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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JiVOLUME VIIINO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 31 1902 PRICE FIVE GENTS 11 1 C 11 111 1 1I I V r 1 1 t I j 3 H jj f SCHOOL BUILDING FOR CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAMEkt + J FOURTH AVE tiO STLOUISViLLE f REV JTOCONNOB PASTOR t AItt 1 Ii J 1 FEDERATION The Catholic Societies of Louis ville Perfect aPermanent- Organization Dr J W Fotvlor Elected Presl- dento For EnsuingI Year A Movement Started For the Formation of a State Federation CATHOLIC UNION DONE ITS PART At Satolli Hall on Thursday night the movement inaugurated about a year ago by well known Catholic gentlemen of this city culminated in the permanent organization of the Jefferson County Fed eratian of Catholic Societies Temporary Chairman Fowler presided and Secre tary Crotty reported the credentials of the following new delegates Edward J OBrien Miss Mary Sheridan Michael J Lyons D J McDonald Mike Hoban Miss Nellie Byrne all of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America John Fackler and Louis Hamel Catholic Knights of America This makes twenty societies now affiliated with promises for as many more within the next two months reported by the Organization CommitteeDr gave a brief history of time federation movement explaining the plan for State and county organization Upon motion of Hon Edward J McDer mott the constitution reccomended by the National Federation was adopted until such time as the local body makes its own laws By unanimous vote it was decided to effect a permanent organiza tion at once and the following officers were elected by acclamation PresidentDr J W Fowler Vice PresidentsNewton G Rogers John Fackler and Miss Mary Sheridan SecretaryEugene Cooney TreasurerFrank A Menne The Election of Directors and delegates to State and national conventions was deferred until the next meeting Sunday night June 29 in order that all may be given representation in the executive body lion E J McDermott A J Sheridan Newton Rogers Thomas Feeley Thomas Sheehan and others congratulated the delegates upon their choice of officers and said the result of the work of the old Catholic Union was all that was hoped forThe President and Secretary were instructed to notify the National Secre tary of the action taken and also to take such steps as they deemed best for the speedy formation ofa State Federation It in expected that federations will now follow speedily throughout the State The Kentucky Irish American has done much for the cause and gives its hearty approval to the action taken Thursday night All nationalities all societies were given equal recognition The Jefferson County Federation starts off Ciwith representative and able men as officers and there isi now no doubt as to the future success of the movei0eatso happily inaugurated The nut laeetiuK will be held at SatollJ Hall onSecond street t LITTLE GIRL KILLED Jeanette Shea Run Over by Electric Car Tuesday Evening 1 One of the saddest accidents recorded this year was that of last Tuesday even ing when little Jeanette Shea lost her lJfAbY being run over by an electric car directly In front of lierKomerniffVesf Chestnut street The child was playing with her sister and several other compan ions between 5 and 6 oclock They were running back and forth across the track and little Jeanette who stopped and then made the attempt to cross was caught by a westbound car and run over the motorman being unable to stop in time to avoid the ternble accident When those who saw the occurrence reached her she was dead The lifeless form was conveyed to her home the father and mother being prostrated by the awful fate that befell their baby girl who was only two and half years old She was the daughter of Air George Shea and was very bright for a child of her age The greatest sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents who have had more than their share of misfortune lately the father having but recently recovered from the effects of an opera tion and long illness Her funeral took place Thursday morning the remains being tenderly laid to rest beneath a flowercovered grave in St Johns ceme tery The ouly consolation that can be offered Mr and Mrs Shea is that an angel awaits them at the gates of Para dise EMIGRANTS Coming to This Country In the Largest Numbers Known Over 25000 emigrants arrived at New York the first week in May making a total of 203724 since January 11In the seven days closing May 6 25120 home hunters landed at the Battery breaking the record for any previous week since the American Republic began In less than nine years the population of the United States would be doubled if the present rush of immigration were continue l A great change is shown in the nationality of the newcomers Thirty years ago seventyfour out of every 100 came from Great Britain Germany Nor way and Sweden and only one in every 100 came from Austria Italy Poland and Russia Today this proportion is totally reversed The Germans English Irish and Scandinavians are coming by the hundred while the Hungarians Poles and Italians are pouring over by the thousand These three nationalities far outnumber all the others combined Only a few scattering handfuls turn their faces toward the Southern States HAPPY DAY FOR CHILDREN A class of thirty children will receive their first communion tomorrow morning at Holy Cross church at 8 oclock This is an exceedingly large number in so small a parish and attests the interest and good work being done by Father Cunningham At 4 oclock in the after noon the little folks will renew their baptismal vows and be enrolled in the Scapular Society Rev Father Boland of Mayfield an able and eloquent young pulpit orator will preach the sermon The church will be appprlAteJy decorated for the occasion J n GODS HOUSE Corner Stone of Holy Name Church and School Laid Sunday Right Jtoy jMpnslgnor Bouchot Officiated tImpressl ve Services Eloquent and Appropriate Ser mon Preached by Rev Father Rock A GREAT DAY FOR SOUTH LOUISVILLE The corner stone of Holy Name new church and school was placed in position last Sunday afternoon with all the pomp and splendor that characterizes the ceremonies of the Catholic church in the presence of the largestl assemblage that ever witnessed a similar ceremony in South Louisville Three thousand people were packed on Fourth street and on the lots surrounding time foundation of the edifice the sun smiling warmly and the breezes blowing mildly upon the crushing throng which stood for two hours during the ceremonies The various Catholic societies of the city the Ancient Order of Hibernian Knights of Columbus and Catholic Knights of America were well represented the St Anthony Society of Holy Name church and the Catholic Knights of America forming in a body and escorting the clergy from the church to the new edifice Right Rev Monsig nor Bouchet Vicar General of the diocese conducted time services assisted by Rev Fathers Melody Rev Anthony Hcitboff of St Bonifaces Patrick Walsh of Sacred Heart Rev Thomas A Yorkj of St Pauls P M J Rock of the Cathe dral B H Westerman of the Immacu late Conception D OSullivan of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Thomas W White of St Frances of Rome George A Weiss of St Georges and Rev John OConnor the beloved pastor who is erecting the beautiful structure to the service of God After proceeding around the founda tion walls Monsignor Bouchet placed the stone in position and pronounced the blessing over the same and its contents A splendid choir under the leadership of Michael Reichert and Mrs William Mee han then rendered a beautiful hymn after which Rev Father Rock oi the Cathedral delivered an eloquent and con vincing address which we regret we are unable to give in full Among other things Father Rock said the occasion was one of great interest to the Catholic church and Louisville but especially to the members of this you gand progressive parish and speaks well for the little congregation whose work kill b rewarded by God Almighty an hundredfold His hearers should remember they were all made for a home in heaven This is the house to which the brokenhearted the erring can come and win the crown of everlasting happiness and entrance to heaven and eternity On this bright Sunday afternoon he said they had come to alt at the laying and bw ing of the corner stone of another temple erected for the worship of the Universal God They stood there at the foundation of auger citadel of truth at the beginning of an timer house ofwor seip that will bring wen from the baths of sin and turn their souls to God a place where Christianswil receive the wbhl of truth hear words of encouragement hear correct interpretations the great moral doctrines receive the powerful beauties of religion to the end that all will learn to detest vice and fin Here on this hallowed site the children of God assemble to assist at the holy wiUI the mass to hear thewprds spoken which rwillr regain1 their souisandinake the children of God heirs of heaven Here you will see your children led to the altar to receive the living bread of the Eucharistic God Here will standside by side men and women to make mar riage vows which unite them inseparably and where they will receive Gods bless ing on the holy contract which stands for the sanctity of home and family Here when the struggles of life are over the bodies of Christians will be brought be fore being consigned to the grave and words of prayer wholesome and saving prayer will be spoken over the remains Then turning to the necessity of Chris tian education he scored the schools without God The Catholic church and the Catholic school lie said first of all teaches its children obedience to the laws of man of land and of country This obedience immediately places society on a solid foundation a solid basis Religion moves on and why Because it is the work of God and not of man They had reason to thank God for what was before them upon this feast of the Holy Trinity If there was any class of people who should be educated in the work of the church it must be the youth the boys and girls who will soon become the men andwomen of the country Congratulating Father OConnor and the members of his congregation on the zeal with which they have entered into the work Father Rock urged them to continue earnestly and faithfully and when the work is completed they will be happier still in having the beautiful church and school dedicated solely and exclusively to the work of God Not only will the building promote Gods work but it will be a cause of still greater good in the community May God bless the work so auspiciously begun both priest and people and all true earnest devoted Catholics May God bless you all were the closing words of his eloquent address and then the vast assemblege joined in singing the Te Deum II the sweet strains wafting heavenward as the suns rays sank in the west DELIGHTED WITH KENTUCKY Right Rev Edmond Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemani returned last week from New York accompanied by Rev Father Listner and the Very Rev James J Daugherty of New York Father Listner comes from the heart 6f Central Africa Speaking of his charge he stated they were all blacks that where he comes from the suns rays come straight down and one can not see his shadow and the climate is extremely hot He expressed himself as delighted with Kentucky and its many fine churches Father Daugh erty will be remembered the orator on celee bration at Gethsemanla KNIGHTS REUNION Branch 32 of the Catholic Knights of America composed mostly of members of St Vincent de Pauls parish and one of the strongest and most progressive in the city will hold tit reunion for its members next Tbnwday night The worthy President has invited a number of well knows gentlemen to be present and we understand the reu Lou will be a jolly affair I u H i j8 PLANAU5j IOpyA J COUNTY BOARD Appoints Committee to Arrange Field Day of Irish Sports WJl TakeJPlaceJ aYhan State Convention Meets In This City President Tom Keonaii Elected Delegate to National Convention TREASURERS GRATIFYING REPORT The County Board meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernians last Tues day night was largely attended almost the entire delegation from each division being present President Thomas Kee nan presided and a surprisingly large amount of business was transacted He gave a resume of the work of the past two years which exceeded in every way that of any former administration The new hall had been secured fitted up and furnished and the pharaphernalia for the conferring of the degrees had been securedwhich incurred a heavy ex pense aggregating in the neighborhood of a thousand dollars They had also furnished the beautiful ward at St Anthonys Hospital at a cost of 200 all of which has been paid This was indeed a creditable record and he returned his sincere thanks tto the Board of Di rectors and delegates for their earnest and willing cooperation He touched upon the satisfactory membership which is as large as at any time in the history of the organization with brighter prospects for the future than ever before His remarks were received with manifestations of ap provalTreasurer John M Mulloy submitted his report including an itemized statement of the receipts and expenditures There are no bills outstanding and the announcement of the handsome sum remaining in the Treasurers hands was greeted with exclamations of satisfaction and unstinted applause The funds of the board have been carefully handled as were also the Hall Board funds and the reports to be submitted to the divisions are sure to give satisfaction to every oneSLast year the Hibernians of Louisville omitted their annual celebration because of the great number of outings picnics excursions and entertainments for charitable and other purposes but as the State convention of the order will most certainly be held here in August it was decided to celebrate the event in a manner that would bring together not only the IrishAmerican residents of this city but also all their friends presiIdentfield day when would be presented the public the leading field sports and athletic games as played in Ireland such as hockey hurling running jumping etc which have taken firm hold fn many parts of this country especially by the Ancient Order of Hibernians who make then theleading features of their annual celebrations on the Fourth of July ad Labor Day in Pennsylvania New York JtaMftchuteUf New Jersey Rhode 0- 0i c r r r Pa rtt s e- tJ eilli t r i r o- IIIJnC g rmri = r fcgJI cI rA a a SIfIWI PCNR PLAN f7R7rPzaoa PLAN SAUMINT PUN AfraA AAIaA AAfrr aaayllrf DAII sNfl- CIgwt h CrNeAaRr7 CCAr D PrfnvrPDryaaeafly rC4nR rP4yRn Island and many other States where the Irish race is numerously represented In an able address he gave substantial reasons for his advocacy of the motion which was ably seconded by Will Mee han Pat Sullivan Tom Lynch and others The motion was carried unani mously and President Keenan appointed the Executive Committee which con sists of Messrs Dolan Meehan Hen nessy Sullivan and Keenan They were instructed to secure the best park avail able sand then call another mcetingof the County Board when the work will be subdivided among the divisions and every arrangement made for the greatest Irish day ever known in Louisville The announcement of this action was made Wednesday night atthe meeting of Divis ion 4 by President Henuessy who re ceived the assurance of the Limerick men that they alone would make ita successThe Hibernian Knights were repre sented by Capt Jerry Hallahan who stated that they stood ready to take any steps approved by the County Board looking to the increase of membership and putting the company on a more solid basis After some discussion a committee composed of Messrs George Butler Tom Lynch and Mike Tynan was appointed with Instructions to meet the Knights and endeavor to effect a- more complete and satisfactory organization The lack of interest in this once crack Irish military company was caused by the failure of State President Shine to issue commissions to the officers who severely censure him for his neglect of duty in this important matter It is to be sincerely hoped that new life will be infused and the ranks recruited to at least one hundred swords With a nucleus of such men as Capts Breen and Hallahan John Dolan Bob Mitchell James Keane Dave OConnell Thomas Langan and others there should be little trouble in again bringing them to their former proud position- Announcement was made of the near approach of the national convention which meets at Denver next July By unanimous vote the board decided to send County President Thomas Keenan as delegate from Jefferson county and a handsome sum was appropriated to de fray his expenses Kentucky will again be well represented State Secretary James Coleman will doubtless be the representative of the State Board as he is time choice of every member of the order who has been heard from Better selections could not have been made Both are experienced in the workings of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and know the requirements necessary to still further increase the membership and the field of usefulnessThe County Board will soon request Judge Shine of Covington to call the State convention in this city not later than the middle of August When this is done there will be numerous meet ings and much work for the members All delegates are satisfied with the proceedings of the convention but express the hope that such meetings will be more frequent Officers of divisions were urged to have all their candidates present for initiation on Thursday evening June 20 when a reception will be given the members of the Falls Cities divisions by Division 2 Besides those from this city the fourth degree will be conferred on a class of ten from Jeffersonville This will be the last initiation ordered by the County Board till after the national and State conventions A liberal appropria tion was voted for additional parapher nalia necessitated by several commend able changes in the new ritual which will meet the approval and bea glad surprise to Hibernians generally l LOUISVILLE Gets Next Biennial Convention- of Catholic Knights anil Ladies MissMary E Shoridau Iq Again Elected the Supremo Treasurer Election of Medical Director Settled Only After Hard Struggle DUFFY WINS ANOTHER VICTORY The biennial convention of the Catho lic Knights and Ladies of America held this week at Detroit completed its labors Thursday the electiouof officers taking place at the final session The reports of the officers showed the order in good condition and many resolutions were adopted but none of them make any radical change in the laws governing the organization Louisville captured the proceedings visitingdelegatesby the Detroit branches Some surprise will be caused by the news of the elec tion of Dr D D OGorman of St Louis as Supreme Medical Examiner This office has been held by Dr Will iam B Doherty of this city since the formation of the Catholic Knights and Ladies in 1890 Dr Doherty was only a passive candidate while his op struggleforelection of Supreme officers resulted as follows Spiritual DirectorRev L M Roth Kenner La- PresldentJ H Krumley Detroit MemphisSecretary TreasurerMiss Mary E Sheridan LouisvilleMedical ExaminerDr D D OGor mAn of St Louis delegatesfromAlbany who began arriving home Fri day evening They will submit their reports to the different branches before giving them to the general public Tom Henleys friends want him continued on the Board of Trustees and if he wants the place he will probably get it without opposition RELIEVED OF SUFFERINO Mrs Barbara Schaefer beloved wife of William Schaefer with the Walters brewery passed to her eternal rest last Sunday night after a short illness She was a devout member of St Boniface church and was held in high esteem and loved by a wide circle of friends for her many womanly virtues Mrs Schaefer was a sister of Mrs Henry Welker Besides her husband she leaves one child a little girl to mourn her lose There was a constant stream of callers at the family residence on Marshall street to extend sympathy to the bereaved relatives The funeral took place from St Boniface Crowiug T Ie TTISOSY IRI8H AltIERIfDAN C KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN II 1111 INIINN111111 Bevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WI74LIAM Mi HIGGINS pubUber iUBSCRIPTlON PRiCe ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5CI Rtttered at the Louisville Postofflce as Second Ctass Mattor Uddietsall COllllf lCIUonl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Welt Green Street UNION TRADES IAHEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE RY1SATURDAY MAY 31 1902 HE DIED RICHIThis is doubtless impr of nonCatholics as to the late Archbishop Corrigan because he left a will giving property and funds of the probable value of 125000 to the Bishops of Brook lyn Newark and Ogdensburg It is more likely the value is really in the millions Then Archbishop Corrigan was immensely wealthy So much for ignorance which in reference to Catholic affairs is dense in an age of boasted education and intelligence it being generally be e lieved by nonCatholics that the Pope Cardinals Hierarchy priests and members of religious orders are wealthyliving in ease and lux ury on money wrung from the poor j people deluded and ruled by religious zeal and superstition This is of course a fallacy but it is more generally believed than supposed Now it is a fact that Archbishop Corrigan was poor owned nothing and had nothing of his own to dis pose of by will This is true of nearly all theCatholic clergy and religious orders But Archbishop Cor rigan by virtue of his position in the church was to use a techni cal term trustee in charge of all the church property and funds of the Catholics of New York City not otherwise provided for and to a certain extent in the dioceses composing the Archiepiscopal prov ince Though this in the aggre gate represents great value Arch bishop Corrigan owned none of it To meet legal requirements avoid complications and preserve order in the management of affairs his will leaves this trust to others to look after till turned over to his succes sor who like the deceased Arch bishop Will be simply trustee This is also true of the Pope reputed to have at his disposal fabu lous sums the religious orders just now the subject of comment because of their holdings in the onddown to the pastors who manage the property and funds of the rparishesra system so simple end gen eral in an institution so old and universal as the Catholic church it- t intelligentseemsand educated nonCatholics should not know better or at least com prehend that in business matters the Catholic authorities only follow the ways of other institutions cor- Porations and estates that these other trustees hold and control property not their own and at death if required by law leave it by will to another without even a comment as to the wealth of the perSon except among the ignorant Though the Catholic clergy and religious orders control valuable property receive and disburse money in its maintenance preserva tion and extension very Jew of them own enough in their individ ual right to require a will that would attract attention ENGLAND OUGHT TO KNOW The visit of Prince Henry to the United States and his hospitable reception aroused the jjealousy of England though beyond the jibes of the press it was not openly man ifested The offer of Kaiser Willl I iam to present a statue of Frederick the Great to be erected in Washington c has proved too much and I English displeasure is shown in o several ways even to giving the I o Kaiser some fatherly advice at tributing to him the motive which 1 prompts every English actthe hope of profitable return That is that the Kaiser sent his brother to oIJ n D O fh the United States and now presents a statue of Frederick the Great to win the friendship and1 good will of the Americans that Germany may stand in as it were in matters of trade diplomatic iis- sues in the West Indies Central and South America and be en abled to obtain from the United States favors over other nations The London Spectator assures hi Imperial Majesty that he is on a wild goose chase and will bag nc American game in that way thatt the American people are wedded t their ideals and the only way twin to American favor is to imitate those ideals which are civil and1 religious liberty equality of all be fore the law abolition of special1 and personal privileges thus intimating that they do not exist iin Germany Neither do they in Eng land or her colonies Hence the audacity of reading such a lecture to Germany The Kaiser is warned that de spite his brothers visit the pres entation of the statue and profuse professions of love and affection for the American people if the Kaiser seeks to obtain from the Americans any concession in trade or induce them to forego or overlook their policy of the Monroe doctrine andl permit German occupation of au part of the American continent he may as well try to negotiate wit I the wind and waves for when iitt comes to treaties it will be business and nothing but business with the AmericansCorrect and England ought tto know it well for she can speak from experience Her policy to ward all nations she can not bully or subjugate and particularly to ward the United States since the war of 1812 convinced her she could not win by force has been cajoling and flattery She has failed to obtain in return any special privilege or advantage iin trade territorial rights or immunity from the American policy the Monroe doctrine or anything else over any other foreign nation That she has repeatedly attempted to do so and always failed is history So will the Kaiser if he ijs prompted by similar sinister mo tives and nd one is better qualified to tell him all about how it will result than England for England has been through the friendship mill and learned that when it comes to treaties it will be business and nothing but business with the Americans Mr William J Graham of this city has passed his final examina tion and been admitted to member ship in the Actuarial Society of America a national association of mathematicians The standard is I extremely high and the final ex amination so searching and difficult that it can be passed only by the most thorough mathematicians The society numbers only 106 members Mr Graham though the youngest member passed the examination at the first test being the fourth one to do so several tests and years of study generally being necessary He isa graduate of St Xaviers College and the only member of the society from a Southern State There are rumors and rumors about peace in South Africa and they are contradictory From Lon don it is reported the terms have been practically agreed to and the proclamation of peace only awaits arranging details a few days atI most Another report says the peace commissioners have disagreed and hostilities will be resumed Jh the meantime a strict censorship is maintained even MioiaterrefwungJ j D 1 i c to give information to Parliament and bankers merchants and manu facturers whose business is at a standstill plead in vain for news as to the status of the situation in South Africa A street railway franchise recently granted in Cleveland pro vines that no employe shall work over tten hours in fourteen of every twentyfour thus guaranteeing ten hours rest Also that all labor disputes must be arbitrated by a board composed of five members two to be named by the company two by the employes the Mayor of Cleveland to be the fifth The company certainly starts off right to avoid trouble for in business as in everything an ounce of preven tion is worth a pound of cure Miners Union 527 Litchfield 1lit on strike has been suspended by the national union forrefusing to bysthe State Union officials This will be surprising to those who believe labor unions are only organized too strike The Inspector of Weights and Measures might turn his attention to berry dealers who are selling berries cherries and the like in boxes supposed to hold a quart but they dont rS9S3SSS9SSS9S9SS SOCIETY l6 69 Miss Maggier Bridges is home from a very enjoyable visit with Mrs Beck lIal mear at Bardstown Miss Mattie Nones leaves Monday for Las Vegas New Mexico where she will visit Miss Mary Lame Mrs Henry C Dorn 1667 Willow street had as her guest last Sunday her daughter Mrs Annie Riley Mrs John Donavan arrived here spendYdays visiting guestIthis week Miss Stites Duvall an attract ive and interesting Frankfort girl Miss Flora Menne will leave soon for Nazareth when she will remain until after the commencement exercises Miss Evelyn Briscoe a society favorite in the Highlands left Thursday for Call fornia where she will spend the summer Hon Frank B Burke visited relatives in Jeffersonville this week having almost entirely recovered from his recent illness Joe Seng and wife have gone to the country to spend the summer at the home of Dr Corrigan father of Mrs SengTom Burkholder formerly of this city is now located in Philadelphia He writes friends that he likes the East and his new position The members of the Out For Fun Euchre Club were given a delightful re MrstFont Kremer at her home on BlInk street Mrs Frances Keene has returned to her home in Milwaukee after a pleasant visit of two weeks with Miss Anita Mul doon who entertained extensively in tier honor The condition of Miss Dora Kuhn w has been seriously ill for two weeks at her home 1027 Eighth street has changed for the better and her speedy recovery seems assured Miss Adelia Stone of Indianapolis and Miss Maude Brigham of Bedford Ind two charming carnival visitors have been the guests of the Misses Sexton on Old ham street during the past week J Walter Bell who has been very suc cessful in the East representing Ken tuckys distilling interests was here the past week visiting his parents Mr and Mrs L H Bell 1618 First street Green Ammerman a popular resident of Jeffersonville left for Eaton OhioI on Monday in response to a telegram announcing the criticall illness of hisI venerable father who is eighty years ofIage Last Monday Miss Catherine Pfeffer and Robert Fenwick both well known in New Albany were united In marriage at the rectory of St Marys on the Knob + Rev Father Hildebrand performing theI qetmony Miss Jennie May Welsh the attractive daughter of Zera Welch of Mt SterlingI who has many friends and admirers inI this city will be one of the graduates at t the amineFemale Institute at Nicho lasville next month Police Commissioner Murphy who represented the Catholic Knights and Ladies ofJeffersonville at the Detroit convention reports having had a jolly time Jack has several good stories to tell on some of the Louisville delegates Mr Arney Henry of New York City who arrived here this week to visit his sister Mrs Jack Gilbert Catalpa street has been receiving as oldfashioned gee i tucky welcome from many quarters and I adding to his long list of friends Hon Mike Burke Representative in I- fromtheSixthj 1- Loui twU11eveMondaYfor J 0r i ic h a two weeks visit with his sister Mrs Nellie Beard at Kansas City He will also visit friends in St Louis before re turningf 0Mrs Phil Hutti and her charming daughter Miss Babe of Thirteenth and Walnut leave today for Chicago to be the guests of Miss Rose Bunning They will be away until July and will also visit relatives at Donners Grove 111 before returning I IThe Kentucky Irish American rejoices with the thousands of friends of John J Barrett every the welcome news of his improvement He Is at his home on East Math street and the last report reo ceived was that his condition had changed for the better f Mayor Grainger Harry Brennan and John Phelpsgud Mrs Grainger and Miss Carrie Fitzgerald left Tuesday for French Lick Spring The Mayor will return today Duripg his absence Col Harry Weissinger president of the Board of Aldermen Was acting Mayor Miss AnitafBell the pretty and accom pUshed daughter of Mr L H Bell 1618 First street fe having a most enjoyable visit with friends and relatives at Bards town who are paying her marked attention having honored her with several delightful largely attended recep tions I The La France Euchre Club will be next entertained by Miss Blanche Graff The club members are well known young people of the eastern section of the city and the past series have been most en joyable Last week the members were tendered a delightful reception by Miss Josephine Hoertz The three councils of the Young Mens Institute Mackin Trinity and Satolli are arranging for a grand open air euchre and dance at Phoenix Hill next month This will be a mammoth affair and the pavilion will afford excellent facilities for the players and a jolly good time The list of prizes and other particulars will be given next week Albert F Martin law agent for the Louisville Nashville has suffered an attack of rheumatism and is now con fined to his home 1 110 Campbellwhere large numbers of Catholic Knights and other friends have called to see him this week He has recovered from the effects of the injury to his hand and hopes to be able to resume his position in a short space of time Will Bax a well known railroad clerk met with a painful accident last week While looking up some vouchers at the Tenthstreet station the ladder upon which he was standing slipped throwing him to the floor When picked up it was discovered that his arm had been broken The broken arm was set by Dr George W Griffiths who says his patient will soon have Jts use again Judge John McCaun is today celebrat ing lhethlrynrstanniversary bf his first election to office and many friends will call to offer him congratulations The Judge at that time emerged from the workshop but his integrity and the faith ful performance of every trust imposed in him soon became known to the people who have taken pleasure in advancing him year after year to the proud position held by him today May he grace the bench for many years to come is the almost universal sentiment of citizens of all shades of politics 1 Among the many May weddings none surpassed in brilliancy or beauty that of Mr Thomas Gensle and Miss Lillie Fuhrmann solemnized at St Martins church Wednesday morning with nup tial high mass The edifice was thronged with friends and admirers of the young couple who wish them a life of unalloyed happiness Both were members of the choir which rendered an artistic musical programme After the ceremony they were tendered a breakfast and reception at the home of the bride They are now spending their honeymoon in Chicago The reception and dance to be given next Friday evening at Fountain Ferry Park under the auspices of Trinity Council Y M I should be largely attended A committee of pretty girls will be thereto receive the friends of the council and Chairman Sullivan and his assistants will leave nothing undone that would add pleasure to the occasion This will be the last dances of Trinity Council and those who have had the use of the clubhouse during the past winter and been otherwise assisted should show their ap preciation by being present at Friday nights reception RECENT DEATHS Thomas Doyle died Tuesday afternoon- at Cincinnati after several weeks illness He was a well known railroad fireman and was married here only six weeks ago he and his bride moving to Cincinnati to live The funeral took place from the residence of his fatherinlaw J W Jansen 1311 Seventh street Thursday morning The funeral Hof Mrs Bridget Gleason took place from the Cathedral last Sun day afternoon Rev Father Schnhinann conducting the services and preaching a feeling funeral sermon on the life of the deceased who was an exemplary Christian woman and a practical Catholic Many of her Protestant friends were present and sent beautiful floral designs Mrs Gleason left a number of bequests to charity The interment was in St- Louie cemetery i and thus the curtain fell overa beautifut life spent in doing good and making those around her happy The Holy Father last Saturday received Cardinal Martinelli who reported the re ulta of his mission while in the United states and the situation of the churches shop Camillas Mass of the Covington loceee was alsol granted a special audi nee by Pope Lo at the same time Indiana will term a State Federation at idianapolia on Monday Edward Rear IIon will prerfdi and National President intbtu will addreM the delegates Y a KI OF 0Ii Magnificent Homo hI Ottawa Blessed by ArchbishopD- nitanmlD Hierarchy Clergy and Laity Participate and Praise the Order uApostolate of Laity to Help the Clergy in Their Divine Mission BLESSED BY THE PAPAL DELEGATE The Home of the Knights of Columbus in Ottawa Canada a description of which we gave some weeks ago was formally dedicated in presence of the most dis tinguished Catholic assemblage probably ever held iu Canada It was an occasion of rejoicing and encouragement Grand Knight John P Dunne presided Monsig nor Falconio the Papal delegate Arch bishop Duhamel Vicar General Conroy Rev Fathers Whelan William Murphy Fay Farrelton Fallon Davis Sloan McCaulay Twamley OConnor McDon ough Foley French Bredenell Jacques Etienne and Poulin were present besides prominent laymen from the surrounding country and the Eastern States Letters of congratulation and regret ing inability to attend were read from Archbishops of Quebec Kingston Hall fax Montreal and Bishops of Portland Valleyfield Antigonisb St Johns Three Rivers Bathurst Chicontimi St Hya cienthe Sherbrooke Chatham Alexan dria Hamilton Peterboro London and also from numerous clergy and laity Addresses were delivered by Monsignor Falconio Archbishop Dubamel Vicar General Conroy and others The Papal Delegate congratulated them on the beautiful new build ing just blessed by their beloved Archbishop Monsignor Dunatael expressing his conviction that the se cret of success in Catholic associations must be sought in the honesty of their aim and the efficacy of the means of its realization The aim of their order was honest and praiseworthy for it looked to the temporal advantages of its members as well as to their spiritual wants and to the revival of Christian charity and religious sentiments among their breth rentThe institution was thoroughly Catholic since no one could be admitted into its ranks except practical Catholics It had its chaplains and claimed as an honor and privilege to be under the full jurisdiction of ecclesiastical authority from whom he had been assured nothing could ever be concealed and whom all should obey He observed that as sociations of this kind as long as they are faithful to their aims and remain under the guidance of religion form a real apostolate and are of great help to the church Such apostolates of laity to assist and help the clergy in their divine mission are not a novelty in the church They have existed in all times since the first days of Christianity It was the realization of that fervent prayer which our Divine Lord had addressed to His Eternal Father before His passion and death for the unity of all the members of the church in the great work of our redemption He reminded his hearers that the object which the founder of their order had in view was to form a brotherhood of determined practical Catholics whose aim shonld be mutual assistance charity towards all men one the strict observance of the teachings of the church If they always kept in view this aim their institution under the safe guards of religion would prove of great usefulness for the promotion of Catholic interests He recalled to their minds all the good works which the order had as sumed to perform according to the printed report which lie bad read of the New York State Council of the Knights of Columbus held fa Albany last February On that occasion they had made a formal declaration of their intention to presevere In the works undertaken and to faithfully discharge every obligation assumed as Catholic men in a great Cath olic organization He then enumerated some of the principal obligations of the order viz To help in procuring the in struction of Catholics on the most im portant questions from the standpoint of the church to encourage organizations such as the International Truth Society for correcting erroneous state ments made against the teaching of re ligion to place in public libraries books which fully represent real Catholic views I on all important questions to uplift their fellow men to protect the youth in the Christian education to cooperate with their pastors in every good work approved by the bishops and to be al ways submissive to the authority of theJJ church I The delegate urged the members of the order to faithfully follow this Christian 1 programme to work with earnestness and perseverance for its realization to revive Christian virtues by their example to show by a life of honesty and Christian rectitude what a Catholic must be in an age of general relaxation and to sustain as much as in them lay the church against the attacks of Infidelityand eligioufl indifferentism His Excellency I concluded by giving the apostolic bene dictionArchbishopDuhamel the beloved head of the Ottawa diocese was next invited- to addrese the audience His Grace received an ovation significantly Indict live of the warm place he holds in the icarts of the Catholics of the capital le spoke as follows t After listening to the gentlemen who nave so eloquently addressed you this vening after the earnest words of His S Excellency the Apostolic delegate who t Ira given you his approval and his w DI r OOeepinr e we 1Vfgr is tnt ene slat d Penn anJfIt Ip u hor7lzan an o i udlinF u TeJeyraghy n fiend for N litafqJue4u1pvilleKJI w Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in arrangedschoolyearStudentsSOCIETY PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American has excellent facilities invitations etc neatly and promptly executed at reasonable prices Call at 326 West Green street and see us before ordering JOHN 15 FRANK WALTERS Clay1 =Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY ingfavors which you had looked for and in which I heartily concurwhat more can you expect of me I assure you that it gives me great pleasure to be present on this conspicuous occasion and I compliment you Knights of Columbus on the good work you have already done and which is in evidence in this beautiful and commodious building we have formally dedicated tonight I see before me among your members many gentlemen of advanced years and also manyyouug men and it is for these young men particularly that I think your society is an excellent institution When I first bad the happiness to be presented to His Holiness Pope Leo XIII kneeling before him I asked him in what way I could best do the work of my life and his advice to me was Take care of the young men and gentlemen I think this is also your aim It is for this reason among others that your society deserves success I again ex press my pleasure at being with you this evening and again wish you success in your efforts as an apostolate of the laity to further the interests of God and of the Holy church The Archbishops ad dress was a characteristic happy effort and it evoked great enthusias- mEENDERSON Holy Name Church Loses an Old and Respected Member Last Friday John Haffey one of lIen dersons oldest and most progressive citi zens passed peacefully away His life was active and useful end Henderson owes much to him for its improved con dition Mr Haffey had been in bad health since last fall and for several days it was realized that his hours were num bered Thursday a change for the worse came and at 130 oclock Friday morn ing surrounded by his five children and his wife and fortified by the sacraments of his church the dissolution came with out pain or suffering The Henderson Journal pays him this worthy tribute The Journal says without fear of con tradiction that his death removes from Henderson a good man one whose kind ness of heart and consideration for his fellowman was his greatest fault To his liberalheartedness and accommodat ing nature is due the fact that his fortune slipped away from him His name upon papers as security to assist his friends out of financial straights robbed him of the hardearned dollars dug from the earthwith his pick and shovel in other days The deceased was born in Done gal in the Emerald Isle in 1830 When a small boy he came to America and took up his first home on American soil at New Albany Ind Some years later he went to Cloverport and from there to Evansville where he lived only a short time coming to Henderson in 1864 He was married in 1856 at Cloverport to a most estimable lady Miss Mary Manion daughter of tames Manion and to this good day she has shared his life has loved and honored him when Fortune smiled and Fortune frowned was always at his side to aid and counsel and has been his staff and his guiding star Through his long life she was with him and was nearest him when the heart ceased beating and the noble soul took its flight to Him who gave it To teem was born five children four daughters and one son all of whom sur vive the father and reside in Henderson save Mrs Henry Epmeier who someI years ago removed with her husband toI Evansville His children residing In Henderson are Mrs J M Byrne Misses Mary and Ella and Edward Haffey The last sad rites took place Saturday from Holy Name church Rev Edward Lynch being the celebrant of the solemn high mass of requiem which was attended by all classes of citizens- CONFIRMATION WEDNESDAY Twentythree children eight boys and fifteen girls received their first holye communion at the Church of Our Lady 1 In Portland last Sunday morning Thes lay was an ideal one for an occasion so grand The serviced were simple butr very impressive Rod elevating and were s conducted by the Rev Father Conniff under whose careful Instruction the little folks were prepared for the happy event The childrens choir sang as only chil 7 Iren can sing some very b autiful selec ion during the mass VSry pleasing t and appropriate was the surprisingly t tic rendition of Bragaa Angels n Serenade oa the violin by Master Lam l lertSilberg wIth organ accompaniment while the children were approaching the I I IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets TtJesdayPresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecordlnlFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank ured- Treasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice President Con J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerHarry DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall ReillyPresidentRobert Vice SidentB A Coll Recording Secretary John J Devitt HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERIOANSOOIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn J Flyuu MurphySecond KingFinancialTreasurer Thomas Keenan CaseySentinelTim PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season COMMENCING SUNDAY JUNE 1 WebersMilitary Band ENDING SUNDAY JUNE 8 1902 Every Evening Sunday Matinees Admission 25 cents KENWOOD PARK FIIESTFiMILYRESORT Telephone 5523a South WILLIAM FLEISCHER PROP Take Third slreet Park Car on Fourth thefullOn Sundays every fifteen minutes after 12 oclock noon Park in rear for rent to private parties- at reasonable charges Pirst class restaurant andexcellent service guaranteed Special attention is iven telephone and party orders HAMMERSPARK Popular Pleasure Resort thelitepleasantdternoonrepared to serve special orders with care nd in the best stile A carefully selected rchestra has been engaged for the sea on and will give rand Concerts Daily Numerous attractions for little folks ake Jacob Park car via Seventh street oly table Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock tight Rev Bishop McCIoskey will ad linister to them the sacrament of con rmation Ydaln beatn I i 7 irL1 wfr Ir QNTUCKY IRISH4 AJtJERICAN ir F C sctADEN sttltcEtCR t t M AiHtllc MPL TESttllyUIitlDINNERON- LY 100 PER GALLON MADE OF FRUIT AND CREAM SPECIAL RATES TO LODGES ETC ETC TELEPHONE X18 IS 441 SECOND STF3a ++a+ ++1++t++++i+++a++41+m+1 +1 H1 1 +1 +1 +1 +1 m m m M M ++ M ++4+4+a++ H aa++ M M tm aa m M + M + fH n+i u n n m 1 1 m+a++aKai + 1 i + tH++a + +4++++4 ++ii+++++tH ++N1 + tUHK+H+H+r++ u m m M m u I REAGANS1X H NGEEt S W Cor Preston and Market Wines lLiquorsi and CigarsI SPEOIALBest Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up ELECTRIC repairedhousesEstimates freely given and all work guaranteed j j CRONENManufacturers Agent Tol 1805 538 THIRD ST JOHN SULLIVAN SEL- LSKINDLING WOOD SAWDUST AND SHAVINGS Telephone 1863a South BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOr AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave Sr QAOMBJS KyWARRENWM P DEPPE AG P A CINCINNATI O Very Low Rates TO PORTLAND f OREGON AND RETURN VIA Big Four Route On account of National Convention Travelers Protective Association of SupremeLodgeJune 10 to 20 1902 Round trip tickets to Portland Oregon will be on sale May 20 to June 7 1902 from all Big Four points at extremely low rates Tickets good for return CO days from date of sale For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits etc call on Agents Dig Four Route or address LynchGeneralIassen P DeppA Assistant General Passenger and Tfckei Agent Cincinnati Ohio SJ Oates Oeaeral Aitnt Louisville Ky HANDSOME RECEIPTS i The receipts of tIll late bazar conducted by the Catholic Jeffersonville for St Augustines church foot up the hand some sum of 115 2 This will enable the beloved pastor rather OConnell to payoff another thousand of the debt remaining on the cjiurcb and the balance t will be used for street and other I n improvements of St I Augustines Tjmembers doing noble work who areII members of the Hiber nians I Sue INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN 150 Big Four Route Sunday June 8II Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union tt depot at 8 oclock a til Returningtrian I leaves Indianapolis Briton depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickttsat city ticket ii L I depotSJGatj 1I C CONFERENCE Of American Commission With Vatican on Philippine Question Settlement of All Disputed Points Affecting Cath olics Hoped For Spanish Monks to Give Way to Filipino and American Priests THE DISPOSAL OF CHURCH LANDS Monsignor OGorraan the ecclesiasti cal member of the American Philippine Commission which is to stop over at Rome has arrived writes the New York Suns Ronie correspondent Innominato The other members have sailed directly to Naples Monsignor OGorman will be their spokesman for he speaks French and Italian fluently while Mr Taft and Mr Smith speak only English lIe is likewise intimate with and liked by Cardinal Rampolla and Leo XIII by bothof whom he has been employed as a collaborator in important matters Leo XIII s last letter to Cardinal Gibbons tells officially in what spirit the Vatican will meet President Roosevelts commis sion and will endeavor to solve the deli cate Philippine questions America is trumps as the Germans might say The cause in which Papal and American interests are interwoven has proved suc cessful This unusual fact will have fruitfuland farreaching consequences in the future Whenever a new great i Power enters into the Holy Sees orbit a new epoch begins The importance of the present episode may be measured by the way in which all the Powers are courting the United States recognizingi its new expansion and hegemony When President Roosevelt decided to allow the commission to stop over in Rome the Ambassadors at Washington telegraphed the news home and pointed out its importance M Cambon the representative of Prance telegraphed It is the most notable event of the day There is a history to this matter As the religious matters in the Philippines were not getting settled Leo XIII took an indirect way of sounding the Cabinet at Washington about what it meant to do Monsignor Ireland who had close relations with President McKinley went to the White House and suggested that a delegation be sent to Rome to treat the matter directly with the Pope After some hesitation Mr McKinley agreed although he had an unpleasant recollec tion of the attacks of the antiAmeri canists which he looked upon as a politi cal attack ou the United States Then Mr McKinley was assassinat ed Monsignor Ireland and Monsignor OGorman began their negotiations i again with President Roosevelt The new President at once thought the idea an excellent one Thinking only of the national welfare President Roosevelt rose above theories and traditions in his zeal for the cause of American expansion He called to Washington Mr Taft tht first Governor of the Philippines latter saw how practical the soluticu might be and shrewdly offered to go to Rome himself if Monsignor Ireland would go with him The Archbishop off St Paul was obliged to decline and Monsignor OGorman was at once requested to join the commission i r I uSbaretti t pines to wait at Washington till the eq d 1 of the negotiations Gov Taft drew Tip jj- a report on the situation and President j Roosevelt talked over with him and with j Monsignor Ireland the instruction of the commission with regard to its dealings 1 with the Vatican These embody the wishes of the White House and the results of the voluminous inquiry into the state of mind of the natives and the new situation made two years ago under Mr Tafts direction in every village of the I islands Two facts were established by that inquiry The objection of the peo pIe to the return of the Spanish monk curates and the prejientlack of sufficient I priestsThe i negotiations will cover the follow ing points The United States Govern i ment asks the Pope to define the objects of the ecclesiastical properly that has passed from Stain tothe United States and to make a distinction between the property that came from Spanish sourceS and that obtained from the natives Its probable that this property will beII turned to the use of the dioceses and the parishes as was done in the case of Prussia with the j diocesan fund created out of the salariesconfiscated during theII propertyfrnmeDtII leaves them convents and their house 1 but in order to Americanize the new order of things it wishes to buy at a fairtprice their great feudal landed estates t In the third place the Government de mands the gradual substitution of native I American or other priests forthe Spaniel monk curates Up to the time of the vwr the Spanish monks were curates in all parishes j the Ifillpinoa being merely tbeir icars fiughaeto be willed The Spanish A k Wslioji of Manila has already rcaigMd n ra He is now at Rome to help in the nego tiations It will be necessary too to define the character and office of the future Apostolic Delegate In the islands The White House is therefore aiming at the establishment of a definite peace and tan American Government The Holy See- wi1 expreSs its opinion as to the modus operandi The conquest of the islands will aid the cause of Catholicism tc which it assures a new development and- that of the Papacy the efficacy of whose power of cooperation will be demonstrated FROM OHIO What Sandusky Hlbornlanr are Doing Memorial Day Exercises SANDUSKY 0 May 28 Knowing the interest you take in the welfare of our noble Ancient Order of Hibernians everywhere I am sure you will be pleased to learn that the order in San dusky is on the increase numerically the past two years and especially this year of 1002 At the two last meetings twenty new members were elected iin Division 1 and ten members in Division 2 The next meeting Division 1 will have a class of forty new members and it is expected that our State President and State Secretary will be present ou this occasion Your readers will hear more about the A O H of Sandusky iin futureMemorial day exercises are occupying the attention of those who annually take part in decorating the graves of the fallen heroes The Commissioners have received one thousand markers for soldiers graves in the different cemeteries It is a new design made of galvan ized metal the top being starshaped seven inches wide with inscription G A R Post Erie County on front while on the back is a socket to hold a flag Attached to the star part is an augurshaped wroughtirou piece two feet long one inch wide and a quarter inch thick also galvanized and pointed for insertion in the ground It is a neat and artistic design and has an attractive appearance when surmounted with the American flag The Confederate dead on Jobnsous Island will not be and a committee from forgottenI Sandusky have been getting and ground in the Island cemetery of Southern soldiers in good and neat order for the c ceremonies on Memorial day After last Memorial day F sent you a description the island and its cemetery and ax original poem for the occa sion allot which you published This year I send you another original poem in which perhaps there is more truth than poetry DANIKI MCARTHY PRiTYRESORT Konwood Park Is Growing In i iFavor With the Best People There are many pleasant breathing spots atad places to spend an afternoon asia evening in the vicinity of Louisville hit none are gaining in popular favor as Bopidily as Kenwood Park reached by the Fourth avenue and Third street park cars William Fleischer the proprietor has had everything newly painted the hade trees trimmed and every accommo dationadded that caters to strictly first class trade There are swings and play grounds for the children and attendants slid a lovely spot for private parties to whom special attention is always given Week day parties are quite fashionable there and merry crowds assemble every evening There is a firstclass restaurant and excellent service with prices reasonable Those who would get away from the heat and dust of the city will find this an ideal spot and need have no fear of coming in contact with any dis agreeable parties as such are barred from the park and its surroundings Mr Fleischer says the number of visitors has been greater than any previous year and includes only the best class of people SHORT NEWSNOTES Two more Coahty Federations Suffolk and Middlesex have been organized in ilassacbusettstOhk won the Democratic nomination for Congress in the First dis trict by a big majority His election is soured Chicago is the greatest railroad center ik the world All roads lead to the Windy City and 1400 trains arrive and depart daily The life insurance companies paid out over f1000000 in Kentucky during the year 1901 Of this sum nearly half was disbursed in Louisville The two largest policies were carried by W F Grant and Zack Phelps 25000 eachii Gold has been discovered at NorthIChristian this State and being capita1ists placed for the development Of the land near Hawkins for mining purposes Reports for this year show that under the sanitary syalean established by the Amerlcapa in Cuba yellow fever has been almost entirely eradicated Cuba has been the hotbed and starting poiat of the disease which despite the strictest quar aatlne often spread to the Usited States and ravaged the Gulf ports said tMlsste sippl valley Do not put salt into soup until you Me WIUMOjtltCritqg ANNOUNCEMENT II IIIL LOUIS A BRORIN6 D SrDENTIST For the 1actnfne years Ilocated at 430 and 438 W Market ftoeet has removed to 442 W rtiffKCX ST UP STAIRS one door we tiaf AjppePs gents furnishing store where toe will be glad to welcome his friends al0 itUe public in general iin n his new offi- ceIDEAL t DENTISTRY AT RUA OtWTJ PRICES e Superb crown and1brlQnc work gold and porcelain croVJJII411tfficial teeth oldsilverrrubber and cellu loid plates Consultation and EKarrllnaUon Free DAIRY MAIlStf r r7 Attractive Girls Who VtW Present Catchy Comic v 1 Operarr After months of steady preparation the Choral Society is anxiously awaiting the night of June4 when it will present the catchy comic operetta The Merry Milk maids The preparatory work has bees done in a thorough and systematic man ner and allwho fail to go to Macauleys next Wednesday night will surely regret it The facts many of our friendswlll be curried back to the days of their child hood when in a land once flowing with milk and Jbjjney they acted the part of tlyepullcmafwithoutthe aid of an sjturesi have no doubt but that many a mother in tbedaysjwhenrover coving through the clover but gave him the mitten for some Farmer Jim or possibly his nape might have been Pat nut we are drifting from the operetta proper which eserves success were it only for the fact that it is bring ing out a number of young singers whose talents are certainly of a verybigh order The story rlinnelfa thus Dorothy like some of lierfeir asters is for a time carried away by the gold and white of the Commodores uniform and throws over poor Farmer Jim She consults the Queen who urges her to be very careful with this stranger who appears in his true guise of a beggar and later in that of a Royal Peer from India when lbe runt amuck with the farmer lads and is exposed by Dr Franz von Ritter M D S V P D Q Farmer Jim in the mean I time has consulted the old Judge buti gets encouragement only from the doctor and from Old Monica the fortune teller Dorothy meets Monica also and the scene ternthatClwilh the marriage ofi the lovers who live happily ever after ward i During the progress of the opera several catchy choruses are worlked inl and quite an1 elaborate drill by the Farm ers Brigade under the direct comt nand of Farmer Joe The role of Com modore will be sung by William Imord e who makes his debut as a singer on this occa sion A good voice combined With aI handsome physique will certainly tend to make him a favorite notwithstanding he plays the villians partFannerl Jim brings upon the stage the star of the troupe Lauremce F Cameron better known as Renny Cameron a promi ment member of the Young Mens In Mitute It goes without saying that as tie is a tenor singer he hits the ladies at his feet his success in this regard being equal to hat of De Rezke Kubelik and otherrioted artists Dr Von Ritter etc etc is larger in name than in person being impersonated by Louis Dugan who though new to work of this char acler has been heard before in certain circles Haying a tenor nearly as good as that of Cameron he is also a favorite with the ladies Farmer Joe jif we ave not mistakes will certainly be tendered an enthusiastic reception as lie leas forth the Farmers Brigade With a baritone voice ot good range he has natural ability 09 aa actor James ONell whoiassumes this role is some thing of a violinist as well though his modesty doubtless prevented many of his friends from becoming aware of the fact Philip Coady sivgsi the role of the udge1hofuUof wiscsaws expiates love giving peculiar news of life aad fortune for the benefit ftbe Milkmaids but has verf little patience with dteap polnled lovers For the difficult role of Queen Miss bale Kelly was selected by the judges IB competition with certain other well known vocalists and those wHo have IleaJingMItore foe the naudkuce Dtxathyrtlit+ to tl- vw lovelorn maiden brings out Miss Edith Kirwan whose beautiful mezzo voice is only excelled by her attractive appearance dnd charming manner Undoubt edly Dorothy is well qualified to turn the heads of the Commodore medical staff and the whole brigade of farmers Loie Fuller will simply not be in it with Miss Nellie Carey in her dance while the sweet manner in which Miss May Scott recounts the mishap of poor New John a long time ago will make that sadaccident log to be remembered by those who hear it The title Old Mother han Monica hardly fits a bright happy girl like Miss Carrie Swift whose voice ie marked with much sweetness and volume R The quartet of Farmers Joe and Jim the Judge and Monica sing one of the pretean tiest parts In the operetta While the principals are singers of ability the chorus certainly deserves a word of tlje praise not only for the attractive young ladies composing it but the sweetness and volume of their voices and the natural ease with which they carry out was the drills and other movementsBI The following six young ladies will be seen at good oldfashioned dash churns prepared to make butter that will pass the inspection of either Dr Allen or Dr Von Ritter Miss Nellie Finnegan Miss Maggie Scally Miss Eliza Hannon Miss Joe Ada Schultz Miss Mary OConnor Mrs Joseph De Coursey The little soubrette will be represented by Miss Blanche Gordon in the role of Ruth Her description of the manner in which the of Commodore is Imposing on poor Dorothy will certainly bring down the house The following young ladies will appear j as the milkmaids Misses May Green Katie Hines Eliza Hannon Blanche Gordon Nellie Carey Delia Cady Ever eldis Specht Irene Sheehan Mayme ONeill Lizzie ONeill Lizzie Houlihan to Julia Hessen Ada Schultz Annie Hanr non Annie Collins Gertrude Wlderneyer Sadie Daly Nellie Finnegan May Scott gary OConnor Katie Davern Maggie Sheehan Esther Owens and Rose Jansen of TheiUarmers Brigade is made up of the ifollowij Rubes Thomas Kline Henry Vrley VfllHam Hetlerman Carl Bigley EardiP e Joseph Gasper Joseph DeC CohtYrdard J McDonough Louis Ramw iGeojge Ramser Alexander Flann e t1 tqy Flaunigan Frank Ryan James 42i7 John J Crotty Samuel tieblet jJPto ONeill William Hines Thomas BQrIYeAWFUL lJIJ1 Dims Sullivan Falls iFrplit a Tralnand 1 s Horribly- Eangloc1 ft r DennisiSUaivauvOne pf the 6esl switchmen iin Louisville met an awfulpp death last Sunday afternoon being run over and instantly kflled by an Fourteenth and Maple JJ Central train at I streets Hexwas the head switchman a train that was being pushed southward jI i and was on ithtf car next the engine i When Maple street was reached he wasfj seen to fall but whether it was the result of a jolt or a slip in throwing the brake will never be known The engine passedj over the unfortunate man and when as sistance reached hint the body was found lifeless and horribly wangled r Keenan took charge of the remains and prepared them for removal to the 1 home of Mr Sullivans slater with whomi he lived on West Oak street never fcav fug been married Mr Sullivan was a member of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernian wkich took charge of the funeral audt1 was popular in IrishAmerican circles The news of his sad end was a great shock to ids wide circle of friends His took place from St Williams church Rev Father Murphy being the of the solemn mass of requiem In his funeralssermon he paid a touching tribute j to the dead man who was the first to be buried fruit that church Wednesday night DlvMan 4 tOOk appropriate actionI 1 1and a coma will report resolutionsI atthe next matting iPHffiNIXSARK OPENING ThosntK 1IIiIkwi11 be formally v opened for the season tomorrow afternoon with 4hn famsus Weber concert t band of Cincinnati to the initial attrac f tion For weeks JPBAt painters and decorators leave been at work and the management feels confident the public will be TdeMgbted with Ute laany improve C meats made Never did this pretty re sort present so beautiful cam appearance ttBdthtre should be no troable in secur ing an immense share of public patronage tins summer Webers bawl is every whwe known as one of the best In the country and music lovers will rejoice at this opportunity of again hearing him i Concerts will be given everyafternoon t and evening during the week and the following Sundayalso The music will be of a popular character and embraces over 7000 selection Many of our lending i societies are already booked for out- Ings at this popnlarplacer and those contemplating i summer celebrations should f make it a point to MC Manager Zable at 1 esoon as possible j I ARE LOOKED FOR Unity Council YOBBJ Mens Institute ol New Albany will We visited on Mon dJ ly night June 16 by Mackin and Trin itj Councils of this city The two coun 1s will cross the river in a body sad eJeryr member iv looked rOC upon tha- tA colon each waatisg to have the WgeSt turnout Unity is now the- JaJgtet council 1- M 2hia territory and We era that they wilt tire the yWtaw- raj a ception equal to any ever seem In C t t cky J In t Jc HIBERNIANSM What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A ladies Auxiliary has been formed in London Conn I Division 4 has elected to membership James R jLangan and Patrick H Shee Five divisions will participate in the Hibernian union field day at ProvidenceI IThe Milwaukee division will initiate class of twentyeight members next Monday night The Rev Dr Martin will speak before Hibernians of Watertown Conn on Sunday evening June 15 George English member of Division 1 reported still sick Tuesday night who can should visit him The County Board and degree team are arranging several surprises for the next initiation All divisions will have candidates President Hennessy Tom Lynch and McGinn will make great effort to have a large class ready for the June initiation = Messrs Martin Grogan John Connors Pat Owens and James Phalen members E Division 2 were reported sick Wednesday night Division 1 transacted only routine business Monday night adjourning an early hour and turning the hall over to the County Board Now for the field day and a big cele bration Every member should respond the committee when called upon and all the assistance possible The Hibernians of Springfield Mass will celebrate the Fourth of July with a field day A feature will be the parade all the divisions in the morning The Providence County Board has selected August 21 as Hibernian that tate the Ancient Order andlayII friends will have a field day at PointDivision 3 meets Monday night at Nel liganSHall Nineteenth and Portlaud avenue The members wilt hear inter reports and have some very im business to transact Wilkesbarre Hibernians are arranging for the fortythird annual State conven tion of the order there next August The programme will be an elaborate one and will be appreciated by the delegates An oldfashioned field day of Irish flpprts and athletics should bring out an- inpepse gathering of people This form oEoutudpor amusement is today the most pPut rlUghout the Eastern States sThe HSbQrlntans of Hudson county N 3 will hold lifteir iftythird annual cele J 11bratiol1 and pdqnat Jersey City on June J 19 Irish wpieQf the jig reel and hornpipe varieties V elltall tastes will be President Tom poianhas for two years been an ea nqt adxoc4e of the field day celebration by thc Ancient Order offiiberflians an4 it u gratifying that his motion was uuapiaigpsl4- adopted Division fl of Woonsocket R Itfudd big Initiation ilast Sunday with delegations present fromdivisions oil over the State and adjoiningttowns in Massachusetts After the degree work a musical and literary programme was given State Secretary Coleman contemplatesI the organization of a nuWter of new di visions in Kentucky within the next six months Were the other State officers as 11energetic as he our State would make a grand showing at the Denver convention ItThe ceremonies in memoryof the late Dennis Sullivan whose death was fed ingly announced by President John tHen nessy Wednesday night were very apj propriate and impressive The charter was ordered drared for the usual period The first division of the Ladies Aux iliary in Washington was organized in Spokane this month The ladies who have started the order are anxious that there shall be a large membership aad will therefore hold the charter open till the end of June The United Irish Societies of Denver will give a picnic at Rocky Mountai- lake on June 8 the proceeds to be edar in the entertainment of the Hibernam national convention which meets at Denver next July Representlves of the Irish socletiesof the city have organized for hc entertainment of the convention with Daniel Clark as Chairman Ohio Hibernians will hold their State convention at Springfield the first week r in August with the largest attendance of delegates in the history of the State President Hogan will doubtless reelected for another term as a mark ofi appreciation of his successful and untfr ing labors which has resulted in a wonderful growth of the organization throughout the State- EDIFYING SPECTACLE i St Cecilias congregation has seldo witnessed ao beautiful and edifying5 a spectacle as that presented ou last Sun day by the children who received their first holy communion The altars wer offeredresplendentwithi by the children as they entered their pews and this together with the spIes did musical programme and the collected air and perfect order with which the children approached the holy table wade a deep uidlutingl impression on the vast throng which crowded the church Tile tfolio widjc 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Oxfords Southern o t the popular 2but ton made any shape heel light an- do heavy the most tempting assort ment of 2 low shoes this week for only 148 I 1 TwentyFifth Anniversary of the Catholic Knights of America I Great Gathering Celebrated the Event at lIacal1cygII Theater Rev Father Rock Tells the Early History of the Order PLEASING PROGRAMME RENDERED Macauleys Theater was densely packed Monday night in honor of the celebration of the twentyfifth anniver sary of the Catholic Knights of America The Central Committee have every rea son tobe congratulated upon the success of the programme which was in every detail and afforded an evenings entertainment such as is seldom enjoyed The brilliant and well dressed audience which thronged the theater attested the strength 6f the order and its appreciation of the work being done by the Central Committee The entertainmentwas highclass throughout and each number was given hearty encores The stage was given a pretty by the Corri gans ahd their assistants and upon the signal of Ben Speaker the curtain rolled up showing seated In a circle represent atives of every branch in the Falls Cities among the number being some who were members since the formation of the order After the applause which greeted these gentlemen had Chairman Joe McGinn la a few happy words welcomed the audience on behalf of the Knights He then introduced Supreme Trustee WC Smith who took occasion to introduce Rev Father Rock of the Cathedralthe first Catholic priest tto become smember of the Catholic Knights of America who was the principal speaker of the evening Father Rock wlSa his best his allusions to the widows and old maids convulsing the audience as did also reference to the innocent robbery by the Kentucky Jrish American of credit belonging to him and beetowinj it upocl y sootherx n IIwideI II Nafnsook Embroidery in pretty pat with 4 suitable for 4 fcT White allover Lace in beautiful shamrock pattern former price 175 1 OOODslIthe very latest for shirtwaists 40cprIcef Plain white Oxford Cloth 25 inches wide for ladies waists priceCper yard Plain white Paris Muslin 72 25Cinches wide at per yard 0 Summer Foot Dress GRADUATION SLIPPERS the the o shoe styles and to 0oand department and While offer the moneysaving miss specialC 48Graduation pat 00 with soles JUBILATED perfect setting subsided simply yak his Ccorset 124for Correct Svl Ladies Oxfords the newest QP 1 98wp ideas are shown in this rec ognized 250 assortment this chance is exceptional 25 styles to choose from all the leathers and any shape heel this weeks special 198 T 248 Patent Kid special five of Ithe newest lasts are shown in this line both light and heavy soles andmade to retail exclusively at 3 this is genuine patent kid special 248 0 f2 98Ladies Oxfords dont pay 0P here are better styles for less money our entire purchase 350 low shoes of all leathers ofIIfor this weeks special 298 IJBACON SONSI IOOAmong other things the reverend gentle man said- I am proud to stand before such an audience as this but I am prouder still thatI have been invited to speak on so momentous an occasion as the twenty fifth anniversary of the founding of the order of the Catholic Knights of America Mr Smith and several others beside myself who are present tonight were also in attendance when the baby was born Now it is a lusty man We call ourselves the Catholic Knights because we are proud to fight the battles of God under the banner of the Catholic church and our field is all America A little more than twentyfive years ago the Bishop of Nashville issued a pastoral letter ordering the excommunication of all Catholics who had become members of secret orders and who refused to withdraw within a given time James McLaughlin one of the most beloved of the churchmen had joined the Knights of Honor for the insurance protection When the letter was issued Mr Me Laughlin withdrew from the Knights of Honor But Said he we should organ ize a fraternal insurance order of our own without the mummery of time secret orders and acceptable to our spiritual leadersAnd so the thing was started Our first principle has always been charity Charity begins at home With this idea solely in mind the insurance of 2000 is taken by the members to protect their loved ones With it has been developed an unselfish Christian spirit of helping those who need assistance I was the first priest to join the order I saw the good to be accomplished and the power to be developed from such an organization directed against the ruinous foolish secret orders It is still growing it is spreading everywhere armed with the panoply of love of wif and home His reference to the reserve fund of nearly a million dollars the largest of any fraternal order fa America arpused great enthusiasm He concluded his ad dress with some very humorous but prac tical suggestions to husbands wives sweethearts and lovers appealing to them not to delay loner but at once be come members of the Catholic Knights He then sat down amid deafening applause Next on the programme was the Aeolian Glee Club composed of Messrs Armour McFarland Jr Peter J Schreck Will Martin S B Merrifield Charles Heeb Sylvester Grove John Gleisner Clem Brooker and Andrew Tschan whose selections were so heartily encoured that they were compelled to return Tour times This is perhapethe t beet organization of its kind in otiitville and during tr l the rendition of the imitation of a church organ the audience was held spellbound A most pleasing number was the soprano solo by Mrs G Krippenstapel She is possessed of a commanding stage appear ance and a voice of exceeding sweetnecs and great compass and the hearty greeting given her was evidence that her reputation had preceded her John Ford was indeed clever in his club swinging performing the most difficult and newest feats Miss Rosa Dennis and Miss Ada Cunningham made friends and sang sweetly Ben Speaker and Jake Ulmer kept the audience roaring with laughter in their sketch Our tittle German Home In which they were greatly assisted by little Misses Emma and Florence Ulmer whose singing and acting was of a very high order and showed the careful train ing given them by Mr Speaker Several goodnatured jokes at the expense of the Irish and Germans evoked much mirth and applause and it was with regret the audience parted with them Another pleasing number and one which was very heartily encored was the piano selections of Miss Margaret Norton a young lady pupil of the Presentation Academy whose graceful touch and artistic execution stamp her as a per former of more than ordinary promise Her many admirers were elated over her successBut it remained for Miss Anna Clary and Michael Reichert to make the hit of the evening Miss Clarys an elocutionist is well known inStantonsii Cities but her best effort was day night when she rendered Moneyless Man responding wfth others equally well rendered During the recitations Mr Reichert was doing somelIghtning crayon work his pictdres of Bert Speaker Joe McGinn and Harty Veeneman causing roars of laughter but few failing to recognize the latter through his whiskers While the orchestra played sweet strains he worked earnestly 4n a large frame and when the temporary sheet of paper was removed a magnificent illuminated picture of St hospital was presented to the astonished audience and it was some time before the applause that greeted it ceased Thee work of Miss Clary and Mr Reichert was a fitting and appropriate climax to the celebration which the committees had labored for many weeks to perfect The Aeolian Glee Club sang the Good I Night song exquisitely and thus closed i the silver jubilee of the Catholic Knights of America of the Palls Cities and aU that remains to be desired is that every Catholic man and woman will at once make application refusing longer to eI without the manifold benefits conferred on m mbersMeMrssMcGinn Veene man and Speaker deserve the praises con ferred upon them as also the entire 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