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IRISHVOL- UME i VINO 24 LOUISVILLE SATU bAY JUNE 15 1901 PRICE FIVE CENT WILL MOVE IlilicrnlniiB have Secured Now Homo nt Seventh and Market Will Bo Handsomely Furnished and Ready For Use by July 1 Divisions Will Donate Officers Chairs IlallBoard IS CENTRAL AND EASY OF ACCESS The most important news of the past week in Hibernian circles and which will interest all local Irish societies is that the Hall Board of the Ancient Order of IIi bernians have leased from Joseph Hub buch for a long term of years the upper floor of the building on the southwest corner of Seventh and Market streets which they will have elegantly furnished and ready for occupancy by July 1 For several years past the Louisville divisions have met in the hall on Market street between Third and Fourth the lease on which expires next month Re cently the building was sold and as the new owners could give no guarantee as to who the future occupants would be or what the character of the business they wouldengage in it was decided to seek new quarters The Hibernians often give socials and receptions to their wives daughters and lady friends and for some time past the accommodations at the old hall have not been adequate to their needs And again they are determined that all their surroundings shall be of the highest order where ladies and gentle men can assemble with the satisfaction of knowing that no more respectable place exists in Louisville Tuesday night there was great rejoic ing when it became known that the Hall Board had leased the building before mentioned The board met in special session at Hibernian Hall with Chair man John Murphy and Messrs Tom Keenan John Cavanaugh James Coleman James Barry James Keueily and otherspresent Alterspme discussion It was unanimously decided to accept the proposition of Mr Hubbuch which was for a long term Tie Hall Board then appointed County President Keenan and State Secretary James Coleman a subcommittee to have the new hall improved and handsomely furnished They have already gone to work and today the carpenters painters and decorators are busy preparing the place for occupancy the first meeting In which will be held by Division 1 on Tuesday July 9 The furniture carpets and furnishings will be entirely new and the Hibernian Hall will surpass that of any Louisville fraternal organization excepting the Elks It will be much larger than the one now occupied and another advantage that will be appreciated is that It will be located on the second floor 1n When the representatives of the Hall Board visited Divisian 1 Tuesday night and made known their action they were warmly applauded and in the enthusiasm that prevailed it was voted to present the board with an elegant and massive chair for the President The same course will be pursued by the other divisions The hall will be fitted up to conform to the new ritual with anterooms and closets for the paraphernalia ladies dressing rooms and everything that will contribute toward making this what is Intendeda real Irishmans home and meeting place PRIMARIES Democrats and Republicans Will Nominate Next Month From now until the middle of July there will be a lively game of politics In this city and only the man without op position will have any rest The Demo cratic primary will be held on Tuesday July 9 and that for the Republicans one t week later The entries for all the offices to be filled are about In and the people will have a long list to select from Club meetings are being held nightly at which the candidates are presenting their claims r for popular favor and among the Demo crats there is an enthusiasm and confi dencce that would indicate certain vic tory though their opponents claim they will gain strength when their speakers take the stump next week The fighting will be watched with in terest but the final result can not be p- recdieted until the two tickets are named The Democrats seem more harmonious than for years past which many busi ness men think insures thelrsuccess ROMAN KNIGHTS i Cincinnati has made elaborate prepara tions to entertain the andsofSlrK- nights of the military rank of the Knights of8t John which holds its annual international encampment and cpaveatioe In that city oa June 24 to 27 Arrangements mare been perfected for s I the ccommoaatlon mid pleasure of 30000 visitors Pridcipaiamong her questions that will be considered by the convention Is the amalgamation of all Catholic societies of the United States into one general federation Cash prizes amounting to 2500 will be awarded commanderies having the largest attend ance and making the best showing in the competitive drill The Knights of this city New Albany and Jeffersonville will attend and are expected to make a fine showing Syra cuse won the prize last year and hope they will be again victorious this year PRESIDENT HENNESSY Will Guide Limerick Hiber nians For Another Year There was n rousing gathering of Hibernians Wednesday night at the meeting of Division 4 when the first election of officers this year took place followed by the usual social session which was enlivened by the presence of Denny Hefferman Mike Ward George Shea and James Cody after an absence of some time John Ward was elected to membership and the Visiting Committee reported Officer Mike Hayed John OConnor and John Winn as recovering front their illnessCounty President Keenan was present and made a spirited address compliment- Ing the officers and division on the splendid record made during the past year The Hall Board report was sub mitted by James Kenealy and the division authorized the purchase of a fine clialrforthe newhall forVlce President Tom Lynch 3 All the old officers were reelected by acclamation excepting Secretaries John Grogan and Tom Langan who could not whlchlthereFinancial Secretary and Assistant Secre tary Joe McGinn and Dave Reilly being elected on the first ballot out of a field of eleven The best speech heard before Division 4 for some years was made by Harry Brady when he placed John Hennessy in nomination for reelection Treasurer Brady was named for reelec tion by several and every member arose to move for his election by acclamation for the twelfth term The election resulted as foUow- sPresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn M Gilles pie Financial SecretaryJoseph P McGinnAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArmsJerrv Hallahan SentinelWilliam Ansbro President Hennessy will announce his standing committees at the next meeting when the installation will take place NAZARETH Famous Academy Will Grad uate Large Class Next Week The annual commencement exercises of Nazareth Academy will be held next Thursday and many will attend from this city who in former years graduated from this famous Nelson county seat of learning which was established nearly one hundred years ago The programme for the occasion is one of exceptional merit and embraces some very artistic and brilliant literary and musical features The young ladies who will graduate are Misses Edwina Parker Louise Baldwin Aline Berton Georgiana Jones Fay Duffy Louise McNamara Anna Fields Mary Douglass and Olivia Collyer The valedictory address will be delivered by Miss Lucille Newman of Bardstown I Besides Right Rev Bishop McCloskey it I is expected that Monsignor Bouchet and a number of Louisville clergymen will be I I presentThe following will receive second lit I Kely1LucilleLorepstBordelonI Tarlton and Mary Hogarty SETTLED Tire carpenters strike has been settled the Builders Exchange having agreed to arbitration Concessions were made by both sides the carpenters consenting to withdraw from the Building Trades Council slid the builders to the ninehow r day and 260 wage The strike has been OH since May 2 and during its axioten the coudutt of the men ha been sitcn I to win for them the friendship of t general publica ACROSS THE RIVER Catholic Knights Mass Moot Ing at Holy Trinity Hall Richard Dclahanty aged seventyfive years died Sunday morning at his home I 010 Culbertson avenue New Albany He of Ireland and this t was a native came to country as a young man locating in New Albany many years ago Three daugh ters survive him Mr Delahanty was a devoted husband kind father and good citizen Modest and unassuming he pursued the even tenor of his way with good will toward his fellowmen and honestly meeting every duty in life A large assembly of his neighbors attended his funeral at Holy Trinity church Tues day morning Rev Father Kelly con ducted the services and preached the funeral sermon dwelling upon the un certainty of life and the respect in which the deceased was held Dennis Gorman the newly appointed State Organizer for the Catholic Knights of America will address a mass meeting tomorrow night at Holy Trinity Hall to be held under the auspices of the New Albany branches Rev Father Hllde brand of St Marys on the Knobs and others prominent in Southern Indiana will also speak The benefits of this great fraternal society will be made plain by the speakers who are earnest workers and hope to largely increase tha nember ship The programme will be an inter eating one and should attract a large audienceGreat preparations are being made at St Marys church for the confirmation services to be held there by Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue on Sunday morning June 10 The sacrament will be conferred on a class of nearly 200 boys and girls the largest in the history of the church Dean Faller and the Sisters have had the young people under special instruction for several months and this occasion will be one of extra solemnity and splendor The Womens Hospital Club gave a strawberry festival Wednesday afternoon and night at St Josephs halt for the benefit of St Edwards Hospital that netted a goodly sum for the building fund This club is largely composed of young working women who have labored zealously for the success of the hospital which will be free to all and all their efforts have thus far been crowned with glowing success They propose to keep up Their good work during the entire SENATOR MNUTT Popular Democrat Will Have United Support of His Party Among the many Democrats who are aspiring to office none are more popular or deserving of the support of the people of Louisville and Jefferson county than H S McNutt candidate to represent Jefferson county mid the First and Second wards in the Kentucky State Senate Well known in business circles honor able in his dealings with all classes and steadfast to his friends he is possessed of qualifications that eminently fit him fora seat in the upper house and in recogni tion of these facts he will have no oppo sition in the primary and that his des tion in November is almost as sure as his nomination next month is generally conceded During his entire business life he has been considerate of the rights of the working people who should all be for trim knowing that their interests will in him have an earnest and able ad vocate Imbued with advanced ideas liberal minded and charitable the State would be much benefited were there more men like him in the Legislature FRANKFORT WEDDING Wednesday afternoon at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Frankfort Miss Mamie Parker and James A Sullivan were united In the holy bonds of matrimony Rev Father Major officiating The bride was charmingly gowned in pure white Paris muslin and carried brides roses and never looked more pretty while the groom wore conven tional broadcloth Miss Nellie Sullivan was bridesmaid and waS attired becom ingly in pink silk and carried pink roses Joseph Chromic of Lexington was best man Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party were driven to the reel deuce of Mr and Mrs M T Sullivan on Madison street where a delightful luncheon was served The happy young couple left for Loulalille from which place they will go to the Pan tlweclcan pointsceUpon their return Mr and Mrs Sullivan GrahamheI been newly furaUb d throughout C Jn0 u MOUNT ATN J a The Largest Irish Demonstra tion WItnC gall For Mnny ears Flag of United Hrlsh League Held High In the Pco plcH City Question of Homo Rule title Pnrnmonnt iOucstion For Ireland THE RIGHTS OF TflgjIRISH LABORER The Dublin Weekly Freeman says that one of the largest demonstrations wit nessed Inlithe peoples county for many years was that rCich took place at Mountrath on Saturdayl TIle meeting was organized by th Divisional Execu tive of the United Iri to League with the cooperation of thel ocal branches and large contingents r tended from the neighborhood of M untrath and also from ninny of the o flying districts or- the county From 12ficlock the delega lions accompanied iliffiiiany instances by bands and banners jbegan to arrive and at 2 oclock the hotappoluted for the opening of the meeting an enormous gathering hind lusehtbled Rev J J Kane presided and alter readlhg several letters introduced the peakcrs J H FitzpatrickM P proposed a serious of resolution in favor of the national programme P L T Kelly ins tondiug the resolu tions pointed out tat they hall once more a united Irish p rty as they had in PariiellThere+ however who had n t attended to their duty and he hoped that their constitu ents would bear thisT In= mind and take proper action when ie opportunity of fend Some rumorfilnjurious to their own representative Jigd been circulated but he Kelly had iIttjon the authority of some of the oldest mpnbers of the party that Delauy was one Mitee best members of the party The Chairman anuUfcweedj that Delany spatiopsaarin d exertions in Parliament Delany who on coming forward was loudly cheered s11dThe question of hone rule was the paramount question for Ireland It did hot matter much what they got passed iif they had home rule and it mattered little what they got passed if they had nothoinerule because while they had Dublin Castle administer- Ing the law they would have no justice In Ireland The Irish party had placed the land question in the fore front of their programme Let their be no mistaking the demand that goes forth from the United Irish League on this question It was not the laud for the ranchman in the West of the big grazier or the farmer alone but for the laborer as well No measure of compulsory sale would have the support of the Irish party that did not engage the right of the Irish laborer to purchase his home upon the same terns as the farmer Having referred to the other questions touched upon in the resolutions he dwelt on the necessity of strengthening the organization which had brought about the unity of the Irish peo ple not alone in Ireland but in Great Britain and which hod formed the United Irish party The party was pre pared to carry on the national struggle with earnestness and determination and their methods had been to make them selves as obnoxious to their foreign rulers as they could- J J OShee M P said a marvelous change had come about and the cause of that change was that the Irish people two years ago made up their minds to be united in a great organization which William OBrien had originated built upand consolidated the United Irish League It was due to the magnificent unparalleled energy of William OBrien who had at a time when Irishmen almost despaired of their country came forward with a courage unparalled in the history of his country and rallied the people to gether again and welded them into what had since become the national organiza tion The United Irish League had sent a united party to the British House of Commons and the unity of the peoples organization and its cohesion had com pelled cohesion in the party and be asked the support of the people for that party P A Meehan Chairman of the Queens County Council said it was their duty to support the Irish party and enable them to carry on their work He appealed to them to swell the ranks of the local branches of the United Irish League and as members of the organization put their hands in their pockets and subscribe to the national fetid Uptoa Durrogh and John Murphy having also addressed the meeting a vote of thanks to the Chairman concluded the proceedingsEXCURS10NT0MORROW The South End Outing Club composed of wellknown young iienof the southern part of the city Willgivei their friends a pleasant excursion tomerrow to Madison Carrollton and the Kentucky river The steamer Columbia will iant e wharf at 830 and ja select party Is ucnred Tickets are only twentyfive cents SQUIRE JOHN MCANN Popular Magistrate a Candi date For Judge of City Court Squire John McCann for the past twentyeight years Magistrate In the Seventh district hiss at the solicitation of his thousands of friends announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomina tion for Judge of the City Court During these many years he has made an honest official and is recognized by the local and State courts as a gentleman of stanch integrity Years ago he was admitted to the Louisville bar and no man is better qualified for the position Ripe in years and experience Squire McCann possesses all the requirements that go to make a Judge who will mete out justice with mercy His public and private life have been exemplary His friendship for those who toil is well known and his many kind acts will bring to his ticket those who were taking little interest in the present campaign The announcement was received with great favor and he is constantly receiving assurances of support from all quarters DEPARTS FOR IRELAND Hon Matt ODoherty Will Spend Three Months Abroad lIon Matt ODoherty one of the lead lug members of the bar of Louisville and Kentucky and an Irishman recognized everywhere for his patriotism and public service will leave next Wednesday for an extended visit to Ireland and n tour of the European continent including perhapsiber 1 His stay in the Emerald Isle should prove very pleasant our distinguished fellowcitizen being acquainted with and the personal friend of such wellknown Nationalists as William OBrien John Redmond John Dillon Mayor Daly of Limerick Father Sheehy and the editors of the leading papers throughout Ireland His friends in Louisville have urged him to visit many places of interest and bear messages to parents and relatives and from Cork to the Giants Causway he will be received with a Cead mille failthe The Kentucky Irish American wishes him bon voyage and a happy season abroad HOPEFUL OF RECOVERY News reached here Tuesday from Memphis that John Kelly a former well known resident of Louisville and for many years with the Louisville Nashville railroad at Ninth and Broad way was seriously ill of congestion of the brain and Wednesday his son Rev Father John Kelly of the Dominican church and his daughters Mrs John Carney and Miss Annie Kelly left to be at his bedside Nothing having been heard from there since Thursday morn- Ing it is believed there has been a change for the better in his condition r WILLIAM LAWLER The many friends all over the city of William Lawler are elated over the news that he will be given a Deputyship by Robert J Tilford if that gentleman Is successful in the race for the office of Sheriff of Jefferson county Will Lawler would make a good official in the Court house His business ability and integ rity are known and he possesses othe- qualities that make his support valuable His friends would rejoice to see him secure the position GRAND PICNIC Everything is in readiness for the grand picnic to be given at Phffinix Hill next Wednesday by the St Aloysius Society The gentlemen members and their lad friends are prepared to entertain a large crowd and all who go are assured u pleasant UI11SThe committee in charge have secured excellent music and besides dancing have provided special amuse ment features Those who would aid a deserving school should attendC- ONFIRMED The Sacred Heart church at Seven teenth and Broadway was filled yesterday morning to witness the administering of the sacrameat of confirmation to a larg class by Ri bt Rev Bishop McCloskey The recipients of the sacrament num bered about seventy The remarks of the Bishop wereveryiinstructive and were listened to with marked interest The saiue class received their first holy communion last Sunday morning The boys dressed in black and the girls in white crowned with wreaths presented an inspiring spectacle Father Walsh preached a feeling and impressive ser mon explaining the great blessing God was conferring upon them awl urging them to ortfl receive the sacrament and thus save their immortal souls Catho lies generally compliment the pastor and the people of the Sacred Heart church upon their devotion to duty and the excellent condition of the parish which is now one of the best In the diocese YOUNG LAWYER Becomes a Candidate For Magistrate at Request of Democrats At the request and solicitation of a large number of voters of the Eighth Magisterial district composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth wards John R Doughan the wellknown young attor ney has announced himself a candidate for Magistrate Mr Doughan was born and raised In Louisville and has been in active practice of law here since 1887 with the exception of three years that he was engaged in Waco Texas For four years he was in the office of the late Hon Frank Parsons Commonwealths Attor ney and also for the same period of time in the office of Major D W Sanders when he attended the law lectures at the law department of the University of Louisville He was a classmate of Hon James P Gregory our present County JudgeMr Doughan is well qualified for the office and if nominated and elected will give general satisfaction to the litigants of the district The office of Magistrate is one that requires a knowledge of law and as he is the only candidate who Is a lawyer there should be no doubt of his success FOREST PARK PICNIC Hibernians of Jeffersonville to Celebrate In Real Irish Style The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jeffersonville have disposed of a large number of tickets for their annual cele bration and picnic which takes place at Forest Park next Wednesday This picnic will be on a more elaborate scale than any of Its predecessors and the gentlemen In charge have arranged for novel features that will revive Irish amusements and pleasures of long ago Among the prominent Irishmen of Jef fersonville who are lending their aid are Barney Coll Robert Gleason Will Reilly James Dougherty Jack Murphy Raymond Stanton Dan Gleason Frank Hogan Michael Kenney and they as sure their friends such a time as they never had before and will never forget The division over the river Is among the most influential in Indiana and the members expect to entertain a large number of their New Albany and Kentucky brethren upon that occasion CAME FAR TO WED Miss Annie Keating and Patrick Brod erick were made man and wife Wednes day morning before the altar of the Church of the Annunciation at Shelby ville the ceremony being performed by Rev Father Fitzgerald who also cele brated the nuptial mass at which a large therlovely and accomplished daughter of Peter Keating of Sheloyville and a true type of Kentuckys best womanhood The groom is a popular resident of West boro Muss where he is prominent In Knights of Columbus and Hibernian cir cles He will be pleasantly remembered by many who met him in this city last year when he visited his brother John wedyding breakfast followed the ceremony at the home of the brides father many relatives and friends assembling with good cheer at the marriage feast Tht happy couple left for Westboro where the groom has extensive business interests followed by the wishes of all for a life of unalloyed bliss and prosperity MORE NEW BLOOD The members of Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America halleWednesday night in celebration of the admission of new members and twenty four additional applications Short speeches and refreshments were features This is known ust Patricks branchu and is the strongest In the United States If 1 L GOOD NEWS Paraphernalia For the Now Iii bernian Ritual Expected Next Week 1 Much of It Confines From Ireland Causing tho Long Delay Degree Teams Now Ready to Initiate the Largo Num her Waiting WILL CONFER ALL THE DEGREE The Hibernians of Louisville w welcome the news that the paraphe nalla for the new ritual will arrive he next week after what seemed B- unusually long delay The Count Board however had decided that th outfits for the order here should be sU passed by those of none of the large cities and this necessitated procurin certain portions from Ireland hence th long wait From State Seccretary Coleman am County President Keenan we learn the they received word from the manu facturers that everything would be here for the next meeting of Division 1 when the first and second degrees will be conferred upon Messrs Mike Sweeney Joe Byrne Robert J Hagan Tom Tarpey John J Flynn Thomas Walsh Jerry t Donahue F J Curran John Brawny Edward Hines John Riley and Edward Brcderick who have been elected mem hers of that division 1 1will1 I and instructive furnishing food for thought and reflection and besides 1Jeing1 very entertaining will add great Interest to the proceedings and attract better attendance Some idea of the richness and magnificence of the paraphernalia may be formed when it is stated that the four divisions will appropriate a sum aggregating nearly 1000 therefor The two degree teams have been per fecting themselves for their work for some time past And fiai + eJ5US ee led beyond their most sanguine expectations 1 The new candidates will be notified to meet with Division 1 on Tuesday even ing June 25 and it is expected the con Jferring of the degrees will attract a large 1 attendance J- On Wednesday evening June 20 the third and fourth degrees will be exempli j fied at the meeting of Division 4 for they jfirst time and the members generally araJ anxious to see this work done Fron what the Kentucky Irish American ha been able to learn it can safety state that this latter will more than meet tu expectations of the most critical ShouH there be any change from the foregoi the degree teams will most likely mm the same known through these columil With the new ritual in working ord and the new home ready for occupancy Louisville Hibernians may prepare for a season of prosperity and enjoyment GOOD MAN DEAD Constable John Glenn Suc cumbs to Lingering Illness Last Sunday afternoon the soul of Constable John J Glenn son brother and husband passed peacefully to Its heavenlyreward at his home 1826 Colgau street after a long illness of a complies tiou of diseases which refused to yield to the tender care of loving hands or the jbest medical skill iJohn Glenn was a youug man well known and held in high esteem through out the city but particularly in Limerick and the West End where he had spent the major portion of his life For years he held a responsible position with the Doerhoefers in their tobacco manufactory but at the earnest solicitation of friend he stood for and was elected Constable inl the Eighth Magisterial district since which time he has been quite prominent in the councils of the Democratic party Jj As an official his record was faultless and his good judgment and kind hearf saved many deserving poor from the persecution of the grasping and greedy Constable Glenn was thirtyfive y r old and leaves a loving wife and f children to mourn his demise Jam Glenn the saloonist at Eighteenth Broadway is a brother of the deceas this funeral took place Tuesday mom from the Sacred Heart church wit requiem mass was celebrated fort happy repose of his soul by Rev Pam Walsh There was a large attendance the solemn services all classes being represented The Kentucky Irish Anier cau tenders Its sympathy to tie bereaved wife children and relatives and mourn the loss of another of its stanch sup porters jj t ALUMNI ADDRESS Thomas Walsh the well knowtrlaw yer will deliver the principal addresi before the alumni of St Marys College Marion county next Wednesday ni interandwill s- rr o toNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN NIININLNIIIIINIIIL1111 p oted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WILLIAM M HIGGINS Pab11s1 eF BSCRIPTION PRICE ONES DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLES COPY sc Bettered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter lirat all Com minicationl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Streett LOUISVILLE RY 1 SATURDAY JUNE 15 1901 WORDS OF TRUTH m Right Rev Dr McFaul Bisho Y of Trenton never lets opportunit- passI to say good words for the Cath olic press of which he is an earnest and true friend That he realize- sltbc necessity for a better support off f these journals who take an import taut part in defending the churchI nd clergy jsf manifest from the Mowing written to a contributor the Catholic Transcript of Hart rd Conn You are right in regard to the atholic press Bishops and priests ould do everything in their power ot build it up and to extend the here of its usefulness An able Catholic press can greatly assist the Burch in her divine mission pu I ffy the atmosphere of thahome keep it Catholic and the rising generation in touch with Catholic thought and action asfwell as in spire that courage in defense off faith virtue and right which is bornI f truth We should endeavor to have Catholic papers and magazines on all news stands and educate ou people up to read and ask for Cath L olic literature Supply will follow demand f LABOR TRUSTS The reverend and able editor of the Providence Visitor inreplying rjE to a Socialists queries makes some i statements with which we heartily agree The Visitor he says iin I common with the present Holy Father and the great Church Cath I olic is not opposed to the working- S man The majority of its best and I most loyal subscribers are found in r that class It is not even afraid of f the modicum of sense that lies be hind socialistic agitation We be lieve the working man deserves better treatment at the hands o the capitalist all round and we are glad to see him forming trusts of tabor to secure that end We hope jue labor trust will be a little more rupulous than the trusts of capi tal In this we are somewhat more reasonable we imagine than many of our dissenting brethren who are beginning to look askance at trade unions and similar associations of men If the workman only knew it he has a better friend in the present Holy Father than in some of the flippant and shallowbrained writers who dupe him from week ito week and cheat him out of his pennies with brave words about the beatific era which will dawn when this groaning and overworked earth i J becomes a paradise of donothings 1 LESSON AND WARNING Mr Jesups hysterical we dont deserve it and Mr Griscoms fren I zied call for an AngloAmerican al t liance show to what a pitch of nerv P bus excitement the worthy AmedII R Itan guests of London have beenI I wrought by British hospitality and s the lavish attentions of royalty and I titled and untitled grandees Their f sensations are proving too great aI I I train upon these men of quiet life ad simple tastes says the NewII ork World I To take their emotional expres I ons seriously is at once absurdand kind And when the agitations I over and they have cooled and J calmed their heated brains they will r be themselves again sober indus trious plain American men of af- fairs This AngloAmerican bos pitality can have no permanent bad J results and ought to have someII I ti which would be extremely valuable It ought to aid each people tp learn j the great lesson which the other can teach itII P nglandcan learn from us the Kitablecbusequences ofloug t ullU period of steady application to ones peaceYe world devoting ourselves assiduously and exclusively to the only task which any nation or any in dividual can perform weUthe task of selfdevelopment We can learn from England the inevitable consequences of minding other peoples business England has for a hundred years devoted itself to building up a great flabby formless empire It has squan dered billions of money it has squandered its best blood the nioslt energetic the most intelligent the most progressive of its citizens What are the results of these two policies The miudyourowii business policy of the republic has gradually raised it to amazing in ternal development and to predomi nance in the markets of civilization fThe ueglect your ovu busiuess for EnglandII has so far sapped its strength and its resources that even Englishmen I admit Englands decline Let Eng takre warning from England The able editors of the Courier Journal and Evening Times might study the foregoing with some profit The sad and unexpected death of Charles G Hulsewede removes from our midst an honored andI respected citizen who by persever ance and integrity had succeeded iin winning a high place at the Louis yille bar his ability and knowledge securing for him an immense prac tice His death was a shock to his thousands of friends and cast a gloom over the city The candidacy of Squire John Policfe Court meets with universal favor His qualifications for the positionI are of the highest order and under his administration justice would be done all BLESSED THE PEACEMAKER The mystery surrounding the death off Father Phillips of Hazelton should not blind the public to the importance of his services as peacemaker in the Pennsyl vania coal regions says the Elmira Tele gram Having worked in the mines li sympathized with and understood the miners A man of education and affairs he had the confidence of the mine owners and was not disposed to ignore their interests His calling and his stub born fairmindedness made hint an ef fective peacemaker in cases where the ordinary negotiator failed utterly It was no small achievement to bring peace out of the turbulent conditions that prevailed in the Pennsylvania mining regions last fall On one side were 150000 excited tenaciously stubborn miners smarting under a sense of injury and injustice On the other were the cooperating mineI owners determined to carry their point The controversy coming in the year of the Presidential election had more than the usual menace to the country The leaders of both political parties understood the gravity of the situation and the vital importance of a peaceful settlement But their intercession wasI for weeks without result Then Father Philipps friend of the miners came into the field and while the leaders of the strikers were protesting that there was no peace and no hope of settlement peace came through the efforts of Father Phillips In scores of cases he became the intermediary between strikers and employers He represented the animos ities and prejudices of neither the one side nor the other Well equipped for the work he employed himself in the interests of peace and in preventing tur bulence in holding the miners aloof from outlawry in restraining the em ployers from unjust exactions in com pelling a better understanding between parties to controversies which involved millions of property and the interests of State and nation and he was more suc cessful than any other man of his time For all this he will be remembered andI there will be thousands to say Blessed is the peacemaker Running ribbon under little straps of the material or lace caught on with buttons is still another form of skirt trimming the ribbon being tied in a bow either directly in front or at the back This IB seen in a red veiling tucked from the walt to the kuee 1 LUe i SOCIETY Z SSSSSSSSSeSKSSSeSCaS Mrs Ella McCollum was this week the guest of Mrs Denis Shanahan Second and Breckinridge streets Messrs Edward and John Monahan and Edward Malone have arrived home from Georgetown University I Miss Kate Murray and her mother have arrived at their home in Jefferson ville after a protracted visit at New Orleans The Misses Diehle East Broadway entertained two fair visitors Miss Emma Clark of Connecticut and Miss Gutt man of Florida Mr and Mrs V B Smith and little son Vinnie leave today for a ten days visit to Washington and Old Point Comfort Among the distinguished visitors of the past week was Rev Father OFallon the wellknown Virginia clergyman whowa the guest of Cornelius M Shanahan 937 Third street Mrs J L Welsh and tier charming daughter Miss Dillon of Birmingham Ala arrived here this week on a visit to Mr and Mrs Martin Dillon 417 East Breckinridge street One of the daintiest and most enjoy able outdoor affairs of the season was the lawn fete given Monday evening at 2609 First street for the benefit of the Ladies Society of South Louisville The attend ance was quite large and many hope that similar fetes will be given throughout the summer Jeremiah OKeefe for many years a trusted employe of the Illinois Central Railroad Company in this city has been tendered a position as agent for the Ham burgAmericau Steamship Company As acceptance would require his removal to New York his Louisville friends are urging hint to itoEdward Harris one of Limerick most popular young men will leave shortly for an extended stayat West Baden Springs He has just recovered front d severe illness and his hosts olf friends are glad to see him out again Rumor has it that upon his return he will wed a beautiful young lady ol South Louisville An enjoyable social party was given this week at the residence of D J Cole man on Portland avenue in honor of Michael McGuire whose absence from recent West End social affairs was felt among his friends Prominent among those present were Misses Charlotte Walsh Julia Kelly Lizzie Walsh Kate McGuire Mamie Kelly Mamie and Annie Walsh and a number of gentlemen friends The many friends of John M ONeill the wellknown real estate man were pleased to see him among them again this week fully restored to health and looking handsomer than ever Mr ONeill had been ill during the spring and upon the advice of his physicians spent some time at Asheville N C with the most satisfactory results Many have called at his office to extend their con gtatulations Hon Augustus E Willson the prom inent attorney suffered last week a sud den and serious attack of pneumonia and for several days his condition was re garded critical Reports from his home are that there has been a decided change for the better His fanily and friends now feel hopeful that his recovery will be speedy which news will be welcomed throughout the city as Mr Willson has the confidence and respect of all classes Mrs Joseph P McGinn has returned to her home on West Chestnut street sistereMrs R B Pottinger at Owensboro We regret that the pleasure of her visit was marred by the death of Mrs X F Pottinger wife of her nephew who was one of the most Christian and highly esteemed young ladles of that section She was the daughter of R A Lancaster a prominent resident of Daviess county Owen Tegart Jr one of the best known young men of New Albanyand Miss Mary Howard one of the prettiest young women of the West End were married Tuesday morning at the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Conniff per largelyattendedthe contracting parties and frlemds After a wedding breakfast and reception the happy couple left for Chicago and the West Upon their return they will reside at 3112 High avenue The many friends of the bride and groom wish them- a pleasant trip a safe arrival home and a long and happy life During June roguish little Cupid flings his arrows far and wide and among the happy young people who have succumbed to His Majestys wishes are Miss Georgia Rebut and John D McDonogh whose wedding will be solemnized the Cathe dral next Wednesday morning at6 oclock Rev Eather Schuh man officiat ing Miss Rehm is a daughter of the well known shoe merchent at Sixth and Chestnut streets and is a lady of many admirable traits of character and great beauty The groom is the son o Edward McDonogh and is well known in Main street business circles holding a respon I lible position with the Carter Dry Goods I Company Both are popular and their I marriage will be among the notable ones l of the month After a reception and wedding breakfast the newly wedded I couple will leave for Buffalo and the Pan Americau Exposition and upon I their return will reside In the Highlands I I A pretty but quiet wedding was splem J sized at Holy Cross church Wednesday thecontracting parties being Miss F j Smith and Daniel T Lysagbt the annlejjI Father Cunningham n- r performing hec rl stony that united the happy couple The attendants were Miss Ida May Smith and Joe Burke The pretty bride was gowned in a handsome traveling cos tume No invitations were issued to the ceremony as the young people preferred a marriage without display but the news leaked out through the Kentucky Irish American Mrs Lysaght is the daughter of the late Gran Smith and is well known in local church and social circles The groom is a young Irishman of great promise who came here to ac cept a fine position With the Carter Dry Goods Company He is the son of Danial Lysaght of St Joseph and a nephew of Rev Father Patrick Lysaght of Kansas City After the Ceremony the bridal couple left for Buffalo and Niagara Falls where they are spending their honey moon COMMENCEMENTS Next week will be an important one iinI Catholic educationall circles commencement exercises of three wellknown Institutions of learning then taking place Monday morning an elaborate pro gramme will be rendered at the Presenta MISS ELIZABETH TARPEY Pretty graduate of the Convent of Mercy tion Academy by the pupils of that famous school including essays recita tions choruses vocal and Instrumental solos duets etc which promises to surpass any ever witnessed before Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will deliver at address Miss Margaret Daly will have conferred upon her a crown and diploma and Misses Olivia Kelly and Lizzie Strohmeier literary honors The exer cises will commence at 10 oclock and admission will be by ticket only St Benedicts Academy commence ment exercises wilt take place Tuesday morning at St Anthonys Hall This will also attract a large audience as the school is very popular in the West End Wednesday morning the friends of the Academy of the Sisters of Mercy on Second street will fill Macauleys Theater to witness the graduating exercises The programme arranged is artistic and high class and will prove most pleasing to the former graduates and friends of that celebrated institution among whom are many of Louisvilles most prominent belles and matrons The honors of the schoolwill this year be conferred upon Miss Lizzie Tarpey the pretty and accomplished daughter of Tom Tarpey and Miss Allie Roueche Medals and prizes will be conferred upon the other pupils The two young ladies mentioned are the graduates for this year HAPPY REUNION Mrs John J Barrett and her cousin Mrs Ellen Welsh returned home Tuesday evening after a pleasant visit of four weeks spent with relatives and friends in the Northwest An interesting feature of this visit was the happy reunion of a family of five sisters and two brothers who had not met in forty years Mrs Welsh who has lived in Louisville many years has the following relatives in Minnesota Mrs Kate McAndrews Minneapolis Mrs Margaret Daly and Mrs Mary Rymer St Paul Mrs Wini fred Mahony Forrest and Patrick and John Hanlon Shieldsville These sisters and brothers all gathered in Minneapolis on May 19 and welcomed their sister from Kentucky and their cousin Mrs Barrett with a hearty Cead mille failtheIt not often that reunions of this kind occur but it is only people of our race who know the jjoy that reigns in the hearts of the loved ones who have been separated twoscore years Of course from that time on Mrs Welsh and Mrs Barrett had to spend several days with each brother andsister with their children and their childrens children The visitors visited St Paul Minneapolis Faribault Forrest Shields vine and many other little country places They are loud In their praises of the climate and country of the northwest and are fully impressed with the fact that the Irish own everything there On their wayliome the Kentucky ladles spent several days in Chicago with Mrs Barretts win George ENJOYABLE MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL The Young Ladies Sodality and the members oftbe Altar Society of the Churchof the Blessed Sacrament are issuing invitations to mt ice cream and summer festival to be held Monday even ing July 1 at St Columbas Hall ad joining the church The proceeds will be devoted to church work and as the pastor Rev Father D OSullivan has friends in every parish in Louisville special preparations will be made for their entertainment The demands upon him have been many and his work labor spendla pleasant evening with him and the maids and matrons of his congregation and lighten bit burden Division 7 recently gave an iinteresting entertainment in Clan na Gael Hall South Boston A feature of the evening was CongreMtna Naphens address on Burke and Webster two of the worlds greatest braton I I i RECENT DEATHS Much sympathy is felt for Emmet and Katie Larkins who last Sunday sustained the loss of their infant daughter Maggie The funeral took place from the resi dence 2021 Lytle street and the little one was tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemeterySister Mary Catherine Carrell passed peacefully away Saturday evening at the Sacred Heart Home on College street after a life spent in the service of God and the Sisters of Mercy tier funeral took place Monday afternoon from the Home chapel the interment being in St Louis cemetery The unexpected death Monday morning of Mrs Mary Donovan Sheedy was a shock to her relatives and acquaintances Though fiftyseven years old she was hale and hearty and moved about with the ease of one many years younger The deceased resided with her soninlaw Charles St Clair 1029 Rufer avenue and wart a devout member of St IJrigids church where her funeral took place Wednesday morning Rev Father Con nolly conducting the services The funeral of Thomas Connors took place yesterday morning from St Johns church His death was a sad one While returning to this city he fell from an L N train near Independence both legs being cut off He was removed immediately to the Covington Hospital but died within an hour after his arrival there His remains were brought to this city Thursday by Dougherty Keenan Mr Connors was well known in the East End and resided at 1015 East Walnut street Coleman B Davis an aged andre spected resident of Bullitt county succumbed to an attack of paralysis last Wednesday His remains were brought to this city and the funeral took place from the Cathedral Thursday morning The deceased was born about seventy four years ago near Clifden County Gal way Ireland but came to this country fortyfive years ago and resided in Ken tucky the greater part of that time lie will be remembered by many as the Superintendent of the quarries on the Bardstowu road when they were operated by the Louisville Nashville railroad His remains were interred in St Louis cemetery JUNE GAEL imptoveI went over all former issues This excel lent Irish magazine should find place in every home circle Among the most val uable contributions is oft illustrated poem by Charles J OMalley entitled Cuan Modh the Norse Kings Daughter pre senting the legend of the banshee or warning spirit reputed to follow the famous OMalley family of West Con npcht about the year 813 Other con tributors are Katharine TynanHinkson Charles OFarrell Sarah Blennerhassett and John G Lee The Gael is ably edited by Miss Geraldine M Haverty at 150 Nassau street New York and al ways contains very interesting and read able matter ATTENDANCE AT MASS It is somewhat reprehensible to see how some people attend the holy sacrifice of the mass They must imagine that all that is required of them is presence of body and not of mind These people go to church and are nervous during the mass wishing it was over They look around thereby attracting the attention of others they have neither books nor beads and it is even doubtful if they ever think a prayer or raise their soul to God And so they go on from year to yearno doubt believing that they have compliedwith their duty in so doing when in reality they may have committed sin- Perhaps these people do not know the great importance of the mass Have they forgotten their catechism Let them recall to their minds the words of our Lord Do this in commemoration of Me The mass is the unbloody sacrifice of Calvary It is the most awful the most august the most stupendous sacri fice that could be offered by man Raise your soul to God and invoke His assist ance His grace and blessing upon your self and yours MEETS PUBLIC PAVOR For the coming week the management of the Zoo Park has arranged a bill that is sure to more than satisfy all those who enjoy light amusement in the shape of high class vaudeville good music and farce comedy Encouraged by the lib eral support of the best class of Louis villes citizens the management of this popular result has spared no expense in the coming weeks vaudeville bill and has engaged a company of ideal enter tainers headed by the celebrated Rackett brothers favorite specialty artists who will present all week their spectacular musical novelty The Steeple on the Hill In this act the Rackett brothers introduce high class selections on numerous musical instruments and novelties as well as some splendid singing The scenic and electrical effects are said to be more than usually elegant and it is alt assured fact that they will prove the hit of the season so far Stage Manager David OBrien has arranged for the week a very laughable farce called itA Subject for Dissection which will keep every one in a happy frame of mind Mr OBrien will assume the principal comedy role and will be assisted by Miss Henri etta Herold and his clever little company Chautelli the world renowned hand bal ancer and acrobat will appear in his marvelous turn the Spencer brothers will indulge in black face singing danc ing and comedy and Miss Florence Abbey will render uptodate songs Everything at the Zoo is being conducted on a high class scale and it is for this reason that Iit is receiving the patronage of the best people The admission to the park and theater will remain ten cents The black and white hat to smarter than ever this year U nr I L Zoo and Summer Theater Rare coition Forest Bred fialmals 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 ten cents T J WATHENS mGE CREAMM FACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAKERY l 629 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 per gallon 100 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 DICK Schmitt CANDIDATE FOR SHFRIFFJEFFERSON Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party ++++ + + + + H+++4++++ Hof t t t t t t t t1901 NOVEMBER ELECTIONIg01 W xF QEMOKIKIS A CANDIDATE F- OROLERK JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT SUBJECT TO THE ACTION OF TIlE DEMOCRATIC PARTY ++ t H M MHI +4MMMMMmmMHt MHtMMMMM+ W ALLEN KINNEYCAN- DIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party GUS NEURATH CANDIDATE F- ORBAILIFFOF THE POLICE COURT Subject to the action of Republican party Ig01 NOVEMBER ELECTIONIgol JAMES B BROWN CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party W NICK VAUGHAN CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTINGATTORNEY Subject to the action of the Republican Party JOHN XX FFitA1TK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY CLAUERTELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS I LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE I 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST 428 AND 430 j BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKETEAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY 0 J4- Q i ui I 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION I90- Ir JOHN R PFLANZi- O CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION FOR I JAIKRRI JEFFERSON COUNTY 1 Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party j Jx4x S Jx xSxeKxJxJxJ WM L WELLER JR i SENATOR Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh and Twelfth Wardsr Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary 9 1901 Chas MeriwetherCANDIDANE FOR City TreasurerSubject to Action of the Democratic Party JAMES Ca OCONNORCANDIDATE v- onLEGISLATUREFiftieth district Tenth ward of Louisville Subject to action of Democratic party l1o0 feeLJij191Nl BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Penmal1d7tiphor7lzan m WTtj7lfra t yIlSeind NIlztalOJueIZ9Il1szilleK 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 SHE IS Because She Wanted to Go Her ON c ryauo iiImollsrL IDllldlb- r In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville FRANK J rrA Mr4 wrrdnlrl411rr f MItO M pilrhtMr MlrNnMMttpr110r M11tltt1nrrr4lk r a SAMPLE a a Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool 5 aa a M HICKEY PROPRIETOR a Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street a- srrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr lrrrrrrrarrrrrl rr tlrrrrrt rrrrrrrrrra ISQ I DONT THEN WHY YOU POR- i STATE July CRYING With Mamma t- oCHICAGOTHE Ky AgentCYAnagerW PARADISEI ROOM a- a Ja TIRED CET A CASSTOVE Its a Womans Best Friend la an Age of Woman ill forit lathe foe oI Dirt Danger and Drudgery Me mere dampers to regulate BO more aervatlag teatno mere coal to lug fcm the cellarno more weary kindling o Of firta BO more lOOt to wipe away M tare itches to carry away LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY The AcknowledGed Standard of Excellence Quick Meal Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks far itself anti one sells another OEHERSON214 Market + near Second ya jx t FOURTH JULCELEBRATION AT PHOENIX HILL PARK BY TRINITY MINSTREL COMPANY Balloon Ascension Fireworks Pie Eating Contest and Other Attractions Athletic Exhibition by the Koster Brothers at night Supper served at the Park by the Minstrel Company Concerts Afternoon and NightTICKETS 25 CENTS GLORIOUS FOURTH The greatest of the many celebrations that are being arranged for the Fourth ofIi July will take place at Phoenix under the auspices of the Trinity Minstrel Company composed of well known and prominent young men of this city There will be an outdoor concert both afternoon and night with balloon ascen sious fireworks pie eating contests dancing and outer attractions and an elegant supper in the evening The intention is to make this the grandest and most patriotic observance of the day ever witnessed at the Hill where the day has been annually celebrated for many years past DEVELOPS STRENGTH Edward OConnors friends are elated over the strength that has developed for him in the race for Constable for the Seventh Magisterial district embracing the Eighth Ninth Tenth and part of the Eleventh wards and are now confident of his nomination in the Democratic primary For some time past he has been serving in that capacity with the utmost satisfaction to the Magistrates and liti gants most of whom have pledged him their undivided support for the place Ills business training gives him excep tionable advantages and that he would make an exemplary and competent officer all concede ARMOR PLATED BOYS I It is very important in these days of evil that there should be armor plated boys A boy needs to be ironclad on 1 His lipsagainst the first taste of liquor 2 His earsagainst evil sentiments 3 His handsthat they do nothing wrong 4 His heartagainst irreverence and doubt 6 His feetagainst going with bad company 0 His eyesagainst dangerous looks books and pictures 7 His 6 pocketagainst dishonest money 8 His tongueagainst impure words and uncharitable conversations HAPPY HOMES Many recipes are given nowadays as to how to make home happy etc Someone formula and some another but summed up they all amount to the same thing and that is if we wish to make those about us happy we must consider their tastes consult their feelings think of their comfort in a word it means effacement to a certain extent Little things make up the web of our life at home Little things make us happy and little things make us miserable A word II hint a look has power to transport us with joy or sting us with anguish If we would make our homes what they should be we must attend faithfully to the little things which make them so Ifwe make this rule how pleasant will be our homes how proper our habits how beautiful our livesl How easy and graceful will become our home manners how elegant and appropriate our home language how pure and lovely our home characters Home excellences are the ones we should covet Home morality and religion are the best Home love and worth only are real and lasting Home virtue is for the skies GIBBONS ON UNIONS Cardinal Gibbons being asked recently what he thought of tradesunions said Throughout the United States and Great Britain there is today a continuous network of syndicates and trusts of companies and partnerships so that every business from the construction of a leviathan steamship to the manufacture of a needle is controlled by a corpora tion When coporations thus combine it is quite natural that mechanics and laborers should follow their example It would be unjust to deny to workingmen the right to band together because of the abuse incident to such combinations unwarrantably seeking to crush or absorbweaker rivals Another potent reason for encouraging labor unions sug gests itself to mind Secret societies lurking in dark places and plotting the overthrow of existing governments have been the bane of continental Europe The repressive policy of these govern ments and their mistrust of the intelli gence and virtue of the people have given rise to those mischievous organi zations fQr men are apt to consider in secret if not permitted to express their views openly The public rcognition amongst us of the right to organize implies a confidence in the intelligence and honesty of the masses it affords them an opportunity of training them selves in the school of selfgovernment and in the art 6f selfdiscipline it takes away from them every excuse and pre text for the formation of dangerous societies it exposes to the light of public scrutiny the constitution and laws of the association and the deliberations of the members it inspires them with a sense of their responsibility as citizens and with a laudable define of meriting the approval of their fellowcitizens Tiny pearl buttons no larger than a prominenUyiufaabion 0- U AOHN CIGARS- La CarolinaBob I Savannah Crook MANUFACTURED BY WILLIAM GRAETER 810 Shelby St JVl J Minogue City Salesman RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies iinl Ixrttles mid jugs six and eight years old from JOO per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch Ma MURPHYDIULKR IN GROCERIESPRODIICE MEATS Wines Liquors Feed Ear and Grain Ii JJ Cor Seventeenth anil Vnrtlnntl A- rMOORESPLfiGI 1621 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John HickeySEV- ENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out A A A ROGER NOIIALTY Wines Liquors And Cigars COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT- N W Cor 21st and Portland DUNIGANS SeventeenYear Old Whiskies Bourbon and Rye for family use 600 per gallon- N W Corner Seventh and St Catherine FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3O44A un CO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS etC nnfr grk Midfdeacnptlon may Inrenilon liprnaEypontenteble Cnmmrnlca I Ions utrlcllr confidential Handbook on Patent aunt tree oldut agency for iecurtn patenta stenoI taken trough Mann s Co receive iputat notice without charge In the Scientific American- A handiomel Illustrated weekirI I rveit cir culation of mir Sold Terms 13 a year four months II brad newsdea- lerMIINIUCo Branch Offlco B6 ep B New YorkT- RANSPEROPPOSED The transfer of St Pauls Cathedral by Bishop Phelan to Henry C Frick for 11300000 is opposed by Father McTigbe of St Johns and some members of St Pauls parish and the Bishop has gone into court The Cathedral is on Fifth avenue in the butiitM district of Pitta burg and when built la 1852 was the largest church in the United States Beige la all its many shades is deeM edly modish I ID KNIGHTS AND TILE UNION The meeting of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America was well attended all being anxious to hear the reports of Supreme Representatives Veenethan and McGinn the substance of which was given in these columns at the time of the convention The Knights were visited by a special committee from the Catholic Union headed by lIon Edward J McDermott and Miss Mary E Sheridan both of whom made addresses that were well received They explained the purposes of the union and invited all branches to be come members FASHIONS FOIBLES In some of the stockings a few threads of gold are interwoven Art buckles brushes and brooches are very much in evidence The oldfashioned tambour white lace veils will be worn with the light spring and summer hats Like the famous little girl in the nursery rhyme the longer the bolero lives the shorter it grows White silk roses with black velvet leaves make a lovely trimming on a white straw hat faced witlrblack A very stunning outing hat for sum mer shows a felt crown and a straw brim both white and trimmed with a soft Per sian silk scarf Sashes always a pretty addition to the simple gown are evidently coming into vogue again and the prettiest are made of chiffon in pale green The flower hat which extends well over the forehead in a sort of peaked shape is very fashionable finishedwith the bow and ends of black velvet ribbon- A black wool net which comes this season makes very stylish gowns trimmed with stitched bands of black taffeta and a pretty touch of color is added in the sash of pale green mousseline de soie edged with black velvet White in all its pure creamy and white wine tints is to triumph this summer and very simple white gowns can be furnishedwith some distinction by a belt wide and pointed at the back made of flat folds of mauve and blue panne Very pretty toques are made by stitch ing rows of straw in a net foundation and joining them over the net with a cross stitch of gold thread This sort of hat requires very little trimming except a rosette or a bunch of flowers at one side Louisine silk is a decidedly popular fabric for summer gowns and they are tucked without limit from the bust to the knees where the lace flounce begins Three halfinch tucks of the silk form a serviceable finish around the edge of the flounceLattice effects in narrow silk bands stitched on are very effectively illustrated on the veiling costumes The silk matches the veiling and one example shows groups of three from the waist line to the hem shorter groups running up from the hem to the top of the circular flounce where other bands encircle the skirt Some of the most effective summer gowns are made of linen in pink blue or yellow the skirts in walking length be ing trimmed with banns piped with white A little embroidery of the raised heavy kind gives the style to this sort of gown and appears only on the broad col lar and cuffs of an Eton jacket More expensive linen gowns are spotted all over with small designs of this embroid ery or trimmed with bands of it set in around the skirt RIGHT AND WRONG WAYS The attitude of the body in sleeping has a direct influence upon the heart lungs and digestive organs The carriage of the body while awake is also largely affected by its position during the third or more of the day spent in sleep One should always sleep on the right side The body should be extended to its full length and the head thrown way back The left arm should be thrown as far back as possible thus expanding the chestWhen one lies on the left side an unusual weight comes just over the heart which should of course be left as free as possible Never sleep with the arms extended above the head or the limbs drawn up for this interferes with circula tion It is also a mistake to lie on the stomach for this tends to cramp the heart and digestive organs The lower the pillow the better High bolsters bold the head at an unusual angle Many people are made roundshouldered by using too high pillowS Tbe habit of sleeping with the head at such an angle is soon acquired To cure ones self it is well to reduce the height of the pillow gradually It is not enough to ventilate the sleep ingroom at night and in the morning Draughts of air should paSs through it freely throughout the day and all night long Draperies and hangings about the beinglikelycult to remove If one is afraid cf draughts a high folding screen may be placed about the head of the bed The rule of simplicity should hold for all the furnishings of the room The room should be comparatively cool for a per son of normal health but the bed should be provided with plenty of warm cover ings n TL JEFFERSONCANDIDATE FOR MAYORSubj- ect to the Action of the Democratic Party FOR Subject to action Democratic party L i FOR Subject to the action of the Democratic primary FOR s OF Subject to the action of the Democratic party ENDS SPENCER and Expert For Business Good Employment and Success CALL OR WRITE FOR Nib INrORUATIOH Union NtttaHl OPEN FOR THE SEASON Now Is the Time to Secure Dates For with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts +++ ++f+++ + NEW H MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 W MarketSt loulStllle Ky Telephone 3431A The finestand dol lar a day hotel in Louisville Special rates to professional peo H Four The CHAS A WILSON Judge Court GEORGE HALEXANDER COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY DR HARRIS KELLY CORONERJEFFERSON COUNTY PresidentEducates Young People PHOENIX HILL PARK PicnicsOutings Socials greatlyimproved TREBINGS HOTEL piedig BuffaloRoute COj Police 1901 PanAmerican ExpositionBig Four Route In connection with Ijio Shore Michigan Southern and New YotkOentrU ItR offen the flnett equipped tervala to trainfrom SoughWest i UBiattsFniUint j- Wamn J Lynch Gent nits Alt W PleppeAGRAClnclnnatL S JJI GATES Gen Agent Louisville Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY PEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO CJ 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 3 i J W Napier j k FOR County AssessorI Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 7 J BaN CollegMA r NOW s + + 1 I Illinois G6ntraI BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville I Memphis A- NDNew Orlean Two Fast Trains Daily Ve tibuled Throughout an Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest +i NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from Chicago Cincinnati- Louisville Now ijor Orleans Hot SpringsI SleepersThrough From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without chang and at low rates S anyIllinoisWJ McBRIDE City AgentFourth A H Hanson ChicagoWm i A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE r- oIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River OItIICENo 8 J OATEJIS+ r yWARRENWM Pi DEPPB A Go P Av CINCINNATI O s c 714iJ AND ITS UP TO YOU S Seven dollars for a Suit of Clothes worth I10 or 12 and 14 for a Suit worth 18 20 or 22 New clean styIish this seasons goods All sizes and all kinds of patterns traigllt clearance sale like we have for a little while every seasonand you know about them for theyre famous Get iu on tllh one I quickII II LEVY BROSTHIRD A TD ICI T I17T I4r Squire John McCann CANDIDATE FOR UDGE POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1001 NOVEMBER ELECTION 101 WM BOSLER Candidate for Reelection for BaliffPolice Court Subject to Action of Democratic Party CHARLES E SHEPARD MEMBER ORGANIZED LABOR CANDIDATE FOR CLERK CITY COURTSubject to the action of the Republican party 2a Sa McNUTT CANDIDATE FOR TATE SENATOR 1 II ThirtySixth District First and Second Wards and Jefferson County Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party I NACE VETTERCANDIDATE FOR JAILER= OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the action of the Democratic party B CASLERI CANDIDATE FOR ASSESSOR OF JEFFERSON COUNTY I Subject to the action of the Democratic party rnn r wriwwr t Vw s = DANIEI4DOUGHERTY THOMAS ==Dougnertyl KeeinU- NDERTAKERS II U 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth III TI3 r13 I HOI fI3 All Calls Promptly Attended to 12402IIriagcft Furnished a r for r I I FRflNK FEHR BREWINGl 60 INCORPOJrA TED I Brewers atid BottlersLOUII3VILTa KY- u u Judge R M Buckley the present t Judge of the Police Court says of Alf V Oldhams officeUYour records are written up daily something that I experienceII and Judge of the Court never known bef- oreHIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 2 elects officers at the next meetingWith excursions outings and annual election of officers the divisions of Rhode Island are having a busy month The meeting of Division 2 Thursday night was more largely attended than for some months past many of the oldest members being present Division 3 will hold its election of officers Monday night All members should attend The old officers have been faithful andwill all doubtless be reelectedDivision 1 of Jeffersonville will have arousing meeting next Tuesday evening to be followed by a smoker and general good time The officers for the year will alsobe elected Officers John J Beirne and Jerry OLeary visited their division Thursday night Both are popular and practical Hibernians and the members wish they held office that would permit their regu lar attendance The Hibernian Rifles of Dover N II Capt John Redmond commanding par ticipated in the parade and exercises in the city Memorial day and made a credit able showing their alignments and mill tary bearing being perfect As a military organization it is second to none in the State and Hibernians and IrishAmeri cans feel pretty proud of it Rev Felix McNally of St Patricks Cathedral Armagh was among the vis itors at the last monthly meeting of Division 42 of Philadelphia held in Grand Army Hall The good soggarth explained the object of his mission from Innisfail and the division through Presi dent OBrien gave the reverend father substantial encouragement Five new members were also admitted The new regalia arrived in Philadelphia last week and the great prepara tions for the successful performance of the exercises of the new initiation were carried out Sunday at Wharton Hall where a joint meeting of Divisions 31 40 59 and 68 was held Many visiting brothers from all over the city and from New Jersey were present to witness the grand ceremonial the first in the State of Pennsylvania All were quite enthus iastic over the affair Concord and Laconia Hibernians will celebrate the Fourth of July with a union picnic that will from present indications eclipse anything of a similar nature that has ever been held in New Hampshire Although not a field day of the order in the exact sense of the word invitations will be extended to other divisions throughout the State to participate Special trains will be run from all points of vantage for the occasion and nothing will be left undone to make it in point of magnitude one of the greatest gatherings of our race that ever took place within the confines of the old Granite StateI The Ancient Order of Hibernians of New York it was announced Sunday has bought a plot of four lots on the northeast corner of Fifth avenue and One Hundred and Sixteenth street as a site for a new club house The land cost 90000 and it is estimated that the building will cost 250000 The first floor of the structure will contain stores and a hall The mezzanine floor will have offices a library and a gymnasium On the second floor there will be a ball room with a clear floor space of 75x90 Feet The third floor will be divided into six lodge rooms and above that will be kept a roof garden The front elevation will be of limestone and brick One of the pleasantest events in the history of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians in Portland Maine was the pre sentation of aq elegant silk American flag Ito Company B Hibernian Knights by the Ladies Aid recently After inspec tion by Major Reagan the men were drawn up in company front and Mrs Charles Adams President of the Ladles I Aid in a gracefully worded speech presented I the company with the beautiful banner Capt James ONeil on behalf of the company thanked the donors for their magnificent gift The company and their guests then retired to the banquet hall where a bountiful repast was served This was followed by an excellent musical entertainment I Division 27 of Natick Mass celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary at its last meeting in Hibernian Hall which was handsomely decorated A banquet was served State and county oTficers in large numbers being present as invited guests and responding to toasts William J Flynn the first President read a Ins torical sketch of the division The celebration marked the first quartercentury existence of one of the strongest and most Influential divisions in Massachu setts On May 10 1893 the division took the initiative in the custom which has since gained favor in other sections of decorating the graves of deceased members on Memorial day A flag marks the grave of each and a basket of flowers is placed beside it every year the family of the departed member being invited to attend the short prayer service held iutbe cemetery by the Board of Directors oftbe divisions On January 11000 under the Presidency of the late Martin Hall a fine wooden building on Sumner street was bought by the Division Building Association and there the members now meet In exceptionally fine quarters owned by themselves for every member lof the division 1esa member of the 1 wilding mwwclatiou soon after being in ed1e Ladle Auxiliary baa overJ 100 members I All the Judges under whom he has I p served recommend Alf V Oldham h Democratic candidate for Clerk of the E i Police Court i i ii The late Judge R H Thompson J who was Judge of the Police Court i for sixteen years said of Alf Old hams office It has never been so i satisfactory since I have been Judge i of this court Up Stairs Over English Woolen Hill Store wOne Door West of the Dig 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 Ar BRORIN6 D D Sr PROPRIETOR Robert J Tilford CANDIDATE FOR Sheriff Jefferson County Subject to action of Democratic party JdOHN DOUGHRN- iAtvrlr iz CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEEIGHTH Composed of Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject tQ action Democratic primary WBHOKECANDIDATE FOR Judge County Court Subject to the action of the Democratic party J l CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the action of the Democratic partyJpartyJM CHATTERSON Candidate for Democratic Nomination For COUNTYATTtRNEY S11150 INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN SI5 DlgJnrRtttteSunday June 10 special train lew Seventhstreet Union depot at 8 oclock aUI Returning train lleaves fwlUiwpolls at 7 oclock p m Get tickets tit city office 218 Fourth avenue sad at depot SJGae Genera Agent Judge J Wheeler McGee exJudge t of the Police Court says of Alf V I Oldhams office Altogether I think i s arrangedforconducted than any public clerks i office I have known IRELAND Record of the Host Important the Recent Events Culled ofII From Exchanges EverIoettby a tram car near Doughlas Cork lIe sustainedsevere injuries froni which he diedThe proprietors of the Belfast Northern Counties Railway Company at a special meeting held on Friday unani mously decided in favor of the acquisition of the line of the Derry Central Railway CompanyA demonstration under the auspices of the United Irish League was held in Mountrath on Sunday Con tingents were present from all parts of the county and great enthusiasm was manifestedAn was held at Beaufort County Kerry on Wednesday on the body ofa girl named Britton a lads maid whose body was found in the Laune The jury found n verdict of accidental drowning The charges of breach of contract brought by the Gas Company against a number of their men came before the Cork Magistrate on Thursday After hearing evidence the Magistrate reserved judgment for a week W F Macartney Filgate visited Cork on Tuesday at the request of the Hon Horace Plunkett and accompanied by the Lord Mayor and the City Engineer made an inspection of the proposed site of the Cork Exhibition At the Cork Board of Guardians a corn plaint was made that a patient believed to be a Catholic was kept in the Pro testant portion of the house and that in the event of the woman dying some dis agreeable consequences were likely to ensue It was decided to have a thorough investigation instituted The board ad journed as a mark of respect to the mem ory of the late guardian Jeremiah Hor ganThe eighth IrishTrades Union Congress was opened on Monday in the Town Hall Sligo and was largely attended by dele gates from all parts of Ireland John Simmons the President for the ensuing year presided Seventyfive delegates were present representing 52000 work ers Thirtysix delegates were from Dublin and twentyfive from Belfast The Mayor of Sligo Alderman Foley welcomed the delegates On Monday evening Mrs M Doyle wife of the Courtkeeper of Bray died suddenly at her residence The deceased who had some friends visiting her was standing in the door of the courthouse and fell suddenly to the ground The priest and doctor were sent for and the Rev Father McNevin and Dr Moore head arrived almost immediately On the arrival of the doctor he pronounced life to be extinct Death resulted from die ease of the heart It was with regret that the people of Drogheda town heard the news of the death of Luke J Healy which occurred after a lengthened illness at his residence in West street In the early sixties he was a famous oarsman and a member of the Emerald Rowing Club After a time the Drogheda Rowing Club was also formed and in conjunction with the late Dr Kelly the deceased succeeded in es tablishing the annual aquatic carnival on the Boyuethe Boyne regetta A great demonstration was held at Kinvara on Sunday in furtherance of the object of the United Irish League At an early hour the picturesque little town was thronged by a great concourse of people and as each contingent arrived from surrounding parishes ringing cheers greeted them Clarenbridge and Roo veagh had a splendid turnout headed by their fife and drum band followed by an immense procession of horsemen dressed in green sashes and wearing their mem bership cards on their hilts On Sunday one of the largest and most representative meetings that has been held in South Mayo since the inception- of the United Irish League was held at lallinrobe The immense square at Abbey street was thronged and the lowest calculations put the assemblage down at 10090 persons Nearly every town in South Mayo was represented while large contingents came from Headford and Gal way There was a big force of police under command of District Inspector Lowndes The platform was erected in the center of the square and was nicely draped with ivy A sad fatality was brought to light in Belfast on Wednesday afternoon when a mans hat and coat were found on bank adjoining Woodvale Park A theI geant and several constables proceeded to the dam and on examining the coat found in one of the pockets a slip of taper on which were written the words May God have mercy on my soul III The dam was thereupon draggedand after an hour and a haWs search the body of n man named Robert Graham Cavour street fully dressed except his coat and hat was discovered Deceased was a sawyer by trade- Lawrence Donnelly fireman in the i employment of the Midland railway met with a serious accident on Sunday even lag He was engaged on the goods train which left Broadstonc Station for the North Wall and when passing over the Great Southern Western line at Glas levin he went along the engine to oil it As he did not return the engine driver stopped the train and searched the line for him He found Donqeily lying in a place called the tunnel with his skull fractured The injured man was at once removed to the Richmond pitaljj where belie4inai tWal condition r u GRAND PICNIC p GIVEN BY TIlE ST ALOYSIUS SOCIETY For the Benefit of St Aloysius School PHCENIX HILL PARK WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 Admission 25 cents FineUnion Band in attendance An enjoyable evening is is assured those who attend this picnic CHAS 17 r GRAINGER CANDIDATE FOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party ROBERTr J HRGRN CANDIDATE FOR lIr liI POLICE COURT Subject 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