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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l AMERICAtVOLUME VNO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURD AUGUST 11 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS AS IRELAND IS 0 Col James Whallcns Imnrcs sions and Observations While Abroad Manufactories Full Blast mud Noticeable Absence of Idleness w Succeeded in Securing n Por tion of the Famous Blurt ney Stone RURAL DISTRICTS GARDEN SPOTS Col James P Whallen who together with his wife Mr and Mrs John H Whallen Mr and Mrs John Droege of Covington and Mr D X Murphy of this city last week returned from a four months jaunt through Europe was ap proached by a reporter for the Kentucky Irish American with the request to de s scribe the trip especially that part of iit spent in Ireland Col Whalleu spoke in terestingly of the many places they had visited and the many sights they saw He described the famous Rock of Gibral tar a beautiful view of which they had by bright moonlight and while in Naples they had the good fortune to wit ness a grand military procession headed by the late King Humbert and his wife One of the most thrilling sights that human eye ever rested upon said Mr Whallen It was the eruption of Mount Vesuvius at night No description can do justice to the wierdness of the scene as the huge columns of smoke and lava ascend from the crater of the mountain und light up the country for miles aroundThe party spent ten days in Rome during that time visiting St Peters Cathedral the Vatican and being allowed the rare pleasure of seeing His Holiness Pope Leo Mr Whallen describes Italy as a very picturesque country while t Germany from his observations is a solid and thrifty government The scenery of Switzetland also came in for a great portion of praise especially the snowclad Alps Ten days of the trip ere apent7In Paristwlrerethevsawthe great Exposition and all the thousands of sights that are to be seen in that famous capitalIreland however exclaimed Mr Whalleu was one of my delightful sur prises I had expected to find it primi tive in the extreme its people poor and discontented and its commercial indus tries lagging in the background A few days sojourn on the Emerald Isle how ever soon gave contradiction to my old impressions and never were three weeks more pleasantly spent than those of our stay in Ireland We found the large cities especially Dublin and Belfast to compare most favorably with our metro politan towns and the large cities of all other countries we had visited The manufacturing establishments are in full blast and there is ever a noticeable absence of idleness Cork and Queenstown are among the prettiest ports I have ever visited and appear only second to Bel fast in business and prosperity The rural districts of Ireland are veritable garden spots and the most beautiful place of all is Killarney and its lakes and mountains The five days spent in this vicinity were passed in one contin uous round of natural enjoyment We saw such points of interest as Kate Kear t neys cottage Eagles Nest Mountain Meeting of the Waters Ross Castle shooting the rapids under the Old Weir Bridge Muckross Abbey the Torc Cas p cadet the Coleen Bawn Caves Flesk Castle aud the Druid Circle Another point of great interest visited is the Blar ney Castle where each of our party most faithfully kissed the famous stone succeeding between us in detaching a small portion of it which we jealously guarded and now possess as the most valued souvenir of our tri- pFATHER OBRECHT Hopes to Secure a Corps of Good Professors for Gothsemanl Among the numerous clerical visitors from Kentucky whose piety and devotion to the successor of St Peter prompted them to Undertake the expense and fatigue of the long journey to Rome dur ing this holy year is noticed the name of the Right Reverend Abbot of Gethsc i mani The Journey however is not unfamiliar to him as this will be his twenty seventh time to crow the briny deep His friends Messrs Herrman Hoertz and others bade him adieu lest Friday with a fond wish for his safe return in October During bia absence tbedl8ClpJletof the house and conduct of the school will lie attended to by father Cyprian who is strictly a house monk enjoying the s teem and confidence of his brethren it jfthe ardent wish of the Right Reverend Abbot to secure a good coupe of profejwrs for the schooll for iext 1eatao that there maybe no grounds of cotbplaint Let year there were seventy Bye enrolled sad about forty at the close of the yai but now brighter proapecta are hoped for The Abbot being quite mutum tad pun gresslvc iu his methods spares no pains or trouble in building up the material interests of the farfamed Trappist monastery and school attached Ills activity jovial and good mixing qualities win for him many personal friends who are agreeably disappointed in finding none of the austerity or severe discipline of the Cistertian order in his manner or bearing He is in every sense a man of the times and as a financier eminently successful It is his great ambition to open another house for his order in Brooklyn next fall which will be principally recruited from some of the European monasteries To many it is a matter of regret that so few Americanborn take to the contemplative Cistertian order at present there being only one professed brother from Ken tucky though the present foundation of Gethsemani is fifty two years old Within the past few years the rule has been considerably mitigated to suit the times and countries in which the order is spreading There are now as manyas fifteen houses of Trappists within the present wardisturbed colonies of South Africa The four or five foundations on this side the Atlantic seem to depend upon foreign born subjects exclusively for re cruitsBefore returning Right Rev Father Obrecht will visit France Oberammergau and other places of international interest and fame FATAL BURNS Miss Ella Kings Sad Death Last Monday Afternoon Miss Ella King a wellknown and highly respected young lady residing with her mother Mrs Mary King 1131 Eibth street met with a shocking death last Monday evening While using coal oil in an attempt to light a fire for the purpose of preparing the evening meal her clothes caught fire and before as sistance could reach her she was horribly burned about the face and body But for the assistance of a neighbor re siding next door she would have been burned to a crisp The young ladys mother who is over seventy years of age rushed into the room and sustained several severe burns in her vain effort to save her daughter who was ablaze from head to foot Miss King was at once removed to the hospital where it was soon discovered that her condition was hopeless Her ourhoursirCtert1ieacdden her of her sufferings ii The deceased was twentyeight years of age She is survived by her brother John B Fahey the saloonist at Seventh and Market and one sister Mrs Mary ODonnell who resides at Highland ParkHer funeral took place from the Cathedral and the large attendance attested the deep sorrow felt for the loss of so worthy a daughter aud sister REFORMING CONVICTS The work of reforming convicts for which penitentiaries are supposed to be constructed is being done in a humane and practical way in the State prison at Canon City Col Fiftysix acres of orchard and garden land are being worked and cared for by the convicts as fast as one crop is used another being ready so that these men while laboring in the open fields are building up the moral and spiritual life which before had beeu wasted or neglected A short dis lance out a tract of 250 acres has been leased and is being putundercultivation The whole tract when bought was cov ered with grease wood and was without water Fifty convicts were put to work there when there was nothing else to do for them and have cleaned levelled and winIterfor the spring crop In another tract there are 105 acres and in all nearly 1000 acres are being tilled and the prison made selfsustaining under the wise and beneficent management of Warden Hoyt This while it is true economy and a source of revenue for the State was un dertaken for the moral effects it would have upon these pitiable outcasts of society and a most wonderful showing is the result Why can not the same be done in all reformatories so that the growth of these mens souls be not stunted and even blasted for the rest of their lives Penned up like wild animals without the sunshine and rain of honest toil andencouragement no won der the moral instincts within them die and they come out worse than when they went in e CHANGED POSITION James Bench the wellknown laundry man has severed his connection with the Crown Laundry Company to accept the Presidemcy of the O K Laundry Com pany with headquarters at 822 fast Main street His many friends throughout the city and particularly the West End will be glad to learn of his advance meat In him the sew company will find as intelligent and capableofficer a WILL NOT MOVE progrestiveTownTrt wbo contemplated removing from Clark cOunty has abandoned the ides and the citizens are elated 6yer hia decision Mf IapositionhiHat which he laa accepted Tm will ha welcome news lo Us many Hibernian idealIn toil city aedJe TeraaavillaI I r c =1 n l DOWN TO WORK TwentyNino Societies Federated With the Catho lie Union I Constitution Adopted at Meet i ing Held Last Sunday Afternoon The Election of Treasurer and Board of Directors Was Postponed WILL MEET AGAIN WITH TRINITY The first formal regular meeting of the Louisville Catholic Union was held last Sunday afternoon at Trinity Council Hall with President McDermott in the chair The President who was received with applause in an eloquent but im pressive speech stated that he was grateful to the delegates for the honor con ferred upon hini and would perform the duties of his office to the best of his abil ity with the hope that all their expecta tions wonld be realized Vice President Fowler in thrilling and eloquent language congratulated the union upon its choice of its President to whom he paid a feeling tribute urging the delegates to observe with loyal and unshaken fidelity the high trust which their organizations repdsed in them Two more societies affiliated with the union Branch 10 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America being represented by Miss Mamie Hannan and Mre Sarah Golden Branch 642 of the Catholic Knights of America sent as delegates James McBride and Sylvester Adelberg This makes twentynine organizations in membership and the indications are that several more will be added during the next two months The important business of the meeting was the consideration of the constitution prepared by Messrs Charles Taylor James Kelly Matt ODoherty Pat Holly William M HIggins and Joseph Jenkins The document wits considered at con siderable length during which only minorclian iveremist e fromthe erga MalfdraftsmsTh a1rial chianesweI e those relating to the electionof honorary members This honor will be conferred only by the union and at the regular meetingsIt decided that eleven organiza tions must be represented to form a quo rum of the union and eleven members will form a quorum for the Board of DirectorsAfter the foregoing amendments had been made the constitution was unani mously adopted The same gentlemen were also instructed to prepare bylaws and rules of order and report same at the next meeting President Sullivan tendered the union the use of Trinity Council Hall for the next meeting which takes place Sunday afternoon August 19 President John Crotty also invited the union to meet at the Aquinas Union Hall on Sixth street The executive officers were instructed to communicate the thanks of the dele gates to Satolli and Trinity Councils for the use of their halls and other courte sies The next meeting will prove interest ing Several new matters will be pre sented for discussion and as the ball Is one of the most comfortable in the city there should be a large attendance Rev Father Ryan of Winchester will be the guest of Trinity Council on Mon day September 3 and delegates to the union were invited to be present to meet hint upQn that occasio- nHANDSOME DIVIDEND Hibernian Hall Boards Pleas Ing Surprise For the Divisions The last regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the local Hibernian Hall was ail unusually interesting one Annual reports were read showing eceiptsand expenditures after which it 1was decided to pay a handsome dividend to the divisions now occupying the hall This will amount to about 60 per cent of the sum originally invested During the coning winter additional improvements will be made with the funds remaining on hand The gentle men composing the board are entitled to praise for their business ability and good judgment They have trade Hibernian Hall the neatest sail most desirable in the central portion of the city Societies and unions desiring lodge or meeting rooms hould viskihis pretty hall located on West Market street opposite Eicons new building ExCounty President John A jUvrpky wlWJelected Chairman of the Hall Board for the ensuing tern It will be tits purr pole to make the hell entirely selfsua alniug DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS The Democratic City anrf County CotM mfttes and the Congrtaefaual Committee baive opened headquarters for the can pallllat 426 West Jefferson street They Win be in charge of Secretary W 141 Wely Jr find AtjisJMt Qwqp lBrown LEAVES NDAYS General Rearit ver Departure of R Father Lo For the past six y Rev B F Logan has officiated as Fri St Louis Be- rtrands church and ng that time he hiss endeared himself every member REV B F LOGAN of that congregation m of whom as well as the clergy and citizens of all denom inations feel keen reg etover his depart ure from irFather Logan ham omplished wonders during his administration which has been the most progressive in the his tory of the Dominican church During the past week he httsjbeen called upon by the Holy Name Society St Vincent de Paul Society Aqfiiaas Union Young Ladies Sodality andirechoir and from each of these received Xandsome and sub stantial tokens of the love and esteem in which he was held I Tomorrow he willjffreach his farewell sermon and on Manny will leave upon a short vacation ToJIfbat city or State Father Logan will bejjtent and who will succeed him were nor nown when going to press Before cowing to Louisville he had been station jat Columbus 0 Washington and Denir but his attach went to this city eajieeds that of any other The congreginon to which he will be assigned will i1 totrim the trueY nspriesti he g onuir ttcaber aassumlh1 g and unpretentious though ever alert to the duties of bis sacred calling his place will be hard to fil- lBECOMING EXCITING Vojte for Conductors Contest Ing for the Valuable Lantern The voting contest for the handsome conductors lantern which is being con ducted by Mackin Council and which will determine who is the most popular railroad conductor running out of Louis ville is now on in earnest and before its close will prove very exciting The voting will trot cease till the night of the lawn fete to be given by Mackin Council on its beautiful grounds next month The following is the correct standing of each conductor voted for up to Thursday morning J C W111 am8tir 9 M C Haightfe 7 F E Nugent Jg 12 J H Hawes J 9 Andrew Eckles l i 12 Ed Martin 1 ffir 9 Ed Hughes 12 C Black j2ESg r rs 2 J H Condon JiiiJSurf 15 J B Hubbert P 5 J IL Ross iiilii 12 J F Waggoner fij jr y 11 George Shipmau vJMfcv 0 12 J T Brooks vSfflKpi rr101-V B Lewis Jfevi 6 Robert Gibson jPjII 12 AH Kiddt JJff fri V 7 John Halk ly f 9 Henry Kinney raQftvrv 8 W R Strubyr i fu 10 VA Parks rV 9 F Hollingsworth jjRva 5 JTHarrisonii sy v 8 Frank Mattox jirafv V 5 WF Shepard 9 T 10 Robert Fort vffiS r 14 TG HethMffi i 10 C R Atkinson 4 pKv 5 R L Wheeler iyj SflrJ o 8 Doc Tierney 3lpv 11 J C Huebnernr 3ur 14 S S Miller aMpuv 10 JG Dugan r33 10 D E Carrolljjj S t f 6 J D Arnaultr piv i 8 J R Jennings gK 9 JEKcen 16 DII Caldwell r Y 15 CHPrice N SWM 8 P J Fitzgerald tCJ M ri 9 R L Utterbeckvj iVi 3 J M Lowe K 0 G W Delph g fI S M LawrenceV4i0J DQuina3iJh4 5 PC Roaker4iMvii S corxfij tj M The aatoaiahiag of 400O has beets realized t+gaAbaeaf Minded Beggur ways the prooeads gone te of the wee fighting iii South This ia at the rate alt jlllOftO to doubtleat twain this DOMINICANS Celebrate the Feast of Their Founder With Pomp and Solemnity Father Itnfto Preaches n Powerful Sermon on Church Heroes Largo Numbers in the Rosary Procession in the After noon CHURCH CROWDED TO OVERFLOWS On last Sunday the feast of St Domi nic was commemorated with unusual pomp and solemnity at St Louis Ber trands church At the solemn high mass at 11 oclock the large and beautiful edi fice was filled to overflowing many being unable to gain admission The announcement that Rev Father Raffo the gifted and eloquent rector of St Charles Bor romeos would deliver the panegyric on the great founder of the Dominican order was also instrumental in attracting the large congregation to the handsome church Nor were those disappointed who spumed the inconveniences of the journey and heat of the day to listen with marked attention for half an hour to the appropriate and well worded sermon of the popular pulpit orator Father Raffo effectively disposed of objectons lightly conceived and made against the Catholic church for honoring her saints and mar tyrs by drawing the parallelism of how the world honors its heroes statesmen poets painters etc mentioning Wash ington Jefferson Franklin Dewey and others Would it not be ungrateful if the church did not hold up as noble examples worthy of emulation her saint heroes who made epochs of history in their single lifetime Who merited better from the church than the founders of its four great religious orders namely Saints Dominic Francis Augustine and Bene diet whose sons even to this day have been her ablest defenders best preachers aud greatest theologians as the meuti n of a si Thomas Bonaventure audmt X T ExaoWew1y ea ear barn t cave the calciumliglitt a soffaltlsaand philosophy wbicti tbeworld im properly calls dark ages Father Raffo dwelt at considerable length upon the exemplary life virtues aud miracles of St Dominic particularly the wonders wrought by him in the con version of sinners and heretics through the instrumentality of prayer especially that of the Rosary of which he was the originator in itspresent form as delivered to him by the Blessed Virgin herself He also told of the wonderful effects of this form of prayer in confuting the Albegensian heresy and the precious heirloom St Dominic left to future gen erations thereby causing the Rosary to be universally accepted and practiced- It was more in accordance with the above that Father Raffo spoke rather than as he was misquoted in Mondays issue of the CourierJournal The reporter neither quoted Father Raffo cor rectly nor did he see or hear him yet with great injustice does he put in his mouth a quotation which appeared in the Record of the previous week which pointedly shows how little reliance can be placed upon reports of Catholic matters appear ing in many of our secular papers The mass was celebrated by the Fran ciscan fathers and in the afternoon the Rosary procession was participated in by large numbers and was both beautiful and impressive The musical programme directed by Prof Weiss was of a very high order and was excellently rendered by the choir TOURISTS RETURN Rick Quinn and Officer Will lam Laffey Had Pleas ant Trip Rick Quinn and Officer William Laf fey arrived here Monday afternoon from Galway Ireland where they spent seven weeks visiting friends and relatives who were all found happy and prosperous They report a wonderful change in the condition of the country under the new government act The County Councils- are representative of the people and they are giving the lie to the old charge that the Irish can not govern themselves The genial Mayor of Eirnerick was so besieged by friends that it was impos ibleto obtain a lengthy interview He corroborates tke statements of Col What len iin another column a a MOVING TO DAYTON Their many friends ia Louisville will learn with regret that Mrs Award lowan and children will next week move io Dayton Ohio where her husband is engaged in boainesa which city they will itake their future place of residence Though their absence will be felt all wWstkemlIUOCeu hi their new Bu dreye home n I HOLY Ct OfS LAWN PBTr The lawn fete glint tbiei wfafc forfloly Cron church on t1ts ground of Htary gocb Thirtieth Mid Broadwa rate ow Ji llargely attended both evenings Father Cunninghams friends coming from all parts of the city The preparations men tioned last week were fully carried out andall present declare it the best fete of the season Messrs Koch Steve Keeley and Mike Doerhoefer rendered invaluable services to Father Cunningham in enter tanning the crowds The ladies also did their share and were nicely aided by members of Mackin Council A hand some sum was realized FOR LABOR DAY Committees Making Progress For a Grand Demon stration Arrangements for the observance of Labor day are progressing very satisfac torily The various subcommittees made encouraging reports at the meeting of the General Committee last Friday evening Additional unions sent representatives who signified their intention of taking part in the great labor parade the success of which is already assured Quite a number of organizations are making special preparations for this years parade and much interest is felt as to which will make the best showing In former years the printers cigamtak ers molders brewers and carpenters and several others took great pride and tried hard to surpass each other ajid the same friendly rivalry still exists The colored unions are inclined ti have a separate parade and picnic but the matter has not been fully settled yet Tickets are being disposed of iitn large numbers at ten cents each and from this source quite a sum will be realized which will help the Central Labor Union defray the enormous expense which it must necessarily incur The best of feeling prevails and Phoenij Hill be crowded as never before on Mon day September 3 4THEATRICAL The Buckingham Will Open the Louisville Season August 19 One week from tomorrow is the day set for the opening of the Buckingham Theater arid in no way is the popularity fis pretty vaudeville play house better demonstrated Uian by the steady rush off the regular patrons wittr rtqucatsjpr the rttirejt3eeso IJNJ t portion of the old patronsarrangedetfo r their usual regular seats but numerous additions have been made to the number for the special reserved list The interior as well as the exterior will present a handsome appearance on the opening day a force of workmen being now employed in painting deco rating and otherwise renovating the house A large number of fans have been placed in position to waft pleasant breezes and these added to the perfect ventilation of the building will make the theater as comfortable as could be de siredFred Irwins Majesties will be the opening attraction a popular burlesque and vaudeville organization which ha for the past two years maintained a posi tion at the very head of light amusement The company is now rehearsing at the Music Hall New York City and report- are that the management has outdone itself in the selection of an excellent com pany and in securing comedy and musi cal material that will at once gain for it the favor of tie theatergoing public O Y SCENES INSIDE PAWN SHOPS The many beautiful jewels which one can see displayed in the windows of pawn offices have nearly always a pathetic his tory attached to them unknown to the world but only too painfully remembered by those who once owned them Here are rings brooches diamonds each with their own sad story even musical instru ments whose chords at one time com forted the owner in his poverty and per haps brought him revenue enough to keep the wolf from the door Occasion ally an exceptionally fine piece of silver ware tells mutely of the fall of its once proud owner from affluence to want A case of this kind is to be found in a pawn shop in Washington D C When Fred erick William IV King of Prussia visited England in 1842 he was greatly impressed with the kind and courteous treatment that he received from the High Constable of Westminster When the King returned home he ordered the royal silversmith to design and execute 200 superb pieces in solid silver as a gift and heirloom to the courteous official of West minster In after years when the family were in reduced circumstances the owner was offered 6000 for the service which consists of an immense coffee urn tea urn ream pitcher sugar bowl spoons of various sorts knives forks tonga etc- of exquisite workmanship but he de clined But the many changes that come to families in the course of time finally compelled the owner of this magnificent gift to part with it and now it can be- MeJtln a pawnshop on Pennsylvania avenue where with its many companions on exhibition it meekly whispers its tory of distress INDIANA CATHOLIC KNIGHTS t The annual Indianai State convention of the Catholic Knight of America will convene at Jasper on August M and al ready much interest ia1laniftedia its eJiberaaaTbe New Albany aud Jet- tenoaylu branches will send Urge dele tIoaLnconDtioa promises to be fibs laiyeat yet htld in 1M try 0 1Ie I THE TIME SET i Fair For the Sisters of Jllorcy a i Will Continue Two 6 Weeks Interesting aunt Well Attended Meeting at St 1lnncI8Jhull Tables and Booths Distributed and Parish Chairmen Selected f IT WILL BE HELD AT MUSIC HALL The largest and most enthusiastic meet ing yet held to arrange for the fair for the benefit of the Sisters of Mercy was that which took place at St Francis Hall last congregations and most influential members The re marks of President Duffy Chairman Gatto and others were very encouraging and point to the most gratifying results Chairman Larry Gatto reported that the Executive Committee had secured Music wouldocontinue from October 15 to October 27 inclusive This action was unanimously ratified The names of Edward J OBrien and John J Barrett were added to the Executive Committee which from now on will work indefatigably to make this the most attractive and successfulever held here The churches which had selected their Chairmen reported as follows CathedralMrs Joseph Denunzio- St Michaels Dr Louis A Broring- St Patricks Miss Hattie Holloran St Brigids Miss Mollie Barrett Sacred Heart Mrs Ella Norton St Louis Bertrands Mrs j T Han nonSt Cecilias Mrs Heffernan St Mary Magdalenes Mrs J J Burk holderA of other churches that will participate in the work will antouuce their Chairmen at the next meeting The allotment of tableso the different churches gave general sajusfaction They were distributed as follows Postot6ce tdegr ph olrceand ariety table to the tarVariety table to St Uriglils St Mich aels Holy Name and St Philip Neri Doll table to Sacred Heart St Charles Borromeo and Holy Cross Variety table to St Cecilias St Pat ricks and Our Lady Fancy table to the Alumnae and Sisters of Mercy Supper table and refreshments to St Louis Bertrands Already there are Indications of a spirited rivalry among the churches as to which will make the best returns which will doubtless become interesting long before the opening of the bazar The Executive Committee and parish nightsAugust 13 and there will be another l general meeting of all the congregations at St Francis Hall on the following nights a FLORAL PARADE Opening Event of the Elks Fall Fair and Carnival Next Month The Elks have already accomplished much toward their fall fair and carnival which they declare will far surpass last years effort in many respects It has been decided to open the carnival with a grand floral parade and review This promises to be one of the most unique affairs of the kind ever witnessed The committees are meeting every day and the work is now being pushed rapidly The press bureau will again have at its head that prince of journalistic bustlers Mr I Marcosson whose services last year were invaluable One of the most encouraging featuresrabout this years show is the large punt ber of applications for space which have thus early exceeded all expectations All tine merchants are demanding double the space they had last year which demon strates the faith our business people have in the industrial exposition Quite a number of special days have been set apart among them IrishAmer ican day But for the rein last year it would perhaps have been the largest of the carnival But better weather has been promised for this one MISSION AT GLASGOW Tomorrow a mission will be openedat the pretty church of St Helena In Glas gowof which Rev Father Gastaldt fa the pastor Father Angelo of theScred Heart Retreat well known for hia ability conductannouncement alone assures satisfactory results REMOVED TO HOSPITAL John DoAn who has been employed on the Illinois Central railroad was taken o3ta Maryand Elizabeth Hospital last Wednesday afternoon Hia friends were hopeful of kla rcovery bnf early in the week his condition became Very serious His illness baa been of several weeks dtlllllttoL t n o- t N KENTUCKY 1M flMERIGfiR fNMIM Oevoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WILLIA11X HIGGINS Pests111i r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ac Entered at the Louisville Posioftlce as Second Cles Matter AMicnall CGlllar atclUenl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weit Qreea Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST n 1900 ENGLAND A BORROWER The fact that England has called for another war loan the depression in values of stocks and the high rate of interest in the London market and the added fact that this war loan is placed in other markets and that the consols British Government bonds are depreciating and gold is being shipped from New York to London tell tb true story of Englands embarrassment The richest government iin the world the bondholders of all1 other nations seeking loans every where with its own bonds di counted and rates of interest in its money centers abnormally high all1 iindicatei Englands humiliating con ditionReports of British successes i South Africa give temporary revi val of strength but even this iis failing to check the steady decline in values and stagnation of business The London market a finances and stocks is no longer the guide of the financial world it ii- r is r now disregarded and the financial1 J balances are turning against England She is a more frequent seller than buyer of securities and now she is a borrower instead of lender a of money and her consols once the giltedge securities of the world always at a premium have steadily depreciated below par and the new issue goes begging even in London and must seek other markets This is plain enough to require no com ment Englands greatest prestige was her full purse her mortgages I heldL against other nations which paid P her tribute and were at her mercy financially and these tables are turning She can expect no con sideiation or sympathy It is purely- a matter of business and with her tiPurse depleted she has no friendsi she must sell her bonds at what they will bring and pay such rates of discount and interest as are de t manded She knows how that is for it was as a lender she became r rich on discounts and interest The reversing of the tables may be humiliating and she may find iit less profitable and more galling to submit to extortion and pay tribute I but when you have money you have friends and dictate your terms when your money is gone your friends become scared and you pay the terms dictated by the other fellow who has the cash you badly need Such is life and the rules of finance and England is beginningI to realize that even in her case there iAsbe no exception in the case of an individual- so i it is with nations A mans realI p success or progress iid his financial1 standing or solvency When he has the money to pay promptly his 4 credit is unquestioned his notes accepted at their face and he can TJOTTOW any amount at a reasonable rate or even low rate of interest When a nation iis able to pay promptly its bonds credit are un questioned acceptedat their faceI or maybe a premium and addi tional bonds may be issued at even lower rate of interest to sell at par or even premium Thus United Statefi bonds at the lowest rate of- interest for bonds in the world 2 per cent were taken before issueI and were applicants for five Urn- there the amount these bonds be ilog now at a premium Englands cotwol are 3 per cent but are below par NOT YET I ate Boers wont May whipped j aurrealdeted and dialuded u I6n r dou reports represent These Jel ports if true woyld Javedl8poNd jj of the entire Boer population in the aggregate but they have proven exaggerations if not wholly false bullsing of stocks in the London mar ket and English credit in other markets The English army in the Transvaal despite the fact that they hold all the cities of importance and 1the railroads is stilt maintained tto everyeposition and road must be guarde- to prevent recapture and cutting off 1of communication every advance detachment is attacked and free thast even a regiment can not be with drawn to send to China demon strates that British successes iin South Africa have been barren o shownthat the victorious army of occupation is on the defensive against the most exhaustive of wars contin uous harrassing of surprises and alertnactive and bold foe who hold the country know its topography and resources and can strike effective blows and keep out of reach of the therinvaders whose field of operations is limited and resources curtailed The war may thus go on indefinitely with little cost to the Boers white the English loss in battle and fro sickness and the cost in money continues heavy Englands course in the Chinese crisis is disgusting all nations and at last exciting suspicion She did not furnish her quota for the advance on Pekin to rescue the Min Listers including her own urgin delay on the pretense that she could j not get her troops to Tien Tsin It now develops that 9000 English troops were sent to China from In dia but instead of going to Tien Tsin to join the relief force which was awaiting their arrival they were landed at another port and under Admiral Seymour who had left Tien Tsln were marched up the Yangtse Kiang valley within the British sphere of influence to protect British trade interests The allies started for Pekin with only a small portion of English troops have fought and won two battles lu the meantime the ac tion of England in causing delay to await the arrival of her quota which she sent elsewhere is the subject of comment by all govern ments regarded as little less than treacherous and indicating that Englands pretensions like her dis patches in Chinese matters can not be trusted It will not be surpris ing if the real cause of the queer action of China should be found in the vicinity of London Last Sunday a sermon was delivered in one of the Catholic churches here by a prominent cler gyman In Mondays CourierJour- nal appeared a synopsis of a sermon plagiarized from the Record ofa week before as having been the ad dress of the reverend gentletranj given on the day previous When newspapers are so hard up fox news they ought to engage force enough to bring correct and readable mat ter to the office for publication If the idea of this reporter was that any old thing would do for a text or a sermon as long as it was a Catholic priest who was the speaker then this beardless young man hadI better hie himself to the woods tillI1 he gets old enough to know a tele graph pole from a lightning rod The picnic ghen at Fountain Ferry Park yesterday and today for t the benefit of the Ckildren Home Has ball a source of wonderful ell joytnefit to the yonarfoikaz who I S tI have attended it Those who doe nated to it so magnificently and the ladies who are working for it are tireless in their endeavors May it prove a success its object being one of the most noble viz the helping of homeless children of whom there are only too many in our city The Times again this week shows its antipathy to the Irish American people Its alleged iin- terview with Col Richard Quinn after his return from Ireland was most ridiculous and senseless and will not be appreciated by its many IrishAmerican readers The Times though has always been wobbly iin their treatment unless when their votes are needed for the success some candidate in whom it is iin- terested How long will they stand this Any one acquainted with Rick Quinn knows he could not be guilty of such silly utterances andd Adlai Stevenson were formally notified of their nomination for tit Presidency and Vice Presidency b the Democratic party at Indianapolis They were greeted by an iim- mense throng of people The speech of Mr Bryan is pronounced imperialf ism and the trusts in a manner most convincing The scab printing resolution is reported to have been mislaid or lost in the shuttle At any rate has not been sent to the Mayor Members of the Council say it will be reconsidered rcamended to com ply with the union label ordinance and passed in proper shape next meeting The efforts towards making the bazaar for the Sisters of Mercy a grand success are many and great thumgenerous women who have it iin charge and the merchants who contribute are doing so with a hearty good will l The merchants doing business onI Third street areJ Stiy in qiug- ot tHarge uti rof loafers andL infestgt that thoroughfare from Main to Green streets The police department should give this matter some attention The Appeal to Reason is the ablest yet most conservative Socialistic paper published in the United States Its columns are open to full and fair discussion of the problems of the day thus show ing its sincerity and honesty of purpose The latest news from Gen Chaf fee commanding the United States troops in China was to the effect that all the Americans were en gaged at Yang Tsum The casualties I number 240 names which will be reported later The celebrated Powers case on trial at Georgetown is nearing an end It will go to the jury about the middle of next week HOLY NAME SOCIETY The Holy Name Society of St Louis Bertrands will receive holy communion in a body tomorrow at the 0 oclock mass This past week the society presented the Rev Father Logan with a purse containing 130 as a slight token of their grate fulness for the kiudness and interest he has shown in the society during his terms as prior FOR PRIVATE USE The need of more ambulance facilities in our growing city has been apparent for some time past Messrs Graeser Fow ler have established the Falls City Am bulance which was inspected by many yesterday afternoon The delays and in conveniences to which people have beeni subjected can now be avoided by calling upon them Their ambulance system ia perfect in every detail ONE PARE TO LOUISVILLE VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY August 15 and 16 the Southern railway J will sell roundtrip tickets to Louisville aad return from all stations in Kentucky J at one fare for the roundtrip good to return until August 20 Also on August 24 and 25 one fare I round trip to Louisville aSouthemII railway tickets good to return untitI1 I August 27 The Southern railway lathe il only line having three daily trains be tween Lexington Iud Louisville Vor information apply to nearest agent J Southern railway route or address WilHaJu HTajrtoe Arc Oen PaaIIPvii Rye P t w I I YCharles Corcoran has returned from a visit to Lexington Larry Gatto left Thursday for a three weeks outing at West Baden Springs Miss Kate Hynes of Jeffersonville was this week the guest of Miss Helen Taylor at Jasper Miss KatieTliickstun of leffersonTille is visiting her brother George Thickstun at Terre Haute Miss S E Connaughton was one of Louisvilles attractive visitors at West Baden this week Mrs McKenna of Lexington who has been visiting friends here will return toI her home tomorrow enjoYinog themselves at Springs They will return home next week M J Gorman who has been ill with fever at the Mercy Hospital in Jefferson ville is reported much improved Mrs Joseph Schene and Miss Netti- Schene are home again after a pleasant visit with friends at Brandenburg Col John B Murphy of Jeffersonville eis in Denver Col visiting friends with- Y i whom he will remain uutil September Miss Katie Manning of Griffith avenue has returned from Dauville where she had been spending her summer vacation Hon Matt QDoherty left this week for Norfolkand the Virginia mountains He will visit Washington before returning Miss Mary Doolan a charming Cin cinnatian spent the week as the guest of her aunt Mrs Kate Smith 2011 Bank street ttMiss Anna Tracy one of Jeffersonvilles society favorites is visiting in Whiting Ind the guest of her aunt Mrs Stowell1 Beach t Thomas J Corbett the wellknown let ter carrier has been spending a pectin- of n his annual vacation at West Baden Springs Miss Mary Burke of New Albany iisI with friends iin Ohio She will visi Niagara rails and New York City before returning Mrs John Collhas returned to he- e home in Jeffersonville after a visit of 1two weeks with her mother Mrs Reilly- in this city Miss Anna Murphy of 1210 Thirteenth street and Miss Anna Fallahey are spend- Ing a few weeks with relatives in Alex andria Ind ILMiss Anaa 1rWhC has been visit ing West ltsilenvYas among the most charming of this seasons guests at that popular resort James W Dougherty and Deputy Sheriff John Greaney left Tuesday for Martinsville mad where they will enjoy a ten days vacation Miss Margaret Minogue sister of Mrs Fergus Riley 1117 West Oak street will make an extensive trip through Europe lasting several mouths Mrs Dr William B Doherty of 1522 West Market street with nurse and chil dren is spending the summer at Sunset View Benton Harbor Mich havefleft for Birmingham Ala and other Southern points where they will spend the remainder of the summer Mrs James Kerrigan and Misses Gene vieve and Mary Murphy form a party from Jeffersonville who are spending the month of August at Monroe Mich Mrs Maurice Coll of Jeffersonville will return home next week from Keo kuk Iowa where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs Con McNamara John Tate President of the West End Glee Club will entertain his friends at his home 1709 Bank street next Tuesday evening before leaving for Kokomo Ind Mrs John Kenney who has been spending the summer with relatives in Henry county this State will return to her home in Clarksville Ind next week Edward Barry and John Burns were among the wellknown Louisvillians who left the city last week and are now en joyingthemselvesatWestBadenSpringsMiss lady residing at 2800 West Chestnut spent the past week at West Baden Springs where she received much atten tion V Mrs James Malay of Jeffersonville who was this week the guest of friends in Columbus 0wiH leave there next week for Niagara Falls and New York City A great deal of credit for the success of the Holy Cross Ck rcU lawn fete this past week iis dne Steve Keely who as one of the managers did himself proud as a hustler James Harris ewMMCted with the scold lug department fire Louisville Nashville railroad bW keen confined to Ida home on Wet Oak street for several days on account of lllnna Mrs Dennis Matcher sad her son COSBMU Meagherrm visiting at Har dinsburg where IttW hoped the country air will restore CasafiM to health he liar luf beet ill for xmiitim Mgatisnat Riosdar21 Buk street laJiWdpMay for an ax 1hyrlatlabatel nlativw Belcm Aiigthey will aMo t Y be the guests of relatives in New York City They are expected home about the middle of September The many friends of Joseph King will learn with regret that he is about to leave this city to engage in business in Indian apolis Louisville society loses a popular young leader by his departure James J and Miss Louise Shelley were among the Louisvillians sojourning at West Baden Springs during the past week where the latters many charms won for her a host of admirers Dennis Sullivan who has been ill at his home on West Broadway for the past month is reported convalescent It will1 be some time before he can resume his position with the Illinois Central Martin Butler well known to the grocery trade in the West End now asso ciated with George Butler at Twentyfirst and Portland avenue will leave shortly for an extended trip to Pittsburg Among the attractive visitors at Frencht Lick Springs this week were Misses Letatf and Fay Duffy of Jeffersonville and their pretty guest Miss Kate Condon of Knoxville They were accompanied by Mrs J H Duffy friendearc already looking around for weddin presents as they say those two rounders have been captured by a couple pretty sisters in the neighborhood of Eighteenth and Southgate streets Dr Charles Moir who is recognized as one of Louisvilles most skillful and successful physicians accompanied by bi 9 wife and son left Thursday evening for London Canada to spend two weeks visiting with his mother Vinnie Smiths friends are wonderingI what caused the puzzled expression over his face the past week The knowing ones say that it is because of the many suggestions offered him in regard to the naming of the little chap who arrived at his home last Saturday Mr Frank McGrath of 832 Cawthou street is the happy father ofa newly are rived son Among the many who ex tended their congratulations was Mr appreciatena the complimentin season The New Haven Echo in its account of the Young Mens Institute picnic says MisstMaggie Flynn a very charming young lady of Louisville Barney Dawson and Tom Burkholder of this city were guestsrKNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Leave Business Cares Behind and Spend a Pleasant Day la the Country Tie outing given by the Knights of Columbus at the beautiful summer home of Mr E C Bohne at Hubers Ky on Tuesday was a pronounced success in every way An ideal summer day served to add pleasure to an occasion whichwill long be remembered as one of the many happy recreations afforded by the order to its members At 0 oclock in the morning a special train with nearly four hundred passenger- pulled out of the Tenthstreet Union station They comprised those member- who were fortunate enough to be able t attend their wives daughters and imni- diate relatives It took but a short time 16 reach the grounds selected by the committee They are about fifteen mil from the city the home of Mr Bohne truehearted knight who generously do nated them for the day The party spread themselves over the place and among the first things to greet their vision was a tub filled to the brim with tempting icecold lemonade It was only a short time until sites were selected under the abundant shade by the different groups to spread their baskets The coffee lemonade Ice cream and music were furnished by the committee and too much praise can not be accorded them for the success which attended every detail Nothing was lacking that could contribute to the comfort and pleasure of the day The Rev Fathers Logan Raffo Ackerman and Erasmus graced the occa sion by their presence The day was spent in a relaxation from all business cares in pleasing greetings friendly intercourse rustic sports ram bles through the pathless woods in songs dancing and pranks played on members To the new members recently initiated and who have never witnessed any of the orders social affairs it was a revelationthe varied amusements pre dented the liberality displayed together with the unselfish grasp of each others hand the cordial unaffected manner and the efforts all made to make the day a most happy one To the ladies it was a means of becoming acquainted with the associates of their husbands andsons and a relief for them to find that those who share secrets with them were not such a bad set after all To all it was a day full of unalloyed joy serving to cement the bonds of fraternal union and to make them proud of an order which iis doing so much to break down the barriers of selfishness dividing many of the Catholics of the city Mid country and making them realize that after all theirs is but one brotherhood tending to one ultimate aim in the great scheme of creation RECOVERED Mr and Mrs Patrick T Grady leave this evening for their home ia Hannibal1 Mo Mrs Grady was before her marriage Miss Mamie MeehaB daughter of Mrs Mary MeetuUi of JSast Broadway Mrs Grady baa been ill at 3t Josephs Infirmary for several weeks pMt but ia now able to return bone Her rainy friends willl be glad to know of hasprovment The eveUei wealthiest pamana la J Prnsst own topJMOOOdObO n Y co Are If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at t- heLouisville flI Dental Parlors I 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theaters andgall guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACErLouisville Dental Parlors i STn wrw JOMKlellnpenmtlIlJflll ShorTeznz Tjgeufrttiny Tele9ray 011IIIIlzfa Seven experienced each one a specialist in his 01 line Graduates of buts Ican our 11Up Stairs Over English Woolen mils Store One Door Weft of the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at the Mammoths DentalsParlorse436 and 438 W Market Street esSuperb Crown and Bridgework Ele Bestaequipped office in the city LOUIS A r BRORIN6 J Jr D r S PROPRIETOR HUH QUICK MEAL GAS RANGEUnexcelled Molt Popular World Famous Atott Satisfactory Quallt5t10 The past reputation of the QUICK MEAL is the best guarantee for the future It would not be possible to keep the QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE so prominently and favorably before the public were it not for its many excel lent features which are so evident and convincing The QUICK MEAL 9llwaya Qlvc Satisfaction GEHER SONf 214 MARKET Near Second HALF RATES TO LEXINGTON VIA SOUTH ERN RAILWAY August 13 to 18 inclusive the Southern railway will sell roundtrip tickets to Lexington and return for one fare round trip good to return until August 20 on account of Elks fair and horse show 240 round trip from Louisville corre spondingly low rates from intermediate Three regular daily trains in each direction between Louisville and Lexington also special trains between Shelby ville and Lexington leaving Shel byville at 8 a m August 13 15 10 and 18 returning leave Lexington at 030 p in Information at 230 Fourth street Union depot Seventh street Louisville or call on nearest agent of the Southern railway WttMAM H TAVWK AG P A W A TURK G P A sue1 INDIANAPOLIS ANI JUCi Sunday AiigustlS special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 8 oclock a m Returning special train leaves Indianapolis Union depot at 7 ocloc- k6m 1et tickets at dty ticket oIlS ee depotBAgent J How f Your Teeth 9roullzT rite Ofsr Is THE tHElPES TII teachers points RETURN COALI Down f GO 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 325JELLICO 300LAUREL 25Pittsburg Now is the time to buy winterwell screenedJelUco +++++H+U MM H NfW TREBINGS HHOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY American end European Plan 620622 W Market St Louisyllle Ky Telephone 343 1 A dollarpeopleH H tAre Your Savings Earning Something IF NOT You should invest them in the United States Mutual Investment Company For particulars call on L A M GREIF Agent- At Seiberts Wall Paper Store No 445 East Market four doors above Baco- nsJOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF MLAWLERS HH A SUPERIOR 5 OEWVT OIQA1t1207 West Main Street Louisville ELECTRIC FANS J r JJrJrGRONEN 538 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN ANDJi- lANUFACTUAIU ASENT LOUISVILLE KY SpecialtylWiring Telephone ISIS HOSa FLYNNDltUR TN MARBLE AND GRAN- ITEMONUMENTS lis 1 Ita C IiTHE KENTUCKYJRISH AMERICANHas upon its Fourth Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of i Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass WeeklyJournalwhich is printedand mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our f advertisers who should remember the fact r that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville TUB Subscription Price H IS ONLY i1PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word 4 SUBSCRIBE NOWF 8 Z 8 8 Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in I their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class ofOl1r citizens Z Zo Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the KLNTIIGKY1 K IRISHU AMERICANM m N D k52IWESTGRllKSTREEL4 I FRANKFORTI Gov Bccklinin Will Certainly Call Extra Session of the Legislature Not Believed That the Gocbol Law Will Bo Materially Changed Col Percy Haley Again Elected Secretary of Democratic Committee PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS NOTES Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American 1 FRANKFORT August HThe picnic given by the St Aloysius Society on Wednesday last was a grand social as well as financial success The day was an ideal one for an outing and one of the largest crowds that have visited Cove Spring Park this year was on the grounds from early morn till dewy eve They realized a neat little sum which will be used in beautifying their clubrooms and restocking their excellent library with the new books of the day Gov Beckham delivered the address of welcome to the Colored Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows which met in this city Tuesday The A M E church was crowded and many white people were in attendance anxious to here the brilliant young Chief Executive It is believed here that Gov Beckham will poll thou sands of votes this fall that never before were credited to the Democratic ticket many of whom will be the coloredvoters of the State The local lodge of Elks will attend the fair at Lexington on the opening day They will go in a special car and as they are all fine looking men will no doubt make a lasting impression on the hosts that will come to the Bluegrass capital Monday next As yet no official announcement has been made that an extra session of the Legislature will be called but it is gener ally believed by local politicians that the call will be issued either Saturday or Monday next and the General Assembly will meet about September 1 It is not thought by people in a position to know that the Goebel election law will be repealed but that it will be amended so as to carry out the intention of its author who devised it with the intention of hav ing fair elections and when amended it I will it is claimed guarantee a free and fair count of every ballot cast and of course this has aroused the ire and indigo nation of the entire assassination press of I the State iic Col Percival Haley of this city who has again been elected Secretary of the Democratic Compaign Committee will go to Louisville next week to open up headquarters for the Democratic commit teeSergeant Lutkemeier and Stewart Humphrey spent last Sunday in George town visiting friends D P Davis has returned from Cincin nati and leaves for Lexington on Monday next to take in the Elks fair Miss Daisy Olliver of Lawrenceburg is the charming guest of Mrs Prof Neal on the South Side Dr Paul Weitzel the wellknown drug gest of Lexington spent Sunday in this citySergeant D J and Master John Mc Namara arrived in Frankfort Saturday for a weeks visit Col Dan J Hickey the wellknown proprietor the Oakland Bar of Lex ington spent Tuesday with friends in this city It is said that Col John Dolan the popular shoe clerk will in the near future take a trip to Louisville and New Albany Miss Annie Reagan of Anderson Ind is spending a month with her sister Mrs M T Sullivan on Madison avenueD MALL SORTS Alloys used in Japanese bronzes contain a large percentage of lead There are a good many men in this world who would rather have half a loaf than a steady job Dogwood is now used as a substitute for ebony in the making of the dark piano keys IIOver 40000 trees representing 100 different varieties are to be set out in Riverside Park New York Sheets blankets pillows and coverlets or counterpanes were frequent subjects of bequest in the middle ages The British Exchequers balance at the Bank of England on April 1 was 20000 000 greater than a year ago Shears in a steel mill in Coatesville Pa cut a slab of iron four feet wide and two feet thick at one stroke The Farmers International Union has decided to sell milk in Syracuse at four cents a quart the year round The Police Board of Chicago has issued an order prohibiting smoking by policemen in uniform whether OH or off duty Sixtythree years have pawed since the Queen shortly after her accession first took up her residence at Buckingham Palace a mansion whick was built in 1825 at a COt of over a million The opportunity of saintliness comes into our special way of life whatever it maybe All the power which was in the spiritualt heroes of the elder time all the purity which was In tIe virgin saints all the faith whick was wita Med by the great army of martyrs and eonfsMors these all wilt to be incarnated anew in the honesty of your work ia tbe stein courageofyourtcrityHenry IRISH 8OCiEflDIRECTORYAr Lr DIVISION 1 VrMeets and Fourth Tues day Evenings Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohiMulloy a SergeantatArniJohn Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Mouth President William T Meehan Vice President Thomas Campfield MooneyFinancial streetvTreasurer Kciran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings President John Cavanaugh Vice President Michael Hoban Recording SecretaryN J Sheridan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman 117 Twentieth T Treasurer George J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Secondand Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahiff 420 East Gray street LanganTreasurerHarry Sergeant at ArmsJerry Hallahan SentinelWilliam Ansbro i DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Din Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winn FlynnFinancialTreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly President Robert Gleason Vice President John Kinney Recording Secretary Dan Gleason HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording SecretaryWilliam Lawler ByrneTreasurerThomas TarpeySergeantJohn KenneySentinelTimothy rrrrlr rrrrrr l er rrrrrrrrrr I CHAFFear tr l rr rrrrrrs i 0 The newest evolution is the shirt waist man One of this species acknowl edges to having dined in the Waldorf Astoria In New York City without wear ing his coat He did not particularly admire the notice lavished on him by every one in the hall waiters in cluded but he was not discomfited as he ate long and leisurely with the lady who accompanied him From many critics throughout the Union comes a rumor that a Shirt Waist Club for men is the latest After all it is only a matter of custom to wear coats Why can not men be allowed by Dame Etiquette to dress so as to ktep cool as well as women We should not like to be compelled to wear heavy coats at this torrid time and why not extend the sanne privilege to the men Let the Shirt Waist Club go on formingA Hous bolds in Turkey are quite modern in their arrangements among those who like the more enlightened Chinese are anxious to advance with the tide of civil ization But the more conservative ele ment frown on these changes and seek by every means to continue the customs of the olden times In these homes there are no chairs To sit Turk fashion is an expression familiar to every one In the center of the room where the repast is taken a large framework is placed eighteen inches from the floor and on this are many cushions When the men of the family assemble to dine they sit on these cushions tailor fashion around a large tray made of wood or silver accord ing to the means of the family If one of them fishes out of the mess a wing or leg of a fowl and presents it to a guest it is esteemed a great compliment and mark I of favor For a Turk of high degree to roll a morsel between his fingers and put It into his visitors mouth is a still greater honor and an expression of good man ners4wIt is estimated that if all the Territories in the United States not including our new possessions were divided there would be a farm of thirtyone acres for every man woman cud child in the na tion Granting an average of five people to every fancily there would be a farm of 155 acres to each American family In silver bullion eachof tie would have 70 as his share and 1850 iN solid gold + i p Miss Alberta Bell daughter of Mr L Bell formerly of tits Catholic Advocate of this city has gojeto join the Little Sisters of the Poor yieee mother house is ia Rochester New jrk A most esti mable And lovable young woman she will be a right royal sjitkfon to this noble community Q3 The latest idea coiffure is to plait and tie the Itolerably tlong braid at the bask j eel with fancy pins and ribbon school girls wear it Leaders D in the East arc adopting aTbleh iis sid to be very becoming Iptifacw After braiding it most mA up half Its lent thinordrrto t llMWest Many years ago thisatOM fcas ihauguraicd sditt yrowd quite thiof for tin- a hair stores In every case where heads did not produce a sufficient growth of hair long switches were bought and worn to overcome the deficiency so that what was intended only as one of fash ions freaks became a source of trade and pecuniary advantage to at least one de partment of business The necessity of forming a Draconian edict forbidding publication of the assas sins history or describing his personality is considered the best way of reducing the number of criminals who crave the notoriety which newspapers give them Many of this demoralized class acknowl edge their desire for notoriety to be a factor in the commission of their crime To effectually punish this diabolicalsense may help root out at least one criminal instinct and at the same time spare the decent reading public from having their daily paper taken up with full details of the criminals life and exploits accom panied by a reproduction of his unclassi cal features taken from his latest photo graph A purse of 1000 has been collected and presented to Rev Prior Logan by his devoted parishioners He leaves his com munity at St Louis Bertrands on August 12 to go to Denver Col A clever gentle man and devoted spiritual father is heaving his flock and many sighs and prayers will follow trim The war correspondent and novelist Richard H Davis says the Boer war is far from over He contends that knowing their position as he does they can easily keep up a torturing and protracted war for the next two years He was at first with the English army but left it because he could not send out the truth and went to Pretoria Isis words con cerning the Boers both as soldiers and as men are of the most complimentary nature while of the British little that is kind honorable or humane can be told The English are sore because he told so much of the truth against them but he sticks to all he has said Let us hope for the best for the little South African republic The reports for the year just ended show that the population of our country has been increased by 341711 all nation alities included This is the greatest number of immigrants that have reached the United States since 1893 Lake Erie continues to be dragged and divers are still at work in the seemingly vain endeavor to find the bodies of Capt James Corrigans family who were all drowned a month ago by the capsizing of their yacht A boat has been purchased by this millionaire Irishman having two waterproof windows in its bottom with immense electric lights lowered deep into the lake Searching by the aid of these lights for the bodies of his beloved chil dren he stays aboard day and night In one month he has spent 5000 for this purpose but with no results The Ladies Home Journal tells us that sighing is but another name for oxygen starvation The cause is most frequently worry An interval of several seconds often follows moments of mental dis quietude during which time the chest walls remain rigid until the demand is made for oxygen thus causing the in halation It is the expiration following the inspiration that is properly termed the sigh which is merely an effort of the organism to obtain necessary oxygen The remedy is to cease worrying A little philosophy will banish worry at once It will rob us of pleasures when they do come by making us unfit and unable to nejoy them Bishop McFaul of Trenton in an ad dress to the Knights of Columbus on Influence of Organization said It is to be hoped that Catholics as well as non Catholics are now beginning to realize that there is much discrimination against Catholics I would be wanting in my duty did I not urge the necessity of obtaining more Catholic chaplains In the army and navy The right reverend speaker went on to say that owing to the scarcity of chaplains allowed during the Spanish war many men who gave their lives for their coun try had to go forth to meet their God un shriven and without the comforting rites of their faith In union there is strength and a federation of Catholic societies the country over while a menace to none will be a boon to its members The pleasure which one feels when one has done something that causes happi ness in the heart of another is itself a sure recompense for the trouble of giving Notice the contrast between a smile and a frown The eyes beam the lips part and a breath of heaven seems to have dropped for a moment to earth But see the result of a harsh word pictured on the face of the injured onea hateful scowl closed mouth a pained look as though one of Lucifers minions had taken hold of the heart and soul perhaps a curse is hurled at the offender in pay for his cruel word If in a crowd we note carefully the faces of those in conversation we can easily distinguish which are those who give pleasure by kindly words and those as well who by their biting tongues and slanderous lying habits stir up the flames of hades in human hearts Woman naturally is the most beautiful part of Gods creation not only physi cally but psychologically Soft and mild traits are hers naturally The beautiful voice that lifts the mind to the seraphim isi given to her the selfsacrifice that leads her to the battlefield or to be the mother of children is as a strong tree in the native soil of her heart Haying no desire to know evil she Iis the antithesis of her brother wo wants to know it all Vulgarity Is not her birthright she means that from contact innocence is her endowment by wise and good mother Nature But Whets these good and sweet traits degenerate Into ignoble auct selfiali oueI theuia4eed it Iis time tosay j Oh lOCddlIftrWl AMUR NBvnt Cronomuuic i FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS AN- DYI3GI3TABLI3S GO TO WILLIAMM MmL Corner Fifteenth and Maple Sts Try my own make of 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VANK RUED General PiMMiwcr Agent CHIIOCKWBL1irTrf1Ii aManiger W H McDOSI Vrtddeni nod General Manager 0- f II 1a + LABOR OMNIA VINCII- ELEVENTH ANNUAL Labor Day Parade and Picnic AT1 PHOENIX mLJU PARK J JL011clay santanUei 31900UNDER THE AUSPICES OP THE CENTRAL LABOR UNION AMISSION 10 CENTS AFTER 6 P M LADIES AND CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS FREE IivTz1Z1BODY INVITeD + + f4iN44+ ttttH ttMH t IRELANDII I I Record of the host Important ofI the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The four Dublin theaters did a splendid business during the month of July The Waterford regatta held July 16I was a decided success thongh the weather was very hot Andrew OShea has been elected PresiII dent of the East Tipperary Executive Ofl lie United Irish league The latest Dublin exchanges say there is a hopeful prospect of an amicable settlement of the quay labor disputes The strike has affected a large number ofI Dublin laborers- Despite the fact that it was held in theI wilds of Mayo the Hollyniount horseI show was far and away the greatest that has taken place in the West of Ireland Lindsay Fitzpatrick who has been the real pillar of the show has recently badI ai couple of successful sales in London Coroner Morrison of Tipperary held in inquest at Limerick Junction concerning the death of Anne Hanley the unfortunate young girl who was killed by beingrun over near the junction by the Killarney express After hearing the evidence the jury returned a verdict of accidental death A very successful exhibition in con section with time Limerick branch of the Irish Industries Association was held at Menstal the grounds having been kindly ent for the occasion by the owner Sir MiarlesjB Harrington Bart There were ahiplJons bf flowers and cottage garden ng poultry etc and at the close the prizes were distributed by Lady Barring ton The vexed question of dispensary doctors holidays was tettled as far as Dun talk Union is concerned by the adoption by the Board of Guardians of a resolution ixing the period for which doctors substitutes are to be paid at two weeks each the resolution further declaring that any loctor requiring further holidays must pay his own substitute for such extra time as he may require While a number of the Cork militia vere engaged at gun practice with one of the large guns at Port Camden recently an explosion occurred in which the breech was carried away killing John Addis and John Martin The former had his head completely severed from his body Thomas Mahoney Michael Murphy Patrick Armstrong and William Twin were also injured Lord OBrien the Lord Chief Justice of reland and newly elected peer is still letermiued to live out of Dublin Some ears ago he sold his house injhlcrrion quare and rented the Connellys place astletown now in the hands of an Irish Lmeiican millionaire Newlands the fine place now taken by Lord OBrien is also In Kildare lately occupied by Col de lobeck and at one time the residence of a former Lord Chief Justice Lord Kil warden Andrew ODonnell Bridget ODonnell ohn Egan Michael Gallagher and Pat owey residing near Ballaghdereen were charged with the manslaughter of Patrick Lafferty of Kilvalloon on St Pat Jcks day The charge against the girl was withdrawn and the other prisoners pleaded guilty It appeared that the deceased at the time of the row was suffering from the effects of drink and was challenging every one to fight The accused were put back A number of friends of Station Sergeant Dowd who was stationed for over twelve years at Klllothe GraugeCounty Dublin presented that popular officer with a purse of sovereigns on his retirement on full pension front the force The presentation was ably guided by Valentine Grace and formed an extremely pleasant and gratifying mark of Sergeant Jowds kindness of manner and upright ness of character The old officer acknowledged the presentation in a neat ittle speech On Sunday at Dlnckrock a popular easide resort a few miles from Dundalk i little boy named Flanagan son of a- osstable stationed there was run over by a trap driven by a man named Dor rianaad was so severely injured that he ted within a few hours It appears the Ktle fellow was running out from behind a brake when the trap caught him and knocked him down when 9ucof the rkeelB croMci bU body No blame ki l Hacked to the drivut the trap are cUbieffarmer front Knockbrklge At tk KcMoooimou aMM before Jtic doeJobUIPatrickguilluwUcbltFI ith unlawful aaaetubly with arm at ilroaan in the County Roacotntnon on ecottd const- liugIn with unlawfully awe ai I lib meaner sad attempting to I rY1 compel by force threats and menaces possessionIcount with common assault and on a fifth count with assaulting Bernard Cooney After hearing the evidence the jury dis agreedand were discharged The funeral of the late Alderman Joseph Meade whose death caused profound sorrow in Dublin and throughout Ireland took place from St Michaels church on July 17 his remains being interred in Glasneviu Alderman Meade who was at one time Mayor of Dublin was always closely connected with the Parnellite party and a sterling Nationalist Pew men are more popular with the working men of the Irish capital and many of the trades unions and labor organizations turned out to his funeral which was one of the largest seen for a long time Addressing the grand jury of the County Donegal at the opening of the summer assizes for that county at Lifford Justice Madden said there were only five bills to go before them four of which were cases of the most ordinary charac ter lie was happy to observe from the reports laid before him and from an in terview with those responsible for theI peace of the district that this light calen dar represented the general condition of the county with regard to crime He hoped it might be always his good for tune on returning to their interesting and beautiful county to congratulate them on the continuance of such a very satisfac tory and happy state of affairs A young Clongowes student named Lynam who is at Dundalk on a visit to his uncle P J Lynam County Surveyor has been th ylctimof a very re grettable accidentt ltfappears lie found an old revolver which had nott been used for nearly a scoreof years got some cartridges and proceeded to experiment with the weapon He loaded only oneI chamber and was turning the others round when the cartridge exploded and the bullet struck hint in the head graz ing his skull He was attended by several medical men who found that he suffered from concussion of the brain but fortunately the skull was not frac tured and the boy is progressing favor ably A serious riot took place at Scarva after the conclusion of the sham fight which is annually held in that village A force of fifty men from the Couuty Meath were drafted in to assist the local force and all were in charge of County In spector Murphy of Trim About 4 oclock a man was arrested for assaulting the police and as the prisoner was being taken to the police barracks a crowd of about 1500 attacked the barracks in a most determined manner with stones and sticks breaking nearly all the glass in the windows and doing other damage to the premises County Inspector Loch ordered the batons to be drawn and charged through a side door on the crowd who fled but reassembled several times and it was only after five different baton charges that order was restored County Inspector Loch was struck with a stone but fortunately the injury was not seri ous Several of the police were also struckwith stones but the injuries were slight RECENTDEATHS The funeral of Mrs Hannah Thornton eighty years old and for many years re siding on Twelfths street took place Thursday morning from St Patricks church Her death was due to the in firmities incidental to her advanced age Mrs Hannah Bead died early Wednesday morning at her residence 1027 Rowan street afteria lingering illness of consumption She wS in her thirty seventh year and her husband and three children remain to mourn her Idss Her funeral took place from St Patricks church Thursday horning with solemn requiem mass HANDSOME SUM REALIZED =The outing at Phoenix Hill Monday night for the beaet of Father Whites church in Cliftoa was thoroughly pleas ing to all who attded Though the park was at uo tamei fcrowded the burn realized was very gratifying Messrs Owen HcCanti Tiboatas Hannan and Owen Keiran mni4 every oiie happy MOLDBKSMBXCURSION e IThe annual ciwwlioit of Iron Molders rUnion No 16 wkm takes place at Fern Grove on Monday August aO will afford in excellent opyptaptky Cora day of tnJ9yntaad ffit President John CI1 uahwtl1be plenty of miMetncnt naerql order always peevalla sad U MMfteat band ha been eUredfortbn According to 1 Review only 1 par smut fUpiU in American 141 IebClOla I U r l 4 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenernl- New5 Notes Division 1 meets Tuesday night Le there be a good turn out Many members would like to know what has become of Lawrence Mackey Division 4 will soon adopt new rule for the guidance of its relief committee- A division lias been organized in Rut land Vt with eightyfour charter mesa bersJudge Shine the newly elected State President should visit the Louisvilli divisions before long John Hennessy and Pat Fitzgerald did the right thing for the Kentucky Irish American Wednesday night The Hibernian Knights of Provident expended 1387 for their new uniforms There are fortyseven members in the companyDivision 4 made another substantial gain in membership this week Treasure Harry Brady says this division must con tinue the leader Pat Glenn the well known Louisville Nashville railroad supervisor and John Mangan were initiated into Division 4 Wednesday night- Wi11lfcCarthy James Dougherty Pal Donahue and Martin Mullen ore now members of Division 4 their transfer having been accepted The scheme of a compulsory death benefit for every member of the order was adopted at the convention held at Kingston Canada last mouth Dominick Burke after a long and serious illness was given a hearty greeting upon his reappearance by the members ol his division Wednesday night The picnic given at Sugar Grove Wednesday by Division 1 of New Albany was largely attended and proved the en joyable event that we had predicted Will Miller escaped from his Hibernian friends Wednesday evening The attrac tion on the moonlight excursion was irre sistible President Hennessy will get hint soon John Burke and Pat Manion members of Division 4 left Thursday afternoon for San Francisco They carry many messages to Dan Harnedy While here they were with the Louisville Nashville The feature of the last meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of East Boston was the entertainment and collation which followed the installation of officers Members of Division 4 were present as guests of the evening A picnic will be hed at Schlitz Park on Saturday August 18 under the auspices of the Milwaukee Hibernians The ladies ore taking an active part in assisting the gentlemen in arranging for this years celebration About forty representatives of the order met last month in Trenton with the New Jersey State officers for the purpose of drafting a new constitution and bylaws for the State and county boards Eve county was represented ryE Division 10 of Waltham Mass is remarkably healthy one having l 3000 in the treasury and considerable talent among Its members a feature that would insure success to any organization This division is noted for the excellence of its degree staff divisions in the surrounding towns often sending requests for its services Committees have been appointed by the divisions having their headquarters In the Blackstone Valley Rhode Island for holding a field day under their united auspices The games will be held a Pawtucket on Saturday September 18 Lively interest will be taken in the games and promoters are most sanguine about their financial and athletic success ANOTHER PROMOTION Few men have advanced more rapi9jl ho holPasbeenoreroom of the National Foundry This tcognitioa of his worth is gratifying to his fellow workmen and particularly hose with whom he was long associated itt the Louisville Nashville shops LEPPINOS TURTLES John Lepping the popular Eighth tract grocer has a pleuiuK little surprise n store for his friends this evening A ouIiilU gentlenua who has been hunt Jnc in the South shipped him two fine nrtlea thla week which he will have Mmd up in excellent ttyletonight This wtllbe tbrea thing Lord Robert England doaih iest- irarTICIcteiaba AUtt1e mon than 100 poaa ii m JOIN B CASTIHMAN ARTHUR G LANGHAM BRKCKIN Royal Insuran o OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COlildNY IN Tin WORLD BARBEE CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department KYOOLUMBIAI FRANK FEHR BREWING G0 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY f I RAFFOS I Cr I Nothing oJ sold but E 1 I guaranteed goods Suits on Display windows Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville = A store where quality is of first =place where you treated right and money back Eif you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con =sistent with the goodness of time goods New lines w of highgrade articles constantly stock You will like to trade here once you have tried it 3Haulms and Moving Attended To 321 1WESTI I I f7ill111111111111111111111111111111111 111111iil1ilill111111111111111111111 f4t i Ii11B IOII RI IO II II Ii BH 1B M111oo11 MOllililldilt Gompanll = DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFII= ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND IIAribuflonuments 1II Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET i UIBIInunIftI4UUftJil IftIIDIIZIZXIIIiIIIII t tt H + t t tt tt t tt + H +t t tt t H t tt++HH it The Latest Out for Summer Wear IMPORTED Flannel H Goods in our considerationa are in X1600 Made To Order Cap of same material made free of charge Headquarters for all kinds of ttGUlrFOYLim For Hot SIMONS Weather I Itsee TailorsI r and Importers J 604 W Marketr f 1I 11111 l llllA AllllAll l I lAlA T A lT mDANIEL DOUGIiERTY THOMAS KEENAN J DouOh6rtu K6611d1- 1UNDERTAKERS I 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenths L PION 2402 OartrJagcs Furnlshctl VWiN +