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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 TI F KENTUCKY IRJH AMERICAN VOLUME VIINO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY to JULY 20 1901 PRICE FIVE CE pullST WILLIAMS Impressive Sight at the Pretty Little Church Last Sun tiny Morning Bishop McCloskoy Holds Con firmation Services and De livers Address Father Murphy Feels Greatly Encouraged and Congre gation Growing THE CHOIR RECEIVES A BLESSING The new church of St William at Thirteenth and Wilson streets was last Sunday morning the scene of beautiful and impressive services and is another proof not only of the growing interest of the faithful of this locality for the poetry of public worship but of the zeal of Rev Father Dennis Murphy who has already succeeded in surrounding himselfwith quite a congregation It was only a few weeks ago that the pretty little church was dedicated and the large attendance last Sunday when every available foot of space was necessary to accommodate the people who thronged the sacred edifice was most gratifying The occasion was the first confirmation services held in St Williams which were conducted by Right Rev Bishop McCloskey assisted by Rev Dr Schuh mann of the Cathedral and the pastor Father Murphy The Bishop arrived at 9 oclock and the pleased expression on his countenance as he troceeded to the altar was sufficient evidence that he was gratified with the scene before him The venerable prelate who is regarded the most dignified of the American hierarchy at once proceeded with the confirmation services conferring the sacrament on the following little people who were mod estly but beautifully attired Julia Magdalen Kilgallon Ellen John Hanley Florence Cecilia Leonard Eliza beth Rebecca Wells Catherine Agnes Bishop Anna Agnes King Thomas Ber nard Naughton John Michael OMally Patrick Michael Monaghan William Pat rick McIntyre Crolia Joseph Edelen Augustus Cumulus Schmidt Carl William Smith George William YOU Sick The Bishop then addressed the chil dren his remarks making a deep impression upon the minds of all present He told them of the innny benefits they received through this great sacrament of confirmation when the Holy Ghost de scended and sanctified them Urging them to strive to always avoid evil ways and never forget this happy day be be stowed upon them his blessing- A splendid musical programme was rendered under the direction of Miss Jennie Giles assisted by the following well known singers Mrs Katie Costi gan Misses Florence Edmunds Mary McDermott Nellie Barrett and Nellie Lincoln sopranos Mrs Will Meeban and Miss Agnes Edmunds altos Mike 11111 and Harry Soete bassos and Messrs Bigley and Gottbrath tenors As the Reverend Bishop was departing he showed his delight with the programme by blessing the members of the choir a recognition not often bestowed andwhich was received with feelings of the deepest gratitudeSolemn high mass followed with Rev Father Murphy as celebrant After reading the gospel of the day he an nounced that by the Bishops order because of the recent opening of the new church and its long distance from others it special dispensation had been granted by which all those who attended theI services that afternoon and the two nextI Sundays could gain the jubilee indul gence This announcement was sufficient to attract a crowd that could not gain admission many kneeling and reciting the prayers outside Father Murphy expressed himself to our reporter as greatly encouraged with the outlook for the new parish There have been large additions weeklyand already many have became regular pewI holders Another pleasing feature will be the juvenile choir which has beenI organized for St Williams and which is making satisfactory progress under the direction of the zealous young priest The school and kindegarden where theII children received their instructions preII vious to the advent of Father Murphy was opened by Miss Kate A Norton InI October 1899 During the past school year there has been a daily attendance of over 100 pupils It has been very suc cessful and with the assistance of Father Murphy Miss Norton expects this to be come one of the best parochial schools in the city Each of the children confirmed was presented by Bishop McCloskey with a beautifully bound book on the life of St Mary Magdalen translated by him from the Italian The day was an auspicious one for the pew St Williams parish and will live long in the memory of those a present The boundary lines of the new parish have not as yet been officially annoullcedIOUTING AND PICNIC wemii RcV Father Ackermann and the bers of St Philip Neris church have III 1I1 j J I at jUyenrtew Park Tbeiroatisapaud1 r picnics are always enjoyable and among the most popular given The proceeds will be devoted fo the needs of St Philip church and there will doubtless be a large attendance from all parts of the city Father Ackermann is a zealous and untiring worker and his friends are de termined that a handsome sum shall be realized to aid him in his noble under taking St Philip Neris church erected under his supervision is one of the most beautiful of the small churches in the diocese which entitles him to generous support LEXINGTON FalconerJohnson Wedding the Society Event of the Week Lexington society turned but en masse Tuesday morning to the wedding of lira I Rosa Jeffrey Johnson and Dr Richard Craig Falconer which was solemnized at St Pauls church by the Rev rather James P Barry The bride Is one of the most beautiful of Kentucky girls and is the daughter of Claude M Johnson late Chief of the Bureau of Printing and En graving in Washington Miss Clara Bell was the maid of honor The bridesmaids were Misses Cora Brown Jessie Falconer Lizzie Lee McCann Jane Todd Watson and Alice Bradley The best man was the brother of the groom Judge David Gray Falconer and the groomsmen were Dr William Waltz Thomas Thornton of New York Paul Justice George Weeks and Thomas Lewis The wedding was followed by a breakfast after which the happy couple left for New York They sail today for Europe and will spend the hooneymoon in Switzerland Later they will tour the continent MADE GOOD FIGHT Some Echoes From the Late DemocraticPrimary Now that the votes have been counted and the nominees declared it may be interesting to refer to some of the the dents connected with the late Demo cratic primary The various candidates were anxious to make a good showing in Limerick and with this end in view prominent politicians proceeded to per feet a strong organization for their respective favorites succeeding fairly well in their undertaking But about the time they thought they had everything cinched it was discovered that one of the most astute young politicians in that end of the city a faithful worker for the JAMES A ROSS party and a man with a large following who had organized the first Democratic club for the campaign had been forgot ten This fact came to the knowledge of others who hastened to secure his prom ise of support Then it was that James A Ross the well known grocer at Eight and St Catherine took off his coat and went to work for Grainger and Pflanz Almost singlehanded he prepared for the fray which was conducted Without acrimony or illfeeling and the result was a most gratifying surprise to his most enthusiastic followers The successful candidates are greatly in debted to him for the large vote they received All kinds of efforts were made to change him but without effect The Limerick Democratic Club of which he is Treasurer has given a good account of itself and promises to do still better in November The oldtimers are warned to make room for Ross and his following and advised to cooperate with him in the effort to unite all Demo crats in the Limerick club The officers of this club are as follows PresidentDennis J Reardon SecretaryJames McKernan Treasurer James A Ross SergeantatArms Dave Reilly hotly CROSS LAWN FETE Tickets are out for the annual lawn fete to be given for the benefit of Holy Cross church and Rev Father Cunning nunHenry Koch Thirtyfirst and Broadway on Wednesday and Thursday evenings Angust 21 and 22 The price of admiS- sion has been placed at the small sum of ten cents and a handsome diamond ring gold watch or 50 in gold will be thelargestlady desiring to take an active part sad shouldirace it open to all and there should be a number of entries t L Yl n J r o I I INTERIOR VIEW ST LOUIS BERTRANDS CHURCH j S S HV S N hvMAM id o 6 e i 0 ST LOUIS BERTRANDS SCHOOL AND AQUINAS UNION HALL Iv S iYlMxYKKti Xa x I MJ S V ENDOWING Rig Celebration by the Irish American Society Next Month Committees Making Prepara tions For a Great Irish Reunion Interesting Meeting at the Now Hibernian Hall Thurs day Night ADVANCE ASSESSMENT BEING PAID There was an unexpectedly large at tendance at the meeting of the Irish American Society Thursday night and the proceedings were enlivened by sev eral short but interesting talks The matter of greatest importance now before the society is the great Irish reunion and picnic to be given under its auspices on Monday August 10 at Riverview Park The IrishAmerican Society desires to make this a redletter day and for this purpose a number of committees composed of well known citizens were last month appointed by President Joe Nevin The reports Thursday night were very encouraging and all that is now needed to make this affair memorable is for each member to take hold and render a little assistance The final arrangements and programme will be completed and announced at the next meeting which all the committees and members are notified to attend Those having the reunion in charge are as follows ExecutiveD II Russell Chairman Joseph Nevia Joe Byrne Tom Tarpey John J Flynn M W Murphy Jerry King and Tom Keena- nRefreshmentsobma J Sullivan ChBirmallj John Kenney Eugene HcShane Thomas Cleary Mike Francis Dan Rafferty Walter Joyce Pat Con oaughtoaHualc William Lawler Chairman John Cheater font Claire Oas Kane William CUire John Mooney Michaell Kia4 Robert Began r Dancing Phil 7icGovunj Chairman n 1 Dennis Minogue Mike McGillicuddy Dennis J Heffernan Jolla II Danaher William M Murphy J J Casey John Ilpgan Con Lehan Those present expressed themselves as well pleased with the hall President declaringItin Louisville Thought the evening was quite warn the electric fans kept the rooms at a delightfully cool temperature Secretary Flynn was in his place but the absence of Joe Byrne the financier of the organization was regretted The Chairman of the Visiting Commit tee announced the illness of Sergeantat Arms John Kenney and the members will visit hint at his home 114 Second streetJames J Casey was elected Assistant Recording Secretary and at the next meeting another will probably be elected to assist Secretary Joe Byrne whose duties have been largely increasedunder the new law governing the death assessment and the great number of members added during the past six months Matters pertaining to the future wel fare and success of the IrishAmerican Society were ably discusses by Thomas Keenan Mike Francis President Nevin Martin Joyce Secretary Flynn and James Casey The Financial Secretary received the advance dollar assessment froth quite a number of members and those who have not already paid the same should do so at once The business of the meeting was brought to a close at a seasonable hour but before adjourning the Secretary was instructed to notify all members of the importance of being present on Thursday night August 1- Tl1eChairmen of the various commit tees given above will in the meantime get the members together and proceed with the work assigned them No action was taken on the hall question as it seems a foregone conclusion that the society will remain with the Hibernians FATHER WHITES CHURCH It is currently Gored that Rev Thomas White the be Ved and popular pastor of St Frances oi Rowe church In Clifton Las about coacl sled to commence the erection of a tuagn ficent new stone church early this falll We sincerely hopeso and wish Father WhIte the sue cess be so richly deservies In all the little accewpriea of dress there Iis nothiug else quite so conspicuous M the yfato h I HARD AT WORK Advocates of tho Consolidation of the Four Divisions of Hibernians I Such Course Would Result in Unity of Feeling and Action Tho Hibernians Would Then Become Much Stronger Every Way THE PROPOSITION MEETS WITH FAVOR During the past year there has been exhibited much interest In the Ancient Order of Hibernians by prominent Irish men of this city but the growth of the order while steady and substantial has riot been as large as the county and di vision officers had hoped for and the question of how to bring all desirable persons into the fold of this grand organ ization has been discussed by many membersAt there appears to be a grow lug sentiment in favor of the amalgama tion of the four divisions into one mak ing a strong and influential body similar to the Elks and Knights of Columbus This proposition has met with much favor in some quarters and one of its strongest advocates a gentleman who has long been prominent in the order and has given the matter much thought urges the following reasons for the con solidation of the divisions Some months ago there was quite a general discussion of what course would be productive of the best results in in creasing the membership of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the suggestion that the four divisions be consolidated met with much favorable comment fromI members of the society No action has yet been taken but the advocates of consolidation are again at work and hope that a definite and permanent settlement thereof may soon be effected There Is uo question that such consolidation would do much toward stteugtheuiug the 10 ci ly by making its member better ac 0 quainted with each other There members of the order who barely areIa the members of their own division this is not as it should be If all the members were acquainted with each ther it would increase the gooddoue iin many ways No better way to brin about this general acquaintance than consolidation and two monthly general meetings has been devised Then there are even further advantages Every day members meet who arc unknown to each other who would gladly become acquainted Dont you think such an acquaintance would prove of vast benefit to the order It would strengthen the unity of feeling throughout the city and that means Increased strength Others declare that unity of feeling and the power of united action are lack- Ing here and that the habit of selfde pendence has been carried to excess in this city While the foregoing may to a certain extent be true there are those who favor consolidation because it would insure larger attendance at initiations The new degree work requires much time and labor and with the member- all I in one body much of this would toI a great extent be obviated And again there are those who look to the financial side of the question They assert that there would be a great saving in hallh rent officerssalaries etc This question will be discussed fo sonic time before it can be disposed of as alt the divisions have but recently elected officers for the next year and iit may take that length of time to effect a consolidation that will prove satisfactory to all Its advocates however feel con fident in the ultimate success of the cause they are pushing MISS MULLARKEY WINS Contest Attracts Largo CrowdVfeDMBP to Mackln Council Lawn Fete The largest crowd that ever assembled on the beautiful grounds surrounding the Mackin Council Club House on Twenty sixth street was attracted there Thursday night to witness the close of the contest that has been going on for the pastI month or six weeks between Misses Bee Mullarkey and Mary Hartlage two ofI the most popular young ladies iu the Wcst End where the race excited asImuch interest as did any in the recent political primaries The prize contested for was 40 in gold The hour of 10II oclock was set for the count to begin William J Semonin represented Miss Mullarkey and Edward Canty looked aternneiriCEres nIlrrtI4ge VHeu 1 the count was completed the announce ment was iiiade in the dancing pavilion Miss Mullarkey emerging from what I MISS BEE MULARKEY was thought to be a very close race an easy winner her score being 1760 while that of her opponent was but 39G The presentation speech was made by Mr Semonin who complimented both ladies and congratulated them on having so many friends Miss Hartlage was at a disadvantage however as the race was in a great measure between Mackin Council and the Ladies Auxiliary the young men nearly all espousing the cause of the former The lawn fete was a decided social suc cess and was patronized by the best peo pIe of the city Mackin Council will shortly give another pleasing entertain ment to its friends A basket picnic at Fern Grove is being arranged for and will take place early in August KEEP COOL The Aquinas Union invites their friends to keep cool by accompanying them on the excursion to Fern Grove next Wednesday July 24 These annual outings of the Aquinas Union are always largely attended and afford a day of innocent sport and amusement The committee having this one in charge is composed of Messrs John Crotty Edward Lenihan William McDonogh Richard Walsh Dave Burke and Richard Langan The tickets for the round trip are only twentyfive cents and children accompa nied by their parents are carried free During the afternoon there many amusing features and field willI embracing a pie eating contest foot egg and sack races etc Officer Dave Burkes friends are urging him tQ enter the hundredyard dash which would prove an event worth going many miles to see The boats leave the foot of First street at the usual hours and those who would sttend a pleasant day and aid a society that has done much for the young people of Limerick have here a splendid oppor tunity of doing both for the small sum of a qusrterm eGRINSTEAD ItepnblicgAs Their Candidate For Mayor Booker Reeds Friends Y Sore Over Ills rgnomin Ions Defeat Party Split and the Dlsgrruntl Want Iiidecndent Ticket SOME SURPRISES OF THE PRIMR sTime Republicans of this city and coifntj held their primary to nominate calidi dates for the coming election last TiJf f day afternoon The greatest inhere centered in the races for Mayor Cftf trPolice Court and Clerk of the Pollc Court For the office of Mayor there were two candidates James F Grinstead Booker Reed The friends of the latl were very confident of victory un wheJohnfor an injunction which was refused bV Judge Miller The party machinery wf all in the hands of time Republican Cob millee of which Collector Sapp aptnounced Griustead man is Chairmaj and Browns action is now said to hid lost the Reed faction many votl figlmbetweenmercial both of which want to be the official Republican organ The primary was exciting while it lastedand trouble occurred at a number of the voting places Not over 750Q votes were cast and of this number Mr Grinsteadreceived a handsome majority which makes him the opponent of Charles F Grainger who will lead the Democracy The nominee is a well known Mainstreet business man who has never before been a candidate and the greatest objection thus far registered RepublicanReeds defeat many Of tdiem havmn declared putinDemocrats Some amusing stories are told by the workers of how they were done up at certain voting places At one in the South End for instance where Reed was supposed to have forty 1 four out of the seventyodd votes cast the returns showed that not one was counted for him Another prominent candidate informs us that he had perfected an organization of sixteen wellknown residents in the Fourth ward all of whom were his per sonal friends where he expected large majority but when the returns came in he was more than astonished to find that givenhimten His disgust over such treatment was inexpressible There were a number of similar instances and the feeling of dissatisfaction that exists bodes ill for Republicanshave deceives their sanguine opponents Democrats are everywhere rejoicing that the Republicans made the fatal ails take of counting out or defeating W A Meriwether Charles E Shepard anti Judge Nick Vaughn who next to Mr 4 Grinstead were the best men on the ticket Councilman Shepard was the only Republican candidate identified with organized labor and the action of the party is looked upon as a direct snub to the workingmen This mistake will lose 4 time party hundreds of votes for that officeFor Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court Max Louis who makes the worst kind of a showing as a practicing lawyer was counted in by a majority of ten votes over Judge Vaughn who has filled the office with signal ability since the retire meat of William Thurman The great majority of the people are inclined to be lieve the Judge is the victim of some scheme aud to the casual observer every thing looks that way Councilman Meriwether was also deg 1 feated by Herman Lochner by a very small majority the latter running on the h alleged slate fixed up by the committee The fight is a pretty one and Democrats feel more confident than ever The Republican Committee has full power and it is possible that they may make some changes in the figures heretofore given opt and shut out some of the candi dates now claiming their nomination I Nominations of Aldermen Couucilnieag and School Trustees yet remain to bcp made and their announcement is eagerly awaited When this is done the ticker can be more properly judged a STONE WALL The contract for a stone wall seven feet high and extending SCO feet on Wickliffa avenue and 684 feet on Barret avenue surrounding the grounds of the new St Anthonys Hospital was this week awarded Urban Stengel St Son who have already begun the work This will add much to the appearance of the grouudr mind when completed the hospitalJ will Ix the mostluiposirig edifice of its Vliul l- tbispart + h of the country C h NTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN IIIINIIIIINIIINIIItill ted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans VXLLXAl M IIIQQI1KMr Pub1l her SCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postoff Ice as SocoHOCtnss Matter gall CtnmiMkaHonitotne KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street UISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 20 19011 GREAT STRIKE The great steel strike is now on full force both sides standing m Thousands of workmen are in Ived on the one hand and a smallI umber of rich men on the other ihe rich constitute the mammoth rust the workingmeu the Amal gamated Association and naturally our sympathies are with the latter Thus far there seems no near solu ion The men are united and well1I rganized and have many assur aqces of assistance from other na tional labor organizations so iittt seems they can stand a long fight Dn the other hand the trust is los ing large sums dailyand retarding navy other industries which may Jove an important factor in ending Re struggle I Thus far the efforts to operate he mills with nonunion men have een unsuccessful the Amalga rated Association having succeededI a organizing strong lodges wherefore they had none Many oft Le independent mills have signedI He scale and those at work will1I ntribute liberally to the support of their brethren Public meetingsI are being held to discuss the situa tion to which the trust managers are invited so confident are Presi dent Shaffer and his colleagues of i public approval PHILIPPINE TROUBLES The administration has made a brilliant move at Manila but it iisi Me which iis nut convincing to the c6untryat large eves though civil government has been established iin our new possessions under the lead ership of Gov William H Taft writes Father Cronin in the Union and Times It is easy to parade through t cablegrams the progress made by our military arms in the suppression of the Filipino rebellion but the sinister fact remains that five out of twentyseven provinces are held by insurrectionists wh seem determined to dispute to the bitter end all attempts of our forces to pacify them Of the twentytwo provinces supposedly brought under the yoke of the administration six teen remain as yet unorganized which means practically that they f are to experience still further inter- ferenceI from the military arm of I the Government For it would be i absurd and contrary to precedent to I suppose that the administration will I endeavor through the civil branch just established to bring these un I organized territories under the godly I shelter of our flag The military under Chaffee will operate much as I it did under Otis and MacArthur I until as Gov Taft says in another connection the ravages of war shall have pauperized the country andI crippled agriculture I The crowd of 5000 assembled in the Palace square to witness the as sumption by Gov Taft of his civil authority over the Philippines is dwelt upon in the dispatches from I Manila as though it were really a i matter of great significance Yet i theII all the enthusiasm displayed on occasion of Tafts inauguration skeins to have come entirely fromII the Americans who crowded the rrand stand to the exclusion of the fetive element except in suspi iously small numbers The grouping may nave been effective for the I i camera or a doctored dispatch but JJ- jit is the outer fringing of five thou I sand natives looking on sullenly at S the hateful proceedings which gives portendinga Government fatuously determined eneficentexpan ion according to its own peculiar conceptions then Geu MacrthurJin handing over his military authority to his successor Gen Chaffee said I bequeath to you all my troubles he uttered more than a platitude as the prospective pacification of the five insurrectionary provinces will demonstrate when recruits ex penses and soldier graves shall have been audited in their respective columns Besides the military difficulties of the situation elfin Government in the Philippines will have to contend with the old and stubborn problem of education According to the minds of leading Americans only one phase of this problem is possi ble but that phase with the Filipino is not chameleon changing its hues according to the whims fancies or even grounded principles of the new selfconstituted administration in matters literary The Filipino knows for he has experienced it that education is practicable without the American school system that culture need not be supplemented by papers of American citizenship that the Board of Regents whether 1of the Empire State or elsewhere are not the sole depositaries of everything knowable under the sun The educated Filipino has expe rienced the value of Catholic educa tion as dispensed by the Dominican the Jesuit the Vincentian The new leaven introduced by those who would educate the Filipino out of his traditional love for the Catholic church may indeed corrupt the whole mass but neither Taft nor Chaffee nor theCState system of education will ever be able to do more than make of our outraged Philippine subjects a nation of ene mies helpless indeed as the present American Indians but just as bitter and implacable A Providence R I court de cided a divorce suit the other day by ordering the wife who was the complainant in the case to take submito ted was to the effect that the husband belonged to a large number of secret organizations and spent his time and money on them OneI occasion was cited where the hus band gave a supper that cost him 90 The wife thought he ought to spend his time and money at home The Judge was of the opinion that the way for the lady to get even was to take thechildren and go on a vacation at the old mans expense and so ruled By and by we may have vacations by injunction I t Special dispatches from Syracuse state that Major Alexander H 1 Davis has renounced his citizenI ship in the United States and be come a British subject His daugh ter recently married a member ofC the English Parliament Davis is a millionaire and it is said owns a controlling interest in the Louis ville Street Railway Company This may to a certain extent account t for the tyranny exercised over American citizens employed I by the railway company by cer tain of its prominent officials Its so English to be tyrannical you know That was a great smokeup in Monday evenings Times which declared there was a compact be tween Capt James Hendricks Colt John Whallen and Aaron Kohu entered into just prior to the prit mary It was on a par with the charge in the Commercial that Col Whallen and Dick Knott were to control the Republican primary notwithstanding the former was at Ocean Grove Misc The result of the Republican primary is the best evidence that Qpl Whallen had nor interest whatever in any of its candidates The Catholic heirarchy of Ireland consists of four Archbishops and twentyseven Bishops There are thirtytwo counties in Ireland and every county in Ireland has not a Bishop Ireland was laid out into ecclesiastical provinces and sees and dioceses many centuries before iit was laid out into counties Ireland was divided into shires and coun ties by the English about 1562 Thirty of the Peers of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland are Catholics Conservative officials in London admit says a dispatch to the New York Tribune that the Orange demonstrations this year revealed little sympathy for the Government at Liverpool The names of Salisbury and Balfour were hooted and on another occasion at the same place it was declared amid loud cheers that the Conservative Government had forfeited the con fidence of Orangemen This is the best commendation the Government has received for many a day Catholics of Europe are now making arrangements for a grand and brilliant observance of Pope Leos Pontifical jubilee which oc curs next March The Christian world prays that God may spare him until that time Sir Thomas Liptons Shamrock II will start for this side next Monday While the new boat has made an excellent showing in Brit ish waters there seems but small prospect of her winning the Amer ican cup NOBLE WOMEN Organize a Sewing Society For St Anthonys Hospital A noble work which has been going on silently in our midst for several weeks among a handful of selfsacrificing and Christian ladies has resulted in the organization of the St Anthony Sewing Society with the following officers PresidentMrs John Walters of St MartinsSecretaryMrs Joseph Eckert of St JosephsTreasurerMm Mary Poshinger of St Boniface They and a number of outer excellent ladies invite all charitably disposed per sons to join and help them in their noble work which is to create a linen fund and do the sewing for the new St Anthonys Hospital under the Sisters of St Francis It is proposed that this society furnish the new hospital which is open to the afflicted of all creeds and nationalities free of charge with bedding and all articles necessary for a wellfitted hospitalMembership books have been dis tributed throughout the city and quite a number of ladies have already joined this noble band of women in helping the good Sisters along in their holy but laborious work Each of these books provide for twenty members and there should be no trouble in filling a large numberThe meeting will be held Monday evening August 5 We regret that the ladles of a number of congregations who were expected vere not present at the last meeting but hope to be able to report that the coming meeting will be attended by representatives of every congregation in the city There is no worthier charity in existence than that represented by the good Sisters of St Francis who may be the ministering angels to many of us during our last hours on earth We therefore urge all to give them cheerful and hearty support LAROE CROWD GOING Judging for the sale of tickets a large crowd of people will accompany the Catholic Knights of America on their excursion to Jasper Ind on Sunday August 11 State President Michael Reichert has returned from his two weeks trip to Michigan and Minnesota and the Central Committee will lose no time in perfecting arrangements for one of the most enjoyable excursions that ever left this city Full details and all information will appear herein later STILL AHEAD The item last week announcing the arrival of two little Mulloys in the West End brings forth the information that the Mulloys on the Hill are not behind their down town friends From Babyland there has come to bless the home of Barney Mulloy two bouncing boys and the Newburg road has been run smooth by numbers who called to congratulate the parents Sure there is nothing the matter with the East End which will be forgotten CONTESTED The Democratic Committee has de elated Mike Burke the nominee for the legislature in the Tenth ward but his opponent James OConnor has given notice of contest the only one iu the city The committee Thursday afternoon announced the rules that would govern outdidnoket the time for trial JSMrs Kate Fooses visiting Mrs John Foose in Dayton Ohio Miss Mary Agues Glenn of Frankfort is the guest of Mfss Rena Lee East Main street New Albany Mrs Eugene Applegate and sons Mer hometafter a pleasant visit in New Albany Mrs Edward Parker and children of Birmingham Ala are in New Albany the guests of Mr and Mrs Daniel Walsh Miss Elizabeth Tarpey and cousin Miss Florence Tleasants of Noble Ill left Tuesday toVisit relatives at Vevay Ind lMisses Mayme Harrison and Pearl Harrington left today on a visit to Leba non where they expect to remain until August 1 Ii 0 000 I i I L i DANCING CLUB Col John Whallen and Mrs Whallen left last Sunday night for a ten days stay at Ocean Springs Miss on the Gulf of Mexico c Miss Nellie Brogan left last week for Asheville N CJ where she will remain until August 1 asthe guest of Mrs William Fracis V Mrs Kellar Williamson who has been visiting her sister in Jeffersonville left Thursday afternoon for Buffalo and1 Niagara 1 allsIMack Raidys legion of friends willt1 learn with regret that he is confined t his home suffering from an attack o typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Edward Cowan are ex pected here omorrow from Dayton 0 to visit the Misses ONeil 620 West Breckinridge street rV Miss Katie Mapping left last Wednes day on a trip to SellersburgInd where she will spetfdVher vacation as the guest of Mrs Wallace Jeffries Mrs John J Caffrey and her charmiu sister Miss Ora Brownfield have re turned home after a pleasant stay of two weeks at Dawson Springs Mrs Charles Leuituon and daughter Miss Eunice and Miss Meta Riley are enjoying themselves at the summer re sorts of Wisconsin and Illinois Thomas OLaughlin and family who resided on Meigs avenue in Jefferson ville have gone to Terre Haute where they will make their future home ICharles L Crush and wife and daugh ter Miss Adelaide are members of a merry party that is spending a couple of weeks at the Northern Take resorts We regret to announce the illness of genial John Kenney the well knownI Secondstreet saloon keeper His many friends hope for ills speedy recovery L A F ONeill the New Albany letter carrier left Tuesday for Wisconsin where he will spend his fifteen days I vacation Ills wife accompanied hint Misses Minnie Keegler Mamie Con cannon and Belle Graham three charm ing girls left this week for Frankfort to be the guests of Miss Estella Manford Misses Mary and Virginia Cowan formerly of this city but now of Dayton will arrive tomorrow to spend the rest of the summer with t friends and relativesI here Richard Currau and daughter Miss Irene left last Friday for an extended trip East They will visit Niagara Falls and the PanAmerican Exposition before returning The Paroquet Outing Club have pitched their tents and gone into camp near ShepherdsvilTe The members are entertaining a large number of guests from this city Mr and Mrs William Osborne of Park Place with their children Helen and Willie left July 15 to spend the summer with relatives in Syracuse and Rochester N Y Miss Annie McGlll and Mrs Mary Buckley left Tuesday for New York from which port they sail on Thursday for Europe where they will remain until the latter part of August tMiss Lucy Farrell who has for some weeks been confined to her home in Jeffersonville with yarioloid has entirely recovered and the quarantine placed on the house has Leant raised Among the hajplest of this weeks social events was i he marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Donnelly and John A Nelligan both of whom are well known and popular in tfcejWwt End Misses Lizzie ana Eliza two pretty and popular vowug ladies of the weat find leate ibcUy for Lebanon to I spend their vacation with friends They will return to the city about August 1 Mr and Mrs Thomas J Keyer ofi Memphis well known in this city sailed for Europe last Saturday They will make an extended tour of the conti nent visiting all the prominent Euro pean capitals Miss Kate A Norton who for the past year was the principal at St Williams parochial school and kindergarten left Monday for the PanAmerican Expositio- and Boston where she will visit friends until September The Order of Railway Condutors of New Albany are making arrangements for a picnic to be held at Fern Grove August 22 The proceeds are to be ap plied toward furnishing and maintaining apartments in St Edwards Hospital The Halma Dancing Club a 1 organization of well known young gentle men whose picture appears on this will give another of their delightfuii dances at Fountain Ferry Park next HALMA Harrison Wednesday night The series run until September 18 Edward Coonan one of the most genial of the gentlemen connected with the Illi sofa Central city passenger office at Fourth and Market is now spending his vacation at Niagara Falls and the Pan American Exposition He is expected home the latter part of next week Miss Josephine Pettet of Chicago arrived here Monday for a two weeks visit with Miss Marie Costigan at the residence of Mrs Will Meehau Preston and Breck inridge streets Miss Pettet is a charm sodafi have given Charles Mitchell and bride who was Miss Lizzie Whitehurst of Rowletts Sta tion have returned from Buffalo and Niagara Palls where they spent their honeymoon and are now at home to their friends at 830 East Madison street The groom is the genial boniface at the Farmers H9me Hotel- Announcement has just been made of Englandgand Miss Lillie B Spalding daughter of William R Spalding a prominent merchant of Lebanon The wedding will take place at St Augustines church on Wednesday of next week The lawn fete given last night by the young ladies of Holy Trinity church of New Albany on the grounds attached to the residence of Michael Hackett East Elm and Ninth streets was quite largely attended and all had a most enjoyable evening The social events given by the ladies of that parish are among the most important and successful held over the riverMiss Eddie Meehan arrived last week from Hannibal Mo where she spent the past twelve months visiting relatives and is now at home with her mother Mrs Mary Meehan East Broadway MiJSI Meehau is among the most lovely young women of the Highlands one whose company was much sought after and her numerous admirers are rejoicing over her return =We are pleased to be able to announce that Miss Katie Ansbro the pretty and accomplished little daughter of William i Ansbro 812 Oldham street who has been seriously ill for the past six weeks witb I typhoid fever is now convalescent and expects to be able to be out again within the next ten days This will be welcome news to her host of friends with whom she is a great favorite j Col John Meagher the well known Frankfort distiller spent the first part of the week here and was a welcome visitor to the Kentucky Irish American The generofis hearted Irishman may soon in augurate a movement for the benefit of the young soldier who lost both arms and lone eye while firing a salute some years ago from Arsenal Hill in Frankfort in honor of St Patricks day James E Murphy of Ilutnbolt Tenn a prominent and popular Irishman and member of the Democratic State Com mittee was here for a few days this week Mr Murphy is a native of New York J State but came South while a boy locat ing at Hutnbolt where he has built upt the largest nursery business in Tennessee He has a number of friends in Louisville who are always pleased with his visits APPRECIATED The Catholic Knights of America have awardeda printing contract valued at 5000 to a union office in Cincinnati This order could not have demonstrated its friendship for organized labor in a- more substantial manner Friends of labor will ever be found patronizing jb- union offices and using the label Typographical Journal Pompadour ribbons aa they are called find many uses In one of which the rib butt is put into the material as thought it- were a lace insertion I r- n j THE OULD PLAID SHAWL Not far from old Kinvara in the merry month of May When birds were singing cheerily theye came across my way As if from out the sky above an angel chanced to fall A little Irish cailen in an ould plaid shawl She tripped along right joyously a basket on her arm thne soul of saint would charm Her brown hair rippled oer her brow but greatest charm of all Was her modest blue eyes beaming neath her ould plaid shawl I courteously saluted herGod save you miss says I God save you kindly sir said she and shyly passed me by 1Off went my heart along with her a captive in her thrall Imprisoned in the corner of her oul plaid shawl Enchanted with her beauty rare I gazed in pure delight Till round an angle in the road she vanI ished from my sight And ever since I sighing say as I that scene recall The grace of God about you and you ould plaidshawl Ive heard of highway robbers that toil pistols and with knives Make trembling travelers yield them up their money or their lives But think of me that handed out nt heart and head and all To a simple little caileti in an ould plaid shawl Oh graceful the mantillas that the sig norinas wear And tasteful are the bonnets of Parisian ladies fair But never cloak or hood or robe iin palace bower orhall Clad half such witching beauty as that ould plaid shawl Old some men sigh for riches and some men live for fame And some on historys pages hope to win- a glorious name My aims are not ambitious and my wishes are but small You might wrap them all together in ani ould plaid shawl Ill seek her all through Galway and Ill1 seek her all through Clare Ill search for tale or tidings of my traveler everywhere For peace of mind Ill never find until my own I call That little Irish cailen in her ould plaid FahvIHAPPY UNION Wedding Bells to Ring Merrily Wednes day For Miss Stoic Dacber and Henry Bosse No wedding announcement of the pastt year has created more farreaching social interest in the Eastern part of the city than that of Miss Susie Dacher the love able and accomplished daughter of Mrs Teresa Dacher of Clay anti MadisonI streets and Henry Bosse Jr of the wellI J known undertaking firm of II Bosse Son 522 East Greeu street The wed ding bells will ring merrily at St Mar tins church Wednesday morning when the happy groom and bride proceed to the altar to be united The nuptial mass takes place at 0 oclock with Monsignor Zabler who will perform the marriage ceremony as celebrant The ushers will be Messrs Frank Dascher and Frank Bosse brothers of the bride and groom and the friends of the contracting partie- will throng the church After the ceremony at the church the young couple will be tendered a wedding breakfast and reception at the residence of the brides mother and then they will1 depart on a two weeks honeymoon trip visiting the Buffalo Exposition and the principal Eastern Cities Upon their return they will at once go to housekeeping on East Green street Both are popular young people andI their many excellent qualities have won for them a host of friends who join the Kentucky Irish American in tender ing congratulations with the wish that their journey through life may be one of sunshine and happiness VINCENTIANS Tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock there will be a general meeting of all the con fereuces of the St Vincent de Paul So ciety Of the city at St Francis Hall The proceedings will be very interesting and a large attendance is expected Besides the reports to be made and other matters that will be presented there w111I beaddresses upon the work and future plans of this grandest of all charitable organizations GRAND BAZAR It is understood that the Right RevI Bishop McCloskey has taken the initial steps toward holding a grand bazar dur lag the month of October for the benefit of St Vincents Orphan Asylum This is an institution that deserves a gen ous support from our Catholic and chart I population and the undertaking will meet with hearty approval KNIGHTS AND LADIES We have been informed that Branch 10 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America are contemplating a fete on Father Whites lawn and inviting all the members of the city branches When the Clifton branch does anything it is done in style and the members of the other branches are anxious that the fete e given A material called revering which comes in silk fine lawns batistes and embroidery is one of the very useful trimmings for vests yokes and many other purposes one of which ia the corset Doter u TRAINING CHILDREN To prevent children from being naughty keep them happy and busy To wake them hate the wrong arouse their love for the right Fill their minds with the image which you wish them to copy not that which you wish them to avoid And instead of perpetually trying to re strain and dam up their activity give it an outlet through safe channels Mothers like teachers are in danger of using too many donls They fall into a habit of saying dont for no particular rea son except that of being on the safe side This irritates the child and makes him regard the maternal commands as arbi trary and unreasonable His confidence in his mothers judgment is shaken and frequently he decides for himself and does the thing which he has been told not to do There is really no good rea son why this thing should not be done a fact which the mother recognizes as soon as she stops to consider Perhaps herd sense of justice compels her to overlook the offense Yet the child has disobeyed an expressed command A safe plan is to forbid or command only when it is absolutely necessary Ones influence and power of suggestion may be succes fully exerted in other ways But when a fiat has gone forth it should be irrevoca ble inviolable and unquestionably just- r By this means only can we deserve our childrens confidence 1iSYMPATHY There are few characteristics of our sympathyftogether and from the scattered fragments of our great humanity makes all one Sympathy is the bond that unites many lives so that a thousand hearts throb in the unity of love Men may have different natures like the notes of many instruments some harsh some mellow some soft and gen tle others thundering in their power yet sympathy is the harmony of all as they swell into one great melody without dis sonance or discordant note Yet some men have no true sympathy they are all self They work with others harmoniously so long as they can serve their own ends but when the sunlight of success fades the partnership is dissolved So we find that sympathy is bought with gold and traded with as common mer chandise but in the marts of commerce 1despoiled of all its beauty True sympathy is the divine element in man It demands tenderness sensitiveness even as in the flowers of spring They 1can bend to the cool breath of evening and look upward to the warm midday sun They can bow the head when the showers are falling and put forth their cheerful beauty when the clouds are past KEEPING A HUSBAND It has been said the first year of married life holds the responsibility for the happiness or misery of the coming years because it is the trial time of two whose tastes habits ideas and peculiarities are brought to the test of harmony But no woman ought to surrender her Individ uality even to make peace in the family And she will not be obliged to do so if she has love and tact and patience Many a husband has been led like a little child and has never known that he was bowing becauseIknew how to influence him And just here let it be said that influenc ing in contradiction from governing is the word for that something which makes it possible for a wife to become a com fort power and blessing to her husband The woman who can not influence her husband must be lacking in essential qualities for a good wife or else she must deal with a hopeless case INDIANSsThere are about fifteen hundred Catho lic Indians in Maine They are decend ants of the aborigines converted by the early Jesuits who were here before the Pilgrim fathers and the Puritans landedtThe other Eastern States civilized their Indians off the face of the earth but the Indians of this State were and are well cared for by the church The beloved Bishop Healy advanced their in terests in every possible way and took care that the Indian children were well educated in schools wholly devoted to their use Some of these Indians were at the installation of Bishop OConuell They dress live and conduct themselves like Catholics of European descent Lo the poor Indian iu feathers paint and beads long ago disappeared from Maine Many of the Catholic Indian young ladies speak French play on the piano recite from standard authors and dress In latest fashions WITTY REPLY Father Healy the celebrated Irish wit occasionally patronised a knight of the razor who coupled with a reputation for repartee a marked partiality for the Cruiskeenlawn One fine morning the Soggarth Aroon placed himself in his worthys hands re questing a clean shave Matters went along smoothly until the social barber whose hand was suscept ible to an odd tremor owing to his having lifted the pitcher a little too frequently the night before gave his reverence a gash on the chin Och ochonel ejaculated his rever ence with a twinkle in his kindly eyes but that whisky drinking does make a man shaky True for your reverence responded the witty tonsnial and how tender it leaves the skin ORAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION DIg Four Route Sunday July 28 to points in Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Returning train arrives at Louisville at 1140 pm Extremely low round trip rates as follows RushvUle 1 KnighUtown 1 Anderson 125 Muncie 125 Alexandria 125 Tickets oa sale at city office 218 Fourth avenue and at Seventhstreet depot S J Gofer General Agent rJ v IY IIIrT Jl IPARADISEJ aitith9tilltttittitlshMlMittittitlMfM9titttiittiltt erea rt F II SAMPLE ROOM e ia 5 Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Poole J I M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR atto S Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street ltlttiittiitt Miitittittitiii 1iititilfiitit ITheAcknowledGed cellence Standard of Ex QUICK MealIEvery one sold speaks for itself and one sells another GEHER SON 214 Market near Second RfAGANJS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors end Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI I Anyone sending aketeb and description may hetber aDlurentlonspmbabl7ppantuqlttabIo Communica tions itrlotlr oonOdentliU Handbook on Iatcnu lent tree Oldest agency forsecuring patents Patents taken unntheCo recelri Special notice without charge tn Scientific merino A handsomely Illustrated weekly JafJreetclr culation of any scientist Journal Terms t3 tUHNrCoaeisoaw3 NewYork llranch office 105 f BU Wublnirton D Big Four i The I Buffalo Route 1 a U I 1901- PanAmerican ExpositionBig Four Route in connection with Lake Shore Michigan Southern and New York Oentral RR olTers the flnett equipped train service atfrequent in terrals to Buffalo from Eoath West M E Bails President Warm J Lynch Gent Pass Aft WPDfpplcGPc CincinnAti ptSrJ GATES Gen Agent Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE TO Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA C andMICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DJPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICB No 218 Fourth Ave u r GATUM eMrftl Agent LoulsviH Ky- WARRKN J LYNCH Go P AI WM P DSPPK AGPACINCINNATI O n DrJn WAIT FOR THEM Great Excursion and Outing to Fern Grove on July 29 I A delightful day is in prospect for all who participate with the good peop of Father Yorks congregation in their excursion and outing to Peru Grove on Monday July 29 For several weeks past the people of St Pauls church have been preparing for this event which they assure us will surpass anythin- heretofore nundertaken by them Whe it is remembered that their former outings have proved the most successful and popular leaving this city our readers can form a faint idea of the pleasures in stor for them that day Every detail has been carefully are ranged and besides the pleasure of tb trip games and special features will b e provided for the amusement of youn and old There will be music on th boats and grounds and committees of pretty girls and young gentlemen willI act as a reception committee Refresh ments of all kinds and an elegant dinner will be served on the grounds obvlatin the trouble and expense of preparing basketsFor this excursion there has already been a sale of tickets that insures It success To each there is attached a coupon numbered to correspond with the number of the ticket entitling th purchaser to a chance in the drawing fo e the fine piano offered as a prize Tin- interest manifested in this is greater than ever and many will purchase tickets iin the hope of being the fortunate winner The boats will leave the foot of First street at 830 and 0 oclock in the morn lug and 130 in the afternoon and the Kentucky Irish American predicts that each will be crowded to its utmost capacity with the friends of St Pauls rhurch who come from all parts of the city RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Catherine Sheehy relict of the late John Sheehy takes place this morning at St Patricks She was a highly respected resident of th Twelfth ward residing at 119 Twentiet- street h Three daughters and a son all grown survive her By the death of Mrs James Lynn the congregation of St Cecilias loses another of its oldest and most respected members She was sixtythree years old and resided at 2323 Duncan street A husband and four grown children are left to mourn her loss Her funeral takes place this morning at St Cecilias Mrs Len G Herndon mother of Lamar and Len G Herndon Jr died at an early hour Tuesday morning at the family residence on Fifth street from jj consumption after a prolonged illnessIIj She was the wife of Len G Herndon of the HerndonCarter Company and was a c lady beloved for her many excellent qualities of head and heart and her friends deeply deplore her death Her funeral took place Friday afternoon from j the family residence and the interment was in beautiful Cave Hill cemetery Martin Doyle for many years are spectedresident of New Albany diedC Sunday afternoon at his home on East Fourth street He was born in Ireland sixty years ago but came to this country i while quite young and settling in News Albany where he had long been in thec employ of theMonon railway Recently he suffered an attack of paralysis andc the second stroke Sunday morning proved fatal He leaves a family to mourn his loss Edward Kelly a well known resident of the Twelfth ward was overcome byS the heat at an early hour last Sunday morning About 8 oclock he complained of feeling dizzy and started to the drug store for restoratives Before proceeding the length of the block he fell to the pavement unconscious He was imme diately removed to a private residence t and a physician summoned but died in less than an hour The deceased was fortyfour years of age and resided on Pflanz avenue between Thirtythird and Thirtyfourth The Coroners verdict was death due to heat prostration Last Sunday afternoon the soul of Katie Hpltheide Buckle beloved wife of Robert T Smith Jr and sister of Mrs M J Tierney and Frank J Holtheide was called to its eter nal reward Mrs Smith was a most estimable lady beloved by all who were fortunate enough to make her acquaint ance Her loss is irreparable and she leaves vacancies impossible to fill She was idolized by her fond husband her children and a large circle of friends who deeply mourn her death Preceding the funeral which took place Tuesday morning with solemn requiem high mass at the Sacred Heart church Father Patrick Walsh officiating many called at the family residence 1418 West Chestnut street to extend their sympa 1 thy to the bereaved husband liar re BtaiiM wee tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery the coffin being covered with flowers May her innocent soul ret in peacer l1li RED HOT The Pooliiiff Against tUo LOUT hallwaytFCompanye Central Labor Union Request- e the Reinstatement of Wlll lam Jacobs Discharged Because He Y- ti Democratic Candidate For the Legislature SUPT TOM FUNKS SURPRISING FLO That the workingmen of this city are greatly incensed at the Louisville City n abroglerights of citizenship em ployes was very manifest at last Sundays special meeting of the Central Labor Union which wascalled to consider t was the best course to pursue in regal I to the antiAmerican unpatriotic andI htnagainst certain employes of that soulless corporationThe was presided over by tangeattendance of delegates for a special meeting The meeting was celled at the ane ance against three of the summer gar committf s unanimously voted to withdraw patron age from the three parks at the end of the Seventhstreet line Hammers and Sum organg season employing n in all their departments A communication was read from Manager Sheehan of withstruth that his place was uuion through out The only difference existing be theeorchese would be let go as would any other The prospects are now bright that there will soon be an amicable adjustment olE this difference though unions will be urged to fine their members for patron izing either Summers or Hammers places The case of the discharge of William Jacobs President of the Amalgamated Association of Street Railway Employes was next taken up All the facts went to show that while he had been a Demo cratic candidate for the legislature for the past three months and this was known to the officials for a long time preceding the primary no objections had Messrsh fore the primary when the latter sum moned Jacobs to his office and arbitrarily demanded that he immediately withdraw from the race or resign his position as motorman otherwise he would be dis I charged Jacobs had boen a faithful employe of the company for about twenty years and had not in any manner neglected his duty during the campaign He asked for fortyeight hours time to consider the proper course to pursue but Funk would not listen to this andsaid he must have an answer Sunday morning After consultation with his friends Mr Jacobs notified the Superintendent that it would not be honorable and would give grounds for unjust suspicion were he at the last moment and under the cir cumstances to comply with his unreason qble and unjust request whereupon Tom Funk for years over his head in politics a andemployed by the City Railway Com pany discharged Jacobs whose only = offense was that he aspired to a seat in the Legislature of Kentucky wThej calmly discussed after which resolutions j were adopted appointing a special com mittee to act with a like committee from the Amalgamated Association who were nstructed to call upon President Minary request the reinstatement of the discharged employe It was made plain to all that the man was discharged not be- ause of politics but for the reason that he was President of the railway mens organization and prominent in the labor movementThe above mentioned held conference with President Minary j Monday afternoon and presented their case in a respectful manner President tlfnary listened to the statement as did also Superintendent Funk who was to present The latter admitted that the alleged rule he based his action upon las never been published or posted any where He equivocated and beat around the bush for some time but never once denied that the only reason for his con temptible act was Jacobs candidacy and when cornered declared he would resignM before the man he wronged reinstated The committee called Presi dent Minarys attention to the many violations of the existing agreement which have been submitted to without complaint but nothing that was said could influence him to order the reinstatement of Jacobs The conference was conducted in a friendly spirit without demand or threat and after a session of about an hour ended without any agree meat having been reached This whole question is one of vital importance to not only the workingmen- but all classes of citizens because this be action of Tom Funk threatens thee liberties and rights of all There is every probability that the general public will soon unite in warning Minary and Funk that they will not tolerate such nfringuients upon their rights The people should sow apply the unwritten as wen M written law M dose this great corporation It may be interring to know that the ratraiae in aakriec of employee n I CI II- O IRISH SOCIETY DlRECJORYYii- A o H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording CusicsTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month MeehanasVice PresidentThomas Camfield MooneyFinancial y 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran 4P Wednesday Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Gilles pieFinancial rMcGinnAssistantpave Reijly Treasurer Harry Brady R80NVILLRI1 TuesdayIReillyPresidentRobert Vise President D At Coll Recording Secretary +John J Devltt Financial SecretaryVrankHogan TreasurerMichael Kinney IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian huh First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin i TarperSecond FlynnFinancialTreasurerThomas KeenanIKenneySentinelTimothy RIVERVIEW PARK t I POPULAR PLEASURE RESORT Now open for picnics outings partiesThisspot in Louisville Free con everySundaydancing during the week No Improper Characters Allowed KENWOODTAKE POPULAR FAMILY GARDEN j Place Where You Oct Semethlig Good to Eat Pine Wines and Liquors Foreign and Domestic Cigars Special attention given orders for private parties and meals servedat reasonable prices Tel 3025a CHAS SCHUCK Proprietors PHffNIX HILL PARK 14NOWNow Is the Time to Secure Dates For Picnics Outings is Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or societies should consult the manger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts r which was heralded in the daily papers such praise for the company was a big fake as it applied only to those who of companyfor haveIin gate payroll without any material difference Among the COO employes on the street cars here there are but few men belonging to Louisville it having for years been Funks policy to give rasa from the country and mountains the preference who when they became identified with the union were discharged The working people should immediately formulate plans for the inauguration of an effective movement for the placing of vestibules and conductors upon all cars and carry the fight are the bitter end This might in a measure bring the stockholders to a realization of the manner in which Tom st Funk treats the employes NEW PHOTOORAPrilC STUDIO Al Bachman and Pete Sutterlin will a photograph gallery at 134 West arket street on August 1 They will be equipped to supply all of the latest crea lions in the photographers art and guarantee their friends and patrons good work and pleasant treatment PUTS THEM OUT To expel mosquitoes take of gum camphor a piece about onethird the size ofa hens egg and evaporate by placing- it in a tin vessel and h lding it over a lamp taking care that ij does not Ignite j The smoke will soon till the room andfl expel the mosquitoes and not one will found In the room the next morning though the windows should be left open at night are FRENCH LICK fWWS MONON ROUTE The greatest mineral waters on earth Pine accomaodatlou Mid excellent fare Natures awn antidote fir stomach liver and kidney troubles AunphleU free by addreMiug A DPAJioDOl- tJ te n Ioyitvillt 1 YMKOWNCONWAY Pretty Marriage Ceremony at St Patricks Church Wednesday On Wednesday morning July 17 a beautiful wedding was solemnized at St Patricks church when Miss Mary Kown and Mr John Joseph Conroy w united in marriage by the Right Rev Monsignor Thomas F Gambon TI bride looked very pretty attired in a particularly handsome gown of white French batiste richly trimmed in lace She wore the conveutianal bridal veil and carried bride roses Miss Rose Riley ybrotherMiss McKown although a resident of this city but a few years has a wide circle of friends with whom she is popular Mr Conroy has been in the employ ofsthe Belknap Company for some time and is a most estimable young man After the nuptial mass the right rever coupletncongratulatione ceremony at the church a reception was held at the homo of the grooms mother after which Mr and Mrs Conroy left the city for a short trip Upon their return they will go to housekeeping MOONLIGHT Trinity Council V M I at its meet ing this week decided to give a moonlight excursion for its friends during th month of August This will indeed be social event that will interest large a bers of young people- FASHIONS FOIBLES I Silk tassels have a part in the finish of the latest gowns Hats neck ruffles and parasols to match arc in order for the uptodate woman Yes you can use your jet hat crowns this season Some of the prettiest hat s have crowns of jet Some years ago black muslins were worn but now they have come back iin the old time patterns and most elabo rately inset with black lace insertions Coats and pelerines of unlined taffeta are one feature in the creation of summer wraps They are made In colors as well1 as in black and the color of the garment mixedHomespun tweed duck and linen are the fashionable materials for the summer golf suit and shoes of pigskin are recom mended for golf wear as they are said to be more durable Elbow sleeves are a great feature of tin- thin gowns and a very practical idea i to have a detachable under sleeve of a washable fabric in white so it can be l worn or not as you like White kid and biste gloves which was like a rag are one of the comforts in summer attire With these we have the nicest most shapely silk gloves whic are durable if not cheap The long coat of gray taffeta tucked down a little below the waist line to give is especially attractive finished around the edge with a shaped band covered with rows of white stitching Very few of the parasols are lined ae few in comparison but the ribs nr usually covered Some of the embroidered parasols are finished with a ruche of chiffon at the edge Others have a plaited frill Coats with a basque cut like a habit bodice in the back are said to be comingit again for linen dresses the fact that they appear in any form shows something of the direction in which we may look for modes later on Wiesfth and bowknot designs of lace are used quite as much as ever especially- In the muslin frocks so much worn this year Lace insertion outlined with nar ow belt velvet ribbon tied in short bow knots two inches apart all around makes another pretty way of using the ribbonfl Persian patterned foulards appear occasl sionally as trimmings on foulard gowns white patterned with one other color and Persian embroideries form the vest other foulard costumes but this is a fancy which must be very carefully managed or the result will be bizarre in the extremeOne thing which is very noticeable among the very latest summer gowns is the girdle belt It is wide and round which seems to portend the downfall of the straight fronted corset Many of these new belts are made of cloth usually white and are worn with the thinnest muslin gowns White parasols with black applique lace are very attractive and then there l white silk parasols with flowered stripes A rather flat large parasol of white silk with a several times hem roitchedothers are tucked in groups with lace insertion between Black tucked mull is used to face the bebrims of some of the white hats trimmed lavishly with white roses Shirred pink chiffon is also a pretty facing for a white bat trimmed with white roses Pink sari red geraniums are very popular flowers of also poppies and cornflowers and as for to fancy quills they are used in every way imaginableThe with a double brim is one of the most distinctive novelties It is treated in various ways with or without lowers between the edges but always with the tuck of black velvet in some form usually in a bow falling on the hair at the back with a profusion of owers also at the back and nearly forming half of the hat fuLoopsa special feature of trimming but thethere are many ways of using velvet rib thebon in latticed and crossed designs One black crinoline bat with a wide brim has bands of black velvet ribbon around the sown tied in a hanging bow at the bckdeand the lowers are plink roe Arranged nearly on the edge of the brim slightlytress J o edge and requires two collar bottons It fastensnot only at the neck but in the center of the collar where one end finishes In a point hemstitched all around The collar is of plain linen launderedand the point is finished nfte the style of so many soft stocks It i s quite attractive Shirt waist hats and hats which are tailormade show a greater variety than before ascs bee recoming Spotted silk quills and wings thelatest and smartest trimming so jt i said for this hat is grass green berege veiling of the oldfashioned kind twisted around the crown One of the prettiest of simple stocks iis of tucked lawn with a little turnover at the top and wide ends bound with white cotton a tiny black dot on white The effect of the black in the edge is good and the shape is better The turnover shaped in a point in the middle of the front and the tie ends slanting instead of rounding as many ties do These stocks cost thirtyeight cents each Unlined stocks are very much favored this season and stiff linen collars and chokers seem to have disappearedalto gather particularly for the thin waists Many pretty thin stocks are made of chiffon stripedaround with rows of satin or velvet ribbon White ribbon with a row of narrow gold braid sewn on one edge is very effective and little bands of silk feather bows caught underneath hold the collar Iin place The triple bell skirt is once more in theeflouncesaJ color says the New York Sun These shaped flounces must fit closely however with no fullness save the flare at the bottom skirt The goods woven with a selvage border are hardly practicable for such skirts on account of the difficulty iin shaping the flounces LOGIC Tom said a father to his son whose schoolreport showed him to have been an idle young scamp what have you been studying this term Logic father replied Tom I can prove you are not here now Indeed I How so Well you must be either at Rome or elsewhere CertainlyYou at Rome No Then you must be elsewhere Just so And if you are elsewhere you clearly cant be here caneeacrossaDont cried Tom You are hurt ing me provedIconclusively that I am not here so I cant be hurting youJi donehwith him Tom felt that there must be logicISHE BIT HER TONGUE A small girl of three years suddenly burst out crying at the dinner table whateOh whined Lily my teeth stepped on my tongue USEFUL TO WOMEN Add a tablespoouful of borax to a pan hot soapsuds put your table silver in and let it stand two hours Rinse in clean water and polish carefully with a soft cloth or chamois Venison birds etc are good for invalids if the game is young and tender hung the required period and properly cooked Turkey and chicken should be N carefully given the breast is the best portion for invalids A fowl is not tender unless the skin is yellow The pores om which the feathers are picked be visible and the breast bone be pliableBoil N two quarts of potatoes in theit skins Let them get perfectly cold peel and grate them Mix with two beaten eggs a teaspoonful of butter salt und pepper to taste four soda biscuits rolled and sifted a teaspoonful of mined ley and flour enough to form a parsII Form into balls size of walnuts drop boiling salted water and cook ten minutesCold hardboiled eggs that are leftover may be served in a variety of ways They may be used as garnishes the yolk may be powdered the white chopped fine and both mixed with a drawn butter- or white sauce for fish etc or they maybe served as a salad with French or Mayonnaise dressing Sliced and scalloped with parsley or cheese and maqca ni they make a delicious dish From now on tomatoes are best eaten raw If it is liked to stew the vegetable occasionally as a way of using what may left over from this service tomato croquettes can be made To a pint of stewed tomatoes add a thin slice of onion two or three cloves and a good seasoning salt and pepper and unless objected abont a tablespoonful of sugar Heat through in a saucepan and thicken with two tablespoons of corn starch rubbed smooth in a bit of butter Stir this in addingan egg just before taking off the stove When the mixture has cooled mold in croquette form and fry The refrigerator should be cleaned thoroughly at least once a week to be kept sweet and clean The shelves Ehotl of aqua ammonia has been adder wipe thoroughly with a cloth and set in sun to dry Next the ice department walls and bottom of the refrigerator- are thoroughly washed wiped and dried Then a wire rod run down the water pipe and some of the smmoaia water poured Into Uand last the water pan underneath should be well washed and palbackettberefrigeratotabouIdbe 1 t- tI fl r Ni i i+ f NEW TREBINGS ProsAmericas sad European PI 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LoKlBVllle Kyv PRANK J RKKD General PMfkinger Age t C H ROCKWELL traIN llpagor W tlj McPQEJf f Prcdrtent and General Unc r Uti 11 11 n n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekBeneral- News Notes Division 4 meets Wednesday evening President Henuessy would like to see all his men there- Everybody seems greatly pleasedwith the new ball and all praise the Hall Board for its good taste in selecting the furnishingsThe hall owes much of its beauty to Electrician John Cronan whose artistic arrangement of the electric ights delights all who have inspected it Division 7 of Pawtucket R I contrib uted ISO to the building fund of the new Catholic church at Sandwich Mass of which Rev P F McKenna chaplain of the division is pastor Division 3 of Providence is considering the question of assisting two ecclesiastical students who by the death of a kind ben efactor have been deprived of the means of continuing their studies Division 3 secured desirable member in Thomas Quinn the popular Portland avenue barber Tom is a well known young Irishman and it is expected of him to secure the applications of a large number of his friends The plans formulated by the National Boardwhereby the order in America will affiliate with the branches in Great Brit ain Australia and other British provinces will not become effective until after the national convention next year The Ladies Auxiliary of Denver in stalled officers Wednesday evening when a general reunion of the order took place A musical and literary programme of merit was presented with the usual pleasant time that accompanies their receptionsDivision 3 at its special meeting Mon day night elected three new members Messrs William W Lawler Pat McKeu zie and Thomas Quinn They will be initiated Tuesday evening at Hibernian Hall There are many other applications pending for this division Division 7 of Syracuse will give a picnic next Thursday and an interesting and amusing feature will be a fortyyards dash open to all members of the ladies auxiliaries There will be foot and hur dIe races open to all Hibernians and valuable prizes will be given the winners of the events Before embarking on their union ex cursion the Hibernians Providence will have a street parade headed by the Hi bernian Rifles and Hibernian Knights followed by six divisions of the order Included in the lists of sports will be a tugofwar between the Rifles and Knights jumping and dancing contests climbing greasy pole etc The Visitor says preparations are under way for the formation of a new division In South Providence Already a goodly number of names has been secured The work is in charge of a prominent ex officer of one of the local divisions and before long a flourishing division will be struggling for the banner list which has recently been won by Division 14 A pleasing feature of the last meeting of Division 14 of Providence was the presentation of a beautiful silver mounted rosewood gavel to retiring President Robert Carroll during whose term of office the division since formation has made such wonderful progress attaining in its first year of life the largest memo bership in the city leaving in the rear divisions that can boast a silver jubilee Many are anxiously awaiting the an nonncement of the usual yearly Hiber nian celebration There are many reasons to believe that a celebration in the near future would be a great success The County Board and the Hall Board will doubtless settle this question in due time and we believe their action will be heartily supported by the IrishAmerican people They will arrange for one of unusual interest All those who have recently peen elected to membership are requested to be present at the meeting of Division 1 next Tuesday night when the first and second degrees will be conferred Thurs day night at the meeting of Division 2 the third and fourth degress will be con ferred upon all present and the degree teams expect a large attendance both nights The degree teams are very pro ficient in the exemplification of their work which is generally conceded to be more interesting than that of any other fraternal organization FOR LABOR DAY Wllllarrs D Mahon Invited to Deliver Principal AddressI r The regular weekly meeting of the Labor Day Committee of the Central Labor Union was held at Becks Hall last Tuesday night when it was decided to have a monster parade in which all unions will be invited to take part This year the industrial feature will be elimi nated because of the great trouble and expense attached thereto William D Mahou National President of the Amal gamated Association of Street Railway I Employes has been invited to be the orator of the day and aslie is an ela quent aud a forcible speaker a strong effort will be made to have him accept All the committees are making satis factory progress DOWN TO WORK I One of the largest congregational meetings ever held at St Patricks took place Monday night in the school hall when it was unanimously decided to have an outing at Fern Grove oa Mon day August 19 Committeesr were ap- epoIntedaoctaooceat down to work They have charteredall the boats for that day whoa there will fee general turuOIItff the entire West 9od Up Stairs Over BaglUh Woolen nilU Store One Door West ol the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Elegant Gold and porctlaln Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS Ar BRORING D D S PROPRIETOR LOUISVILLE INVENTION John J Tullys Latest Contri bution For Health and Comfort John J Tully the old life saver of this city has recently obtained a patent on a little invention that will prove a boon and comfort to the housewife as well as con ducive to the general health of the fam ily Mr Tullys invention is a hand knitted laundry bag made of cord and it ranges in size from 18x48 inches for collars and culTs to 24x48 inches for the family laundry It is an absolute neces L city for the family going away from home for the summer as soiled linen may be placed in the bag put of the way sent to the laundry and returned clean in the bag jV Dr William B Doherty of this city recommends the bag highly because of its sanitary advantages He says Soiled linen should never be put into a closed receptacle nor stuffed away in dark places Dirt absence of sunlight and dampness produce the microbes that cause nearly all diseases The use of this airy netted bag is valuable in preventing disease and no good clean housekeeper can afford to be without one or more of them The bag is also strongly in dorsed by Health Officer M K Allen and Dr George W Griffiths Mr Tully makes these bags himself by hand and they are handsome and neat and as lasting as the handmade ham mocks for which Mr Tully is famous The prices are exceedingly low OAEL FOR JULY The July Gael reached our table only this week butits excellent contents made amends for the delay Its pages are bright and full of excellent reading mat ter interesting articles appearing from such well known writers as Charles J OMalley formerly of this city Mary Gorges Rev Father Dollard John J Reynolds Sarah Blennerhassett and others In the Gaelic pages are many splendid contributions and this firstclass Irish magazine contains illustrations that alone are worth much more than its price which is only a dollar per year PICNIC AND EXCURSION The Employes of the Coudcr Journal Job Printing Company will give their Second Annual Picnic and Excursion to Fern Grove Saturday August 10th The Steamer Columbia leaves toot of First street at 9 a m and 2 Rm Two bands of music and plenty of refreshments will be on baud Tickets 25 cents I children under 12 years of Jiga tree Nothing but the heat Of order prevailfc W TO CNlCARAND RETURN 8 MONON ROUTE The Monbn Roue will sell tickets from Louisville to Chic go and return on ac count of the B VP U Convention on July 24 25 and26T at 8 They wilt be good returning ui till July 30 and on payment of fifty tents at Chicago the limit will be extended to August 24 call for tickets via Louisville and Monon Route See the mi daylight trains just inaugurated TJe largest andflnestc- oaches ever brit Trains leave Louis vine at 730 aID d820pnr White pitt Htl ft are iu great de mud this olllidJittfperhap the- mbatfaahlowble otHLfaoiHn frocks or 01 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The people of Balleukillen Bagnals town intended to make a presentation to Rev P Keenan on his removal to Lug gacurren parish but the rules of the diocese did not permit It The lion Moira OBrien daughter of Lady Inchiquin sister to Lord Incbiquiu of Dromoland Castle is to be married in London to Sir Frederick Hervey Bath urst Bart Grenadier Guards At the Convent of Mercy Westport the diamond jubilee of Rev Mother Paul cousin to the late Cardinal Cullen was celebrated it being the sixtieth year of her religious profession The death of Peter Hoey Tinode occurred lately at the ago of seventysever years deeply mourned by his family and by friends in Ireland and the Unite States The funeral was very numeronsly at tendedAt a recent meeting of the Slane branch of the Gaelic League the following resolution was adopted unanimously That we assure the Gaelic Leagued our support in their struggle with the intermediate board to obtain justice for the national language Thomas Byrne died suddenly at Cm nagha near Ballon After taking his breakfast be commenced to work as usual After a short time he was seen falling by his employer who did every thing to restore animation but the poor man expired in a few minutes- P J McGorry presided at a meeting of the members of the Maudabawn Branch of the United Irish League A great number of new members were enrolled P Clark Sr proposed a resolution call ing upon all in thedistrict and surround ing districts to rally round the flag of the United Irish League Rev Michael Higgins pastor Castle townroche was the recipient of an ad dress from the people of Queenstown and Great Island among whom he spent eighteen years as curate and adminis trator and left recently on his promotion to be parish priest amidst universal ex pressions of deep regret The death of Rev John Mintern St Finbarra West Cork City occurred at the Presbytery The deceased was in his usual good health up to the Mopday previous when he was stricken down by an attack of double pneumonia Rather Mintern was for many years attached to the parish of St Finbarrs West The Cork Industrial Exhibition to be held next year is meeting with generous and general support from the people of Ireland The site selected is the Mat dyke and will have an area of twelve acres which gill include probably the cricket field and the shrubbery It is estimated that about 120000 will be spent on buildings of principal import ance The death of Owen Duffy father of the Rural District Councillor for Lisnaveane took place recently at Monniell Rock carry at the age of eightyeight The deceasedwho had been ailing for three months bore a painful illness with Chris tian patience The deceased was a native of the parish of Aughnamulleu East but had resided at Monniell for over fifty three years Most Rev Dr Walsh the Archbishop of Dublin has resigned his position as member of the National Board No reason is giveu for this step but it is surmised that it is due to some recent developments and controversies in con nection with the board The announce ment will cause surprise and pain to Catholics and Catholic teachers whose cause he espoused while a member of the boardA of the Belfast Executive of the United Irish League was held lately in the United National Club Berry street The President Joseph Devlin occupied the chair The Chairman referred to the scenes of disorder made by Orange ruffians lately in the city after which this resolution was adopted on the motion of Thomas Maguire seconded by Hugh Byrne That we thank John Redmond M P find other members of the Irish Parliamentary party for the prompt manner in which they interested themselves in the House of Commons on behalf of the Catholics of Belfast espe cially Mr Redmond on his masterly speech in which he exposed the wanton and unprovoked attacks made on the Catholic procession and on Catholic workers GRATEFUL TO FRIENDS John Kelly who made such a fine race for the nomination for the Legislature in the Eleventh and Twelfth wards has gracefullyaccepted his defeat Mr Kelly wishes to express his gratitude to his friends for their generous support Had he entered the contest soon rhls nomination would have been certain bu- tashe has always been a true Democrat he declined to contest and win work for the success of the entire ticket KNIGHTS OP REST The Knights of Rest this weekwent Into camp for the summer on the banks of the Ohio river near Paddys ruu The visiting days will be the same as informer years Sundays and Wednesdays when their friends will receive royal treatment and enjoy a jolly days outing Among the big days of the year will be the Wednesday set aside in honor of Frank and John Walters the Claystreet brewers The new yet old mode of arranging the hair low on the neck is gradually gaining favor especially among young women First there is the soft puff all round the head the knot a little below the center of the back of the head and the little bunch of carte which fall from the center Of the knot In stoat instances bo doubt the curia will be purchased and pinned jn to the fashion Is a good one for the hair deelers 11 CJff tt 4 How Are Your Teeth 00 U toUI Louisville ll Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors C44 FOURrII ST I u IfUIIDIfuDUI 1 Dl r IftKDINuDD1 I GranW Smiths Sons I Funeral Directors I And Embalmers i s i IEmb8lmerlI= TELEPHONE 810 I- IUDftIIftIIftDnDftDi 1 I IUIIDID2IUftDID= Oor7reepinq7Hf PEST is THE CHEIIPES- rPenmtlllJfIIl m- VhorThan7 o Tygeufrtfiny TWe9ra 7ty m Hfalo9uc1 igville ky 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 FRflNK FfflR INCORPORATB1D BREWING 60 1 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE ICY JOH3V J35t FRANK J WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER1 TELEPHONE 40 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS LIVE RY AND BOARDINGSTABLE 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST 1 428 AND 430 BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY