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J f KENIper t l a fir VOLUME VIIINO 17 LOUISVILLE S4XURDAY APRIL 26 1902 9PICE FIVE CENTS UP THEY GO I Most Active Week Hibernian Have Experienced For 4 Many Years Foiir Divisions Hold Entuus tastic Meetings With Picas ing Exercises Impressive Exemplification of New Ritual and Initia It ion of Members ELOQUENT ADDRESS BY MR ROGER Not for many years have the Hiber nians experienced such activity as that which characterized the meetings held during the past week and the results are not only gratifying but of a nature that will have beneficial effect for a long time to come and tend to greatly strengthen each of the four growing Louisville divis ions It would seem that there has at last been an awakening to the many benefits conferred upon young men through membership in the Ancient Order of Hibernian as scarcely a meet- Ing now passes without several applica tions being received Monday night Division 3 held a largely Cavanaughmuch business was transacted Lawrence Mackey presided and those in attendance were pleased with his every ruling Not the least pleasing feature was the presence of Col Joe Breen former com mander of the Hibernian Knights who will hereafter be a regular attendant now that his brother is associated in business with him The report of the Visiting Committee announcing the recovery of Mike Walsh the popular Pennsylvania railroad section foreman with none now sick elicited applause Thomas Filburn William OBrien and Richard J Daniel were elected members making a large class awaiting initiation Genuine regret was expressed over the withdrawal of Pat Holly who was compelled to trans far to another division because of his in ability to attend the meetings on Monday aigktK Pat Sullivan saadxLawrence Mackey were elected delegates to the Catholic Federation They are able and earnest workers and their presence will be felt in the deliberations of that im portant body Count President Keenan was given a hearty greeting He addressed the mem bers on a number of important questions after which another handsome donation was voted for the Hibernian ward in the St Anthonys Hospital Division 1 had its gala night of the present year Tuesday when Newton G Rogers the lawyer member delivered the most instructive and entertaining ad dress heard in Hibernian Hall since that of National President Keating nearly two years ago He took for his subject the Catholic Congress held at Chi cago and pen can convey only a faint idea of his masterly effort Thomas Walsh another lawyer member who has acquired a national reputation as a poet read an original poem on Ireland that possesses great merit and touched the hearts of all present It will appear in our next issue Both gentlemen were vociferously applauded President Tom Dolan presided with his usual grace and dignity and the reading of a number of new applications by Secretary Mike Tynan caused more good feeling This division also made a handsome donation to the ward in St Anthonys as did also Divisions 2 and 4 on the succeeding nights The Literary Committee will soon announce another fine programme for the next social session Wednesday evening nota chair was vacant when President John Hennessy rapped for order Division 4 can boast the largest attendance of any and the big initiation brought out several hun dred all sections of the city being repre sented The regular order was quickly gone through with when Patrician Sulli van and the degree staff took charge for the initiation The degree work was the most impressive yet witnessed and showed careful study on the part of the members The candidates were Messrs Will Quilligan and Edward Keiran for Division 2 and Sylvester Doyle John McGovern George Fitzgibbon and Tom Dolan for Division 4 When the work was completed an hour was spent in jollity Sylvester Doyle rendering vocal selections John Tracy piano solos and Maurice Healy dancing an inimitable jig EzCountyPresident Murphy and the Presidents of Division 1 and 2 were present with County President Keenan Before adjourning Tom Lynch an nounced that the next class would name ber twentyfive Will Meehasi rushed business Thurs day that Division 2 might be represeated in the Catholic Federation Though the meeting was short the proceedings were interesting One application was re calved and a hearty greeting given the newly initiated members Keiran and Quilfigan This division is the represen tative of the East End and the Highlands and should have a betterrepresen tation among the Irishmen of those sections titbcdlvlliODflhavcommunication from State President Shier This te wrprisugiaviervofthe- pear aapproach of the convention n f ut- 1 GRAND BAZAR The Ladles of the Cathedral Score Another Big Success The bazar at the St Francis Hall this week has been a success as it deserved to be The dinners have been well at tended though the suppers have not received the patronage they merited Mrs Smith who has general charge of affairs is being ably assisted by the inde fatigable Mrs Mary Burke and Mis Kate Walsh The wheel of fortune has been watched after by such good workers as Mrs Ernest KampFmueller Mrs Charles Taylor and Miss Fontana Misses Anna Finn Hannah Nagle and the young ladies who comprise the graduating class at the Sisters of Mercy Academy have done valiant service all week Many very elegant articles were auctioned off daily but many more yet remain for dispqsa tonight when the largest attendance of the week is looked for Nanz Neuner and the clever Mrs Rheimers were boun tiful in their donations of flowers to the various tables The firm of Montenegro Reihn has made a record for itself in its dona tions to charity bazars during the past three years and although a pretty fait piano was already in the hall the prop erty of Mrs Joe Chase yet the gentle men of the above named firm kindly loaned an instrument for use during the week The piano which stands all the year round in St Francis Hall has been a magnificent instrument and is one of the oldest in the city having been brought from London very many years ago by the late Mr Denny father of Mrs Joseph Chase On last Monday evening Mr Leslie Hewitt sang Le Bandoliro and responded to an encore Mrs Hewitt presided at the piano play ing the difficult parts most admirably and with a smoothness that showed her to be a good pianist Tuesday was Ger man day and Wednesday was devoted to the compositions of sunny Italy and renditions of its favorite airs were given by Dominic Gerardi on the harp Thursday was the best day of all being Irish American day Mr Tom Walsh charmed his hearers with a eulogy on Irish writers not forgetting our own well loved poet Thomas Moore LUBY COMING HER- EASpcialMeatingI of aqI51 ColincliCalled y Sunday John J Luby Grand President of the Young Mens Institute will arrive here from Lexington tonight and Mackin Council has called a special meeting for tomorrow afternoon to receive him It is understood he will have news to impart that is of more than usual interest to the members of this great order therefore President Murphy has sent an urgent notice to all who can do so to attend Mackin Council initiated Dennis J Daly Tuesday night and will confer the degrees on three more young men next Tuesday night The gentlemen having in charge the arrangements for the annual outing made a very encouraging report Thus far fourteen prizes have been secured for distribution among ticket holders and now it is expected there will be no difficulty in increasing the number to at least twentyfour The meeting tomorrow afternoon will be called to order not later than 2 oclock as President Luby must leave on the early evening train- ANDRIOTNEWFIDID rMr Lawrence J Andrlot is getting his full share of congratulations just now Miss Ruth Newfield has named the day and time next Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock and preparations for the wed ding move on apace The bride elect is the lovely daughter of Peter Newfield and since her debut has been a recognized leader in the West End best social circles Mr Andriot is a big handsome athletic young man who is making a name for himself in the business world being a partner in the firm of P M Andriot Sons the successful and well known Greenstreet wagon manufact urers Father Brady will perform the ceremony uniting the happy young couple at St Cecilias church following which there will be a large reception at the residence of Peter Andriot 2621 St Xavier street The groom has for years been a factor in Mackin Council and a gay party of members will attend the festivities Messrs William Meagher rind Edward L Andriot hays been selected for ushers The young people will at once go to housekeeping at Twenty seventh and St Xavier streets where they have furnished a beautiful home The wishes of a host of triendsVill fol low them for a life of unalloyed happi nesa and prosperity NECESSITY APPARENT The great necessity that existed for the new St Edwards Hospital in New Albany is now daily becoming more apparent Already there are nine patients being cared formin the free wards and a number of others in private rooms The25QO guaranteed by the city was this week turned over tto the Skiers in charge All classes of citizens continue their interest in the grand institution and are giving the Sisters every assiat ance A very successful euchre was giveR Wednesday afternoon at St Joseph s Hall by the Ladies Hospital Club quite a neat WUM being realiced for he linen fund o- U 0 D DAY LONG TO BE REMEMBERED AT PRESENTATION ACADEMY The magnificent statue of the Blessed Virgin a gift to the Presentation Acad emy from the Alumnae was blessed at that institution last Wednesday at 10 a m The accompanying exercises were quite appropriate and interesting On account of the extremely limited space no invitations were extended the only attendants being the Alumnae and pupils who were most honored however to have for their guests Mother Cleophas and Sister Augustine from Nazareth Sister Lauretta of Covington and several Sisters from local institntipns of the order The pupils assembled in the com mencement hall where they sang a hymn to Our Lady of Good Counsel as beauti ful as it is uncommon The Rev G W Schuhmann delivered an address which it is needless to say was eagerly wel comed and thoroughly enjoyed He made the presentation for the Alumnae and expressed the Sistets appreciation in very graceful words and gave the pupils excellent advice from which they ehouldr vmrictipif Hisaddrese whose only fault was its brevity was in substance as follows Dear Friends The Sisters of this academy have begged me to contribute a few words towards this happy celebration and for me the Sisters wish is an imperative command This morning I am to be manysidedI am to represent the Sisters I am to stand for the Alumnae I am to speak for the pupils and to say a few words for myself I am like that little reptile called the chameleon as the light strikes it it presents different colors When the light comes from a certain direction you will see a great deal of black and a little white and then I am speaking for the Sisters If the light strikes me from another direction and I present a deep redwell readthen- I am the Alumnae If the light strikes me from another direction and I grow smaller then you see books under my arms then some one might maliciously say I am a little green To begin with logically and chronolog presentedThefrom this academy have bound them selves together in an association to keep up the happy memories of their school days I do not know what their experi ence has been but mine is that I feel more at home with and greater pleasure in being with and my best memories go back to my schoolmates either in the parochial schools or in the college or in the seminary You will go out In the world and form friendships superficial shadowy and transient but firm stable and enduring friendships will be based upon your associations during your school life You have had like interests the same purposes you have been side by side in your studies and upon these associations you can build the very best of friendships and it is a hard matter to make new friends in your more advanced days How valuable it is to have a good friend who will be a true solace to you in after days And hence I must praise the good sound common sense of these young ladies who will not forfeit the friendships formed in this academy You young ladles meet here in your monthly assemblies and see your teachers Pupils often forget their teachers but teachers do not forget their pupils Teachers have given and have consumed the best fibres of their brain they have given their hearts blood in love to bring you up and instill into your hearts enduring principles by which you might be guided in your after life having inspired you with a love for the true good beautiful and they do not forget you and you come to them for further guidance Your diploma stated that you had finished your course of studies but it did not ay that you could not receive further instructions and guidance from these Sisters On leaving school yon have entered on the higher and more difficult path of life On leaving the commencement stage you stepped onto the other more confusing and often more disconraging stage o- fUfeIt id then that you need the advice of the teachfes Jcnguide you their arms to warm low you need them to console you and to uplift you when you are u- ii nn downcast to advise you when you are in doubt and to cncourag you when you are about to be tempted to despair The school bell brought youjtogether in your school days and though your interests are different the world is llarge and there is so much room to scatter distance lends but cold enchantment The academy is a magnet which can draw you together again away from all the other enchantments which might sur round you The Sisters think often of you and though you go out into the world you have no conception bow well and how often they think of you They can not follow you into the highways and byways of life and hence it is when they can not visit you you come and visit them But you can not always be with the Sisters other cares encompass you you have other duties to fulfill Because you can not always fbe here you have given your representative to remind the Sisters that you arewitlr them in spirit When Our Lprdl tibSBocite wishedtto make a present tbnVbeloveddiscfpie what could He do more than say Behold thy mother and what better presentation could you make dear young ladies than the statue of the Blessed Virgin Immaculate Mother of Christ The statue is a copy of one of Murillos He was u celebrated artist and was the painter of the Conception in Which sub jeer he was unsurpassed This picture is amost appropriate one for an academy of America The Spaniards were the first colonists The first school erected in this country was by a Franciscan friar the first printing press introduced into this country was brought over by a SpanishAmerican Bishop the first book printed in this country was one printed by the Spanish colonists and the first music published came through that press It is a fact that there are more Indians today in South America than when that country first came under Spanish rule a sad commentary on what was done to the Indians under the care of the Anglo Saxons The number of Indians in our country is most humiliating aside from what the Spaniard did Wherever they built a church they erected a school wherever a convent was established there was a school All this was done one hundred years before the pilgrims set foot on Plymouth Rock geniusHeto have an opportunity of visiting the picture galleries of Madrid and Rome Where should he get the money There were many churches in Ameica that needed pictures for the altars for the instruction of the pupils in the schools Agents came from America bought the paintings made by Murillo and thereby he found a start in life It is a copy of his masterful work of the Immaculate Conception which we have before us today If we have not our artists of America if America is not old enough to develop art if we must go to the old masters let us take a picture from Murillo who thus ascended the ladder of fame through American assistance That picture has a special signification for myself The very first prayer I ever uttered in the house of God was before this picture In the parish church which I attended it still forms the centerpiece of the high altar and I can faintly remember when I saw it for the first time I gave way to an innocent distraction As I saw the angels gaily playing around the feet of the Blessed Virgin I wondered if they carried on so lively whether they might not fall ion the altar step Around that picture we boys would gather when over from school and I believe many a fervent prayer went up to her represented jy that picture when we did not know whether a word syasan adverb or a preP osition when we could not make the answer to oUr sum agree with that in the book and when we were afraid father might ask ue the long question innate chism instead of the short one The Alumnae in person wish to signify their devotion and affection for the schooland the Slaters naturally glad of thlattestimoaiai express their heartfelt thinks If that was theifirst purpose the Alumnae association tkeybatla second They wished in doing tgk to be n A- tiI11i i ii of some benefit to the pupils When they placed that statue in your presence they did not only intend to develop the high taste and to bring out in your hearts the appreciation of the graceful but they wished to do a higher work They would like to infuse into that statue life to put the light of the Blessed Virgin into those eyes They would like to give that statue vital motion in order that you might rise higher and see her the original and beautiful model after which this picture has been formed The Blessed Virgin loves you loves you with the same love that our Lord brought to the cross She wishes you to gather around her as her Son expressly said Suffer the little ones j r Sherknows you are innocent and inexperi I enced and your inexperience subjects I you to snares and dangers She knows J thatJI you were baptized and that the dew of baptismallwaters is still on your soulsI not sullied by the defiling touch of the I wicked world For what does she see in the young boy or girl who comes to the academy what docs she behold A soul I I radiant with divine grace unconscious of evil bright and beautiful She sees I in the souls of the young her own inno cencereflectedand she sees the simplic I ity sanctity and peace of Almighty God just as the heavens are reflected from the bosom of some inland lake She loves you because she beholds in you a repre sentative of herself and yet how easily that innocence may be losta word a glance a flashing thought and all will be swept away just as the flowers andbeauti ful fruits are carried away by the whirl wind May the Blessed Virgin be the true model and light of your youthful days Call to her for aid in temptation ask her to be near you when the enemies surround you When f see you gathered here I can not help thinking of the thousands and millions that envy you that would like to have your exceedingly great opportun ities I can not help thinking of the thousands that are in the streets the stores and factories that are trying to eke out an existence to gather a few pennies to contribute toward the support of father and mother You are in cozy rooms cheerful surroundings deep in search of knowledge as well as culture of heart and refinement It would be ungrateful if after these advantages any pupil should complain of drudgery of school life What would those boys and girls who must always stand beside factory machines with their great noise so souldeafening not give for your op portunities of developing your minds and cultivating your hearts I would almost wish that you would never grow old enough to graduate I would almost wish that you could remain in the house of your father and mother and be taught by the Sisters for I see that when you have finished your course here there are those who will lay snares to rob you of your sanctity and innocence And then I see thousands of others who have the same cozy rooms the same cheerful sur roundings as you have and yet they have not the culture of heart that is yours They are learning it is true culture but to last and serve them a few short years You are studying truths you are storing virtues and principles that will be a con solation and joy for all eternity Academy boys and girls you need not be reminded that you have great opportuni ties but you do not know itj or if you ever hear it you will not believe it that your happiest days are in school Perhaps you think when you get a bad note or have to repeat a lesson the Sisters do not like you but when you get older and farther away from this academy you will look back and really see that they had a mothers care for you1he older you grow the more you will love this acad emy and when you are hurrying along on a Fourth avenue car you will cast a glance upon her When you are old and shaky gad have to be lifted from the car then your most pleasant memories will revert to this academy owmy friends we will go to the CpNTIHUSD ON S8COND XAOX4 x p J c CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Big Reception Awaits State Officers and Visitors at Lebanon I On Sunday May 4 State President I Michael Reichert and others of the State I Council will pay an official visit to the j Lebanon branch of the Catholic Knights of America and Bro Boldrlck writes that a big reception awaits those who ac company them A cordial invitation is extended the officers and members of Louisville branches to visit Lebanon and be the guests of their Lebanon brethren upon that occasion which promises to be of more than ordinary interest The Lebanon branch is in flourishing condition and the only wonder is that there are any Catholic men in the county not enrolled under its protecting banner Those members desiring to go with the State officers who hope the party will be a large one should notity President Reichert who is making special arrange ments for a pleasant trip The Kentucky Irish American has accepted an invita tion and will be represented All will arrive home in time for work on Monday President Veeneman and Joe McGinn visited many of the branches this week in the interest of the silver jubilee cele bration at Macauleys next month They report all alive and working hard for its success Tom Dignan has also become interested and will render some valuable assistance The three will be among the party going tp Lebanon Supreme President OConnor has notified the New York State Council that he will be present at the New York jubilee celebration next Wednesday Arch bishop Corrigan will also be present and Bishop Farley if he arrives in time from Europe The Rhode Island Knights will endeavor to have President OConnor participate in the jubilee celebration at Providence for which the branches have been making suitable arrangements for weeks past The Catholic Knights of America are becoming very strong in the Eastern States JEFFERSONVILLE St Augustines Church Bazar Will Open Tuesday Night The ladies of St Augustines church in Jeffersonville after weeks of unceasing effort bayecompleted every arrangement for the bazar which will open at Spieths Theater next Tuesday and continue until Monday May 5 It is expected this bazar will eclipse anything ever witnessed in Southern Indiana and judging from the names of the ladies connected therewith it will be a great social as well as finan cial success A feature will be the voting contest between City Clerk Walter Hassan and James Ryan his Republican opponent for the handsome office chair on exhibi tion at Spieths There will be many other attractions the programme being varied nightly and the booths will be presided over by the prettiest girls of Jeffersonville Visitors from Louisville and New Al bany will receive special attention and have a good time Among the ladies most active in the good work are Mes dames Gus Duble Barney Coll Jonathan Thickstun Maurice Coll Edward Mad den and others The Ancient Order of Hibernians under the direction of Presi dent Gleason and Jack Murphy will also be in evidence every night CATHOLIC FEDERATION Appoints Committees And Sets Date For Election of Officers Seventeen Catholic societies were rep resented at the meeting of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held at Satolli Hall last Thursday night Dr J W Fowler presided over the de liberations of the meeting and Eugene Cooney filled the place of Secretary John Crotty who was absent A number of communications were read some from societies that will later affiliate Upon motion the Chairman appointed Messrs Rogers Smith Lincoln Kelly Sullivan Meehan Menne Gensle Neu bausand Burkholder as a committee to visit the various societies that are not at present represented and urge them to affiliate with the federation Messrs Walter P Lincoln James J Kelly and Gensle were appointed a com mittee to draft a constitution and by laws for the organization which will be adopted after the election of officers takes place The meeting adjourned until Thursday evening May 29 at Satolli Hall when the election of permanent officers will be held LIVELY DEBATE Trinity Council promises its members a lively meeting Tuesday night Government ownership of railroads has been selected as the subject to be debated by Messrs David OConnell and C J Cooney on the one side and Dr Phil Beutel Jr and George Rennelsen on the other the first two named advocating industrial or corporate ownership Mr Emmet SUttery will beth umpire The other judges are John Sullivan andAG- SchneIderautMike I Hill and James B Kelly The public is iinvited but will trot admitted till 9 ocfcck i- J i- U i- a l 1 r J 7 TUESDAY Bishop McOloskoy Will Dedi cato St Anthonys Now Hospital IWngnlficnut Institution Will Bo Opened Three Days ForeInspection Mayor Grainger and the City Officials Invited Wednes day Night REFUGE FOR SICK AND UNFORTUNATE On next Tuesday the new free hospital will be dedicated thrown open to the public for inspection a few days and then begin the charitable work for which it was erecied the care of the afflicted Though not yet completed as per plans only the central part being finished so great is the need for such an institution that the part now ready will be opened for patients and the wings added in due timeWhile we have other hospitals all worthy and commendable St Anthonys is our only private free hospitable for the care of all of every sect creed race or color without price In all cities are those without home or friends to care for them in sickness without the means to obtain medicall attention and necessary medicines without a place to rest in quiet without those to nurse and soothe them Not only the really poor but hundreds in boarding houses lodging houses hotels to those as well is such an institution a boonq guaranty of a haven for all that is required to relieve their suffering and anxiety for that for which one yearns in sickness the peace rest attendance and kindly ministrations of sympathetic nurses Those who have home family and friends may not fully realiie the full Import of this but the fact that there are fellow beings in dis tress needing the comfort of a home in suffering arouses sympathy and charitable cooperation which renders the erection and maintenance of such institutions possible for being for charity to human ity they are built and supported by thethumane and conducted by those who de vote their life work to mining ilie sick Though St Anthonys Hospital is owned and will be managed by Catholics and the greater part of its cost was provided by Catholic contributions llarge and small our people generally have aided in the work as being for the gen eral public good And in this they have shown that broad charity befitting an institution in which neither creed race nor color will be considered in those who become beneficiaries of its shelter and care No religion will be barred on the contrary every religious wish of a patient will be fully respected No race preju dice or color line will cause neglect or exclusion but all are welcome to St Anthonys Free Hospital The Franciscan Sisters who Lave canes vassed the city from door to door for the money to build the hospital and devoted months to supervising its erection and furnishing and who will have it in charge have earned the gratitude of the community and are to be congratulated on their success in such a grand charity While there has fortunately been no public expression in opposition to St Anthonys Hospital as a sectarian insti tution for the exclusive benefit of one religion we know that such a feeling exists and has deterred some wellmean ing persons from contributing to it Theyare mistaken in their view and in due time the manner in which the hospi tal is conducted will convince them of their error The hospital will be open to t the public Tuesday afternoon Wednes day and Thursday and everybody is invited and our doubting friends should visit the institution and see what has been done and learn how it will be cone ductedFor those whose charity is restrained by religious or racial prejudice we have nothing to say except that they too are welcome and in case of sickness with no one to care for them and nowhere to go even they will be kindly receivedand cared fox in St Anthonys hospital with costWednesday evening the hospital will be visited by all the city officials headed by Mayor Grainger Thursday has been set apart for New Albany and Jefferson ville The blessing of the institution will take place Tuesday morning and the doors will continue open to thepub lic from 2 oclock that day till 10 oclock Thursday night Several hundred well known ladies will assist the Sisters in receiving the visitors among the number being Mrs John Walters and Miss Maggie Geher of SewingSocieties SmlthjMGeherTDowlingBrumleyJohn Simon Fannie Wessell Ben Ocher VeenemantSheney K BASeBALL The season opened here Wednesday with great enthusiasm The playing of ebeaus men gives satisfactton mad when the season closes Louisville will stand higher thaa for many years put lupCrQIJ a c b TTITOKY IRISH AMiRI DAp1 T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM NNNnNNNINNN leveled to tM Moral end Social Advancement of all Irlak Americans WZX4X4XAM M uxoonsrai rYtxbl1Mtaesr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 8C r Rtttered at tYe tIItPoateftice ss 8 c 4CU Matter ficMall CnautaltoMtothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil dree Street TRADES N BELCOUNCI L 1902Lp ARBITRARY RULE a Ninecounties of Ireland with inhabitants haveover 1500000 thus far been placed under the crimes act which is about the would term insame as what we suspension of thethis country writ of habeas corpus or martial law Under this crimes act any person is liable to arrest and imprisonment on the mere complaint of any one or the whim of an official taken before two magis trates at any time or place bail being denied and from the decision of these magistrates there is no appeal Thus it is in the power of the officials and magistrates of those nine counties to put anybody in jail for thirty days to six months This is a little worse than our martial law the findings of which are subject to approval of a higher authority SECURES CONTROL Now who will be mistress of the seas J Pierpont Morgan has suc ceeded in his effort to secure con trol of the principal ship lines be tween the United States and Europe embracing the British German and French companies They will not be bought since their charters forbid sale to a foreigner besides such sale would the subsidies paid them by 11forfeit governments They their autonomy and management as separate efcrporatious as at present but an American syndicate incorporated in New Jersey with a capital of 150000000 which can be in r creased will control all the lines Englands greatest boast and pres tige Mistress of the Seas goes glimmering into Uncle Sams growing domination of the worlds trade Sentiment may be an influence but money and hustle rule nowadays and the American has both Johnny Bull may frown but YOur Uncle Samuel will rule the seas hereafter And now the English press are fearful that the presence ofa hun dred American students at Oxford as provided in the will of Cecil Rhodes glorifying in their nationality will become a potent factor in impressing their personality on the staid old university with the natural result of an organized American society college yells class buttons and the young Amer ican spirit generally will sharply accentuate existing differences Some truth in that The average American is not reticent in glorifying over the greatest nation on earth is usually able to take care of himself anywhere not only holding his own but generally impressing and sometimes suppressing the other fellows It is not at all improbable that a hundred American students selected from all classes in the respective States of this country as provided in the be quest Yjill be pretty thoroughly American cockneyproof and in due time Yankeeize Old Oxford as completely as Cambridge Harvard or Yale The EnglishBoer peace confer ence has taken a recess to allow the Boer representatives to consult their Government officials Uuless the terms are absolutely accepted or rejected by the Boers the confer ence may convene again if it is thought possible to come to an agreement While the terms submitted to the Boers have not been published opinion among those in Englandan d Holland who ought know it about evenly divided as the outcomewhether peae will be declared or the war continued Though no armistice has been ar ranged iu the meantime activ- military operations seem to have been suspended It may be a month before the final decision a to peace or renewal of hostilities is known The United States Steel Corpora tion seems to have the German iron and steel trade on the hip There has been much agitation in Germany over revision of the tariff with the purpose to increase rates so as to exclude American products This seems to have no terrors for the steel corporation and President Schwab says they are indifferent about what course Germany decides upon in the matter If the tariff rate is fixed too high to allow American iron and steel to compete in Germany the corporation will withdraw from the German market and go after Germanys ex port trade in Eastern Europe Western Asia China Africa and South America It looks like the Yankee holds the trumps The new taxes in Great Britain impose an additional penny on th hundred weight of grain and two pence on the hundred weight of wheat imported As Great Britain does not produce enough of those staple foods to supply her people the tax has not even the merit of protecting home industry nor will the burden fall on the importer since Great Britain must have the grain and wheat and the cost to the consumer the people will be simply increased The first ship load of wheat to pay the new tax was from the United States and the tax on its cargo amounted to 3300 to be added to the cost of the Englishmens daily food The blessings 1 of the Boer war are far reaching With or without government subsidy we are to have a Pacific cable connecting the United States directly with the Far East Con tracts have been awarded and work is progressing for a cable from either Monterey or San Francisco to Hawaii and the Philippines It isto be completed to Hawaii by November and to the Philippines some time in 1903 Then we will not have to depend on messages roundabout via London or steam ships with news a month old to say nothing of cheapness The company guarantees rates not higher than cable rates to Europe The English press and Govern ment are jubilant over the fact that the last war loan of 150000000 has been fully subscribed and point to it as an evidence of confi dence in the solvency of the nation As the bonds sold for 9554 a dis count of 454 per cent there is not much to crow over discount always indicates lack of confidence Not since the Boer war began have British consuls commanded par Nothing so ennobles young men as association with pure women and nothing so debases young men as association with degraded women a fact which we fear is not impressed on young men by mothers and sisters who would be shocked did they know where and with whom son and brother spends i his leisure hours and money Catholics of the country keenly regret the serious illness of Arch bishop Corrigan who is suffering from a serious attack pneumonia j It affords us pleasure to give our readers Father Sqltuhmans address delivered at the Presentation Academy I R M I t c f I Day Long to Be Remembered at Presentation Academy CONTINUED PROM FIRST PACK statue All of us will surround it Priest Sisters alumnae and pupils will pay rev erence to her the Immaculate Mother of God the Seat of Wisdom She is wise because she Is immaculate The less we sin the more easily we study and the pure of heart shall see God As we stand there let us beg that we may trample the world under foot as the Blessed Virgin does She stands on the world that we may have a contempt for its enchant ments when they draw and take us away from the love of virtue As she stands on the crescent moon beneath her feet she teaches us to rise above changeable ness and variability that we may not one day be full of faith and the next faith less that we may not be good one day hereto throw around us her mantle the color of which signifies humility for just as the highest edifices have the deepest basedsupon the deepest humility That as her eyes are turned Heavenward and her hands are clasped she may intercede and pray for us and be an inspiration to these Sisters that they may not be discourager by the returns of seeming ingratitude but look for their rewards beyond this life where Mary received hers It was through the honor given to the Blessed Virgin that women are so exalted in dignity that they are no longer en slaved that they are no longer the play things of men but can now be the queens In the household In this country woman is more respected than in any other and a great deal of this respect is attributable to the resolutions the Bishops formed In council deriding the Blessed Virgin under the title of the Immaculate Con ception must be the protectress and patroness of the United States Then the school singing a Litany of the Blessed Virgin descended to the front hall where the statue stands on a handome pedestral with a cluster of electric lights above and a rich stained glass background Here the unveiling and blessing was performed by Father Scbuhmann The statue Murillos Im maculate Conception is a masterpiece of workmanship The features are excep tionally good being delicately moulded and in fine proportion the sweet sad expression of the lovely uplifted eyes is itself an inspiration to prayer the luxuri theeshoulders contrasting beautifully with the mantle of softly tinted azure which with a flowing robe of cream color drapes the majestic figure in graceful folds At the base of the image just beneath the exquisitely chiseled feet rests a silver crescent and several cherubim on whose angelic countenances the moulder has impressed the same expression of happy innocence as did the great artist Murillo with his magic brush The young ladies of the Alumnae are to be complimented on their fine taste in selecting this chef doeuvre of art and also admired for the spirit which prompted them to make this most acceptable gift It speaks volumes for the gratitude they feel toward their kind Superioress and devoted teachers and for the tender regard in which they hold the academy where many of their brightest happiest years were passed Their choice in this offering is most pleasing to the Sisters being a to the elevated spiritual education which they impart nor could the alumnae have chosen embellishment more suitable for the entrance of the noble structure which the statue adorns SADIK C DOYIB RECENT DEATHS The last sad rites over the remains of William J Madden took place Monday morning at St Georges church Rev Father Weiss officiating He was a brother of Mrs James Taylor of 1731 Bayless avenue and had been in Louis ville only two years coming here from IrelandAnthony Fangman a well known German Catholic aged thirtyseven years passed away last Saturday at his home 1013 East Main street after an illness of short duration The funeral obsequies were held Wednesday morning at St Boniface church in the presence of a large number of mourning friends Mrs Elizabeth Rider wife of Edward Rider for many years a resident of the West End died last Saturday night at her home 1833 Tyler avenue She was the wife of Edward Rider who with two children survive her The funeral was held from St Patricks church Tuesday morning when solemn requiem services were conducted by the pastor Mrs Mary E Schmitt the venerable and beloved mother of Sheriff Dick Schmitt died Tuesday at her home on East Broadway of heart trouble with which she had been afflicted for over a month She was a Christian woman and dutiful mother and her death almost prostrated her nine children Her fune ral took place Wednesday afternoon and a large number of mourning friends followed the remains to Cave Hill where they were tenderly laid to rest An estimable young lady passed away Tuesday in the person of Miss Mamie Marra seventeen years old who died after a long illness at the home of her grandfather Thomas Marra 416 East Seventh street Jeffersonviile Nearly all her life was spent in the city over the river where she formed the acquaintance- of a wide circle of friends who mourn her early death The funeral was held from St Augustine church Rev Father OConnell officiating at the sad services the edifice being thronged with friends of the deceased MAGAZINE CONFERENCE Grand Secretary George J Lautz will leave tonight for Madison led to attend at tmeeting tomorrow of representative of tie Young Mens Institute of the Ohio Indiana and Kentucky jurisdictions at- twhichaomeadionwill be taken looking to tins publication of a HitblYmagaalDe devoted to the interests of the order iJ n n 7 t SOCIETY 1 LA JV JVt J j JSf I Harry Thorp and bride have returned I from their wedding trip I Miss Madeleine Caine spent the past week visiting In Chicago Miss Mamie Coons was the guest of friends in New Albany the first part of the weekI Miss Mattie May Milliken has been visiting friends at Hopklnsville and Franklin The Jeffersonviile Womens Club was pleasantly entertained Tuesday by Miss Amy McGann y Miss Annette Combs was this week the guest of her grandmother Mrs Swigert near Lexington Mrs Richard Cummins and Miss Lee LAWRENCE AND MISS NEWFIELD The of their approaching surprise to friends Landes of Charlestown Indwere here Monday Mrs John Coleman Miss Margaret Coleman and Miss Lulie Anderson have returned from New York Mrs Prank G Snyder spent last Sun day in Owensboro as the guest of her sister Miss Jessie Martin Miss Elsie Dandridge left this week for her home in Frankfort after a pleas ant visit with Louisville friends Miss Rosa Robinson is home from Midway where she hada delightful visit with Miss Ethel Witherspoon Sheriff Pflanz was among the Louis villians sojourning at French Lick Spring this week He is expected back today A very enjoyable entertaiment of the week was that given Tuesday by Mrs Walter B Hassan to a large number of her friends at her home iu Jeffersonviile Rev Father Cronin rector of St Pat ricks has recovered from an illness that confined him to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the past three weeks and will officiate tomorrow Stephen C Peak lineman for the Louisville Railway Company who has been ill for the past two weeks at his home 1718 Dumesnll street is almost entirely recovered Mike Reardon who has been seriously ill for some time is now convalescing rapidly and will be able to be out in a short time Mikes smiling countenance has been greatly missed by his friends Maurice Halloran of the Peerless Manufacturing Company and his at tractive daughter Miss Nonie have been spending the past week at the great Confederate reunion at Dallas Texas Quite large gathering of friends and relatives witnessed the marriage of Miss Anna Burk and Warren Brod which was solemnized Tuesday morning by Rev Father Kelly at Holy Trinity church New Albany Michael Hartnett left Wednesday night for St Louis to accept a position with the street railway company of that three Mr city Mikes many friends here will I miss him but at the same time wish him success prosperity Mrs Eugene S Howard and son Sidney leave Sunday for New York They will sail for Prance May 1 to be the guests for several months of the parents of her late husband who was for Hotel many the chef at the Louisville J of the notable society events of the past week ia the Highlands was the given Wednesday evening by Mrs Katie OBrien 1405 Payne street The affair la honor of P Mur of Covington 1 who is visiting friends luthlifcitt Catbolk KalghU are rejoiced over the I w complete recovery of their zealous and able State PresidentMichael Reichert who lass not been well for some weeks past A large number are expected to him upon his trip to Lebanon next Sunday week Nicholas Montedonico for many years a resident of this city who arrived here from Italy about a month ago to visit his brother Anthony Montedonico leff Tuesday for his native country His present home is in Genoa where he is largely interested in realestate The HardestyBannon wedding which will be solemnized Wednesday morning at St Cecilias church will be among the most notable of the year Many friends of the happy young couple from other cities will be in attendance Father Brady will be the celebrant of the nuptial mass and perform the marriage ceremony The announcement of the complete recovery of Michael T Callahan of the Golden Rule store will be welcome news j ANDRIOT RUTH announcement marriage a happy visitors reported attendance a accompany to the hosts of friends of that popular gentleman For over a week he was unable to leave his home on Seventh street and though his condition was at no time critical his friends were for son days greatly worried A pretty wedding will be solemnized at St Marys church in New Albany next Wednesday The contracting par ties are Casper Beck and Miss Anna Hausmann popular and highly esteemed among their wide circle of friends Rev Father Faller will tie the nuptial knot and the ceremony will attract a large number to the church Everything is progressing nicely for the Volunteer Socials who will give their third euchre dance at Music Hall Wednesday afternoon and evening May 7 Many handsome and valuable prizes have been secured and among the ladles working very earnestly for the success of the affair are Mesdames BenI Sandman Lahood Karem Mary Gleeson James McBride Miss Mary McElHott and Miss Katie Foley Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trin ity Council has issued invitations for another eucher and dance which will take place at the club hpuse on East Gray street on May 1 Twenty hand some prizes will be distributed and the proceeds donated to a very worthy dances given by these young ladleI have been pronounced the most enjoy able of the entire season nothing will be left undone to make one sur pass its predecessors The news of the marriage of Miss Eva Pearl Ackerman and Dennis J Hines which took place at the Cathedral rectory Wednesday evening will be a pleasing surprise to their numerous friends and acquaintances The bride is the beauti ful and accomplished daughter of Charles D Ackerman and a highly respected young lady of the West End Few yonng men are better known than the groom who is a successful cigar dealer an prominent in Catholic fraternal society circles Only intimate friends witnessed the pretty ceremony The Shawnee Bowling Club entertained its lady friends last Wednesday evening All present had a most enjoyable time After the bowling refreshments were ESTHER BESSIE AND ANNIE The bright little daughters of Michael J McNerney and the late Annie McGrathMcNerney and years One reception was Mrs phy next and The cause The and this served The prize winners were Misses Alice Burke Fannie Tompkins and Nan nie Daly Those present were Misses Nannie Daly Mary Higgins Florence Daly Alice Burke Fannie Tompkins Lillie Liebolt and Hattie Higgins Messrs Will Daly Frank Burke Louis Kieffer Edward Baker Hugh Higgins George Kieffer and Albert Heins and Mesdames Louis Kieffer Matthew Daly and William Higgins A wedding in which much interest was taken took place Wednesday evening at the rectory of St Boniface church The bride was Miss Lena Roehrig the lair young daughter of Louis Roebrig the well kUOwii cigar UiMUUfiCttlrcf and the bridegroom Jamaa Dilger with John P Morton Co Very Rev Pawl Alf per U SOCIETY PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American has excellent facilities for doing firstclass job printing Business cards invita tions bill and letterheads statements envelopes dodgers etc neatly and promptly executed at reasonable prices Call at 326 West Green street and see us before ordering I lloMKe llnSTN atsr Jt Till ettftirr d enman7rtS1ror7han aoJRlfr ifESNSeven experienced teachers each one a specialist In his line We are now In arraugedsctloolyearStudentsf JOI 1ST B FRANK 1 WALTERS 11 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aooa LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOiI i ON THEh IUlUI b In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCsnagerW ofea large company of friends of the young people who are both favorites among their wide circle of acquaintances The bride was exquisitely gowned as was also the bridesmaid Miss TIllie Roehrig and Felix Allgeier was best man After the ceremony the bridal couple and a large company were tendered a reception and wedding dinner at the home of the brides parents where many congratu lations were received Mr and Mrs Dilger have furnished a handsome home on Seventeenth street near Chestnut where they are housekeeping and at home to friends GREAT DERBY Everything Ready For Classic Event at Churchill Downs Next Saturday May 3 will see the twentyeighth Derby Kentuckys classic event run over the historic Churchilll Downs President Schulte and Secretary Dressen have everything in readiness for the opening and nearly a thousand horsesI are now on the grounds Alan aDale a Derby favorite being added to the num ber yesterday when twelve carloads o horses arrived from Memphis to be fol lowed by many more today The stables and fences have all been newly white washed and the Jockey Club grounds present a bright and fresh appearance This will be the greatest meeting ever held in the West lasting twentyone days HENDERSON Aged Colored Woman Borne WhitedCatholics A rather unusual scene was presented on the streets of Henderson yesterday afternoon It was the funeral of an aged colored woman Bell Henderson a mem ber of the Catholic church The only colored people who attended her funeral were a few near relatives The large number were white people The casket was even handled by white pallbearers men in whose families the oldwoman had long years done faithful service The body was interred in the Catholic cemeterythewsThe proper name was Isabella Kouch became a convert to the Catholic church many years ago under the care of a former mistress herself a Catholic She was a member of the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin a monthly communicant and although the only colored member of the Sodality she was given the equality which her exemplary character justified The family of John M Byrne by whom she was employed during the last twenty years of her life gave solicitous care to her every want during her sickness and they andall who knew this colored woman will consider her demise a distinct loss White people shed tears at her grave As prearranged by Miss Mary Henderson her former slave was buried in the same lot with her PUBLIC POINT EUCHRE A very attractive point euchre will be given under the auspices of the Salesmen IS Benevolent Association at Lieder kranz Hall on Monday evening May 5 Tnere will be a great deal of interest InII this novel euchre which is now the rageJJ in the Eastern cities and excitement will run high until tie lucky winners I are known The salesmen never give anything but firstclass entertainments J hence the beet class of people will attend in Urge fcUttibcrt1 Twenty valuable prizes have been secured for the con testants and those present will have rea n b LNf J ANNOUNCEMENT LOUIS A BROKING D DS 1 DENTIST For years located at 436 and 4381Market street has removed to 412 W MARKET ST UP STAIRS one door west of Appels gents furnishing welcomefhis new offi- ceIDEAL DENTISTRY AT REASONABLE PRICES Superb crown and bridge work gold and porcelain crowns artificial teeth old silver rubber and cellu loid plates Consultation and Examination Free Victory For I Local Unionism The Defiance Clothing Co of this city is now a union concern and it was through our instru mentality that they have become so We are their sole retail agents in Louisville and it affords us much pleasure as a union house to be able to BUY Louisville union made goods and to SELL them to Louisville union working men We will have a full stock of these goods on hand by May i LEVY BROS THIRD AND MARKET son to feel grateful to the energetic com mittee for providing them with such an evening of real enjoyment Congressman Kehoe will receive the Democratic nomination for reelection yjCbftlnn Republicanannoupeesbimaelf i of I I T j QNTUOKY IRISa AMERIOAN H t tt t t tt tt tt t t t t tt tt H tH t +tt t t t t t ttt tt tt t t tt+ t t t t t t t t t tt t M t +HH t U H tt + tt tt H t+ t t t t t t t t t t t t t +H++++H t U tt to CUSCADENS ICE CREAM OR CHARLOTTE RUSSE oSZHSJTXSSuii- S MADE OF FRUIT AND CREAM SPECIAL RATES TO LODGES ETC ETC TELEPHONE 518 415417 SECOND STREET RUSSE IN BOWLS 35c 50c 75c AND 100 INDIVIDUAL RUSSE 50c A DOZEN t t + + + + + t H n t t + t t + + +nH + tt + tt tt + t t t t t t t t t + tt LMMU 4MMMMMMMMM U M M M M M M M M H M H H H M M M M M + H+ I REAGANS EXCHANGE S W Z op Preston and Market Wines Liquors an- SPEOIAL Cigars Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up BUCKINGHAM WEEK 27SUNDAY Httlitu Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday W B WATSONS Oriental Burlesquers Headed By JFiAPiTTFfi DUPREJ3 35PEOPLE35T- wo Funny Burlesques Krausmeyer in Ladysmith and The Lady Buffalo Ten Big Specialty Acts Special Miss Bell Gordon Champion Lady Bag Puncher will meet all comers during the week GO TO BR UNN 88F- OR WATCHESDIAMONDS JEWELRYH- ere can be found everything suitable for wedding and birthday presents A large stock of handsome Clocks atIprices within the reach of all Repairing of all kinds done promptly and at reasonable prices 530 West Market Street BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN e BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave S J QATJBJ S KyWARRENWM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O CHEAP RATES FOR COLONISTSTO CALIFORNIA 4VIABig Four Route Commencing March 1 1902 and daily until April 30 1002 one way second class colonist tickets to all points In California will be on sale at very low rates from all- points on the fDlir Four For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address the nnder signed Warren J Lynch General Pas senger and Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent Cincinnati O S J Oates Oeaeral Agent Lralivllle Ky A serious fire broke out at the dwelling house of Martin guilty Ikllydaheen Bruff and resulted in doing very consid enable damage before it was overcome The fire was discovered by a man earned Nolan who at once gave the alarm but by thistime much damage was occasioned thetl1itchedputorlli ltvtec was de ttroyed and seven valuable calvts m an QtttkotHe were also destroyed c u THE BAND OF YOUNG LADIES WHO FURNISHED THE OPERATING ROOM AT ST ANTHONYS FREE HOSPITAL ST BONIFACE HOSPITAL emeu 1902 n lKatle Ohr 2 Clara Nobbe 3 Katie Vogel 4Anna Ohr 8 Ilamte Leltman aAnna Brlnkhaui 7 Francei Kern S Emilia EmholT 9Joiephlne Blehlman 10 Eugenia Uoellman 11 Franwi Nobbe 12 Tereia Moellman IS Bota Stuckenborr 14 Dora Bchlldt 15 Elizabeth Moellnun 16 Nellie Bchoo 17 Mamie Schoo IS Margie Oeher IIlKafT Fach SO Katie Krull SI Emilia Klumpp 22 Mary Otten lISLena Kedlng er 24 Maggie Von Hoten 25 Bertha Gram 20 Mtmle Crush 27 tlllle Michael 8S Dlna Krull 29 Lulle Crush 30 Lulle Moellman 91 Mamie Hulimeler 32 Katie l lng 33 Tereia Bchoo 34 Carrie Stapenhortt 35 Eoia Blehlman 38 Tereia Uhlen 37 Anna Frltich 3S Mamie Uebelhor 39 Barbara Daller 40 Mary FrlUch 41 Lorena Block 42 Mary Pohl t3Don Metten 44 Sophia Fleich 45 Mary McDowell 40 Katie Dennert7Kary Bchrelner 48 Mamie Fleich 49 JTnlla Bchtaldlell IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A twostory dwelling house took fire in East Belfast It was got under control little damage being done but on a search being made of the premises the occupier a man named McWatters was found dead in bed having evidently been suffocated by the smoke At Dundalk petty sessions a young man named James McKeonn of Bridge street was brought up in custody charged with stabbing Mrs Julia Mur phy who keeps a lodging house in the Lower End The accused was remanded incustodyAt held in Belfast of representatives of the Ulster Farmers an Laborers Union at which T W Russe was the only member of Parliament pres ent it was resolved to ask the Ulster members to vote against the second read ing of the new land bill unless clause 36 was withdrawn The congress ot the Irish National Teachers Organization concluded at Cor on Friday A resolution was passed re scinding that passed in reference to residual grant Among the resolution- passed was one trusting that manager- and teachers would introduce the teaching of Irish in their schools and expres sing the opinion that students in all training colleges in Ireland should receive instruction in Irish At Limerick quarter sessions befor- Judge Adams the Limerick Fishery Con servators appealed from the decision of the Magistrates at New Pallas petty ses sions dismissing three summonses for illegal fishing by a spear on the part of two men named Martin and Frank Ryan His Honor reversed the decision of th Magistrates and imposed a fine in each case with costs remarking that persons killing spawning fish should besent to jail for eighteen months- A warrant was issued by J Woulfe Flanagan R M for the arrest of an ex rate collector of the Kings County Council named Walter Kane on the charge of having embezzled a sum which he is alleged to have received as rates from the Great Southern Western Railway Com pany and failed to lodge to the credit of the County Council The information was sworn by John V Brown Assistant Secretary of the County Council The defaultiug collector has not yet been ar restedInformation has reached Sligo that a man named Moye aged about thirty years who bad spent some time in the United States was found dead hanging from a greased rope which he had ap parently adjusted with great care His mother who was sick in bed heard a scream and on going into the room saw the terrible sight Deceaseds niece who was about to go to the United States the following week had left the house o some business and he took advantage of her absence to commit the awful deed John E Redmond M P was pre sented with the honorary freedom of the city of Cork Addressing the corporation he claimed that the attendance of th Irish party in the House of Commons this session had been far better than that of any English party and better than that of any Irish party he had known during his twentyfive years of public life He described the lland bill Intro duced by Wyndham as a halting and in sjBcere measure and said he did not be Have the Government bad any sincer- Intention of going oa with jt 4As was the case in the Limerick City quarter sessions there was no criminali business for trial at the county tldj the court which was opened by fife Honor Judge Adams HU hour was fl- t7 f f accordingly presentedMJjtjsa Pair of white gloves He saldjmatuie was very glad to receive the prSSBifitton especially on that occaslonftiraejoicedj for the sake of the county afiffthe honor of the county that there were no criminals and also because it would facilitate him in getting to Liskennet races for which he would start in twenty minutes At Kilrush petty sessions a milk con tractor named Mary Williams was charged by the Guardians with supply ing the Uuion with milk of a debased description The master of the work house produced the certificate of Sir Charles Cameron declaring that the milk had been deprived of 16 per cent of fats The master said on another occasion Williams drove In her cows and they were milked in his presence and a sample of their milk forwarded fdr analysis The analysts certificate showed that it was a debased article also lastdSmythsBresignation as Coroner of North Kildare Dr Smyth has recently been appointed Medical Inspector to the Local Govern ment Board and in consequence had to resign the positions of Dispensary Medical Officer of Naas Medical Officer andkCoroner He is a Nationalist Local in terest in the elections for Dispensary andscanvassspositions pursued A shocking discovery was made at No 115 Rialto Cottages Dolphins Barn all the inmates of the house being found dead having been suffocated by escaping gas The victims were Augustus ONeill hadenot been seen alive since Saturday and it is surmised that after retiring to bed on Saturday night they were overcome by the gas fumes The neighbors whose suspicion that all was not right was aroused by their nonappearance com policeewho on effecting an entrance found the three inmates dead All who have taken part or interest in the Gaelic revival movement will be sincerely grieved to learn of the death of Mrs Seumas McManus wife of the young Donegal writer whose sketches of Irish peasant life have brought him fame To many she was known only as Miss Anna Johnston daughter of Robert Johnston whose repute as an Irish Nationalist for more than forty years adds sorrow to the melancholy news The author of many admirable poems and essays mostly on Irish subjects she was throughly imbued with the Celtic spirit and her sentiment was the inspiration of Irish nationality The members of the Skibbereen Young Ireland Society decided at a recent meet ing to start a fund for the erection of a monument in Skibbereen to the men of 98 48 and 67 Already the arrangements in connection with the collection are well under way and the members intend traveling through and soliciting subscriptions in all the towns and dis tracts of South and West Cork for the receivednmany promises of support not alone in the locality but from Cork men in Theyhopewhich will be wsrthy of the town thetopened by an impersonation of Hoods masculine lady in curls a female of angular proportions severe demeanor and uncertain age and temper She said il ahall not give you anything If you had been wise you would not have come Theeweary I am a policemans wife and if he were in he would take yon The tired tourist gazed at herd+moment from head to foot Ifftsofcyotthed takeaaybody Ihs face for him lie had two seconds atartla a t Iizcc = FFAiHFULMAYS God Bless Ireland and the Irish Race Wherever They Dray Be Touching Expression of Pope Leo XIII to William OBrien Praises the Work Doln In Free America Foi Charityt and RelitI gfIonit t LETTER TO AMERICAN HIERARCHY The New York Worlds Rome corre spondent cables that the Pope received William OBrien MP the great Irish stateman and foun erofthe United Irish League and his wife in a special private audience on Thursday jot last week at which nobody else was present When interviewed after the audience Mr OBrien said IIHls Holiness was pleasedl to speak of my hard struggles in the cause of Ireland whereupon I said that the Irish were a race of nearly twenty million principally Hviag in America and all filled with reverence for his Holiness and his su preme office- The Pope replied Yes I have just been reminded how widespread the Irish race is Only yesterday I received Car dinal Moran of Australia who used to be Bishop of Ossory in your country and Archbishop Kelly who has gone out to Sydney to fill his place another great IrishmanThen after a little the Pope added Ireland always has been affectionately in my thoughts She was always faithful from the days of St Patrick to this mo I mentFinally with most touching kind ness the Pope said You will take away with you my blessing for yourself your wife and for Ireland I repeat it God bless Ireland and the Irish race wherever they may beh The address of the Bishops of the United States to the Pore on the occasion of his jubilee was published Tuesday evening in the Osservatore Romano the official organ of the Vatican The Pope is replying in a letter id which he thanks the Bishops and praises the work they have done and are doing in free America in behalf of religion and charity and especially by meaps of schools and other institutions Headed by the Right Rev Bishop Charles McDonnell of Brooklyn the band of fortysix Catholic pilgrims whose departure for Rome was announced in a former issue have arrived safely in the Holy City They will be given aI special audience and will present 10000 as a special Peters pence contribution in honor of the Popes jubilee year CHAS QOVAN DEAD News reached this city that Charles Govan aged forty years a stonecutter and a member of the firm of Dalton Govan of Lexington died Monday at Colorado Springs of consumption He had been ill fora long time and had been sent to Colorado by his physicians He leaves a wife and one child a boy aged twelve The remains were brought to Lexington for interment Every indication points to Adam Helm berger of New Albany Being placed at the head of the Indiana State ticket by ItkeI approaching Democratic convention I w 4 J Th Democrats feel confident of victory this year as there is much internal dis sension among the Republicans allover the State ABANDONED This Farm Surely Was Hard Stony and Sour Land She was on the witness stand in her own behalf being also defendant in the action She was a sturdy widow hard working shrewd in a deal and garrulous A landlord was suing for back rent on a little farm she had abandoned You say that the land was hard and sour and sterile suggested the attorney for the plaintiff Thats what I said only I wasnt so persniffity about it and Ill say more Just a moment please We want evidence not opinions Did you raise anything on this land of ours Land of oursl with a sniff You never owned a thimbleful of it Yes I didraise things on it It took two hills to raise a bean and a whole row of corn to raise a nubbin I raised a cabin I raised a pigpen and I tried to raise a goat but it starved to death poor thingl That ground wouldnt raise dog fennel or even Canada thistles Dont exaggerate please You say the soil was sour I couldnt exaggerate about that ground if I was a lawyer In the morn ing when the dew was steaming off in the sunshine youd think you was living I next door to a pickle factory I kept my sugar in an airtight jar Pshaw Thats ridiculous I suppose the ground was so hard you could not blast it- Nuthing of the kind Im here to tell the truth But Ill tell you how hard that ground was I had to chop my set onions out with a hatchet and a big gander I bought broke his neck trying to pull a tuft of sPear grass The land lord did not recover GOOD MEN BOTH Gov Beckham last Tuesday appointed Messrs John Schmelzer and George Rautenbush members of the State Board of Barber Commissioners under the pro visions of the act passed by the late Legislature Better selections could not have been made Both are well qualified for the office and are sure to perform their duties to the satisfaction the bar bers and the general public TRIP TO CORK Messrs Roger McGrath Secretary of the Board of Public Works James Dugan of the Louisville Nashville railroad and James Freeman with the Louisville Gas Company all popular Irishmen of the East End are arranging their com ing summer vacations with a view to visiting the Cork Expositiin which opens within a short time The three have many friends la the Emerald Isle who are anxious foe their coming GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Big Four Route Sunday April 27II to points in Indiana Gas Belt Special J train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot j at 7 oclock a rn Returning train ar rives at Louisville at 1140 p m Ex Jremely low round trip rates as follows Rnshville 1 Knightstown 11 Ander sonl25jAtuncie 125 Alexandria 125 Tickets on sale at city office 218 Fourth avenue and at the depot S J Gates General Agent Mobile Ala bas an Irish Catholic Mayor Hon Walter F Walsh who has for years been prominent in public affairs of that city He isa member of the Catholic Knights of Atneriea and served oa the Law Committee of the last Su prelIM Council a q Cr l HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Ladies Auxiliary of Massachusetts has a State degree staff The popularity of the degree team con tinues to increase On all sides is heard praise of their fine work Tom Cody and Officer James Twohig were among those warmly welcomed by the members of Division 1 Tuesday nightDivision 1 elected John F Sullivan t membership Tuesday night and receive- the I applications of Dr Robert E Me Donogh Neal Dittoe and Michael OBrienDenver Hibernians have already made great preparations for the national convention and the work continues The convention will be the most importantt ever held Last Sunday the degree staff of Division 26 of Neponsett worked the four degrees of the new ritual on eighteen candidates for division 25 of Newton Lower Falls Mass Michael J Walsh of Division 3 the popular section foreman of the Pennsyl vania road who had been quite ill for two weeks was reported entirely wellt Monday night leaving none on the sick listNone of the divisions meet next week Members of the order have every rea son to feel elated over the work per formed this week Begining with Divis- Ion 3 on Monday night every meeting was largely attended The prizes offered by County President McNulty of New York county for th four divisions initiating the greatest number of candidates will be awarded during the present month The divisions winning the prizes are Divisions 7 2 1 3 and 16- Our good friend John E Browne the popular Zanestreet grocer has accepted the Captaincy of the guard for the County Board degree team The selec tion was a wise one and the work of the guards will hereafter be an interesting feature of the initiatory exercises National President Keating Vice Presi dent Dolan and exPresident OConnor addressed large meetings of the order iin Richmond and Washington on Thursday and Friday nights The meetings were arranged in response to a popular demand for a general ventilation of topics of Irish interestThe National Board of Directors and officers met Wednesday at Old Point Comfort to discuss and act upon the ques tion of consolidation with the Australian Hibernians Should both unite the order will be increased by at least 100000 mem bers and theJAustralians will be repre rented at the national convention at I DenverThe Denyer Catholic contains a glow ing report of the open meeting of Division 2 last week There was an excellent programme and the audience was highly pleased The hall was crowded and Edward McGovern mnde a short but forceful talk and plainly set forth why every young Irishman should become a member of the Ancient Order of Hiber niansDivision 8 of Syracuse observed its tenth anniversary with the greatest Iii bernian celebration ever held iq Syracuse The programme was thoroughly Irish and gave great satisfaction to the large audience that filled Kearney Hall Hon James K McGnire and National Vice principalspeakers1 hearers to the highest degree of enthusi asm This division is one of the moat progressive ia New York State and is ably guided by President Farrell J FOR BEST OLD aa- MIKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON I SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run OutrBROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in smallbyard requiring about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1809 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1000 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs February 61 March 161 illinOiS Goiltral BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville Memphis dAND New OrleansTwo Fast Trains Daily Yes tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas 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 reservations from Chicago Cincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnatior Louisville without change and at low rates 9eAgent- W J McBRIDB City AgentFourth A H HansonG ChicagoWnsAlfred A G P A Louisville Home Seekers excursions at very LOW RATES to many points in the following territory Arizona Colorado Idaho Indian Terri tory Iowa Kansas Michigan Minne sota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Texas Utah Wisconsin and Wyoming over th- eBig Four Route Selling dates March 4 and 18 April 1 and 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Day1 70000 IN STAKES AND PURSES 0EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATStY FAULTLESS Wisdom Manifested in thc Holy Fathers Jubilee Encyclical Sovereignty Is Front God Not From Consent of the People Evils of Society Due to Attempt- to Divorce Itself From God and Church ARMED PEACE LIKE DISASTROUS WAR Last Sunday in many of the Catholic churches throughout the country was read Pope Leos jubilee encyclical In the opening he refers feelingly to his own surprising vitality and after a brief discussion of conditions against which the church has to struggle the holy Father says It is manifest that if there is not some betterment soon the bases of society will crumble and drag down with them the great and eternal principles of law and morality It is in consequence of this condition of things that the social body beginning with the family is suffering such serious evils For the lay State forgetting its limita tions and the essential object of the authority which it wields has laid its bands on the marriage bond to profame it and has stripped it of its religious char acter It has dared as much as it could In the matter of that natural right which parents possess to educate their children and in many countries it has destroyed the stability of marriage by giving a local sanction to the licentious institu tion ofdlvorce- Atl know the result of these attacks More than words can tell they have multi plied marriages which are prompted only by shameful passions which are speedily dissolved and which at times bring about bloody tragedies at others the most shocking infidelities We say nothing of the innocent offspring of these unions the children who are abandoned or whose morals are corrupted on one side by the bad example of the parents on the other by the poison which the officially lay State constantly pours into their hearts Along with the family the political and social order is also endangered by doctrines which ascribe a false origin to authority and which have corrupted the genuine conception of government For if sovereign authority is derived formally from the consent of the people and not God who is the supreme and eternal principle of all power it loses in the eyes of the governed its most august characteristic and degenerates into an artificial sovereignty which rests on unstable and shifting bases namely the will of those from whom it is said to be derived Do we not see the consequences of this error in the carrying out of our laws Too often these laws instead of being sound reason formulated in writing are but the expression of the power of the greater number and the will of the pre loininent political party It is thus that the mob is cajoled in seeking to satisfy its desires that a loose rein is given to popular passion even when it disturbs the laboriously acquired tranquility of the State when the disorder in the last extremity can only be quelled by violent measures and the shedding of blood Consequent upon the repudiation of those Christian principles which had contributed so efficaciously to unite the nations in the bonds of brotherhood and to bring all humanity into one great family there has arisen little by little in the international order a system of jealous egotism in consequence of which the nations watch each other if not with hate at least with the suspicion of rivals Hence in their great undertakings they lose sight of the lofty principles of moral- Ity and justice and forget the protection which the feeble and the oppressed have a right to demand In the desire by which they are actuated to increase their national riches they regard only the opportunity which circumstances afford the advantages successful enterprises and the tempting bait of an accomplished fact sure that none will trouble them in the name of the right or tbe respect which right can claim Such are the fatal principles which have consecrated material power as the supreme law of the world and to themia to be imputed the limitless increase of military establishments and that armed peace which in many respects isequiva lent to a disastrous war The miserable andiUon also of a large part of the pOorer classes who assuredly merit our iseistattce furnishes an admirable oppor tunity for the designs of scfawaiag agi tatorrs sad especially of Soclaltat factious rI 11 n i which hold out to the humbler classes the most extravagant promises and use them to carry out the most dreadful projects Hence springs savage anarchy Those who start on a dangerous descent are soon hurled down in spite of themselves into the abyss Prompted by an inexorable logic a society of veritable criminals has been organized which at its very first appearance has by its savage character startled the world Repudiating all union with society and cynically scoffing at law religion and morality its adepts have adopted the name of Anarchists and propose to utterly subvert the actual conditions of society by making use of every means that a blind and savage passion cau sug gest Who does not feel a thrill of horror indignation and pity at the remembrance of the many victims that of late have fallen beneath its blows emperors empresses kings presidents of powerful republics whose only crime was the sovereign power with which they were invested We have extolled liberty and its ad vantages to the skies and have pro claimed it as a sovereign remedy and an incomparable instrument of peace and prosperity which will be most fruitful In good results But facts have clearly shown us that it does not possess the power which is attributed to it Eco nomic conflicts struggles of the classes are surging around us like a conflagra tion on all sides and there is no promise of the dawn of the day of public tran quility In point of fact and there is no one who does not see it liberty as it iis now understood that is to say a liberty granted indiscriminately to truth and to error to good and to evil ends only in destroying all that is noble generous and holyand in opening the gates still wider to crime to suicide and to a multi tude of the most degrading passions The doctrine is also taught that the development of public instruction by making the people more polished and enlightened would suffice as a check to unhealthy tendencies and to keep man in the ways of uprightness and probity But hard reality has made us feel every day more and more of how little avail iIs instruction without religion and morality As a necessary consequence of inexperi ence and of the promptings of bad pas sion the mind of youth is enthralled by the perverse teachings 61 the day It absorbs all the errors which an unbridled press does not hesitate to sow broadcast and which depraves the mind and will of youth and foments in them that spirit of pride and insubordination which so often troubles the peace of families and cities So also was confidence reposed in the progress of science Indeed the century which has just closed has witnessed progress that was great unexpected stupendous But is it true that it has given us all the fullness and healthfulness of fruitage that so many expected from it- Society in its foolhardy effort to escape from God has rejected the divine order and revelation and it is thus withdrawn from the salutary effects of Christianity which is manifestly the most solid guar autee of order the strongest bond of fraternity and the inexhaustible source of public and private virtue This sacri legious divorce has resulted in bringing about the trouble which now disturbs the world Hence it is the pale of the church which this lost society must reenter if it wishes to recover its wellbeing its re pose and its salvation ST CECILIAS The Bazar a Place of Beauty and Pleasure Will Continue St Cecilias hall with its daintily dec orated booths and attractive displays is a place of beauty creditable to the decorators and everything Is for the pleasure of visitors The country store Of the St Josephs Sodality with its varied stock is a sourceof much curiosity and amusement and the girls have other pretty articles Young Ladies Sodality have a tea set several beautiful pictures and many varieties St Vincents have Pope Leos picture and useful things Catholic Knights and Ladies have two fine heating stoves and attractive articles Ladies Altar Society besides attending the refreshments have a booth with fine pictures and some exquisite needle work There are loads of coal barrels of flour and anything you may wish for your money On Sunday the ladies will pre pare dinner and supper for visitors Monday afternoon St Patricks schoolchildren will be guests of the barar Take West Main street cars to Twenty fifth and St Cecilia streets THE AVENUE For next week the Avenue has under lined Martina big production of Uncle Tows Cabin a play that has been famous for nearly half a century The company Is a lone and the scenic and stage effect are equal to any ever- IIHU here Uncle Totas Cabink U too- well known to aaul extended fioNoe i c II THEiORIMES ACT dtx6 Irish Ijftftiicrs Can No Longer Bo Responsible For Its Consequences Never Has Coercion Been So Gratuitously Applied in Ireland Has Far Less Crime Titan Any Other Country In Europe UNEXAMPLED MOCKERY OF TilE LAW Ireland will celebrate the coronation of Edward VII as she celebrated the first jubilee of Queen Victoriawith jails full of political prisoners convicted by mockery of law With unbridled police rule to exasperate the people the Irish leaders can no longer be responsible for conse quences Never has coercion been so gratuitously applied in Ireland as by Irish Secretary Wyndhams proclaiming nine counties under the crimes act Never has it caused such bitter resent ment cables the Dublin correspondent of the New York World Being called upon in the House of Commons by John Redmond and the Irish party to justify his action Wynd ham utterly failed to make out a case for exceptional legislation He was only able to give seven cases of real boycotting throughout Ireland admitted that no crime of violence or of a serious char acter had arisen from the agrarian ques tion and could not deny that taken all round Ireland has less crime than any other country in Europe at present and has had less for some time back The real object of coercion is to crush the League and thus enable the landlords to get higher rates for the purchase of their holdings than the United Irish League advises tenants to pay The issuing of the proclamation putting the crimes act in force was due to the influence of Lord Londonderry now in the Cabinet who is the leader of the Irish landlord party and to the inciting and the gross exaggerating of circumstances by certain London newspapers whose pictures of conditions in Ireland Secre tary Wyndham himself acknowledged were ridiculous travesties of the truth In order to coerce tenants to pay more than the market price for their holdings the British Cabinet has suspended trial by jury in nine counties which have 1500000 inhabitants whose liberties are placed at the mercy of two police magis trates who never were known to acquit anybody who without legal knowledge have jurisdiction in vague charges of conspiracy and who if they fail to con vict may be immediately transferred or dismissed Moreover no one charged with any offense indictable before a jury can be tried in his own county but at the request of the Attorney General venue must be changed to any other part ofIrelandUnder power Nationalist tenants whom there was no chance of convicting anywhere else have been taken to Bel fast to be tried by an Orange jury In short every Nationalist in those nine counties is deprived of every constitu tional right and is placed absolutely in the power of any policeman who con siders himself influential among his fel lows and chooses to trump up any kind of charge to bring him before the re movable magistrates The Government does not even make any pretense of doing anything forthe admitted grievances of tenants 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