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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e sr I KENTUCKY IRIIIOAMERICANVOLU- MEVINO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 4 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS GRAND SIGHT Thousands of Devout Catholics f jolii In Making the Jubl= Ileo Visits Was the Most Impressive Religious Parado Ever Witnessed Here I Churches Thronged by Those u Seeking to Gain the Indulgence WILL BE REPEATED FOUR SUNDAYS I The most impressive religious proces- sIon ever witnessed in Louisville was that which occurred last Sunday afternoon ousands of devout Catholics with their pastors marched f7tlhtylliurch to another making their jubilee visits As stated last week special dispensa tion was granted the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society and all accom panying them whereby they could make the jubilee and gain the indulgence therefor by visiting the four designated churches on five consecutive Sundays The simple announcement was sufficient to assemble a throng that numbered thousands at St Boniface church at 4 oclock where the first prayers were said The gathering was so great that it had to be divided into four sections First prayers were recited at St Boniface church and then the procession formed and marched to the Cathedral From there the march was continued to St Marys at Eighth and Grayson and then proceeded to St Patricks whichwas reached about C oclock where the serv ices for the day were concluded The sight bf so many Catholic men offeringprayers not for worldly success but for the salvation of their souls was an inspiring one and speaks volumes fo- rthse who participated besides giving assurance that there is in this community a powerful element that will always pro tect and safeguard the good name of Louisville This event shows the democ racy of the Catholic church in a striking manner Side beside were clergymen lawyers doctors merchants manufacturers and laboring men with all distinctive lines obliterated in the endeavor to carry out the wishes of the Holy Father in doing honor to God and their church Father Bax read the prayers and one paper says the responses sounded like the muffled peal of an organ There was none of the usual display of the church exhibited and many were impressedwith the exceeding simplicity and the devo tion manifested For the next four Sundays these visits will be made and there is no doubt but that the number will be largely aug mented Those not takingadvantage of this opportunity will be required to make fifteen visits to each of the churches which has already been done by many MARRY YOUNG Father Hogans Preaching has Begun to Bring About Weddings Rev Thaddeus Hogan of the Sacred Heart parish of Trenton N J who has been urging the younger members of his church to marry early finds many returns to his preachings Engagements are beingannounced rapidly Father Ho galls advice is to marry early in life thereby shunning evil associates thus saving earnings no matter how small they may be remaining at home with ones family instead of walking the streets and placing ones self in full view of the temptations of the evil world The question ofsalary said the priest should be no bar against this step A young man earning 10 a week and upward could keep a wife just as well as he can pay Iaweek for board and attend the opera every night and take in all sorts of amusements The young girls should take this advice home to them selves too They are as responsible as the young men They will not marry a young man nowadays unless he is earn fag a large salary so they can dress in silks and satins and make a greet show ingon the streets If this step is not taken early in life the young man forever abandons the idea of marrying after he hiss passed the twentyfiveyearmark tt Father Hogan has been preaching thus for along time bUtnot until recently dido he insiat on the mater being considered seriously The population of the Sacred Heart parish la the largest in the city and there were fewer marriages in this church in the past year than any other S Roman Catholic church in Trenton The ofpriestu the Sacred Heart church should select a partner for life in thatparisband not go to the extreme end of the city to another church of the same faith just to marry awayfrom hove Father Hogan has been iin his pariah p for nearly thirty yurt He is the oldeat priest iu Trentmi The first couple to 7 announce tltemielves for the matrimonial Mate sirae PathsrHorana sermon two wicks ago were George Heath arpormhr young clerk of bis parish and Miss Mar garatFaiuel a recent nAiate of the State Normal School Neither has reached majority GAELIC GAMES The Hibernians May Arrange For Real Old Irish Field Day During the past few weeks there has been some talk of an event here that should interest Hibernians all over Ken tucky and also the neighboring States The suggestion will soon be submitted to the County Board whose action thereon will be eagerly awaited Just think a real old Irish field flay with Gaelic games that call for the best athletic development Nothing of the kind has ever been attempted here and were it properly placed before the public the sport would be witnessed by thou sands Make it strictly a Hibernian affair none but members of the order to compete in the several athletic contests Irish music Irish dances Irish games There wopld be a feast of pleasure and would call back the old days when the sons and daughters of Erin enjoyed themselves in their native land despite he tyranny of a despotic Government The st gSCSipn is aso made that the of the constitudivisions procure co avj tion of the Gaelic Athletic ASon of Dublin Such an affair should attract an audience of 15000 peopl- eSPLENDID MEETING New Louisville Jockey Club Scoring an Unqual Ifled Success This years meeting of the New Louis ville Jockey Club surpasses all others iu the turf history of Kentucky Each day the weather has been all that could be desired the attendance large and each race filled The track hiss been fast and every ruling has been most satisfactory not a single protest having yet been heardThe card for next week is an excellent one every day having races that will bring forth all the cracks of the turf Monday the great Clark States will be decidedand besides the stars of the Derby there will be several other fleet onesTuesday a large field will contest the Wenonah States for twoyearolds and geldings andon Weiinesuay the even will be the Frank Fehr Stakes besides which President Schulte andSecretary Dressen have arranged purses for some of the most exciting and well filled races of the season Thursday there will be five events in cluding selling purse and handicap races and on Friday the care embraces the Juvenile Stakes the Gentlemens Cup and three others The meeting closes Saturday with the Kentucky Oaks for which there has always been great rivalry The rest of the days programme will be announced Thursday afternoon ST PETERS CHAIR The actual material chair of St Peter is stow venerated in his basilica in Rome and enshrined in the splendid bronze throne supported by colossal figures of fourdoctors of the churchSts Ambrose Augustine Athanosius and Chrosostom the whole weighing 219000 Roman pounds The actual seat is a simple oak chair which only in the ninth century was adorned in front with ivory plates Until the time of Alexander VHP the position of the relic frequently changed In the oldest cbki of St Peter built by Constantine between 320 and 350 the chair had a place of honor at one of the sides in the baptismal chapel erected by Pope Damasus In those days the Roman Pontiffs used to seat themselves upon this chair in order to administer confirmation to the neophytes just baptized In the eighth century contemporary pictures represented the chair as kept in the ora tory of St Leo Archaeologists like De Rossi and Marucchi have proved the ex istence of this venerable relic as far back as the second century Even at that time it was looked upon with the highest veneration as a material proof of the apostolic succession In the sixth cen turytheAbbot John is recorded as hav ing carried some of the oil from the lamp ever burning before the apostolic throne to the Lombard Queen Thcodolinda London Tablet ALWAYS SMILING A happy face may and often does con ceal an aching weary heart Qften we remark about certain persons How happy they appearl They are always goodnatured and their cup of joy must be full Still at the same time a turbulent l Sea of sadness and despair may be raging within while without all Is glossed by apparent serenity and happiness They are fighting lifes battle nobly courageously awl giving a noble example to be followed Even tbough IIdiscourageII make others happy and a smiling face I will do wonders for those about us DARK CANDIDATE For same days pMt there hia been talk IlIn Certain quartet that the R pubHeus f would present a dark horse candidate for s faapirrwtsfand James GriniteVl laaiC from informa i reliableII sources the will base only candidates TWENTY Societies Scud Delegates to the Catholic Union Meet Jug Sunday Lawyer Thomas Walsh Delivers au Interesting and Pleas- Ing Address Delegates and Alternates Who Will Attend National Convention IMPORTANT TOPICS WERE DISCUSSED The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Union last Tuesday night at Sa tom Council Hall was largelyattended delegates from twenty societies being present The proceedings were interesting and instructive throughout the im portant Copies being ably discussed by such well known citizens as PJ Dowl ing John Rudd James Rogers John t c tosJoii Rogers John Barrett George Lautz PatI William C Smith John Crotty James B Dr Clark and Dr Lammers The question of the erection of a building occasioned some spirited remarks though no definite action was taken President McDermott occupied tlu chair Secretary Cooney read a letter from Henry Frese of Erie Chairman of the National Committee on Organization setting forth the reasons why the pro posed national convention to be held at Cincinnati had beep postponed The Committee on Plan and Scope were not ready to report but were sending out letters to cities where federations now exist and urge first the formation of local and then State and national Federations Communications were also received concerning the Ohio State Federation which meets at Cincinnatti on Monday and tile invitation to the union to visit the same was accepted The committee appointed to nominate delegates to the National convention recommended Ilona Edward J McDermott and Dr J W Fowler with John J Sullivan and William C Smith as nUernatest and theywere1chosen acclamation The special committee of which John Crotty was Chairman made its report which was received with favor Representatives of the union will in the near future visit the various Catholic societies for the purpose of having them all affiliated Miss Mary Sheridan head- Ing this committee After the regular order had been goue through President McDermott introduced the speaker of the evening Thomas Walsh the well known attorney Mr Walsh spoke very eloquently on the various matters that bad been dis cussed at the meeting He said that whether the union failed or not those who bad promoted it would deserve the highest praise for the hearty work that they had done Mr Walsh declared the meeting reminded him of a joke he had read in Puck on and Irishman The Irishman had his corn oats and potatoes planted when along came a dry season and there was nothing but dry weather no relief in sight so he got down on his knees and prayed to the good Lord to send a rain and was delighted to see clouds gathering in the west He watched them from his window spread ing all over the place andover his farm accompanied by thunder and a great wind and he knelt down and thanked God for sending the rain But though there was great thunder and the wind wes blowing furiously there was little or no rain at all so Pat got down and his whole family with him and prayed that there would be a little less thunder and wind and a little more rain He stated that was what some of the members of the union desired a little less thunder and wind and a little more rain or results He also stated hat the meetings had been useful in the manner of showing different views on the matters discussed He then went on to show how the union could be made useful locally and suggested several objects which could be treated Mr Walsh related several of his experiences locally in the matter of attention paid to organizations in com parison to the attention paid to individ uals He then spoke of the good that could be accomplished by having ana tional organization referring to the mat ter of the Indian schools etc As the objects had been pretty well discussed Mr Walsh said he would close by read ing a poem which had been published in the Boquet of Boston and republished severalother Catholic journals Steadily the light iis sailing it 1is passing boas the sky And I see a darkness trailing through the lowlands coming nigh Every moment I hear Upplng on my win down with affright And I see a phantom flapping iu black pinion in the night Now and then I hear the catting of strange iceafrota afar And lIMe a meteor falling iron the heAv tNlHeatar Owls are bribting hooting eijlleKlt1 4ma1itlldet Where ft torrent dacha only now find then within the wood theII For I hear its garments trailing by my palace on the lawn Everywhere the glootn increases and tis growing dark and still And the hollow blast how ceases though lightning on the hill Somewhere near I heir a river passing with a sullen roar I And a sable bark forever rides at anchor rm its shore 1Down the shoreway tvanr going to take I passage in the hark r- On the current that is flowing seaward far into the dar Seaward where rough waves are bound lug and we hear while tempest 1BeUsj resounding dis orally along the deep What to me are now the glories of the kingdoms of the earth Or the fame and IdlE stories of their royalty and worth What to pie the pomjj and splendor of great Venices and Romes With the moonlight shining tender on their palaces and domes What to me all hu ila power though it reach from shorefto shore When I hear at this dark hour death there tapping at the door Like the clouds depart from heaven and their rosy peaks decay Or like rainbows melt now their grandeur fades away For like undulating billows or dim shadows on the mere Or soft wings auiongfthe willow they v arise and disappear Now dni simple act of merit that my memorY a cll Is far sweeter to myitihan their glories one and aM s For a glass of water giV n or a noble act donetWill heaven than a kingdom lost or wan Now my only hope ofd wer with sweet consolation ritejjf Is of kindly deeds iHjlower down the pathway of rayilue Is of gentle words tvjtjspoken to the erring and the friillt And the pledges keptlunbroken made beside the chance rail And behold the highe beauty in my life I now can fine gWas the doing my sliAnte duty in the asstVasndered my Redeemer and my GilHj 1 And the succor thittj6g ered those afflicted byr r Thesesweetfuttrsreiies n 1 sae like a south wind breathingbalm Or like melodies that fill me with a deep and holy calm President McDermott then stated New ton G Rogers would read a paper at the next meeting He called upon James Kelly who made a short address desig nating various ways in which the Catholic Union could work He referred to Father McCarthys organization in Brook lyn which had acted upon the sugges tion of the Popes encyclical on labor in forming an organization similar to our Business Womens Club which had ac complished much good Mr Kelly is a very bright and forceful speaker and was listened to with attention throughout his talk which on account of the late ness of the hour he made very short SUMMER OUTING Discussed Thursday Night by the IrishAmerican Society Thursday night there wasa fine meet ing of the IrishAmerican Society though the absence of President Nevin and Sec retary Byrne was regretted Their chairs were filled by Tom Tarpey and Tom Claire each of whom gave general satis faction John M Cunningham was init iatedand obligated Reports showed all members emplyed and none on the sick list Mike Frauds introduced the matter of a summer outing which should be in the nature of a grand IrishAmerican picnic and reunion The question was warmly debated and then referred to Messrs Joe Byrne Tom Claire and our reporter who will submit their recommendation next meeting night The motion to create a committe on han was also the occasion for spirited talks by Messrs WM Murphy John Flynn William Lawler Tom Camfield Pat Connaughton Mike Francis John Kenney and others The motion carried and Chairman Tarpey named Phil McGovern Thomas Claire and William Lawler as such committee The society voted to purchase twenty five tickets for the exhibition for Miss Blanche Mitchell which takes place at Macauleya on Tuesday May 21 Tom Camfield John Keatiey and Pat CnaughtOil were warmly greeted after aa absence of some time The next meet I ing should be rousing one OETTIWl READY The St Aloysius Society baa secured Phoenix lull Park for a picnic on Wednesday June 19 This society which is composed of prominentI people of the last Bd will meet tomorrow after rmass at St Aloyaina school hall to arrange for the event when Or Clark lthe President will appoint committees klarge dacaJated O If a fishbone gets into the throat be yond reach swallow at oarsi the white of an egg and It will generally carry down 1 the offending bone MARTINELLI Formally Notified of Ills Eleva tion by Pope Leo to the Cardiimlatc Ceremony Took Place at the Papal Legation at Na tions Capital The Red Hat Placed Upon His Head by Monsignor Conaty OATH WAS ADMINISTERED THURSDAY Cardinalelect Martinelli Tuesday even ing received from the hands of a member of the Papal Guard of Pope Leo XIII Count Stanislaus Colacicchi who has just arrived from Rome the consistorial letter formally advising him of his eleva tion to the Cardinalate and the redzuch etta emblematic of that high office The ceremony which was brief and simple occurred at the Papal legation in the presence of a number of church dignitaries Count Colacicchi wore his full uniform including massive helmet anda sweeping white cloak heavily braided with gold falling to his feet The Cardinalelect was attired in the rich silken robes of an Archbishop He was attended by Monsignor Conaty rector oTHli Catholic University also in his silken vesrtll sits while in a circle before the group were rauged the company Invited to witness the cereffioay Putting aside his cloak Count Colacic= chi saluting the Cardinalelect handed him a letter which was read aloud and proved to be the credentials of the official messenger Then a second letter was handed to the Cardinalelect who ran through it and handed it to Bishop Kei ley of Savannah to be read It was as followsFrom the Secretary of State Rome April 151901To Monsignor Sebastian Martinelli In the secret consistory of this morning His Holiness designed to elevate to the sublime dignity of the Cardinalate Monsignot Sebastian Martin elli This gracious and sovereign favor- ishtaughtto1henot1ceofY011reminence for your knowledge and guidance M CARDINAL RAMFOMA When the letter had been read Count Colacicchi opened a small red morocco caSe and took therefrom a red silken zuchetta or Cardinals skull cap Dr Conaty removed the purple cap from the head of Monsignor Martinelli and the latter placed the red cap of high office in its stead Count Colacicchi in addressing the Cardinal referred to the long and emi nent services of Monsignor Martinelli his unfailing devotion to the church and to the SupremePontiff and expressed the hope that the blessing of long life would be given the Cardinal Cardinal Martinelli spoke briefly He referred to the Illustrious house from which Count Colacicchi descended So far as he himself knew the favor which the Sovereign Pontiff had deigned to show him was not due to the humble services he had been able to perform but to the graciousness of the Pontiff himself and as in the past be had always sought to promote the interests of the Pontiff and of religion so with the help of God he would continue those labors A dinner given by the Cardinal to his guests closed the days ceremonies The taking of the oath by the new Cardinal will not take place till next week Cardinal Martiuelli was administered the oath for his new office Thursday at the Papal legation in Washington when he also subscribed his signature to the papers that will be forwarded to Rome A GIRLS HOUSEHOLD DUTIES A young girl who has but recently left school and has hardly fitted into the home life as her mothers right hand often becomes quite lazy and neglectful without realizing the fact in the least Hverygirlwho is not thoroughly selfish is anxious to lift some of the burden of household management from hermothers shoulders but unfortunately many girls wait to be asked instead of being oil the lookout for little duties which they are capable of doing If you would be of any real use In the home you must be quick to notice what wants doing the room that wants dusting the flowers re arranging a crooked blindand dont be only willing to do things but to do them pleasantly without looking a martyr Also do things regularly not off and on The latter gives more trouble to the per son who has to remind you than if she had the doing of them herself Have a definite day and a definite time for all you do Begin at once after breakfast and lw p steadily on till alf ybur work is done It is not easy work but it k quite iblefm a daughter to make up a good deal of homes sunshine and it to only when she has learned this that she is fit to go away and be the sunshine of liar own BARD TO EAT- TSuyonngermergben of Division 4 of lite Ancient Order of Hibernians are at preeeat engaged in organia base ball club for the coming season cod when completed the teem will be a hard one to d beat A challenge is hereby issued toi any other division or IrishAmerican ffraternal society in the city All com munications should be addressed to Secretary John J Grogan 1710 Seventh street I LAID TO REST Mrs Margaret Hines Passes Away After Long and Lseful Life Mrs Margaret Hines widow of the late Martin limes and for the past forty nine years an esteemed and highly re spectedresident of Louisville died last Sunday afternoon at the family residence 1723 Pope street Though having at tained almost three score and ten she maintained all her faculties and sur rounded by her children and relatives shscalmly awaited the summons which released her from ail earthly cares forti fied by the sacraments of her church Mrs Hines was a devout Cathplic being for years one of the prominent members of St Aloysius church her advice and counsel always being highly prized Among her wide circle of friends she was known as a lovable and Christian woman Three daughters all of whom are married survive her They ore Mrs Douglas Masterson Mrs William Red dington and Mrs Edward Shadburne Mrs Catherine Casey of 1330 Payne street is her only surviving sister Her funeral took place from St Aloy sins church Rev Father OGrady the celebrant of the requiem high mass preaching a touching sermon in which he dwelt at length upon the many virtues of the deceased and the high esteem in which she was held by all who knew her The church was thronged with sorrowing friends and relatives and a long line of carriages followed the remains to St Louis cemetery where they were tenderly iaiiVlO rest amid embankments of flowers Her life waHrhiY2 nd all pray that her soul may rest in peAcC GOOD FOR THEM Louisville Irishmen Secure Contract For Boston Aqueduct Dennis Shanahah Sons of this city who are kmowu as the most successful1 contractors In this country were this weekasSartle xorkloulheaquedactfoc- the Boston waterworks which will amount to over 000000 The Shanahans only recently com pleted a 2500000 contract on the Chi cago drainage canal and they now have contracts under way with the Chespeake Ohio railroad aggregating over 1000 000 This firm also had the contract and built the Richmond Niclolasville Irvine Beatlyville railroad hich was their largest undertaking in Kentucky The new work will not be completed for a year and the younger members of the firm who are well known and highly regarded in business and social circles in Louisville will be missed though their many friends are gratified over the success of these enterprising Irishmen MACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Councils last meeting was more largely attended than for some time past there being but few vacant chairs when President Dan Cunniffe took his seat An immense amount of busi ness was transacted and the proceedings were spirited and interesting All are looking forward to the annual outing in June The weekly euchres have been rev sumed and are now more enjoyed than ever REFUSED PAYMENT Mrs Mary McNamara a widow has sued the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company for the payment of two policies aggregating over 500 on the life of her son Michael McNamara who was killed in the Galveston disaster The jury should allow her the full amount and costs Foreign corporations should be made to pay as do those at home and whichare deserving of better patronage BALL PLAYER DEAD Tom Esterbrook the once famous ballplayer and Captain of the Louisville club jumped from a train near New York last Wednesdey and received injuries which caused his death For two years he was afflicted with mild dementia and was on his way to the Middletown State Hospital iu charge of his brother and a friend when be plunged through a window and fractured his skull CONVALESCING The many friends of Mr Thomas Justa the genial and accommodating Superin tendent of St Francis Ifall will rejoice over the news that he is now convalescent after a long and serious illness at his home 951 Fifth street His presence in the library where he is most mlasedt is anxiously awaited by its manypatrons DEAD SOLDIERS MASS 00The anniversary requiem high mass for the repose of the soul of William t Higglns the young soldier who Moat his life in Philippine Islands was celebrated at the Sacred Heart church Moo day morning hy Kv John J Higgins who came here from jballtN Yl fez that purpose 1 The Tipsier wakes twothirds of the moiae but the ben does all the work c FRANKFORT Death of Mrs William Cn Causes Profound Sorrow Miss Maynie Cadets to Cbiin Her Musical Studied Europe Miss Nonio Parker and James Sullivan Will Wed in June ALL IS QUIET AT THE STATE CAPITA Special KentuckyIrisn FRANKFORT KY May 2 Everything socially personally and politically has been exceedingly quiet at the usually gay State capital for the past week or two and news items of that nature are excee ing scarce While there are rumors numerous June weddings and pefha strong grounds for said rumors yo correspondent is not at liberty b meritii the names of the happy young couples present as it is a delightful secre known by almost every one except tIJ happy young contracting parties It hi always been conceded that June is most delightful month of the yea enter upon the happy sea of matrim and the young people of the capital evidently are of that opinion 09 ffu announcements will prove beyond shadow of a doubt On Wednesday afternoon June n till Church of the Good Shepherd marriage of two of the most pel yoTfilg pe8plalmi Frankfort wil solemnized when Mis7l7oniPadcsJi James Sullivan will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev T Si Major the pastor Miss Parker fis one of Frankforts most popular and charm= olagchief operator in the local office of the East Tennessee now Cumberland Tele phone Company Her polite and most accomodating manner made hundreds of friends both in andout of the city Mr Sullivan has been for r ere ager of EostTenriesses Telephone Com pang now Cumberland office in this city and is recognized as one of Frank forts leading young business men who has by close attention to business buijy- up a splendid patronage forh49 company The many friends of the happy young t couple tender best wishes for a long life of happiness and prosperity Blactfoot Tribe Independent Order of Red Menwas organized in this city last week by Messrs Jones and Clifford of Louisville with a charter membership of fiftyseven names The lodge was organizedwith the usual formalities and ceremonies of the order which are very impressive and all members are enthus iastic for the success of the Tribe andv as the charter will remain open until May 31 and the initiation fee will not be raised until after that day the present numbcrwill doubtless be augmented by many more before June 1 Lost week the sad intelligence reached this city of the death of Mrs Will Gush lug nee Katie Collins at the Lome of her husband in Louisville To many of her numerous friends in this city the in telligence came in the nature of a sad shock while others who knew that the dread disease consumption had vera1 months ago fastened itself upon her were daily expecting it Mrs Cushing was only married a little over a year and had everything to make a young couple happy when the dread monster death came and blighted the happy home Dorn and reared in Frankford Mrs Cushing was known and liked by a large circle of friends and acquaintances fivho doubtless last week shed a tear upoubertt bier when the last sad rites were said by v Father Major who only a few short i months ago pronounced the solemn and binding words of the marriage ceremony jl To the heartbroken husband father at mother and sorrowing relatives goes o the heartfelt sympathy of their scores friends in this city who had known tht deceased from childhood and hope that she has safely reached that haven of rest there to enjoy forever that celeetialibliss realized only by the elect Lieut William Lutkemeier and John W Gayle spent Sunday very pleasantly In Georgetown Messrs John J Nugent William Maher and Sid Hughes of Lexington spent Sunday with friends in the capital city The many friends of Miss Mayme Caden of Georgetown who has often visited in this city and Lexington wilL Mar8leaveat the best conservatories in the old world Miss Caden is a graduate ofu Cardome at Georgetown tub State and early exhibited a phenomenal talent for music During the past two years she has been studying under the direction of one of the finest teachers of music In this country at Cardome and now goes to complete h course at the leading acade mite abroad She ties a delightful per sonality and has thmany qualifications qiiwlly found iu the charming Kentucky girl dwilt doubtless add many ceX friends to her circle before ahe returns to ICcotiJcky from her European tour t DJM4r s n rtt QlSTUOKYIRgIHA IICSA1ST KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN hvotad to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana VXLLXAlII M HIGGINS p1bUber- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postoftlce as SecottdCUas Matter iMiMiall Comcflilctllonilolbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street USVILIrE KY SATURDAY MAY 4 1901 CUSES OF SLATE FIXTURE excuse put forth by the ma tat it costs too much to pro Ide a primary election is scarcely 6gical Nowadays it is a wel known fact that everyman offerin lor important position must have a nRerable amount of cash The that he ought secure his own irty nomination practically with outcast in fact beset up by a few powerful men behind the machine in order that he may have more ash wherewith to fight his politics pponents is not founded on right nd justice Any aspirant who has ash to make a race when nomi Vied ought at least be willing tto pend some of it in securing his imination by fair means This iis pecially true when by ever ans in their newer the peopl ake it evident that they favor imary as the fairest method pose In all seriousness the Kentucky Eh American expresses its con Lion that the people of Louisville people of Kentucky generally eartily weary of seeing a few constituted leaders get together fter year and in the riv c- te c amber fix up a slate of candidates without a moments regard to the wishes of thos who are to do the voting It is in credible that such leaders shoul believe they better know whom the L people want than the voters do themselves The method is one that has obtained for a longtime it is true but at Ykisbecoming tryannous Some fine morning the slate fixers will wake up and find t their great slate split fromTeen to eend Any aspirant anxiou to hold office must of necessity be equally anxious to obtain it lion estly So far as we know most of those at present before the people are willing the people should have fa voice in making selection f IN THE NAME OF MORALITY There are bad very bad women wicked degraded cruel a menace nuisance curse to a community Indeed the vilest creature is a degraded womanabout the only being that utterly loses all self respect Still she is a woman and f as such should be respected by all claiming decency Respect for wo I plan is the basis of morality and however pretentions it may be there isnoi real morality that lacks respect for woman We are aware there are those who distinguish between bTa lady and a woman but there is no real difference as to respect and e who has not respect for woman J Has but a sham respect for the lady Christian civilization is most at variance with pagan barbarism in tit teaches and requires respect woman however ignorant eked degraded she may beshe a woman and morality demands she be respected as such The law must restrain and punish women as well as men but the restraint and punishment must be within bounds of decency and pri acy not required with men lest morality be shocked decency out raged and disrespect for woman be Tostered and immortality encour jed The degraded woman subjected to punishment may feel no humiliation but the moral sense of pe publici the opinions and ideals- f proprietyof moral truth and worth may be shocked if totdi8 torted to the vile and licentious tlnd when such fc enacted byoffii hera oftheiaW in obedience to lecree of court it is worse aud fcjore far reaching ail having the tign of law and seems there and its ecceptaneeIathe more ready and effect more immediate and lasting We can not but condemn the stripping and whipping in public cof two women in Suffolk Va last week They were no doubt degraded wretches of whom the community shouldberidj their presence as well as conduct a menace to the morals of the city but there was no occasion for the shockingly indecent spectacles stripping and whipping them iin public Such vulgar brutality wilt not prove conducive of morals A man may be stripped and whippet in public with a beneficial effect tto the public as well as a humiliation to him and a deterrent to othe vicious characters but not a woman especially one of that character She has lost all sense of humiliation Women of her kind may feel embittered but not deterred from evil and the effec on the community is best illustrate among the savages where such beastly scenes are common and where morality is of course un known There can be no defensejpf Lte vJiiDjjfegiftr this age It1 was revoltingly immoral even though done in the name of morality Suffolk may get rid of an undesirable class but it will not gain in morals and decency by such barbarous methods of suppressing immortality which make a vulga and degrading exhibition ofwoman by stripping and whipping her in public If those women deserved whipping decency demands that iit should have been administered iin private WHAT WILL ENGLAND DO Russia and France have packer the cards again in the Chinese game England is particularly anxious tha no power obtain territory and per sisted till all agreed they would not accept territory in satisfaction for damages Then they began fixing a value on their claims The Unites States urged that the amount be within the possibility of China to pay and that she be given time to pay This was not agreeable and the United States virtually withdrew and the powers have presented their bills of damages aggregating 600000000 China is given the alternative of accepting the ultimatum and seems willing but how is she to pay such a sum There is the rub and while the Ministers are cogitating on a plan- o enable China to pay them Russia makes a proposition to loan China the money and take the Province of Manchuria as collateral till the honey is repaid by China Of nurse France is to loan Russia the money It is the same game by which Russia came to the financial aid of China after her defeat by apan by which Russia secured wo southern seaports as outlets for her Siberian railroads harbors and her fleet and supply bases for her rmy But Russia will thereby secure Manchuria extend her railroads add harbors and establish nllitary posts and with Prance be taster in the East the result which England has sought so earnestly to prevent and has had the quasi c0 operation of Germany Of course England will protest but GermanyI Well it is the troblem what Germany will do Germany wantsmoney indeed needs itt and if Russias proposition is sc epted will get it Germany also is e iroU8 of railroad port and trade onceaeione in China aad Russia may grant these if she gets Man hum and Germany has shown a wil altleave KogUnd bunk a1oD mtfieEihatt bilk with her nU l England needs money badly iis seeking to borrow everywhere and her bonds are already below par though she would doubtless risk aU rather than permit Russian and French supremacy in the East But if Russia insists and she usually is in earnest in such matters and China is willing to accept the only means of paying off her many creditors what right have the other powers to object to Chin securing the money by giving a mortgage on her territory This raises an international issuei and nations sometimes fight over less If China claims the right to do this on what ground can it be denied Outside of right there is only one forcewar But it will take money and lots of it to go into such a war England is bankrupt Germany has none to spare and is borrowing tto cover up deficits the United State will not be in it Of the other France holds the money bags iiis willing to loan to Russia and Russia will finance China So there you are Russia and France are likely to settle the Chinese muddle decidedly not as England wants iiit settled but settle it TAKING HIS OWN CENSUS The latest issue of the Memphis Catholic Journal contains a wary eulogy of a method pursued by a young clergyman widely known and highly esteemed in Louisville During the last year Father Gaffnej was stationed at the Dominican priory of this city and was only re cently sent to Memphis to serve h order as prior in tha eiJyT Say the Catholic Jjjnjstfai hevP then Gaffney O P pastor of St Peters is taking anI accurate house to house census of the Catholics in the parish Thi I is the first time such a census hasI been taken heretofore some of the predecessors of Father Gaffney hay made an attempt to do this work but never with satisfactory results They depended too much on the city directory and their assistantt priests Father Gaffney is doingr the work himself thoroughly andl in a practical way When he finisheI he will know just how many Catholics belong in St Peters parish and not only this but he will know where they live and who they are It is his desire to become person ally acquainted with every one ofr his parishioners the poor as welll as the rich The example of Father Gaffney should be emulated by every pastor in the diocese The advantage of the methocl adopted by Father Gaffney is obvi ous at a glance Surely it is dif great value to a clergyman to know precisely how many parishioners he has in his parish where they live and how they live When it iis understood that St Peters is one ol the great parishes in Memphis the Extent of Father Gaffneys self imposed labor can be appreciated The decision of the Court of Appeals puts the Council in control of he police and fire departments and nforces the economic ordinances educing the appropriations for these departments The first move affects the police ten patrolment having been dismissed and officials will be reduced to the ranks The same ourse will be pursued in the fire epartment Economy is a good thing but wrongly applied as we believe it is in this case it works a loss and injury to the city Louise has never had enough police and firemen hence the slow development of our suburbs which become the resort of the lawless because of lack of police and the oat of insurance is heavy because off lack of fire protection The Council Ispracticing economy along the wrong lines which seriously Rests the very people who need this protection and who really get lothing from the city for the taxes hey pay Economy might be applied in other departments where a larger amount could be saved We leed more police and firemen in stead of less Not in LouwviUe alone but over I Kentucky are liriabutea at the ontia all enterprises and iia every 1eJ4otadivitytip at Miysville an Irishmans eon Hon Jame I Kehoe is the first Catholic eve elected to Congress from the State I Irishmen are prominent in OwensI I boro Henderson Paducah Coving ton Lexington Frankfort every where Twentyfive years ago the Scotch Irish claimed eve ything iin sight Nowadays the hyphenate biracial humbug is hastening toward extinction Those who are forever clamonu that the State should investigate Catholic convents ought direct their gaze in the direction of the presen Hopkinsville Insane Asylum scandal down in West Kentucky The conclusion which every just mind must reach is that the State wit have plenty tOjdo if it minds its own morals Whoever heard of such scandal in connection with a Catholic convent Pope Leo XIiI it is said soon will present to the worldan en cyclical condemning the anti Cathc lie legislation proposed by the law makers of France Spain and Portu gal For centuries the church ha specially favored those Latin coun tries yet few nations have shown greater ingratitude Even cherished Italy today imprisons the Vicar of Christr The tollgatesdisappeared foreve from Jefferson county last Wednes day The movement for this publi deliverance was inaugurated year ago by John KijyTwithout whose aid ityw fldnot have succeeded for IKSany years to come This is another instance of what Irishmen hay done for Kentuckys advancement Martin J Minogue will this month call upon Kentucky Irish American subscribers till shouldI give him a cordial reception and atl the same time have the subscription I price ready Written for the Kentucky Irish American MEMORIES OF DAYS GONE BY When the last shades of evening darker 1 the west tAnd the glorious aun sinks to its rest I sit and I ponder I think and I sigh Over dear Ireland and the days long v Mirigone by C In fancy again Iskip over the lea And gather the shellsdown by the sea I am again in the pasture again in the field i And with pleasure and pain to my thoughts Ijrield rFor the pleasure they bring thos thoughts of the past Will ever be cherished while my life shall lastt But the pain is becauseh I shall never no more Behold dear old Ireland as in the brigh days of yore If I could only see my old home again Onlyto wander once more in the glen Only to see my mothers sweet facer And to be clasped once more in her love ing embrace When I am worn with suffering and will sorrow oppressed The memories of the past bring to mi rest- Por then I am again climbing the greenI hills of Ireland To gather the shamrock that shone through themireland Yes I sit and I ponder I sit and I think For chain of my memory has bright golden links This chain that holds me in Irelands sweet tie Will grow stronger and dearer as the years go by ELr A NORA DORK RECENT DEATHS Edward Rider an old resident of the West End and for many years a well known hackman died Thursday morning at the residence of hJs son In law Officer Richard Nash 2121 Griffiths avenue His funeral takes place this morning from St Cecilias church The funeral services over the remains of Michael Carroll a welt known and respected resident jof the West End who died Saturday night at his home on High venue were held Monday morning at the Church of Our Lady in Portland Rev Father Cunniff being the celebrant of the maw There were many present at the impressive services We regret to announce the death of Edward Mackey ton of the late Michaell lackey who died Thursday sight at he residence of his mother 1901 GriffithsI venue after a long lllnesa of cpamuap ion The deceased was an engineer andl was also popular in local baee ball circles in which sport he took great interest lwo brothers lam s and John survive him Hie funeral takes place Saturday noraing from St Tatricks church Speaking of stagingt exclaimed the ightingftk ceeringlrY of what earthly reare you l You cocWat towoh a kiftt otela a tbooeaad years cOh I dtm t kaqwreplied UM Wed tperkdlM Im ttkelr to be embalmed t a bonnet tome fay and thetfJJ1- mabatUtydoUahoteOok like thirty anten I SOCIETY teftII Misses Belle and Mary Arnold Friday for Bedford orMiss Eva Macklin was a visitor here the first part of the week j T Mack of Danville was here this week visiting his friends I Miss Ida Applegate of Charlcstow Ind is here visiting friends Miss Emma Ryan of Jeffersonvill has gone to Crothersvitle to visit friend Thomas J Batman and wife were among this weeks visitors at West Baden Springs Mrs Kate Lee of New Albany spent several days this week visiting friends IIn Charlestown Tom Carr has returned from Charle town where he spent several days visit- Ing his parents Miss Elenorn Schaulie is visiting friends at Colesburg where she wilt remain some time Miss Stella Peter bad as her guest this week a charming ydung girl from New Orleans Miss Miles Mrs Herman Rave wife of Jcflersot villes popular Sheriff left Wednesda for Salem to visit her brother Louisville society will be well represented at this years Confederate reunion which will be held at Memphis this monthAmong those sojourning at West Bade this week was Rev Patrick M Flanigat one of Chicagos very popular Catholic pastors e =Misaxftanche Heybach has gone Ito hicago where she will hereafter resldt Many admirers regret her departure from Louisville Miss Edith Wheeling of Baltimore arrived in Louisville Thursday and iIn the charming guest of Mrs Edward J McDermott John Riley and children of Powderl Ala arrived in New Albany this week and are visiting Henry Koch and wife Pearl street Mrs Edward Corcoran of Jefferson pleasantlJ J Gainey iat- I Ludlow Ky Mrs Will Semonin has almost entirely recovered from her recent illness Her host of friends will rejoice when she can again take her place in their midst Mr and Mrs D Shanahan had as their guests this week Mr and Mrs Georg Stevens or Richmond who are quit prominent in Virginias best societ circles John Meagher one of Frankforts most prominent citizens was here for a few days this weeek His Louisville friend would rejoice were he to move and mak this city his home The many friends of Mrs Ben Sand will read with pleasure the news that sbe has almost recovered from the sever illness that has confined her to her home in Portland for some time past The surprise of the week was the announcement of the engagement of Robert Wayne of the Temple Stocl Company and Miss Lena Hill of Owens boro a young woman of great beauty The many friends of popular John Reardon have been daily calling upon him at Eighth and Oldham and congrAtu- lating him upon his recovery after an illness of several weeks with typhoid fever All are glad to see him horn again Oue of the notable weddings of the past week was that solemnized at St Peters church in Owensboro whet Eugene Kelty of this city and Mia Ophelia Berry the lovely daughter of W H Berryn Influential citizen of Sorgho were united in marriage Rich ard Kelty of this cityand Miss Esthei Alvey of Owensboro were the attend ants SIDELIOHTS ON LIFE The average woman will forgive her rival anything but her beauty- If a girl has two strings to her beau there is danger of some other girl getting told of one of the strings The early bird catches the wormand later In thee day the leisurely sportsman gathers in the bird The average man can hear the whisper of a pretty woman further than he can the loudest call of duty There are some people whose religion reminds me of a rocking horse which bus motion without progress Many a true heart that would have owe back like a dove to the ark after Its first transgression has been driven beyond recall by the harsh words of an unforgivingspirit A little philosophy inclineth mans phylIf I offer you money you do not say to me 1I will come tomorrow n No you accept it at once No one delays no one makes excuses The salvation of the soul Is offered and ao one hurries himself V ORAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Big Pour Route Sunday May 5 to elate lu Indiana Gas Belt Special train takes Seventh Street Union depot at7 oeJOekam Returning train arrives at Mievjlle at ll40p m Extremely low aped trip rates as follows RtutiviHe- l XDlch tow 1JlHfersou jl26- Innck j 126 Alexandria 186 rIckets nlale at city office 218 Fourth avenue uiat Seventh Street depot S Ji Gates euerl Agentrl U 7 1901 November Election 1901 ET OWK Schmitt CANDIDATE FOR SHFRIFFJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party CHARLES F GRAINGERCAN- DIDATE FOR MAYORSubj- ect to tine Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 WM BOSLER Candidate for Reelection f- orBa1iffP1iceCourt Subject to Action ofDjY1Wa ttttttttttttttttttt I90I NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 VXX WV iS X V W J BEMOKIKIS A CANDIDATE FOR OLERKHH JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT SUBJECT TO THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY +tt 4 tt tMt 4 tMt tM 4 4 tt1 mt t Mt + M 4 4 M 4 M M M + M +t M + + H M W ALLEN KINNEYCAN- DIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Chas Meriweftter r i CANDIDANB F- ORTreasurerCitySubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION I90I JAMES B BROWN CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1101 2 rO rIDMBICR ELECTION ioo1 ireECANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party W NICK VAUGHAN CANDIDATE F- ORPROSECUTING ATTORNEY Subject to the action of the Republican Party JOHN XC FRANK WALTBRS1 1 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Tetephoue 30931 = LOUISVILLE KY r HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST BRAKCH HQUS 905 W MARKET LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 421 AMI 490 S EAST JEFFERSWI STREET LOU1SJLLL KYn I tONTUOKY IRISH A 12IC1 TTn iI 00 ee ee F FYITALS SUITS LQ9 FOR ONES 750 ONES FOR 5 Special Manufacturers Sole of these famous unionmade a5 goods now up vyunBdRmgO I r1TIIIRD AND 1kIARIiET 00tpnptrprlprltptlOnOttpt H S McNUTT CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR ThirtySixth District First and Wards and Jefferson County Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Sfsr ts rNE cMEIPEST- ubao 7recprnqN penmanis7iipmbhorhant7 an p Tygeufriliny Tteyra lt j fend FortolalOjuelErtlsyillellyW PS Seven experienced teachers each one a specialistn his line Graduates of this school are preferred by business houses School open aU year Students can enter at any time v IBigFour TheBuffalo BuffaloRoute Routeto iJd tr 1901 PanAmerican r ExpositionBig Four Route In connection with Lake Shore Michigan Southern and New York equippedtrainBuffalo from South and West M E Infant PrtsUtnt Harare J Lynch Gem Poss Agt WPDq pt AGPA Cincinnati 1 I Second s L GATES GENL AGENT LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- iCHICAGOi ON THE Quc t tsrsnse wviiil fluiwg l lCr In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR l E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager w H McDoEL and General Manager WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out MOORES PLflGE II 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue o PINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY Q WINKS AND CIQLBB t C 750 President 0000 I ROGER MALTY- I Wines Liquors 1 And Cigars I COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT 1 NW COT 2lttt sari Portland FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market 1 Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars ralphonaJ a0M4= t trt The Storz of a NOVeI8 Traveling on a railroad train alone the other tiny the nuluttm scenery attracted thy attention and the gorgeous colors of the woods purple and scarlet and brown green and yellow and pink thrilled me with delight What infinite variety of hues I What bewildering beauty of scene as one picture after another frames itself in the car windows I occupied a seat near the middle of the coach There were only five oUter passengers in it although the rest of the train was crowdedtwo men in the seat just back of me and two ladies with a boy in the rear seats As we rushed onward dravu by ieII clamorous locomotive past field and vii lage and town past meadow and mount ain past orchard and forest end from one bide to the other of a turbulent mill stream my mind withdrew from the out side world to ponder the mystery of life and to marvel at the test to which our faith is often put wheu we pray and pray for what seems to be a necessary grace yet apparently get no answer Singularly enough as a coincidence just as my thoughts reached that per plexity one of my neighbors who had been listening with little to say himself to his more talkative companion said in a fairly low but clear and penetrating tone and as if in reply to some state ment that had been made by the other Well I never did Neverl I dont remember ever getting anything imme diately as a direct response to prayer Oh thought I to myself Im not the only one thats tried and hes worse off than I am for I certainly have received from above light and grace and guidance in answer to appeals I My cogitations were cut short by my I other neighbor who spoke up Let me relate an incident in my own experienceYou I am a marble worker with considerable skill in designing altars and building fine monuments About a year ago I lost my pVitiont After paying some small bills I returned home that Saturday night with sixteen dollars in my pocket That money was my total possession outside of a wife five children some clothes and a few slicks of furniture At the house a poor sewing woman was waiting for three dollars due her I owed rent n grocery bill a doctor etc etc After my last wages were all gone I obtained credit for some time in all the nearby stores that would trust me Meanwhile I tried in every possible way to get employment But I had no suc cess Everywhere that I sought a job the reply was No First I became downhearted next lost courage and finally I was almost frantic I couldnt eat for worry and to tell the truth there wasnt much on the table to tempt one to gluttony I couldnt sleep at night I grew to look haggard but my anxiety was more for my poor wife and chit dren than for myself When I was just about desperate my good wife to whom God has given the faith since our marriage suggested that we make together a novena to the Sacred Heart for work Im not given to piety by inclination but I couldnt refuse her since the novena would any way comfort her even though it brought no otber good Besides I do believe in God and I do believe that He answers prayer and I did have faith that He could grant us what we asked and that He would do so if it was best for us ac cording to his plan We began the novena hoping by a resolute act of the will against the doubt and darkness and despair that encom passed us We prayed fervently and strove fo cheer each other up On the third day a young woman who was then a comparative stranger to us but who is now ia cherished friend came unexpectedly to my wife and vol unteered the loan of fifty dollars that she had saved up saying that she knew tha I was out of work and that she would be pleased if we would use the money It seemed to me like a godsend dropped straight from the heavens tlBut what was that to our need I handed it all over to the landlord who was threatening to put us out for I thought that it was best to keep a shelter over our heads even though we had to go hungryWell the novena went on day after day but the first answer seemed to be the only one that we were to receive I couldnt get anything to do at any kind of employment and the grocers were dun ning us with their bills The outlook was certainly discouraging The last day of the nine came We both felt lowspirited but we went to holy communion together and said the final prayers Dont lose hope pleaded my wife we may yet get something in a day or twoShortly after breakfast I started out as usual to look for a job but went by the church to pay a visit to the Blessed Sacrament in thanksgiving for my com munionWhile I was kneeling in a pew near the door with my face bid in my hands and my heart in the tabernacle pleading for my suffering children a gentleman touched me on the arm and I looked up I was acquainted with him only by repu tation as one of the prominent and wealthy Catholics of the city and he knew me only by sight as the son of my father who had once done some marble work for Lira He wlspered to me Can you come to my office some time today l Yes sir I answeredand out he went In adult sort of ny I wondered what he wanted with we bat my mind was so taken up with the misery that haunted me that I could not think about IL So I resumed my prayer and finished it as best I could Then I left the church and proceeded to the gentlemans office Is I want you to fix the marble steps a- my t house he said tltejrre MIloC order And bylhe way Id like toeta Beat but Uuipl tombstone for my uncle About what wouldJtcot mat- a r 1 I Up Stairs Over Enzllsh Woolen Hills Slot One Door Wet of the lug Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A BROKING D D St PROPRIETOR 11 1 +1111 1 MHHM1 1 I 1r 1 H1 St Cloud Hotel 5 B Cor 2d fi Jefferson Sts T AI FLANNELLY Proprietor European Plan 80c 76c and 100 American Plan 2 and 260 I made a rough outline of several styles of headstones and he having first been told the prices selected one of them Then he inquired in an offhand way Hows business j When I replied thatI was not in any business he seemed so surprised that I had to make some explanation and then he seemed so sympathetic that 023 remark or inquiry of his offer another drew out from me pretty much the whole story II How much money would yon need to get a start he asked abruptly I told hintIiII Is that am said he with a glance at me astonishment and without another word he turned around to his desk and wrote me out a cheque for the amount Handing it to me he remarkedt Pay me when you can well afford it and if that isnt enough come back for more1How got out of Finis office I dont know to this day I was just completely overwhelmed with emotion and wanted to cry and laugh But I couldnt utter a word He offered me his band and my grasp of it spoke more than words Well I went back to the church for one good minute and then Irushed home to my wife I wont say a word about what happened when I told her the good news except that she fell ou her knees and called down Gods blessing on our benefactor in words that gushed from an affectionate and grateful heart So I hired a shop moved my family into rooms above it paid the most pressing debts procured some stones and began work on the gentlemans orders- I wasnt through with them befor- other commissions commenced to come in But that wasnt all my good fortune To provide the capital necessary to carry on and develop the business two kins men of mine relatives by marriage see ing that Ihad a start in my old line cam in of their own accord and each no knowing what the other had done offered me financial assistance With their aid I have been enabled to pay back the first two loans wipe out all other outside in debtedness support my family and carry out all work entrusted to me involving thousands of dollars worth of credit To day I have a fairly flourishing business I attribute it all to the Sacred Heart and to that novena- Well to if that isnt as good as a story observed the other man It has put new faith Into me The train had reached its terminus by this My neighbors and I got off to gether but they were soon lost to me iin the crowds that surged out of the other cars Then and there they dropped out of my life most probably forever but the story that the one told and the other listened to abides with me yet Whenever f I recall it I remember also the com vent of the other man and I echo it with equal fervor and conviction saying as lie dftl It has put new faith into melrL- W Reilly in Donahoes Magazine RETURNED TO BlNOHAMTON Rev John J Higgins ot Binghamton N Y brother of the publisher of the Kentucky Irish American visited Louis yule this week departing for his home last Tuesday NARROW ESCAPE Elmo Martine a popular young man residing in the southern part of the city met with quite a painful accident last Sunday afternoon While bearding a street car at Seventh and Oldfem streetsI the motorman turned the current causing Marline tolose his balance and fall barely missing the wheels but not escap ing without severe bruises Those who i saw the accident severely rebuked th motorman for his negligence Quarry the granite rock with razors or moor the vowel with a thread of silk then may you hope with such keen and delicate Instruments iw human kuowl + edge and human reason to contend thejpricleOl t TRINITY COUNCIL Will Give a Pleasing Musical Entertainment Wednes day Evening I Trinity Council Y M I will give a pleasing musical entertainment Wednes day evening at Trinity Hall East Gray LI I FRED KOSTER street The proceeds are for a charitable purpose and the excellent programme should attract a large audience- A feature of the entertainment will be the exhibition given by Fred and Louis Koster entitled scenes in a Gymna slum These young men are well LOUIS KOSTER known here and count their friends by the score They are each firstclass- b lott5 having both von championships on the Pacific coast They ire always ready to assist in charitable enter Jrl sand their work evokes rounds of applause The following is the programme Overture Prof Fred Haas Selections Aeolian Quartette Vocal Solo Miss Olivia Kelly Violin Solo M A McGee Vocal Solo WaitMiss Louise Step Piano Solo Miss Elinor Stein Vocal Solo Miss Ida Senf Club Swinging Edward Kelly Vocal Solo Miss Nell Simon Vocal Selections John L McCrocklin Scenes in Gymnasium Koster Brothers THEATRICALS LbcaTl playgoers are pleased to llearn that Col Meffert will continue the Tem pIe Theater next season Commencing next week the last of the present season the Avenue offers for its attraction Callahans scenic production A Romance of Coon Hollow a pas toral natural drama flavored with the breezy local color of Tennessee life This success is in part due to the scenic effects among which are a realistic steamboat race between the R E Lee and Natchez and a cotton press in actual operation There is an endless array of vaudeville theeBuckingham next week with the Utopian Burlesquers Manager Dinkins has se cured the famous jumpers of the world Farnum and Seymour who offer 1000 to any one who can duplicate their feats The Utopians will be seen here for the willemosttsuccessful season Richard Mansfield surrounded by fifty two expert players comes to Macauleys Thursday night when Shakespeares King Henry V will be presented and by many this is regarded as the dramatic event of the season Henry V is as much of a spectacle as a play There arc twentyeight changes of scenery for which there are nineteen different stage settings It is one long panorama of royal and military ssnlendor There are in the production 400 people FORCE OP HABIT WouldbeSuitor desire to pay my addresses to your youngest daughter sir Have you any objections DruggistMy youngest daughter is al- I ready engaged young man but I have another daughter just as good Somer vine Journal SHORT SERMONS Heaven sets lofty ladders for all that will climb Conscience and rattlesnakes warn and then strike The punishment of falsehood is to sus pect all truth- Advertise in the Kentucky Irish Amer ican if you want tb do business The heart of a Christian should be a tomb for the faults of his friends The man who has begun to live more seriously within begins to live more simply without An evil heart puts the worst interpre tation on all that it sees and turns it t- Its ovn heart There is energy of moral suasion in a good mans life passing the highest ef forts of an orators genius herbseor weeds therefore let him seasonably water the one and destroy the other Get what you get honestly peaceably and prayerfully Then you will enjoy and appreciate it more gratefully Pear to speak ill of another or to blame any late in trivial matters or you may have to do it yourself lna snoreserious I onev 11- P RACES RACES Clark Stakes Monday Six Days More of Great Racing All the best horses in the West NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY GLUB RfAGANS EXCHANGE s w Cor Preston and Market I Winos Liquors and Cigars I SPECIAL 2cr OM Whijkies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch SQ rTHEN WHYDONT DONTyOU TIRED 9 GET A CASSTOVE 7 Its a Womans Best Friend In an Age of Woman for it is the foe of Dirt Danger and Drudgery No more dampers to regulate no mow enervating heatno more coal to lug froth the cellarno more weary kindling sf 1irsno more soot to wipe away oo more ashes to carry away LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1- DUNICANS SeventeenYearOld Whiskies Bourbon and Rye for family use 600 per gallon N W Corner Seventh and St Catherine Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xovler How Brown Leghorns Lay Twelve hens and pullets laid 1233 eggs in 1899 Jan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July l37 Aug 161 Sept 162 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 16 SPORTY ITEMS The next fistic event will occur Mon day night at the Auditorium when Kid Carter and Jack Bonner meet in a twenty round contest under the auspices of the Southern Athletic Club It took Terry McGovern but four rounds to dispose of Oscar Gardner last Tuesday night in San Francisco After the fight Terry was solicitous for the welfare of his opponent and acted much more gentlemanly than the average fol lower of the prize ring PASTRY The act of one partner binds all the rest Ignorance of the law excuses no one Notes made on Sunday are void An art school graduate recently painted the picture of a dog under a tree so lifelike that it was impossible to distinguish theodogIt was a Boston girl who described her faithless lovers mouth as stretching across the wide desolation of his face the sepulcher of the distillers output and the geyser of falsehood Kansas City Star The hen lays a single egg in a day and cackles formal It is worth while the turtle lays 150 eggs and keeps quiet There are a great many men who are constructed on the hen principle iri this country and there are mighty few of the turtle order I UalulI1 water IntelyJfoe chihW- wu u BUCKINGHA WEEK MAYSUNDAY Matinee Sunday Monday 7e4neidgy Saturday DINKINS UTOPIANSMagnificent Burlesque Organization The Big Vaudeville Event of the Season M MURPHYg DEALER IN GROCERIES PRODUCED MEATS Wlnei Liquors Feed Hay and Grain H Cor Seventeenth and Portland Ave nu Y H++++ + + t44 + + ++ +++++ NEW TREBINGS HHOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100A PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 W Market Sf Louisville Ky fajlfITclcpliotto 3431 A fiifrnt jm The fistand best equipped dol lar a day hotel in Louisville Special rates to professional peo ple f EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS Ii TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS CcAnyone Bonding a ikctcn and description racy quickly osuartaln our opinion free whether an Invention IiI probably patentsblo Communion tlnntBtrlctlyconaiciitlal Handbook on Patent lent free Oldest opener for eeeurlng patentll Patents taken through Munn tt Co receive rpeetaietotke without cbaflfo Inthe Scientific American A hnndsoinel Illustrated weekly lnreeit cir culation of any iclcntmo Journal Terms t3 a rear four months 1 gold by all newsdealers YorkBranch IIUnois G6lltraI c BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Memphis AN- DNew Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Yes tibulecl Throughout and Lighten by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet library Cars Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicngJCincinnati 3 Louisville or Ifow Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisw j MCBRIDE City AgentFourth A H Hanson ChicagoWm A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUT- EIndianapolis TO t J Peoria CHICAGO AND AM POINTS IK INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave 8J GATI3iM KyWARRRN AiffyI i F t jjariT tJS jU JJiLlji 1 t j U I JSTU IFLISU Aln3aIt t N Ta Ja WATHENS m n M f m y CREAMERY n r 629 Eli 1Ltx1 Street Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c Brick and Euchre Creampergallon100Ca- pacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 e Ls JEFFERSONCANDIDATE MAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 3xj s e4x j sx 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 IM JOHN R PFLANZCANDIDATE FOR REELECTION FOR JAITRF= ru JEFFERSON CQUNTY Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party pipCapp ppOGpX X S4+ 44 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 19- 01NapierJ W F- ORComity Assessor Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party EducatesandfixpettAaaafARl Young People For Business Good Employment and Success ICALL OR WRITE FOR FULl INFORMATION ar Union HIMI Bilk y CollegeRrRe DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1m DOUQWO UNDERTAKERS K661IL II 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth T13i1CI3PIIO II3i 12402 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car riages Furnished for All OCC sionstt FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY finPARADISBISAMPLE fl 0 ii Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool g Nil J HICKEY PROPRIETOR f Telethon 804 248 West Jeff rabn Street jn eaieeireeNut e eu ilrtiit 0 FOR LABOR DAY Committee Appointed to Secure Pnrlc For tiLe Ycnrly- Oelebratlon Business Transacted at Regular Meeting of Central Labor Union After the Parks That Refuse to Employ Union Music and Walters LETTER FROM WHALLEN BROTHERS Quite a large number of delegates were absent when President Klein called for order at the regular meeting of the Cen tral Labor Union last Sunday but many came in later and made the session an in teresting one New delegates were seated from the Candy Makers Union Pattern Makers League Machinists Union Wood Carvers Union Tobacco Workers Union and Sign Painters Union Grievances were reported from the musicians bartenders and waiters against Summers and Hammers Parks whose managers refuse to employ union men They were referred to the Grievance Committee who hope to effect a satis factorysettlement of the differences ex istingAnother was from the tobacco workers who have a grievance against several in dependent factories because of their re fusal to sign the agreement fixing wage scale and regulating factory rules The position of the tobacco workers was in dorsed and the matter referred to the joint Arbitration and Grievance Commit teesPresident Klein had read a communi cation from the Messrs Whallen relating to the action of rhe Building Trades Council which they declare did them great injustice They asked for an in vestigation and agreedto acquiescein the decision rendered The matter was referred to a special committee of five who will report this month Communications were read from the International Machinists Union Indian apolis Central Labor Union and Cincin nati Central Labor Union which received favorable consideration Delegate Cashman addressed the body IiI behalf of the horseshocrs and Dele gate Jacobs reported the organization of a union of wagon workers Delegate Christen reported that the ordinance to increase the license of ped filers for the benefit of retail grocers vould not pass He also called attention- to the fact that the nonunion cigar COm- bine would soon enter this city stating lhatthe cigarmakers should be aided In the fight that will be made to run the union wreckers out of town A resolution was adopted for the cele bration of Labor day in fitting style and calling for the appointment of a committee of one from each union to be named- at the nexl regular meeting A special committee was appointed to secure a park after which much other business of a routine character was transacted The Machinists were endorsed in their effort to secure a shorter work day but nothing was done relating to the struggle being waged by the building trades LARGEST IN INDIANA Tomorrow the members of Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Society New Albany the largest temperance organization in Indiana will be reobligated for another year by Rev Father Kelly at Holy Trinity church The St Aloysius Cadets composed of boys of that parish will also renew their pledges They will doubtless make a splendid showing THE ENGLISHMAN WON A wellknown local minister who has just returned from an extended Western trip tells the following Recently in Los Angeles five prominent gentlemen of foreign birth chanced to meet One was a Russian one a Turk one a Frenchman one an American and one an Englishman These gentlemen became bosom friends and finally a hampagne supper was proposed at which each gentleman to be in keeping with the times was to give a toast to his native country the one giving the best to be at no expense for the wine Here are the toasts given The Russian Heres to the stars and bars of Russia that were never pulled downThe Turk Heres to the moons of turkey whose wings were never clipped The Frenchman Heres to the cock of France whose feathers were never picked The AmericanHeres to the stars and stripes of America never trailed in defeatThe EnglishmanHeres to the ram pin roarin lion of Great Britain that tore down the stars and bars of Russia clipped the wings of Turkey picked the feathers off the cock of France and ran like the mischief from the stars and stripes of the United States of America It Albany Journal ABOUT MOSQUITOES The vastly increased importance to bu lanity which themosquito has assumed during the past year renders all that pertains to this peet peculiarly interesting at the present time says the Medical- Record While it is not strictly new ornovelj t- iaUlI noteworthy aa being communi atdt to the State pepartMMnt Jin Waali agtoa by Consul Pfiurooiwr of Mara= erbo that the ealor ail plant ir o- dlfaWui M the Inaect that It will aJMtt afloat premlaca where tbee ireea are ritecfpor in apartments I Y IRISH S mEIYmRGIijRY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L D pcrranda Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1011 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mullo- ySergeantatAnnaJohn Killeen Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield Recording Secretary John Mooney Financial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kcirau DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial SecretaryThomas Langan 722 Oldham street Assistant John Shaughnessy Treasurer Harry Brady- SergeantatArms Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Mouth President Joseph Nevin First Vice President Thos W Tarpey Second Vice President Wm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sergeant John Keuney- SentinelTimothy Lyons J M CHATTERSON Candidate for Democratic Nomination iiv Fur COUNTY ATTORNEY where the cut branches leaves and seeds have been exposed Even in cold climates plants four or five feet in hefghtcan be raised front the castor seeds and wider favorable condi ions will grow in great profusion If the personal experience of Consul Plum ocher in keeping his household free can be duplicated by each futnre experi menter sleepful nights and freedom from malaria may still be within the grasp of all who dwell iu regions where the tuneful piper thrives The castor plant has the advantage of being a garden ornament growing even in these latitudes with tropical luxuri mice 4 DONTS FORTHE LADIES Dont be dashing be dainty Dont sacrifice fitness to fashion Dont spoil luegbwn for the yard of stuffrDont neglect quality for the sake of quantity Dont pioneer fashion with a cheap dressmaker i pont imagine that beauty will atone for untidiness r Dont wear feathers in your hat and patches on your boots e Dont dress your head at the expense of your hands and feet Dont make your own dresses unless you can do ft really well Dont put cost before cut Corded silk wont covera clumsy fit Dont wear a sailor list and a blouse after your fortieth birthday Dont pinch your waist Fat like murder will out somewhere Dont clothe yourself in mans apparel and expect the courtesy due to a lady Dont put powder on your cheeks with out looking in a glass afterward Dont put all your allowance outside A ragged petticoat kills the smartest gownDont let ydur dressmaker dress you Dress yourself Sbe may give you smart ness but individuality never It makes me tired to see the manner in which these newspapers are run said the man in the smoking compart meat as ho took off his glasses and let his paper drop acrosS his knees The man who sat next to hint had one lock pf hair aa oasis in a desert of a scalp which he spent most of the timei iu smoothing re flectively I spdse he said slowly Mthal you could RIve them all points Im sure of it Couldnt you No I dont think I cOII dIDo you mean to say that you couldnt tell the editor how to run 1nA paper exclaimed the man who had spokea first in s tone that had absolute dismay in ittlX do in deed replied the mann with the oasis earnestly u Well I must say therf are not ni YiUkIIIt know ft-1u to beUka you But now Im trying to run a iiewupper myseifand I tell you my friend Im Dot aayinjf a wordst not a worilt ISO HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The members of the Ladles Auxiliary and the Altar Society of the church at Concord N H received holy com munion in a body last Sunday week Division 3 has the material for a bail team that would make it interesting for the boys from Limerick Let some one take the lead and organize a Hibernian team in the West End The Ladles Auxiliary of Anaconda Mont are arranging for a grand wills party with which to close their social season on the evening of May 20 when handsome prizes will be distributed and refreshments served The gentlemen conposing the com mlttee having in charge the euchre and dance of Division 4 wish through this column to extend thanks to all who attended Hibernian Hall that cveninj and helped to make the affair a success Those members of Division 4 who have not yet made returns for tickets for last weeks euchre and dance will greatly oblige the committee if they will do so at the meeting of the division on Wednes day evening May 8 as it is the desire to make n complete report thatnight The Hibernians of Belknap county arc anticipating having a field day in the near future and will introduce a real Irish holiday in Northern New Hamp shire A committee has been appointed to confer with other divisions who will cooperate with in making it a grand suc cess FASHIONS FOIBLES Another variation of fashions fancy isi the use of back and white striped or polka dotted muslin for ruffles on a white muslin gown each ruffle edged with black lace Mousseline de sole flounces matching the silk in color are also good style on a taffeta silk gown Some of the newest features in detail are brought out in skirts one of which in huns veiling has a narrow gored front each seam covered bya narrow tuck which is the beginning of the series of tucks extending over the hips and grad uating in length to a few inches just back of the hip One skirt trimming which carries out the prevailing idea of fluff and fullness around the feet consists of narrow ruffles edgedwith velvet ribbon alternating with groups of tucks from the knee down This is shown to advantage in a black taffeta gown which has a tucked bolero finished just above the waist line with a band of stitched velvet and turned back in revere of flowered pale blue silk covered with fine ecru lace A distinctly novel idea in skirt build ing is to cover the shaped flounce with ruffles Whatever the material of the gown may be the shaped flounce should be of silk and the ruffles overlapping each other of the material This inmost cases lightens the weight of the skirtAll sorts of variations are accomplished with the circular flounce by changing the shape of the top pointing it down in front and up at the sides or cutting it in curved lines or squares Many uses are found for foulard this season and it figures largely as a trimming on canvas gowns and as a Ruing for outside wraps while in costumes we see the plain and figured foulards used in combinationNuns comes in many shades and with a fancy border in the piece The material is handsome and costs 3GO a yard Not every one would know it as buns veiling for it is of a different weave from much of the material known under that Name It is loosely woven with firm cordlike thread A handsome and showy parasol has gold thread woven into the silk in someway so that it has a distinctly golden sheen which adds to the brilliancy of the pattern This is in flowers and shows largetJrilllantA trimming of black lace on which cretonne designs are applique is one of the novelties of the season The lace may be in the form of an insertion with cretonne flowers embroidered in at inter valsWhile pearl buttons so tiny that they are a mere speck are much used for trim mingThe dear old sailor hat without which the shirt waist its friend and companion for many years has seemed lost is to be seen again The hats are to be found in the plain smooth and rough straws and with black or white bands In some a broad band of black velvet is wound around the rather high crown knotted loosely at one side and with ends that fall to the edge of the sins Buttons are also putting on frills and have little danglers of many kinds ac cording to the style of the button hang ing tassel fashion from them and giving them a dressedup appearance which makes them ve appropriate or elaborate gowns Some of the smaller ones are particularly attractive on fancy silk waistsTan in all its varying shades from palest biscuit color to the deeper and more useful tones is the dominating color of the season not only Jor gowns but also for coats and parasols besides many of the small accessories of dress Flowers which merely suggest the kinds they imitate are a striking feature of the new mijlinery yetthey are beauti ful beyond description especially the crepe and chiffon roses The most attractive little sunljouneta for children are of flowered striped dim ity in delicate colors The bonnets are made fa the simplest way with front perfectly plain gathered crown and abort capeWhite taffeta petticoat are shown In RreattYtietl this MMUON end are in tIe- best bft iei except hOMwblcb match tIs SAL u d 1 j ct IAreI Your 8tlU Teethe I t tIf1 they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the 11Dental11 j I 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater prices are the lowest work the best and I ITheir They will treat you right REMEMBER TilE PLACE Louisville Dental ParlorsIJ JCI4FOURTIX ST gi jI Benson 0 Herr CANDIDATE FOR GolliltUJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party DRINK= = Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN EVING CONJCPANy INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOi3IF3ViLL1 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