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F 1 c 3 T w oy VOLUME VINO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 11 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS FATHERSHERIDANA to Spend Three Months Abroad While Absent Will Visit the Holy Land nome and i Ireland Sketch of Ills Long and Useful Career In the City of Louisville ALL FRIENDS WISH HIM BON VOYAGE After many years spent in arduous toil Father John T Sheridan of St Michaels parish this city is about to enjoy a well earned vacation About June 1 be will M REV JOHN T SHERIDAN sail for Naples ItalamI during his ab sence will visit Rome the Holy Laid and in return his old home in Ireland In all be will be absent about three months From his youth to the present Father Sheridan has been an unwearied toiler He was born fiftyfour years ago in the historic diocese of RaphoeCounty Done gal Ireland The indomitable character of the youth can best be understood when it is stated that feeling a call to the priesthood and finding himself too poor to afford expense he unselfishly be came a coal miner in order to obtain ah education In the summer of 1865 he came to America and pursued his classical and finished his theological studies at Mt St Marys College near Emmets burg Maryland After unwearied application he completed all courses and was ordaiued for the Louisville diocese by Right Rev Bishop McCloskey a few years later It was a happy day for the young Levite For several years after ordination Father Sheridan was assistant of the late Father Lawler pastor of St Patricks this city Later he labored on the mis sion in Daviess county for some time On the death of Father Plaggenborg Father Sheridan was appointed pastor of St Michaels church this city and took charge of the parish during the month of February 1888 Since that time he has labored incessantly for the spiritual and temporal welfare of his people During his pastorate he has striven earnestly to build up an efficient parochial school and to preserve a strong masterful Cath olicity in a rather cosmopolitan congre gation composed chiefly of Germans Irish Italians and Syrians All familiar with his work know that he has suc ceeded most commendably having reduced the heavy church indebtedness more rapidly than any of this predeces sors Until recently Father Sheridan had two brothers priests in the diocese of his birth in his native lland Both are now dead He has also a sister who is now ia member of the community of the Sisters of Mercy on Second street this city Of the three priest brothers the youngest Rev William Sheridan administrator of Letterkenny died last March Ills funeral was attended by his lifelong friend Cardinal Logue who traveled from Armagh to preside at his obsequies The Bishop of the diocese celebrated the high mass of requiem and many besides the diocesan priests were iu attendance All who know Father Sheridan and his friends in Kentucky are numerous and faithful will wish him genuine pleas ure in hisj howe going after so many years The good people of St Michaels parish will feel his absence yet they also will wish him Godspeed knowing that he will remember them before the Chair of thrtPrincc of the Apostles In Rome aud at the holy sepulchre at far Jerusalem It is needless so say the Kentucky Irish American wishes him bon voyage IMPROVING Miles Keb ethe contractor who last week fell from the scaffold erected for the excavation of the ZjMMelster build ing in New Albany sustaining a severe fracture of his right wrist was yesterday reported doing risely though it will be some time before be will hive use of the linjarad member Fuller artu ji a wkitiapgwdery day Mother same briatf ViolU rf c t 0 which in fact it is known in pharma ceutical books One can take stains out of carpets with it by using it as French chalk In other words spread it over the soiled spot and let it lie there Car pet cleaners use it as one of the ingredients for some preparations which they have in their cleaning rooms CARDINAL MARTINELLI His Elevation to the Purple Witnessed by Great- Concourse Cardinal Martinelli last Wednesday received the red hat at the hands of Car dinal Gibbons at Baltimore The cere mony was A most impressive one and was witnessed by a great concourse of people prominent in every station jour nalists educators clergymen diplomats legislators ten Archbishops and nearly fifty Ilishopsabbots and other dignitaries The investiture took place in the sanctu ary of the great Cathedral at Baltimore and was a scene of magnificent splendor- At the conclusion of the ceremony Cardinal Martinelli delivered a touching address in English in the course of which he feelingly referred to Cardinal Gibbons and the courtesies shown him in the new world since the moment of his arrival At its close the new Cardinal pontificated at the mass of the day Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia deliv ered the sermon of the occasion and at its close Cardinal Gibbons pronounced the benediction Thousands of people were present and the solemn occasion throughout was one of much impressiveness The event of Wednesday was the second step in the elevation of Cardinal Marti uelli to the purple His Eminence is the second Italian Cardinal thus invested at Baltimore by Cardinal Gibbons The first was Cardinal Satolli some years ago and the occasion like that of Wednesday will not soon be forgotten It is rumored that like Cardinal Satolli the new digni tary will shortly be recalled to Rome and that his place at Washington will be filled by Monsignor Falconio now head of the Canadian Apostolic delegation PATRICK J WELSH WellKnown Young Irishman Accepts Position With Benson Herr Patrick J Welsh whose picture ap pears herewith has during the past few years been fast winning favor with the general public and the predictions for his future are flattering Born in this city twentyseven years rgo he received his primary education in the parochial schools and completed his studies at St Marys College from which he graduated with high honors in 1891 For several years he held a responsible clerical position with the Chesapeake Ohio railroad which he resigned to accept a Deputyship with Will Semonin now candidate for County Clerk when the latter was elected County Assessor This latter Mr Welsh has filled with signal ability and to the satisfaction of all having business about the Courthouse In the coming campaign Mr Welsh has cast his fortune with Benson O Herr Democratic candidate for County Asses sor who has tendered the popular young Irish American a position better than the one he now holds Pats record is an enviable one and though urged to make the race himself his real friends feel that lIe made a wise choice The foregoing facts will cause many young men to vote for Mr Herr who is said to want to retain the most capable men in office with him The compliment to Pat is a deserved one 4 WE SAID SO County Treasurer Barney Coils tax collections for Clark county Ind now aggregate over 112000 the largest an nual receipts for many years When Barney was the Democratic candidate the Kentucky Irish American expressed the belief that he would make the best Treas urer the county ever had and thus far the exTreasurer of the Hibernians has more than borne out the prediction EVENING LECTURE Rev Father Rock has consented to de liver a lecture cm Pope Leo XEII Sue cessor of St Peter Prince pf Apostles on Sunday evening May 19 fit St Brig ids church Ifepl urn avenue The sub ject toaa Interesting one atthii particular time awl the great throng that recently heard F turLynch there will again come aad kear PathosRock whose recent trip to Rome peculiarly SU him for the tick r f JUBILEE PARADE Another Great Turn Out of Catholics Last Sunday Afternoon Over Ten Thousand Make the Ii Pilgrimage to Four Churches Nothing1 So Impressive Has Ever Before Been Seen in Louisville WILL BE REPEATED TOMORROW Ten thousand people in solemn pro cession is an impressive spectacle When it is understood that these ten thousand are members of one church animated by one mind and actuated by one purpose the spectacle becomes more impressive still yet precisely this is what took place on the streets of Louisville last Sunday Ten thousand Catholics all members of our thirtytwo city parishes accompanied by their parish priests marched in im pressive ranks from St Boniface church to the Cathedral from the Cathedral to St Marys and from St Marys to St Patricks on Market street The occa sion was the observance of the Solemn Jubilee in January extended by Leo XIII to the Church throughout the worldThe procession of last Sunday week was a notable one yet owing to notice ofadditional favor granted by the Right Rev Bishop of the diocese the same being read at all the masses in the vari ous churches Sunday morning the second procession or that of last Sunday proved an event that will not soon be forgotten by any one present It was simply over whelming in its magnitudeabsolutely unsurpassed and we venture to say un surpassable by any religious denomina tion in the city NonCatholics who re ganled the first procession of a few thou sand as something phenomenal looked upon last Sundays outpouring as some filing almost surpassing belief Hence forth they will candidly admit that the Catholic strenght of Louisville is some thing exceeding all their previous conception Since it took lace thej pro cession has been talked in offices and business houses all over the city And yet more marvelous still were every Catholic in the city to turn out next Sunday the procession would probably exceed 60000 certainly it would reach that number It indeed would be a scene that never could be forgotten The cosmopolitan characters of last Sundays procession is another feature which has excited much comment Cath olics born in the faith grow accustomed to this phase of the churchs character but to those outside the fold it is marvel ous that marching together in unity come men from the nearest and remotest cor ners of the earthmen and women at once from Germany Italy England Ireland Scotland France Switzerland Russia Greece Syria Spain Mexico and other lands Marching with Father Felton came a large body of colored Catholics members of St Augustines parish As a whole the procession was a striking witness to the fact that the church is one holy and catholica universal organization in which all men are brothers Those who desire to see established a worldwide brothernood of humanity need but open their eyes and see the work already accomplished by the great church established nineteen centuries ago by Christ No other organ ism on the face of the earth can produce such splendid result Looking upon processions of this character those within and those without the fold alike must feel that it is a glorious thing to be a Catholic Intolant or envious men who loudly proclaim that the church of God is dead or dying need only behold and mark a living contradiction of their word DR OSAGAN Tho Noted Canadian Llterator Writes of Education In Kentucky A Louisville friend of Prof OHagan the famous Canadian poet and lect urer has just received a letter from that author which says in part This is the first year I do not go to Kentucky since 1898 Believe me I very much like the Bluegrass State and its hospitable people Catholic ethics tion certainly flourishes there under the charge of the various teaching orders of nuns flourishes there better I some times think than in other sections where it receives warmer praise and more sub stantial encouragement The noble wo men engaged in this labor are marvels of selfsacrifice and God ultimately will reward their ffort- sDythewaya new book of mine prosehistorical and critical dealing with the beginning of the Church in Ontario the martyrdom of the Jesuits with the FrenchCanadian writers pest and present etc will appear about the middle of May It will be volume of about 900 pages Bail wifbe issued by William BriloC Toronto I alai to snake it of value t9ertone Interested jh tithe denfoptaent of the Canadian pimple11 Ja1- n 0 Dr OHagan is well known in Ken tucky owing to nume bus lectures de livered at Presentation a id the Sisters of Mercy Academies of tins city and be fore the senior classes of Lorelto and Nazareth Recently hie gas made Fellow of the University of Chicago and with that institution presumably henceforth his duties will lie 1 LILY LINES Lily is as sweet andTfair As an angel Year me swear If the houris arc aspire Well have ructions over there Lily has as many beaus As the darling should have toes Cupid follows where she goes You can gamble Lilly knows Lily came to churclj today Sunday morning 3th o May But she looked so bright and gay That I quite forgot Po pray Lily in her new spring hat Handsome gown and all p that Looked so charming white she sat My poor heart beat pity Pat- 1ttTRICI KING U c BARNEY CONWAY The Oldest Man in Indiana Was Born in Ireland 106 Years Ago Barney Conway whJlives about six teen miles from New Albany in Floyd county Jnd is probabljj the oldest man I r d llJf WALTER HENSLEY Kentucky Delegate to National Convention of Woodmen of the World in Indiana He was born in County Ty rone Ireland 106 years ago The old gentleman lives with his son Patrick Conway who is a farmer and is in a fair state of health There are many old men living on the knobs back of New Albany but Mr Conway enjoys the dis tinction of being older than any of them and has the best health and the best memory of any of the oldtimers Edward Fitzpatrick of the Times visit ed his place Sunday His farm is a modest home in the hills about four miles north west of Greenville Mr Conway is able to walk about has a fair appetite and although he lost one eye in an accident several years ago he sees fairly well- I came to this country from Ireland over seventy years ago and first landed in Cincinnati I voted for Andrew Jack son for President in 1832 I was partial to him because his parents came from Carrickfergus in nay own country I have been voting the Democratic ticket ever since Thomas Hanlon Auditor of Floyd county who has known the old gentle man for thirtyfive years says he was a wonder for strength and endurance up to a few years ago Although he had not met Haulon for ten years be recognized him on Suuday and called him by name Up to a short time ago Mr Conway was able to walk from his farm over a rough road to attend church at Bradford four miles from his home I am unable to walk now and the priest comes to see me The Lord has been good to me and I am now patiently waiting for my end Some time ago I thought I was over 106 years old but in looking up the record I find that the latter is my true age In speaking of his habits Mr Conway said I never used tobacco but I have drankwhisky in moderation for many years Sometimes I drank too much I regret to say but it was many years ago I have always been a steady worker mostly as a farmer Z located on this farm many years ago It is a healthful country and believe a man can live to be 100 years old if he has steady habits and does not allow anything to worry himMr Conway and Auditor Hanlon dis cussed oldtime campaigns during the war when Hendricks Voorhees Mc Donald and other big Democrats visited that section of Floyd county He recalled their visits as vividly a if they had hap peued only a month ago Mr cluwaya daugllterih law has six children She satdGrandpa is less trouble than any oftkff children He takes care of bin iself pretty much and is nearly always aWjito dress him self without help Hlevery careful about his graudchiUi w and Is more solicitous about them Uuu hind they been hit own A1lwlcooatosee hiss say he Iis a wonderful old vpn YOUCAttttaDd at falMe of a soon utihel1iJ L1I CATHDlICKNICHTSI Their Thirteenth Supremo Con vention Will Meet in St Louis Tuesday Joseph McGinn and Harry A Vcencman Delegates From Kcmtucky The Bluegrass State Will Present Veoneman For Secretary ELABORATE PROGRAMME ARRANGED The thirteenth supreme convention of the Catholic Knights of America will be held in St Louis next week commenc ing Tuesday the sessions being held in the Southern Hotel This order is very strong in Kentucky and besides State delegates Joseph McGinn and Harry A Veeneman there will be a large number ofvisitors among those who will attend front this city being William C Smith and wife Mrs Joseph Hubbuch Dr B J Lammers L D flax and George F Schlafer who will be joined by others from different parts of the State Joseph Hubbuch was one of the delegates but his business interests are such that he can not leave at this time Kentucky will this year present a can didate for Supreme Secretary in the per son of Harry Veeneman who hash for some years past been an indefatigable worker for the Cathlic Knights of America The Central Committee of this city has indorsed his candidacy and the natioual body will make no mistake in conferring the honor upon him as he possesses all the qualifications for the officeThe programme arranged for the convection and the entertainment of dele gates and visitors by the St Louis Knights is an elaborate one Tuesday morning there will be a grand parade of the local branches under the marshal ship of Terence Martin who will escort the Supreme officers delegates and vis itors from the Southern Hotel to the old Cathedral where Pontifical high mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Kaiu stfi Directo of4theCathollc Knights of America assisted by clergymen mem bers of the order A special grand musi cal programme has also been arranged and will be rendered at this mass After the divine service the Supreme Council will be convened in the Southern Hotel and in the afternoon the officers and delegates will be tendered a carriage ride over the city Receptions will be held each evening in the rotunda of the South era for the purpose of meeting the Missouri Knights Wednesdays programme includes a solemn requiem mass for deceased mem bers at the old Cathedral after which there will be two business sessions fol lowed at night by a grand reception at Olympic Theater when the principal ad dress will be delivered by the Supreme President lion Patrick J OConnor of Savannah Besides there will be a num ber of choice musical selections and short addresses by prominent delegates Thursday will be devoted to business when the convention will probably ad journ At night there will be a banquet at the Southern Hotel which is lobe given on a scale that will do credit to the city that claims the banner for Catholic KnighthoodThis insurance order has in creased rapidly during the past year and no little share of this success is due to the active efforts of President OConnor whose reelection to the Supreme Presi dency seems assured The reports will be of a very gratifying nature particu larly those from Kentucky where much good work has been done SUMMER PLEASURE The New Zoological Garden Will Be Thrown Open Sunday At last Louisville is to have another Zoo Already the wild animals of every known species have arrived and been put in place Myriads of birds too have been brought here and hundreds of monkeys have come The largest lion known to be in captivity will be exhibited at the new Zoo situated opposite Jacoba Park during the summer Elephants camels dromedaries tigers leopards panthers bears llamas all will be shown at phenomenally low charge of admission It is to be hoped that this feature of entertainment will prove as popular In our city as it does in all other large cities of the country- In connection with the zoological garden a clean highclan vaudeville theater will be maintained Iii this no immoral plays will be allowed nor will any improper characters be permitted on the grounds at any time In addition there will be a Ferris wheel that will conduct passengers on aerial journeys a number of merrygorounds to delight young children and a band of music that will make each attraction more delightful till through virtue of lie strains It la the intention cl the promoters to furnish amulOtnent1overllilmmaohinucent pleasure and 116 expense jiJ being pared D d Lt to make each occasion one of delight Every feature will be the highest of its classThe new venture will be under the capable management of Mr James L Sballcross and there will be a change of program every week An admission fee of ten cents will entitle a visitor to all privileges of Zoo and theater In his management Mr Shallcross will be assisted by Mr Hoke McCrocklin and both Zoo and theater will be open to the public next Sunday There is no doubt the venture will prove extremely popular USEFUL LIFE CLOSED Michael Tynan Sr Passes Away Full of Years and Honor Michael Tynan Sr agedseventysix years one of Louisvilles oldest and best citizens passed peacefully away at his residence surrounded by the members of his family after an illness of long duration Though at times his recovery was hoped for the result was not surprising owing to his advanced years Michael Tynan was a native of Ireland but had lived in Louisville for over half a century He was a devout Catholic and his whole life was an exemplary one For about forty years he was with the old Shortline railroad and no man was more popular with his fellowworkmen Besides his wife three sons survive him They are Michael Tynan Jr Deputy Bailiff of the City Court and William and James Tynan Mrs Maurice Dool ing wife of Officer Dooling is his only daughterThe was a fine old Irish gentle man a loving husband and kind and indulgent father whose private and pub lie life reflects credit upon his nationality The funeral arrangements had not been made when this was written though the services will probably be held at St Johns of which he was one of the foun ders To the bereaved family we extend our heartfelt sympathy The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon at St Johns at 130 oclock BARNEY KEEQAN KILLED Barney Keegan one of the best known locomotive engineers in this section of the country met a sad fate Wednesday While bringing the fast Illinois Central train to this city a flange broke on the cnJlinein1aJ I1 aiegJLtlsf st 2tJI rifice Jis life iu the endeavor to save others His fireman was also seriously injured Keegans remains reached the city Thurs day night and were taken to his home 1326 Fifteenth street His funeral took place Friday morning from the Sacred Heart church the services being largely attended by railroad men and other friends JAMES B BROWN Popular Democratic Candi date to Succeed James B Camp Among the many aspirants for office none seem surer of success than James B Brown whonspres to the position of Tax Receiver to succeed James B Camp Mr Brown whose cut accompanies this article has lived here all his life and few young men are so well known During the past four years he has held the position of Chief Deputy and cashier in the office and is in every way qualified His standing among the commercial and laboring classes is of the highest and among IrishAmericans he has many staunch admirers who will give him their earnest support Since attending his majority Mr Brown has labored zealously for his party and his election by a large majority would only be a proper recognition of his valuable services JUNIOR RANK The Junior Rank of St Catherines Council Y M I a small but very corn pact body organized one year ago by Editor John Barry and composed of the very best young men of New Haven and vicinity celebrated their firstanniversary last week Quite a number of the lusti Lute rank were present and refreshments md abort addresses were among the features The entertainment reflected credit upon the members and their order You cant get out of a chair without ending your body forward Otputtigy- ourfel1inderHjthati8 if your are pit Utlg8ctrelyonJ1MclaairJnc1 not on the edgeofiLI H JAILER DALTON Sudden and Unexpected Death WellKnown and Popu lar Official Ills Long and Honorable Carcer in Postofilcc Court House and Jail Funeral Services Largely Attended at Sacred Heart Church Thursday REMAINS INTERRED AT FRANKFO In the midst of life we stand fac face with death Seldom has a p verb been more strikingly proved thin the case of William J Dalton Ill S S WILLIAM J DALTON Deputy Jailer of Jefferson county Las Thursday week he stood a strong man the support of a happy family esteems and trusted by all who knew him yours in years with the future lying before him like a broad field covered with morning sunlight This in the morning In the afternoon he became ill and At earnest reqiaet J JgilerJoLultrPfianvrg induced to give up his work at tl and go home It was not dreamet any one that his condition was ser nor did any one so believe until Mop evening when a change for the worn came suddenly At 4 oclock Tuesday morning he died of congestion of the brain and lungs after receiving the last sacraments of the church The sunligh had departed from the field of human existence forever William J Dalton was about thirty eight years of age Twelve years ago hi married Miss Ella Sullivan of Prankish this State Two children and then mother live to mourn his loss In lithe public career of Mr Dalton whll briefwas remarkably brilliant Wh beglulifeof friends by his kind obliging deport tiient When Mr Pflanz became Shierif several years ago he selected Mr Dalto as Deputy Ills faithful service results in his being again selected Mr Pflanz deputy when the latter became Jailer both capacities Mr Dalton was four layforecheerfully and promptly He was of the best men that ever lived sa Jailer Pflanz speaking of his late assists Tuesday morning There never was more upright man nor a truer Christi gentleman I could not have loved hi more if he had been my own brother The funeral took place last ThursdaJ morning from Sacred Heart church am1 was attended by hundreds of the leadimj politiciansclergymen associates The remains were borne PhihipHendricks Richard Quinn Dick Schmid John M NFlandi paidloftydq ceased He was an honest and noble man declared the pastor who knew his soul and his loss is a great loss to Sacred Heart parish His character has made its impress upon his fellow men He was merciful and charitable and time J angel of God has kept a record of Ms noble deeds He was a sincere Chrlstiajf with the courage of his convictions a true citizen and an exemplary man wherever placed Hyforof earnest faithful endeavor may h rest in ace V amiNO BETTER friendsareglaSltoThim his home for about four months He one of the most efficient and peg members of the Louisville fire depi anailastinjuries to life spine Hit comrad J the Np 4 house bavemissed him grea and will be elated wise he iis again ablj whichsot1 JI c rE 4 r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGnN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans VJLLXA1X 2U JxJGGNS Iublirhesr iUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter Lddiersall CommaalcaHorutotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weal Qreeo Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY II 1901 THE EDICT WONT GO The Louisville building contractors seem to be as far behind the times as ever One would suppose that in time they would learn that the world was moving at least con to realize that they are living inthe United States where all men are flowed equal rights one of whir untrammeled right to name terms on which they will dis e of anything belonging to them I not in Europe or Asia where employer is master naming and rcing terms and wages The kingman owns his labor and he the right to decide upon terms of its disposal He ii- e is party to the contract as much as his employer and no hones in will deny him that right ough he may not fully concedes demand No employer has tit ght Ho arbitrarily fix the condi ons and wages off his employes any more than the employe has the right to arbitrarily exact terms and Wages Each has an equal right to Tat which belongs to him and all e free to accept or reject This as honest men recognize it and nest men nowadays in labor mat rs acting along this line manage 0 come to an amicable and fait greement because their basis ib slice This is the American way and we mean not Americans whose only claim to Americanism is that they happened to be born in this coup Vjiut they whc believe and act eticaua on abasis of equal ust rights man to man the principal of American govern t growth strength wealth and ogress We have no serfs in this epublicBut Louisvlile contractors do tot seem to know this They ought o read up on the principles of the overnment the history of the ountry the character of the peo le among whom they live move ud have their being with liberty ights and protection that they do t seem to appreciate enough to ncede to their fellowcitizens his is manifest from their reply to he carpenters who ask shorter purs and increased pay The fol Iwing which the contractors de fared as their purpose reminds one regulations said to be posted in eran mines and European fact test ClTo leave the question of wages ith the majority of the employing bft or in other words to allow a tajority of contractors to decide hat a man shall be worth in any f the kindred trades I Those gentlemen are not in Si beria or Europe where the masters dictum is law but in the United tates where such arrogance- it not recognized Let the car penters conduct themselves in i r orderly and respectful man ter demanding only that which s just and in due time pub ic opinion will show its disapproval ffthe haughty ultimatum of the ontractors who will realize that tick things do not go and that hey must come down from their oftY perch as has been done in ther cities A workingman has ghls which even a building eon ractor must respect as the Louis ileBuilders Exchange will learn time RJDICUlOUSCA8LEGRAM f you see It in the columns of Lxiudpn Times it is pretty apt untrue This is particularly case if the subject happen to be h or with regard to the Pope nlast Saturday the Times Lted a sensational cable from its Lf Rome correspondent to the effec that the old method of electing ia Pope in solemn conclave of Cardinals has been changedthat the Papal power being absolute it involves the right of naming a suc cessor and that as a matter of fact Leo XIII already has used this right and named the Pope who is to succeed him The news was cabled from London to this country and nearly all our enterprising dailies published it broadcast The assertion however is an insult to Catholic intelligence The dogma of Papal infallibility include no such right No Pope dare at tempt exercise such power Were he to do so the man named by him would almost certainly be rejecter by the Cardinals The whole story is a malicious deliberate fake and newspapers that repeat such charge make themselves ridiculous in the eyes of intelligent Catholics Their offense of course is largely unintentional yet it is marvelous that educated men should be so ignorant of the true meaning of a famous Catholic dogma Gladstone would have made no such blunder in his day CHAFFEES BIG MOUTH During the SpanishAmerica war that of Samoa and for awhile in the Philippines several American commanders distinguished themselves with their mouths more distinctly than with their swords Most of us can yet remember the fate of the valorous sea Captain who sang II Hoch der Kaiser He was sent up toward the North Pole in order that his proBritish patriotism might cool If late accounts be correct he is in imminent danger of having com pany One evening this week General Gaselee the British com mander gave a smoking party in the Temple of Heaven at Pekin at which the American commander General Chaffee is reported to have said that never will you see Americans and Britishers facing each other in the field adding our national policy may be to steer clear of international compli cations but should circumstances arise in which we must make a choice our inclination will be with the Britishers It may be that General Chaffee now thinks himself all of Uncle Sams Government yet we predict he will entertain a different opinion by the time Washington gets through plucking him down backyard It is curious that a few weeks association with King Edwards subjects make the average plebian American properly fit for a proBritish smoking party in both the here and the hereafter Still little Tommy dearly loves a lord FRANCE SETS GOOD EXAMPLE According to a New York Herald orrespondent France has restored to China some fifty cases of loot aken from that country by the Frenchmen and officers acting under orders of Gen Frey The plunder reached Pekin last Saturday and was at once formally returned by the French Minister The dispatch adds that the Chinese entertain small hope that this public act of restitution will be imitated by other countries And indeed the Chinese are justified in so relieving Bad as France is she is yet a Catholic nation Several times in her history she has thus estored illgotten goods Time has hown that restitution is not a con ta ions disease If it were our own Government Dug ago would have restored to the r oa Catholic church in the Philippine the tons of loot torn from the sane tuaries of that country by such heroes as Frantic Funston score of officers and thousands of return ing privates Our War Department evidently has not a Catholic con science Restitution is a word iiif does not rightly understand THE POISONOUS HALFLOAF Apparently it does not take much to set the mouth of intolerance raging Press dispatches of Monday asserted that official Washington iis being overwhelmed with protest filed against the arrangement en tered into by the Government al lowing priests to teach religion tc Catholic children in the Philippines for half an hour three evenings each week provided the parents or guar dians of said children desire it The system complained of- is that known as the Fari bault plan suggested about twelve years ago by Arch bishop Ireland and subsequently tried in several of the public schools of Minnesota It is a matter of common knowledge in this country that the Vatican authorities condemned the suggested compromise hence American Catholics were genuinely surprised at the Taft Commissions resurrection of the plan It was difficult to believe that it had the approval of Apostolic Delegate Chapelle and certainly it was more difficult to credit that Rome would tolerate in the Philippines a system which was found so dangerous in the United States For this reason the Methodist Baptist and Presbyterian associa tions which have filed protests against this clause of the proposed Philippine law would do well to possess their souls in patience It is doubtful if any priest or other religious teacher would care to risk the consequence of such gross in subordination It is certain that the Vatican authorities soon would condemn the plan once put in operation Our overzealous friends al ready have been forestalled The case was settled long ago They are roaring without cause While this is true it shows how easy it is to get worried and say bitter things It is stated that the Cabinet will re consider its proposed law and per haps abolish it altogether We in cline to believe the church scarcely will greatly care Frequently a halfloaf is more poisonous than no bread at all The printers undoubtedly favor arbitration in their dealings with employers For years the Inter national Union has recommended it and it has been tried with satis factory results in Louisville Cincinnati Chicago Boston New York San Francisco St Louis and other cities by the local unions In the meantime the sentiment in favor oft has been growing among printers lad employers Recently the Inter nationall Union officials representing 30000 printers throughout the ountry and the Newspapers Publishers Association representing he leading newspapers entered into an agreement to make arbitra= ion a general rule This agree ment was not binding until approved by the unions to whom it was submitted by a referendum vote The returns show a majority of over 9000 in favor of the agreement only five votes were cast gainst it in Louisville This tactically puts an end to strikes or lockouts among newspaper printers unless one of the parties flagrantly violates the agreement which experience proves is very unlikely A London dispatch of Monday tales that the approaching meeting at Rome of Cardinal Gibbons Apostolic Delegate Chapelle and the Archbishop of Manila is designed o remove the conflict that has arisen between the Vatican and the Juited States regarding the seques ration of the property of the mon steries in the Philippines We doubt if any such question will be liscuseed However It is news to millions of American Catholics that equeatratiori actually has been con dared T dUpatch issignificant 11r IDfJc r inasmuch as it reveals more that was intended Now we know that a period of persecution lies ahead for the churchin the islands Some times jt is downright difficult for a Catholic to be rapturously patriotic In the Sunday papers of Cincinnati St LouiS and Chicago this week the Associated Press epot told of the capture of a British Lieutenant and his company by the Boers in South Africa Followin this was Gen Kitcheners report e of the killing often Boers and the capture ofa considerable store rof arms and ammunition In some of our Louisville Sunday journals Kitcheners hilarious report alone appearednot a word with regard to the success of the republics burghers Evidently there is a censor hereabout as well as at Cape town and he appears to understand his business quite as well as the hired man in SOuth Africa Now it is claimed that the nun ber of American divorces for the year 1900 will equal those granted during the whole of the three previous years If true the fact reveals a lamentable condition of society Perhaps instead of doing so much foreign mission work Uncle Sam would better attend ia little more closely to the deplorable state of affairs existing in his own household It is a fine thing to Christianize the benighted Chinese yet there are those at home who seem in need of instruction ss SOCIETY s i rJ J II Jfeeney of Middlesboro spent a few days here this week Miss Evelyn Mahoney of Marion wa this week the guest of friends in Jefferson ville Miss Jane Helm who was last weel the guest of Miss Mary Boyle returns home Monday- John C Rogers one of Lexington leading grocery merchants arrived in this city Tuesday Messrs Edward Ryan and Rober Burke are homeagain after a delightfu visit to Man notJrCavef Miss Mary Rogers has returned to her home in Lexington after a pleasant visit with friends iu this city Among those who arrived here las week to visit ffriends here was Miss Julia Rowan a pretty Bardstown girl Miss Mattie Howard has returned home after a very enjoyable visit with relatives near Ginseng this state Miss Marie Merriuiee has been enjoy- Ing a delightful visit at Bardstown when she was the guest of Mrs Rapier Haydon Mrs Blanche Farrington arrived this week from Missouri and is visiting her grandmother Mrs Mary McCann In leffersonville Miss Blanche Kennedy is almost entirely well after a severe illness of pneumonia which confined her to her home in Portland for several weeks James Sexton the well known ballplayer will leave tomorrow night with the Louisville Reserves on their Southern tour Their first stop will be at Jackson Tenn Misses Lulie Harris and Nell Sexton wo attractive and popular girls left Vednesday for a short visit with friends in Cincinnati where each has a large umber of admirers The little son of Mr and Mrs John Malone who has been seriously ill with meumonia at their home in the High lands has been pronounced out of danger to the great relief of his devoted parents Louisville was well represented at West laden Springs this week prominent long those sojourning there being Mrs and Miss Martin W L Sweeney C J Connor Mrs N L Sweeney and J F Watson Albert Brennan and Dr John A 0 trennan sail Thursday front New York for Europe and wjll spend the summer on the continent The latter will remain broad about two years for the purpose ofr further pursuing his medical studies Mr and Mrs Eugene Howard have re turned from Martinsville Ind where they spent the past three weeks Mr Toward is the famous chef of the Louis ville Hotel and his friends will be glftd perIIfeetMr Patrick Howard the genial and fellknown dispenser at Gormans Cafe Ninth and roadway left last Tuesday on his vacation He will visit several summer resorts pad take in the Pan American Expotit Ion Ills many Mends and acquaintance with him a jolly time One ortl1e tleetofthe June weddings will bt that of MM Lorena Hub lich the tj utifullandtalentedd- aughter of IaniIubbucbaudW- illiam Winter fcou of the late Julius Inter and r1 MfocUted with the niericaa lay at Company whose U engagement was only announced this week A beautiful function was the inform reception given Tuesday evening by Mi and Mrs Edward J McDermott at their elegant home 600 West St Catherine street in honor of Miss Edith Whelat of Baltimore one of this seasons most attractive visitors The house and table decorations were lavish and handsome Mrs McDermott was assisted by several ladies in receiving the large number of guests who spent a really enjoyable evening The most notable marriage announcement of the past week was that of Miss Juliet Weber and Louis Zehnder which will be solemnized with nuptial mass at St Francis church on the Bardstow road Wednesday morning June 5 The brideelect is the daughter of Marti Weber and possesses beauty and talent that have won for her many admirer Louis Zehnder is a wellknown youn resident of the East End whose hosts of friends will congratulate him upon winning so lovely a bride Following the church ceremony the happy couple will be given an elegant wedding breakfast at the residence of the brides parents on the Bardstown road- ROUSINO MEETING Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernian helda rousing meeting Wednesday night President Henness presiding Daniel Dowdle Robert Burn Maurice Healy and John Wells sent iiin their applications and Michael Doyle ani Joseph Hanrahan were elected to men bershipIt announced that the third and fourth degrees wonld be conferred iiin June for which special preparation will be made An invitation was received Ito attend the social meeting of Division 3 and President John Cavanaugh mar some timely suggestions under the head of welfare There were none repot te sick or out of work Chairman Grogan reported that the euchre was a financial as well as inch success FASHIONS FOIBLES Beige in all its many shades is decided modishTiny pearl buttons no larger than D small sequin figure prominently in fashion calculations The black and white hat is stnarte than ever this year Art buckles brushes and brooches are very much in evidence- In some of the stockings a few thread of gold are interwoven Dainty turnover collars ate of whit silk hemstitched and embroidered Oilcloths or linoleum should never be washed in hot water or soapsuds alwaY5 in tepid water The oldfashioned tambour white lac veils will be worn with the light spring and summer hats Like the famous little girl in the nursery rhyme the longer the bolero live the shorter it grows Elbow sleeves appear on the greate portion of the new dresses designed 101 afternoon or evening wear A pair of stockings in black have as small embroidered figures in red over the instep a golf club and ball Muslin gowns are being made with flounces of coloras for instance 8 white muslin with paleblue ruffles Mercerized cloth is a new material for cotton tailor made gowns It resemble duck and comes in all the delicate paste shadesIA very stunning outing hat for summa J shows a felt crown and a straw brim both white and trimmed with a soft Per sian silk scarf Large rings three times as big as tin ordinary eyelet for the ordinary lacing are set in low shoes as well as boot which are laced with ribbon an inch or more wide Collars will be fancier than ever am will be made from the same material as the dress brightened by loops of con trasting silk drawn through tiny buckle or fastened by an enameled pin If signs count for aught the red silk are to enjoy a great vogue during the coming season They are either shot with white or have an irregular pattern are in two shades of red or are in red and blackA coiffure is now considered the most artistic way of dressing the hair rats being no longer used Tile required puffiness is accomplished through waving and brushing Hair slightly parted is the correct thing It barely divides the hair at the top of the head and it is then lightly brushed back and not drawu down at the sides White waists are smarter this year than ever as are plain colors but in the colors the stripes are considered more novel These stripes are in three or four shades of the one color The waist with the yoke in the back a short yoke on the shoulders fullness below the yoke and blousing a little at the belt in front is an old pattern but a favorite one again 1ltS7UORI7 la Loving Reoaembroce of Edward C Marshall Jr Who Died May 12 1966 Aged ORe Year and TwealyFoar Days One long dreary year has passed Since we saw our baby last With his face so fair and bright Looking up to heavens light O Edward how weved missed you No heart nor tongue can tell But to Gods lovely home on high Youve gone from us to dwell We love him yes we love him But She angels love him more And they hsweetly called him To yonder shining shore The golden gates were opened A gentle voice said ComeAnd with farewells unspoken Hs calmly watered home PAPA ANn MAMMA 0- Y Lt ZOOLOGIGRL GARDENS ANDn SUMMER THEATER Rare collection Forest Bred finials THE FINEST IN THE WORLD FASHIONABLE VAUDEVILLE CATERING TO TIlE REFINED ONLY RefreshI ments Music etc Admission to all ten cents T J WATHENSII m M FAGtORY lCREAMERYM f ANDn DAERY l 3SQ Eighth StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c Brick and Euchre Cream pergallon100Ca- pacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers andeveryday orders Long distance telephone 2144 1901 November Election 1901 ET DICK Schmitt CANDIDATE FOR w SHERIFFJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party CHARLES F GRAINGER CANDIDATE F- ORMAYOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party KM + It t t t t It tit t t It t t It I l 1l1 IS A CANDIDATE F- OROtEHK I JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT SUBJECT TO THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY + It t t N It It It W ALLEN KINNEY CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 JAMES B BROWNCAN- DIDATE FOR 1 TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party W NICK VAUGHAN CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTINGATTORNEY Subject to the action of the Republican Party JOHNn FRANI rrWALTERS 11 Clay= Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2093 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON STII BRANCH HD S905 Weii LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE i i 421 AND 430 TREETmJ W LOUISVILLE KY I Q i wo GUS NEURATH CANDIDATE I- rORBAILIFFOF THE POLICE Subject to the action of Republican party 3x e sxj s s4 s S 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 1 HHHHHHHHHH JOHN ft PFLANZ CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION FOR 1 =JAILER= JEEFERSO COUNTY I Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party f A T L JEFFERSON CANDIDATE FOR MAYORSubj- ect to the Action of the Democratic Party Chas MeriwetherCANDIDANB F- ORTreasurerCitySubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1 2 oo7rlreeprnqTN D ST e5 TN CN 4P a kidmtSfiofttiancl an NTeleyrap7rSend for n hialoaut W V J ulpvill JCy Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President Big Four The Buffalo Route COURT S- TFenmaff tov 1901 r PanAmericanExposition ElgFour Route In connection with tako Shore Michigan Southern and NewYork equippedtrainBuffalo from South and West M E f aft Prrsfdrnl AptWJVrPDtppeAGPACincinnati u I SJGATES GENL AGENT LOUISVILLE KY WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out MOORES PLflGE 1621 PORTLAND AVE IJ Largest and Coolest Glass of o Beer on the Avenue JPINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES ANn CIGARS c r u I 1 ROGERo Nol LmY I Wines Liquors 1 And Cigars DRAUGHTI FAHEYS EXCHANGEC I IJOHN B FAHEV Prop N IL Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Talaphena SoA+ A n IRISH WRITERS Those Who Have Won Dis tinction In Kentucky Literature For more than a century In Kentucky it has been fashionable in some quarters to affect a disdain of those bearing Irish names and of oil things Irish At the present day if one could trust printed reports the Jew and only the Jew domi nates American literature music and art In Kentucky however the Kelt unde niably has led in literature from the day of Theodore Ollara Stephen Collins Foster and W D Gallagher down to the present moment In several notable in stances where the name is not Keltic a strong dash of Keltic blood exists James Lane Allen for instance is a mixture or Scotch and Irish Ingram Crockett ol Henderson Ky is also of Scotch and Irish descent Friedrich Karl tt Louis villes widelyknown German poet Mr A Winter had an Irish mother Bishop John Lancaster Spalding of Peoria has Irish blood in his veins Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller who enjoys high place among Kentucky writers of distinction had an Irish ancestor named ODonnell who was Quartermaster General of Wash ingtons army Lucien V Rule the Ken tucky poet is of Irish descent on ong side and Welsh on the other The mother of Mrs Nancy Huston Banks whose critical papers appear regularly in the Bookman and other literary journals up East was a gentle refined Irishwcman named Brady The late Frank II Rhea of Union county a man of splendid genius had Welsh Irish and Scotch blood in his veins as it were again unit ing three cognate races There is Irish blood in the veins of John Fox Jr Mrs Eva Madden Henry Watterson and a score of others that could be mentioned A full list would include a column of names identified with Kentucky literature Not the least distinguished would be that of A W Kelly Parmenas Mix whose humorous poetry was once so widely quoted nor should the late Clara Mcllvaine be forgotten Those of distinctly Irish blood or who have at least retained names distinctly Irish may be divided into two classes those who already have obtained wide recognition and those whose youth has so far debarred them from doing so yet whose talents ultimately will bring them into high eminence First place perhaps in the order of deserved recognition may be assigned to Miss Anna C Min ogue of Latonia Ky whose novels The Rainbow Chasers Cardome Borrowed from the Night have given their author a high standing Next may be placed Mrs S M Bryan Piatt whose poems appear from time to time in the leading periodicals of the country Paul OConnor of Covington also has won enviable distinction on Eastern publications The same may be stated of Mr Thomas A Walsh of this city whose gift as a maker of touching poems is car rying that authors fame pretty far abroad William Garvin Hume also of this city has written several poems which have been widely republished A sonnet of his on Gladstone a couple of years ago got into a number of the most prominent journals of England Other Louisville Irish writers who are well known are Will S HaysDaniel E OSullivan Emmet Logan and Miss Katie Don Leavy Of Col Hays it may be said without fear that he has won un dying fame As a brilliant paragrapher Emmet Logan is not excelled by any writer on the American press He h terribly bitter and often wrong but whenever he strikes his words sting like the fangs of a serpent Dan E OSullivan also is a bitter writer intensely bitter and fearfully bold and peculiarly vigor ous He is not an adept in bestowing praise yet roused to criticism each sen tence is a lash that splits the back of some unhappy victim Miss Dbn Leavy has not resided long in the city yet is well known as author of a couple of volumes of poetry and as contributor to a number of Eastern journals Her prose style is piquant and original nor are her heavier strokes delivered without attract ive force Another Irish writer identified with Kentucky letters is Edward Fitzpatrick whose coutributions to the Sunday Cou rierJournal aping historical lines are equally valuable and entertaining Dur ing the last two years his work of this kind has richly deserved warm praise Under his pen musty half forgolten facts have a way of springing up instinct with lie Few journalists have Mr Fitzpat ricks love of research and as a result of his patient toil his articles may well be considered pages added to history Equally helpful and scholarly is the pen of Dr William B Doherty whose excellent treatise You and Your Doctor proved such a pronounced success last autumn It is rumored the volume may have a successor within another year Many Kentucky clergymen of Irish birth or descent have appeared in the field of letters Among those now resi dent Bishop McCloslcey deservedly may be assigned first place The uniform ex cellence of his pastorals their careful literary finish their stalwart Christianity long has attracted many thoughtful minds both within and without the church A few months ago he appeared as author ofa life of Mary Magdalena helpful scholarly work revealing the depth of culture and insight of the right reverend feuthor Along a different line Father Thomas McGrady of Bellevue Ky has several times made appearance as author Each in its way his more im portant works such as The Mistakes of Ingersoll Beyond the Black Ocean Christian Socialism and such like have excited mnch comment During OSullivende plume of Henri Jones Brown has produced a number of short stories and sketches of Kentucky character which In the opinion of impartial and comps tent critics far excel similar work of ReyWOJ I Up Stair Over Enellsh Woolen mils Store One Door Wet of the Dill Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS Ae BRORING 0e 0eSr PROPRIETOR Brown Leghorn Egg- s5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier LayTwelvehensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 161 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 16 moreover has contributed several excel lent timely essays on education and other vital topics to various publications The poet now widely known as Estelle Marie Gerard is a Dominican nun of Irish parentage and at present a resident of Kentucky Poems of hers have ap geared in most of the leading magazines sail invariably find wide republication She is beside author of one or two pub- lIshed masses is a musician of distinct genius as well as a teacher of admitted ability For obvious reasons her name can not be made public Other lawyers in Louisville who have won recognition in the field of literature are Hon Edward J McDermottand Hon Matt ODoherty Mr McDermott has contributed to the Century Magazine the Catholic World and other periodicals and his work has invariablyattracted marked attention MrODohertys pen has been idle several years yet it is known that in early manhood he was a producer of much genuine poetry Out in the State even outside the State several Kentucky Irish Americans are winning recognition as literary producers Up in New York Miss Anna Blanche McGill is doing work that is bringing her name into deserved prominence Until the last two years she was a resident of Louisville Now critical papers from her pen appear regularly in a number of Eastern publications Down at Rus sellville this State as leisure permits Miss Nora C OConnell makes it evident that although a country schoolteacher she can produce poetry which Eastern periodicals find worthy of acceptance A poet of distinct ability even genius is William J OSullivan of Louisville Of late he produces little owing to a pres sure of other duties but whatever he writes possesses merit of a high order His work shows him an artist In the use ofwords Up in college at Rochester N Yanother OSullivan a brother named St John is carefully preparing for a career A few years ago he pro duced much verse of fine quality Over at Danville toiling alloy as associate editor of the TryWeekly Kentucky Ad vocate George W Doneghy is another modest unassuming man with a Keltic name and a Keltic face who is author of a volume of poems The Old Hanging Fork and Other Verses Down at New Haven Mrs Julia Barry Healy has shown herself in the past a writer of attractive short stories and of a number of poems of merit It is noteworthy that Miss Halpin OReilly whose latest musical production Delphi Waltz has been accorded instant recognition is yet a student at the Academy of St Catherine of Sienna near Springfield Short stories from the pen of Miss Nellie G Coleman of this city have been published by several Eastern journals Other writers of marked ability who have attained more than local fame are Miss Alma McDermott Miss Elizabeth Walsh Mrs Annie Nevin Cunningham Miss Sadie Doyle James M Keating J J Morrissey now of New York and Andrew Noonan of MayEville Incom plete as is this list it reveals that the Keltic mind is at work in Kentucky selecting and shaping visions of truth and beauty In all ages the Kelt has been a beautyweaver and under the luminous skies of qur Bluegrass State dreams that inspire meet him beside each brook and at the foot of every winding glade The race that creates great poems will not perish out of the memory of men and surely this list makes evident that there is now an Irish literary re naissance in Kentucky its well as in Ire land Certainly it k nobler than the arena of politics CJIARIKS J 0MAUBY JUME W I HOKB Judge W B Hoke ii again a candidate for County Judge an oboe which he held for many years with K nor and distJnc tion Every day be rececingaseur- aucea of support Th Judge will not be orgoUen by the worki igtocn whom he ttW failed to assiststLt BEAUTIFUL Will Be the Holiday Garb of Loulsyllle Next August When Louisville puts on the fine raiment of her holiday wardrobe and at night decks herself in the jewels of many thousand lights she is just as captivating as one of her own Kentucky belles The masterpiece of her glories in dress is however yet to be witnessed The costume she is to put on in honor of the coming of the Knights Templar of the United States the last week in CHAIRMAN R S BROWN August to hold their Twentyeighth Triennal Conclave will out tlazzle all her previous efforts in the line of looking beautiful It will take her every minute of the time from now until the big celebration rolls around in order to complete the exquis- Ite toilet which it is intended she shall wear in the presence of so many thon sands of strangers Col R S Brown Chairman of the Conclave Committee on Decorations and Illuminations might rightly be called her master of the ward robe Later on he will no doubt be dubbed the Queen Maker for it is no exaggeration to declare Louisville will look like the queenliest kind of a municipal queen when tier visitors come to test her hos pitalityCol Brown and his committee early began the task of planning the dress the jbity shall wear by day and by night through this eventful week They are not through yet But they have accom plished sufficient to warrant the greatest praise of their labor It would exhaust the longest list of adjectives ever col lected to describe how the city will look when the conclave throng is here Templarism is rich in crosses emblems and insignia appropriate for decorative purposes The five standard colors of the order are white black red royal purple and green Decorations will be limited to these as far as possible with of course a certain showing of the tints of Old Glory which is always appropriate when an American city dresses in her fineryEvery householder who will flaunt a flag or a banner from his front window is invited to do so Of course the busi ness houses wtll be gaily decorated All public buildings will be half hidden in colors And that is not all The com mittee has arranged for one of the most striking decorations ever seen a decora tion beautiful in simplicity and which will prove wonderfully effective It will consist in a hundred monster flags gen erously distributed These flags are in white and each will be something like twelve by twenty feet in dimensions Each flag is marked by a greaj cross of the order out lined on the white background of the banner The ctoss of Salem will be seen in purple the Passion cross in red the Maltese cross in the same color and so on A few of the banners will be half white and half black with crosses in color set on this background- At every street intersection in the downtown districts one of these flags will flutter over the heads of the passing throng Every flagstaff in the city will be provided with one of them The landscape gardener will do his share The city parks will give a living welcome to the strangers Flower beds are now being laid out in crosses and shields in colors carrying out those or the order Even private lawns in many instances will be laid out in flower beds in the same manner Electricity will of course furnish the jewels with which the city will sparkle by night The decorative scheme provides for the most extensive use of the subtle illuminating fluid ever conceived of south of the Ohio At the intersection of Fourth and Jefferson streets will stand the centerpiece in the way of an immense quadruple electric arch eightytwo feet in height two feet higher than the Equit able building Five thousand incandes cent lamps will be required to decorate it The top will be surmounted by a revolving cross and crown in scarlet and gold This structure will cost about 7000One of the greatest novelties will be found in the floral arch to be erected at Fourth and Broadway This will have a height of forty feet and will be covered entirely with growing plants and flowers about 5000 potted herbs being necessary for its decoration A fountain will play from the dome of the arch immediately over the intersection of the two thorough fares The structure will be quadruple in form that is it will present the same appearance from each of the four approaches and by night will be illum inated by about 1000 electric lights Another structure a Templar arch wilt be located at the intersection of First and Main streets It will be about thirtyfive feet high and will cost 2500 Festoons of lights will decorate all of the streets in the central section of the city Fairy lamps an unusually effective decorative device will be used in the illumination of residences and lawns It is believed that a total sum of 40000 will be expended by the committee and individual Irma and businessmen in the beautifying of the city in honor of the strangers who are here because of the celebration u r YS RACESRACESIKentnck t Last Day of Great Race Meeting All the best horses in the Westi t NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB ENDS PENCER President Educates Peopleand Expert Accountant Young For Business Good Employment and Success CALL OR WHITS FOR FUlt INFORMATION Union NtUaatl etflc ColiegaTREi1TS SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamrob to CHICAGoON e e l1itiI IMU atannmUll R011114 y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCAnagerw RfAGANS EXCHANGE s W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch pj THEN WHYDONT DONTYOU TIRED i CET A CASSTOVE Its a Womans Best 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All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night riages Furnished for All Occasions Cnrff RfNK fEtlR BREWING 60 iNCORPORATED rewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY Mlsx irM + bilA rM irMlilrO lrlnMrMflilM Mlrlrirllier erlrlrhirM IMriMtlrMlr li1 i PARADISEI a I I qod Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool L M J MICKEY PROPRIETOR n a lIephone 384 248 Wait Jpfrrson strain Ir 1 iHMiHrNM f+ lalltr4N rMMrk fi+Nr llili ih l rlt 9 CAKE PARTY Now Albany Hibernians Now Boast the Banner Indi ana Division Hundreds Witness the Initiation ol New Members Thursday Officers and Visitors from Ken tncky Given a Hearty Reception ANOTHER GREAT DAY FOR THE IRISH Last Thnrsday marks another great epoch in the history of Division 1 of tin Ancient Order of Hibernians of New Albany the banner division of the State of Indiana which now has a membership of nearly two hundred It will be remembered that last year fifty new members were initiated at onetime and since then the good work has been kept up by County President Pal Kennedy Secretary James OHara Presi dent Dan Walsh John Winn James McBarron Medsrs Russell Lee Lyons and the young men who are now largely in the majority with the result that sometime ago Division 1 stepped into first llbycess and determined to maintain the lead all went to work to still further increase the membership The effort has been most successfully carried out and last Thursday night the following were added to the rolls Daniel Burke John Cody James Goulding Edward Vernia James Normally Thomas S Kelly William Enslinger Edgar Gregore James Hennessy Owen Cull nan James Hammer James Kilfoy John Moore Edward Moore Emmet OBrien John Maguire Thomas Gibbons John Burke Thomas Kennedy Michael Thornton James Kanabcl Louis Vernia William Carroll and Frank McManus The admission of the foregoing was celebrated with a cake party and smoker to which had been invited the officers and members of the order from Louisville and Jeffersonville who attended in goodly numbers President Dan Walsh presided and administered the obligations to the can didates in an impressive manner The new members are all young men which augurs well for the future prosperity of the flourishing organization After the regular order had been passed President Walsh called upon the visitors for remarks Messrs Newton G Rogers Pat Sullivan State Secretary Coleman Presi dent Tom Dolan and the representative of the Kentucky Irish American making brief but happy responses congratulating their New Albany brethren upon their prosperity dwelling upon the funda mental principles of the order and the beauties of the new ritual and closing by promising all a hearty welcome when they visit the Louisville divisions County President Pat Kennedy who was late in arriving was received with enthusiastic applause as was also Officer Thomas Tully Among the visitors from Louisville were State Secretary Coleman President Tom Dolan George Butler Newton Rogers Denny Coleman Pat Sullivan Joseph Woods Pat Begley James GlUes pie Jerry Hallahan and William M Higgins of the Kentucky Irish Amer ican Refreshments were served during the evening there being an uuexhaustible supply of lemonade cakes and cigars The prize cake was cut by John Lyons the genial and goodnatured hotelkeeper This meeting was indeed an enjoyable- one and those present hope for another before long There are now several more applications pending but the good work will not cease till the second century mark is passed TUESDAY EVENING Youth and Beauty Will Gather at Fountain Ferry Park Should the weather prove fine next Tuesday evening there will be a beautifnl scene at Fountain Perry Park where the Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M L will gfve their reception and dance Many society people are looking forward with a great deal of In terest to this event and already several parties have been organized to attend from different parts of the city The reception committee is composed- of Misses Gertrude Huckenbeck Mayme CIley Anna Daley Emma Sholtes Lil lian Ackerman Mayme Burke Blanche Jraff Anna McEHiott Mayme Pink Carrie Uhlen Mayme Weber and Alice illard who will provide pleasing attrac tions for their guests The young ladies will be assisted by Messrs Joe Piazza Tom Carver William Oertel and James Davern and the indications ate that this will prove tire most popular reception and dance ever given by this splendid East End organization Those who would pend a really enjoyable evening should secure invitations and visit Fountain Perry Tuesday night- QUINTi3T DANCING CLUB The Quintet Dancing Club Wilt give- a select dance at Fountain Perry Park on Tuesday evening Nay 28 T11e corn liltee having the affair in charge are Edward Proctor Leo Schindler August UBgblutk George handWalterProctor The above members are jentertaiuinjdrationi who may attend a firstclas UNnenp tiI3H SOCIETY DIRECTOR- YA O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the SeCond and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice PresUentrrTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryLaD D Perrand- aFlnancfalSecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank freet- TreasurerJohn Mu11- oySergeantnlArmsohu Killeen SentinelTim 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 Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial SecretaryThomas Langan 722 Oldham street AssistantJohn Shaughnessy TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArmsJerrv Hallahan SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly President Rpbert Gleason Vice President John Kinney Recording Secretary Dan Gleason Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice PresidentThos W Tarpey Second Vice President Wm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial SecretarYJoseph Byrne Treasurer Thomas Keenan SergeantJohn Kenney- SEntinelTimoUly Lyons W BHOKECANDIDATE Judge County Court Subject to the action of the Democratic party J M CHATTERSON Candidate for Democratic Nomination For COUNTY ATTORNEY RECENT DEATHS The death of Annie Mary Mclaughlin which occurred Tuesday morning at the residence of her parents William and Bridget Mclaughlin occasioned inex pressible sorrow among her friends and acquaintances Her funeral took place Thursday morning from the Cathedral large numbers attending the requiem high mass and following the remains to their last resting place All that was mortal of Mrs Margaret Jacqueinin was tenderly laid to rest Mon day morning after a solemn requiem mass had been sung over her remains at St Cecilias church She was the wife of the late Charles Jacquemin a devout Catholic and a woman of many Christian virtues Her loss is one that will be felt in the community in which she resided Her home was at 215 Twentysixth street where large numbers tearfully viewed her remains The funeral of Mrs Ellen Guilfoyle widow of Daniel Guilfoyle who resides at 1706 Shelby street New Albany took place Monday morning from Holy Trin ity church Rev Father Kelly being the celebrant of the requiem mass Mrs Guilfoyles death occurred unexpectedly she having been ill only a short time and the sad news came as a shock to her many friends and relatives She was seventy years old and leaves four chil dren two daughters and two sons Robert Moosmilrloneof the well known and highly reepecteil residents of the West End died Monday morning at St Josephs Infirmary where be had undergone an operation The deceased was successful Merchant tailor and had conducted an wstaWMimcnt at1425 West Market street for orer thirty years lie leaves a grown son Louis Moosman to mourn the low ofa kind and generous hearted bather Ht funeral took place Wednesday moniiag from the Church of the ImmaculteCeseptioui of which he bed always beeMil dvout member and the solemn awirtlMr were largely attended The iutefMimt was in SL Louie cemetery You cantstand far five miuaie vttfe out moving if yqs ajplilindfcWe i r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing- the Past WeekGeneral- NewsI Notes A new division has been formed in Cambridgeport Mass Louisville ought to have a Ladies Auxiliary with at least 500 members The divisions of New Hampshire are preparing for the annual elections next JunePresident John Hennessy Joe McGinn and Dave Reilly visited Division 3 this weekLouisville has now two degree teams and was the first city to exemplify the new ritual Pall River Mass has a new company of Hibernian Knights affiliated with Division 11- President Tom Dolan was among those who visited Division 3 Ills remarks were well received The Ladies Auxiliary of Concord NIL have made elaborate arrangements for their May party Both degree teams are hard at work and a real and pleasant surprise is in store for all members of the order The Ladies Auxiliary of Anaconda Mont which seems always busy an nounces another pleasant card party for May 20- Company C Hibernian Rifles has com pleted all arrangements for the first ex cursion of the season of the Providence IIibernians June 2 State Secretary Hennessy and Secretary Clark have instituted another division in Montana located at Missoula with thirtysix members The Ladles Auxiliary of Division 6 ol Providence gave a dancing party last week which was attended by the State and county officers Division 1 of Dover has prospered during the past year says the Manchester Emerald and President Mantis will be reelected next month The deeds for the house lots donated for the Providence union excursion were received last week and the committee re ported satisfactory progress Lawrence Mackey George Daniels and Murt Gallagher are applicants for admis sion to Division 3 The two first named have done excellent work for the order in years gone by Division 3 has accepted an invitation to attend the entertainment of the Catho tic Knights at St Marys Hall on May 26 Joe McGinn made a neat speech in extending the invitation Delegates were present from all the Irish societies and the Hibernian Rifles gave an excellent exhibition drill at the ball of Division 5 of Providence It was the thirtyfirst May eve dance of the di visionThe only fault that could be found with the twentyfifth annual ball of the Los Angeles Hibernians was that the elegant bal was not large enough for the crowd present and the tickets were 1 each at that- Thomas Murphy President of Division 5 of Midland Mdwas presented with a handsome gold jewel by Baltimore Hiber nians who took part in the St Patricks day festivities under the auspices of their Midland brethren Division 7 has the handsomest and most commodious rooms in Rochester N Y on Clinton avenue Recently the County Board was entertained and all present were given a pleasant and thor oughly enjoyable tine The standing committee appointed to raise funds for the maintenance of the Providence Hibernian Hall has begun work by electing Capt Coleman Chair man and this week gave two socials which will be continued until the weather becomes too warm Wheel meetings arc now being given by the Ladies Auxiliary of Minneapolis The ladies furnished the entire pro gramme at the last one held with Divis ion 2 when several hundred people were present The auxiliary will continue these entertainments until all the divis ions in the city have been visited and the last spoke of the wheel placed in position Lawrence OConnor of Boston Music Hall the well knowu young composer and pianist conducted a monster concert in the Park Theater last Sunday night Besides the vocal and instrumental pro gramme there were attractions from all the theaters in Boston and in addition selections were rendered by a grand or chestra of fifty pieces under the leader ship of Augustus Coule The entire performance was given for the benefit of tire charity fund of Division 40 The Syracuse Sun says one of the largest and most successful parties of the season was that given by the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 7 When the President Miss Margaret Kelly called the combatants to order for the purpose of instructing them in the game nearly 200 contestants faced each other At one time it looked as though the Rev Father Magee of St Patricks would be a sure winter of a prize but fortune changed and he failed to land better than ninth After the prizes were awarded refreshments were served and everybody joined id saying the ladies were royal entertainers SPLENDID SUCCESS President Michael Reichert and the Catholic Knights who visited Covingtori and Newport in the interest of that great order are home again Their mission was very successful and will result in renewedactivity in that portion of Kentucky All were 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