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IRISH I1 I VOLUMF VIINO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS PHENOMENAL n Was the Knights Templar Tri ennial Conclave Hold In This City Illuminations and Decorations the Most Brilliant Ever Soon k The Letter Carriers and Press Headquarters Visited by Thousands GRAND PARADE AND PRIZE DRILL I The trienial conclave of the Knights Templar of the United States held in this city during the past week was more thau a surprise to everybody con cerned not only in the immediate vicin ity of Louisville but also to the people of adjoining States The Knights be gan arriving last Saturday and train after train on all roads continued to bring visitors from California to Maine and from the Lakes to the Gulf until a late hour Monday evening The various committees had with great executive ability perfected all arrange ments for the accommodation of the great gathering and citizens and visitors ape preciate the fact judging by the expres sinus heard upon all sides Too much praise can not be bestowed upon those who mapped out the programme Our police force too was most efficient and the splendid manner in which the enormous crowds were handled was a pleas ant surprise to the representatives of the police departments of the largest cities in the country The illumination with electric lights and designs flashing everywhere ex ceeded anything ever seen in this city and indeed most anywhere not only for its proportions but for the taste and in genuity displayed The gems were the arch at Fourth and Broadway the Court of Honor the Maltese cross with cross and crown in the center at the City Hall the cross and crown at the Courthouse the mounted Knight in armor at the Louisville Nashville office Maltese cross with cross and crown in center and mounted Knight in armor at the Courier Journal the shield and cross at Courier Journal Job Printing Company the Maltese cross and changing lights at the Commercial and the flag at the Union National Bank The headquarters of the Grand Com mandery of Kentucky were located in the Custom House where itcontinuous reception was held This and the magnificent arch at Fourth and Broadway were the places most sought by visitors The brilliancy of these receptions the number of beautiful women and the hospitable treatment bestowed upon all alike eclipsed anything ever before witnessed in the South Two places never to be forgotten by the visitors were the press headquarters in Music Hall where Col Tom Gilmore and Messrs Hughes and Owsley who have done herculean work during the + past three months dispensed hospitality to the visiting newspaper men witn a lavish hand They kept open house day and night during the entire week and every newspaper man in the country is now singing their praises The headquarters of the Louisville letter carriers were on Market street opposite Bacons presided over by Messrs R A Daniels John S Emmons James M Cornwall John Barbero Fred Eschner Charles W Huber William K Augustus William M Smith and Phil McGovern assisted by many other members of the force when off duty A jollier set never before gathered together in Louisville each having the faculty ol making himself hail fellow well met and it is seldom that so cordial a reception iis experienced even in Kentucky as was tendered by them to all callers They certainlyare entitled to more praise than can be given in this short article Louisville should be proud of her letter carriers as well as policemen- It is almost impossible to describe the grandeur of the parade which took place Tuesday For three hours the plumed Knights marched in solid phalanx through the principal streets with nearly one hundred bands playing soulstir ing music Fully fifteen thousand people assembled at Churchill Downs to wit ness the Templar prize drill which was participated in by the crack command cries of the country Denver won the first prize Chicago second San Fran cisco third and fifth and Cincinnati fourthThe balls at the Horse Show building were largely attended as were also the afternoon and evening excursions up the riverNow that the Knights have departed it is but jut to say that the number olt a visitors was Hot so large as expected interested and determined were the people of Louisville for the comfort of bet guests that there were ample accotnoda tions for at lfeast another hundred thou s and Louisville and Kentucky bvscored snottier proud victory FATHER KeNNeY Her Father Kenny recently ap pointed assistant to Rev Father Kelly ot Holy Trinity church New Albanyr arrived kayo Saturday and entered npoi r j AVENUE LEADING TO GkFHSEMANI ABBEY I f IJ- t u t t t t t t tt t t +t t t t t H Htt Ht HH H H++ H t t t tit it ++ 1 I it it U tttt t H it ill yuaau I rd oo i bisa r p i1 t 1 tL 1 II riiIq 1 w J 4JJ his duties immediately Father Kelly has long been in need of on assistant to aid him in the great work he has been doing for his flock and the parishioners were pleased with the appointment of Father Kenney who for some time past had been stationed at St Francis Xaviers Cathedral at Vincennes SPLENDID PROGRESS Made by St Cecilias Congre Ration in the West End Many of our readers who remember St Cecilias church of only a few years ago located in the commons surrounded I by ponds and marshes with a few houses I congregationiI some Sunday afternoon The church pastoral residence and grounds are now I among the most beautiful in the city streets and alleys are made with street cars passing within a square the ponds I andIfamilies two priests being necessary to j massesIlone Sister in a corner of the basement now has nearly 200 scholars with five I I teachers occupying the entire basement and a new school house and more room and an additional teacher must be provided for the coming session I In societies St Cecilias outranks most of the other churches having the Catho IUc Kai his Catholic Knights and Ladies Sacred Heart St Vincent de Paul AltarI Society St Josephs Aid Sodalities of I I young ladies boys and girls and Mackin Council YM I which has grown tooi I I large to meet at the church but has the I largest and finest quarters in the city on II StreetI to the front and all are longing for what they sorely needa new and larger church for which they have a most beautiful loca the of andtion corner Twentyfifth St Cecilia streets PROMOTED I Charley Meehan for sOme years past I knownIbeen promoted to the chief clerkship since moving into the new and commodi overSthis deserved recognition of his ability and integrity AKA ZD The many friends of Mrs Tony Mon tedonico will regret to tears that she suffered a severe stroke of paralysis ths WJe1c which resulftd IBi her death Fri tty Morning At this wrhlsg the funeral completedThewtaewwahu g i huwide circle of friend n x 0 DOWN TO WORK Another Splendid Meeting Adds Interest to Orphans Bazar JExrqutlvo Committee Reports Progress Through Chairman Feely The Donations May Be Interchanged Between the Booths ALL THE CHURCHES TAKING PART The third general meeting of the gen tlemen and committees interested in the coming big bazar for the orphans of St Vincents Asylum was held at St Francis Hall last Sunday night with President Edward J OBrien in the chair and fifteen of the twentyone English speaking churches represented All those taking part in this important undertaking are prominent in their parishes and the en thusiasm manifested would seem to assure the new home which our Right Reverend Bishop has undertaken to provide for the unfortunate little ones The presence of Rev Fathers Walsh Rock White Raffo and Monsignor Bouchet and their encouraging remarks also had an inspiring effect and it is expected that all representatives who were absent wilt attend the next meeting The recog nition accorded the Kentucky Irish American for its complete and correct report of the preceding meeting was very gratifying to the friends of this paper Promptly at 8 oclock President OBrien ascended to the chair and called upon Monsignor Bouchet to open the proceed ings with prayer Next the minutes prepared by Secretary Doyle were read and found correct Chairman Feely of the Executive Committee reported that all the subcommittees a list of which appeared in these columns last week stood as first named He also stated tat the purpose and principal object of the general meet ings was to kep alive interest in the bazar as well as to hear reports from the different committees Several matters of detail were discussed at some length during which a number of valuable sug gestions were thrown out that will re ceive careful consideration The Press Comuittee reported program having not had sufficient time to formulate all iitt plans The members of thin committee are wide awake gentlemen who know waft the value ol printer ink and they I rn a 9 can be depended upon for their share of the work Chairman Bernard Kava naugh has determined this shall be the best advertised bazar ever held by the Catholics of Louisville and Chairman Feely knew what he was about when he made so judicious a selection as Mr Kavanaugh is one of our best known newspaper men and a firstclass writer A matter that has heretofore been a source of some annoyance and bickering at many bazars was the disposition of donations For instance many articles are given those in charge of the booths suited only for the dining room while others representing the dining tables re celve such as are only possible of disposi tion at the booths A happy solution was arrived at by an agreement by which all articles tendered shall be interchange able whereby each will receive due credit for everything that is disposed of Upon motion it was decided that the Executive Committee meet next Sunday evening at 730 oclock at St Francis Hall to discuss more fully and deter mine the duties of the various commit tees already named and the appoint ment of any others that may be deemed necessary which will be reported at the next general meeting The session was fruitful of good re sults and all interested in this grand Catholic enterprise are asked to attend the next general meeting which takes place at St Francis Hall on Sunday night September 8 HIS LAST DAY Haager Succeeded by Major Gunther as Chief of Police The resignation of Col Jake Haager as Chief of Police which was tendered the Board of Safety some weeks ago be comes effective tonight The reputation made by Col Haager during his connec tion with the Louisville police depart mentis one of which he may well feel proud No city in the United States possesses a more effective force as was demonstrated during the past week and for this high standing the retiring chief is largely responsible The Board of Safety will make Major Sebastian Gunther now Night Chief his successor std Capt Andrew Krakel wilt b appointed Night Chief Both are officers of long experience and with splendid records and their friends are rejoiced over the recognition of their faithful services There has been some newspaper talk to the effect that Mayor Weaver would not administer the oath to them but it iis not likely abet sock will be his course The fforegoing appoint meats will neceaattate a jjiunber of other will and eve not yet been ptoaaotioaafJieb re tirec with the reaped l f the people 0 sue DISGUSTING Duke of Maryboroughs Recent Great Unionist Orgie at Blenheim Chamberlain and Balfour Have Aroused the People to Indignation All Europe Looks Upon England With Unfriendly Eyes JIBE AND JEST ABOUT THE WAR The great Unionist orgie at Blenheim under the auspices of the Duke of Marl borough was in truth a disgusting dis play says the Dublin Freeman With the shadow of war dark and heavy on the land and thousands and tens of thousands of homes in mourning for the fallen the authors of all those horrors gaily assemble at a great junketing to exult in the performance Our noble selves was the topic to which the speeches of Balfour and Chamberlain were devoted The victory at the polls gained by the false pretense that the war was over afforded Balfour the same sort of exultation which we may fancy is felt by the confidence trick man when his dupes have been induced to part In both cases the confidence has been se cured by false pretenses When Joseph Balfour speaks so jauntily of the con tinued confidence of the constituencies he ignores the trick by which that con tinued confidence was secured he ignores the indignation which the shame ful trick has excited among its dupes They voted for a ministery which proclaimed they had ended the war which still drags its slow length along with no sign or prospect of ending Chamberlains speech as might be ex pected was more audacious and more astounding than Balfours By implica tion if not directly he bragged of th war as his handiwork He still jauntily sported that feather in his cap for the world to admire He mouthed fine sen tences about courage and patriotism re membering that while the men in front took the hardships danger and death the pleasure and the profit was for him He to revolved that profit while it teats shall not be shared by a fre u exodus of Liberal renegade How those rats love gone another Chamberlain was mot bitter of alt in his attacks on the party of Lord Roeeberry of the Liberal Imperial iata with aa Lord Roaeberrjt had spec e ially provided the Imperialist inI brackets The cuckoo in the swallows nest desires no more cuckoos for company First come first served is the motto As pioneer Liberal renegade in the camp be insists on monopoly of the good things he found here This we might have expected The vision of the Liberal Imperialists with a bracket that they would be warmly welcomed in the Unionist camp has been once and for all rudely repelled At present Chamberlain complains there is not enough of good things to go round It is the lack of places not claimants he objects to He could fill up as many more tomorrow from his own family relations But most disgusting of all was Chamberlains references to the brutal war He regarded it as a subject for jest and jibe which earned shouts of laughter from his aristocratic audience The fumes of the champagne seemed to have banished from their minds the horrible tragedies that have been perpetrated in South Africa the untold wealth that it has already cost the untold suffering it has entailed All Europe Chamberlain confessed looked on with unfriendly eyes But he found a consolation in the patriotism at five shillings a day of the riffraff of Australia and Canada It is almost incredible the tone that its author assumes in speaking of the war He finds glory where there is nothing but suffering shame and disgrace And the fact that the whole British army of a quartar of a million strong has not yet been subdued by a handful of Boer farm ers is exalted as a limitless triumph for the Umpire on which the sun never sets These callous and insolent platitudes would be intolerable but for the fact that the reaction is sure to come and the man who now exults in the savageries he has inaugurated when the people awaken at last to a knowledge of the horrible loss he has brought on them in wealth honor and human life will be the mos tloathed creature in the Empire which he has betrayed RAIN RAIN- IrishAmerican Reunion and Picnic Will Yet Take Place The grand reunion and picnic under Soe ciety scheduled to take place at River view Park last Monday was again interfered with by the inclement weather The society will therefore select another date at its next meeting which takes place Thursday night and will carry out its entire programme This add time will give the committees more jjVpor tunity to make the occasion one of great pleasure for our people who will then doubtless turn oat in large numbers That the weather was bad was unfortu nate but not altogether dlaaMrou All ticket sold wtli be good for the affair o u P YIMIIII Board of Grand Directors Hold I an Important Meeting Sunday Louisville Selected For the Bi ennial Convention Next August Several Southern State Detach ed From the Kentucky Jurisdiction r SECRETARIES MAKE PINE REPORTS Last Sunday afternoon at the Willard Hotel the Board of Grand Directors of the Kentucky Jurisdiction of the Young Mens Institute held the most successful and promising meeting that has occurred for several years The Kentucky jurisdiction includes nearly all the Southern States and is an important factor in this great Catholic young mens organization which has almost attained the highestt rank among the fraternal and social organizations of this country Chairman Harry R Swann Jr of this city pre sided over the business meeting which was attended by Grand Secretary George J Lautz and John J Sullivan of Mackin and Trinity Councils James J OBrien of Lexington John J Barry of New Haven Fred H Keune of Bowling Green and William B Hoffman of Memphis Tenn The only absentees were Grand President John J Luby of Lexington who has just recovered from quite a serious illness and William J Hamilton of St Louis whose business engagements were such that it was im possible for him to attend After the transaction of routine busi ness Grand Secretary Lautz read a care fully prepared report which showed the order in this jurisdiction in a flourishing condition in fact better than for several years past After some discussion plans were formulated for a general revival of interest in the Young Mens Institute intended to reestablish those councils that have temporarily gone out of existence and the formation of new ones in territory that hate nonaat present Upon the request of the 11 officera tUeTStates oft Georgia Flo Louisiana Mississippi Arkansas an I North and South Carolina were detached I from the Kentucky jurisdiction Su i preme Secretary James M OBrien of I Roanoake Va was present and made I a spirited address stating that the Su preme body was preparing to organize councils in those States whichwould I then form another jurisdiction Three v are now under way in Florida and one in forII stated that the organization was spread ing throughout the world councils havt ing recently been instituted in Honolulu I Manila and Nova Scotia All who heard him were very favorably impressedwith I his remarks the consensus of opinion I being that he is the ablest and most effi cient Supreme Secretary the order ever had The Kentucky jurisdiction will i Kenitucky Tennessee Missouri and Texas theIsociety were also present showing that I interest is not lagging Before closing his remarks Supreme Secretary OBrien I complimented the present Board of I I Directors and grand officers upon theff j predictedi r by a large powerful organi- zatIon I The important question of place and time for holding the next biennial convention =t of the Grand Council was disposed I of Louisville being the unanimous choice of the members present The i sessions will begin on Monday August w 25 and continue until all the business is finishedwhich will take about three days On the Sunday preceding the k opening session there will be u grandI I GrandIwork and the 11event will doubtless be brilliant socially It was thought by some that Lexington might get the honor but I because of the many advantages in favor of our great convention city the Bluegrass representatives voted with the others for T nisville Before returning to their homes the a Grand Directors expressed themselves as highly pleased over the results of the meeting They declared the prospects for the Young Mens Institute which has now attained firm foundation were never before so bright as now LAWN FETE I The ladies of St Cecilias church are I euchreInext Tuesday and Wednesday evenings t on the beautiful grounds at Twentyfifth and St Cecilia streets St Cecilias con + I gregation is growing rapidly Only last year an additional school Quell I teacher were provided and the churdi thoroughly renovated Now more schoolI ittoi tt- I 4- j U jI ladies invite the public to visit them ne 3 eveninggtt J J J KNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN M1ILIINfIMN rrDvotad to tine Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans VWIL7IAAi M KCIQGKVO PubUher UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se Bntored at the Louisville Poatolfice as SecondClass Matter UaiefisllCoBwaslcaUoiHtotlie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street TRAO 5 t NCIL- miU r 1 LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1901 SPECIAL Through the courtesy of Editor John J Barry of the New Haven Echo the Kentucky Irish American is enabled to present its readers a series of pictures which will take them through the famous Gethse mani Abbey in Nelson county They are eight in number of which one will appear each week Never before have these pictures appeared 3 in any paper therefore they will be greatly appreciated by our Catholic i readers at least- KENTUCKY HOSPITALITY I Louisville has fully sustained the States reputation for worldfamous Kentucky hospitality and this is all that need be said to understand how well the citys guests were ep t tertained the past week for though they may have been hospitably and I lavishly entertained elsewhere it is r only the Kentuckian that knows how to do it in a way that dazes overwhelms you and causes it to linger as a pleasant dream through i life Thousands last week partook of Kentucky hospitality and in f their faraway homes for long to come they will try to tell what it is f likesomething they in all their o life and travels had heard about but never before enjoyed The committees public officials police and people generally feel proud and they are entitled to for part they had in it and rejoice done soJVell Not a hitch curred not a serious accident happened all are pleased the guests delighted Never did a people enter so earnestly into a seem ingly impossible task of housing feeding and entertainingthousands a and never has our city been visited I by more gallant men acid stately women who appreciated the recog nition and kindnessaccorded Thet committees and officials did their part well in arranging for the comfort and pleasure of the visitors but in the parade the guests met the j people who greeted them with every manifestation of enthusiastic wel come which the knights acknowl edged by frequent raising of their f hats and present swords As the march lasted over three hours and the suns heat became oppressive the marchers became fatigued thenI 5 they were agreeably surprised by being presented with dainty food fruits and refreshing drinks and as they gracefully bowed their thanks i the crowd cheered 1 Louisville has shown what sheI I can do in ministering to the comlIl I fort pad pleasure of visitors in a- wayx that pleases her people and f delights her guests Her praises I will be sung throughout the landt1 I t 1 t romehagainwwiththeassuranceathey 1 will be as heartily welcomed and generously entertained when they return Kentucky hospitality isc only iapensed in Kentucky by a people who alone know how andjj jC take pride and pleasure in making their guests feel at home I USELESS HOWL The notices for State and county taxes are being sent out by the Sheriff and show a heavy increase 1 over list year which was a like in I crease over the preceding year A t howl against the Sheriff is going c up This is as wrong as it is use I- itessfWalk up to the Captains 1 office and settle thus saying yourself costs and trouble1 The Sheriff it only doing his duty and is in no iy responsible for the tax levy you will kick t tbatiamanyof 0 J you go kick yourself for voting for men and measures requiring and providing these increased taxes The Legislature amended the tax law so that the county tax is leviedl over the entire county and Louis ville taxpayers are now paying for building and maintaining county roads and bridges as well as their streets the county pays nothing for the latter Some of these tax propo sitions were submitted to the voterss of the city and a majority voted for them The State tax has not beenl increased it is the county tax that has been added on to the city taxpayer and is increasing yearly WELL DONE KERRY To pass resolutions is one thing to act up to them is another InI ninetynine cases out of a hundred resolutions for practical purposes are not worth the paper they are written on They are no sooner passed than they vanish so to speak into thin air It is refreshing there fore to meet with a resolution of a sound practical character and to find a body of the leading represen tative men of a county pledging themselves publicly to act up to it This distinction rests with the County council of the Kingdom r of Kerry At the last meeting ofI the Council M J Nolan J P proposed that in order to give a stimulus to home industry the Council lors should appear at their next meeting wearing Irish manufactured suits In urging his resolution Nolan was brief and to th point and his observations are worthy of record and study by every Irishman He said there was nothing which would give a greater impetus to local industries than to have the members of that council come there to transact the business of the county clad iinI Kerrymade suits The resolution was supported by several membersI of the council in admirable com mon sense speeches and adopted with acclamation The sturdy men of the Kingdom may be de pended on to be as good as their wordsno one who knows them would dream of suggesting any thing to the contrary and th next meeting of the council should prove an interesting one indeed The other County Councils of the country should follow the excellent and patriotic example set them by our Kerry friends and persevere iin the good work until English shoddy becomes as rare in our midst as gooseberries in the Sahara Desert Well done Kerry says the Free man This is but another evidence of the spirit of unity now pervading the Emerald Isle Uncle Sam is the youngest of the II nations of the first class but he isI teaching them all lessons The Sultan of Turkey seems to owe all of them larger or smatter sums r but was never known to pay and it was frankly admitted by European statesmen that he could be forced to He got into Uncle Sams debt for 100000 and all Europe smiled when Uncle Sam demanded a settlement After the usual diplomatic formalities an American warship bearing sealed orders anchored in a Turkish port and the American II Miriister demanded the 100000 or iI I wasdktdI gavevayI I ltly France to settle old Turkish I aggregating 10000000 proceeded a Ila Americtine The Sultan dodged as usual French I I warbiP5 were ordered to Turkish portaQud the French Ambassador warned the Sultan that diplomatic relations would cease on the arr- ivalIl1J r n of the warships The Sultan agreed to compromise and pay 8000000 but has repudiated it The French Minister left Constantinople and the Turkish Minister has left France Both are reported actively prepar ing for war- England was once noted for pok big her nose into all affairs of nations on the plea of protecting British interests but is unaccount ably silentasto the FrenchTurkish row now assuming a very warlike appearance British interests are deeply involved for the Turk is in debted to all the Loudon shylocks about the only other debts he has being claims for damages The fact is England has her hands more than full with the Boer war and with a demoralized army an undis ciplined and out ofdate navy an an empty treasury she is silent She could only bluff but the result of the Chinese issue indicates that her bluffs do not go like they used to So a war that will likely involve all the leading powers and change the whole European map iis imminent without England even saying SpoolI Alas how the Briton has degenerated I Blarst me eyes Secretary Chamberlain in answer to questions in Parliament said iin regard to the Boer war The war is practically over the resistance being confined to small roving baudsover a large territory Lord Kitcheners dispatch of last Mon day Our forces met and drove back two Boer commandos numbering 700 men On Tuesday Kitchener reported that a superior force of Boers had surrounded and captured sixtyfive men and three officers after several hours fighting There is a lie out somewhere Not so llong ago exGov Hogg and other Texas politicians were loud and earnest advocates of an income tax providing a levy of 2 percent on all incomes over 4 000 a year aimed especially at corporations Now these same Texans thee Texas oil boom are heading a pow erful lobby in Austin to urge the Legislature to defeat a pending bill to tax corporations 2 per cent on incomes The shoe is on the other foot Edward VII King of Great Brit sin and Ireland Emperor of India etc has ordered new elevators placed in the palace They are to be of American make and put up by American workmen Now look out for a howl from Londons upper tendom Some folks get drunk swear and tear around and want to fight are toethe workhouse Some folks get drunk swear and tear around and want to fightand that is all there is about itST WILLIAMS Popular Concort Euchre and Lawn Feto For Baby Parish The people of St Williams parish will give a lawn fete on the church grounds next Wednesday and Thursday evenings Thursday afterpoon will be given to the children On Wednesday evening there airIat known and popular local favorites as Mrs Katie Carr Costigan Miss Bee Mullarkey and Miss Mamie Kavanagh be given on Thursday veuogpronises well People from all the churches of the city will be there to aid the new parish just budding into existence With the friends of the pastor the Kentucky Irish American hopes fair weather will lend itself to help the affair to success ABOUT OETHSEMANI ABBEY One of the prettiest avenues in the country leads up to the home of the Trappist Monks at Gethsemaniabbey The trees are English elms planted in four rows and set so that they alternate thereby forming a complete shade A magnlfiIbody doomed to destruction by the ravages of dIwhich male its appearance a few yean ago These tree are leaving out sow for the second time this yammer The porters lodge ia seen in the distance IWith the large hoods On some of the coats there are taU flaring collars sad if theta is the broad cavalier tnraback cuff to the coat si4Mye there Ik thefall fall of Jlaceinside any other at the neck This ilau adaptaUpnof the Louis XV styles u Written for Kentucky Irish American IF YOU LOVE ME There is in this life no such thing As love without expressionno- To my heart thissweet music sing If you love me Q tell me so Gods vast love were not ours If it He did not daily show Give me these fragrant flowers If you love mefO tell me sot I awayIBring me glad today I If you love met 0 tell me Louisville Ky KATIB DON soIi SOCIETY II Mrs Ellen RUfy returned to Paducah the first part oftthe week after visiting I here Edenburgd= visiting Bank streetfV Mrs John Strander is visiting here this week as a guest of Mrs Furlong of Walnut street rf Qwensboron Godfrey during the conclave Miss Anna Ryan of Henderson Ky who has many friends here is visiting relatives in Solomon Kansas Mrs John Malone nee Ella Hines and daughter were this week the guests of Miss Nagle 630 West Walnut street Mrs John Dillon and daughters Stella and Mary of Birmingham are visiting Mrs James Quinlan at 1216 Twentieth street Mrs William McMahon and Miss Nellie Movers came up Saturday from Pa ducah to spend the week with friends iin this city Miss Lulie Harris and Nell Sexton visited the New Albany fair last Satur day where they were accorded a speciall reception Mrs Fred Menig of Danville Ill ar rived here Sunday for a two weeks visit with the Misses ONeill 526 West Breck intidge streetl Miss Mary Kelly of Maple street ar rived home Saturday from Rowland after a very pleasant visit with Miss Addie Martin r Misses Lucille and Marion Smith two pretty Bardstovfn girls are in the city during the conclave the guests of Misses Nell and Mayme Sexton Oldham street h Misses Grace and Lulie Harris Maym- and Nell Sexton and Connne Zuhrod formed a merry party that spent last week in Shepberdsville attending the fair t 1 Ia Misses Mary and Annie ONeill are home from Dayton Ohio where they spent two weeks visiting their sister Mrs Edward Cowan formerly of this city Charles Doyle a well known young man of Limerick was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last Mon day having been threatened with typhoid fever Misses Katie Shaughnessy and Margaret Glenn arrived home last week after spending a delightful season at Niagara rails and the PanAmerican at Buffalo rJoseph Dugan who is ill with typhoid fever at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital is progressing nicely and his friends expect a favorable turn in the next few days f 00Misses Belle end Fannie Kennedy who have been spending the summer at Bowling Green with thelr aunt Mrs Dean of the Hotel Dean arrived home Saturday for the conclave Miss Katie Hines of Cincinnati who formerly resided here and is well known in society circles has been the guest of friends at 536 West Walnut street since the first part of the week Among the most charming of the con clave visitors is Mrs Will Hooten of Danville Ill who is spending two weeks with the Misses ONeill at tlieir home on West Breckinridge street Wallace Jeffries frequent visits in the neighborhood of Eighth and St Cathe rine are causing his friends to wonder which one of two pretty sisters in that neighborhood he has lost his heart to Miss Marguerite Lynch an accom pUshed and charming visitor from Syra cuse arrived Sunday evening to spend two weeks wftti her aunt Mrs William M Higgins 1530 West Madison streetII Cosmas Meagfcer who left for the j southern part of Kansas last week on a trip for his health made a stopover visit at Kansas City Mo as the guest of John T Chawk a Louisville boy who is lo t cated there l j Mrs Mike Kierce and daughter of Evansville sprat the past week here asII the guests of Yrs Martin J Gavin 1 Eighth and Br ckintidge streets whoc entertained large number at a reception I in their honor I The many admirers of Miss Mayme Manning a pretty visitor from Montgomery Ala wftl read with pleasure theII announcement that she will remain here f till fall the great of her aunt Mrs Tbos P Climes 1452 Eighteenth streett The Kentucky Irish American was fa vored this week with a call from William A Manning It PIomaeat Irish Amedean of MoutgomtryALwho came here to rich hb 5terJ lien Thomas 11Ctr1452 Eightieth ttreettadlWiveofi this city Dot ibinki Montgomery i u ana c n Q- J D Meal spot as Irishmen are a rcicgnized factor in the commercial life and progress of that place He left for his home Thursday night accompanied by his lit tie son Eugene Among the many conclave visitors none were more delighted withLouisville than Mr and Mrs John M Homer of Geneva N Y Though they came here strangers they made many friends who would be glad to have them return for a more extended visit One of the most notable of the brilliant September weddings will take place at St Anthonys church when Miss Bertie Behrle the lovely daughter of John Behrle for many years with Klauber will become the bride of Dr Edward Hubbuch the well known dentist son of Philip Hubbuch Both are prominent in our best society circles and the cere WednesdayIIattendance The happy couple will spend their honeymoon in the East The open air concert to be given Tues day evening at the lawn fete by the members of St Cecilias church will be among the principal musical events of the season The best vocal and instru rendertnumbers in the excellent programme whieh includes the Orient Mandolin and Guitar Club Misses Effie McDonald Josephine Hoertz Paula Rosen Bee Mullarkcy Alexiue Schaulie Miss May Kelly St Cecilias choir Master Harry Cuscaden Messrs James Roache Robert Burkholder Michael J McGuire John Middendorff J P Flynn and John P McGuire PRETTY LOVE STORY Romance of Young Henry Watterson Who Wooed and Wed a Lovely Cuban Belle One ef the prettiest romances of the war with Spain was brought to n happy conclusion last week by the marriage of Lieut Watterson to Senorita Casanova in littlelwedding one the oldest and most aristocratic families of Cuba was joined to a famous family of the United States and the question of Cuban alliance for two people at least was happily settled Both the bride and bridegroom arc de scended from families of soldiers Senor ita Blanca Esther Casanova is the niece of the famous Gen Casanova who was killed in the CubanSpanish war while the bridegroom is the son of Col Henry Watterson the famous journalist of Louisville The bride is noted in Cuba as a beauty and an heiress while the bridegroom though young has to his credit an excellent war record in the vol beenepromoted by President McKinley to a post in the regular army At the outbreak of the Spanish war Henry Watterson Jr then twentythree years old was one of the first to enlist for active service He entered the so called dude regiment of Louisville and was sent to Porto Rico He quickly rose in rank and was shortly afterward placed in charge of a company to make a forced march across the island with the hospital stores Later he was transferred to post duty in Cienfuegos Cuba It was here that he met his fate It was literally love at first sight The present Mrs Lieut Watterson first saw her husband during a drill at his barracks The American soldiers occupied the Spanish barracks at Cienfuegos with their spa cious parade ground The drill days had become something of a social function All Cienfueifos attended Among the society people who sat among the trees which border the parade groundwas naturally Senorita Casanova the recog nized belle of the city They met here one day In due course Lieut Watter son was invited to the elaborate balls which the Casanovas were in the habit ofgiving The couple soon found they had many things in common The Senoritas father Dr Juan Casanova was a strong American sympathizer He was graduated from Jefferson College in Philadelphia and had lived many years in the United States The Senorita was graduated from the Couvent of the Sacred Heart in Phil adelphia The courtship progressed rapidly It would have been difficult to find a more romantic setting Back of the barracks along the sea wall the old fortress had been partly demolished by the bombardment of the American battle ships The mysterious galleries and passageways which the Spaniards had built centuries before were practically deserted and it was here the couple walked together on moonlight nights and planned their future At young officer was earerntiwasnot to marry rind the ensag announced Mean- While the whole post guessed his secret and sympathized with him It is said that some rumors of this phase of the Cuban alliance even found their way to Washington and President McKinley The appointment of young Watterson to the rank of Lieutenant and a position in the regular army came last fall Early last spring Senorita Casanova visited friends in Philadelphia when her en gagement was formally announced The wedding which took place in Philadelphia last Thursday was carried out in the Cuban fashion Only the immediate families of the bride and bride groom attended It was held in a private house at 1230 Spruce street one of Phila delphias most fashionable neighbor hoods Col Henry Watterson and his family came on from Louisville for the occasion The room where the ceremony took place was filled with flowers many of which had been brought from Cuba and the couple were married before an altar a reproduction of that ia the Con vent of the Sacred Heart where the Sea ocita had beta educated Fatter Wassel of St loans Catholic clUlrehI officiated The bride roow WM dressed In full regimental Following a quaint it- It I custom the father and mother of the awayThea large crowd of camera fiends and others to the scene of the ceremony and several hours were lost by the bridal pair in their efforts to escape running this gantlet The bridegroom tried several military I theIat the front and back entrances to theI house but this ruse only succeeded in I dividing the crowd Then he left by the front door with his sister with much os tentatious handshaking The crowd thinking the pair were at last to be seen closed in about them The members of the family helped the deception as best I oldIshoes after the pair and shouting farewells But the crowd WH not deceived Half an hour later it was rewarded by seeing the bridegroom return aud carry off his bride Lieut Watterson is stationed at the Jefferson barracks in Missouri His fur tough consisted of but seven davs in all two of which were consumed at the time of the ceremony The immediate plans of the bridal pair are unknown Dr Casanova who waved a welcome to the smiling pair as they drove away shook his head sadly when asked their destina Spanish Watterson She no longer belongs tome KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Archbishop Corrigan Favors and Encourages the Order The most valuable and effective in dorsement which any Catholic organiza tion has or could receive was given the order of the Knights of Columbus by the Most Rev M A Corrigan Archbishop of New York at Cliff Haven An adjourned meeting of the National Council was in session at the Catholic Summer School when his grace honored them with his visit He was accompanied by his sec retary the Rev James N Connolly John B Spellman of New York and the Rev M J Lavelle President of the Summer School Deputy Supreme Knight John W Hogan of Syracuse was in the chair when the Archbishop entered but re signed in favor of Supreme Knight Ed ward L Hearn of Boston who welcomed the distinguished guest in most fitting terms and conveyed to him their sense of appreciation of the honor bestowed upon the convention The Archbishop re sponded It was not my intention to say anything to you this afternoon but I wish to thank you sincerely for the hearty and kind words addressed to me I congrat placeforgratulate you on the great good which is being cone gradually but quietly by your organization- At one time there was a certain feeling of diffidence and distrust with regard to the aims of the organization Some entertained the opinion that it was trend ing toward forbidden societies and that there was in it an element of danger That however has been gradually dispelled and the Catholic people to whom you have been of such great service now respect you and you have the good will of the Bishops and clergy throughout the countryTherefore I have only to urge you to continue your good work The virtue of every good work is perseverance and I trust you will continue to be of great service to the Catholic interests bv being what you are a great Catholic organiza tion and practical Catholic Knights of ColumbusI trust that what YOU re solve upon here in convention wllj be of great good to the organization and to Catholics throughout the land Matt Winn the Kentucky representative at the meeting of the National Coun cil arrived home last Sunday evening The Eastern press recognized him as one of the very prominent members of the na tional body MORNING MARRIAGES Catholics are thoroughly cognizant of the sanctity and solemnity which the churchattaches to the sacrament of mat rimony She has drawn up special rules and regulations relative to the solemniza tion of this sacrament and it is according to her decrees that Catholics should dis pose themselves to receive it The church admonishes the laity to marry in the morning and gain all the graces that the church can bestow on the contracting parties It is a beautiful custom which prescribes a nuptial mass at which the newly wedded married couple are pres cut and where their union is blessedand their love pledged in the presence of their maker Evening marriages as countenanced by the church for good reasons although they may be tolerated at times for some cause or other Where the true spirit of religion abides the morning marriage takes place and spirit ual benefits are gainedCatholic Sun BOER HUMOR Not long ago an Englishman in Pretoria meeting some Boer prisoners who were repairing the roads work which they were paid for inquired insultingly What using the shovel You dont mean to say you are going to do some work Yes said one of the Boers quietly were going to fill up some of the holes we led the English Generals into And when the laugh had subsided a little a German was heard toremark Mein Gotl vat a big contract they must have on The story is sent from Pretoria by a correspondent of the London Star i Heat a Hartor Mick art Raterst S rBig Pour Route 1 Train leave the- Seventhstreet depot at8 oclock au m returningteaati city avenueSv a Up Stirs Over English Woolen flllU Store I OC Hour Wet ol He II IK Stun I IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Elegant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS AI BRORING DtD St PROPRIETOR IRISHH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O Iii- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank ttreet- Treasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month MeehanVice MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fonth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording GlUes pie Financial SecretaryJoseph P McGinnAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer Harry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall ReillyPresidentRobert Vice President B A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kinney- IRISHAMB1UOAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin TarpeySecondRecording Secretary John J Flynn DymeTroasurerThomas Sergeant John Kenney Sentinel Timothy Ly- onsRIVERVIW PARK POPULAR PLEASURE RESORT Now open for picnics outings partiesThisspot in Louisville Free con certs by Morbachs Baud every Sunday afternoon and night and dancing during the week No Improper Characters Allowed I KENWOOD PARKe TAKE PARK CARS VIA T111RD STREET LINE POPULAR FAMILY GARDEN Place Where You Oct Something Oood ia EaL Fine Wines and Liquors Foreign and Domestic Cigars Special attention given orders for private parties aud meals served at reasonable prices Tel 3025a WM FLEISCHER Proprietor PtKENIX HILL PARKN- OW OPEN FOR THE SEASON Now Is the Time to Secure Dates For PicnicsOutings i id k Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier tayTwcfII a i AprilL33411Sept litJ Oct 88 NeW II Difc- n n D rFFRZOOLOGICAL GARDENII- 2T T S rIIDIDHAl rs1WCFiI TAQ73iR r The VAUDEVILLE Only Park in Louisville Playing High Class Attractions BOSTON LADIES BAND ALL KINDS OF WILD ANIMALS FIREWORKS FRIDAY NIGHTS Admission to the 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New York Branch Offlce t621 V BUWubioston BC tw 811 Four L The Route to J YEARSI MARs I by 1901 PanAmerican ExpositionB- ig Four Route In connection with Lake Shore Michigan Southern aud New York Oentral RRIItfers the finest equipped train service attrcquent In tervals to Buffalo from South i West L M B Irgals President i Warm J Lynch Gent Pass Ati WPDepptAGPA Cincinnati PIIiuIi S JJt GATES Gen Agent Louisville BIG FOUR ROUT- EIndianapolis 10 Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Coraer Seventh St and River OFPiCEGR4 j GATIMGMMM Agent Lowiwilk Ky TTARRKN J LYNCH 0 P A1 WM P DEPPK AOACIHCINXATIi of u 0 0a POD SAVE ALL HERE There is a prayer thats breathed alone In dear old Erins land Tis uttered on the threshold stone With smiles and clasping hand And oft perchance tis murmured low With sigh and falling tear The grandest greeting man may know The prayer God save all here In other lands they know not well How priceless is the lore That hedges with a sacred spell Old Irelands cabin door To those it is no empty sound Who think oft with a tear Of longloved memries wreathing round The prayer God save ell here Live on 0 prayer in Ireland still To bless each threshold true The echoes of her homes to fill With fervor ever new And guarding with its holy spell The soul and conscience clear Be graven on each heart as well The prayer God save all he- reIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At the weekly meeting of the Dublin Port and Docks Board Marcus Goodbody was elected Chairman succeeding Sir Richard Martin resigned The Archbishop of Dublin left Kings town last Sunday week to be gone for a month During his absence the Vicars General will attend the transaction of diocesan business Coroner Hartz concluded the inquest held on the body of Mrs Jane Roche in the Monkstown Hospital the jury find ing that she died from injuries acci dentally received by falling tinder the train at Blackrock station They held that no blame attached to the railway companyCity Byrne held three inquests in Dublin on Thursday August 15 The first was on the remains of a boy named Thomas Rogers who had been missing for two weeks und whose dead body was found in the Liffey the previous day There was no evidence to show bow he got into the water and a verdict from asphyxia was returned The other in quests were on the remains of Charles Howard and Martin OBrien whose deaths were due to natural causes Henry Farrell aged thirtyfive years died Thursday August 15 in the Dublin Hospital from the effects of injuries he received through having fallen forty feet to the ground from a scaffolding in Guin ness Brewery The Coroners jury found that the falling of the deceased was ac cidental but that the ladder upon which he had been working was not put up in a workmanlike manner and recom mended the relatives of the deceased to the consideration of his employers At the quarterly meeting of the Kerry County Council at Tralee this month Councillor Nolan moved that in order to give a stimulus to home industry the Councillors all appear at the next meet ing wearing Irish manufacted suits He thought there was nothing which would give a greater impetus to local industries than to have the members of that coun cil one of the leading councils in Ire land come there to do the business of the county clad in Kerrymade suits After being seconded by other members the resolution was adopted amidst ap plauseSaturday morning a farmer named James Purcell residing at Meelick walked quayLimerick dently took a wrong turn from George street and instead of crossing Sarsfield bridge on his way home met his death in the river A boatman who saw him fall in conveyed the information to Will iamstreet police and they searched the river but without result The body was found by the police and a boatman when the tide was out next morning A watch chain and money were found on the body Coroner Byrne heJd an inquest on the body of William Kenneway a native of Glenarm County Antrim who was drowned in the River Boyne on Saturday evening It was stated that the body of deceasedwas exposed for five hours with out being admitted to a crane house where bodies found drowned in the River Boyne were for some time deposited The jury found that death resulted from drowning and considered the fact that tie body was so long exposed inhuman And a disgrace to the town of Drogheda and call the attention of the corporation to the immediate necessity of erecting a morgue On Sunday a shocking burning acci dent occurred at Nenagh the victim being the little fiveyearold son of Mrs Higgins of Cudville one of the mast respectable inhabitants of the township It appeals that the poor little chap in the temporary absence of his nurse or attendant set fire to an old bandbox in the garden at the back of the house and while playing with the blaze his clothing became ignited It was some little time before assistance came to him and the burning clothes were torn from hfe body WlitCI It wi foUUd lhathmLali uUieiV sbocki fiajurto hit hair being buried almost completely from his bead while his face and body were frightly burned The Limerick Town Clerk has received G a letter from the Local Government Boardsanctioning a loan of 15000 for the erection of working class lodging houses under the housing of the working classes act the loan to be repaid in a period of fifty years and issued in three installments of 7500 5000 aud 2500 The board desire to state that they con sider that the corporation should without further delay take steps for the clearance of the Johnstreet area and for the formation of a scheme for the disposal of the building ground there and at the Nicholasstreet area so that income in aid of the rates may be obtained from ground rents and the building of houses for the working classes faciliated On Sunday a large portion of the side of Mount Callan near Malbaya Cross on the lands of Michael Kinnane the property of Lord Cunningham was car ried away for several hundred yards It was fortunate his house was some distance away While in its course the bogslide came in contact with a strongly built wall having a large amount of earth at its back which acted as a blockade Otherwise the destruction would have been more serious as underneath Kin nanes house there is a fall of several hundred feet into the Glen of Corrough dea The loss poor Kinnane has suffered can not well be borne by him as he and his family are rather poorly circum stanced The annual convention of the Irish National Foresters which has just concluded a busy week in Newry is an ad mirable illustration of the fitness of Irishmen for orderly debate and capable Administration The organization is Irish to the core and thoroughly Nationalist in sentiment but above all it is carried out on business lines which have helped to consolidate its strength and attract to its ranks by the soundness of its financial position One simple statement gives a fairly accurate iaea of the good work that is being done by the order Since 1884 the total amount paid in benefits reaches the grand total of 210000 It is gratifying to find that the National Foresters have derided to give their powerful encouragement to the movement for the revival of the mother tongue The new church at Ballycotton a popu lar seaside resort in the eastern extremity of Cork county was opened on Sunday with all the ceremony and pomp pre scribed for such occasions Hitherto the inhabitants and visitors had to attend divine service in a kind of enlarged coal shed but thanks to the energy of the good Bishop of Cloyne theMost Rev Dr Browne aided by the venerable pastor the Very Rev Canon Murphy a graceful and spacious sacred edifice now stands on the side of the hill overlooking the bay of which any town or indeed city might be proud The people of the parishand public generally very gen erously subscribed to the Godly under taking and the beautiful building will remain for many years a monument to their love for mother church The holy proceedings of Sunday last were attended by a large number of priests and a vast concourse of people who journeyed from all the surrounding districts The dedi cation ceremony was performed by the Most Rev Dr Browne while the sermon for the auspicious occasion was preached by the Most Rev Dr Kelly Bishop of Ross It yvas an eloquent and able dis course that deeply impressed the con gregation The Bishop priests and peo pie are one and all to be congratulated on the completion of their noble work It is rumored that the King proposes to confer the titlesome people would call it the honorof knighthood on the Mayors of the United Kingdom next year when his coronation takes place Now with all respect to Edward Rex his knighthood is not wanted here says a Cork writer in the Dublin Freeman At least if there are any gentlemen hover ing about who ambition the disgracefor- it is regarded as nothing elsethey must obtain it through same other agency be sides the Nationalists of the Rebel City We have triennial municipal elections here and accordingly fortynine out of the fiftysix members of Council retire in January 19Q2 the seven senior Aldermen retaining office for another three years Now the result of these elections depend solely on the National ists of this city and they should make the battlecry on this occasion Knighthood Not Wanted In other woods they should refuse too vote for any candidate who would not pledge himself tooppose any aspirant for the Lord Mayoralty who would not give an undertaking in public to decline a knighthood if offered to him We have bad too much of this flunkeyism and we want no more of it It is within the power of the Nationalists of this city to preserve its good name from further insult and it is to be hoped that they will perform their duty faith fully and well On Sunday morning a shocking discovery was made on the railway line about a mile and ahalf from Loughrea when some people coming into town to hear mass found the dead body of a young man on the line The body was severed in two at the chest and the entrails scattered about while the chin was badly broken as if it were struck by the buffer of the engine It is supposed that deceased who appeared to be about eighteen years of age was on his way home from the races at Loughrea on Saturday evening and was knocked down and run over by the train arriving in Loughrea On Sunday evening de ceaseds brother identified the body which lay in a waiting room at the Loughrea station as that of his brother James Keady of Dunsandle and on Monday an inquest was held by Dr Crowly Coroner for this division of the county A respectable jury was sworn of which Thomas Mulkern was foreman Alexander Keady father of deceased identifierl the body as that of his son James Keady and after several witnesses were examined a verdict was found that deceased was crushed to death by the train to Loughrea pausing over him On the suggestion of one the jurors a rider was added recommending his parents to the kind consideration of I1 o c I I SolicitorIplace representations with this object before the company LABOR WORLD What Was Dope by the Cen tral Body Last- Sunday Notwithstanding the many attractions and the large number of visitors in the city there was a gratifying attendance of delegates at the regular monthly meeting of the Central Labor Union last Sunday afternoon The most important business was the selection or a Vice President to which position John Sage of the Leather Workers Union was elected and installed After the report of the Committee on Credentials representatives from the Fruit and Vegetable Venders Leather Workers Wood Carvers Federal Labor Union and Tobacco Workers were admitted as fol lows Philip Dean Nick Bennett George Younger Richard Miller Albert Kolb Albert Roberts Mike OBrien William Rockford James OReilly and John Duncan Everything was reported ready for the observance of Labor day and all that remains is for each to do his part to make this the grandest Labor day demonstra tion ever witnessed in Louisville Treasurer Wathens quarterly report showed 155 in the treasury after which it was voted to donate 5 to the striking steel workers This action caused some adverse comment the sum donated being considered insignificant It was thought by many that at least 50 would be sent the Amalgamated Associaten but there is a splendid possibility that the Central Labor Union will do even better than that after the celebration of Labor day The announcement was also made that there were no differences existing be tween the Whallen Brothers and the Building Trades Council as the former were abiding by their contracts in the erection of several houses in the West End The scale and nine hour day adopted in the printing pressrooms was indorsed but no action was taken regarding the strike at Harbeson Gathrights RECENT DEATHSii Last Sunday evening the angel of death entered the home of Matthew and Minnie Whalen 1811 Tyler avenue aud spirited away the soul of their bright little two yearold son James casting a deep gloom over their happy home His illness was of butshort duration and the sad result came as a heavy blqw to the devoted parents who did all that was possible to prolong the life of their child The funeral took place Monday afternoon the interment being in St Johns ceme teryrWe sincerely regret to announce the death of Mrs Mary Hogan wife of John Hogan altd one of Jeffersonvilles oldest and most highly esteemed residents which occurred Wednesday morning at the family residence on Illinois avenue She was a native of Ireland but had resided in Jeffersonville since childhood and was known to the older residents for her true Christian character and many benevolent deeds Besides her husband one daughter and five sons survive her The funeral took place Friday morning the requiem high mass being celebrated by Father OConnell His sermon was a touching tribute to her character as a Catholic wife and mother and impressed the vast number who attended the sol emn obsequies With many others we tender our sympathy to the bereaved relatives May her soul rest in peace I DERANGED BY GRIEF Miss Sadie ONeill daughter qf Thomas ONeill of Jeffersonville during the past week became deranged mentally and wandered away from her home Within the past few months the young lady lost her mother two sisters and a cousin by death and constant grief and brooding over her loss has unsettled her brain HOME AND THE MOTHER The home is the primeval novitiate Its beneficent agency is the most far reaching and enduring of all schools The parental fireside was the only academy which the patriarchs Abraham Isaac and Jacob frequented and in which they received and transmitted in turn the knowledge and worship of God The home is not only the most ancient but is also the most sacred and the most hallowed ofall academies and the mother is the oldest and most cherished- of all teachers The devout Christian mother is called to ban apostle The family circle is her field of labor the members of the household are the souls committed to her ministry No teacher can adequately supply the place of the mother No one has the same hold that she maintains on the intellect and affec tions of her child She is not only an authority whose right to rule is never questioned but also an oracle that is implicitly believed The words and ex ample of a parent especially of a mother exert a lifelong influence on the child The seed of righteousness sown in the youthful mind by the paternal band usually bears abundant fruit The salutary llessons the mother has taught are seldom effaced from the memory They are engraved on the heart in luminous Characters and the sacred image of the mother herself stands before us silently but eloquently pleading the ca seof GodCardinal Gibbojw It is admitted by the dressmakers that a good many features of the summer gowns will reappear at once in heavier fabrics under the gulee of autumn novel ties and autumn models And this is as alwayswiltjerk and there bM neyr been any im portant change that coaklnotbe foreseen long before it appeared 2t J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 3 meets Monday night when the hall question will be settled Division 15 of Providence has donated 10 to the poor schools of Ireland The meetings should attract all the members during this month as much that is important will be up for consider ation There will be Initiations during the month of September and all should make an effort to present at least one applicationSyracuse Hibernian expect to open their school for the study of the Gaelic language in October and classes are now being formed Goodwork is being done for the new Division 18 of Providence Already there are seventyfive more names ready for the next meeting and an effort is being made to bring it to the hundred mark before that time The field day of Rhode Island Hiber nians of the Blackstone Valley at Valley Falls on Labor day promises to be one of the grandest events in the history of the organization in the State The exer cises will consist of a parade of seventeen divisions and companies of Hibernian Knights ball game and a series of con tests and field amusements When the Ancient Order of Hiber nians says Father Phelan was con demned years ago it was by a Bishop who spoke English very imperfectly The Knights of Columbus another English speaking organization has been recently condemned by a Bishop who does not speak the lauguage at all A priest in this diocese some years ago declared that English was the devils language that Germans went to hell by two pathsone leading to the English speaking church and the other to the English speaking school WELCOME VISITOR Ben C Harrisontone of the most in fluential members of Big Six of New York formerly a well known printer of this city was here this week mingling with his old friends Ben looks well and reports the Kentucky colony in the me tropolis all prosperous like himself He was returning from the International Typographical Union convention at Birmingham Ala 0000 CARD A drawing card for next week at the Zoo will be the appearance of John P McGuire who is well remembered for his excellent work for the Hibernians and Irish American Society This young man is one of Louisvilles most promising vocalists and his friends will turn out in large numbers to encourage him He is now considering several offers from managers who wish to secure him fqr the I coming season FASHIONS FOIBLES No other fabric is so pretty for emI broidery as linen but it is of the greatest importance that it should be pure The craze for batiste has extended to parasols Some of these are finely pleated over silk foundations and others are of beautiful openwork embroidery- A skirt appears on some of the new gowns showing a cluster of side pleats in front with a similar cluster behind and elaborate trimming on the sides Braid enters into the trimming of the coatscoarse braids both wide and nar row put on in lattice work effects in some instances and all more or less elaborateOn of the plain backed skirts the braids of the material which finish it are put in an ornamental design across the back This is not so satisfactory As plain straight strappings- A good many of the gowns made for August gowns destined for the watering places are made without collars or with even a slight decolletage although they are intended to be worn with hats The long light woolen coats show yokes from which tows of stitching hav ing the effect of closing inverted plaits fit them to a little below the waist where each seam opens and leaves the skirt of the coat full Thick clusters of buttons are seen on many of the first exhibitions of fall styles One long light coat has small satin buttons in the thick clusters with knots of satin ribbon having the effect of bunches of grapes The massed cluster of buttons appear on different styles of garmentsAs a great many of the gowns now worn even those intended for the morning are cut without chokers A pretty fashion is a blouse open in front and finished with a deep turnover collar Under this is a front of some soft material gathered about the base of the throat in the form of a chemisette- It is warm weather to talk of velvet but there are notes of fall in the air and it is well to think of the future It is possible that we are to have a black vel vet winter Nothing is more delightful in the way of coats and nothing more becoming and nothing more distin guished than a full suit of black velvet Among midsummer novelties are hate of pique not stiff sailor hats but large elaborate capelines crushed into shape with perhaps a scarf of lace or mousseline de sole Large lace hats are of course plentiful and there are charming crea tions of mousseline de sole trinfmed only with a great scarf of lace with ends hanging down on the hair Of the charming colored linens so plentiful now the Bulgarian and agtt are most suitable for table covers sofa pil thecaAlwaysbe perfectly laundered Among the pret tieet colors are the blues so often worked with white cotton or silk flowtes and the serviceable browns MY MA SHE KNOWS My pa he scolds me jes becuz He says Im gittin tough He says my face is never clean My hands are always rough Im not behavin like I should An goin wrong I spose But ma she takes an pats my hand An smiles becuz she knows My pa he says Ill never be A business man like him Because I haint got any drive And getup pluck andvim I But ma she says so solemn like A maws a boy that grows An boys must have their playing spells And mas a trump an knows My pa he shakes his head and sighs An says he doscnt see Where I get all the careless ways That seem jes born in me An ma she laughs an laughs an laughsTill a crimson grows An then she sayscuTis very queer But somehow ma she knows My ma she knows most everything Bout boys an what they like Shes never scoldin bout the muss I make with kites and bike She says she wants me to be good An conquer all my foes An you jes bet Im goin to be Cuz my sweet ma she knows ORAND RAFFLE The friends of Ed Torbett a well known and deserving young man of the East End who has been unfortunate of late will hold a raffle for his benefit tonight at Charles Gays Campbell and Fulton streets The prize is a fine revol ver at ten cents a chance WHAT THE PARROT SAID It is related that a parrot and dog being brought together in a room the parrot for the fun of the thing said to the dog Sic him The result was that the dog seeing nothing else to attack went for the parrot which lost a good share of its tail feathers before it escaped to its perch It is related that the parrot after inspect ing damages said to himself Poll you talk too mnch This is a good story for all our readers to remember KITCHEN RECIPES DOUGHNUTS Mix well together three cups sifted pastry flour two teaspoonfuls baking powder one half teaspoonful of salt and one salt spoon of mace Beat one egg add to it one half cup sugar one table spoonful melted lard and one half cup of milk Mix with the dry ingredients cut in rings and fry This rule makes twenty INDIAN PUDDING Make mush of fine corn meal Beat light three eggs and one pint of molasses one tablespoonful softened butter one tablespoonful soda Ginger to flavor Stir in mush enough to make a thick batter Grease and have hot your gem pan till only half full with the mixture put a raisin on top and bake a nice brown Serve with hard sauce flavored with ground cinnamonROMAN Into one quart of milk put onehalf box of gelatine heat for fifteen minutes then add yolks of four eggs beaten with one cup of sugar scald cool four min utes then add the whites of the eggs beaten stiff a pinch of salt rose or vanilla flavoring CAKE WIT lOUl MILK One cup of sugar one tablespoonful of butter rub to a cream add three eggs beaten to a froth a pinch of salt one half teaspoonful of lemon extract one and onehalf cups of flour with one and onehalf teaspoonfuls of yeast powder and enough cold water to make a smooth batter Nicely baked either as a loafor on jelly cake tins this makes a very delicate little cake HASHED POTATOES Cut fat salt pork in small cubes try out and remove the scraps there should be about onethird cup of fat Add two cups of cold boiled potatoes finely chopped oneeighth teaspoonful of pep per and salt if necessary Mix the potatoes thoroughly with the fat cook for four minutes stirring constantly then let stand until browned underneath PAIN CAKE A cupful of sugar an egg well beaten a piece of butter the size of an egg a pinch of salt a cupful of milk with a half teaspoonful of soda in it two cnp fuls of flour with a rounded teaspoonful of cream tartar sifted through it a little nutmeg and llemon beat very thoroughly and bake COFFEE CAKE WITHOUT EGGS One and onehalf cups of cold coffee one and onehalf cups of sugar onehalf i cup of molasses nearly one cup of but ter one cup of chopped raisins mixed with flour one cup of currants a little over one teaspoonful of saleratus one nutmeg cloves spice and cinnamon and stir with flour as stiff as fruit cake BUTTER TAFFY A cupful of sugar a cupful of water a tablespoonful of molasses two table spoonfuls of vinegar a piece of butter the size of an egg boil twenty minutes and pour Into a buttered plate CORN CAKES Three cupfuls of cornmeal a cupful of thin cream a little shortening and the cup filled up with milk one beaten egg a tablespoonful of salt bake in a quick oven GINGER SNAPS A cupful of molasses a tablespoonful each of lard and ginger a teaspoonful of soda flour to roll roll out thin and bake i a aboutfoldingdoesnt have to look under it before re tiring The most healthful foods as a rule are the simplest The appetite for very lindigestible foods as a rule is a culti rated taste It is important to regulate ones food so that the appetite should be kept normal When the appetite craves unwholesome foods it is abnormal The AcknowledGed Standard of cellence Quick Meal Gas RatEvery one sold speaks fQr itself anu sells another QEHER cr O i Nt214 Market near Second I SCHUCK WYMAN SALOONPOOL and BOWLING ALLEYS Northeast Corner Eighteenth and Walnut A place where you can get something good to cat day or night CHAS SCHUCK SIXTH AND WALNUT Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot lunch day and night WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL UPON John HickeSEVENT JMD OAK Cool Lager a ut r- Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS VI HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO t FAlYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop I N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 9044- AilhillOis G6lltra BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville riemphis A- NDNew OrleansTwo Fast Trains Daily Yes andLighted Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper 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Business Good Employment and Success i l GALL OR VfRTTK FOil Wit IHrORUATIOH r UllellfatIHIl East BclidiagLS ILLEKY Business College I aliDlaJ II IiEIluI1I1u11I1 i Iawif ml MuidoonMonumentGoniDdnu DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFii ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND Monuments I A Artlitlo Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I AREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STR- EETfJj1LflR II- HHDU ftDftftUD nu ftD i BREWING 60l INCORPORATED rewers andLOUISVILLE KY t PARADISE I oI SAMPLE ROOM iI +s Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool I I M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR I Telephone S84 248 West Jefferson Street I r JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE ItR I In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E IL BACON District Passwfcgar Axtr Louisville Ky RANKJKBBp General pMkiBger Agent 6anqerwo S- yv tJ I LAWN FETE7 FOR ST WILLIAMS NEW CHURCH THIRTEENTH AND WILSON AVENUE Wednesday and Thursday Evenings September 4 and 5 1901 Twelfth street cars will take one to Wilson avenue and Twelfth street Large variety of useful articles to be sold Grand Euchre on Thursday evening Ten beautiful prizes Lunch and refreshments served I 9 CUPIDS DARTS Cards Out For the Marriage of Well Known Bluegrass Couple I Doings of the Young Dions In stltuto ofFrankfort and Lexington Jerry Corbott Lies Critically Ill at His Homo In Capital City CENTRAL KENTUCKY NEWS NOTES Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American The picnic given by Lambert Young Council Y M I of Frankfort at Cove Spring Park was a grand success socially and financially notwithstanding the inclement weather that for several days preceded it Every member worked hard and much of the success is doubtless due- tt to that fact and the efficient picnic committee under the direction of Chairman I Olbermn A number of the ladies assisted the members on the day of the pic nic for which Council 161 returns sincere thanksOn Sunday August 18 First Vice President James F Gibbons was elected President of Council 161 of Frankfort to succeed M A Collins resigned John R Sower was elected First Vice Presi dent to succeed President Gibbons Both I i DeputyiThe many friends of Jerry Corbett of- tt Frankfort will regret to hear that he ncftr lies critically ill at his home He returned last week from French Lick Springs where he went hoping that it would benefit him but it failed to do so and he returned home Mr Corbett has been in very bad health for several months past Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Mayme McDermott a beautiful and accomplished young lady of Paris and John P Hanley a prominent young business man of the Capital City The wedding will take place at the Catholic church in Paris on Tuesday morning at 6 oclock September 17 with a nuptial high mass Miss McDermott has a large circle of friends in Lexington and Frank fort where she has often visited and iis extremely popular having by her pleas ant and winning manner charmed all whom she has met while the groom is perhaps one of the most efficient young Business men in Central Kentucky where he is widely known and has a large circle of business acquaintance and personal friends He is general superintendent of the Kentucky Distillaries and Warehouse hassfor a number of years resided at the Cap ital City Grand President John J Luby of Lex ington who is at present serving his sec ond term asGrand President of the Ken tucky Jurisdiction Y M I went to Louisville Sunday to be present at the meeting of the Grand Directors Mr Luby is extremely popular among the members of the Young Mens Institute at home and abroad Barry Council Y M L of Lexington contemplate giving several delightful en tertainments during this fall and winter Their entertainment committee is now arranging for a series of progressive euchre parties and several dances Barry Council has a Young Ladies Auxiliary in flourishing condition and they have as listed the members in giving many pleas willjA movement is now on foot looking to ward the organization of a Ladies Aux iliary to Council 161 at Frankfort with good prospects of success A committee composed of W H Olberman D J Mc Namara Frank Heeney and J A Brislan have interested a number of young ladies and young matrons who say that they will get up a splendid auxiliary in time for the social events of the fall and win ter season The grim reaper gathered two more to his fold in the Good Shepherd parish at Frankfort last week They were John Ebner an old and highly respected citizen of the county and Mrs Katie Draw ner wife of George Brawner of the Frankfort fire department Both were buried from the Church of the Good Shepherd at Frankfort on Thursday The Rev Father J J ONeill of Lexington and Rev Father J Fitzgerald of Shel byvillle officiated May their souls rut In peace Miss Lily Ryan and sister Miss Mar garet two pretty and attractive young ladles from Lexington are visiting their aunt Mrs Madigan at Frankfort Bliss Mayme Roeche acharming young lady from Louisville who has been spending several weeks with Bias Roes klender at Frankfort returned to her- h4we1eM week I MiMM Margaret and BenudeM Haley tIJtl IJn TD 7 and Lucille Tobin of Frankfort have returned home from a short visit to Lexington Miss Daisy and Eleanor Olliver of Louisville but until recently of Law renceburg are spending a few weeks with Prof Neal and family at Frankfort Miss Jessie ODell of Lawrenceburg- is visiting her aunt Mrs Prof Neal at Frankfort this week The many friends of Miss Mayme Caden in Georgetown Paris Lexingtt and Frankfort will be glad to hear that she will this week return from Europe where she has been traveling for the past three months Miss Caden was accom panied by her grandmother Mrs Caden of Lexington who doubtless enjoyed very much the visit to her native heath Messrs J S Humphreys and Will Hickey of Georgetown will endeavor to get up a dance in honor of Miss Caden shortly after her return from abroad Large crowds from Lexington Paris and Frankfort always attend the dances given by the popular Allegro Club of George town and will doubtless attend this one alsoA few weeks ago Lambert Young Council Y M I of Frankfort was presented with a handsome gavel made of ebony and richly carved by Sergeant W H Cavanagh of this city who for the past two years has been in the Philippines with the Thirtyfirst Volunteer Infantry Sergeant Cavanagh was until about three years ago u member of Council 161 Engraved upon oue side of the gavelwas Presented to Lambert Young Council Y M INo 161 Frankfort Ky and on the other By Sergt W H Cavanagh Philippine Isle May 1901 The members of Council 161 prize their souvenir very highly D J McNAMARA GAELIC REVIVAL Evidences of New Growth Forthcoming Every- Day The heartiest well wishers of the Gaelic revival movement cpuld not reasonably hope for a greater measure of success than that which basso far attended iit writes a Cork correspondent Evidence of its growth throughout Cork cityand county is forthcoming every dayand encouraged by this healthy sign of the times the various branches of the Gaelic League are pushing on the good work with increased energy The dear old mother tongue is gradually but steadily taking root while the Irish songs and dances are taking tjteir rightful place iin the entertainment of the people Prior to the Gaelic revival movement it was quite a novelty to find one song with the remotest coloring of Irish about it on a concert programme but thanks to those who undertook the work of opening the eyes of the people to the rich field of melody which they could call their own the old order of things is much changed and before long we may hope to look on it not as the rule but as the exception A most successful Feis was held at Bally vourney on last Sunday another took place in Youghal on Monday and on Thursday a large number of citizens as sembled on the Mardyke cricket ground where a most interesting Aeridheacht was held under the auspices of the local branch of the Gaelic League The Munster Feis is fixed for next month there and indications hugelsuccess THEATRICALS Patrons of the Buckingham will surely appreciate the visit of The Innocent Maids which comes next to that popular vaudeville theater In the produc tion ofIThe Innocent Maids horse play has not been provided to take the place of genuinely artistic comedy and every female member or the company has been selected by the management for beauty of face and form for their respective ability to entertain their audiences by a clever entertainment which is added to by lavish and costly dressing and beautiful scenic effects The show opens with a Very funny burlesque entitled A Wooden Woman and serves to introduce twenty handsome Ririe fin a double sextette of belles and beauX the scrub Woman chorus and a novel change act and from the rise of the curtain the fun is fast and furious The closing of ther show is a laughable burlesque entitled A Lottery Ticket which is intensely funny and calls for the strength of the entire company The Eleventh Hour which will open att the Avenue next week is one of the most complete traveling companies on theroad carrying all their own special scenery One scene alette cost 5000 being a reproduction of the magnificent drawing room of a Chicago millionaire- To get as near tke eriginal as possible photographs were taken by the kind per mission of the owner and thus all details were copied even to the handsome vases and bricabrac The play has met with great success in ottiercities and no doubt will score one more at the Avenne INeat little wiiUr re wade with bodice pointed and a plain narrow little v light material if tbe NiUI krtar simply up to the front iI i ai- rV C THE GREAT DAY Workingmen of tho Falls Olticl4 Prepared for Mondays Celebration Big Parade of Louisville Trades Unions and Picnic atPhoo nix Hill Fitting Observance Arranged For In New Albany and JefTersonvillc THE ROUTE OF THE BIG PARADE The trades unionists of the three Palls Cities will this year observe Labor day on a more extensive scale than ever before For three months the Central Labor Union of this city has been preparing for the event and the four divisions in the great parade of Monday will show that their efforts have not been unsuccessful The parade will form on East Jefferson street starting at 2 oclock sharp from the Haymarket down Jefferson to Eighth thence in to Market up Market to Jackson out Jackson to Jefferson and thence up to Phoenix Hill where the day and night will be spent in jollification- and merry making The first division comprising ten unions will be headed by Marshal L Steinmetz Ifa F Jones will marshal the second division of seven unions James C Thornton the third with nine and Jack Sage the fourth with twelve making thirtyeight organizations in the parade Humphrey Knecht is Chief Marshal his aides being Herman Chris ten John Young S C Moore and John Fuchs With fair weather this body of men will present an imposing sight New Albany workingmen will cele brate the day at the Fair Grounds The parade will form at West Main and Fourth streets and move east to Pearl street north on Pearl to Spring east on Spring to East Fourth south on Fourth to Market east on Market to Vincennes north on Vincennes to the Charlestown road and east to the fair grounds where the allday picnic will be held Besides the labor representation there will be nearly 200 wagons and floats in the pa rade The parade will start promptly at 11 oclock Among some of the features arranged for the picnic are the trap shoot ing match a baseball game and two horse races One of the races will be for a purse of 100 Greased pig races and a Cakewalk will be other features and dancing will be enjoyed in Floral Hall At night a concert will be given by the New Albany Military Band Jeffersonville will also have a monster parade nearly all the civic societies par ticipating The Hibernians and Red Men will present a splendid appearance in new uniforms procured for this occa sion After the parade the marchers and their friends will spend the day at Arctic Springs where a splendid programme will be carried out THE ZOO The coming week at the Zoo promises- if possible to be more attractive than its predecessors Manager Sheehan has prepared another special programme that can not but delight the large crowds that will visit this pleasant place of amuse went The fireworks display next Fri day night will be most elaborate and he vaudeville programme will be presented by stars of more than ordinary merit As the Zoo will this month close its season there will be a large attendance nightly to show appreciation of Manager Sheehans efforts to provide the public with high class amusement ZENDA DANCING CLUB The Zenda Dancing Club will entertain with a select dance at Fountain Ferry Park Friday evening September 13 The ability of each member of the Zenda Clubas an entertainer- is well known and their friends who attend can be assured a de lightful evening in advance Kuebra union dance orchestra will render a special programme of all the latest melo diesThe Marketstreet cars will run to the park every ten minutes The members of the club are John J Barry P F Sutterlin D J Harnett Al Neurath M J Haruett and Ed F Toomey RED MENS PICNIC The Sioux Indian Tribe of Red Men will give a grand picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday September 24 The SIoux Tribe is composed mainly of cm- zens of Limerick and meets at Rinks- Hall Seventh and Hill streets every Friday night There will be a union band in attendance Tickets twentyfive cents Wipe tarnished or flyspecked gas and dryttheilu o I i f tt l EUCHRE AND DANCE VOLUNTEER SOCIALS At Music Hall Wednesday Sept 11 HowJm Are JJ iii Your lBU Teeth I till tillIf t they need attention there is no better place to fm fixed than at the mJ V IIILouisville 1- mr r Dental Parlors f 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater t Their prices are the lowest 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