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E Y i I AMERICAN =VOLUME VLNO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE S 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS 00111WORK Imposing Ceremonies at Corner Stone Laying of Free Hospital Right Rev Bishop McCloskey U and nInny Clergymen i i Present Magnificent Structure For Rich and Poor of All Creeds ANOTHER GREAT CATHOLIC CHARITY The ceremonies connected with the laying of the corner stone of St Anthonys Free Hospital Barrett and Wickliffe avenues last Sundayafternoon were elaborate and impressive and attracted a gathering that was variously estimated at between 5000 and 10000 people Before the imposing ceremony took place there was a parade about 3000 men taking part in which the thirtytwo Catholic churches of the city were represented as well as a number of societies headed by the Roman Knights of New Albany Jeffersonville and Louis yule who made a splendid showing in their brilliant uniforms There were three bands of music and Col Joseph Betz was in command his aids being Frank Speckert William Bosler and Henry Bosquet The parade started from St Marys on Eighth street and reached the hospital grounds shortly before 5 oclock The platform erected around the cor ner stone was crowded with priests ofthe Louisville diocese all who could possibly do so being present Promptly at 5 oclock Right Rev Bishop McCloskey arrived accompanying him in his car riage being Monsignors Gambou and Zabler The venerable prelate alighted with a light step and happy smile saint ing many pleasantly while making his way with the guard of hcnor to the stand where he at once donned the vestments of his holy office Assisting the Bishop were Fathers Raffo Bouchet and Ohle besides a large number of priests and VFranciscanThe beautiful services began with the chanting of the Litany of Saints during which the Bishop and all moved slowly twice around the plajform sprinkling holy water and blessing the foundation walls Next the Bishop and clergy pro ceeded to the corner stone where prayers were read and the stone laid Vicar Gen eral Bouchet assisting in placing the slab over the box placed in the corner stone This box was made of copper and among its contents were papers published here various denominations of money of the United States a parchment bearing the autograph signatures of Pope Leo XIII Bishop McCloskey President McKinley Vice President Roosevelt Gpv Beckham and Mayor Weaver and a history of the Franciscan Sisters who are engaged in the noble work of erecting this hospital The choirs of St Boniface and St Mar tins churches and the Concordia Singing Society assisted with the musical features of the programme under the direction of Prof Kleinmeyer After the Bishop had finished Rev Father Thomas York stepped to the front to address the sea of upturned faces and from the opening sentence to the last word be held his hearers enthralled not one moving His delivery was distinct and clear and his eloquent appeal for charity and brotherly love had a visible effect upon every one present His effort was indeed masterful and many a day r will elapse before such another one is heard In another column will be found a report which only does the clergyman partial justice Monsignor Zabler closed the happy and auspicious exercises with an address in German which was also given close attention The police to the number of forty under command of Capts Burke and Snyder did excellent service and handled the people in such a manner that there was no inconvenience at any time during the entire afternoon St Anthonys Free Hospital has the commendation of Bishop McCloskey and is an institution in which every resident of Louisville should take a special interest It will be a monument of which every Catholic and nonCatholic may well feel proud and for the holy Fran ciscan Sisters we bespeak that liberal and kindly treatment they so richly deserve e APPEAL HEEDED The appeal of the Grocers Employes Association of this city to wives and housekeepers to make their purchases on Saturday afternoons and evenings of Sundays has met with insteadI proval The men employed in I ceries are grateful for the a i far rendered them and now feel that I before long they will be enabled to atI tend divine service Sunday mornings ZENDA DANCING CLUB The Zeitda Daneink Club will give a select dance At Fountain Perry Park on Priday evening June88 The commit tee iia charge are determined to make this dMC one of the swcllest airs of the asaeou and are making every are i rMcemMt that will guarantee a delight tJ ful ernlng to those who may attend The club have engaged Kuehrs Military Band under the personal direction of Prof Julius Kuehr who has arranged special programme of all the popular dancing music for the event Club mem ersare as follows John J Barry August- S Keim Steve C Toomey Thomas W Furlong and Pete F Sutterlin ALLEN KINNEY A Candldato For Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court No candidacy at present engaging the attention of the Democratic party has more of a personal interest to the greater number ofour citizens arising from genuine friendship than that of Allen Kinney who is a candidate for the nomination for the office of Prosecuting Attorney of the Louisville Police Court Mr Kinneys long practice in the crimi nal courts has presented to him innu merable opportunities to do acts of kind ness and charity to persons in trouble and in need and he has never neglected to take advantage of these opportunities to do good The reputation of a man in this direction spreads over a community and it has been a powerful agency in Mr Kinneys case in making and preserving the friendly acquaintances His con nections with some of the largest social organizations in the city have given him powerful opportunities to demonstrate his faith and favor in trades unionism and in this he has made of laboring men stanchand gratefal friends lie lsa gentleman of culture and ability is highly respected by the bench and bar and esteemed by every one with whom he is acquainted personally or by reputaton He is big and broad enough mentally to respect andeveurevereucethose + who may differ with him in any line of thoughtAllen Kinney is the son of the late Major William R Kinney was born and reared in this city and educated in the Louisville Male High School and the Law Department of the Louisville Uni versity He is the senior member of the law firm of Kinney Fitzgerald The Democratic party would be honored in having such a gentleman as one of its representatives in the coming election and the community would have the anihonestevent of his election FROM THE HILL Committees Appointed For St Aloysius Society Picnic Dr F S Clark Chairman of the Executive Committee and Secretary Max Traut report everything in readi ness for the great picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Wednesday June 19 under the auspices of the St Aloysius Society forII the benefit of St Aloysius parochial school This will rank as one of theI important events of the year among the residents of the Highlands and a largeI presentTheat work during the past week and have met with much success They are composed of representative men of the East End as follow- sExecutiveDr F S Clark John Hol land Jacob Wagendorfer M Minogue SuppliesJohn J Sullivan M 1lInI ogee Martin Doll Nace Vetter Be1jj Hund Charles Cate M LanahanIAssist Ladies John Connors Edward Fenger Mike Welsh Frank Luvisi James McGrath H Rademaker Trinity Council William Gast TomI Garvey Jos Kirchdorfer Tony Huken beck Will Hillerich James B Ke1yI Joseph Piazza Henry Herberger Adam SchneiderRefreshments etcEdward KehoeI John Garritty William Otte John BatdIwin Andy Wild Henry Stottman Ed ward Henry Joe Grant Sam CasUeIMusic and Dancing Dennis Minogue John Keany Herman Mueller Charles Kelty Peter Ltnskey Tickets and Doors Charles Harrigan James OConnell Messrs Welsh Mc Guire and Quilligan The members of the St Aloysius Society will see that their friends from all sections of the city send a most enjoyable evening Their lady friends are also taking an active part and have awakened much interest in this years affair They will preside at the booths and entertain their guests in a charming manner IMPROVING William OConnor wino lat week sus tat ed a badly mashed foot while at work Camipany y as hiehomerU t i ONE DAY Looked Forward to With Pleas ure by Old and Young People Mackin Councils Annual Outing Tuesday at Fern Grove Dancing Buse Ball Foot Rae ing and Field Sports Features FRANK CUNNINGHAM WILL BE THERE All arrangements for the annual outing of Mackin Council which takes place next Tuesday at Fern Grove have been completed The members of the com mittee having this years affair in charge Messrs Daniel W Cunniff William Kerberg Charles Raidy Fred Herp George Lautz L Heck and Edward Andriot have worked hard for the past four weeks to make this their eighth annual outing the banner one yet given by Mackin Council and all indications point toward a realization of their wishes The advance sale of tickets has been so exceedingly large that both the steamers Sunshine and Columbia had to be char tered to accommodate the throngs that will take advantage of this opportunity for a day of innocent sport and pleasure Amusements of various kinds will be provided for young and old and the Young Ladies Auxiliary will serve an excellent dinner and supper on the grounds Dancing base bail foot races and numerous field sports will take place during the afternoon These annual outings are looked forward to with pleas ure and are taken advantage of by the best people of the West End fora general reunionSecretary Semonis this week received a letter from Frank G Cunningham announcing his intention of being present to meet his friends Mr Cunningham was an active member of Mackin Council while he lived in this city and although he has been located in St Louis for more than ja year past he still rctainsjiis inter est and memSership hereHIs many Louisville friends will be pleased to have him with them again on that day The steamers Sunshine and Columbia will leave the Firststreet wharf at 830 a m and 130 p m The first boat return ing will leave the grove at 0 p m and the next at 730 A dayof real en joyment is guaranteed all who accom pany the council and none need be bothered with baskets There will be no intoxicants allowed on either the boats or grounds and the committee has left nothing undone that will contribute to the safety and pleasure of the friends of Mackiu Council STAND FIRM Carpenters and Machinists Show No Sign of Yield lug The carpenters and machinists of this city held a rousing meeting at Music Hall last Wednesday night under the auspices of the Central Labor Union andthe Build ipg Trades Council They are still confi dent of victory public sentiment being now strongly in their favor as the result of the refusal of the contractors to agree to the arbitration plans submitted by the employes which were fair in every re spect and would have at once settled the difficultyAble conservative speeches vere made by George Lafayette representing the International Bricklayers Union R L Glasgow of the Carpenters Brotherhood Charles Dobbs and Judge James Gregory The speakers all com mended the men for their conduct thus far and assurred them that by standing firm the fight was bound to result in their favor Resolutions were unanimouslyadopted deprecating the conduct of the builders in obstructing the industrial advancement of the city calling upon the busi ness men to consider the fair demands of labor and deploring selfishness of any kind whether indulged by employer or employeBefore the meeting which was one of the most orderly ever held in Music Hall a large number of policemen put in appearance much to the surprise of the audience There was no reason on earth for their presence and they soon withdrew e CENTRAL COMMUTE All members of the Catholic Knights of America are cordially invited to be present at the next meeting of the Cen tral Committee which takes place at St Marys Hall on Friday evening June 14 Representatives of the Catholic Union will address the committee and Supreme Delegates McGinn and Voeuetaan will make their reports which will interest all Louisville members e OItEATCARNIVALWEBIC The great streetJ alralld carnival to be smu at the Zoo next week is said to be oeol the best ewer wUnaed its America Everybody now knows what n these carnivals areand they are more popular this season than ever The Zoo will next week present harmless fun frolicand festivity jvbere men can take their families and s njoy something l besides the daily grind of business and enjoy mental as well as physical recrea tion The streets of India with the camels and elephants will again attract I throngs while donkeys will be provided I for the children Tle troop of acrobats I audIbesides nearly all the novelities seen at the Elks Fair will be there In addition there will be the usual attractions and altogether there will be more amusement furnished than any i one can reasonably anticipate The Hindoo Magician will contribute largely tc the entertainment of the crowds His ast Indian puzzling trick in which a child is made to I mysteriously disappear and then return to a basket in plain VieT of the audience is a most clever tricks Messrs McCrock lin and Shallcross are providing the public with the best summer amusements yet witnessed in Louisville and they deserve libderal patronage ISLAND PRISON I Decoration of Graves of Con federates Buried In OhIo 1 Editor Kentucky Irisji American On memorial day fhis year as on for mer occasions the S0fl Confederate sol diers buried on Johnsons Island 0 were not forgotten in the services and decoration A few words about the island may be of interest toreadors Johnsons island is in Sandusky bay directly op posite the city and distant a little over three miles It is about one mile long and half a mile wide bounded by Lake Erie on the north ahd east and by San dusky bay on the south and west No cliffs nor rocky elevationsl are on its shores but by the band of nature the island has been graded from the center sloping on either sideto the waters edge where at some points the beach is sandy There are beautiful groves of black wal nut hickory and other trees and the grove on the east pointof the island wherethe Confederate cemetery is situ ated is more especially fine Here the soldiers who died ifs this island prison during the civil war are buriedo A steamboat from the city on Memorial morning conveyed It delegation of the G A j post a mini Jid many ladles ana gentlemen among whom was+ the writer to the island to decorate the graves pad offer prayers for the dead Actuated the scene and solemnity of the occasion your correspondent indited the following sympathetic lines for publication in the Kentucky Irish American CONPBDERATB DEAD JOINSONSISrAoD With silent tread and solemn mien On this Memorial day We march along the island green Hard by Sandusky bay To honor the brave whose graves are made In a lonely shaded dell- A fit resting place from the cannonade And the roar of shot and shell Here far away from their place of birth Brave Southern soldiers lie And of womans tears there was a dearth When heroes here did die In the prime of life in wars wild strife Valor was in vain While ruthless ruin was then full rife And men by thousands slain As we look around this historic ground No prison wall we see Lake Eries waters the place surround Lol graves are on the lee There sleep from fears in this world of tears- Earthly cares and woe Men who nobly fought in former years And bravely faced the Joe Ahl what thoughts aghast from storied past These headstones now recall When men went forth with bugles blast The Union to save or fall And the blue and the gray in a cruel fray Imbrued the land in gore While thousands lay neath Southern clay Ere the bloody strife was oer Now buried all neath a funeral pall Are deeds of bygone yearS And the heroes all who were doomd to fall- Mournd in sighs and tears But well strew today in a friendly way Their graves with choicest flowers For the blue and the gray are friends today In a happier place than ours DAN JU MCCARTHY Sandusky 0 May 30 1901 HESSLINS HEROISM Tommy Heasliri a wellknown Lim erick boy proved himself quite a hero at a picnic in Milltown last Sunday by jumping and rescuing a young lady who had fallen in the lake while out skill rid lara friends say he deserves a medal for bravery but be says he was amply repaid for his wetting by the young ladys thanks LIBRARY FOR TRAPPJSTS Arrangements are sow being made at Milwaukee to ship to the Trappist Fathers at Gethstaiani iKy the large private library of the Right Rev Monsignor Leonard Battzolltt Peter and St Pauls church who died there last week The collection coatfins some 10000 yolutnts of rare works on the Catholic Church and wee collected by Father BAt throughout the world U SONS OF ERIN The Years Great Reunion to Be Held on Monday August 11 Business Done by IrishAmeri can Society Thursday Night Payment of Death Benefits Ordered on Presentation of Claims IS NOW ENJOYING STEADY GROWTH Thursday nights attendance at the meeting of the IrishAmerican Society was the largest thus far this year nearly all the members responding to Secretary Joe Byrnes request to be present The business transacted was important and the interest taken in the proceedings gave good evidence of the confidence placed in the future of this organization which has successfully survived all oppo sition and continues to grow steadily President Nevin occupied the chair and all the officers were present Robert J Hagau the well known young lawyer and Robert Hegan were elected members and new applications were referred to committeesThe committee on the celebration of IrishAmerican day reported through Tom Claire recommending Monday August 19 at Riverview Park The recommendation was concurred in and after spirited talks by Toni Tarpey Mike Francis Tom Keenan Joe Nevin Tom Claire and others all of whom pledged their best efforts to make this the day of days among the IrishAmeri cans of the Palls Cities large numbers of tickets were distributed President Nevin announced the follow ing committees for the IrishAmerican day celebration Executive D H Russell Chairman Joseph Nevin Joe Byrne Tom Tarpey John J Flynn M W Murphy Jerry King and Tom Keenan- RefresbmentsJohm J Su11l- vanCbalrmanJobnKeuneyEugene M Shane ThomasCleary Mike Francis Dan Rafferty Walter Joyce Pat Con naughtonMusicWilliam Lawler Chairman John Chester Tom Claire Gus Kane William Claire John Mooney Michael King Robert Hegan Dancinst Phil McGovern Chairman Dennis Minogue Mike McGillicuddy Dennis J Heffernan John H Danaher William M Murphy J J Casey John Hogan Con Lehan It was announced that the new beneficiary law was now In effect This provides for the payment into the burial fund of the death assessment before death instead of after Under this law all benefits will be paid by the executive officees upon the presentation of duly certified notice of death This feature should add materially to the upbuilding of this organization Hereafter when a member dies there will be in the hands of the Treasurer the amount of the death benefit which will be immediately turned over to the beneficiaries and which it is hoped will soon aggregate 500 in every caseThe meeting was harmonious through out and much routine business and cor respondence was attended to Action on the question of a new hall was deferred till the next meetings which takes place Tuesday June 18 All members are notified that unless their beneficiary dues are paid in July they will not be entitled to any benefits FATHER DEEPEN Will Address Sacred Heart Congregation Friday June 14 The services at the Sacred Heart church for next week will be of more than ordi nary interest and solemnity Sunday morning nearly one hundred children will receive their first holy communion For the past two month the pastor Rev Patrick Walsh and the good Sisters have been preparing the little ones who will present a beautiful appearance upon Ibis occasionNext Friday Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey will administer the sacrament of confirmation This being the feast dayof the Sacred Heart church the services will be very brilliant as besides the Bishop many priests are expected to tie presentIn evening Rev Father Deppea will deliver an address on the Sacred leant and the church will no doubt be thronged as the eloquent clergyman has not preached there for several years Many are the kind words being said of Father Walsh for bis untiring zeal in be half of the members of his flock which should be constantlyincrealn e BAGS FOR THE HOME The laundry beg recently patented by John Tully the old lifesaver bas secured a firm hold on the public favor and bas the endorsement of well well known physicians M Dn W B Dougherty GoraeWOriSitha W O Robert lad n Health Officer Allen They are being fast introduced into the homes of this city and everywhere give the greatest satisfaction being always ready for the laundry and a sure preventive of mold mildew or bad odor They are so con structed that all work may be also returnedl in them Among the laundry men who have tried these bags with suc cessful results are Owen Sullivan and Tom Bottomley Attention is called to the advertisement in another olumnI NACE VETTER I Enters tho Race For the Position of County Jailer Nace Vetter the former popular Bailiff of the City Court and now Superintend ent of the Workhouse has entered the race for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Jefferson county His friends who are almost countless are working earnestly in his behalf and assert them selves confident of his success Nace has made a record second to none as a public officialone of which any man might well feel proud and his popularity with the working men makes him an exceed ingly strong candidate He is known as an earnest fighter and from now on the campaign for Jailer will be lively indeed LOGICAL REASONS Why tho Hibernians Should Organize a Ladles Auxiliary The Manchester Emerald of last week publishes an interesting account of the- doingsoftheLadiesAuxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Somers worth N H and believing that its re production in these columns might arouse the members and ladies of this city to a determined effort to establish a large auxiliary in Louisville we give the article in full The next important social event in which the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be interested is a negligee and ice cream supper to be given by the Ladies Auxiliary of Somersworth at the Opera House in that city Friday evening June 14 Like all events which are managed by the members of auxiliary organiza tions it promises to be a successful affair The Ladies Auxiliary of Somersworth is in a prosperous condition at present and its officers and members are energetic young ladies who conduct the organiza tion in manner which reflects much credit on their ability They occupy quarters in the Hibernian building which are fitted and furnished in luxuriant style Their sociables and entertainments have always been largely attended and the evening ball is looked forward to with much delight by all wlo love an enjoyable evening and a well conductcd timeThese auxiliary organizations have been of much benefit to the Irish Catho lic young ladies since their institution in Stratford county a few years ago The lodge room is to them a place where they exchange ideas that make them better fitted for lifes duties in after years This application inculcates a spirit of sisterly love of forbearance and of charity which is apparent to an observer They exer cise an influence for good on the mem bers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and they have given an impetus to that organization and have been the means of placing it in a higher plane The Ladies Auxiliary is not to be confounded with the womens clubs of which we have read so much about the past year or two The latter is largely made up of the society woman or girl UNDECIDED k Martin J Ford well known in local Irish circles arrived in the city this week from Humboldt Tenn where he has been working for the past ten months at Gillens marble works which is now turning out an immense amount of work He has not yet decided whether or not he will remain in Louisville though his friends hope he will e LARGE CONFIRMATION CLASS The children of St Marys parish New Albany are preparing for confirmation the class numbering about 200 The sacrament will be conferred by Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue on Sunday June 30 and special preparations are being made for the important event WITHDRAWS Marshall Hopkins has withdrawn front the race forCity Auditor and will devote himself to Ills profession This leaves- Roger McGratU almost a clear Geld his only competitor being Charles Neumever the present incumbent McGrathi friend areoosfltleatof isle success F OWENSBORO Catholic Knights Greet State Officers With Rousing Meeting Addresses by State Pres Id on Itoichert and Lawyer Clements A Splendid Reception Tendered Visitors by President Murphy WILL INCREASE THE MEMBER State President Michael Reichert a number of Louisville Catholic Kuj of America visited Owcnsboro last day nnd succeeded in awakening ne and interest in the great fraternal t they represent Though only s1 notice of the coming of the State offi had been given the Owensboro bretl were prepared and gave them a he receptionUpon arrival they were met President John Murphy Henry M Matthew Meyer anda committee eight or ten members of Branch 18 a escorted to the Planters Hotel wh the entire party were entertained at d ner by President Murphy the genial and vholcsouled proprietor After this all proceeded to the han of Branch 18 where they met on unexpectedly larger and enthusiastic assemblage It was indeeda pleasant surprise to see such a5 gathering of representative Catholics President Reichert was introduced by prominentlawyer givinginCatholic Knights of America He also urged those present to induce their friends to surround themselves with the benefits provided by this noble ordef His remarks were received with great enthusiasm and many made promises to unite and work to infuse new life and make a showing that will be a glad sur prise to the next convention Hon LaVaga Clements next poteV He is an orator of great ability slid his remarks carried conviction with them He commended the State officers for their zealous efforts and intimated that their visit would be fruitful of gratlfying results After impromptu remarks by r several others there was a general hand + shaking and good time for a social hour during which refreshments were serve inabundanceThe were royally treated an are more than satisfied with the trij President Reichert saidClAU and moi than we expected was accomplished if the way of promoting the interests of 01 order The hospitality of our Owe boro brethren can not be surpass Messrs Meis Meyer and Murphy bell most generous in their treatment of us The Kentucky State Council will co tiuue until all the cities have been visitei Copies of the Kentucky Irish America were distributed gratuitously and i recognition of the work it has done ft the Catholic Knights the paper wa highly commended by the speakers ant received many new subscribe- rsGETBSEMANL GoV and Mrs Beckham Visit the Famous Trappist Monastery Gov and Mrs Beckham and a number of their friends visited Getbsemani the famous Trappist monastery last Tuesday where they were accorded reception by Right Rev Father Obrecht befitting their exalted station The grounds and building were all tastefully decorated timeinof this house of silence and prayer Upon the arrival of the distinguished guests they were met by Father Obrecht and the College band the Reverend Abbott in few but appropriate word bidding them welcome Then the build ings and chapel were visited after which all were invited to the dining hall wj a sumptuous banquet was enjoyed Fai Obrecht and Gov Beckham deliverin short but pleasing addresses The entire party evinced the greatest interest jn this visit and departed early in the everf ing with pleasing remembrances that will y not be forgotten for years to come The party which visited the abbey Tuesday was made up of the followiaci persons Gov and Mrs Beckham 11 Kniskern Judge ORear anti wife Judge Hobson and wife G C McCbord and wife Gus Coulter 11 G Tandy Percy Haly Frankfort Judge Frank Daujjh city Bardstown Mrs Julia Beckham mother of the Governor joined her sotd at Bardatown The Louisville visitoil were as follows Mr and Mrs CharlJ Neumeyer Mrs Van Hirtb Miss Mai guerite liirth Mr and Mrs Joe lleji mann and daughter Mr and Mrs Mike Herrmann the Very Rev Father Bouchet Father Raffo Father Ward Mrs B L Miles New Hope Mrs Sat teeter Rapier Mrs Booue Rapien John S Moore Mrs Francis IINew Haven = ofr AM RrcANa KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKlGftN ILNIIIIIININNNIIININ Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana VXLL IAI Ai HIGGINS publlber i SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Rtttorod at the Lottlsvttlo Poatotftce as SecotulClass Matter i dlr eta all CnlllulcallonllotheKENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 3Z6 west Qreea Street SATURDAY JUNE 8 1901 IOUISVIr1IyTRIUMPHANT The Irish American Society alter i long struggle has at last triumphed over its few enemies who have done their utmost to retard i its growth Thursday night ther- ewaslI remarkable gathering at Hibernian Hall of IrishAmericans prominent in local business and social life at which the past and Fliure of this organization were lligently discussed ts prospects are very bright ed with the day not far distant n the hopes of its founders willfully realized Now that the icious reports that this society ild dabble in politics have been lied men are asserting their ependence and becoming men s The purposes of the Irish Ameri Society are purely social and nevolent We have watched its ruggle carefully for the past three years and now gladly congratulate the members on their merited victory over calumny and prejudice There is no other organization in this State that can confer so many benefits upon Irish Ameri cans as the local body Those who circulated false reports and made threats are discomfited Their work has recoiled upon their own heads and the IrishAmerican IIIJ Society will now grow rapidly not only in membership but power and r influence The Irish National Club of Lon Jyw Fdon t a meeting held May 20 r passed several resolutions touching I upon matters concerning IrelandI S Jwith some of which we do not agree but one among them depre I cating the sale of horses by Irish armers to the English Government n declaring that the conversion of rish land into horse pastures for he British army is not only an in mous treason in itself but a eadlyblow to the cultivation of Lie country for the support of an rsh population is worthy careful nsideration The references to avitt and Redmond seem to us at his distance uncalledfor r Mrs Richard Croker wife of the Tammany chieftain when asked whether she approved of women in politics though declaring she was not interested nor knew anything of them had the following to say HWhy yes I do Of clever women But I am not a clever woman But politics is a business like any other Do you know added Mrs Croker i musingly I sometimes think it is the business of making up other I peoples minds for them Who i will deny the correctness of theJJ epigram contained in the foregoing I There are many periodicals devoted t J t to ladies fashions but none 1 I equal the Delineator the July num rofwhich is now out This publication J easily ranks first among the j popular periodicals of the day Its Jftotie and threecolor work rep sent the highest art and the most beautiful effects Our lady readers I f should etch secure a copy of the July lumber which abounds with household matter and good liter ature Its Pan American and other illustrations surpass any that have IIP I coF me beneath Our notice I Americans of all denominations fare rejoicing that the illness of Cardinal Gibbons telegraphed frQmjj Rome was not serious The Amer ican prelate has hosts of visitors oily h the Holy City Next week he will leave for France I I TheBuildersl xchnIappeanc e nothing ion Lottfavilles111 =I 1 prospentyI1- D G TTl69KS3SSSSSS Miss Maud Flynn is in Chicago visiting her aunt Mrs E P Hettiger Mrs Nace Wathen left Wednesday for French Lick Springs where she will spend several weeks Frank B Burke who was in Jefferson ville the first part of the week bas returned to Indianapolis Mrs James M Quinn of Second street has gone to Detroit Mich where she is visiting with her husband Adam Probst left Sunday for his home in California after a delightful visit with Misses Theresa and Susie Becker Mrs Clara D Phillips left last week for Middlesboro to be present at a house party given by Mr and Mrs O B nol lingsworth Mrs Cornelius Murphy Sixth street has rented a beautiful place at Pew Valley where she will spend the summer with her family Miss Jennie Webb has returned to her home in Portland aftera pleasant visit o several weeks with Mrs Kate Green St Catherine street Mrs Earl Obenscbain has returned to her home in Chicago after a pleasant visit with her sister Mrs R E Fleming West Oak street- Theodore Lyons accompanied his grandmother Mrs M P McCune of Jeffer louville to Alexandria where they iare spending the week visiting friends Mrs James Burke who has been quite ill at her home in Jefferson ville for several weeks is steadily improving to the great relief of her many friends Ben Webb Rodman son of Dr H Rodman arrived in the city this week to spend his vacation He has been attend lug school at St Marys College Kansas Society will be well represented at Fern Grove next Tuesday the ocftjsii of Mackin Councils annual outing Quite a number of parties have been formed in various parts of the city to be accompanied with chaperones Charles Pfeffer and Miss Antoinette Losson well known young people of New Albany were married Wednesday morning at St Marys church Very Rev Dean Faller officiating They are spending their honeymoon at the Bl1ffalo Exposition Joseph Spalding a prominent young man of Lebanon and Miss JosieShrader one of Springfields prettiest girls came to this city Wednesday and crossed over to New Albany where they were united in marriage at St Marys rectory by Rev Dean Faller Her many friends throughout the city will be glad to learn that Miss Jennie Giles who has been ill for the past two weeks at the Sacred Heart Retreat on College street iis now improving steadily and expects tJ soon be able to mingle with her friends Misses Maggie Dunn Mary Reagan tayme Coyne Esther Owens Gertrude Lyddan Mamie Owens Minnie Ward Katie Marks and Messrs Jack Connors John Ward Pat Glenn Will Bennett Tom Flahive Will Sulzer and James McCrane formed a jolly outing party that spent last Sunday at Milltown Inc Messrs John Grogan Mal Shaugbnesa and John SbauRhnessy wellknow young residents of Limerick and popular ibernlans who have been enjoying a pleasant vacation in Dayton and other Ohio cities are expected home tomorrow Grogan will continue visiting Dayton at- regular intervals till fall when a lovely- bud will be transplanted here Mrs Thomas J McFarland and son Master Tommie and little daughter Irene left last Tuesday with her sister Miss Mamie J Fihley of New Jersey for a months stay at the Pan American Exposition and Niagara Falls where she- wllljoin her sister Mrs William t Tompkins of New York City Before returning to Louisville Mrs McFarland wUlvisit her mother at Newark N J One of the pretty Jeffersonville brides of the week was Miss Sophia Duitz who- was married Tuesday morning at St Anthonys church to Glover Coots The bride is the daughter of Bernard Duitz ani old resident of Jeffersonville and ia- sister of Mrs Thomas Groark of this- city The groom is the son of Coroner Coots and a man well knows ia Southern Indiana The young couple will return from their honeymoon trip next week IThelDarrlage of William J Duane of thlecltYand Mile Mary Eloise Fleming of Bowling Green is announced the- ceremouyto take place with a nuptial mUeTlMIday morning June 18 att peputarballs of Bowling Green society The room fa R welt known Zlmedck boy and fo employed ar Mdstant cuhier at o the IMiiiville Nashville freight office Joseph Tarpey and James Di Duane will act as ushers The young couple will be at home here after July 10 St Boniface church was the scene of a brilliant wedding Wednesday morning the contracting parties being Miss Adel phie Newhaus one of Louisvilles most talented musicians and a very attractive young lady who has a host of friends and Henry DeWitt a young man of fine business qualities and well known Fol lowing the marriage ceremony and nuptial mass an elegant wedding breakfast was served at the brides home after which they left for the Buffalo Exposi tion Niagara Falls and other places of interest in the East Upon their return they will go to housekeeping at 443 East Kentucky street where they will be at home to their friends I Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Nellie C Reedy and Leo F Brown which takes place at the r Cathedral next Wednesday morning at 6 oclock Miss Reedy is a lovely young woman much admired for her cltprmlug personality and cheerful disposition She is the only sister of Michael Reedy Secretary to the President of the Louisville Nashville railroad and James Reedy prominent at the Louisville bar The groomelect is a promising young man who came to this city from Lebanon where his parents reside to accept a re sponsible position in the generaloffices of the Louisville Nashville He is a nephew of James B Wathen Fourthand Oak streets The young couple have the best wishes of their numerous friends ffor a life of happiness and bliss Written for Kentucky Irish American TO E S M Elvira Syduor Miller You are all O K And something of a killer In your own queer way writingeeeeThat can cover everything And an honest Yayof fighting That doesnt leave a sting But if I were you Elvira With your poetical sense Id drop the mask of Tyre And something good commence You are certainly wasting Your talents on theTimes With prose and poetesting And comic local rhymes PEEKING ASPIRES TO SENATE Hon Albert Charltons Splen did Record in the Legislature Hon Albert H Charlton after serving six terms in the Kentucky House iof Representatives has announced his can iidacy for the State Senate His record was an enviable one and upon it he tie ponds in a great measure for success iin the present contest During his long service he has been a consistent advocate- off legislation in the interests of the workingmen Among the bills which were introduced by him and becatfle laws were those protecting the labels of trades unious and compelling the branding and stamping as such of all convict made goods brought into this State While the latter was largely a labor bill for the protection of the molders it likewise was of great benefit to Kentucky foundries and factories He was also the sponsor for the firemans pension bill passed at the last session and if nominated and elected will endeavor to have enacted a law creating a State Labor Bureau Isis popularity among the working classes lakes him a strong candidate and the mce between him and William Weller win be an exceedingly interesting one RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Dlgnan widow of William Dignan and mother of Miss Mary Dig nan died Thursday morning at her home 150 Bullitt street where she had resided for many years Her funeral takes place this morning from the Cathedral The funeral of Anna Fitzgerald was largely attended ht St Patricks church Sunday morning The deceased was a- hlghlv respected lady and for a number of years had conducted a dry goods store at Nineteenth and Bank streets She was a devout member of St Patricks church her charities many and liberalandl her death is mourned by many John Martin for years a resident of the- West End and well and favorably known among a wide circle of friends passed away Sunday morning at his home 1820 West Madison street His funeral took place Tuesday morning at the Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh being the celebrant of the requiem mass which was largely attended The remains were interred in St Louis cemetery The West End mourns the loss of another of its highly esteemed residents exOfficer Patrick J Mullen who died Sunday evening at the residence of his mother Mrs Hannah Mullen 1474 High street and ws buried from St Patricks church Tuesday morning Besides his mother two brothers Martin and Jamey and two sisters Miss Katherine Mullen and Mrs Mary Kallaher survive him While in the employ of the city he ma e- many friends by his uniform courtesy andintegrltv many of whom attended the funeral services One unusual style of tat I Wackcrlao line turns sharply from the face in front in a sort of Napoleon shape and directly lathe center fastening the brim lotliec- rown Isa bunch of pink rosee On- each side under the brim iercare two rosettes of black velvett ribbon with loops ou one side falling over tlie heir There another bunch of rosee at tlteiwck- ChArleafins Spindle has pretty fteeth x aLTffie 5Emlly epkefullyYesi and quite inexpensive ones too FATHER YORK His Eloquent aad Powerful Disi course Fast Sunday Afternoon Makes au Earnest Appeal to ChrIstians LovoOne- Another Points Out the Benefits God Bestows Upon Givers of Charity FOR SOUL AS WELL AS FOR BODY f For the benefit of its many readers who were unable to attend the services connected with the laying of the corner stone of the new St Anthony Hospital last Sunday the Kentucky Irish Amen I I REV THOMAS A YORK can herewith presents a synopsis of the address delivered by Rev Thomas York the learned and popular pastor of 5St Pauls church the reading of which will give but faint idea of its beauty and powerThe eloquent speaker took his text from the Scriptures Brethren if I speak with the tongues of men and of angels and have not charity I am become as sounding brass or a tinkling cymbal and then addressed the vast multitude as followsFriends we are assembled here today in one common cause the welfare and salvation of our fellowman We of the church of the living God are not of conservative charity Our charity is that born of our holy God giveu faith God whose charity is infinite and extended to all mankind has taught us by his divine revelations and continues to teach us by the voice of his church that we must love God above all things and our neigh bors as ourselves No man can love God who does not love his neighbor Our charity is born of God and like God we love all mankind We thereby fulfill the mandate of Chrift Love your neighbor as yourself We know no color no nationality we despise not the dissenting brother Our charity is ex ttnded alike to Jew and gentile to heathen and Christian to Catholic and Protestant As Gods agents therefore ready always to do his work upon earth we are gathered today Bishop priests and people to participate in only one of the many charities imposed upon us by the voice of God in regard to our neighbor viz the laying of the corner stone of a hospital for the poor as well as the rich The sick and the dying will find no umbrage within its sacred walls and while we are gathered in one common cause we rejoice that the good God has chosen us unto this his work We stand here today beneath the blue dome of the heavens We look on all sides and we behold the creative power of Godthe sun glorious and bright warming and giving light to all created nature both animate and unanimate This good and great God the creator nineteen hundred years ago sent his mightIlof all his divine teaching was Love od with all your heart and your whole Isoul and all your mind I and his second commandment was like unto the first Love your neighbor as yourself Because our Divine Lord has walked upon earth as our teacher we have a more intuitive and clearly defined know ledge of him of his mercy and his justicethan man could have bad before his coming He has broken for us the bread of life has opened his mouth and revealed to us things hidden from the foundation of the earth To you it is given to know the mysteries of God and from this knowledge he expects great things of us On this blessed day we are forced to meditate upon the greatgoodness of God This the feast of the Blessed Trinity recalls the revelation of one of the most stupendous mysteries of God to man All religion is centered in Gods revelation of this august mysteryone God and in that one God three divine persons The second person of this Blessed Trinity came down from heaven and assumed human nature to teach us how we were to live ini order that we may not lose our Immortal souls a d liia greatest mandate was 4LoveGo4abpyeall things and your neighbor l yon self He is the way the truth and the KfeLlke him wh- otalighuaWe unwt show mercy to all- batredto none We gnat love our ne wise pray for diiJloperHCute and ealnwniateus awl do good to all who rdevik upever ffocgetUag tlwt charity is ueeIt1I patient f mild I chOMtil1ri his designs lor the salvation of tl1ebu man race From the sto1icUmes till our day he has always selected certain ones to be the dispensers of his graces and mercies to the afflicted God has set aside certain of his servants to be ministeringi ofltheobligation of supporting these Godly In stitutions On this blessed day the feast of the Blessed Trinity we are laying tbe corner stone of an edifice whose portals will like the doors of the Roman Catholic church be always open to the na tions of the earthbe opened to Gods afflicted ones and it will not be asked are you Jew or gentile are you of the church of God or are you a Protestant The charity which shall characterize tbe government of this Institution shall be born of God God loves the body as well as the soul The poor sick body brought into subjection by dependence and pain will here have time to thiuk of God iand its total dependence on him both in Ithis world and the next The man afflicted not able to care for himself from kindly care is easily led to God Thus this hospital will couserve two purposes 1e care of the body and the immortal soul of man Without this motherly care given by the good and gentle Sisters many thousands would never think of Godnor their immortal souls The charity required of us toward our neighbor is not that which feeds the body alone but principally that which feeds the soul Man lives not by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out from the mouth of God The good Sisters herein will be the representatives- of God and the agents of God in caring not only for the body but also for Ithe- soul for our fighting is not against I the power of darkness Man fights according to the arms given him Herein all and every kindly care shall be tendered him for soul and body Gods love shall be made manifest by his munstering angels the good and pious Sisters Takeupyour Bible and turn to Chapter XVI verse 19 and there with what follows you will learn of Gods severe chastisement of Dives the rich man who closed his ears to the pitiful cry of poor Lazarus For his cruelty to his neighbor- he was condemned to hell and kept there because he despised only one of Gods poor What will be the vengeance of n just God upon men whose hands are empty when they come to judgment- men who have never harkened to the command of God nor to the cries of Gods poor and afflicted ones Friends if you would save your souls love Godabove aU things and your neighbor as yourself Written for the Kentucky Irish American MABELS LAST VISIT One evening into the churchyardold Stole a little lame figure withcurls of gold Wbo opened wide her bonny blue eyes As she gazed around in wondrous surprise Why do not some of the people during ttie week v t Come to visit their loved ones who peacefully sleep But no they all wait till Sunday instead When every one comes to visit the dead When I too have gone to my rest I know who I will love bes- tIts the one wholl come during the week To visit my grave while I peacefully sleep Then she sank down upon a cold stone Sat there by her mothers grave all alone And the sexton seeing her sitting iso quiet With her curls tumbled over her face iso white Gave her a gentle touch and bade her arise For the gathering clouds and threatening skies- Foretold the coming of an April shower And as Mabel arose she gave him some flowers To see my mammas grave I came For the first time for you know I am lame Those flowers I to you a few minutes since gave Please plant for me on my mammas grave I shall never again leave mamma out here alone Where the wet winds sigh and the willows moan I will come every day during the week To visit her grave while she peacefully sleeps This maiden though only eight years old- Came to the graveyard In heat and cold Till1 one eve when the sun sank in the West Mabel too sank to her rest- Close by her mother she now sleeps While the willow oer head moans and weeps Porthe little one who though weak and lame In sunshine and storm to the graveyard came- Dear little Mabel you are now at rest- And I am going to be the one you love best- For I will come to the graveyard during the week To visit your grave while you peacefully sleep EWA N DORR TilE INCREDULOUS SUBORDINATE A commanding General retreating after defeat came upon the camp of a- subordinate who was playing cards- with hIs men Why did you not march to my assist ance sir thundered the ommaBdln- gGet1tralDid you not hear the report of ny guns Reports Oh yestheubonllnetere- plied X heard them all right but I did not believe them I used to be a reporterPapa what Is A ki gW1ii g my ehlkl in a person whose authority k Hicully untiwM wlMMte won lalaw and whom everybody must obey- 1apr laniaammaa kingn u- c L Zoo and Summer Theater Rare collection Forest Bred ftnimais THE FINEST IN THE WORLD FASHIONABLE VAUDEVILLE CATERING TO THE REFINED ONLY Ferris Wheel and lots of other attractions Refresh ments Music etc Admission to all I ten cents T WATHENS m M fFACTORY l M r BAKERYf 629 Eightl1 Street 75cSherbetsgallonBrick 100 S5c Capacity 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 Schmitt CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFFJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Demo cratic Party +H M HH M M M M H++ U H t tM t Mt tM Mt M H M M H 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION wo ja eEMi ONIIii I IS A CANDIDATE F- OROTEHK JEFFERSON COUNTY CoURT SUBJECT TO TILE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY H+ ++++HH++H + tM M M + H M +M t+f M T t H IIHM M MI MIt W ALLEN KINNEY CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 JAMES B BROWN CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party W NICK VAUGHAN CANDIDATE F- ORPROSECUTING ATTORNEY Subject to the action of the Republican Party VOTE FOR Charles Q Hulsewede CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ATTORNEYSubject to Action of the Democratic Primary July 91 1901 JOHN E FRANIC WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 309a LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 fiNE WINES AND LIQUORS J 401 EAST JEFFERSON ST J BRANCH HODS 905 Wi MARKET LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 423M 4JO EAST JEFFERSON STREET I i ISVfLLEi KYU1 n- r rJ ri TPK V M i t t I IJSC t 1 r NTUeKY IRX Ai ERc 7 V1 y Sx H JR FOR STATE Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject the action of the Democratic party Primary July 9 1901 DR HARRIS KELLY FOR CORONER Subject to the action of the Democratic p- artyChasMeriwether CANDIDANE FOR City TreasurerSubject to Action of the Democratic Party WHYDONT IUr WMJ WELLER SElOTATOIZ GUS NEURATH CANDIDATE FOR BAILIFFOF Subject to the action of Republican party ELECTION JIW1 F- ORCotrnty AssessorSubject w 1t707P tlzJTtqHz BEST ts THE cne pesr Penmanship m- S7tor71tan rra o 7JIurftlnq ll- Te7eyrap7ty Nbfalo9ueZE uisvilleKfS- even 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 School all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT ill aIM 0 i 384 248 111IF j i to a l o IRan Alt of Woman Dirt Danger and more more nt aura soof 1o wipe ttwar- ao d more Ito carry 0 1901 the welcome open President IS CRYING Because She to Go With Her Mamma ON THE u ROUTEI f I CJIiiq It r o e s I IIlb In an PARLOR DINING CARE H BACON District Ky FRANK J tanagerWflak tIi41i4 411 ARADIS131SAMPLE Good a Specialty Ball Pool PROPRIETORaa a Tele hone West Jefferson Street0 a- ie4 qIpIltMiid iM11i11IM11ilM11b ISOj I THEN TIRED1 GET A- CAS STOVE Its Vlol11ansBestFdend foritUtktfMof Drudgery Ho dampers regulateno lugkkao away COMPANY NOVEMBER 1901 Napier Democratic Party SHEWanted t- oCHICAGO JMONDN ELEGANT Passenger Agent Louisville AgentC Liquors Fifteen The AcknowledGed Standard of Ex alUmnae Quick Meal Gas RangesEv- ery one sold speaks for iteelfAnli oneIsells another I aEHER SON 2 SeosMld r 1- 1f IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The total inhabited houses in Ireland are 858503 uninhabited 72582 and building 2592 By the collapse of the side of a quarry at Gourns near Ennis five men were partly buried and one of them sustainedI I such injuries that he is not expected recover I I D D Sheehan was on Friday returned without opposition as Parliamentary f representative of Mid Cork to fill the I I vacancy caused by the death of Dr TannerThe number of families in Ireland in 1901 is returned at 910508 being a decrease of 21605 as compared with 1891 and the average number of members in each family is given at 47 as against 60 United Irish League meetings were held throughout Ireland last Sunday John Clancy spoke at Clondalkin County Dublin William ODoherty and J P Farrell at Culdaff County Donegal and John ODounell at Cloonfad County Mayo A report reached Limerick on Friday evening that a body had been recovered from the Shannon near OBriens bridge County Clare which is believed to be that of the Rev Father OBrien of Killa loe who has been missing for a consider able time On Thursday the result of the Nenagh Urban election was declared and resulted in an overwhelming victory for the Labor party whose entire twentyone nominees were returned The lowest candidate on the Labor ticket polled 270 and the highest on the Ratepayers had 242 votes It is announced that according to the recent census the population of Limerick shows little alteration compared with the figures of 1890 The return now made shows the population of the Borough of Limerick to be 37191 as compared with 37155 in 1890 being an increase of thirtysixHis Most Rev Dr McGennis has made the following clerical changes in the Diocese of Kilmore Rev Patrick Mallow to Dromahair Rev T Connolly Dromahair to Drumkeeran Rev F Brennan Drumkeeran to Kinlough Rev Charles Flynn Kinlough to Mullies Rev Peter Brady to Ballaghatneeban The quarterly summary of the weekly returns of births and deaths in the Dublin registration area and ir the principal urban districts in Ireland shows that in Dublin there were registered 2859 births a higher rate than that recorded inI either London Glasgow or Edinburgh The deaths numbered 2998 which is also higher At Killmallock petty sessions on Satur day Patrick Coll J P was prosecuted for alleged abusive and threatening Ian i guage toward a police sergeant Con siderable interest was manifested in the proceedings the court house being crowded to inconvenience The defend ant was bound to the peace for twelvemonths or in default fourteen days hard labor The defendant subsequently en tered into bail A good indication of the progress which the Irish language movement has made during the past twelve months is J afforded by the enormous increase of the number of entries received for this years Oireachtas as compared with those of last years festival Last year the total num R ber of entries for the literary competi lions amouuted to 1 10 and this year there is an increase of sixtythree the total number of entries received being 173 Friday evening a young man aged nineteen named Jeremiah Deyanny was 1 found dead in a gripe in a field near j the village of Toomevara about five mild from Nenagh During the afternoon he had played several games of hand ball in the village ball alley and appeared to be in his usual robust health On the finding of the body there were rumors of foul play but Dr Kennedy who was ca1ledt in pronounced death to bedue to natural causes A great demonstration under the auspices I of the United Irish League was held in Drumkeeran County Leitrim Bands and contingents attended from the I principal centers of North Leitrim while representative deputations were present from Kinlough Kiltyclogher Glenade Glenfarne and Drumshambo Eloquent and stirring speeches were delivered by John Ferguson of Glasgow Joseph Devlin of Belfast and Denis Johnson of DromahairOn the Irish census returns were submitted to Parliament They show that the total population on April 1 last was 4450540 being a decrease of 248204 or 53 per cent since April 1tt 1891 The males were 2197739 audJj females 2258807 Divided by religious denominations the numbers are Cathott lies 3310028 or 237279 less than in Olj Protestants 579335 or 20718 less than in 91 Presbyterians 443494 or 1480I less than in 91 Methodists 01255 or an increase of 5745 An outrage was perpetrated in the lownland of Drumnamele County Tyrone resulting in a serious loss to a man named William Maguire It appears that Maguire Was absent when the outrage was committed the only persons at home being his wife and two small children The barn and byre in which wereflveff cows were set onjfire and before anything could be done to are the animals tbreea of them were burned to death and the remaining two badly injured The matJter was jUlmediately reported to the con fire d Iifil1rclyanlltliatcould be done both barn and byTe were urlHldto the ground We deeply regret to announce the death of Sdward Holohatit which sad event oc tarred on Monday after a protracted fill nerea The deceased gentleman was a ntember of tine Dublin corroration O- fBra1tlrbaa Council and of the Rort andfj 0 roles J TvnLYsH- andKnitted PATENT Laundry Bag 01 0 1A 1Q extt Iex What the llealt Officer My This V to certlty that wo hareill examinede a t manufactured by ofLouisville thatIfstoringlinen prepnratoryto the air having free throughthe make them more Ba- nItarytlianlfitoredln dosed receptacleb M K ALLEN nrallhomerr DrWO ROBERTS I have used one of excellent contrivan ces In my family I Ifully endorse tncir great value and convenience Dr GEO W GRIFFITHS IOHN J TULLY 232 Third Aye LOUISVILLE KY aAr cKS s All sizes and at reasonable prices Rope Ladder Fire Escapes for residences All 1kinds of rope canvas and twine work putupold Life Saver 232 Third street RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines 1 Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon upIjHot Soup and Warm Lunch Ma MURPHYDEALER IN IGROCERIES PRODUCE MEATS Wines Ligeore Feed HIT aadOrain S JS Cor Seventeenth and Portland A- nMOORESPLf6E 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCATL John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out ROGER MUM 3 i Wines Liquors I And Cigars i- X COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT I o N W Cor 21st and Portland 1 DUNIGANS SeventeenYear Old Whiskies Bourbon and Rye for family use 600 per gallon- N W Corner Seventh and St Catherine FAIMS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3O44 A Docks Board for many years and he was also for some years Chairman of Kilmain ham Township Board He brought to the discharge of his public duties great commercial tact slut ability and his court eons and kindly disposition endeared him to all who had the privilege of knowing him For some months past he had been in very precarious health but few thought that the end was so near at hand and the news of his deathw received by a wide circle offriends with unfeigned regret On Tuesday last at the Convent of Mercy Dublin the solemn and imposing ceremony of the profession of five nuns took place says the SlIgo Champion Among those five ladies who had forever renounced the world and undertook to devote the remainder of their Uves to Gods service and to minister to the wants of the Poor and sick and the af flicted was Miss May Rose Collery in religion Sister Paula the amiable and accomplished daughter Of our worthy and esteemed llowcitizen Bernard Collejy P of dregg Hotise Balliacar His Grtce the Archbishop of Dublin presided the solemn ceremony and WM aaaisted several Catholic clergymen including the Rev Father ConatrS J and the Rev Father Kelly S Jjbotb of whom had ieeu iecforaof Ctoajrowee College Wife That new girt aleep like a log atod Jnever caqget hers Bp1 Jnjihe mora lag Iluabatid strackbyIr lht1deLet tie brix deep with Iwr HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral News Notes Division 3 has no members on the sic ist The members of Division 3 gave M J Ford a hearty welcome Monday night Much interest is felt in the coming election of officers by Division 3 whichi takes place Monday June 17 I I James Barry of Division 1 made n I short but effective talk on Unity tto the members of Division 3 this week I President Henncssys friends want tto I elect him for another term lie has I made a splendid officer for Division 4 Division 1 meets Tuesday night President Dolan urges all the members to be present as he has important information toimpartThe degree team did excellent work Monday night The singing of the choir was a pleasant surprise consider ing the little practice had Hibernians should visit Division 2 Thursday night Will Meehan John Keany Owen Kciran Tom Cnjnfield and John Mooney know how to entertain visitors and send them home happy The hall question will be settled next week The new quarters will be more easy of access and when the divisions move into them they will find the Hall Board has provided them with an elegant and commodious hall The first and second degrees were on ferred upon Michael Murphy the well1 known successful Portland avenue grocer Murt Gallagher George Daniels and Lawrence Mackey last Monday night They will contribute much to the pros perity of Division 3 The question of having a union picnic or field day was ably and thoroughly dis cussed Monday night by County Presi dent Keenan State Secretary Coleman Division Presidents John Cavanaugh and Thomas Dolan George J Butler an Denny Coleman The members at large are now anxiously awaiting the decision of the County Board of Directors FASHIONS FOIBLES A black velvet band fastened with loop and some oldtime clasps is worn around the waist Parasols of mirror silk with inchwide fan tucks around the edge are very chic with carved handles of ivory Gray suede gloves have greater favor than any other one kind and they certainly are as all around suitable with all gowns as any one color can be The striking feature of the long and three quarter length coats is the collarless neck which gives them something of the effect of a Japanese garment White petticoats of sheer fine lawn have resumed their rightful sway in the world of fashion and developed great possibilities in the way of decoration Very quaint and pretty are the lace fichus and berthas to wear with thin gowns as a shoulder strap and a befitting accompaniment to the becoming picture hatsOne very appreciable feature of the summer hat is its lightness in weight as well as color While it may be huge in size it can be a featherweight all the sameWhite gowns always popular will be worn more than ever this summer and there is a great variety of both silk and wool materials which enter into their constructionThe batiste collar with lace ape plications is favored especially by Paris ian dress designers It is large drooping i well over the shoulders and appears on almost all the gowns I Among the garments which are classiII fied as strictly for outdoor wear there lengthcoatsfancy shoulder capes One of the fancies of the day is fasten ing the belt at the side instead of directly in front Buckles are used in the usual way at this point or if the belt is wide it may be laced up at both sides The vogue for largeGainsborough hats is expected on account of the recovery of picturebutnever really gone out of fashion Lace mitts are here again but their renewed popularity is something to be measured later on They are in lovely chantilly are made with a thumb piece and run through at the top with velvet ribbon which ties just below the elbow The simple bat is the one which gains millineryinmaterials blossoms and feathers Plaited hats of mousseline with a straw facing and a wreath of flowers for trimming are charmingGilt very gauzy in texture makes a charming toque with a few leaves and a black velvet bow for trim ming The stylish bow of black velvet ribbon is the crowning touch on manyof the light fancy straws even though flowers are used and nothing else sets them off so prettily The white linen or pique skirt is a necessary article in the summer wardrobe and the pure white shirtwaist is the cor rect thing to wear with it It may be plain tucked or embroidered but it should be white and worn with a white belt and a White stock White waists are also worn with the beige colored linen skirts and some of them have the embroidered ecru batiste collar The Lamballe hat very round and fiat is one of the popular shapes ndis trimmed with flowers altla sheperdees I bow of black velvet ribbon falling onto the hair behind Many 9ftJie lateat shapes are wide brimmed bending down a little Jn front and at the back where ifillithedYf 1 ming these hata ka sort of fringe of flowery rrouud the edge of the brim r 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1961 JOHN R PFLANZCANDIDATE FOR REELECTION FOR- k t =JAIKRR s JEFFERSON COUNrV PartyIWT JEFFERSOCANDIDATE FOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Part CHAS WILSO FOR Judge Police COU Subject to action Democratic party H S MeNUT CANDIDATE FOR SENATORI andJefferson County Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party JAMES Ca OCONNO CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATUREFiftieth district Tenth ward of Louisville Subject to action of Democratic par ENDS Peoandr ForBusiness s Good Employment and Success CALL on WRITS FOR run iNronuATiox BaHSIXTfIMAINTREETS BuildingMAIN UHHIL Business Cole PHIENIX HILL PARK NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON Now Is the Time to Secure Dates For PicnicsOutings Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts t+t+tt+ t + tt + + + + 4- NEW TREBINGS HOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 WMarketStLousYilleKy Telephone 3431A The finest and best equipped dol lar a day hotel in LOuisville Special rates to professional peo pie +4+ + 4 + +++44 + + + + + 44f + H Big Four The+ia Buffalo Route to J4 A 1901- PanAmerican Expositionfitk Four Route in connection with Lake Shore A Michigan Southern and Mew York Central KR often the finest equipped train service Btfrcqnent In tervals to Buffalo from South do Weet MS heal s rrldenl Warn J lynch Garb fbss Apt WPDeppeAaPAClnclnmtl S 1J GATES Gin Agent Louisville Clears Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS Iitax LUNCH FROM 10 TO lr r 3 f Yh iiisG6lltrBEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville Memphis A- NDNew Orlean Two Fast Trains Daily ThroughoutLighted Cafe Diners CarsPullmanSleepersFree Ga Close nfromtho Southwest SPRINGSLINE 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336 338 340 W Market I t NNUAL OUTINGO- F I I ACKIN COUNICL AT rn Grove Tuesday June 11 s MEALS SERVED BY COUNCIL KETS 25 CENTS DANCING FREE NACE VETTERCANDIDATE FORtg JAILER= OF JEFFERSON COUNTYcject to the action of the Democratic partyt B CASLERCANDIDATE FOR SSESSOR OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the action of the Democratic party DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN DOUOWD Koenaii p UNDERTAKERS I M M 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth XBJIyBJ HOIVBJ 1S3EOS- AH Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages 1 Furnished for All Occasions I FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 i INCORPORATJnb rewers at 4 BottlersL UISVILLEIy n fP R M Buckley the present of the Police Court says of Alf V Oldhams office Your records j are written up daily something that I as n lawyer of thirty years experience and Judge of the Police Court have 1 never known befo- reGAELIC GAINS Satisfactory Debate and Action in tho Housu of CoinnioiiH Motion in Favor of Teaching iIII Irish UnnnlinoiiHly Accepted Praiseworthy Enthusiasm Now Being Shown in Dublin THE PREJUDICES ARE PASSING AWAY The following from the Dublin Free mans Journal relative to the Irish Ian guage movement now being so vigorously pushed by the Gaelic League of Ireland will give great encouragement to those in this country whoare interested in its successThe debate on Mr Doogans motion with reference to the Irish language In the House of Commons was most satis factory For the first time a motion In favor of the teaching of Irish has been unanimously accepted by the House of Commons and the sympathetic and eloquent speech of the Chief Secretary on the subject left nothing to be desired Already a great advance has been made in the direction of introducing Irish Into the schools The use of Irish in the irish speaking districts for the purpose of imparting instruction has not merely been sanctioned but recommended by the Board of National Education and considerable freedom has been allowed to managers with regard to the intro duction of frish both as an ordinary and an extra subject Much still remains to be done and it will require money to do it Some managers of schools do not see the desirability of introducing Irish just yet Others however willing are in a difficulty as regards teachers This lat ter difficulty may be temporarily solved by the employment of outside teachers and the employment of itinerant teachers has been suggested in connection with places where no local teacher can be Found But the final solution is of course to be found in the creation of a body of teachers for the future who will be fully equipped for the teaching of Irish Mr Wyndham gave no pledge lo spend money for this purpose but if his speech means anything it means that he can not well resist a proposal to provide sufficient funds for the purpose- A remarkable feature of the debate was the speech of Mr Jones a Welsh Radical member who delivered powerful argument in favor of bilingual educa thou as an aid to true intellectual culture Dr Rentoul not for the first time made an attack on the Gaelic movement but the ignorant savings of a man like this have happily little influence on the case The resolution passed last night is of little effect in itself but indirectly can fail to help the Gaelic movement and ive it a powerful stimulus all over the countryThe praiseworthy enthusiasm is being shown in places like Dublin where no Gaelic was previously known at all- It is a more difficult matter to reach and irganize the Irishspeaking districts and to give permanency to the old tongue tbtreby grafting a knowledge of the written word upon the existing facility of speech This can eventually be done only through the schools but the work of the schools can be effectually prepared for by enforcing upon parents who know Irish the necessity of bringing up their children in the knowledge of their native tongue Unhappily many of the peasants- in Ireland got influenced with a notion that it HS better for their children not to know Irish lest they should be defi dent in the knowledge of English There was also we fear a certain shame of the old tongue These prejudices however are passing away and where they still exist they will we trust be soon dissi ated MULLANEYS DISCOVERY Dominick Mullaney the wellknown local ball player who is now playing first base for the Columbus team is given the credit for discovering Patsy Eagan the little Celtic twirler who bails from Kerry Patch Ireland and who is now pitching winning ball for the Columbus team On the teams last visit lierg Dom told some friends that h Jiscovered Patsy last spring a dirtyfaced oungster pitching ball on the commons is a little Ohio town- SUPREME OROANIZER Supreme Presidept OConHor of the Catholic Knights of America has appointed Dennis Gorman the efficient Secretary of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians of Jcffersonville a Supreme irganizer for theKnights His selection chows the wisdom of the Supreme Presi debt as few men areas well qualified for that particular work He has entered upon his new duties aid ere long his efforts willsbowgtatifllrigreau1ts DESERVED PROMOTION Michael C ton the hustling sqd- genial New Albany representative of the Prudential Insurance Company has been promoted to the poaitUm of AaeUtant wperinleudent with twadcmarteraln thisi city fill Mends are pleased over his ood fortune and this recognition of hit abilitY u 0 I All the judges Under whom he has II served recommend Alf V Oldham It I i Democratic candidate for Clerk of the f I Police Court i Ir I ij The late Judge R II Thompson 3 who was Judge of the Police Court for sixteen years said of Alf Old i j hams office It has never been so 3 satisfactory since I have been Judge l1 of this court Up Stair Over Cnzllih Woolen Hills Store Ii wOne Door Welt of the Big Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A BRORING DrD S PROPRIETOR W B HOKECANDIDATE FOR Judge County Court Subject to the action of the Democratic partytt J M CtlATTERSON t Candidate for Democratic Nomination For COUNTY ATTORNEY IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A o IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice PresUent Tim J Sullivan 1 Financial gSecretaryPeter J Perranda Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- Treasurer John Mullo- ySergeantaLArmsobn a Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice President Thomas Camfield Recording Secretary John Mooney Financial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Mouth President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John Grogan Financial SecretaryThomas Langan 722 Oldham street Assistant John Sboughnessy Treasurer Harry Brady geantatArmserry Ilallahari Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresJdemt William Reilly Pre ident Robert Gleasoii Vice PresidentB A Call RecordlllKSeuetaryDen ill Oonnan FinancialSecIetaryPrank Hogan TreaaurerrMkkael l Keune- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets atlUbeniiaH Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph Nevin PirstVlcePreiintThOi W TarpeyI Second Vice ftwrfdent Wm LawlerIRecording Secretary John Ji Flynn ByrneTreasurcThanw Sergeant ohm Kenney Sentinel Tiniothj Lyons Try sprinkling powdered cloves iothe pUccflinfeited by red antM r r i Judge J Wheeler McOee exJudgi e of the Police Court says of Alf V Oldhams office Altogether I think t arrangedforconducted than any public clerks office I have kno- wnDISHEARTENED Are the British Over the Present Outlook In South Africa No Appreciable Progress Toward Conquest of Annexed Colonies Serious Differences Have Arisen Between Kitchener and limner MEN DEMANDED NOT OBTAINABLE The outlook in South Africa is again causing gloom and apprehension in poli ical and official circles as well as among the public which is daily startled by the publication of heavy casualty lists result- Ing from engagements which had never been reported says the New York Worlds special correspondent writing from London With the advent of the winter rains enteric fevers are again in creasing and the wastage all around con tinues on the same scale as before the recent renewed assurances of Chamber lain that the war was over The opera lions whether warlike or not are costing 8000000 a week while no appreciable progress is beiug made toward the effective conquest of the annexed terrl tories and Boer commandos rove un checked through a large area of Cape ColonyGen Kitcheners vast force is still tied by the leg to the railway and the total failure of his great sweeping movements- to produce any permanent effect has added to the disheartenment produced among the soldiers by the stoppage of subscriptions to provide them with com- Forts otherwise unattainable All this combines to make up a situation of Intense difficulty and almost despair Gen titcheuer and Lord Miluer have had a- serious difference regarding the employ meat of Baden Powells police Gen kitchener grasped at then as he sorely needs every kind of mounted man oh linble but Lord Milner objected on the ground that they were not enrolled for purely military duty Gen Kitch ler appealed to the Cabinet which up JellL Milner There was a question whether Kitch mer would not resign but he has con nted himself with demanding 12000 Iditional mounted then to supply wast- tge which War Secretary Broderick is quite unable to provide There are per stent rumors of dissensions in the Cab net over the question whether Milner hall return or be replaced by a new man Kith a view to arriving at a settlement hancellor of the Exchequer Beach the Duke of Devonshire and Foreign Secre ary Lansdowne are the antiMilner party utd alt friendly to Milner have been or inized by Chamberlain to overawe his dissident colleagues The Ministerial difficulties may lead to another dissolution in the autumn unless the war is- really finished before then HAPPY UNION None of the many weddings announced for June will surpass in widespread Interest that of Miss Fannie Smith and Emile Lischart whose marriage will be solemnized next Wednesday at Holy Cross church Rev Father Bernard Cunningham will officiate at the union of- the happy young people Miss Smith is s young lady well known in Louisvilles best society her charming manner and niable disposition winning for her the ove and admiration of all with whom she comes in contact She is the youngest daughter of the late Gran W Smith and sister of Al and Miss Katie Smith with whom she resides at 700 West Walnut street The fortunate groom faa young nan prominent in Mainstreet business circles and is connected with the large y goodaliouse of Carter Brothers where Je holds a responsible position The best wishes of a host of friends will follow them through life The Kentucky Irish American tenders them its hearty congratulations CATHOLIC CLUB DINNER The Catholic Club composed of gentlemen prominent in Louisville professional and business life and ofwhich Hon Edward J McDermott is the President held its meeting Monday evening the regular monthly dinner following at- the Louisville Hotel Among the dis iguished guests who occupied seats at- the banquet table were Father Reilly of oretto Father Hart of Chicago and- Sir Nugent of Boston The menu was very elaborate and the iuiprumptu responses scintillated with flashes of wit wisdom and story These monthly af instructyetodegreeMADE MERRY The friends of Miss Alice Walsh gave- her a birthday party The little folks- were delightfully entertained There was a SIIloThe Holy City rendered by Master Eddie White a duet by Misses Alice Walsh and Mayme Fink ajso a- recitati by Miss Carrie Bauer Among those present were Misses Alice Walsh Mayne Pink Carrie Bauer Annastacia Walsh Masters Joe Gross Louis Walsh Eddie White Tomniie Garvey Willie BeuuetMrs Joe Decoursey and Mike Walsh After a cakewalk won by little MIat Walsh and Master Joe Gros- erefrtehaMt were served o 11c GRAND PIGKiOGIVEN BY THE ST ALOYSIUSI SOCIETY For the Benefit of St Aloysius School PENN HILL PARK WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 Admission 25 cents FineUnion Band in attendance An enjoyable evening is is assured those who attend this picnic CHAS F GRAINGER CANDIDATE F- ORMAYOR 1 Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party ROBERTr J IIRGRN CANDIDATE FOR Ii r mml TIORNEY l POLICE COURT Subject to action Democratic party JAMES P GREGORY CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION JUDGEte m JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT Subject to the action of the Democratic primary JAMES B CAMPCANDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURERSubject to action of Democratic party Benson 0 Herr CANDIDATE F- ORGolliltilfps i 6 or JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BR wING coMPATITYINC- ORPORATED TELEPHONE 462 LOUISVILLE KY UDIZIUuIUDUDnDIJHd UHun I iiJ i Ii g i And Embalmers K IMIS5 KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalraer JI I Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice BB MOVED TO rrnn WEST WALNUT STREET 1l1li1 iI I11Ilt1If 1II1II 1IIIIdl1IE1111ilUfIf1IIIElI1Ii Mulfloon Monument GonwuylOBSI- QNBRS r II II ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND BUILDERS AND OFII Ii Monuments jID Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET HHAdtMIH M JOHN F OBRTEXbBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404Story Avenue Telepltott i LOUISVILLE KY 1 l