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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p KENTUCKYJRISII AMERICAN VOLUME VIINO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Central Committee Favors Dis ability Fund For Poor Members V Articles of Incorporation to Be Considered at the Next Meeting 0 Prizes to Be Offered Branches Showing the Largest Growth ELECTION OF OFFICERS IN JANUARY For several months past the question of creating a disability fund for the bene fit of sick and disabled members has been agitating the Catholic Knights of the Pails Cities The Catholic Knights of America is today recognized as the strongest fraternal insurance order in the United States having a specialreserve fund that ere long will aggregate 1000 000 While still a young organizationits success of late yeArS has been phenome nal A few years ago some of the lead ing spirits in the order in this city among them such well known men as Michael Reichert now State President Edmund Rapp the banker Will T Mcehan Harry Veeneman Newton G Rogers Joe T McGinn John J Score and Henry Feldhaus conceived the idea of organizing a Central Committee com posed of delegates from the various local brancbes This Central Committee was a success from the start and has been of valuable assistances to the Louisville branches as well as the order throughout the State For a time the committee met first with one branch and then another but this proved to be inconveni ent to the delegates and therefore it was decided to meet regularly at some central point Through the kindness of Rev Father Westerman St Marys Hall on Eighth street was secured for this pur pose since when the branches of Jefler sonville and New Albany have become affiliated with the Central Committee The regular monthly meeting last Friday night was largely attended every branchlvin the city being represented when President Veeneman assumed the chair Attorney Newton G Rogers sub witted articles of incorporation for the Central Committee under the laws of Kentucky which were discussed and then referred to the executive officers who will doubtless recommend the incorporation of the body before the first of the year An invitation was read from President Friel to the committee to be represented at the National Federation of Catholic Societies at Cincinnati next month but as Louisville will be represented through the Catholic Union no action was taken thereon Newton G Rogers invited the delegates and through them the memo bers of their branches to the next meet ingof the Catholic Union to be held shortly after the Cincinnati convention- An important change was made in the rules of order Henceforth the regular order of business must be gone through before anything of a social nature or addresses will be allowed This was done that those delegates who come long distances may have a part in all the busi ness of the meetings and not be detained until a late hour State President Reichert submitted a series of resolutions providing for the offering of prizes in gold to those branches showing the largest percentage of gain in membership during the year to be awarded at the next State conven tion It was urged that this measure would be an incentive to all branches to enter the contest which would result in great good to the order The resolutions were generally discussed after which they were referred to a special committee composed of Messrs Reichert Smith Score Meeban and Murphy who will submit rules for adoption at the meeting the first Friday in December Supreme Trustee W C Smith an nounced the death of Supreme Trustee Kelly at Kansas City and upon his motion the officers were instructed to draft appropriate resolutions and forward them to the Supreme officers and the family of the deceased Trustee Smiths enlogy of his late colleague was a neat bit of oratory and showed his deep sense of regret over the loss the order had sus tainedThe proposal to create a disability fund for the benefit of sick and disabled mem bers was advocated by nearly every dele gate present The spirit exhibited to protect those who have contributed for years to the support of the order if over taken by adversity is indeed commend able and will redound with honor to the Central Committee Upon motion this matter was referred to a committee com posed of one member from each branch in Louisville New Albany and Jefferson vide who are expected to formulate rules for the maintenance and disburse ment of this fund President Vseneman announced that the annual election of officers of the Central Committee would take place in January Thee branches were urged to again select good men for delegates when the branches eject next month Supreme Trusteet Smith stated that a r pedal meeting of the Supreme officers M to be held ia St Lonis and called V J If a- R u upon the members to make known any business they wanted attended to after which he was instructed as to the wishes of the committee upon several matters that will come before the Supreme board for action In response to numerous calls Jonathan Thickstuu delivered a pointed address on the welfare of the order showing that he is a close observer of the actions of the officers and the course being pursued in other States throughout the Union State President Reichert also made some timely remarks before the adjournment of the very interesting meeting ROYAL GOOD TIME Division 4 Celebrates the Ad mission of New- Members Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians gave another of its famous social sessions Wednesday night in cele bration of the admission of another large class of new members upon whom the degrees will be conferred next month President Hennessy presided in his usual quiet but happy manner There was a great outburst of applause when Vice President Tom Lynch appeared with several applications it being the first meeting at which he has beenpresent since his threatening illness Tom Lynch has done more work for the order than almost any other man in Jefferson county and the expressions of joy at his recovery from an illness that threatened his life were hearty and sincere Messrs Harry Smith and Matt Wrenn were elected members and applications were received from John Hehir John Purtell Thomas Deany and James Mitch ell The Visiting Committee repotted Edward OHearn and John Martin still on the sick list The latter is in Minne sota and is improving slowly There were a number of visitors pres ent among them President Gleason Secretary Devitt and John Kennedy of the Jeffersonville division who came to invite the degree team and the members of the order to their dance next Thurs day night and the initiation next month County President Keenan President John Cavanaugb President Tom Dolan andI other well known Hibernians were alsoI there and extended invitations to the members of Division 4 to be with them at the meetings of their respective divis ions Secretary Johu tiillespie came all the way from CBannous to invite Joe Mc Ginn and thejnembers to a nutting party tomorrow All the invitations were aCt cepted and the members will be missed a number at nights from their firesides during the next month When the regu lar order of business had been completed President Hennessy John Grogan Dave Reilly and Tom Langan requested all toI remain and partake of the hospitality ofI the Limerick men After partaking of a bounteous lunch eon that was not altogether dry and cigars were passed around Joe McGinn Introduced Thomas Weaver the famous colored balladist and Prof Steve Palmer who was at one time organist of StI Augustines church who renderedvocal and piano solos so well that they had to respond to numerous encoresIThe surprise of the evening was the dancing of young Maurice Healy He isI the most graceful and artistic jig dancer that has been seen here for years and henceforth there will be a great demand for his services at Hibernian socials and entertainments He has been in thisI country only a short time and his dancI ing is thoroughly Irish John Kennedys rendition of HowI Casey Paid the Rent was the hit of theI evening and none would leave till Dave Reilly sang his great Irish Jubilee The evenings entertainment was brought to a close at 11 oclock and all departed for home well pleased with the treatment received eGOOD MOTHERS One wonders why there are so many wayward youths when there are so many good mothers As the father is seldom or ever mentioned in this respect it must be that the quality of goodness is nearly all on the mothers side The logical conclusion is that good mothers should raise good boys And good mothers as a rule do But what is a good mother She is the one who forgives a fault but punishes it as it deserves She is good since she has the courage to say no and sticks by it when necessary She is the good mother whose home Js her attraction and not the one found ever lastingly gadding here and there Ex travagance and the folly of fashion are strange to her She is temperate that is a strict prohibitionist in avoiding all things that are wrong and is moderate in the use of things allowable Her re ligion is no lip service but is genuine from the heart Where good hays are rare the good mothers are likewise MACKIN EUCHRE AND DANCE The euchre and dance to be given by Mackin Council at Schreibers Hall Twentysixth and Bank streets next Friday night should be largely attended Every arrangement has been made for the entertainment of the friends of this progressive organization A large num ber of handsome prizes have been procured for distribution at the afternoon games at the clubhouse and at night before the daaee The Young Ladies Auxiliary will sestet in receiving the guests rfend the affair promises to be the great social event of the eekillthe Wesf Ba1 FATHERF ALBERT Roaches St Andrews Island the Scone of His Future Labors Long and Perilous Voyage From Fever StrlckonPort Limon Celebrated the First Mass Ever Witnessed by Disheart ened Sailors SUBSISTED ON MILK OF COCOANUT Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American ST ANDRBWS ISIAND COUJMBIA SOUTH AMERICA Oct 20In my last communication I informed your readers when I arrived at Port Limon in Costa Rica August 20 that I was to my great consternation told that the yellow fever was raging in that port and that I need not expect to get out of the land before at least a month as no vessel was allowed to take any passengers away Then upon the advice of the Catholic pastors of Limon I went to San Jose 4000 feet high in the mountains where I was the guest of the Lazarist fathers who have charge of the seminary I remained with them till the latter part of September when I returned to Limon having heard that a small sailing vessel was in port from St Andrews Island the place of my destina tionYellow fever was still in the town and in the absence of the pastor I gave ex treme unction to a senorita that had been stricken by it As she was already unconscious when I reached her that was all I could do beside giving her condi tional absolution This was at 0 oclock in the morning At 4 oclock the same day inquired about her and was told that she was already buried On October 1 I left Limon on the small sailing boat mentioned above the author ities having granted the necessary bill of health as a special favor The boat was about thirty feet long and fourteen wide The Captain and crew consisting of five men were natives of Providence Island which is also under inn jui dktioii They are Creolesra mixture of Indian and negro The boat was an old dirty thing with but one cabin to accommo date the five men who slept on rough boards without pillow or covering and the smell was sickening The firstnight I heard rats below me and before long one ran over me I slept on the same board with one of the crew and when I kicked him in his side and asked him what this was he said Nothing only rats I immediately got up and went on deck where I remained during the whole trip unless forced into the rathole by the burning sun or the rain The distence from Limon to St An drews Island is about 170 miles and with favorable weather is made in about three or at most four days When we left on October 1 there was very little breeze and things went very slow The same on the next two days Then the wind blew from the north and drove us southward and on Sunday morning October 6 we found ourselves near Porto Bello below Colon about 300 miles out of our way I never inquired when going on the boat about the food a passenger woul get but on the evening of the first day found out that the crew had nothing but dirty stinking pork the look of which alone made me sick No bread uo crackers even no rice nor any lentils nothing but pork and half rotteu bat nanas which they cooked in a dirty black kettle on deck To make a long story short I partook of no solid food whatever during the whole trip of four teen days All I had was the milk of the cocdanut =its flesh my weak stomach would not digest On October 6 we were driven eastward without having been able to stop at Porto Bello land and buy provisions The next night a dreadful thunderstorm broke loose over us the like of which I had never witnessed be fore All the heavens seemed to be on fire and the thunder sounded appallingly strange as if a dozen guns of a battleship were shot off at a time I went down into the cabin and got the relic of St Anthony which years ago was venerated by the thousands that attended the Tues day services at St Augustines colored church in your city I held it in my hands and coming back on deck made several times the sign of the cross with it over the clouds saying the words of St Anthonys responsory Cedant mare the sea obeys and in less than ten minutes all was over The following days we again had con trary winds and when on October 9 we found that we were drifting farther and farther away from St Andrews and the pork became less every day the faces of the crew as well as Captainbegan to look downhearted and sad I cheered them up though my poor stomach was only hanging on a thread and said Boys come around me and 1 will teach you something about Christianity and its vir tues They listened to me and rfound gut that two of them were Baptists the rest pa anTher seemed to take quite aniinterest in what Itold them about the Catholic church I taught themm one verse of the hymn Hall Virgin of Virgins and in lleas than ten minutes they knew u fi1 c the words and the air arid sang it everyday afterward till we landed When on Saturday October had con threatenedtrary winds that to drive us back again to Limon 1 resolved toi risk it andcelebrate mass on following morning ifthe shak ing of the boat would allow it At 630 in the morning before the rising of the sun I fixed up a t mporary altar on the top of the cabin all found there was perfect wind still Iealled the crew together to attend mass the first time in their life I first explained to them what the mass is and what the rinsipal cere monies mean s When mass was over one of the crew climbed up the mast s ying for St Andrews Island Having reached the top and looking west like Columbus he cried at the top of his laud St Andrews He voiceIILtnd The others shouted jumped around on deck I called hem together again and made hymn over once more in thanksgiving It was a strange incident that this happened on October 13 the day wheni olumbus dis covered America We were about thirty miles from the island and as again a perfect calm and wind cattle over the sea we did not reach the lad till Monday noon October 14 making from Limon two weeks long instead of four days From the innermost recesses of my heart I said Deo Gratis thanks be to God to Mary the Blessed Virgin Star of the Sea and to the powerful intercessor of the sea grejand In my next give a description of the island and its people RRV ALBERT STROEBBIE GENERAL COUNCIL t Organized Tuesday Night and v Elects D F MJJrphy Assessor Not for some years has the City Hall presented such a lively scene as was wit nessed there Tuesday night when the newlyelected Aldermen aqd Councilmen were inducted into office Both chambers were thronged with admiring friends of the city fathers who are the most repre sentative body of men that lever sat there The desks were covered with beautiful floral designs and each member received a warm greeting upon taking his seat Both boards got down jo work imme diately after the electionof officers Harry Weissinger was the unanimous choice for President ofttje Board of Aldermen and David Parktiiil was elected clerfcrUptoinV4 l fro ejected President of the Board of Councilmen and Charles C Martin clerk After appropriate addresses a short congratulatory message wasread from Mayor Weaver The only business transacted was the holding of a joint session for the election of a City Assessor In a graceful speech Alderman Gilbert presented the name fI Dan F Murphy who for years has filled the office with signal ability and to the satisfaction of every taxpayer in Louisville and his unanimous election fol lowedCouncilman Blitz offered an ordinance restoring the salaries of certain city em ployes which were cut down by the late Republican Council This ordinance meets with universal approval as a great injustice had been done the employes affected and its adoption seems certain Both boards then adjourned till Wednes day night when the salary ordinance passed and was sent to the Board of Al dermenURGENT APPEAL- IrishAmerican Society Will Take Final Action on Absentees There are enrolled upon the books of the IrishAmerican Society the names of several hundred well known citizens who have been neglectful of their duties for some months past Upon motion the Secretary was instructed at the last meet ing to send a circular to such sand members notifying them oT such fact also that unless they attend this meeting their names will be dropped from the rolls This is a splendid organization for IrishAmericans and if the members would cooperate it can be made power ful for good There are many who would be benefited by membership therein As matters now stand the Officers feel disin clined to assume all the responsibility and perform the work while the bene ficiaries absent themselves from the meetings This warning should be heeded and Hibernian Hall filled next Thursday night DINNER FOR FRIENDS The handsome imported dinner set of one hundred pieces offered as a prize at the late orphans bazar was won by Mrs Patrick Needham 1447 High street wife of the popular Assistant Manager of the Western and Southern Insurance Com pany The set will be used for the first time Thanksgiving day when Mr Need ham and his charming wife will entertain a large number of fends at dinner EARNEST WO KER Among the most earn t and successful workers for Ute late orp ans bazar was Mrs Nellie Walker wi hthe Trumbo Company through whose efforts alone the Iitfe8i1mof UOwBsreallzed Though opposed by mi ay young lady competitors Mrs Walker distanced them all and her good work flewvea special mice Ii 7- f R RARE TREAT I For the Hibernians of Louis ville Jofforsonville andI New Albany Hon Matt ODohorty to Speak on His Trip Through Ireland- Enthusiastic Response to Secretary Tynans Special Circular f BEGINNING OF ACTIVE CAMPAIGN The circular issued last week by Secre tary Mike Tynan stirred up the members of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians to a degree never before known even to the oldest members Tuesday night there appeared at Hibernian Hall men who had not attended a meeting for months perhaps years and when Presi dent Dolan opened the proceedings nearly every chair was occupied The meeting was interesting from the opening to the closing and judging from the spirit man ifested the time for the longlookedfor revival of interest has indeed arrived Among those whose presence was especi ally noted was ex State President Martin Cusick John J Keane John Barry Dave OConnell Tim Sullivan and Pat Liston Only one application for membership was received that of Pat Mulkern who will soon be initiated with a number of others recently elected The Visiting Committee made its report and benefits were allowed and all bills ordered paid The ruling that members shall be entitled to no benefits for sickness occurring while they were in arrears for dues was reaffirmed Quite a debate occurred on the subject of initiation fees but a mo tion to refer the matter to the County Board was lost and no further action was takenWhen the Entertainment Committee made its report there ensued a round of I applause that could be heard at Mike Carrolls on Seventh street The gentle men of the committee announced that Hon Matt ODoherty who spent three months abroad this fall had consented to deliver an address to bisbrother Hiber nians on his trip through Ireland on Tuesday evening November 20 at Hiber nian Hall This will be a literary and intellectnal treat that will attract all who can gain admittance to the hall Upon motion the Secretary was instructed to have printed 1000 invitations for the occasion that one might be specially mailed to each member in Louisville NewAlbany and Jeffersonville A formal invitation is also extended through these columnsThe and charity of the Hi bernians was given another practical illustration The officers of the four local divisions have been wailing for the County Board to take the initiative in furnishing a room for the new St An thonys Hospital when each would be ready to contribute its share to the worthy object However it became known that the rooms therein were being assigned individuals and organizations and in order that the Hibernians might se cure one creditable to their grand old order it was unanimously resolved to in struct Messrs Tom Keenan and John Mulloy to see the Franciscan Sisters and guarantee the furnishing of a room to be chosen by them This action was unani mously concurred in by Division 4 on Wednesday night and Derision 2 on Thursday Division 3 will doubtless take action at its next business meeting which will be held on the first Monday in De cember The room has been since selected It is pleasantly located on the second floor and commands a fine view of the city For some unknown reason there ap pears to be a lack of interest in the Gaelic chair in Washington University endowed by the Ancient Order of Hibernians at a cost of 52000 which was paid in some years ago It seems that Dr Henebry the noted Gaelic scholar has been dropped from the faculty and therefore the County Board were requested to communicate with the National Board and enter a protest against the displace tint of Dr Henebry or any use of the funds for any other purpose than that of propagating the Gaelic llanguage- An invitation to attend the social session of Division 3 Monday night was received and accepted The announce ment of the illness of James Cooney and Thomas Carroll was received with regret and the Visiting Committee and members were instructed to visit them Before the close of the meeting James Furey enlivened the proceedings with two well sung Irish songs and Secretary Pete Cusck was full of enthusiasm his receipts approaching nearly J100 The success of the meeting was most gratify ing and it is the earnest wish of the officers that members attend at least one meeting each month Such action would do much toward the upbuilding of the only Irish Catholic organization in exist ence SAVING AND SUCCESS 1 have often been asked to define the true secret of success It ii thrift mall its phases and principally thrift asap plied to saving A young man may have many friends but he vwlll find pone JK I U 4rv steadfast so constant so ready to respond I to his wants so capable of pushing him ahead as a little leathercovered book with the name of a bank on its cover Saving is the first great principle of all success It creates independence ft gives a young man standing it fills him with vigor it stimulates hint with the proper energy in fact it brings to him the best part of any successhappiness and con tentment If it were possible to inject the quality of saving into every boy we would have a great many more real men Success depends also on character to carry it through lifeSir Thomas Lipton in Success JEFFERSONVILLE Hibernian Ball and Initiation Are Arousing Much Interest Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefiersonville which em braces Injts membership many of the leading and most influential men of our sister city announces its fourteenth I annual ball for next Thursday night atII Speiths Opera House The management I of this affair which is the most popular I social event of the year has been placed J in the hands of well known and energetic I men who have completed all the anyIthingI Falls Cities The sale of tickets has been gratifying and Messrs Louis Con stantine Con ONeill Frank Lynch Dan McCarty and John Devitt are elated over the prospects They will pay spe cial attention to visitors from ths city and New Albany whom they expect to see present in large numbers President Robert Gleason Secretary John Devitt and John Kennedy com prised a special committee that visited this city Wednesday evening and requested County President Keenan and the degree teams to meet with Division 1 in Jeffersonville on Tuesday night December 3 for the purpose of exempli fying the new ritual and conferring the degrees on a number of new members President Keenan assurred the commit tee of the assistance of the Louisville I divisions and the degree teams will specially prepared for the occasion beII President Gleason and the Literary I and Entertainment Committees tender invlta1tionI brethren to be present in force both nights John Kennedy says a warm I time will be arranged for all who attend 1 the initiation Much local interest is felt j in both events CITY HALL Inauguration of Mayor Grain ger Will Take Place Tuesday The iuauguratsou of Mayorelect Charles F Grainger wilt take place in the Council ctramberat 12 oclock noon next Tuesday and it is certain there will be a large attendance of citizens to witness the ceremonies Thursday Mayor Grain ger and a party of friends left on a hunt ing trip of a few days and it may be that he will arrive home tonight Judge Emmet Fieldof the Common Pleas Court will administer the oath of office to the new Chief Executive who will then assume control of the local govern ment under most favorable circumstances and with the respect and confidence of the entire community There has been much speculation and many rumors concerning proposed changes in the different departments but it is the opinion of those who are close to the Mayor that the number will be few The heads of departments under the Boards of Works and Safety will not be appointed until next month as the members of the new boards do not as sume their duties until December YOUNG LIFE ENDED Unexpected Death of Henry Duane Causes Sincere Sorrow A funeral of unusual sadness took place Tuesday morning at St Philip Neris church that of Henry Duane one of the most highly esteemed young mep in Louisville His illness was of but a few days duration dud the news of his death was an unexpected shock to W host of friends in all parts of the city Mr Duane was the IOn of Daniel and Mary Duane 2108 Floyd street and was in the prime of young manhood For some years he had been a trustedem ploye of the Louisville Nashville rail road at Second and Main street and his loss is keenly felt by his former associ ates Father Ackerman read the burial service and celebrated the requiem mass for the repose of his soul To the parents who have been bereft ofa loving and dutiful son the sympathy of the entire community is extended They have the consolation of knowing that the memory of their son is that of a sincere upright and practical Catholic who will be long remembered for his many virtues and kindnesses REMOVAL Attorney John R Doughau has re moved his office to 451 West Jefferson Street where be will be pleased to have tilt friends call upon Ms c r r 0a0 ARE THEY MAD Frenzied Brutality Displayed by Dublin Castle AuthorlI ties at Kilmninc Never Before Was There a More Outrageous Breach of the Law Peaceful and Orderly Men Women and Children Assaulted THE CLIMAX HAS BEEN REACHED Are the rulers of Ireland gone mad Is Dublin Castle converted into a lunatic asylum These are questions that can not be lightly answered in the negative by anyone who reads the report of their proceedings in Mayo At Ballagbade reen amongst his constituents John Dillon delivered a powerful speech in which he vigorously denounced land grabbing and clearly defined the relations between the tenants and the Congested Districts Board and the necessity of a firm attitude on the part of the tenants To all this no exception whatever was taken Dillons language was open and frank in denunciation of landgrabbing yet the police did not venture to touch a hair ofjhis head In another part of the same county of Mayo another scene of quiet a different character was witnessed says the editor of the Dublin Freemans Journal in speaking of the treatment accorded the United Irish League At Kilmaine the conduct of the Castle authorities and their underlings dis tinctly indicated that the authorities have lost their heads The wild absurd ities displayed combined with the reck less and wanton savagery are incon sistent with any same theory of administration Two police DistrictInspectors Messrs Carbery and Lowndes their names deserve publicity were the officers concerned They were backed up by a force of 150 police Never even in Ireland was there a morebrutal breach of the law by its professed guardians They acted without a scrap or shred of legal authority The meeting was not proclaimed TheDIstrfctInspeeturs Ifr reply to the questions of William Rtd mond who appears to have acted all through with splendid courage and presence of mind refused to give any hint of the authority on which they acted As if deliberately to mark the absurdity of their own proceedings they allowed Redmond the fullest liberty to address the meeting a liberty of which he availed himself with absolute fearlessness dealing with every topic that the police declared dangerous But when Mr ODouncll MP the member for the division desired in turn to address his constituents he was instantly warned by the DistrictInspectors present that he would not be allowed to utter a single word So extraordinary so unwarrant able a distinction had never before been attempted by the Castle But Mr CDonnell MP and Peter Regan who was his companion on the platform were r e speedily made to understand that the police were prepared to enforce their absurd and insulting mandate with the most desperate violence Not the would be speakers alone but the whole peace ful and orderly crowd were assaultedand beaten with sickening and indiscriminate violence Old men and women andr spectutors Harmless and passive were batoned with indescribable severity We trust that those injured in this savage assault will test in a civil court the right of the police to baton nigh to deaths door unprovok ing peasants whose sole crime it was to attend a legal and unproclaimed meeting There is strong protest in some Eng proclamationhere is military violence without any proclamation at all without the shadow or pretext of provocation or excuse Wyndham can not by the utterances of certain plausible platitudes escape re justicefree manity He must either rebuke and dismiss the officers responsible or accept the responsibility for their savagery as his own One of the growing horrorsofII government in Ireland is the utter demoralization of the police No one believes that Sergeant Sheridan whose heinous crimes were visited by no punish ment was a unique specimen in the Irish Constabulary though no doubt skill in secret cattle mutilation and open perjury are not the general practice in tie force But all can join and nil do join with zealous gusto in the violent attack on harmless and unarmed men women and children At all Nationalist meetings they stand straining at the leash only waiting a word or a nod from their J era to break in with violence upon people The proceedings Were thee I- max There was nothing to equal this in the days of Balfour If such proceedings are encouraged by the Castle and sub milted to by the people there is an et all pretence of constitutional govern in Ireland r altootlngtarsdaring loQ1I 4 tgreldcei NTi KETU6KY IRISH FIMERL6fiNO11III- IIIInMMM Devoted to the Moral and Social Advaacetsent of all IrishlAmorIca- iiWILLLA1U Pal HIGGINS Publisher COPYt1BSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR sc nntorod et the Loataville Postottlco as SecondClass Mattor ddtersatl Comwaslcationstolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMBRICAN3Z6 West Orcen Street TADS C- It rYII LE LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1901 CAPT SULLIVANS SUCCESSOR Capt William Sullivan has served the people of Louisville faithfully and well as Chief of Detectives There nre said to be influences at p work to give him a better place under the incoming administration This better place would probably be not so much for his benefit as fbr the benefit of others The name of ex Detective James Gorley has been mentioned in connection with the succession to the position of Chief and the unparalleled effront- eryN and nerve of those responsible therefor amazes the good and law s abiding citizens Gorleys record in the Polio Department is one which should debar him from any position on the force and even the dullest mind must admit he is not a fit man fort e place Mayor Grainger should at once sit down on the influences which are being brought to bear in favor of Gorley No Board of Safety could withstand the criticism of his promotion even if he is rec ommended by the leading criminal lawyers of this city and a couple of exlottery kings The best thing the new adminis tration can do is to allow Capt Sul livan to stay where he is A storm would be raised over Gorleys ap pointment which would cause trouble for all who brought it about Gorley should be satisfied with the place he is in If any change is to be made the better one would be to Rsmisathe notorious Jim from the citys service altogether GOOD LITERATURE There is an old saying Show me the company he keeps and I will tell you what sort of a man he is That could well be applied to the reading found in the home The favorite books of any person show as surely the trend of his mind as his actions doaye even more so for often one is guarded in his movements and his speech but in his reading he selects what pleases him- Parents as a rule are not as particular in the case of their children as they should be Half of s the time they do not know or are very indifferent as to the character of the book or paper in the hands of their boys and girls It were decidedly better that children of a tender age be entirely kept from the daily newspapers Even the cleanest of them are filled with de tails of the crimes of murder theft and others innumerable that children should not know of There should in every household be a good bright and clean weekly paper whose visits will be looked forward to by young and old This for a starter Then there are so many good instructive at the same time entertaining and fascinating books for every one from the A B C books up to the one suited to grandpa The range of choice is exceedingly wide and if a little care is taken in the selection no mistake will be made It is exceedingly hard to interest the child of tender years in history or biography written in the fashion intended for use in the schools But to supplement these works with a story of that time drawn by a ikillful hand is to interest the jSungster and it retains a better and cleaner idea off what it is study lag It is also undoubtedly true tIjat many a boy or girl has gained first Idea of crime from a paper i And often sin is painted tractive colors that tine borror pf it There important to- hapd I I There are so many clean sweet and attractive books and periodicals that a choice is harder to make from the fact of superfluity than of scarcity Most boys delight in books of travel while girls care for fairytales and stories of true life Even among the books for per sons of mature age there are many books to be avoided like a pestilence many more that while not absolutely vicious and harmful are in a certain sense fraught with danI ger and leave a decidedly bad taste But here the same rule holds good as with the juvenile literature even in more abundance So let the heads of each family supply good papers and clean reading for every member ZEALOUS OFFICIALS- In Indiana as in other States there it a stringent law against lot teries Like similar laws in some other States it has not been en forced everywhere especially in Jeffersonville where lotteries are known to hold drawings and have runners who take money and plays from patrons But the police authorities in our former Gretna Green do not seem to be any more aware of these flagrant and persist ent violations of the antilottery law than they used to be of the scandalous abuse of the laws of marriage There have been ar rests but no one has been punished and the lotteries still flourish in de fiance of the law The Jefferson ville police authorities are in bliss ful ignorance of such a thing as a lottery being conducted in their city though the runners make their living at the business and are pretty well known and very perti nent hints as to the managers have appeared in the newspapers But the Jeffersonville Police Commissioners woke up suddenly They scented a lottery and must take prompt action to prevent a violation of law and they lost no time in locating the intended lot tery ferreting out its promoters and serving official warning upon them to desist in their criminal purpose The ladies of St Augus tines Catholic church were arranging for a bazar soliciting con tributions and also chan es on arti cles to be rattled as is usual in such affairs Ah I the Police Com missioners would take a chance to show the public that the antilot tery Ijiw would be enforced and they did The ladies were notified that the raffling of articles at the bazar would be a violation of the antilottery law and would be sup pressed by the police if atttempted The ladies consulted attorneys and Mayor Rader and proceeded inde fiance of the warning of the Police Commissioners they held the bazar and raffled articles there was no police inteference there have been no arrests Now there you are Messrs Police Commissioners Where are you at The ladies raffled articles in defiance of your orders and the real lottery which the law means to suppress still goes on under noses if not in defiance of your orders Will you bring the case of the ladies before the grand jury to vindicate yourselves by having them IndictedHaving demonstrated that you are so colorblind as to not see a lottery when you bump against it for months and fluidly to mistake- a church bazar for a lottery and well known ladies for lottery runners you ought tp resign step down ndoutthenj perhaps the antiIlottery Uw will be forced ia teffcroviUc Tktre seems little prospect of it while you control thelI policeBRITISH HASTERY ENDED Well the Manchurian treaty be tween Russia and China has been signed sealed and delivered Eng lands objections and intrigues to the contrary notwithstanding There was a time when England would fight on Jar less provoca tion and all nations were rather timid about displeasing her But alasl England is not what she used to be and no nation is afraid of her The conclusion of the Manchurian treaty demonstrates fully Englands lost prestige Up to a few years ago she was master of all trade transportation and communication with China she controlled all Chi nese ports and no other nation could hope for admittance without Englands permission and of this commercial bonanza t he was jealous and ever ready to make a warlike demonstration at the least indica tion of any attempt to invade her Chinese preserves For years other nations have been gradually en croaching but chiefly by diplomatic arrangement on the basis of mutual concessions by which England always got something and her control was recognized But since the ChinaJapan war in which England covertly aided China for which Japan never forgave her and which caused all other nations to give en couragement if not aid to Japan as China lost England lost her pres tige the confidence of China the respect of other nations which backed up Japan in subsequent moves France and Russia in the meantime coming to Chinas relief in her distress with money and counsel From that time English influence trade and progress in China have been on the wane while all others have gained the Boer outbreak merely delaying mat ters though all but England seem to have increased their influence and advantages from its results To those who noted what Eng land contended for in China and protested against in Manchuria the terms of the Manchurian treaty fully reveal her overthrow and hu miliation her loss and disadvantage in the future Under the treaty Russia is to have the exclusive title to all mining and railway privileges in Manchuria all Chinese troops in Manchuria are to be under Russian officers and control Russian troops and garrisons are to remain until peace and good order are restored the ScbanhaikwanNewcbang rail way the concession for which Eng land claimed and by military force sought to obtain but was granted to and is being built by Russia is to be restored to China on condition that it is never used for the convey ance of British troops This is not only a complete re versal of Chinas attitude toward England and a full submission to Russia but absolutely excludes and bars England from Northeast China giving Russia everything posses sion controll of ports railways transportation products trade Rus sia may divide these with other na tions but England is specifically barred and there is no likelihood of Russia violating the treaty to Favor England nor allowing China to do so- With the completion of the TransSiberian railway from St Petersburg to the Pacific coast it will soon be branching out to all desirable ports and stations in Northwest China virtually extend ing Russias control over half the Chinese sea coast and with this railway direct from St Petersburg there can be no question ofRussias ability to maintain her prestige and resent all interference by overwhelming force readily and quickly transported by rail from any and all points of her vast empire The sun of British mastery in the Far East is setting Russia will be the arbiter and while other nations may be accorded falF and needed privileges in commerce and transportation the selfish exclu iveness of British supremacy will be no more except as Russia mayI reverse it and make England theI victim and sufferer British trade With the Nay East has fallen off c 0 y steadily for years principally be cause of American competition and witb a direct railway route from Europe and the additional competi tion it will bring England will have only India After much discussion and de lay bids have been received for changing the Southern London sys tem of railway to electric motive power The first bids are for roadwork and plate laying Six bids five British and one American were received There several sets of specificationsand bids were made on each separately The British bids ranged from 23o932 to I86631 and the American from I83I31 to I63841 the American bids averaging 36 per cent the lowest It will be noticed that the highest American bid is 3400 lower than the lowest British bid and the lowest American bid 2154 lower Unless there are more tech nicalities stirred up the London County Council will have to con tract for improving Londons street railways with American patents and American labor Doubtless the Sultan of Turkey wishes he had promptly settled that little financial transaction with Uncle Sam for Uncle Sams sum mary mode of forcing payment seems to have put an end to the Sultans easy way of staving off his creditors with promises France following Uncle Sams plan has brought the Sultan to time for 10 000000 besides other concessions and Austria made him ante up so small a sum as 1000 Thatother long deferred payments will be pushed is likely and the Sultanst lot will be a hard one as he must either pay or allow his creditors to collect under the American plan The intensity of feeling in Eng land on the South African war iis manifested by the protest against the appointment of the new Bishop of Worcester Because in a recent magazine article he criticised the management of the war and con demned the concentration camps and brutal treatment of prisoners ia demand is made by high church dignitaries and other jingoes for the withdrawal of the appointment England in return for the ces sion of the Island of Cyprus guar anteed to protect the Sultan of Tur key in his Asiatic possessions But when France seized Turkish ports on the Island of Mitylene and the Sultan appealed to England the latter could not see how she was concerned in the matter So the Sultan had to shut up and put up Of course England retains the Island of Cyprus The Kentucky Irish American declines to notice circulars or cor respondence traducing Irishmen of any party when not signed The waste basket is the place for such stuff We have no respect for men who write anonymously as had they confidence or belief in their statements their signatures would accompany all such documents BURIED HIS MOTHER Col J6e Taylor one of ourbest known Hibernians returned last Saturday from Minnesota where he went on the admission of attending the funeral pf his aged and saintly mother She bad led an exemplary life was a devout Catholic and highly esteemed by those who had the good fortune of her acquaintance Her funeral was an imposing one and was attended by people of all denominations who pray that her soul mayrest in peace CHOOSING DUTIES No one can choose his duties He may accept or reject those presented there is no third course He may shut his eyes and try to persuade himself that some things are what la required of him But it will be of no use They will remain duties just the same If they come to him in the order of Gods will his only I hope of peace and true prosperity lies InII manfully performing them He will escape by fleeing the pain or the trouble From which he shrinks That is inevit able to everycue who lives But he may- veryeasily es cape the consolation the high support lue glorious thrill of joy1l which comes only to him who stands manfully in the place allotted him and holds till death the post to which he was Assigned I Fresh ink sjains on carpets or tablecloths can be Removed by repeated applications of dry salt Carpets are fraah enedand colors brightened if wiped with clean do bawru rfrom salt water HUd1thcI I 1 FATHERS BURDENS Does any one care for the father Does any one think of the one Upon whose tired bent shoulders The cares of the family come The father who strives for your comfort And toils from day unto day Although his steps grow slower And his hair is turning gray Does any one think of the duebills Hes called upon to pay Milliner bills grocery bills There are bills of some kind every day- Like a patient horse in a treadmill He works from morning till night Does any one think he is tired Does any one make his home bright Is it right just because he looks troubled To say hes cross as a bear When one loving word from his children Might banish his burden of care Tis for you he is ever so anxious He may toif for you while he may live In return he asks only kindness And such pay is easy to giveWPF essssssseseassessassssssss 1i SOCIETY II- SssessassssssssessscsssssS i Will Bannons friends are glad to see him out again after an Illness of four weeks Miss Mary Rogers an attractive Lexington girl is in the city visiting Mrs James Leech Mrs Mary Cross of New York who has been the guest of Miss Maggie Judge at the Galt House has returned home Mrs James P Donahue arrived this week from Davenport to visit her pa rents Mr and Mrs Charles Hermany Miss Nan Burke one ofJeffersonville- most popular young ladies left Thursday for a visit with friends at Washington Ind Tom Doyle of Maxon Mills spent i week here as the guest of his aunt Mrs James Hickey Thirtyfirst and Portland avenueMrs Margaret Rippetoe has returned- to her home in Terre Haute after a weeks visit with her parents and sister Miss Lucille Ferrall in Jeffersonville Lovell Graves a well known employ of the city pump department is enjoyin a tendays hunting trip in Mario county amid the scenes of his boyhood days Miss Marion Tracy reached the city Wednesday from Oswego to visit Mis Margaret Weissinger Miss Tracy will be the recipient of much social attention while here Mrs Ada Lynch and daughter Miss Georgia of New Albany have gone to San Francisco where they will make their future home with William Lynch who has been in California for some tim past The young people of the West End regret the continued illness of Messrs Jack Roidy and Dan and Will Schreiber who are greatly missed at all the social gatherings They are reported improv ing however A happy social feature of the week was the luncheon given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs Robert Bell in honor of Miss Lucy Kearney of New York The house and table were handsomely decorated and the large number of guests were de lighted with their cordial reception An interesting announcement from Washington is that Miss Hildegarde Mc Kenna youngest daughter of Associate Justice and Mrs McKenna and one of the handsomest of the debutantes of last season In the national capital will come next month to spend two months with Louisville friends An interesting wedding was solemnized Thursday morning at Holy Trinity church in New Albany the contracting parties being Miss Rose Zeller and Harry Welsh both popular young people The ceremony was performed by Rev Father Kenny and was witnessed by large num ben of friends of the happy young couple Miss Blanche Brodie one of the pretti est girls in the city was married Tuesday afternoon to Will Colgan the ceremony being performed at the Cathedral rectory Only immediate friends were present The happy couple are now on their honeymoon trip and on their return in about ten days they will be at home at 1118 West Ormsby avenue This was one lof the happiest of the weeks many weddings One of the loveliest of the November weddings will be that of Miss Mary E Stanton and Will Noone with the Louisville Tin Company The ceremony will be performed at 4 oclock on Wednesday afternoon November 27 with Rev father Kelleher as the officiating priest The brideelect is a cousin of Martin Joyce Eleventh and Main and is of a rare type of Irish beauty Immediately after the ceremony the couple will repair- to their new home at Nineteenth and Portland avenue where they will be tendered a great reception by their numerous friends The dance to be given by the Zenda lancing Club at the New Athletic Club next Friday evening November 22 promises to be a most delightful affair The memberS have spared neither time nor expense in making arrangements that tend to show that those who attend will spend a very pleasant evening The musical progr mme has been arranged with special care it consisting of all the latest hits of the season The Zenda Dancing Club members are John J Barry Daniel J Hartnett John J Grogan M J Hartnett Joseph S Meixsel Mal J ihaughnewy Walter Adams John Pen dergast and John P McGuire Surrounded byan ideal charm of a SNEW LOT OF THE FAMOUS I I Sweet Orr Co I I IIc I 12t tIIgoods iLEVYSTIDRDi STATIONERS The Bradley Gilbert Go PRINTERSIYCOarORdTEp Blank Book Paper Box Manufacturers BINDERSRepratentsllresoftheHammond Typewriter lor Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etclor ill Machines BOOKSELLERS Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY gracefel simplicity will be the wedding of Miss Bridgie Madden and Michael Wolfwhich will be solemnized at the Dominican church next Wednesday Miss Madden has for years made her home with Mrs James Wolf Eight and Oldham streets and her lovable disposi tion and pleasing manner have won for her many admirers The groomelect is a brother of James Wolf the well known popularsyoung men in the employ of the Louisville Nashville railroad The couple will be attended by Messrs John Grogan and Mal Shaughnessy and after the tenderedaa reception at their new home on Zane street where they will at once go to housekeeping The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council have issued a large number of invitations to their friends and patrons to attend their reception and dance at Fountain Perry Park next Tuesday night and all indications point toa great social success and evening of real enjoyment The reception committee will be chaperoned by President and Mrs John J Sullivan and comprises the following well known ladies Mrs LilliesAckerman Josephine Hoertz Anna McElliott Fannie Riley Alice Ellard Mayrae fiber Rose Gathof Louise Stark Clara Smith Mayme Burke Nettie Holtman and Anna Marraman They will be assisted in receiving their guests by Messrs Tom Garvey Robert Goebel Joe Piazza Andy Rufer Edward Sieverteand Dr Philip Beut- elTHEATRICALS Surrounded by fiftyfive clever come dians and pretty girls Ward and Vokes will present their new farcial bid for fun The Head Waiters at the Avenue Theater next week with matinees on Monday Tuesday Thursday and Satur day These popular caterers in musical extravaganza have won the confidence of American theatergoers by their complete carryingout of p mises and their orig anal creative ability and methods The Buckingham announces that next weeks attraction for the patrons of that popular playhouse will be Sam Deverea Own Company and the management ought to be congratulated on securing such a sterling attraction as the com pany this year far surpasses anything that Sam Devere has ever brought to this city The company consists of thirty five artists including some of the best novelties from all parts of the world aud- Is a recognized leader among vaudeville and burlesque attractions The Only Sam who is a whole show in himself and a sure cure for the blues will present an entire new budget of songs aud funny sayings The greatest novelty seen here on the vaudeville stage this season will be the turns presented by the seven Colibris Midgets who will fill the entire olio at the Temple Theater next week These little artists are among the highest salaried in vaudeville and Prof Antonio their manager has scored a big success with them One of the midgets the Princess Theresa has been the heroine of a romance with a real French Prince Korala himself a midget the story of which has been widely published This is perhaps the best attraction that will be offered this year and should attract crowded houses Their performance will interest young and old and will make next week a gala one for little people The Meffert Stock Company which is doing exceptionally fine work will pre sent Article 47 in which Clara Morris achieved her great success The patrons of the Temple will welcome the return of Frederick Bock who will hereafter have charge of the company and will next week himself play one of the leading roles The costumes and stage setting will be the equal of any ever witnessed upon any stage here Those who would spend a pleasant and profitable afternoon or evening will find no more desirable place than the Templejj SELECT DANCE A new candidate for social favor has arisen in the Quintet Dancing Club com posed of well known young men of this city Invitations have been issued for their second select dance at Fountain Perrr Park next Wednesday night andJ Messrs George Rautenbush Gus Jung 1 bluth Ed Raufenbush Leo Schiadlcr i and Charles El via who have the affair in II evenItInlj U- G 01 TEMPLE THEATER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY IN Article 47Clara Morris Great Success OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS stageSpecialMidgets the highest salaried artists in America Little folks should see them Matinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular Prices lOc 16c 25c 35c and OOc BUCKINGHAMWEEK Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Satnrday SAM DEVERES OWN COMPANY- OF 35STAR ARTISTS35T- he newest songs and sayings The seasons most laughable absurdity The Cloak Models This show makes go- odI6SSOllSOllhalOl- BY Miss Julia Kelly 1731 PORTLAND AVE Terms reasonable to young pupils who join classes now Up Stairs Over Enirllih Woolen mils Store One Door Wet ol tbe Big 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 Ae BRORING 0e 0eSt PROPRIETOR The Acknowledged Standard of Exycellence Quick Meal Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks for itself and one sells 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Passenger and Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assistant General Passenger and in Ticket Agent SJ thefts General Agent Louisville Ky IllinoiS Goiltral BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville lMemphis A- NDNew Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by pos Cafe Diners Buffet Ibrary Gars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagCincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Spring- sExauraion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or 7 Louisville without change and at low rates any21llinoiW J McBRIDE City AgentlA H Hanson ClrieagoWm AGP A Loalpvdllc l oJIat vi r put OB a cloth wilt remove- I1poya1 nt from a window Thevin+ rt be iery hot r t- Ti IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At a public meeting held in Limerick it was decided to comply with the condi tions imposed by Andrew Carnegie in his offer for the erection of a free library An electric railway from Dublin to Slane via Ashbourne is being promoted It is stated that the length of the line will be twentyeight English miles and the estimated cost 700000 One of the most painful and shocking fatal accidents which happened in Dublin for many years occurred at Bawn Ville Old Bawn near Tallaght resulting in the death of Mrs Edith Barron A lamp which she was carrying accidentally ex ploded setting fire to her clothing She was enveloped in flames before assistance reached her The Most Rev Bishop ODwyer on Sunday performed at Kilmallock the solemn ceremony of blessing the new bell for Kilmallock Catholic church The edifice itself iis one of the finest in County Limerick and speaks well for the devo tion of the present parish priest and his revered predecessor as well as for the openhanded generosity of the parishioners At the last meeting of the Naas Board of Guardians at which there was a very large attendance the election took place of a clerk in succession tq William Far tell who recently resigned Nicholas Synnott presided There was only one application for the position and that was D J Purcell the acting clerk who was unanimously declared elected amidst loud applause- A deputation from the inhabitants of Banagher consisting of Messrs Denis Doorly James Nevin Owen Coghlan T Quirke M Kenny and R H Moore waited upon Rev Thomas OReilly at the parochial house Shannonbridge on Sunday to present him with a purse of sovereigns and a beauifully illuminated address in recognition of services during the past eight years as curate of Banagher- At Monaghan a meeting was held of represetatives of various local authorities- in Ulster to protest against the powers veto exercised by the Local Government Board and resolutions were passed expressing want of confidence in the central authority and urging the forma tion of a new board composed of men with a thorough knowledge of Irish local affairs asserting that the voice and aspirations of the people should not be subjected to a system of suppression and calling on the Government to pass a bill to give effect to the foregoing On Monday evening a serious accident occurred in Derry shipyard to a young man named Charles Duffy eighteen years age and resident in Rossville Derry appears that at the dinner hour the unfortunate young man was coming down a stairway connected with a vessel course of construction when he over balanced and fell a distance of thirty feet He was conveyed to the infirmary where it was ascertained some of his ribs were broken and his chest and head badly injured He lies in a precarious condi tion and very little hope is entertained Of recoveryA robbery was perpetrated in Crake on Friday November 1 An entrance was effected through the sacristy window of St Johns Catholic parish church during the night The candelabra boxes were forced open and a sum of 48 abstracted The burglars must have been professionals as every lock in the upper and lower sacristy presses were forced in a most artistic fashion Some of the presses opened contained vest ments to the value of hundreds of pounds but these were not touched the burglars evidently being bent upon confining their depredations to money alone A shocking burning fatality occurred- on Tuesday in a house in Bishop street Derry While a woman named Lizzie McBride was washing clothes by the fireside her garments caught the blaze The woman in endeavoring to stifle the fire cast herself on a bed near when the tedclothing also ignited with the result that she was burned to death before aid reached her A little boy who saw the flames in the room alarmed the neighbors who found the woman terribly burned and quite dead The deceased is sister of a respectable tradesman in the city with whom great sympathy is felt A shockingffair occurred in Strabane on Thursday Two children named Sarah and Annie McLaughlin while playing in the street opposite the reel dence of their parents were observed to take suddenly ill Sarah the elder child aged seyenyears was the first to become ill and she ran into the house shrieking Immediately afterwards Annie aged five years fell on the street in a fit ofconvul o sand she was carried into the house Dr Trimble was hastily summonedand on his arrival the elder girl was on the point of expiring He wed the stomachs pump but despite hie slants both chip dren died far terrible apart So sudden waatwbole thing lost the father wbr II r was employed in the Great Northern railwuy only arrived after the children hadexpired Dr Trimble is of opinion from the symptoms that death was due to strychnine poisoning On Monday at a special court held at Ballymahon before J M Kilkelly and Col KingHarman a young man named William Browne son of a licensed pub lican in Ballymahon was charged with firing at and wounding Constables Doyle and Muldoon on Sunday week County Inspector McDermott was present and Messrs Ham and Shaw appeared for the accused Dr Kenny stated that Consta ble Doyle who received twentysix grains J of shot was not out of danger After evidence was given by the police who were not crossexamined the prisoner was returned for trial to the winter as sizes for County Longford- A meeting of the principal residents of Tournafulla was covened for the purpose of making a suitable presentation to Rev Father Byrnes who had been until his J recent translation to Dromcolloher the popular and estimable parish priest of the joint parishes of Tournafulla and Mountcollins C B Collins who presided explained the object of the meet ing which was intended to do honor I to their former beloved pastor and he had up doubt the opportunity would be eagerly availed of A subscription list having been opened and officers appointed and a committee formed it was decided to close the list on November 21 A woman named Mary Brennan called at St Vincents Hospital in Dublin and stated that she had taken a spoonful of poison in mistake for medicine Dr Keegan at once applied an emetic but the woman died within an hour It appears that her son Patrick Brennan who lived in the same apartments on Great Brunswick street was absent from home on the night previous to the occurrence and knew nothing of what happened until informed by the police Patrick Brennan is a letter carrier and was en gaged in his business when the unfortun ate occurrence took place He states there was a bottle of liniment labeled poison in the house and it is evident that his mother mistook one for the other and thus met her death There was considerable sensation in the North of Ireland a few days ago when it became known that the supposed heir to the extensive estates of the late J John Staples Alexander D L of Port glenone House Robert Arthur Alexan der of Glenmore Drogheda had been dispossessed as the consequence of the finding of a will the existence of which had not been surmised Alexander had entered upon occupation of the mansion at Portglenone which is beautifully sit uated on the banks of the Bann and was accepted by the servants as the new master He remained for some days and after giving instructions for various improvements to be effected left for London but returned immediately and to the consternation of every one con cerned announced that under the terms of a will of which discovery had been made the estates had passed into the 1 hands of Miss Anna Young of Farm Lodge Ballymena and that he would have to bid the place farewell FASHIONS FOIBLES Velvet blouse or a blouse of dark cloth a shade darkerthanthe cloth will be very fashionable this season Rosettes are immensely popular and trim the newest tea gowns in preference- to bows Even on hats are seen these rosettesBlack velvet ribbon trimming is just as fashionable as it was last season and in deed is used more on cloth and silk gowns than it ever has been The plain shirt waist with slightly full front plaited back and sleeves a trifle fuller than those of last season is the most popular shirt waist this season Toques are larger than during the summer and are worn full over the face All kinds of furs are used from a touch of ermine to the fullfledged hat of sable Irish crochet lace may be most effect ively ued on the dark velvet gowns of the season the pure white variety looking the handsomest against black velvet In black the cuffs are very elegant when made of a new lace which is a combination of lace and mousseline emI iroideried and worn with a black net and lace skirts- Dressmakers and tailors as well sayJJ that they have never made up so many mohair costumes as this season and it is astonishing to see how many different 1 1 styles there are Black velvet is being employed to a considerable extent in fashioning both wraps and gowns Many corduroys areI seep but this material no matter how heavy never seems to produce the right effect intended The band trimmings for skirts haveII widened That means fewer bands of course though in many cases what appears like one wide band may consist of several separate ones Appliques are wonderfully rich and complex Embroidery is the cry of the hour and nothing that can be done in the way of handiwork to beautify coats jackets waists and blouses is neglected All ma terlals are used for these beautiful waists which form such an important part of a coman3 wardrobe The seams in all the mohair gowns or rather most of them are strapped either with mohair silk or newest of all with cloth the exact shade of the material Bright dark blue is the favorite color with white linings and facings or with embroidered batiste revers and collar the batiste in fine baud tucks with applique embroidery most artistically arranged Nuns veiling gowns have been im mensely popular since early in the spring and it might be thought judging from the numbers that have been turned out that every woman in the land had been provided with at least our of these most useful costumes and that the fact of their popularity would rather do away with lheir being so fashionable and yet eyes sow late in the season as it is they are to be found wade jn quite new de signs t tJ- J IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY c A0 IItt DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month t President Thomas J Dolan Vice PresidentNewton G Rogers I Recording SecretaryMike Typan Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording Secretary John J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street t TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Secondand Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month presidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John M Gilles pie Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 616 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Rcilly TreasurerHarry Brady lDIVISION 1 JEPPERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaua Hall County President Villiam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President B A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall Firstand Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice President Thos W Tarpey Second Vice PresidentWm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantJohn Kenney SentinelTimothy Lyo- nsDISSENSION In the State Federation of Labor Convention at Lexington Caused by Remarks of W C P Brccktiiridfio in His Address Action of Federation I Causes Withdrawal of the Prin ters Union Ii tf WANTED TO LEAVE THE CITY The annual convention of the Kentucky State Federation of Labor met at Lexington Tuesday the sessions being presided over by President McGill of this city The credentials showed a larger number of organizations represented than at any former convention and it was expected the deliberations of this representative body would be fruitful of goodresults The citizens of Lexington had assisted the Typographical Union in making arrangements for the reception and entertainment of the delegates but a row started Tuesday evening that assumed proportions that threatened to disrupt the convention 1 Col W C P Breckinridge had been selected to deliver the address of wel come and in doing so he gave utterance to opinions that grated harshly on the ears of the delegates and immediately there was a tempest in a teapot over a matter that had better been treated with silent contempt While Breckinridge was speaking several delegates left the hall and on Wednesday morning a futile effort was made to move the convention to another cIty Resolutions Were adopted condemning Breckinridge for what was considered a gratuitous insult to organized labor and F C Learning President of the Bluegrass Typographical Union and Chairman of the local arrange ments committee was expelled for baying invited Col Breckinridge to officiate hough this must have been known to the officers before the convention as I sembled This action which wasstrenu I usly opposed byI Delegate James OBrien of Lexington and others on the grounds that Chairman Learning had 10 knowledge of what Breckinridge would say caused much indignation and it a meeting of the Bluegrass Union on Wednesday night it withdrew from the State Federation The only business transacted by the onvention up to Thutsday morning was the reading of the annual report of Presl lent McGill which enumerated the number of new unions organized throughout I Kentucky since thej last convention The report dwelt at considerable length I upon the miners outr I rages perpetrated upon members of the United Mine Workers organization and pledged that union the financial and moral support of all unions affiliated with the State Federation His references to the State very complimentary In an night Col DrCckin organlZfjwas intention of offending A resolution was passed public meeting Thursday night when Charles J Brons ton would reply to Col Breckinridge Many are of opinion t iat this was another mistake It would i earto many to smack too much of pi lilies The Jaws of the State and Nat it ial Federation are plain upon thissubj t and a violation of their spirit can rw lit only in injary to the trades union inurement This un seemly affair d llayed the work of the 11JI1ra1 the coavwitfoa I ll- r adopted many resolutions of interest tc the working people the most important of which concerned the employment of children in this State which the federa tion will endeavor to have regulated by the next Legislature James McGill and Louis Kieffer o this city were reelected President and Secretary and after selecting Pad ucah for next years meeting the convention adjourned The delegates were addressed by Charles J Bronston before leaving for their homes Thursday night He ape proved of the policy of the National and State Federations and called attention to the power of the workingmen to secure redress from many of their gricvences alt the ballot box HOUSEHOLD HINTS Green apple sauce is improved by the addition of a few cloves If scrubbing brushes are stood on end to dry they will last much longer Always hang long brooms up by a piece of string through the top of the handleTo a kitchen table rub the greasy stains with lemon juice and they will speedily disappear The vinegar left over from pickled walnuts and onions is invaluable for flavoring stews and hashes Ordinary tea marks on china may be readily dissolved by scrubbing with a brush dipped in salt andvinegar Half an ounce of lavender flowers and half a teaspoonful of powdered cloves make a cheap and delightful sachet If the oven is too hot it can be cooled by putting in a dish of water If it is too hot on the top lift the lids which are over the oven A little finely grated or chopped lemon peel and a little of the lemon juice are a very nice substitute for capers or parsley in butter sauce to eat with boiled mut tonThe coarse leaves of the lettuce which are unfit for salad and which are so often wasted may be cooked with spinach beet tops or any Bother greens and will prove a welcome addition Loosely twisted knitting silk is better for darning woolen underwear than wool which is apt to shrink If the threads of the darn are left loose after washing it will have about the same appearance as the original texture If ycur sewing machine has become gummed and consequently runs hard oilI every place with the best kerosene 011I and run rapidly for a few moments Wipe the bearings carefully oil with best machine oil and you will be surprised at the results Dont let children take stimulants at their meals This includes not only alcoholic stimulants but coffee tea con diments etc Until children are twelve years old at least they are much better on milk and water and not too rich cocoa with thin broths and gruels If articles of decidedly strong flavor have been chopped in a wooden bowl sometimes washing will not be sufficient to entirely remove taste and odor In that case fill the bowl with warm borax water and let it stand half an hour then rinse in cold water and put in the sun PowdEred borax is convenient for cleaning purposes and is known to banish insects such as the ravaging cockroaches Porcelain saucepans may be cleansed by filling them half full of hot water in which is dissolved a table spoonful of powdered borax Let this water boil- Ribbons and other silks should be put away for preservation in brown paper- as the chloride of lime ured in the manu facture of white paper frequently pro duces discoloration They may be cleaned and made to look like new by sponging them with equal parts of strong tea and vinegar Iron with a not too hot ironIn broiling meats over coals never allow them to smoke the least After the coals have burned down somewhat throw on a handful of salt to deaden the blue flame that arises If the dripping takes fire remove the meat from the stove to cool for a few minutes Do not try to blow it out as there is danger of burning the face To remove grease spots from matting make a thin paste of fullers earth and cold water Spread quickly over the spots and cover with a pasteboard box or something that will not allow the paste to be disturbed When it is thoroughly dry brush it off and the unsightly spot will have disappeared Unpainted floors may be treated ill the same way to remove grease A cement for mending porcelain and stoneware which is said to be excellent is made by mixing twenty grammes of fish glue with an equal weight of crystalliza ble acetic acid and evaporating the mix ture to a syrupy consistency so that upon cooling it forms a gelatinous mass When about to use liquify again by heating apply with a brush and bind the pieces together tightly with twine until the cement hardens Cucumber PicklesGet small cucum bers of uniform size and place in a stone crock Pour on boiling water to cover and add a large handful of salt Let them stand over night and drain carefully in the morning Pour ON more boiling water and the same quantity of salt and let them stand again over night Drain off the water wash the pickles in clear- water and dry with a towel Put in a crock of boiling cider vinegar Add some horseradish roots These pickles will keep in a common stone crock all winter Plumes made of worsted or felt are another queer fancy Some are in the form of quilts some of ostrich feather shapes Whole hats of braided worsted too are shown andstripes of felt worsted and silkare plaited together in basketwork to make toques and turbans Why are most of the new books like trees In summer INothing but leaves Conscience in tome peoples that which tell them when their neighbors are doing wrong u J f w SHE IS CRYING Because Sly Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to i CHICAGON THE cll IIlItnO 5l RAm04YG I In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR B H AgeutlLonlsvl11c j FRANK J lCl anagerWHIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Hibernian room in the new St Anthonys Hospital will be a beauty I All through the Eastern and Western States large gains in membership are re ported I Division 2 will attend the next meeting I bf Division 1 in a body to hear the Hon Matt ODoherty Division 10 of North Adams Mass worked the four degrees on twentyfive candidates last Sunday The County Boardwill soon announce I an entertainment This has been anx iously awaited for some time That was a grand turnout of members last Tuesday evening The officers never felt more inspired since their installation Last Sunday Division 8 of North Eas ton Mass exemplified the new ritual andworked the four degrees oh twenty candidatesWhen to having a jolly good time the Limerick boys take the lead President Hennessy knows what should be done and does it A cordial reception awaits all who at tend the ball to be given next Thursday night by Division 1 at Speiths Opera House in Jeffersonville Tom Camfields many friends in the order will learn with rejoicing that his condition has improved and though still quite ill his speedy recovery is now looked forThe attendance at the meeting of Divis ion 2 Thursday night was rather disap pointing Unless the members take a greater interest in its welfare they are apt to be dropped Chairman Tom Quinn will present a programme at the social session of Divis ion 3 Monday night that promises a pleas ant surprise for the audience All Hi bernians and their lady friends will be welcomeThose members who absent themselves from meetings for months at a time are violating their obligation and not living up to the principles they promised to Uphold Those who attend the next meeting of Division 2 will hear some thing to their interest on this matter There are hundreds of young men in Louisville who only await an invitation to become members of our grand order Start now and gather them in A large number of the oldtime wheel horses would be glad to see young men placed in active management that they might take a deserved rest Judge Shine our State President must have taken to the woods as he has not yet been heard from We would suggest that the members let him hear from them before the next national convention His administration has been a monumental failure It was expected that he would have so organized the State that the membership would exceed 5000 but not n step has he taken in that direction that we are aware of- START NEXT WEEK The Louisville Anchorage and Pewee Valley electric road will start running its cars next Saturday The delay was occasioned by the nonarrival of one of the dynamos The roadbed is in excellent shape and the new suburban line will doubtless prove popular with our citizens and a moneymaker for its stockholders SAPP GOES Internal Revenue Collector Sapp received the bounce last Saturday His flagrant violations of the civil service law were the cause of his undoing President Roosevelt on Monday named J A Craft as his successor The 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that tested the capacity of Mechanics Building in Boston Every seat in the hall was filled and judging by the large attendance and the enthusiasm displayed there was no doubt about the genuineness of the credentials of the Irishmen representing a united party in Ireland Mr Redmond of cdurse was the center of all attraction He was in excellent form his voice was clear and penetrating all through his houranda half address The uproarious applause which greeted him upon rising and which punctuated his speech did not lead him away from a calm dispassionate consideration of the subject before him He was not seeking applause his speech was an Argumentative one He has a most delightful presence and as an ora tor compares favorably with Bryan Mr Redmonds policy as stated in his speeches and interviews marks an ad vance ou that enunciated by Parnell McCarthy and the Irish leaders who pre ceded him It puts the economic reform on an equal footing with the political It demands that their right to the soil be re stored to the Irish as well as their right to govern themselves It recognizes that the common enemy is the plutocracy as well as the aristocracy It is in harmony with the new thought showing itself in all reformersthat the problems of our time can only be met with a policy which gives the whole people industrial as vell as political opportunity Mr Redmond advocates that the large monopolistic estates of Ireland be bought back by the Government and divided up among the Irish people to whom they originally be longed This is a much larger propos tiou than the fair rent campaign of the Land League which before this was the high water mark of his Irish programme The distinguished party was escorted from Hotel Bellevue to the halt by several companies of the Ninth Regiment under command of Major Murray This procession was marked by cheers and applause by the crowds along the line of the route which euded in a fitting chmax at the hall by tremendous cheering The ball was gayly decorated with Irish and American colors while from the ceiling long American ensigns hung Irish and American colors were gracefully suspended along the railing of the balcony William Lloyd Garrison presided Be side the members of the Irish party the Rev Father Teeling of Lynn spoke on a set of resolutions which he introduced sympathizing with the object of the mis sion the work of the Irish party in Par liament and particularly their noble stand on the Boer question T J Gar gap also said a few words in seconding the resolutions The speeches of the envoys were on the same lines as those delivered in New York and published heretofore and therefore we quote from the Boston Herald the eloquent address delivered by Chairman Garrison who saidAt a time when powerful nations are stifling the independent aspirations of weaker ones when the clamor of com mercial greed drowns the voice of con science and of humanity it is especially fitting that we should welcome the dis tinguished guests of this evening to the city of Boston Although representatives of a small Country and a diminishing population the rapacious government of Great Britain finds in them and in their associates a stubborn obstacle to imperial success Pitiful in numbers compared with her oppressor weak in Industrial enter prises baptized in poverty victim of a land monopoly which closes avenues of labor and multiplies exiles Ireland still retains her resolute and unconquerable determination to be free Lik Mordecai she sits at the Kings gate and little wonder that the high chamberlain is wrothManya time have the weak things of the earth been chosen to confound the strong but never has AngloSaxon acre 1 gance encountered substantial checks from feeble nationalities so signally as in J t this day and generation The element t of justice nerving the outraged cham l pious of liberty to heroic deeds is anally J more potent than ships and regi meats in khaki The uprisings in South Africa arid in the Philippines both now xtending into years have baffled short righted statesmen who looked for their subsidence in a few weeks It is possible for an intimidated press to conceal the gravity of the situation but no power can hinder the ultimate confession of the annual budgets inevitable spectres jaunting chancellors of exchequers and secretaries of the treasury Centuries of injusticeI to Ireland a record of Britains reproach and failure have seemingly brought no lesion to the conqueror Each and all of the bitter conflicts which curse the earth today are simply confir mation pf Lincolns ctweUrstipai that firdutenle good ettbugk to govern aa ther man without tbstotber mans coa Jlrelalldd80aJ C 11 I separatedbywidc Happily the sturdy burghers of the Transvaal and the Orange Free State are able to speak through Irish lips in the House of Commons with uncompromising effectiveness The Liberal party disunited futile in opposition and embarrassed by imperialistic leaders has in a measure been shorn of its strength through supporting a wicked war revolt lug to the consciences of men bred in the school of Cobden Mill and Gladstone The protest of antiwar Liberals is stultified whenever they vote supplies to the armyand navy When their acknowledged leader with mistaken magnanimity and effusive phrase seconded the Tory motion to present Lord Roberts with 100000 from the pockets of British taxpayers the true Liberal was tempted to Walk backward with averted gaze And hide the shame It is to the honor and glory of Ireland that in this crisis her representative sons compact undaunted and without reserve have stood as a bulwark for freedom measurably redeeming the cowardice so largely infecting the Liberal ranks Ask of the English Liberals themselves as to whom belong the laurels won on their side in the late Parliament They will tell you that although Sir Henry Camp bellBannerman gained in powers of leadership though John Morley nobly voiced the ethics pf peace and justice though James Bryce ably exposed the ministerial sophistries for incessant watchfulness for aggressive attack for searching question and for consummate skill in seizing every opportunity to turn the Tory flanks and force divisions it was united Ireland led by John E Red mond John Dillon and their lieutenants cheeringtowith reunited front no longer discord ant and belligerent American well wishers trust that the dissensions which have in the past discouraged friendly faith and lost victories almost within grasp are at an end Personal differences can well be postponed until home rule has been won for Ireland It is the fashion in all countries when liberty seems for the moment over whelmed for fainthearted men profes sing allegiance to her suddenly to lose faith in moral law discovering that after all the true deity is the gqd of the things that are Then they make haste to sell unto the cunning enemy their swords Feigning to regret the accom plished fact they ask Under the cir cumstances must we not as practical men accept the situation It is to Irelands lasting credit that she spurns such brazen materialism staking allegiance on the god of the things that ought to be Foul situations are to be versednot ac cepted When evil conditions confront right theories who shall doubt the final issue In their nature conditions are changeable while principles are fixed and eternal The echo of Charles Sum ners words still lingers in freedomloving hearts Nothing can be settled that is not settledright It is predicted by a leading paper that the visit of the friends we are to welcome will be the occasion of many demonstrations of the antiEng lisp feeling of Irishdescended Americans I venture to hope that the demonstrations will be just and discriminating intelligently directed against the real enemy the autocratic and plutocratic classes now holding political control 1 trust that generous recognition will be made of that better England at present stigmatized as little temporarily eclipsed and courageously bearing public disfavor and abuse Stigmatized as pro Boers and traitors the English men and women who stand for true democracy are a legion yet to be reckoned with in national politics They are typified by John Morley Frederic Marrison John I Burns Miss Emily Hobhouse and Dr Spence Watson and are a body always to be counted upon whenever and wherever liberty is imperiled In many an Eng lish home I have found the names of John Dillon Michael Davltt and William OBrien held in admiring esteem The I strengthibyoppressed peoples the world over its leaders standing for universal liberty their sympathies including every land and race Mere national and racial hatred never appeals to lofty minds John Boyle OReilly touched the chord of true unselfishness 0 blood of the people changeless tide r through century creed and race Still one as the sweet salt sea is one I though tempered by surftud place The same in the ocean currents the same in thcaheltered9eas hopeSIIndian and Negro Saxon and Celt Teu ton and Latin and Gaul Mere surface shadow and sunshine while the soundid unifies all One love one hop one duty theirs I No matter the t me or ken There never was st parate heart beat in all the races of enl Our friends w IIItfinrl many sympa thizers in the Unit d States on the burn ntryIas tyranny Where and is not free men hangesIbsorbwithlout lasting good Irel isd for the Irish YeS The right of self e nployment upon Gods aires yes The abolition of alien ownership oftaYes c But in that struggle hidenot 1 ie truth that landlord ism is the same ev I thing whether the power be vested IitIEngtishor in Irish bands Landl rdi sm is the heart of privilege So fart itai proved a citadel surviving every battle and leaving the most ruthless roeof freedom undls 1 lodged Keep iin the forefront the only legend under whl eh victory can be as IUredIT1 law belongs equally to all the people of aa fonto whom its use ctiaud must J lqultl1btYUl rld- WilhUHfr expression of my own itws for which alww I am responsible and bespeaking the sAtne untrammelled tuealwbcfatetOwI I cordial sympathy this delegation from an oppreedand10ngsulJeriuK people May their appeal for substantial aid find ready response and may Americans ever remember that in helping the down trodden of other countries they in like measure help to uplift and save their own land RECENT DEATHS We regret to announce the death of MrsSabina Russell a well known Catholic lady of the West End residing at 1717 Lytle street Her funeral takes place this morning from St Patricks church The funeral of Miss Elizabeth Norton the nineteenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs W J Norton will take place this morning from the Cathedral The deceased was a favorite among her young friends who sincerely regret her untimely death and yesterday there was a constant stream of persons calling at the family residence 833 Eight street to express sympathy for the bereaved parents Mrs Mary Francis wife of Michael Francis died at the family residence 525 Lampton street Wednesday evening She was with her husband for many years a resident pf the East End and leaves two daughters Misses Ella and Mary Francis to mourn her tosS Her funeral which was a very large one was held Friday morning from St Johns church Father Bax being the celebrant of the requiem mass James Fitzpatrick aged thirtynine years and long employed by Byrne I Speed passed to his eternal reward last Suuday evening at his home 1646 Tyler avenue His funeral was largely at tended at St Patricks church where solemn requiem mass was celebrated for the repose of his soul He was a wen known figure in the West End where he was highly respected by a wide circle off friends and acquaintances The death of Mrs Bridget McGratb the beloved wife of Timothy McGrath which occurred Tuesday morning at her home 1955 Portland avenue was ia sad surprise to her many friends and relatives During her illness all thet medical skill and loving hands coul d provide was secured but without avail She was a woman of exemplary character a thorough Christian noble and kindand the best of neighbors The funeral obsequies at St Cecilias church were attended by a large outpouring of people and sympathizing acquaintances of the bereaved husband Profound sorrow prevailed among her wide circle of friends when it became known Tuesday morning that Mrs Alice Carroll widow of the late Michael Car roll had passed away at her honle 2 J4 High avenue She was the mother of Patrick Carroll of the local fire depart ment and Philip Carroll the Well known engineer Mrt Carroll who was fifty five years old was one of the really good old mothers and her loss is deeply mournad by her children and all who knew her Thursday morning her funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady in Portland Rev Father Connif being the celebrant of the requiem mass SHORT AND BRIEF The Right Rev Nicholas Chrysostom Matz Bishop of Denver Col was re ceived by the Pope Wednesday The Board of Sinking Fund Commissioner is again Democratic and it is ex pected the election of a Wharfmaster will take place next week The Times has declaredagainst Harry Weaver who was considered sure of the place believing he has sucked the public teat long enoughRev Father Wieczorek pastor of the Polish Catholic church in Toledo whose funeral occurred Wednesday morning has bequeathed to the parish his entire fortune amounting to nearly 100000 It is composed largely of Toledo real estate The deceased priest came from a noble family in Poland Federal Judge Evans has gone into the blanket order business Upon applica tion of the Reinecke Mining Company the Judge last Wednesday evening enjoined the striking miners and citizens from gathering or camping within gunshot distance of the companys property in Hopkins county The order is a sweep ing one The petition casts severe and unjust reflection upon the State govern ment and cburts and asks for the inter vention of Federal marshals After having been out since Tuesday morning at 11 oclock the jury in the case of Mullen Locke and ONeill charged with conspiracy against negro voters in the election of 1899 was discharged in the United States Court Wednesday afternoon without having reached a verdict This concludes the third trial of the case Had they been convicted it is the general opinion they would have been granted another trial by the higher courts because of Judge Evans instructions to the jury ADVICE TO LITTLE ONES Always betj as polite to brothers and sisters when no one is by as when there is companyIf ashamed to be rude and im polite before company are you not ashamed to be so before God Remem her He sees you all the time and knows all your thoughts and actions You ought to behave all the time as though the best kind of company was watching youWhen you pass directly in front of any one or accidentally annoy one say Excuse me and never fail to say favorOntemptation through the fear that you will not be able to withstand it Earn your 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