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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN t rVOLQMF VIIINO 18 rLOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 3 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS IMPORTANT Rulings of Grand President Luby Sustained by Mackin Council Two Largely Attended Meetings and Many Accessions to the Y M I o The Government Owenershlp Is Warmly Debated by Mem bers of Trinity YOUNG LADIES AUXILIARY WORKING Mackin Council held two important and largely attended meetings this week The first occurred Sunday afternoon and was called at the suggestion of Grand President Luby of Lexington who came to Louisville to render his decision upon matters pertaining to the future course to be pursued by this prosperous and strong organization of Catholic young men When be arrived at the club house at 2 oclock there was a great gathering to greet him and before leaving he ex pressed himself pleased with the cordial reception accorded him and the results of his visit- President Frank Murphy occupied the chair and introduced the distinguished visitor who delivered a short but elo quent address that was well received After congratulating Mackin Council upon its steady growth and dwelling upon the condition of the Young Mens Insti tute in the Kentucky jurisdiction he stated that the principal object of his visit was to render rulings upon ques tions now pending and which would have an important bearing upon the future course of the organization Able and eloquent speeches were made by Messrs James Shelly and Dan Cuuniff upon the questions submitted by President Luby At the earnest request of the members he ruled upon all pending questions before leaving and the great applause that greeted his decisions was sufficient to demonstrate that all present agreed there with President Luby Las made anex cellent record and up to date his rulings have all been sustained Before leaving he was introduced to all the members who hope for another visit from him in the near future Tuesday night Mackin Hall was the scene of the biggest meeting of the year Three young men Messrs Will J Daly Louis J Keifer Jr and Ambrose Refs were elected members and the degrees were conferred upon Messrs George W Koertner Ambrose Reis and Joseph Kemper President Murphy was again in the chair which he relinquished for a time to Dr Alphonse Bizot who presided with pleasing dignity and impartality shQwing a knowledge of parliamentary law that surprised his most ardent ad mirers His work in conferring the degrees was well done indeed and left a lasting impression upon the minds of all presentWill Bannon and Frank Zook two of the founders of the society were given a hearty welcome upon their reappearance at the meeting Jack Shelly Chairman of the Entertainment Committee made his final report turning over a check for a handsome sum to Treasurer Joe Stel tenpohl The report was greetedwith rounds of cheers and the committee weregiven a rising vote of thanks for their earnest work Progress was reported by the gentlemen having in charge the arrangements for the annual outing at Fern Grove Pickets were distributed to members and the announcement made that a large number of prizes had been secured for distribu tion among the purchasers President Murphy announced the decisions of President Luby and upon motion they were concurred in by a practically unanimous vote This clears the deck for Mackin and now the young men and ladles of the West End will go earnestly to work to wipe out the remain ing debt upon the beautiful club house and grounds The debate announced to take place atI Trinity Hall on Monday night attracted a great audience Admission to the public being free A more interesting subject than Government ownership of railroads could not have been selected and fromI beginning to end the utmost interest was manifested The subject was handled InI a strong and able manner by both sides Dr Phil Beutel Jr and George Rennei sen took the side of Government owner ship while the negative was assigned to David OConnell and Eugene Cooney To each side an hours time was allowed David OConnell opening the debate followed by Dr Beutel Both were eloquent and forceful but strongly reminded one of the oldtime Fourth of July oration Upon the subject neither had much to say their time being given to matters not pertinent but interspersed with anec dotes and hits that convulsed the audi ence with laughter The argument of Messrs Cooney and Rennelsen was listened to with careful attention each being frequently warmly applauded They had given careful study to the subject and came fortified with facts and figures tp bear out their statements The audience teemed about equally divided and it was only after quite a session that the five jjudges deoided torlW1era iouwnichWe itt1 W V Meatr OCottBell 7I 7HI 7 ra j and Cooney This is the first of a series of debates to be inaugurated for the bene 1 fit of the young men members whom Iit is expected wilt be mnch Improved thereby Trinity Council is up and doing and scarcely a week passes that some feature is not put forward to interest the young people of the East End On May 14 a comedy entitled Josiahs Courtship will be presented the cast of characters being selected from members of the Young Ladies Auxiliary and the coun cil It will be elaborately staged and given a royal production under the di rection of Theo Krieger Invitations are also out for the first select dance of Trinity Council which takes place at Fountain Ferry Park on MII20 Young John Sullivan is Chairman of the com mittee in charge and he says this will be the banner social event of the season in Y M I circles The Young Ladies Auxiliary will tender their friends a reception at Foun tain Ferry Park ib the near future Invitations for which will be issued next week Thursday night they entertained over 200 hundred of their friends at the club house and realized a handsome sum for a worthy purpose They have also furnished a handsome room at St An thonys Hospital and during the past winter have been hard workers for a large number of deserving charities The auxiliary has now a fine membership and it is hoped those whom these young ladies have heretofore so kindly assisted will aid them in the dance and reception which they are about to give for their own treasury Miss Mayme Kieley is the efficient and esteemed President and has surrounded herself with many of the most popular young ladies of the city THOS JUSTA DEAD Was For Years Popular Libra rian of St Francis Hall Thomas Justa for year the popular librarian at St Francis Hall passed peacefully away Tuesday afternoon at his residence 951 Fifth street after a pro tracted illness Tom rusts as he was popularly known came to Louisville from Rochester N Y fiftynine years ago and though of quiet and unassuming disposition few men had more friends and acquaintances In this city While a young man he engaged in steamboating acquiring fame as a pilot from St Louis to New Orleans in the palmy days on the Western waters Wishing to be more with his family he gave up the river to engage in business here but his generosity and trust in everybody pre vented his deserved success He was very much esteemed by a wide circle of acquaintances and by his even temper and common sense made friends of all with whom he came in contact especially the Bishop of this diocese and the clergy at the Cathedral where he served so faithfully in charge of the library His wife three daughters and one sonMrs Lapsey Mrs Barton Mrs Casler and Thomas Justasurvive him The funeral services took place Thursday morning at the Dominican church and were conducted by his nephew Rev Thomas Justa O P the Rev Father Deppen preaching the funeral sermon The interment was in St Louis cemetery UNION LABOR Contral Body Takes Prompt Action Against Unfair Employers The Central Labor Union had its hands full last Sunday all the business trans acted touching upon matters of consid erable interest in the labor world A request from Milwaukee not to patronize Quinns base ball team was concurred in For some time he has been fighting the bookbinders of that city and in retaliation the workingmen propose to shun all his enterprises until he recognizes their rights This does not mean opposition to President Tebeau or the Louisville team who have the friendship and sup port of all union men Gen Otis has become notorious for his hostility to trades unions through his fighting the Typographical Union and his Los Ange les Times was therefore placed upon the unfair list That sheet is being boycot ted out of existence and can not long stand the fight being made against it The local Musicians Union asked the assistance of the delegates in securing for the union bands the engagements given by church committees and fraterIi nal societies now given to nonunion musicians who follow other callings and furnish only poor music The committee j having in charge the banquet to James McGill President of the State Federation of Labor made their report Prominent speakers have been invited and all the details arranged excepting the place where the banquet will be held Com I munications were read from the Elks Salesmen New Albany chainmakers and labor bodies throughout the country alt receiving proper Consideration A num ber of new delegates were admitted among them James McGrath Edward David Ferleigh McCarthy Val Schaefer Henry Hunter Edward Newcomb John Gloub David Diibourg and Charles Lowery I I A box of powdered borax should always be kept on the wink sbeJlA little added to the water in which dish towels are watbad will 4kelp much to keep them wMt and cteaa and will at the sane tine keep oaea band soft and smooth 1 1OJI 1SUMMER RESORT Fountain Ferry Park Opens For the Coming Season Sunday The seal of fashion and popularity has been set on Fountain Ferry Park and its patronage this season will inaU proba bility be more modish And representative in character than it ever was in the past The delights of dining in the open airI in summer were discovered long and the spring and summer crowds especially on Sunday afternoons and evenings have been large This spring society appears to have decided to dine more numerously in the parks and if this mood continues the restaurant at Fountain Ferry Park may become as famous as those in Central Park New York and the Bois de Boulogne in Paris Tony Landenwich has arranged addi tional terraces and tables for his summer diners and the opportunities for eating under the stars in summer have been in creasedFountain Ferry will be opened to the public for the coming season tomorrow with two concerts by the Louisville Military Band In the park will be found many attractions for children who accom pany their elders such as merrygo rounds swings ponies hammocks etc For several weeks e large force of men have been making improvements and the result will be an agreeable surprise to visitors as this beautiful resort never be fore presented as inviting an appearance as at present Old and young may min gle here in perfect safety as under no circumstances will persons of doubtful character be allowed to enter the park at any time It will be open every after noon and evening during the weekand no better place can be found to spend a few pleasant hours MERRY MAIDS Their Appearance In Operatta Promises a Pleasing Surprise The rehearsals of the Choral Society for the coming operetta The Merry Milkmaids are proceeding steadily under the direction of Messrs W T McNally and P A Starke the well known tenor It is stated by musicall critics lbat the chores composed of seventyfive voices surpasses in sweet ness and volume any of the productions of this opera that have heretofore been given while the ability of the leaders iii so well known as to need no comment The ladles taking the principal parts are Miss Josephine Kelly Miss Edith Kir wan Miss Blanche Gordon Miss Clara Swift tiffs Nettie Carey Miss Adele Cady Mrs Joseph De Coursey Miss Rose Jansen Miss May Scott Miss Eliza Hannon Miss Catherine Davern and Miss Everelda Specht while among the gentlemen are Messrs William Imorde Dr Louis Dugan De Reyke Cameron Capt James ONeal and Judge Phil Cody who are easily acknowledged to be the best of the younger vocalists of the city The production will be given in the early part of June at Macauleys and a full list of those participating will appear later in these columns Mrs Kate Newman President of the Choral Society is confident that the affair will bea social as well as financial success Box parties will be given by a number ofprominent persons in fact the demand for boxes exceeded the supply The cos tuming has been given particular atten tion and the ballet will certainly be enjoyed by all The proceeds of the affair will be used for charitable purposes CATHOLICS INCREASING Number Nearly OneHalf the ChurchGoing Population At the fourth annual meeting in New York City on Wednesday of the May nooth Alumni Association of the United Statta Dr McCready of New York was elected President Dr Toner of St Paul Vice President Father Coyne of Winona Minn Member of the Council Speaking on the progress of the Catholic church in the United States Father Sheedy of New York sidtTaking the religious census for the past year compiled by Dr H K Carroll a Protestant clergyman it is found that of the 653000 new members that were added to the various denominations 468083 were added to the Catholic church The iu crease In population was 218 per cent while the Catholic increase for the year was 54 per cent Of the 20000000 church members in the United States Dr Carroll set down 9000000 or nearly onehalf as Catholics ISPLENDID SHOWING Recently Bishop Moeller of Columbus Ohio paid a ante of 21000 on the die cesan debt lna little over a year the debt has been reduced over Jl50000 a splendid showing and oae which is the source of much pride to the diocese The present balance la 42000 ICOPffBSOCIAL eachrefer the bene fit of the Mercy Hospitall will be given Wednesday afternoon and eveningl at Bechtdlalllin Jeffenoftvllfe i1ke ladies baying the afair in charge pouri sill I who attend an enjoyable tI1I u ir VOLUNTEERS Will Be Given Hearty Recep tion at Music Hall Wednesday I LndleH Are Working Earnestly For the Success of This Affair IitI Many Handsoiuejand Valuable Prizes ForriioseTYlioI Attend n i rt WELL KNOWN CITIZENS IN CHARGE f Auiong the many social organizations in Louisville none are more popular than the Volunteers which is composed of well known citizens mostly of Irish EDWARD J DALTON Chairman of the Committee Arranging- the Reception nationality among the number being many who have seen service under various flags and in all parts of the world These gentlemen have been bapdedjogether prj number of years their principal ol7jefr Being trf assist in all worthy undertakings that would be beneficial to this community For several years past it has been the custom of their friends to tender them a public reception the proceeds of whichwere turned over to the Executive Committee for such purposes as would meet their approval This years affair is announced to take place next Wednesday afternoon and evening at Music Hall when a big social euchre and dance will be given in addition to a number of other pleasing attractionsFor weeks a committee of well known gentlemen Messrs Edward J Dalton James Ratlgau Dennis J Glee son James McBride A J Sheridan Robert Mitchell Michael Lyons and A J Moll have been making every prepa ration for the event and so great has grown the interest that a number of pop ular ladies among them Mesdames Ben Sandman Lahood Karem Mary Gleeson James McBride and Misses Mary Mc Elliott and Katie Foley kindly offered their services and are now working earnestly for its success and the Vol unteers will be surprised at the warmth of their reception The music for the occasion will be furnished by Scallys Union Band and this is all the assurance yonng people require for a good time The games will be called at 2 oclock in the afternoon and at 8 oclock sharp in the evening in order that other pleasing features may be introduced From Chairman Dalton JAMES RATIGAN One of the Volunteers Who Has Been Around the World we learn that a large number of tickets have been disposed of and a jolly gather lug is assumed An effort will be made to have James Ratigati a member who has twice encircled the globe narrate some of his interesting experiences Few Irishmen have traveled more than he and the narration of some of his advent ures would be especially interesting Those readers pf the Kentucky Irish American Mho would spend a really en joyable evening wilt have no betterop portuhlty than that offered by the gentlemen who compose the Volunteer Socials AS the kdinUeion flaB been placed at tbe11 sues of fwtntyftve acts Made Hall sfcauld W tilled with piiriotic Irishmen with their wivM weethe rU aud frieada I z oJ t I i v J I DERBY RUN TODAY Good Field Will Contest Ken tuckys Most Classic Event This afternoon the great Kentucky Derby for years recognized as the classic event of the American turf will be run at Churchill Downs All day yesterday thousands were arriving to witness this event which is expected to outclass any Derby of recent years Abe Frank and AlanaDale are the favorites but there are ninny who will pin there faith to the Rival who has done some phenome nal work during the past two days There will be five starters in the Derby and it may be that others will yet come to the string All week President Schulte and Secretary Dressen have been kept busy there never before being so many horses at the track They are greatly encouraged and feel confident this meet ing will be the most successful ever held hereSix good races will be run each day in all of which large fields are entered There will be Stake races every day the Debutante occurring on Thursday and the Clarke handicap on Saturday The track is in excelleut condition and some surprising records are expected Every arrangement that will conduce to the comfort of its patrons has been made by the New Louisville Jockey Club and each day the grandstand will present a brilliant appearance as Kentuckys fairest daughters will be there in unusually large numbers Our citizens should give the club their hearty support for It has done much for Louisville a THEIR PATRON SAINT Passionlst Fathers Celebrate His Feast With Grand Services The Passionist Fathers who are noted among the great missionary priests of the country celebrated the feast of their patron St Paul of the Cross with im pressive services tit their monastery on the Newburg road last Monday The solemn high mass was celebrated by Rev Father Raffo assisted by Fathers Con nolly and Melody and Father Dunn of the Dominican church delivered the ora tion which was pronounced one of the most able and eloquent ever heard in the monastery chapel After the mass there was a bountiful dinner at which were seated many prominent clergymen and laymen from this city prominent among the former Right Rev Edmund Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemani and Very Rev Father Fowler Prior at St Louis Ber trands this city The celebration con cluded with solemn vespers in the after noon ZENDA DANCING CLUB Popular Club to Repeat Their Late SuccessfulAffair After many repeated requests from those attending the dance and reception given lately at the Athletic Club house by the Zenda Dancing Club the members have decided to arrange for reception at the same hall Friday evening May 23 It was the unanimous opinion of everyone of the large crowd who attended the last affair that it was a success in every way and certainly deserved a repetition Kuehrs orchestra which proved so pop ular and which was the recipient of many pleasing compliments has been reengaged for this occasion and if possi ble will try to render a still more pleas- Ing programme The members compris ing the Zenda Dancing Club everyone of whom can be depended upon to show those who attend a pleasant evening are John J Barry Dan JHartnelt John J Grogan Joseph Meixsel Mal J Shaugb nessy Walter Adams J Peudergast William II Miller and Thomas W Fur long UNIQUB CHANGE In order to keep the ypung people of his parish from attending moonlight pic Mica and Saturday night entertainments in public halls the Rev Martin Carroll pastor of St Vincent de Pauls church Brooklyn will have a ballroom in the pew parish hall he is going to have built in Driggs avenue near Sixth street Father Carroll has one of the largest Catholic parishes in Brooklyn about 9000 souls The Saturday night dances will be under the supervision of the priests of the church There will also be card rooms for the boys and young men and other amusements OFFICER JAMES SEXTON The appointment of James Sexton as a patrolman by the Board of Public Safety last Wednesday morning was a popular move on the part of that body as IJlmls a hustling young Democrat and certainly deserved the position Of course it goes without saying that he will make a capable and reliable officer BRilLIANT NUPTIALS The marriage of Miss Elenora Stein and John L McCrocklta at St Brlglds church last Wednesday consummated one of the most brilliant weddings of this year Tie bride was dressed in an ax q Wte KOHMeHne de sole over white taffeUiad carried liliet of ebe valley QDJ and certainly was one of the prettiest brides that ever went to a Louisville altar Miss Dora Trickier was brides maid and looked lovely She wore pale green silk mull white lace hat and car ried white carnations The groom is one of the most valued employes of the firm of J M Robinson Norton Co and has a host of friends all over the city Leo Haydon was best man and Messrs Thomas Newman Martin Doll William Corrigan and Caleb Marratta were the ushers The music under the direction of Prof Robert Burkholder was as fine as ever beard in this city at a wedding Both bride and groom were the recipients of many hearty congratulations and hand some presents After the ceremony which was performed by Rev Father Connolly they left for Cincinnati and Chicago and will visit Right Rev Bishop Spalding cousin of the groom at Peoria before their return hom- eHAMMERS OPENINC Everything In Readiness For Those Who Visit His Park Great preparations have been made for the opening of the season at Hammers Park which takes place tomorrow after noon and evening This cosy park should this season be more liberally patronized than ever before Covered stands have been erected for those who drive or ride out to Jacob Park and extra accommodations arranged for the care of horses and automobiles For this season Mr IIammer has engaged a much better orchestra than that of last year and proposes to make his place an ideall spot for lovers of fine music The HttiV park at the foot of the bills will be a popular resort during the coming summer for the fashionable people of the city love this beautiful drive perfect scenery and invigorating air of the place Mr Ham mer will maintain the best of order and will receive the encouragement of the public in his endeavor to provide them with a place where they can spend the warm summer nights pleasantly without exorbitant cos- tOBJECT A SECRET The St Louis Charity Club Will Give Childrens Outing When men give up their time and de vote their energies to the promotion of education charity or other work of like character working along quietly without any flourish of trumpets it is but right and proper that they should receive some encouragement at the hands of the pub lie Such an organization having for its object principally the cause of tharity working in harmony with but on differ ent lines from the St Vincent De Paul Society is the St Louis Charity Club organized in this city in the early part of February The meetings of the society are held at the office of Messrs J F Wagner Son and are democratic to the last degree On entering the club room one meets Mr Edward J Wagner who looks after the temporal comfort of the guests and members and your gaze can not fail to be drawn to President Hen nessy as he gracefully fills the chair which he is well qualified to do On the right hand sits Secretary McHOnogb with pencil in hand to catch the words of wisdom and motions presented by the worthy members on the left sits Vice President Morthorst and Treasurer Mike Walsh anti all coin in sight is promptly taken care of by the lastnamed gentle man Ranged in a semicircle will be found J F Wagner Dennis Meagher Tom Lynch John J Score John J Crotty John Burke Ben Imorde Pat Kilkenny and William J Connelly all ofwhom are well known for their push energy and tireless work in aiding any good cause brought to their attention The society now has under way a proper and fitting celebration for St Johns day June 24 and will take 600 children to Rivervlew Park for an allday picnic The parents of course and their friends will be welcome on payment of the usual stipend exacted on such occasions The proceeds will be donated to a certain well known charity but as it is intended to give the recipients something of a surprise the object will not for the present be made public A contest has been arranged among several well known young ladies for the prize of 150 in gold which the club is offering for the one selling the most tickets KNIQIITS OP COLUMBUS Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus will have another big Initia tion on Sunday May 11 when the de grees will be conferred upon a class of fifty of Kentuckys leading Catholic citi zens Large delegations are expected from Chicago Cincinnati Indianapolis and other cities In the evening the visitors and members will be banqueted at the Louisville Hotel The growth of this order has been phenomenal and new councils are being instituted in all parts of the country CARNIVAL Preparations for the Elks carnival are reported progressing satisfactorily Con tracts for wiring the grounds and deco rating the Horse Show building have been let and the work begun The decorations will be unusually attractive A appearaaee secured new uniforms for the occasion a ST ANTHONYS Bishop McOloakoy Conducts In tercstlner and Solemn Serv- Ices l at New Hospital Noble Institution Erected by Franciscan Sisters Open to the Public Visited by Thousands of All De nominations and Highly Praised READY FOR RECEPTION OF PATIENTS On last Tuesday morning the doors of the new hospital were thrown open to the thousands of visitors who had gone thither to admire the royal institution that honors the name of St Anthony and gives credit to the humble followers of St Francis Assissi The timehonored custom that obtains in the Catholic church of blessing the rooms corridors and chapel of hospitals as well as aade mies conducted by religious was witnessed in this instance by a large number of friends and wellwishers The procession of priests in all about thirty was an interesting and solemn sight To a thoughtful onlooker this blessing as well as the chanting of litanies and psalms bespeaks the everpresent sameness of the customs peculiar to the Roman Catholic church Time does not alter her practices nor does country change her rules to any appreciable extent if we except the allowances that climate at different epochs make neces sary for the good of her children The early ages the mediaeval ages join with the present in the beautiful customs which she carries to every land and to all nations To the faithful these cus toms are full of significance joy and blessing To the religious who have worked for years with the design of ministering to the stricken ones of His household the completion of this work is a crowning comfort indeed This applies to St Anthonys Hospital A massive building perfect in every detail from re ezquisitchy rooms polished floors steam heat gas and electric lights the new hospital removed from the ceaseless noise of bells and whistles and within reach of mod cityThatSt Anthony as its patron and St Francis itsfounderThe added greatly to the beauty of the building during the days of receiv ing some of the largest and finest palms and ferns to be found anywhere waving their graceful foliage from stairways mantles nooks and niches The ladies who have done such good work for the Sisters and the success of the hospital speak in glowing term of them and the United States Baking Company the Ballard Company and the Whitesides BakeryAbout thirty clergymen including sec ulars Dominicans and Franciscans joined in the procession through the corridors After the hospital had been blessed which RightRevMcCloskeybeJtan The officers of the mass were Right Rev Bishop McCloskey cele brantRight Rev MonsIgnor Bouchet V G assistant priest Right Rev Monsignor Zabler deacon of honor Very Rev Paul All Q F M deacon of honorVery Rev James P Cronin V 0 n deacon of the mass Rev Father Berreshelm subdeacon of the mass Rev Dr George W Scbuhmann first master of ceremonies Rev Denis Murphy second master of ceremoniesRev thurifer Rev Edward Welsh acolyte Rev Joseph Rothheut acolyte Rev John Kalaher bookbearer Rev John Bohlsen candlebearer Rev Bernard Boland crazierbearer Rev Anthony Helling mitrebearer The choir from St Bonifaces church contributed their services and rendered the well known mass In C from Carl Maria Von Weber After religious serv ices A bountiful dinner was served the clergy and representatives of the press and the remainder of the day was given over tp the entertaining of visitors The reception continued until late Thursday evening during all which time expres slops of delight could be heard from every side that something so perfect could be accomplished in such short time by the combined spirit ounanimity and generosityThe crowd of visitors was present Wednesday evening when the Sisters received the city officials in a body Upon their arrival they were met by members of the reception com dlningroanlvlleretbey Mother Superior ina few well chosen and appropriate words Then the build- Ing was inspected from top to bottom and all expressed themselves surprised + and delighted With the hospital which fa- a credit to our city and State Friday WM childrens day and large numbers Vere present tI 7 T u NTUOKY I III A1WERI ASTJ- K KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflfl wwpwxw r- berated te the Morel ax4Seclall AOveecateet t ef alt lrlate AMcrlMiis I wIr4x4IA1r M I1IQQI1 Pabubr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 30 Bntarcd et the Ltnll1postrrtc as 8acea4Cues Matter ICU1t CDQlIIUkUO1 to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil Onea Street tC- TRADES UNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 3 1902 WHO WAS ROCHAMBBAU This is the query appearing in the press anent the approaching unveiling of a monument to the memory of this French hero While in the vein of humor the t query is going the rounds of the press thereis no little real ignor ance at the bottom of it With all our education and boasted knowl edge of our countrys history there tquP is too much ignorance of Rocham beau and other foreigners to whose valor and aid in the hour of need the American people are indebted for the establishment of the Gov ernment whose protection and liberties they enjoy Lafayette is o bout the only foreigner that too many Americans know anything about and the Hessians and their idea of foreign participation in the American Revolution is summed up in Washingtons alleged order Put only Americans on guard resulting in resentment of honors or even the right of domicile and citizenship to foreigners in this country If such people will read American history they will find the list of Frenchmen Germans Irish and Poles who cooperated with the Americans in the Revolu tion many sacrificing life and f- or4tune is a long one besides the aid of France on land and sealarly the lattermade the United States Government a possibility But for such foreign aid it is very doubtful if the Revolution would have resulted in American inde pendence and not at all unlikely it would have failed and Washington and his compatriots adorned gib bets or died in exile instead of be coming the loved and honored 1 founders of the great American Republic the home of the free It was France that furnished the 4 fleets that retarded Englands naval movements the Americans having only a few small vesselsdrove off British ships cut off British rein forcements and supplies cooper ated with the American armies be sides supplying provisions arms and ammunition It was foreign officers who disciplined organized and kept together the raw colonists aad rallied them on hard fought fields at the cost of their lives It was foreign engineers who planned American fortifications and directed sieges and assaults on British strongholds But who was Rochambeau He was but one of the many of those foreign heroes of American liberty He was commander of 6000 French troops sent to aid the Americans at r a critical time during their struggle for liberty rendered valuable ser vice aided in planning and carry ing out successfully the last blow of the war so crushing that Eng land gave it up and recognized the American colonies as free and independent States It was in 1780 the darkest days of the American Revolution The British had swept over Georgia the Carolinas and Virginia leaving only scattered bends of ragged starved illarmed and demoralized Americans hiding away in swamps r and mountains and Cornwallis was at Yorktown with 7000 troops Idawaitingsupplies to be brought by England when with the cooperation of Rawdon on the South the revolutionists were to be- n suppressed Washington driven out of New England had aban cloned New York City to Lord Clinton who with 7000 wen as Tsoonas supplies from England ar Hvelh- delphia was to push on to Phila disperse the Congress and r Moibitate Washingtons army of about 3000 men whom condition r was so deplorable that Phila- delphians subscribed money to buy them food Congress being unable to do so- This was the condition of affairs when in July 1780 a French fleet of seventeen war vessels under Admiral De Ternay besides trans ports with 6000 troops under Rochambeau and supplies and munitions for the American troops arrived off the Rhcde Island coast This French fleet required the at tention of a recently arrived British fleet and prevented its being sent to Cornwallis as intended and the addition of Rochambeaus force put the British in New York on the defensive and they were gradually hemmed in the city preparations being made to lay siege by the allied forces A letter to Rochambeau stated that a British fleet with reinforcements for Corn wallis at Yorktown was about to leave England and that a fleet of twentyeight ships with 3000 French troops had left for Chesapeake bay to intercept the British fleet Then at Rochambeaus suggestion the siege of New York was abandoned and the entire force about 4000 Americans and 6000 French under Washington and Rochambeau =departed for the South to meet the French fleet and join Greenes 2000 Americans in an attack on Yorktown So sud denly did they go that the British in New York thought it a ruse and instead of following or sending re inforcements to Yorktown delayed until the French fleet had block aded Chesapeake bay and Washing ton and Rochambeau had almost reached there Cornwallis hope of reinforcements and supplies was blasted by the French fleet arriving and occupying the bay ahead of the British fleet which was subse quently defeated and forced to retire to New York harbor It was on the French flagship that Washington Rochambeau De Grasse and Knox planned the bom bardment and siege of Yorktown While Washington was nominally in supreme command and fully recognized the bombardment and blockade were directed by Admiral DeGrasse and the movements and assaults of the land forces by Rochambeau The fleet was wholly French the land force of 16000 men was made up of 10000 French and 6000 American troops So earnestly was the siege pressed that it lasted but seventeen days the final assaults being by two forces one American under Lafayette the other French under De Viomenil aided by the guns of the fleet resulting in the carrying of two re doubts Cornwallis position was no longer tenable and he surren dered two days after October 19 1781 This was the last battle of the Revolution though peace was not declared and the independence of the American colonies acknowl edged till i83 This briefly explains who was Rochambeau what he did and why a monument is erected in his honor in the capital of this great American republic notwithstanding he was a foreigner THE WILY YANKEE The coup of the Morgan syndi cate of American capitalists which gives them control of the lleading Atlantic steamship lines and also the worlds merchant marine has caused apprehension and discussion in England Englands great boast of power and commerce and iin deed her greatest advantage over moat other nations has been her far greater number of all kinds of vessels practically monopolizing u the ocean traffic and with her navy claiming dominion over the seas This prestige and advantage is not only the Britons pride butt most jealously prized besides in control of the seas lies Englands only hope of defense against power ful rivals Hence the Morgan coup which transfers the control of the merchant marine to Americans has stirred all England States men the press all classes are talk lug about it and there is manifest a desire to prevent its consummation While this discussion and research reveals the selfish precaution of England in seeking to retain abso lute control of all English corpora tions to the exclusion of foreigners under penalty of forfeiture of charter grants subsidies and rightspermitting foreigners to be shareholders but never managers it also develops the fact that there is no law or court decision to inter fere with the Morgan syndicate plan of assuming control of every English ship corporation and that too with all rights grants and sub sidies under their charters The English law forbids for eigners buying a majority of stock and thus owning a controlling in terest in English corporations the law also prohibits foreigners from holding official or managerial posi tions in English corporations th usual way of obtaining possession and management of a corporation and the English public seemed se cure against American money and enterprise ever depriving Old Eng land of the mastery of the seas and ocean carrying trade AlaslI English law has not been violated The Morgan syndicate has not bought a share of stock nor will any American hold a managerial position To do either while the syndicate might own the stock and manage the lines it would be with out charter rights grants and sub sidiesa valueless purchase that would soon be made useless as well by the competition of new corpora tions with grunts rights and subsidies The Yankee is not investing in that kind of ventures he can do better sometimes without becoming the owner and manager of the business he puts his money into The English ship corporations will continue English iu stockholders officers and direct management flying the British flag just as English law requires and will retain all charter rights grants and sub sidies as such corporations They will however be combined with all the leading ship lines of the world and this combination of American capitalists will direct the business regulate the schedule fix the rates and reap a percentage of the profits of the worlds maritime trade This they propose to do by saving of time and expense by avoiding transshipments with more direct routes by dispensing with waylandings and wharf and storage charges economy in bulk buying of fuel and necessities insuring their own vessels and cargoes and many other ways in which the Yankee is an adept at saving and making money at the same time and that too without cur tailing operations reducing capital or trade but increasing all of them The English accustomed to tra ditional plodding along the same timeworn way can not understand bow it is to be done any more than they can how the Yankee does everything else by new and different ways front the old English and instead of failing and losing ati it is prospering getting rich and pushing ahead to lead the world while England drops farther too ward the rear year by year The Morgan syndicate as it is called has been chartered in New Jersey with a capital of 150000 000 which may be increased It has so far secured control of Amer ican English German Dutch and French ship lines and it is reported will succeed in dealing with the Russian lines in the Pacific The only opposition manifested to it is in England as the Englishmen fear they will be losers under the proposed changed conditions and groundl8illisince pays English toll t C H j ONLY A BLUFF A blusteriagfexMinister has got his name in tie London papers by proposing to stop American ag gression into British markets by imposing a prohibitive tariff on all American products and thus shut out all American exportations from British ports His suggestion is not likely to liel adopted much as the Britishera desire to be spared American aggression for such a course would result in retaliation barring all British goods from American portt Great Britai is not selfsustain fag must be fed and needs all the trade she can get to buy food and clothing she can not raise The United States can raise enough to feed and clothe the world is the best market for aU goods can man ufacture everything that England has to sell or get it from other countries in exchange for bread and meat if England refuses to buy England needstoo much Americans have for sales and Americans are too good customers for what Eng land must sell There is not much likelihood of Great Britain ever adopting a discriminating tariff against American productsnot so much because of that friendly feeling as that she just cant afford to cut off her bread and meat and shut out her best customer atone f stroke of the pen ENGLISH FARMERS KICK i The new British tax does not even please the English farmer who may expect a higher price for his wheat for though it increases the import tax on wheat it does not on flour and it is the vast ship ments of American flour into Great Britain India Australia and the African colonies say the farmers that curtail their sales of wheat and deprive the British mills of grind ing that the difference in the taxes will reduce the importation of wheat and increase that of flour yielding less tax to the Government but requiring larger expend itures to the Americans and less to the British home folks as in the price paid for the flour by the Brit ish consumer is included the Amer lean farmer for his wheat the toll to the American miller for grinding the woes to American labor for packing the freight to the American railroads and the profit to the American merchant while the Brit ish farmer the British miller and the British laborer get nothing the British railroads and merchant get a littleyet British money pays it all This is the the trend of sentiment at recent farmers meetings in England Tbere is a disagreement between Gov Betkham and Commissioner of Agriculture Nail over the ap pointment ofa Factory Inspector and Assistant under the act passed by the Legislature The law pro vides for nomination by the Com missioner and appointment by the Governor Gov Beckham it is re ported insists on giving the posi tions to practical men prominently identified with organized labor while the Commissioner wantsi others Mr Nails reputation on the labor question is not appreci ated by the workingmen many of whom regard imas an enemy He has a chapeau now to vindicated himself but notby the course he is said to be pursuing Among the many things of beauty in St Anthonys Hospital Co is the ward of Louisville Typographical Union1 No 10 which has been admired JiM suggestive of praise to the union for thus provid ing for its sick Mad disabled members It contains five beds with every convenience and is neatly furnished Now every union printer who may be taken sick or injured in this city will at least be com forted with the assurance that he has a home where he will be ten derly nursed and cared for ever open to welcome him no matter what may betide him in health The latest news is that Archbishop Corrigan hi somewhat better though still iiill from pneu monia I Ia IRELAND 0 Ireland sweet Ireland great land of the noblest men That ever fought for liberty in woodland field or glen I must today from thee away to other departi thee for aye although it breaks my heart 0 Ireland sweet Ireland I love thee well and true For many a happy day and time Ive spent dear land with you For many a night within our cots by fires burning clear Weve sat together telling tales and mak ing merry cheer Yes Ireland on many a night thats now forever flown Weve drank and sang and praised the deeds of Sarsfield and Wolfe Tone And Brian Born the hero who made England stand aghast OConnell then the king of men who gained our rights at last And Ireland dear Ireland on many a night Ive danced With maidens bright whose soft blue eyes into my bosom glanced And looked so sweet that ever more I know I can not find A maiden half so fair as those I now must leave behind Then Ireland 0 Ireland the games thtt here weve played Of hurling ball or running match in equal rank arrayed I would not give for all their games in other lands afar So spirited enjoyable and vigorous they are But Ireland sweet Ireland I must from thee depart Although my grief at leaving thee I know will break my heart But tyrants so oppress us and environ us with woe That oer the seas from them and thee my country I must go Then Ireland dear Ireland Ill bid thee now farewell Farewell to thee and all thy joys and friends I loved so well And evermore wherever I in other lands may roam Ill sigh for thee my native land and for my Irish home THOMAS WALSH Emmet Cuttin spent last week in Nelson county visiting his uncle R M Ford at Athertonvllle Miss Marie Louise Kelsker who has been spending the past two months in Florida is expected to arrive home today Miss Bena Cannon a pretty and popu lar young lady of Covington has been visiting here this past week as the guest of Mrs Terry of Payne street Gov Beckham will arrive in the city this morning and will be the guest of Mayor Grainger with whom he will wit ness the great Derby to be run at Churchill Downs this afternoon We exceedingly regret to announce the continued illness of John Barrett the undertaker who has been unable to leave his home for several weeks Few plea have more friends and all hope for his speedy recovery Word comes from Galveston that George Coll formerly of Jeffersonville but now a leading member of the Texas bar is a happy father Quite a number of congratulatory messages have been sent him by his Indiana friends Right Rev Edward Obrecht the ven erable and beloved abbot of Gethsemani will sail for Europe next month His health has not been the best and his friends throughout the country hope the journey will prove beneficial Frank Kehoe who has been danger uusly ill of pneumonia at the home of his father Patrick Kehoe in JefTersonuille is reported slightly improved He is a popular young man and his friends hope for his speedy and complete recovery Casper Beck and Miss Anna Hausman highly esteemed young people of New Albany were married at St Marys church Tuesday morning Dean Faller performing the ceremony Their popu larity was attested by the large number of friends present One of the most delightful entertainments of the week was that given Tues day evening by Misses Margaret Scally and Philomena Gilligan to a number of their intimate friends A feature was the euchre contest the two handsome prizes being captured by Ben Imorde and Mis Coakley Victor Nicholas a well known molder at the FischerLeaf foundry and Miss Katie Woods a pretty young woman of the West End were quietly married Tuesday at the Holy Cross church Rev Father Cunningham performing the cere mony The wedding was a happy sur prise to their friends The North Y Pastime Club of New Albany announces a euchre and dance at their Hall on Mondayafternoon and evening for the benefit of St Edwards Hospital The members expect to make this one more successful in every way than any yet gives and worthy the patronage of all who would aid a noble charity ICol Mike Muldoon left Thursday for the East and before his return will visit Vermont where he controls atone quar lies sow famous the world over There are very few cities in this country fa which are not works of the Muldpon Monument Company of this cltjth product of his hone uwell M the Italian artiaU iit marble o THIRD EUCHRE AND DANCE TO BE GIVEN BY THE VOLUNTEER SOCIALS AT 3VETJTSIO HALL Wednesday Afternoon and Evening May 71902 Music by Scallys Union Band Play begins afternoon at 230 oclock and at night at 8 oclock sharp Tickets 26 cents COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS- E J MitchellDSOCIETY 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 21ooeepfnq1Hl tJU 1c rMr tMtAPdlf u PenmtlrlPll e- Shor7lran art o Tjfeeurrftiny v TeJeyraghy z s p fend for h1 htalyue oulrvrlleXy Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in arrangedschoolyearStudentsJOHN 13 FItANK or II V1ALTERSr 1 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY U SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON TUB C 1OO1wu1I5 9Jnmut R two b In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR uouo E II BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville KY FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerwMiss Rosa Teupe daughter of the late and well known organist Frank Teupe of 710 East Gray street left Monday evening for St Louis and from there will go to Einmetiiburg Md where she will enter the noviate of the Coronation Nuns Very few of her friends were aware of any intention on her part ofI leaving LouisvlllIAfter fifteen years of labor among miners of Jellico Dr James theI a very successful physician has to this city where he will open an Before entering upon the practice of his profession he will visit New York City and from there sail for Europe spending some time in the Emerald Isle which has been his most ardent desire for a number of years past St Marys church New Albany was the scene of a pretty wedding Thursday morning when Miss Nellie Broeker be came the bride of Frank Manus son of the Statestreet butcher and a young man prominent all over the city The bride is the attractive and accomplished daugh ter of Henry Broeker a well known farmer residing just west of the city All indications point to a large gathering next Thursday evening at the union euchre and dance to be given at Trinity Council Hall for the benefit of St An thonys Hospital This affair will be under the auspices of Mackin Trinity and Satolli Councils of the Young Mens Institute and each has contributed number of very desirable prizes The games will be called at 830 and dancing will continue until 1 oclock Miss Katherine Bannon and Joseph Kollross well known and highly es teemed residents of the West End and sweethearts for some years past were quietly wedded at St Cecilias church on Tuesday April 8 but withheld the wel come news from their friends till last Sunday The bride is the daughter of Mrs B J Campbell and a young woman of many charming graces Her husband holds a good position with the Kentucky Wagon Works Company Tbey are re siding at 1045 Fifth street where friends are calling and tendering congratulations The El Capitan Dancing Club an nounces the first of its series of sum mer evening entertainments at Fountain Ferry Park next Tuesday This club is composed of a number of Louisvilles most representative young men whose past experience assures a pleasant time for their hosts of friends The series will consist of two dances a month and will contluue till October Many young people have pleasing memories of the delightful evenings spent with the El Capitan last year and are anxious to again be its guests Joe Crush is the popular President and Jerry Ruwe Is Secretary 7The friends of Miss Mary A Hfggins the charming and attractive daughter of lames Higgins of New Albany and Heury Quick a highly respected young man of Jefferaonvillei were surprised Wednesday to J ri1ofthelrll1amh- lchu8OHt1DIlfHd I TBeeday evening by Rer ItB Kelly at Holy Trinity I r ANNOUNCEMENT LOUIS A BRORIN6 DiDr S1 DENTIST For the past nine years located at 436 and 438 W Market street has removed to 442 W MARKET ST UP STAIRS one door west of Appel agents furnishing store where he will be glad to welcome his friends and the public in general in his new offi- ceIDEAL DENTISTRY AT REASONABLE PRICES Superb crown and bridge work gold and porcelain crowns artificial teeth made on gold silver rubber and cellu loid plates Consultation and Examination Free FIRSTfI J SELECT DANCE TO BE GIVEN BY TRiNITY COUNCILN- O 230 Y M I AT FOUNTAIN FERRY PARK Tuesday Evening May 20 1902 Refreshments will be served Music by Wehrleys orchestra All who attend are assured a night of real pleasure rectory The young couple preferred a quiet and unostentatious wedding and therefore only relatives and a few intimate friends witnessed the ceremony Both are popular and have a hot of friends who wish them a long life of happiness and prosperity They will reside in Jefferconvlile where the groom holds a good position POETS WILL By the will of the late poet Aubrey de Vere the copyright ofbls published works with all profits to arise from the stile thereof is bequeathed to Cardinal Vaughan to be applied for the purpose of the relielcHM education of Catholics cad tpeckfiy Irish Catholics la Bngtaad oI n J gSNTUOKY IRI8 AMERICAN + HH 0 I K F C USCADENS ICE CREAM COMPLETES YOUR DINNERON- LY 100 PER GALLON MADE OF FRUIT AND CREAM SPECIAL RATES TO LODGES ETC ETC TEIgPEIONE Li18 iCS zlr17 SEiCONa STfHHMH I II I I I It nlf H I It I It It I It It I I It + I ++ HAMMERSPARK 9 Popular Pleasure Resort This pretty ark is patronized by the elite of Louisville society and no better place can be found to spend a pleasant afternoon or evening The restaurant Is prepared to serve special orders with care and In the hest style A carefully selected orchestra has been engaged for the sea son and will give Grand Concerts Daily Numerous attractions for little folks Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and MarketI Wines lLiquorsC and Cigars SPEOIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up GO TO BRUNNS 1 FORI WATCHESDIAMONDS JEWELRY Here can be found everything suitable for wedding and birthday presents- A large stock of handsome Clocks at prices within the reach of all Repairing of all kinds done promptly and at reasonable prices 530 West Market Street BIG FOUR ROUTET- O IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave s J QATIS KyWARRENWM P DEPPS A G P A CINCINNATI O 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 16 May 6 and 20 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privileges etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch General Passenger and Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent Cincinnati Ohio S J Oatil General Alet Uukvllte Ky AYENUIlTHEATER Entirely new to the stage is one of the scenes in the modern sensational melo drama A Gamblers Daughter which comes to the Avenue next week It re produces in a realistic manner the Stock Exchange in Chicago faithful in every r tlsthe picture The entire cast kat been selected from among the beat bows people OH the American stage tasheadedsucceeded admirably in winning her way into the graces of thifaamusement loriug public Il- er R IRELAND Record of the Host Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Jasper Tully M P was arrested at Boyle and conveyed to Sligo jail to undergo a fortnights imprisonment under the cordon court Friday uighta Dublin Gazette announces that Fletcher Moore Esq of the Manor Kilbride County Wicklow has been appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Wicklow The Most Rev Dr Croke Archbishop of Cashel has given a donation of 500 to the fund now being raised for the addi lion of a spire to the Church of the Sacred Heart Templemore The Right Honorable the Earl of Meath his Majestys Lieutenant for the County of Dublin with the approval of his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and by special permission of his Majesty the King has been pleased to appoint Andrew Jameson Esq of Sut ton House Sutton Howth a Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Dublin The death of Dr Thomas More Mad den which occurred at his residence Tynode County Wicklow removes from the roll of Dublin physicians one of its leading members He WAS one of the founders of the Childrens Hospital in Temple street His subsequent distinc tion and appointments were numerous both in Ireland and foreign countries At the Limerick petty sessions John Connell baker was charged with being drunk and with jumping into the Shan non on Sunday afternoon The escapade created a good deal of commotion at the time and might have ended tragically as a man who went to Councils rescue was brought ashore in an exhausted condi lion Connell was sent to jail for a monthE S Finnigan Coroner of Belfast held an inquest at Peters Hill Baths on the body of Charles Murphy who died at the Royal Hospital after taking car bolic acid at his residence Antrim street the deceased making a murderous attack upon his wife on the same evening The jury found the deceased bad met his death through taking carbolic acid by misadventureJames aged sixteen a fisherlad lost his life in a netshed in which he slept at Pirnmill Arran On Sunday morning about 1 oclock a sick neighbor was aroused by his dog barking He rose and went to let the animal out He then noticed the shed afire and in spite of every effort the lad could not be rescued and was found dead behind the door in a kneeling position having died apparently in the act of praying The Armagh police are investigating a remarkable shooting affair which oc curred at the residence of John Compton- J P at Umgola It appears that one of Comptons female servants was struck with a spent bullet which came through the kitchen window The girl was not injured but was naturally shocked The police have charge of the bullet which is quite flattened and appears to be a rifle bulletThe death of John OBrien who was well known in journalistic circles in Dublin is announced About three years ago OBrien owing to the state of his health withdrew from newspaper work and be died in Cork his native city He had worked as a reporter in Cork Dublin and London and his early death must be regretted by his colleagues who knew him as a good friend and competent journalistThe stone of a new convent in Bessbrook was laid by his Eminence Cardinal Logue assisted by his Lordship the Most Rev Dr ONeill Bishop of Dromore A large assembly of priests and lay people were present The new house will have a frontage of 130 feet and will include chapel and schools There will be accommodation for eighteen Sis ters The contract baa been awarded to Denis Neary of Newry and the cost will be about 30000 Capt Coote died at his residence at the Armagh Savings Bank on Saturday night The deceased gentleman who was extremely popular with all classes in the city had been suffering from a lin genng illness for several months and during the past month no hope of hisI occupiedithe position of Petty Sessions Clerk and manager of the local savings bank both of which appointments now become vacant by his deeply regretted demise Thursday was the day fixed for criminal business at Kilrusb quarter SllonIbntI as usual for some years there was not a criminal case to go for trial before his Honor Judge CartonKC The day before notices were posted in the police barracks by the High Sheriff of Clara intimating to the grand and petty jurors that they would not be required ast the quarter sessions West Clare is thoroughly ina peaceable state The Sheriff now owes a good many pairs of white gloves to Judge Carton The news of the illness of the Most Rev Dr Croke Archbishop of Ca9heII will occasion regret throughout the whole Irish world for wherever there are Irishmen the same of His Grace is honored He Is at present suffering from a severe attack of bronchitis The Moat Rev Dr Croke is an old man and even his splendid coastUutipa can now ill tfand iwchran attack That he may speedily recover will be the prayer of every Irishman who reads that the revered prelate clad uacotoprpmiting and generotu Nationalist la stricken The I na n NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB KVOORJPQI ATEjr SPRING MEETINGY DERBY RUN TODAY70000 IN STAKES AND PURSESJ Nineteen Days Racing From May 3 to 24 Six High Class Races Each Day EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS FOUNTAIN FERRY PARK HIGH CLASS FA1MILY r1ESORT OPENS SUNDAY WITH TWO BAND CONCERTS WORLD RENOWNED CYCLE TRACK LOCATED HERE Meals can be ordered from 6 a m to lop in You can order by telephone and be servedon your arrival Special attention given to banquets and private supper parties Splendid drive down Chestnut street or take Marketstreet yellow cars Telephone 1051 TONY LANDENWICH Proprietor attachment of Nationalist Ireland to the Archbishop of Cashel is personal because he has ever shown himself an earnest coworker in the cause and labored for the people and defended them with extraordinary vigor The Carlow Nationalist states that M J Minch M P intends in the near future to place his resignation in the hands of John Redmond M P but up to the present be has taken no definite steps in that direction When the necessary number of brinches have been established to form a divisional execu live this body will be charged with the duty of calling a convention to select a successor to Mr Minch Our content porary adds that Messrs Denis Kilbride Pierce Mahony and C J Engledew ar named as probable candidates for the vacancyOn the body of a young man named Michael Fitzpatrick was found floating in the Boyne on the County Meath side of the river close to Stameen The deceased was one of a boating party who had a sail on the river when the boat filled up with water and sank beneath them Two of them were drowned viz a young man named Richard Munster and the deceased The rest escaped by swimming ashore The body of Munster was found two weeks after The body of Fitzpatrick afte being five weeks in the water wa greatly decomposed At Roscommon petty sessions Consta ble Canley who prosecuted in a licensing prosecution against a local hotel keeper complained that he was obstructed in his duty by one of the defendants persisting in giving his name in Irish He had to threaten him with arrest before he gave his name in English District Inspector asked the Bench to make n distinction in this case The object of this gentleman who was so fond of the Irish language was to embarrass and obstruct the police in the discharge of their duty and the Magistrates should take notice of it A fine and costs was imposed A dispatch from Tipperary says a shocking railway fatality took place there as a result of which a lady named Elizabeth English widow of the late George W English was cut in pieces on the Great Southern Western railway by a passing train It appears the unfortunate lady left her house in Main street to visit some friends at Kilshane and having walked along the railway line she got run over Her body was found on the line near Suddingfield by a lineman named OKeeffe in a terribly mutilated state The trunk was severed from the head while the lower portions of the body were also cut up The news of Brother Thaddaeus Judges death will cause surprise and grief to all his past pupils and friends Until a few days age he was engaged in the same work that had occupied him for the past wellnigh forty years but his great generous heart at last gave out without much warning and he quietly passed to his reward Few men have worked so long and so successfully as be in the sacred cause of education For the past thirtyseven years he devoted his high intelligence indomitable will and self denying heart to the watchful painstak ing training of the thousands of little boys committed to his charge and in many other ways he rendered his pres ence in Blackrock College almost indis pensble His death makes a great void in the collegeIn the hearts of the little ones who until yesterday looked up to him as their guide and rtendIn the mindsof students and professors who received daily edification from his ex ample and jn the affection of peat men whose first iInquiry on returning to their alma mater was about Brother Judge CADETS IN COMEDY Next Tuesday and Wednesday nights the St Edwards Cadets will give a comic entertainment in St Josephs naH jn New Albany for the benefit of the new hospital just opeedIn that ity1hf11 1 programme wilt be etitertaialBjj said HI jjoyable and large 1dfDCeI art expected c- Q fl- n S t c it f 1- c i c IRISH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street TreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings bit Each Month President William T Meehan eVice President Con J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerHarry FERSONVILLEsMeets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall ReillyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentB A Coll Recording Secretary John J Devitt HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn J Flynn MurphySecondRecording SecretaryJerry King Financial Secretary William Lawler Treasurer Thomas Keenan CaseySentlntlTimLyons RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mary Elizabeth Con dron whose death occurred Tuesday morning at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital occurred Thursday from St Louts BertranUs church Deceased was a sister of Mrs John E Baker and a woman of many Christian virtues and her death is sincerely mourned by a large circle of friends andacquaintances The Dominican church has lost another faithful member by the death of Mrs John Ryan of 815 Oldham street Her funeral took place Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands large numbers of grief stricken frieadaand relatives wit nessing the solemn and impressive ser vices over her remains For the tins band and surviving relations the most heartfelt sympathy is expressed Many homes in the West End haye been visited this week by the grim reaper Death Among those stricken were Martin Gannon of 2120 High avenue John Donallueof 424 Twentieth street and William Eolger of 2513 West Walnut street who died in Chicago All were well known and highly respected citizens and their taking off has caused deep gloom to pervade the localities in which they resided Sincere sympathy is felt for Treasurer Barney Coll and wife of Jeffersonville whose many friends were cast ia gloom by the unexpected death of their bright little daughter Louise On Sunday April 20 the participated in the exercises at St Augustines church and it ia sup posed the contracted a cold which de veloped into taenigitk Her funeral was largely attended father OConuell coo ducting the solemn services From 1MtelfotitCOfU the sod CatherineIYcC1oa1reywtGl llbelbyyilla wbere alh 1IH IIWJla the highest eeteeni by iJB cUma btfag a Ii c IIIIIrJf S I devout Catholic and a woman of many Christian virtues She is survived by two sons M J McCloskey the well known contractor and John McCloakey of Pewee Valley Mrs McCloskey moved to Montana about twelve years ago She also had many friends in this city to whom the news of her death will be a shock By the death of Bernard McDermott the Highlands loses another oldtime resident and St Aloysius church one of its most faithful members He was a native of Ireland but for many years had made Louisville his home Ills wife and two daughters Misses Kate and Mary McDermott survive him The funeral services were largely attended at St Aloysius church on Thursday where solemn high mass of requiem was sung by Rev Father OGrady The sympathy of a wide circle of friends goes out to the mourning relatives of the deceased who now rests from earthly cares in St Louis cemeteryPhilip Kelterer one of the best known men in the city a kind husband and lov ing father passed away Tuesday morning at his home 1613 Grayson street after an illness of only a few days of the dread pneumonia leaving a wife and three small children to mourn his loss For years he had been with the Continental Tobacco Company holding the position of shipping clerk and none of the many employes of that corporation was held in higher esteem His funeral took place Thursday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem and preaching a feeling sermon The church was thronged with mourning friends and relatives and fellowwork men and upon all sides were heard expressions of regret and sympathy for the bereaved wife and children CARBINAL MARTINELLI Cardinal Martinelli apostolic delegate to the United States stated Thursday at Philadelphia that he bad been recalled to Rome by Pope Leo XIII While de clining to be interviewed Cardinal Marti nelli said that he was about to leave that city and sail for Rome as soon as he could adjust the affairs of the Papal delegation The Cardinal had been in theI city since Tuesday TOUCHING SIGHT It was just noon The bell of St Johns church was pealing out the An- gelus Its sound floated above the noise and hum of Olive street St Louis but now and then in a moment of calm pen etrated downward To the crowd it had no significance but to one at least it meant more than the simple pealing of a bell He was only a street cleaner an Italian and when the notes of the bell muffled in the roar of the city met his ears he removed his soiled hat and lean ing forward on his shovel crossed him self devoutly and bowed his head to the simple words of prayer In the middle of the street thousands passing on either side be was far from the citys throng away in the sunny fields and vineyards of Italy In pose and reverent attitude he was the living embodiment of Millets famous LAngelus There was even a touch of the indescribable loneliness of the picture in the figure of the man Despite the crowds and the noise and the roar of the city be conveyed an impres slop of aloofness as a man apart frpui the world The moment of prayer lifted him above his mean surroundings and in the figure of this humble Italian was a spirit of simple dignity and reverence that would lend power to a painters brush MAY DEVOTIONS May devotions will begin tomorrow afternoon at Holy Cross church Thirty second and Broadway at 3 oclock on which occasion the children and people will be addressed by Rev Father Welch of St Johns church Hducatlon begins the gentleman but reading good company and reflection must finish him J i1 a ii f itf r SHORT NEWS NOTES The St Louis Worlds Fair willnot take place next year Its postponement has been expected for months past The conference of Kentucky coal miners and operators at Central City last Wednesday resulted in a satisfactory agreement lion Julius Sterling Morton Secretary of Agriculture under President Cleve land died last Sunday afternoon at the residence of his son Mark Morton Lake Forest 111 His remains were interred Wednesday at Nebraska City He was the founder of Arbor Day1 now gen erally observed throughout the country a man of steadfast convictions unswerv- Ing honesty and undoubted ability- NICUTURKRUMPELMAN The friends of Edward Nichter the popular interpreter of the City Court assembled in large numbers Wednesday morning at St Martins church to wit ness his marriage to Miss Lizzie Krum pelman one of the belles of East End German society circles After the cere mony which was preceded by nuptial mass the happy pair were guests of honor at an elegant wedding breakfast The bride was handsomely gowned and presenteda lovely appearance They have gone to housekeeping at 9C7 Rose lane street and the many elegant pres ents that adorn their pretty home attest the high esteem in which they are held by friends and acquaintances PLEASANT SURPRISE Among the happy events of the past week the most notable was the pleasing surprise given Mrs William Liebenthal a highly esteemed lady of the West End on Thursday evening at her home 2011 Rowan street It was the fiftyeighth anniversary of her birth and was appro priately observed by her children Mr Al Arts Mrs William Eschman and Mrs Alex Leaf and their families who with their children and friends had made quiet arrangements for a pleasant cele bration of the event The parlors were banked with flowern and all present spent a delightful evening Large num bers called to extend congratulations with the wish for many more years off life and happiness SLEEPLESSNESS A good remedy for sleeplessness is to wet a towel and apply it to the back off the neck pressing it up towards the base of the brain and fastening over this- a dry cloth to prevent too rapid evapora tion The effect will be found prompt and pleasant cooling the brain and inducing a sweet and peaceful slumber Warm water is better than cold for the purpose This remedy will prove useful to people suffering from overwork ex citement or anxiety SISTERS OP CHARITY Wherever we go the Sisters of Charity may be seen taking their way to the abodes of the miserable and ministering to their wants Among the plague strickenon the battlefield amid the groans of the wounded and dying these women have always been found at the post of duty regardless of danger and even of life Following the example of the Divine Model whose heart was filled with compassion for the poor and whose hand was ever ready to relieve them the Sister of Charity shrinks from no sacri fice is appalled by no danger and knows no distinction of race or creed LESS DRINK MORE WORK The superior capacity for work of American mechanics has often been noticed and an explanation of it is sug gested by J H Schooling in the Fort nightly He gives figures which show that while each Frenchman drinks an average of 336 gallons of spirits beer and wine in a year and each Briton 332 gallons and each German 3009 the American people average but 147 gal Ions While the average Frenchman drinks 316 gallons of wine and beer the Briton 321 and the German 29 the American drinks but 130 gallons and he drinks but a little more than half as much distilled spirits as either the Frenchman or the German No wonder that a temperance revival has been well started in Europe CORRECT CARRIAGE Here are some hints for womankind culled from an afterdinner chat with a doctor As a woman breathes so she is for the poise of the chest is the key note of the whole figure In the pursuit of beautyand dont think for a moment that it can not be acquired to a certain extentone must first cultivate the art of breathing correctly When the chest k in proper position the fine points of artistic wearing apparel and all the little frills of fashion are seen to best ad vantage Even humble materials assume a certain elegance hitherto unknown But if it is carried badly the figure drops and falls into ugly angles Nothing sets well no garment seems right It is always wrong to make the bone structure do most of the work in keeping the body upright The muscles should hold it InI position otherwise grace is out of the question and good health difficult To breathe correctly keep the chest up out forward Gaff pulled by a button Keep the chin the lips the chest on a line Hold the shoulders ana line with the hips The observance of these directions will Insure to golf skirts and rainyday costumes a real1 dignity and ricturesque Beet Breathe upward and outward as if about to fly drawing in the air with plow deep breaths cud letting it put a n L BUCKINGHAMCOMMUNCINO IfbCrV SUNDAY MAT1NBB TRAY 4iI Mitloeei Sunday Monday Wed elday Saturday I IA BRILLIANT AGGREGATION i BOWERYW BURLESOUERSVl Americas Greatest Burlesque and Vaude I ville Attraction l FUN FOLLY FROLIC BurlesqueSlumming FOR BEST ow MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out BROWN LEGhORNY Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requiring about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in moultingPulletsmonths A few hens will supply thtfamily with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weather January 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 Illinois G6lltraI BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville MemphisVAN- DNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Daily Yea tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagJCincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Springs SleepersThrough From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisw j MCBRIDE City AgentFourth A II HansonG ChicagoWm A G P A Louisville IIEXPEflIENC EXPERIENCertoc COPYRIGHTS DraiQN LcUAnyone iwdmc ikttcb and deeerlDtloll maT auInnntlonI tloiuttrlctjr oonadentlalIlandbookonPateaq pattNItPatinspec U notice without charge lathe Scientific jflnericatie A bindiomIr Illnitnted wctklf Iarlle eir cuUtton of Journal Term SI eyear tour month OlI 6oIS byall neradeelrr- M UM Coal1lrtHwarHewynrk Erse tkaee gl6 J1 St wukleatoa D c gently This conscious deep breathing repeated ten or twenty times at intervals during the day tends to expand the chest permanently to give it classic pofaf anil style Think of the ills from wit exempt and it Willa A paUentlythosewlalfer ENTUCKY IRISH AMICAw CATHOLIC KNIGHTSI OF MERICk- ii Silver Jubilee Celebration With High Class Vaudeville Entertainment Macauleys Theater Monday Eve May 26 TICSETS 35 CENTS DOORS OPRN AT 7 P M CURTAIN RISES AT 8 P M +911 i1t1IMiiT lt3 d FI1 111 d tIhlih3N 1I1HH+I d1Hr DR W B HENDRICKS f j DENTISTANNO- UNCES TO HIS PATRONS THE OPENING OF HIS NEW OFFICE AT No 444 12 West Market Street j OVER KRAMERS HAT STORE Where he will be pleased to see his friends Open daily from 8 a m to 9 pm Sundays 8 to 12 a m II- tiiM4WifWriK + 1 H I HIHIHiI H+Hr rI+HHll+1HH T J WATHENS mICE CREAM fFACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAKERY 629 Eighth St Louisville Ky Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 CHARLOTTE RUSSEFinest quality all sizes 25c 35c 50c and up Individuals per dozen COc try them You will be pleased All kinds of Fancy Cakes made to order 7 Capacity 1500 gallous per day Goods shipped as far as two hundred miles Fine Cakes hale daily Spedal prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 + 4MMM +++ iFNNN+ GNEwil IRISH HAND SPUN SUITS Price reasonable Quality durable Weight comfortable Made on hand looms in Ire landSpring comes early Order now to avoid the ru- shGUILFOYLE 1 Tailorsi and Importers 320 West MarketI St CO QUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves Quick Meal Oil Stoves The immense sale of the Quick Meal is due to its MERITS and nothing else It is the BEST GEHER SON 214 Market Street Near Second rl DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I DoUoh6rtu 8 WanII UNDERTAKERS I MNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNj1 Thirteenth All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar ringcs FurnlHliod for All OccasloiiH D Dougherty Telephone 969- 22Ialri J DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMANof BR 2TINQ OOJMDPAJNTY IINOORPORATED ICY I MllIaooll IM lI VTALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE Monuments jLrtbtlo Work Only Bclleltei Workiiaps and Stndtoll i Carrara Italy f MSS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREETS U 17 wr L N W FOR SPRING I HhUh h l Ch BOll FurnisiiQ Goods Mens Furnlsliinrj Goods Mothers will find our stock of Waists We are showing all the Uptodate rind Wash Suits Complete Menti 10cfor Boys Lineh Collars all 71For1 best Seamless Sox in the and heights sizes ioI T for the price in black I to 14 brown cadet blue and red I 9 HemstitchedCI bright colors price 1254C 24cfor Boys Waists made of Per= 15cOr 2 for 25c all Silk String Ties Madras Cheviots and G6iv large assortment of colorings man Blue Print age 4 to 12 4 usual 25C value 25c for Unbleac1ledBalbrtg For Unbleached Balbriggan cgallUndershirts or Drawers fin o the shirts in half and long sleeves the ished with pearl buttons all sizes from drawers in full and knee lengt1lsI 34 to 44 I 40cistripedandibuttonwith one detached highbandcollar 1 all sizes X for tIle Mannish Shirtwaist for 45cPlain White Madras Negligee 1TOw Boys made of woven colored with pearl buttons and Madras collar and cuff attached and side finished pocket age 4 to 14 years seamsi1 119 CCquality Cambric Nightshirt in or colored trimming all sizes ited lot of them up to 19 usual price 75cI25Cfor Boys Caps made of fine75c Will buy a Woven blue Serge in Madras Negligee Shirt in plaid different shapes or plaited front light and medium effects X 5cand UP for Boys stylish Wash 27Just received a new lot of in Madras Cheviot Drill 4 Cloth fancy and Marseilles age 3 to io years all Bath Robes full large size and stripedi inew and fresh this seasons goods regular value 5- ooU BACON SONS I Bet Third and Fourth MARKET STREETBet Third and Fourth BLESSED St niaryH Cathedral in Peoria Consecrated With Solemn Ceremony Great Festivity Ittarks Bishop SpaldlngH Sliver Jubilee Celebration Prominent Clergymen From All Parts of the Country Present THE SERMOM BY CARDINAL GIBBONS The first services in connection with tile silver jubilee of Right Rev John L Spalding Bishop of eorin 111 was the consecration Tuesday morning of St Marys Cathedral the finest temple of worship In the city The chants were rendered by a choir prepared especially for the consecration services The service continued from 0 to II1 oclock Right Rev P J OReilly Auxiliary Bishopof the diocese of Peoria was the conse crator The Cathedral was beautifully decorated in gold and white and thousands of flowers enhanced the brilliancy of the scene At the conclusion of the consecration services the doors of the churchwere opened just before 11 oclock and the parishioners who were assembled were admitted St Marys Cathedral was dedicated by Bishop Spalding in May 1889 taking the place of St Marys church which had long been too small for the growing com mu lon It is a large stone building costing about 200000 In this sancta ary Bishop Spalding has delivered some of his most eloquent sermons Thursday the jubilee exercises in cele bration of the twentyfifth anniversary of the consecration of the distinguished Bishop of Peoria were conducted with more pomp and ceremony than has ever been witnessed In a Western city In the morning there was a parade of the hundreds of visiting clergy and all the Catholic societies of the city to St Marys Cathedral where the jnbllarian celebrated the Pontifical high mass and Cardinal Gibbons preached the jubilee sermon Catholic clergymen to the number of nearly 500 were present from all parts of the United States Following the mass a banquet wax tendered the vis iting dignitaries at the Episcopal reel deuce at which the following toasts Were responded to Our Holy natherLSo IU Cardinal Gibbons Our Church Archbishop Keane of Dubuque Our Country Archbishop Rirdau of San Francisco The Clergy of the Pio M W P oHa Dean Katt g of Ottawa Greetings front the Cool the 8 a tii i o iJC Island Peoria Diocese Dean Macktn of Rock At the close of his response Dean Mackin presented Bishop Spalding with a purse containing 7000 from the clergy of the diocese and with another purse containing 1200 from Spalding Council Knights of Columbus of Peoria for the establishment of a free scholarship in the Spalding Institute for Boys to be con trolled by the Bishop Bishop Spalding responded and was followed by the Rev Francis J OReilly rector of St Marys Cathedral who responded to the toast Our Jubilee Day The sermon at the evenings exercises was delivered by Archbishop Ireland The decoration of the Cathedral were lavish and costly and were the gift of Mrs John Cudahy of Chicago who directed the committee to spare no expense WILL RISE A Young Graduate of St Xaviers Secures Good Position The many friends of young Eugene McCarthy the sevenleen year old son of Patrick McCarthy chief operator at the Western Union will be glad to learn that he has secured a good position with the Louisville Cotton pal Company with offices at Floyd and 1C streets Last year he graduated from St Xavlera College with high honors and though he starts in his new position as stenographer there are many who expect to see him rise rapidly and it will occasion little surprise if in the near future he should be made assistant or Secretary of the great company with which he is associated Few young men have brighter prospects and all who know him feel confident be will make his mark PATRICK W KENNEDY New Albany will hold its municipal election Tuesday The Democrats are united and have adjected good meg for nominees one of tile most popular being our friend Patrick W Kennedy who will be the next Councilman from the Sixth ward lie fak man of sterling in tegrity good im iua08 ability end wou1- l11I1akeascetleut1r ident of the Coup cil Ulselectionipreillcted by an overwhelming wajiKitybut hit friend abound not fell to gri to the polls j Ii- I 1 i I 01 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral News Notes What about the annual celebration The time for action has arrived1 Division 7 of Trenton N J closed a very successful fair Saturday night John Cannon was awarded the house lots in connection with the Providence union excursion Divisions 1 and 2 meet next week The officers of both are anxious for the at tendance of all members Everywhere are heard kind expressions for the Hibernians and praise for the good taste displayed in furnishing the ward at St Anthonys Hospital Rev Dr Hennebry who filled the chair endowed by the Hibernians at the Washington University has gone West in quest of health and will spend sometime on a ranch in Colbrado The semiannual report of Division 12 of Providence showed over 1100 in the treasury Members are more than proud of this showing taking into account the heavy sick bills for the past six months The third and fourth degrees were con ferred on six candidates last week by Division 0 of Woonsocket R I The new ritual was exemplified at Millville on Sunday a large deputation from the former city attending The Syracuse Hibernians will hold a union picnic this summer It is reported that lion James K McGuire will be among the delegates from that city to the Denver convention The old Salt City continues the Hibernian stronghold of the Empire State MOURN illS DEATH The sal news comes from Washington of the death of Sam K Bangs formerly a well known printer of this city Mr Bangs was a man possessed of literary ability of a high order and had published two little books of poems It was be Who wrote the interesting description of the Catholic educational institutions at Washington that appeared in our SII Patricks day number Ills only fault was a too generous heart never a friend appealing to him is vain His remains were interred Tuesday in Greenwood the national capitals beautiful cemetery Many there are who will say a prayer for his eternal rest BUCKINGHAM At the Buckingham next week will be seen the Bowery Burlesquers which the patrons of this theater will remember as the cleverest burlesque and vaudeville en tertainment seen here in several seasons With this company will appear those monarchs of fun Gilbert and Goldie the well known Taylor trio musical artists Lizzie Freiligb the dainty comedienne Willis and Josie Barrow the dancing comets the N clretna Twins 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