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I r t KENTUCKY IRISLIAMERICAN II IL 4 VOLUME VIIINO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 14 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS WINNINCNUMBERS Three Thousand People Enjoy Themselves Mackins Outing- Postponement of the Sack Race Was a Great Disappointment Holders of Lucky Tickets Must Call Soon For Their Prizes NOTHING MARRED DAYS PLEASURE But few river excursions even given out of Louisville were so unqualified a success as that of last Tuesday to Fern Grove by Mackin Council Y M I The arrangements were perfect and were carried out in every particular and the success of the outing is due largely to thehard work of Messrs George Lautz William Kerberg Charles Raidy Ben Sand Gus Weber Robert Osborne Fred Herp Frank Adams Hugh Higgins Jim Shelley Councilman Bizot Vinnie Smith Dr Casper and others Fully three thou sand people took advantage of the ideal weather to spend a day with the young men of the West End and it is gratifying to state that all are anxious to Again lose a still greater period of time to aid Mackin Council in realizing its ambition to pay off its debts and make still further improvements to its beautiful home All feel especially indebted to Mrs Galway Misses Bee Mullarkey Katie Smith Katie Henley Mayme Crowley of Chicago and their assistants for their excellent services both in entertiiniug and presiding over the dining tables They arranged a dinner that was more in the nature of a banquet than an ordinary outing meal and at an early hour every thing had been consumed The promised exciting sack race was postponed till either this fall or next spring Beides Jailer Pflanz Council man Gus Bizot Charles Raidy President Frank Murphy Jack Shelley Gus Weber Barney Flynn and the writer there were twelve other entries A con ference was = beld Monday evening to select a judge for this contest and Miss Elvira Sydnor Misser the Tattler of the Times was the unanimous choice Unfortunately the popular Tattler who is a shining light of the Womens Press Club could not be present having gone to the meeting and reception of the club at the country home of Miss Alma Mc Dermott No other name for the place would be considered and therefore the race which would have aroused the wildest excitement was postponed till Mackin gives another outing which all hope will take place this year It was said that Murphy and Raidy had been practicing on rollers for some days and felt confident of carrying off the honors But there were other favorites and many pinned their faith to Jailer Pflanz and Barney Flynn The day was spent in all kinds of Innocent amusement not an incident occur ring to mar the happiness of the occasion Before the boat left several suspicious characters made their appearance at the wharf but the presence of Assistant Chief Tom Maher and Detective Ross was sufficient warning that they had come to the wrong place and they took themselves off with alacrity The officers and members feel very grateful to them for their watchfulness and care Shortly after the arrival of the noon boat the drawing for prizes took place and was very satisfactorily conducted by Dr Alphonse B Bizot and Jailer John R Pflanz The coupons were placed in a large sack and were drawn forth by little Miss Grace Pflanz and Master Charles Hoban The lucky numbers were No 27 a pair of trousers No 1513 picture and frame to Mrs Scho field 2832 Cleveland avenue No 3358 automatic swing No 4831 load of coal T J Kelly 723 Twentyseventh street No 734 sideboard Mrs Holzknect 3217 Bismark avenue No 2840 one boxot tobacco No 51 suit of clothes Oihas Kerrick 1533 Twelfth street No 1315 rocker Mrs Jacob 2227 Bank street No 1107 barrel of four No 400 center table John J Sullivan Willard Hotel No 1100 lifesize portrait Rev Father A J Brady St Cecilias church No 4083 furnishings William J Daly 2010 West Main street No 3370 trousers No 1804 hat The holders of the tickets bearing the foregoing num bers are requested to call immediately at the club house on Twentysixth street where their prizes await them Mackin Council has added much to its finances as well as reputation and ere long wilt show by handsome improvements a proper appreciation of the hearty support given its undertakings which will doubt less continue till the new hall is erected and paid for I THEIR ANNUAL DANCE t A large crowd is expected at the annual invitation dance of the Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Councilat Fountain Ferry Park next Wednesday night The entertainments of these young ladies have all been high class and thoroughly enjoyable and they are striving to make this one surpass any heretofore gives by tkem Mm Anna J1eywho heada the committee iis- U J 0 being ably assisted by Misses Mayme Burke Minnie Lleboldt Rose Gathof Louise Stark Mayme Kiely Lillie Ack erman Mayme Fink and Stella Oehler and they assure their friends a pleasant reception and enjoyable evening The Young Ladies Auxiliary deserves the hearty support and encouragement of our young men who should not fail to visit them Wednesday night at Fountain Ferry John J Sullivan Jr Dr Phil Beutel Jr Will Bossung Charles Sie vert Thomas Newman William Goebel and George Dues have tendered their services to the girls and want their friends to be there also I JOHN TROY DEAD One of Louisvilles Oldest and Most Respected Railroad Men The numerous friends railroad associates and all of the older members of St Patricks congregation sorrowfully heard of the death of John Troy which oc curred Monday morning at his residence 812 Twelfth street John Troy was one of Louisvilles oldest and most respected citizens and his life was an active and honorable one He was seventynine years of age and for over forty years had been connected with the freight depart ment of the Louisville Nashville rail road being one of the oldest and most popular employes of the system which he had seen grow to immense proportions The deceased was a very charitable man and also a wise counselor to young men starting lifes career Mr Troy was a native of County Wicklow Ireland but came to this country in 1848 the year of peril and suffering in the Emerald Isle After spending a short time in New York City he married Miss Ella Haunigan Not long after his marriage he came to Louis ville and this city has been his home ever since Besides his aged wife Mr Troy leaves eight children Mrs L Lawrensou and Mrs C J ONeill of Memphis Mrs George Meikle Miss Minnie and Messrs George John and Thomas Troy of this city The funeral took place Wednes day morning from St Patricks church with solemn high mass of requiem Rev Father Cronin being the celebrant and was one of the largest seen there for rI e time there being a large turnout Oi his railroad associates as well as mourning friends from all parts of the styMay nejrest jnpeaqe I WITNESSED CEREMONY Judge Taft and Other Amer icans Attend Papal- Consistory The Papal consistory about which the press has been speculating so much of late was held in the Eternal City last Monday morning Pope Leo XIII being present throughout the ceremony The Holy Father was borne to the Sistine chapel in the Sedia Gestatoria sur rounded by Cardinals and formally be stowed red hats on Monsignor Martinelll formerly Papal delegate in the United States Prince Archbishop Skerbensky of Prague and Prince Bishop Von Prezyna of Cracow The Pontiff also appointed several Bishops including the Very Rev William J Kenny Vicar General of Jack sonville Fla in succession to the late Bishop Augustin Verot and Very Rev Philip Jt Garrigan Vice Rector of the Catholic University at Washington as Bishop of Sioux City Iowa Subsequently at the consistory the Pontiff delivered a short allocution Judgs Taft Governor of the Philippine Islands and the Americans with him were invited to witness the ceremony The party occupied seats in the diplomatic gallery As the Pontiff passed he and smilingly bowed to theAmericans The Holy Father ap peared in splendid health and his eye was unusually bright GENUINE SURPRISED The announcement last Tuesday even ing that Oscar Hay and Miss Florence Coyle had been married the preceding Wednesday was a genuine surprise to their many friends in Clarksville and Jeffersonville They had been sweet hearts for some time but bad so well guarded their attachment for each other that their union was not yet looked for The bride is the lovely daughter of William Coyle and ayoung lady of many accomplishments The lucky groom is the soof exSheriff Hay the well known livery man with whom he will be associated in business The happy couple are residing in a cozy home on quietlyfittedmade SATOLLIS MOONLIGHT Satolli Council Y M I a leading Catholic young mens organization lie made the most perfect arrangements for its eighth annual uptheriver moonlight excursion which takes place Monday night This council is composed of some of our best known Catholic citizens and has won a splendid reputation by th excellence and success of the many social affairs given under its auspices Catholic society generally looks forward to this pleasant event and there id no doubt but that this uptheriver will be I very largely attended An interesting programme has been prepared and besides dancing there will be refreshments ItJs expected this will proceed farther r up1the river than do the ordinary moonlight excursions i FEELING TRIBUTE Carnegie Hall Crowded at Arch bishop Corrigan Memo rial Meeting Prominent Mon of All Creeds Occupy Seats on tho Platform Judaism Paid Tribute by the Presence of Venerable- Dr Gottuell PRESIDENTS ABSENCE IS REGRETTED Many religious denominations were represented in the thousands of people that went to Carnegie Hall New York City last Sunday night to honor the memory of the late Archbishop Corrignn The great hall was crowded to the doors and on the platform were scores of dis tinguished clergymen and laymen Ex District Attorney Eugene A Philbin presided On his right sat Bishop John M Farley and on his left Monsignor Mooney Judaism paid tribute to the dead Archbishop in the presence of the venerable Dr Gottheil Telegrams ex pressive of regret at enforced absence were received from President Roosevelt pov Odell Mayor Low and others The speakers were W Bourke Cockran Thos C OSullivan Thomas M Mulry State Commissioner of Charities exAssistant District Attorney John J Delaney and President Charles V Fornes of the Board of Aldermen Civic life was represented on the platform by President Cantor of the Borough of Manhattan exController Bird S Coler exPostmaster Charles W Dayton Justices Giegerich OGorman and Fitzgerald Recorder Goff and Judge New burger The chorus of St Cecilia of the Church of St Paul the Apostle consist ing of a hundred boys under the direc lion of Edmund G Hurley sang I Know That My Redeemer Liveth and Happy and Blessed Are They by Mendelssohn Rodneys Calvary was rendered by a chorus of German singers under direction of Franz Gross with in cidental Eolaparts by Hi Hartma and Joseph Frey Miss mike sang Gounods Ave Maria- Chairman Philbin in his opening remarks paid a touching tribute to the late Archbishop who was his personal friend He said he was not only a sin cere friend a good priest and an able prelate but viewing his character and achievements as a whole he must ever be regarded as a great mangreat in his fidelity to duty great in the sincerity and firmness of his convictions and great because of what he had accom plished Never have I known a man who was so unsparing of his own com fort and pleasure and who iu the higher planes of human endeavor or in his divine calling whether iu the cause of humanity or religion So usefully em ployed every minute of his time and every faculty of his nature mental and physical We may well thank God that it has been given to us to have had our lives influenced by a character so saintly and by one who stands for all time as a model of a Catholic and a citizen The gifted Bourke Cockran in his elo quent tribute said in part Seldom if ever in the history of a civil ized community has there been paid so impressive a tribute to the virtue gentle ness and character of any man It is highly creditable to our citizenship that in this tribute men of many creeds have participated The mere possession of the archbishopric was not the reason to in yoke this tremendous tribute but the possession of this great office has fur nished to a really capable man an oppor tunity for displaying his quality while to the incompetent lacking capacity and devotion it merely makes conspicuous defects which in other walks of life might pass unnoticed There seems to be scarcely a department in human life in which Archbishop Corrigans influence and capacity were not felt He seems to have established a monument to his piety everywhere His record is I belleye unparalleled in its success for reforming youth When we consider the talents the business ability which this man displayed can anybody doubt that if he had exercised them for his own benefit he would have died among the richest men in the community He might have left an enormous fortune and perhaps disposed of it to charity when it might have become useful after it had been employed for some time in defending itself against the attacks of heirs if it had followed the precedent ot other fortunes similarly bequeathed He might have distributed the money for chart greatsapplause for himself and undoubtedly Itbelieve I am justified in saying that the best gift which man can give tolls fel lows is the gift of himself and that was Theesplendid achievements of this diocese show theknowledgeand good will of the clergy but they also slow the devotion and capacity of the Archbishop who guided and directed them He was the embodiment of the priestly spirit Some persons will tell us that the great popularity which Archbishop Corrigan enjoyed was the result of a change in the Catholic church Nothing could bea u n t greater mistake It i unchangeable and unchanged As it was it is today and we have the promise of God that it al ways will be Theytell us that the Catholic church is jn some way opposed to republicanism Catholicism is the only source of republicanism that the world has ever seen lit is to Catholicism that republicanism oases its birth The only basis upon which republicanism can testis the virtue of thejndividualsystem Archbishop Corrigan lived in milderI times than when prelates were corn Felled to risk their lIves in defence of heir flocks He lived jia an age when iit was no longer necessary for prelates to stand up and tell kings to pause before perpetrating outrages iupon the people But if it had been necessary for him to risk his life he would have done so gladly and willingly i1 j He would have been found moving among the sick and helping the suffering t was with zeal and fervor that he maintained the principle of virtue Archbishop Corrl gan was not of the liberal school of thought He believed that every word and every syllable in the sacred legacy was true or none of It was true He could not understand how any man professing to be a CathoU could under any circumstances relax Inc the slightest degree in the requirements of observance of the faith He wasAuncompromisng in the truths that were jjjiven to him by God He never had a quarrel with those who disagreed with him A man was either a Catholic Sr he was not If he refused to believe he must leave the church if he repented 6e was welcomed back Upon the altar Archbishop Corri gans piety was conspicuous When he assumed his robe he woe impressive and majestic In the rulpi he was convinc ing and always interesting Was he eloquent I define eloquence as sin cerity It often happens that one man constructs the most elaborate phrases and sentences and his words fall flat upon his auditors while another man whose address is unstudied will receive the most rapt attention If you caJlI sincerity eloquence beLwas one of the strongest pulpit orator a I have ever heard in this or any other community He was singularly truthful sincere and simple I have never k own a person to deceive him It is laid that nobody believes a lie but a liarIn my inter view with the Pope he described hint as a saintly man and Q greatt prelate That is the inscription which lbelieve should be placed on his tonebera great prelate and a saintly man Itlfjvai that senti ment that was expressed by those who ythesiplLoTeI SPEAKS OUT BOLDLY Executive and Advisory Com mittees of Catholic Federation Last Sunday there was an important meeting at Cleveland of the Executive and Advisory Board of the American Federation of Catholic Societies at tended by Bishops McFaul and Messmcr and the national officers Letters were read from many Bishops indorsing the federation among the number being Bishops Spalding Haid Midland Glor ieur Conaty Hoban Forest GabrielsI and Donahue The date of holding thet i national convention was changed from July 15 to August 5 The most important business trans acted however related to the treatment of Catholics in the Philippines Ringing resolutions were adopted urgently pro testing against the course being pursued toward the school children and the same were ordered sent to President Roosevelt These are firm respectful and clear cut and leave no doubt as to their meaning President Fowler of the local federa tion expressed himself highly elated over the action taken at Cleveland as iitf gives Kentucky a better opportunity to organize federations before a call is made for a State convention From the National Secretary he learns that the federation movement is meeting with great success in nearly all parts of the country S S CRONE REICHERT This month is certainly one of wed dings and Lohengrins march will played scores of times but not for a hap pier union than that of Miss Emm- Reichert and Theodore Crone at Holy Name church on Tuesday morning June 24 Father OConnor will be the cele brant of the nuptial mass and the cere mony should be one of the most brilliant ever witnessed iu South Louisville The lovely bride is the daughter of Michael Reichert State President of the Catholic Knights of America and is a young lady greatfavoriteMr Crone is a prosperous young Wes- End grocer The young couple have a bright future before them and in advance we wish them a long and happy journey through lire I UNION EUCHRE The union euchre and dance at Phcenix Hill Park next Wednesday evening under the auspices of the combined councils of the Young Mens Institute promises to be the society event of the week The games will be played in the pavilion but those who prefer may enjoy themselves dancing S A S First Assistant Postmaster Genera- Wynne recently appointed isa cone to the Catholic faith He wasfor many years the Washington correspondent of the New Yuck Prssa u11 ajI fFRANK HAGAN Announces His Candidacy to Succeed Judge Matt ODohorty The Latter Was tho Unanimous Choice of Bench Bar anti People Preferred Ills Immense Prac tice Rather Than Seat on Bench HAGAN HAS A STRONG FOLLOWING Judge Matt ODoherty last Saturday evening announced to the Democratic Committee that he would not be a candi date at the coming election for the Judgeship to which he had been lately appointed by Gov Beckham The ap pointment of Judge ODoherty was the most popular yet made by the Governor and met with the hearty approval of the bench bar and people and it was their earnest hope that he would continue to honor the position Had Judge ODoherty consented to run he would have had the united and hearty support of his party and besides thousands of our best citizens who prefer an able and up right official rather than a partisan All those whose names had been at any timeI previously mentioned called upon him and urged him to make the race pledging him their best efforts in his behalfI But notwithstanding all these assurances the Judge remained unshaken in his determinationIn papers there were several statements as to the cause of Judge ODohertys action The facts in the case are that he was never an applicant or candidate for the office and his ap pointment tiy Gov Beckham was a greater surprise to him than his friends These same papers were as far wrong in their report before his acceptance as they were regarding his declining certain nomination For nearly a week he had the acceptance of the offered place under consideration and it was only after the lawyersfbusinessmen and citizens in all walks of life that he consented and then with the distinct understanding that there was no conditions attached to his action During his short time on the bench his decisions have been entirely satisfactory to plaintiffs and defendants and it was not uncommon to hear him spoken of and classed as another Judge Emmet Field everybodytrecognized as one ablest per haps the most successful lawyer at the Louisville bar His immense practice nets him oval r 20000 a year and that he would not relinquish this to accept a 5000 Judgeship was no surprise to his intimate friends In an interview he said no one could have a higher sense of appreciation of the honor conferred upon him and the consideration of the Gov ernor than he but when the appointment was accepted it was with a full under standing of what he would do when the time came Judge ODohertys course throughout has won for him the highest respect of the people of Kentucky who admire him for his frankness and honor able attitude while regretting that he will not longer grace the bench with a dignity that would have added luster to the judiciary of Kentucky When Judge ODohertys determina lion was made public Capt Frank Hagan one of his strongest supporters announced his candidacy which lies been well received all over the city There is very little doubt but that every body who was for Judge ODoherty will rally to Mr Hagans standard and this alone should insure his nomination and election Capt Hagans great ancestors came to this country from Ireland before the Revolution His grandfather one of the Revolutionary pioneers became a resident of Nelson county this State nowbeliving vicinity many goodaat College Bardstown Capt Hagan began the prac lice of law at St Louis where he re malted till the breaking out of the civil war Casting his fortunes with the South he fought valiantly for the Lost Cause till the close of the war when became to Louisville and resumed the prac lice of hiss profession His ability was soon recognized and in 1808 he was elected Prosecuting Attorney for Louis withtCapt Hagan has always bead among the foremost fighters for Democratic principles and every campaign found him working hard and earnestly for his party nominees Hii reputation is not merely local but extends throughout the country due largely to his prominence in State and national conventions He was the organizer and President of the Louisville Democratic Club that attracted such widespread notice at the St Louis convention in 1870 Bryan had in him a zealous and ardent supporter and never has he shrunk from any honest certainlylentitJepartytcptbar is high indeed A goal lawyer of varied experience he is In every way well equipped for the Judgeship to which he tlr- y f aspires lie has practiced In both the State and United States courts and no one would exercise greater care in main brining the honor and dignity of the bench Well known and popular with the masses no mistake will be made In selecting him as the Democratic standard bearer Capt Hagan is the father of Robert Hagan Prosecuting Attorney of the City Court who will organize the young Democracy in his interest Judge Thomas R Gordon who came to this city about twelve years ago will make the race against Capt Hagan S S NOBLE LIVES ENDED Mrs Thomas Hill and Mrs Bridget Hannan Pass Away This week the East End lost two more of its oldest and most highly respected residents and St Johns and St Brigids church each a devout communicant Mrs Julia Hill the beloved wife of Thomas Hill and mother of Rev Father John Hill of Hopkinsville and Messrs Michael and Joseph Hill of this city died Wednesday morning at her home 528 East Breckinridge street Though Mrs Hill had not been enjoying good health for some time her demise was most unexpected and the news was a great shock to her friends and relatives Her funeral took place Friday morning from St Johns church Rev Father Hill celebrating the solemn high mass of requiem assisted by a large number of local and visiting priests The church was thronged with mourning friends and relatives who followed the remains to their last resting place Mrs Bridget Hannan aged seventy two years passed peacefully away Thurs day morning at her home on Baxter avenue after a long illness fortified by sacraments of her church and calmly awaiting the summons She was the mother of Misses Beezie and Nellie Han nan and Thomas Hannan with the Louisville Water Company Mrs Han nan came to this city from Ireland while a yoeng woman She married James Hannan who died years ago and was one of those noble women of the old Irish kind so seldom met with nowadays Tier funeral takes place this morning at St Brigids church where Rev Father Connolly will officiate at the high mass ofrequiemBoth ladies will be mourned by large numbers They were women of rare Christian piety always ready to alleviate the sufferings of their uufortu nate neighbors and setting an example that might be well followed by us all May their souls rest in peace I TAKE THE LEAD Well Known Club Womens Initial Lawn Fete Festival The initial lawn fete ice cream and berry festival of the season is announced for next Friday afternoon and evening under the patronage of the Enterprise Club on the beautiful lawn of Col Dan Kane 2718 West Chestnut street Though still young the Enterprise Club is one of the strongest and most influential of this citys womens clubs It has done an immense amount of charitable and other good work during the past winter and the proceeds of this coming fete will be devoted to such worthy purposes The membership is composed principally of well known society ladles of the West End who know how to entertain their friends and all who attend will have a jolly good time The present officers are PresidentMrs Joseph Clark Vice President Mrs Dan Kane Treasurer Mrs Col Jas P Whallen Little folks will be entertained during the afternoon the evening being for grown people Features that will amuse old and young will be provided and a more delightful affair will not take place for some time to come Let our readers turn out that evening and meet the charming ladies of the Enterprise Club EMPLOYES EXCURSION Next Tuesday night the young gentle men employes of J M Robinson Nor ton Co and their friends will make their annual moonlight excursion up the Ohio river Messrs Frank Schuck Ed Cumberland Louis Kieffer Paul Easton James Murray Robert Buckley Albert Yost Will Hohmann Nello Smith Charles Allen and Will Daly compose the committee having charge Wehr leys band has been secured and nothing has been omitted that will add to the en joyment of the evening The refresh ments will be served by Benedict and the employes Invite all their friends to have a jolly river ride with them COAT TAILERS CLUB A novel and original social club was organized last week by a number of well known young men residing between Twelfth and Eighteenth streets and south of Broadway The members were given a Dutch supper by James Doyle one of the promoters and arrangements are being made for a big spread at the next meeting which takes place June 25 One of Its objects is to secure good government for that section and as the members are all energetic young men the club may reach immense proportions The officers are President Dominic Kaelin Vice Pxewdent Emmet Fitzpatrick Secretary James Cullotu Treasurer James Doyle 4- n 1 CALL A HALT Citizens Swindled by Solicitors for Alleged Catholic Publications Secure Advertisements From Merchants Through False Reports I Their Manuals Directories and Calendars Are Not Recognized THEY ALMOST RESORT TO BLACKMAIL For some years Catholic citizens merchants and others have been the victims of outrageous swindles perpe trated by roving bands of smooth talkers who are slipping through the world with out doing any honorable work At different times they swoop down upon the town visit sonic scab printing office and make arrangements for a job of work that when completed disgraces the art preservative of all arts Then they are ready for work With some specimen of goodwork and proofs of some stock half tone cuts they proceed to entrap the unwary Presenting themselves to such as do advertising they profess to have the approval of the parish priest the managers of some charitable institution or some well known citizens They claim they have been authorized to issue a Catholic parish directory or calendar some of the proceeds of which will go to some deserving public institution but never a cent has yet been received from any such parties Others make the claim that they will publish a recognized Catholic Manual which usually consists of a calendar and sonic few facts known to every school boy NonCatholics are the greatest suf ferers from this class of sharpers They think they are contributing to a recog nized and authorized publication and often pay very high prices for the space allotted them These people skip over the town in a hurry secure the signatures of the unsuspecting and very quickly return with aIbum panttoilet L2tcaJd anddeMIlntlrcmlmbrJeT If any refuse because of the apparent fraud they are threatened with exposure and lawsuit and in the majority of cases they tamely submitComplaints have come to this office of men who have been using women here this summer as decoys It has been charged In at least two instances that the signatures to the contracts were forged the woman having adroitly secured a business card or bill head which would be used as copy When the unauthorized work was refused the woman would be brought forth for the purpose of making charges that constituted blackmail The representative of the Kentucky Irish American ran down one of these fellows this week In response to ques tions he admitted that his alleged Cath olic Manual was nothing but an individ ual enterprise unauthorized and unofficial and declared that the indorsement of the Holy Father would be of no ad vantage to him To the people who would reach the Catholic reading public we say beware of these fakirs They never issue anything that reaches the destination desired by the advertiser There are legitimate and honest Catholic journals here deserving of this patronage who suffer from the periodical visits of these pirates The Kentucky Irish American reaches more homes in a week than do all these fake publications combined in a year Take warning and hereafter adver Use with those whom you know andare with you all the time Then there will be no threats of lawsuits andexposure noblackmailThose would advertise judiciously should soon make arrangements for space in our anniversary issue I CLOSING OP SCHOOLS Tomorrow evening at St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streets a large audience is expected to witness the closing exercises of St Cecilias school This is one of the largest Engllsh speak ing parochial school in Louisville and is in charge of the Sisters of Charity who have arranged an excellent programme with which to celebrate the close of a most prosperous year The closing exercises of St Augustines school for colored children will occur Thursday evening June 26at the church hall on Broadway near Fourteenth The feature will be the musical programme which will be well worth hearing as the colored people are noted for their musi cal gifts Father Feltona friends are anxious that there be a large attendance on that occasion when a very small ad mission will be charged in order to help him in his noble labors for the saving of the souls of the colored people I I INJURIES NOT SERIOUS Pat King employed at Bannons pipe works met with an accident Monday which it was feared would lay him up for sometime He was at once removed to his home 1121 Zane street where lie received immediate attention His in juries though painful are not serious feydaysagain f TTISOrY IRISIJ AltIERIti KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNt IINIIMWII1 NIIM noted to the Moral end Social Adv ceIKet of all Irlsit Americana WI7lIA312 loX HIGGINS publl her 4UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Butered at tbt Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter 4ddferiell IIskalloHI fa tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 Welt areea Street UN- 1yTRADES IJ1a COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 14 1902 1 LYNCH ARRESTED Col Arthur Lynch against whom a warrant charging high treason for his part in the Boer war has been issued and for whom the Scotland Yard detectives have been on the lookout for weeks landed inEngland Tuesday was arrested taken to London arraigned and remanded till Saturday It was inti mated bail would be allowed but Lynch did not ask it His case will likely prove annoying to the British Government as well as important involving one of the boasted sacred rights of the Eng lish system of government Lynch is the representativeelect of the people of Galway in the British Parliament As such he is entitled under the law to immunity from arrest except for grave fel ony that will interfere with his duties as representative of his con stituency in Parliament Lynch was not charged with offense till 5 after his election though the acts are alleged to have been committed previous to his election and until convicted thereofif it be held a grave felony he can not legally be denied or deprived of his seat and his constituency of representa tion in Parliament and then by Parliament and not by any other authority Parliament can refuse to seat him but can take no action t till he presents himself or expel him but can not do so till he takes his seat To arrest and imprison a member of Parliament prevent ing him taking a seat to which he has been elected on charges of of fenses previous to his election will be a usurpation of Parliamentary right and authority and a blow at representative government which would raise a storm of protest even though Parliament submitted to it- t Now that Lynch is in custody the case will be watched with in terest The refusal of Lynch to apply for bail looks as if he will not allow the Government to shift the issue and the offer of bail in a case of high treason shows unusual len iency on the part of the Government as parties so charged are not allowed bailat least before a pre liminary trial Lynch has returned been arrested and now what will come of it- ENGLANDS COSTLY VICTORY We stated last week that the t world would have opinions of its own regarding the peace in South Africa and outside of England it nesidedthatseemsthe Boers except independence could not have claimed better terms had they been the victors It de velops that the terms granted the Boers are far more liberal than those on which Gen Botha offered to surrender sixteen months ago 12Kitchener favored accepting Bothas terms but Chamberlain and Milner scornfully refused because Botha required civil instead of military government no confiscation of property or punishment of partici pants in the war and the return 1 of prisoners After sixteen more months of fighting the Boers are given far more than Botha asked Of course this is because of the prowess of English arms for which Kitchener is to be presented with 250000 and made an Earl but there are those who assert it is be cause the cost Joss of life number of invalids and cripples stagnation of trade and industries scarcity of funds and general and growing dis contentat home rendered it imper ative to stop the war and escape tUeviuble disaster to the British tmpire Despite the censorship and mis J statements of the London War Office regarding the cost and losses of the war the information is now available since peace has been de clared The Governments of the world had representatives on the field who made regular reports From the Bureau of Information of the United States War Department it is ascertained that the cost of maintaining the English army in South Africa for thirtytwo months was 500000000 This does not include mobilization transportation and expenditures previous to arri val and after departure from South Africa All estimates put the total cost at not less than 1000000 000 and this does not include ex penditures incurred by the terms of surrender for the future Likewise the loss of English in killed wounded and missing is given to May i 1902 It shows a total of 4086 officers and 91593 meunot including prisoners re leased deaths in captivity or of sick sent home The estimated total of killed deaths from sickness wounded and disabled is put at 100000 to 125000 COERCION For general information as to where the anticonspiracy laws sometimes sought to be enforced against labor unions come from we give a few of the charges on which persons in Ireland are being ar rested fined and imprisoned It will also enlighten some on what Irish coercion means In this country workingmen raise a howl against such tryanny and politicians and press take it up but when it occurs in Ireland our politicians and press are silent and some people wonder what the Irish are always kicking about1 How nearly like our antilabor warrants they read Conspiring to boycott certain persons in connection with the taking of evicted farms- Conspiracy II to compel certain persons not to continue in the occu pation of certain lands Conspiracy to induce one Den nis Connolly not to work for one John M Hodgkins Conspiracy to induce certain persons whose names are unknown not to deal with Dennis Connolly or John M Hodgkins Being concerned in the passing of a resolution referring to land grabbers and grazers Conspiracy to induce persons not to leave lands when ordered to do so by the landlord or his agent Conspiracy to refuse and resist payment of increased rent and costs of land holdings Conspiracy to aid persons in holding land from which they have been ordered evicted Conspiracy to induce or prevent persons from renting or occupying lands from which tenants have been evictedGiving aid and shelter to evicted tenants on the estate from which they bad been evicted In this last case a leasehold ten ant had taken in his brothers family who had been evicted from another part of the estate As the lease holder can not be dispossessed he was arrested fined 10 and sent to jail for three months And so on We could give more samples but these will suffice to show where antilabor laws come from English lawand what is meant by coercion in Ireland The resentment of our people against any attempt to enforce it in labor troubles Indicates that its enforce ment as in Ireland would be met by a revolution The settlement of the teamsters D a c strike by arbitration in Chicago seems to have opened the eyes of employers to the advantages of ar bitration and They now propose a standing board of arbitration t settle future differences without strikes and boycotts The team sters signify their acceptance of the proposition The world do move and so far the laborer is leading in the march of progress Arbitra tion prevents as well as settles strikes besides teaching employer and employe their mutual interests and reliance and their benefit iin uniting to protect instead of antag onizing and injuring each other Some folks are easily consoled oat least they affect to be Lord Goschen speaking in the British House of Lords on the financial situation said the country might well congratulate itself on a situa tion which showed such economic stamina And this with 2 per cent consols at 973 per cent dis count while three years ago 2 per cent consols were 101 Though the interestrate is increased 25 per cent the price of consols has de creased 4 per cent But as the Premier Lord Salisbury says this iis very gratifying it must be The Washington Post thus sums up the South African surrender After sixteen more months of fighting defeat loss demoraliza tion England yields more than Botha demanded in the first place and all Great Britain is abandoned to hysterical rejoicing at the de liverance A careful examination of the material thus far placed at ourdisposal warrants the conclusion that Great Britain has made a very fortunate escape and that the Boers have obtained with the single ex ception of national independence everything they have been fighting for We shall hear from South Africa again II The Tobacco Trust claims to have 35000 employes none of whom belong to the Tobacco Workers Union It might also add that the majority of its em ployes are of the most ignorant class and are not paid enough to enable them to live in a decent house to wear good clothes or get enough to eat being more or less of a burden on public charity to say nothing of their morals and be havior which will not command a premium It is questionable whether the trusts factories are a benefit or a curse to a community Speculators who bought up leases on lodging houses rooms and viewpoints in London for the corona tion are in danger of aItfrost as it seems the attendance from abroad will not be as large as expected and the rich and gullible Americans are not sending in orders with the cash as anticipated An exchange suggests that per haps the Irish members of Parliament would accept the Hon Web ster Davis as the hero of the South African war Well not if th Irish members of Parliament know any thing of the Hon Webster Davis his pedigree record and so on We heartily appreciated the favors bestowed upon us this week by numbers of clergy and our Catholic societies They give us great enCouragement during the dull and heated season President Donald McDonalds card in last weeks issue opened the eyes of a number of gas consumers Wonder if the treaty of Pretoria will prove a second treaty of Lim erick DONT FORGET ST PHILIP NERI The members of Rev Father Acker mans parish announce their annual out fag this year for Monday June 30 at Phoenix Hill Park Many valuable prizes have been secured for distribution among ticket holders and committee are at work arranging for a day of amusement that will surpass any given in Louisville for years The features that are being secured will be announced next week Dont forget the picnic Paper Ackerman a friends know hQw to entcrlatu their friends and celebrate on such an occasion Hon Albert SDenj last Monday announced hi withdrawal from the race for the Democratic nomination for CPU greae in the Coyiugton district A 0etas Ethel Fitzgerald is home from Roanoke Va where she was attending school Miss Margaret Coleman gave a coach ing party to a number of her friends Thursday afternoon Mrs Elizabeth Logue of New Albany lies been spending the week with friends at Martinsville Ind Miss Cora Eleanor OMeara who has been pursuing herfstudles at Notre Dame College Baltimore arrived home Thurs day Pat McNulty who was called here to attend the funeral of Mrs Annie Hink rIcy his wifes mother left Wednesday night for his home at Birmingham Misses Rose and Mary Conroy will next week move into their beautiful new home on Twentysixth street They are the fashionable dressmakers of the West End Misses Kathleen Bryan and Mayme Shanklin attractive visitors from Lex ington are the guests of Miss Edna Rubel with whom they will spend n week Mrs L B Pemberton wife of the New Albany optitian left this week for the lake shore to visit her sister Mrs A B Gates with whom she will remain for a month or six weeks Invitations nre out for a big jollifica tion tomorrow ht the home of Jerry 6Leary 1235 West Market street in honor of the christening of little Edward the latest arrival from Babyland John Patterson cousin of the late William Patterson left Wednesday for his home in Chicago During his stay here he was the guest of Mrs William Patterson 2609 West Main street Miss Mayme Crowley a fair visitor from Chicago is the guest of Miss Bee Mullarkey 2416 Griffiths avenue She has won many friends during her short visit here and has been the recipient of much social attention Edward Tierney of the Board of Safety returned Tuesday from an eujoy able visit with friends at Pineville and Middlesboro Mr Tierney who is a dis ciple of Isaac Walton reports the fishing as excellent at the latter place The lawn fete given by the ladies of New Albany at St Edwards hospital Mqnday afternoon and evening for the benefit of the hospital dispensary was an enjoyable event and was largely at tended and liberally patronized 11 Miss Mary Russell a popular and ac complished young llady of the West End and James F SaRlonwitb the tailoring establishment of Guilfpyle Co have announced theirengagement and August 5 has been set BJ the date for their mar riage Dan Coblcusthe St Louis representa tive of Beruheim Bros after spending a week with friends in this city left Tuesday for an extended trip through Vir ginia Maryland and the Carolinas Dan has met with great success since leaving Louisville A delightful reception is announced for next Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Henrietta Kaiser at the home of her parents 806 Eighth street Miss Kaiser will that day be graduated with high honors from the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy on East Broadway Mr and Mrs Charles Schmuck will give a reception Tuesday evening at their home 1615 West Chestnut street in honor of their daughter Miss Josie an attractive graduate of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Miss Schmuck will be assisted in receiving by members of her class Secretary Jack Shea of the Board of Public Safety will leave soon for a short stay in Georgetown where he has many friends None of our city officials are more deserving of a vacation which might well be extended to include the yearly fair held in that progressive Bluegrass town The most delightful of the weeks many entertainments was that given the Womens Press Club on Tuesday after noon by Miss Alma McDermott at her beautiful country home The gathering was a merry one and the charming hostess added another nevertobefor gotten page to the clubs history Another very enjoyable euchre and reception was given Tuesday afternoon and evening at the school hall by the Married Womens Club of Holy Trinity church New Albany These good ladies give these entertainments every two weeks and are thus doing much toward the improvements being made on the church by Rev Father Kelly The thousands of readers of the Ken tucky Irish American especially the Hibernians Knights of Columbus and Catholic Knights will rejoice over the good newsthatUndertaker John Barrett has greatly improved during the past week He is now sitting up and it is sincerely hoped it may not be long until his recovery is complete and he beagain able to mingle with his host of friends Orrie Wballen is back from a two weeks stay at Hardin Springs This popular summer resort he says is grow ing rapidly in popular favor and the commodious hotel there is almost filled with delighted guests The natural curiosities in that vicinity are many and brides boating and fishing there art amusements of ali kinds Thjs lai an excellent place to go to for a season t f lest Chief of Detectivee WillUai Sullivan spent several jdayt iai Lexington this week where bf went to attwd the an r 1E nual meeting of the Kentucky Assocla tion of Police Chiefs The head of th Louisville department was at all tithes surrounded by others eager to receive suggestions from him This city never had a more efficient Chief of Detectives hence his exceeding popularity grid th great confidence reposed in him James Farley the young son of Will iam Tynan was christened at St Johns last Sunday afternoon and the ceremony being followed by a largely attendey and enjoyable reception and supper at the family residence on Preston street Mr and Mrs James Metcalf were th sponsorsMiss Heskin left Thursday for New York and today salts on the Etruria for Ireland where she goes to visit her parents who reside at Castle town in the County Mayo She will1 spend sir months in the Emerald Isle Miss Heskin is very popular and a large number of her friends accompanied her to the train W A Pendergrast Secretary of the National Credit Mens Association which held it annual meeting in this city during the past week paid the local council of the Knights of Columbus a visit at it meeting last Wednesday evening Mr Pendergrast hails from the city of Brook lyn is a member of the Supreme Board of the Knights of Columbus and Chair man of the Finance Committee He will be here for some days winding up the affairs of the association A largely attended and enjoyable re ception was given Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr and Mrs Martin Finnegan 614 Washington street i honor of Joe Finnegan who but recently arrived here from Ireland Vocal and instrumentalsolos were features and suppedancingr The house was beautifully decorated and the tables artistically arranged by th generous and charming host and hostess The most brilliant double weddin ever witnessed in Carrollton was solemn- Ized at St Johns church with nuptial high mass Tuesday morning when Miss Emma Straub and Matt Grasmick and Miss Margaret Gill and Will Straub wer united in the holy bonds of wedock the ceremony being witnessed by a con course of friends that thronged the church which was specially decorated for the occasion All are prominent in the best social circles of that section of Kentucky Joseph W First and Miss Dora Peschke were married Wednesday morn ing at St Boniface church with nuptial high mass John First brother of the groom was best man and Edward Hoerter chief usher and Miss Rosa Peschke sister of the bride was maid of honor Following the church ceremony the happy couple received their friends at a reception and wedding feast at tir residence of the brides mother 412 East Jefferson street and afterward were showered with congratulations at a dance given lit their honor at Turners Hall They are now at home at 641 East Market street The Church of the Immaculate Con ception was the scene of a brilliant mar riage ceremony Tuesday morning iin which German society of the State was interested The contracting parties were Miss Julia Schuhmann the amiable and lovely daughter of George Schuhmann and sister of Rev Father Schuhmann of the Cathedral and Henry Imorde with the Frank Menne Candy Company There were a number of priests at the nuptial mass celebrated by Fathers Westerman and Schuhmann The young couple are spending their honeymoon in the East and have with them the best wishes of a host of friends Much interest is manifested in the ap proachiug nuptials of Miss Celia Brear cliff and John Whalen cards for which were issued this week Their marriage will be solemnized with nuptial high mass at St Johns church on Wednesday morning June26 Very Rev Father Bax performing the ceremony Immediately after the wedding breakfast the newly vedded pair will leave on their honey moon trip The brideelect is the pretty and accomplished sister of Stephen BrearcHff who is with Fred Brinke the grocer John Whalen is one of the best known and most popular young men residing in the East End and has for years been a valuable employe of the Dennis Long foundry The marriage of Miss Mary Casey and Patrick Welsh was witnessed by large numbers of their friends at St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday morning Rev Father Justa performed the cere mony and Miss Maggie Casey sister of the lovely bride presided at the organ Though the young couple had long ago formed the attachment so happily con summated the invitations to their wedding came as a great surprise to all but their immediate friends They are now BirmingJlate Michael Casey and resides on West Oak street For some years the groom who is a well known resident of Lim erick has been connected with the Kentucky Public Elevator Company A marriage that will prove of more thanordinary interest in German Catho lic society circles of the East End is announced to take place at St Martins church with nuptial mass on Tuesday June 24 the contracting parties being Miss Mary Blasi the accomplished and attractive sister of Messrs Henry and John Blasi and Philip Schlemmer Jr one of the best known young carpenters in the East End who bolds a good poet tion with the L N Following the ceremonyat the church the couple will be tendered a reception and wedding dinner at the residence of the brides father George Blast 1725 Clay street after which they will leave for the Theyhavefor a happy marredlfe- e f HAVEND GOAT Much Ado Made Over liana = eless Oird sin Local Papers Tho Author Taken to Task b3 Editor of tire Outliollc Trhgrnphe Some Valuable Information For Critics of Knights of Columbus THE CARD WAS UNNOTICED HERE cardicon taining some restrictions upon the Knights of Columbus appeared in the butslittle attention was paid it being well known that the author was writing under a misapprehension of the facts But the editor of the Catholic Telegraph of Cin cinnati took the article seriously and his comment thereon which we give herewith is now going the rounds of tile Catholic press issuetLouisville Ky makes an attack upon likenall attacks upon that order is founded upon a misconception of its ritual and objects The writer who hides his identity under the initials F Z seems to belong to the knightly order of which Don Quixote was such a valorous withewindmills In charging upon Colum bian chivalry he imagines he is attacking Halleygagainst Americanism and makes a sorryattempt to distort Dr Pollens utterances to the discomfiture of the Knights of Columbus He rightly calls areecertain that he will regret this praise when we inform him that Dr Pollen s- am active enthusiastic member of the Knights of Columbus No well informed Catholic would accuse the late Arch bishop Corrigan of being a liberalist and yet the present writer heard that learned and holy prelate publicly approve of the Knights of Columbus The contributor of the Glaubensbote conjures up a goat and his poetic fancy pictures the cantankerous animal cavort ing and prancing about the initiating hall with a priest astride his back and holding on to Williams horns for dear life He tells us in all quixotic seriousness that the goat is the biblical repre ofearms of Free Masons Now we desire to kindly inform F Z that the Knights of Columbus have no goat or any other kind of an animalnot even an image or picture of one Regarding priestly candidates the utmost respect is always displayed as is conclusively proved by their unanimous testimony and by their subsequent zeal in promoting the inter ests of the order F Z certainly is acquaintedwith some of the reverend members of the order and we would respectfully suggest that he inquire of them whether during their initiation they were not treated with the respect due their sacred calling- It seems unjust to us for those who know little or nothing about the principles of the Knights of Columbus to criticise the order and accuse it of things of which it is enirely innocent For the information of such critics we desire to state that the Knights of Columbus are composed of Catholic gen themen bound together by the princi ples of charity unity fraternity and patriotism for the purpose of advancing Catholic Interests generally as well as for the mutual benefit of its members The order aims to organize a practical intelligent influential corps of the Church Militant that will command the respect of the world that will combat the dark ignorance of bigotry with the bright light of the knowledge of our Faith that will obliterate among our selves alt prejudices of nationality that will lend its powerful aid to promote greater sociability among Catholics to the end that there will be a more hearty cooperation of laity and clergy and that there will be at least a great diminu tion in the number of mixed marriages Among its more immediate benefits is the insurance it offers to those of its members who are between the ages of eighteen and fortyfive years The order at present has over eighty thousand knightsseveral thousand are active zealous clergymen than whom there are no more enthusiastic members on the roster Can any one doubt but that an order founded on these lines will accomplish a world of good for our people In union there is power in power there is strength in strength there are the means of commanding attention and respect The Knights of Columbus are bound together to stand shoulder to shoulder against bigotry and misrepre sentation to uphold fearlessly and in telligently the faith of our fathers to emulate the example of St Vincent de Paul and to prevent with might and main the outlawing of God and religion by the infidel legislators of our land We think that an apology is due from uF Z LIVELY RACE AHEAD Messrs Frank Hagan and Thomas R Gordon both able and well known mem bens of the Louisville bar last Monday announced their candidacy for the Dem ocratic nomination for Common Pleas j Judge tosucceed Judge ODoherty The friends of both have gone actively to work and the race promise to be an exII ceedlsglyllvelyone A green straw list with green feathers is the smart thing with your all black gown I a 1R18 8ijClfIY DlRfClijRl A O IT DIVISION 1 1 Meets TuesdayPresident Thomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial Secretarypeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy r DIVISION 2 Meets ThursdayPresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford SutllvanFinancial1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecontlng Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at pfaus Hall RemyPresidentRobert 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 MurphySecond KingFinancialTreasurerThomas Keenan CaseySentinelTim ANNOUNCEMENT I LOUIS A BRORIN6 D D SI DENTISTF- or 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 Anpelo gents furnishing store where he will be glad to welcome his friends and the public in general in his new offi- ceDEAL 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 PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season Now Is tbe Time to Secure Dates For Picnics Outings Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts KENWOOD PARK FINEST FAMILY RESORT Telephone 5523a South y- WILLIArfl FLEISCHER PROP Take Thirdstreet Park Car on Fourth avenue Leaves Fourth and Main at the full and onehalf hour during the week On Sundays every fifteen minutes after 12 oclock noon Park in rear for rent to private parties at reasonable charges Firstclass restaurant and excellent service guaranteed Special attention is given telephone and party orders HAMMERSPARK Popular Pleasure Resort This pretty park is patronized by the elite of Louisville no better place can be found tospend a pleasant afternoon or evening The restaurant is prepared to serve special orders with care and in the best A carefully selected orchestra has been engaged for the sea Son and will giverGrand Concerts Daily Numerous attractions for little folks Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street k c j n- r s sENPucoI IRISH AitrERICANpo JJo KKeeplTTIr vnr 7P rat ens 11yLPf Penmanship 1Shormalt an o tyeuriftny s- TeTeyraj7r N y anwritalo9ueXi MH 4u1pvilleKj Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now iin our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building iu the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- CHICAGOON THE e tom IIIIUIotnm1W Rillb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager I MEAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines LLiquorsI and Cigars F Best Old Whiskies SPECIAL in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon ELECTRIC up Of every description sold and repaired Houses wired for electric lights bells etc Estimates freely given and all work guaranteed j j CRONENManufacturers Agent Tel 1865 538 THIRD ST JOHN SULLIVAN SEL- LSKINDLING WOOD SAWDUST AND SHAVINGS Telephone 1863a Sou- thIllillOis Central BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville Memphis AND New Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS t Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagJCincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers S Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or changeand dlf Particulars furnished by any Illinois Central Agent WeJ McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent v Fourth and Market Louisville A H Hanson ChlcllgoWm A G PA Louisville When boiling fish always add a slice of onion a bouquet of herbs and hall a dozen peppercorns to water not for getting some yJaexar This 1la a French rptaadiis most excellent J- J 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes George English was reported sick Tues day night All the divisions have voted to attend the initiation Division 4 has called for a meeting of the Hall Board Roger Nohalty was the first to enter for the field day sports He is goodwith the hammer The County Board members will meet again next Monday night All officers are urged to attend The biennial State convention of the Massachusetts Hibernians will be held in Worcester beginning August 26 Every division in Worcester Mass is now a member of the Hibernian building corporation Division 36 being the last to enterPat Grimes and Edward Craddick do not boast of eloquence but each can talk in a manner that convinces their hearersDivision 2 of Providence initiated four teen members last Sunday week and the same day Division 14 added seven more names to its roll The Visiting Committee of DivISion 4 reported Martin Grogan John Connors James Phalen and Pat Owens still sick though all were improving The auxiliaries of Rhode Island main tain their interest Division 1 of Providence received five applications and ini tiated seven members at the last meeting The election for both State and divis ion officers seems the leading question before the order everywhere There is plenty of good material for both which only needs careful selection Division 4 received the applications of Joseph King and Albert Mitchell this week They will be among the large number expected to receive the degrees at the big initiation under the auspices of Division 2 on Thursday June 26 The memorial resolutions reported by Messrs Harry Brady Joe McGinn and Tom Langan on the death of the late Dennis Sullivan who was a stanch member of Division 4 were adopted amid profound silence Wednesday night James Barry and Martin Cusick are safe leaders and Hibernians should al ways heed their suggestions Both are conservative studious and reliable men Their discussion of the County Board meeting question was both instructive and interesting- It was not generally known until Wednesday night that another little maiden had been added to the family circle of John Hennessy the worthy President of Division Though some what late the congratulations of his friends were none the less hearty Division 1 hada rousing meeting Tuesday night The applications of Edward Craddick Jr and William Welch were received and Henry Mc Dermott was elected Among the members who had been long absent but present were Pat Grimes Officer James Twohig and Pat Liston It was Mr Grimes first visit to the new hall No society in this city has paid out as much money during the past six months for sick benefits as Division 4 The total has assumed immense proportions and if there is not soon a change will pass the thousanddollar mark The members not discouraged declare their resources more prolific than ever and no sick brother will be neglected This is the spirit that puts to shame those who allow themselves tp be dropped for non payment of dues after having been showered with benefits and cared for during their days of illness and miss fortune TAKE A WALK For overtired nerves no exercise is more thoroughly invigorating and restor ative than walking Where there is no organic weakness it is the easiest thing in the world to balk right straight into health Besides stimulating every part of the body walking diverts and charms the mind making it more prone to growth and expansion The nearer we can get to the heart of nature the more in touch are we with the sources of inspiratIon of health and beauty of soul and body Unless we know how to walk properly however our bodies wilt soon tire Deep breathing IB the natural ac companiment to a graceful gait for it increases harmony of motion giving a buoyancy that greatly increases the plaMiire andesadne tile exertion of m iI 0- a walking The step should be ingraceful accordance with ones height and be elastic and light swinging the body so easily from one leg to another that its weight is not fel- tCOMMENCEMENTS Fair Graduates WillI Blossom Forth Largely Next Week Graduating exercises will be the social feature of next week Large numbers of lovely girls will be graduated from the various educational institutions and the closing of the parochial schools will be marked by appropriate exercises those of St Cecilias taking place Sunday evening at St Anthonys Hall Most interesting programmes have been arranged for both Presentation Academy the largest Catholic female educational institution in this city and the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy on Broadway where Misses Marie Heverin Henrietta Kaiser Josie Schmuck Teresa Girardi and Nellie Angermcier will receive their diplomasNazareth will be the objective point of many this week also the ninetieth an nual commencement taking place Thurs day when high honors will be conferred upon Misses Marie Wathen Stella OConnor Theresa Wathen all of this city Six young ladies will be gradu atedOn Wednesday the fiftyfirst annual commencement of Gethsemani College will be held and as much interest is everywhere felt in this seat of learning many of our leading citizens have ar ranged to be present Col Joe Herr mann and his brother Michael will be two of a large party who will leave here TuesdayAnother noted institution is the Acad emy at Loretto where many of our lead ing society and literary women have been educated This years programme is of a very high order and many parties will spend several days there where quite a number of Louisville young ladies are being prepared for their lifes work Five young ladles were graduated Thursday from Cardome near George town in the presence of a large audi ence This academy bears a well deserved reputation and the young ladies on the programme acquitted themselves well SHORT NEWS NOTES Chicago is to have a 100000 horse power electric plant to cost 0000000 The Sisters of Mercy in Dubuque Iowa have awarded contracts for an annex to their hospital to cost 125000 Brocton Mass is the largest shoe manufacturing place in the world the annual output aggregating 24000000 The wage scale is also 20 per cent higher than anywhere else Nebraskas winter wheat crop this sea son will add 30000000 to the farmers wealth This year more than 3000000 acres have been planted and the yield promises more than ever before John Downey aged ninetysix years iis dead at his home near Martinsville Ind He was the oldest citizen in the county and was well known and highly respected Mr Downey was born June 1 1806 in Ireland The quarantine instituted by the Ken tucky State Board of Health against Indiana has been suspended until July L In some quarters it is thought the action was taken because of representations made by individuals who hoped to profit by the expenditure of a portion of In dianas emergency fund The death is announced from Nashville of William P Sweeney fiftynine years old one of the best known railroad men in the South He was chief train dis patcher for the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis railway with which road he bad been connected for thirtyfive years and had held his position longer than any dispatcher in the United States Even in Klondike says the Yukon Catholic one can find a good illustration of the universality of the Catholic church At St Marys church sermons are preached in three languages and at any of the Sunday services can be seen worshipers from nearly every country on the globe The first Mayor of Dawson City is Mr Henry C Macauley born at Lindsay Ontario of Irish parents who with his wife is an active member of St Marys congregation THEIR FIRST MASS Rev Augustus Zoeller of this city who studied his classics at the Franciscan College and completed his theologi cal studies at St Bernards College Rochester will celebrate his first mass tomorrow morning at Father Niesenp church at St Matthews Quite a number of relatives and friends of the young priest will be present from this city to receive bis blessing Rev Earl Willett also of Kentucky but whose parents now reside in St Louis will tomorrow morning celebrate his first mass in that city He pursuer his classical studies at St Charles College Baltimore then going to St Ber nards was ordained with Father Zoeller AOAIN ON FORCE The announcement that Peter D Mad den will again become a member of the Jeffersonville police force was welcome news to his numerous friends in that city Before becoming City Pump Contractor he was a memberof the police force and everybody declares he was one of the best patrolmen the city ever bad NOT ALLOWED ANY A national school inspector in Ireland was once examining class in geography and having reason to correct an answer regardinglougitudepr91ceet There was a slight pause sad a young lad answered Please sir we have no latitude in Ireland The Government wont allow us any A HINT TO BOYS Andrew Carnegie began life in a cotton milt at JjI20 a nloneyTodaywealthiest men in America Get a little bank from the KENTUCKY TITLE SAVINGS BANK Fifth and Court Place and begin to save Open dally until 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p m- MDONNELL Said to have Been Selected as Successor to Archbishop- Corrigan I Only Necessary That Ills Name Appears hi Lists of Clergy and Bishops The Procedure Before the Pope Announces His Final Decision j PROCEEDINGS BEFORE PROPAGANDA The latest news fromRouie concerning the appointment of a successor to Arch bishop Corrigan is rather indefinite but we give it for what it is worth While no official action has yet been taken about the new Archbishop of New Yorkand will not be until the uamea of the three selections of the missionary rectors of the diocese and the Bishops of the archdiocese have been sent to the Propa ganda unofficial action has taken place and the appointment is as good as settled if the candidate of the Propaganda ap pears on the lists of the clergy and Bishops If not the lists will be sent back and the competent authorities in America will be asked to deliberate again This happened recently in the nomination of the Bishop of Portland The Propaganda receives three separate documents from the United States when an Episcopal nomination is to be made one from the clergy of the diocese an other from the Bishops of the province and a third from tbe apostolic delegation at Washington On receipt of these documents the Propaganda appoints one of its Cardinals to examine into the char acter and the record of the selections and after a delay which may be long or short according to circumstances pre sents his report before a plenary meeting- of the congregetiou which acts upon it there and then As a rule the congrega tion selects one of the names forwarded and most frequently the one selected is the one who appears as dignissiraus on the list of the clergy the order being dignissimus most worthy dig nior more worthy and dignus worthyAfter this procedure the final decision of the Pope is pronounced The three names are taken to the Vatican by the Secretary of the Propaganda He pre sents the three names to the Holy Father and informs him of the recommendation of the congregation The Pope is usually satisfied with asking a few questions and then immediately signs the appoint ment of the candidate recommended by the Progaganda Not always however for sometimes Pope Leo absolutely refuses to appoint a churchman who has all kinds of recommendations When Monsignor Kelly was sent In for the co adjutorshlp of the Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney His Holiness resisted the appointment for six months and only yielded when he realized that no other man could be found so eminently fitted for the ffice- Another more remarkable instance may be cited Monsignor Prior rector of the new Beda College in Rome has been sent up no less than four times first on the list of Bishops and clergy for vacant dioceses in England Only a couple of months ago the most urgent petitions were addressed to the Propaganda and the Pope to appoint him to tbe See of Nottinghambut Leo absolutely refuses to let him go from the servicesIt is however improbable that there will be any hitches of this kind m the nomination for the vacancy in New York The Propaganda has practically settled on the selection of a name which is almost certain to be sent ia the list of the clergy The name in question i that of Bishop McDonnell of Brooklyn tt broughbeforei h the offense of kissing ayonng lady by force at l against her will The yotm g o J 0 lady who was very handsome gave her testimony in a modest and straightforward manner after which the Judge pronounced the following decision The court in this case sympathizes with the defendant and will therefore dis charge him without a flue imprisonment or reprimand because the court whilst this case has been in progress has been obliged to hold on to both arms of his chair in order to keep from kissing com plainant himself HOUSEHOLD HINTS It is better to boil eggs twenty minutes than ten as in the former case they are mealy and dry and more readily digested When pan broiling chops always stand them for a minute on their ends that the fat edge may be cooked crisp and brown instead of remaining pale and unsightly When making sauce melt the butter bubblinghotand smoothly before adding milk or stockTo make chocolate filling add half a cupful of water or milk to two cupfuls of brown sugar butter the size of an egg and half a cake of chocolate grated Boil until thick enough to spread be tween tIe cake layers Chopped nuts and raisins may be used in this filling The best method of cleaning windows is the polishing with whiting or powdered chalk first applied upon a wet cloth or paper and then with a dry one In the absence of whiting a few drops of alco hol or ammonia on a damp cloth which does not shed lint will remove all spots and the glass can then be polishedwith chamois skin A useful washing fluid is made by boiling together half a pound of slaked lime and a pound of soda in six quarts of water for two hours Let it settle and then pour off the clear liquid for use This will be found very useful in the laundry for really coarse articles and it is also most effectual in bringing kitchen tables and the floors of rooms to a good color WELLBRED WOMEN The best bred women do not fuss They take their gowns and their furniture their jewels and their children as a mat ter of course They are unconscious of their veils and their gloves and they ex pect every one else to be equally so If they see an intimate wearing a handsome gown they refer to it admirably but yiey also preface their comment with an apology Their differences with their husbands are not aired neither are the domestic upheavals caused by the deser tion of the cook on wash morning The repose of the wellbred woman is not the quiet of weakness It is the calm of trained faculties balanced so nicely that an earthquake may cause n change of color but will not bring forth a loud cry Wellbredwomen are a boon to the human race They help the social and professional world to maintain a high standard both of morals and behavior MISTAKEN VANITY Impressionable tirls are very apt to think themselves in love when nothing more serious than their vanity has been pleased with a few pretty compliments or dainty gifts from young men In no other way does a girl stamp herself more favorably than in a sensible wellbred manner toward the opposite sex The right kind of a girl never invites atten tion and if it comes to her she knows how to accept it gracefully without set ting too much value on it Love is wise and strong and the soul it comes to it makes likewise It is no day dream no fascination of the senses no allurement that weakens the moral nature but the power that makes a woman glorious and a man holy Dont interchange vows of eternal devotion with a young man at the altar unless you are sure your love will live through years of shade and sunS shine and your old age will find you both lovers yet HOME LIFE It is the home that prepares us to meet the world successfully or unsuccessfully and therefore it is a sacred and impera tive duty to make it beautiful in spirit Love makes the world the purer and sweeter and without it we are unfitted for the nobler purposes of life It gives us sympathy for others gratitude for our blessings and a truer appreciation for things There is nothing so sad as a home without love whether it be a sumptuous palace or humble cottage because without love riches can not bring a pure enjoyment of life and poverty is made unbearable If parents I endeavored to make home happy the characters of their children would grow iin beauty and strength The mother and father who conscientiously study the characters of their children Jn order to train them wisely and well and who take a lively interest in their welfare have homes which are the foundation stones of morality and good society EFFECT OP GOSSIP Some of us say we do not care what other people say about us But we do We care a whole lot When we dont care we have reached a very sad and pitiful stage of existence It is very lovely ta think that other people have good opinions of us We certainly prefer pleasant thoughts to bad ones But it often happens that while we are quite innocent of having given offense the gossips have through envy or jealousy- or other motives too numerous to men tiongone about their business with such remarkable thoroughness we won der that we are really fit to associate with ourselves An Irishman being employed in a cer tain cemetery in America happened to be present at a Jews funeral When the ofsthe deceased mans friends laid acoin on the lid of it The Irishman seeing this asked his friend the meaning of itUThat Ii coin said his friend is to pay the de ceased mans fare across the Jordan Begot then said Pat pocketing the u Q- Y 11 o r CMOS SPENCER Preld at nd Expert Accountant Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Success o CALL OK WRITS FOR FWIV INFORMATION p BINSIXTII eFrttBtlrsIIIldlng ge SOCIETY PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American has excellent facilities r 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 coin that was laid on the coffinUbell have to swim this time HINTS ON STYLE Bands of embroidered pongee are among the dress trimmings Mohair glace silk and flannel are the popular materials for bathing suits manypLady apples with flowers and foliage form one of the fashionable hat decora tions Foreign fashion notes say that black silk gowns Have been raised again to the pinnacle of triumph which they held fifty years ago in Paris and also that it is the smart women who wear them Fine white serge makes the most fash ionable yachting suits with stitched bands of the same material covering each seam a stitched hip yoke and a short jacket with pale blue glace silk revers In gloves for summer wear there are some of the white glace kid which will wash These cost more than other wash gloves but they are satisfactory and that is sufficient reason for their popularity Silk gloves with woven lace tops are to be worn with thin gowns this summer as well as mitts and they are both long enough to meet the elbow sleeves Black white and gray are the fashion able colors The laces most used for flounces are first the pretty imitation laces which cost enough to stagger any woman who has a moderate dress allowance and next the pretty Alencon lace Chantllly ap plique laces applied on net or chiffon and Brussels point Dotted Swiss muslin makes very at tractive tea gowns over colored silk linings and you may trim them as elabor ately as you like with long or encircling lines of lace insertion One very pretty gown of white nuns veiling is accordion plaited falling from an Empire bolero of lace insertions The very llatest variety of sleeve has so large a bell below the elbow that it hangs in a full pouch just above the waistband This is the model which the most fash ionable dressmakers show you as the latest shape the one which the Parisian fashion reports commend to your special favor as the newest thing Sleeves assume a variety of forms of course but the one prevailing rule is that they shall be moderately if not quite close fitting above the embow Below that point the detail of the sleeve may be varied in every possible way so long as it has the full pouch effect which may be regulated in size as may be becoming White in whatever material you may choose is without question the smart thing this season and the new fancy for using lace in the ecru tints for trimming gives the white gowns an added charm The lace softens the effectand helps to make pure white much more becoming to some women than it would be other wiseThe material which is most in evidence among the summer gowns that have al ready appeared in public is the voile made up in all sorts of dressy and simple frocks At least there are degrees of simplicity which you can distinguish by comparison only since genuinely simple gowns seem to have no part in the scheme of dress any way NEED OP TENDERNESS The world needs tenderness but the world also needs discipline We are to be strong as well as kind prudent as wellas pitiful Society at this moment at least that part of it which has benevo lent instincts not Indeed a large part of it seems to be in danger of mawkish and caressing philauthrophy which by no means is the Divine way of stimulat ing mankind to rise on its feet andexert itself from which sagacious persons who can think as well as feel portend real danger to our social system before an other generation has past DARK DAYS Does it rain today Is it dark and gloomy That is all right there must be some stormy days Tomorrow the clouds will have a silver lining or disappear entirely Does the sun shine Enjoy the sunshine Tomorrow may be bright also Are you well Enjoy your health and use it to the best advantage Are you ill Then it is a day in which to be patient and endure cheerfully Are you free from trouble Then it is a thanksgiving day Are you carrying heavy burdens for yourself or others Then it is a day for the rolling off your burdens at the foot of the cross WHAT WOMEN TALK ABOUT An editorial writer with a taste for statistics has given to this waiting world a statement in which women may feel some interest He declares that he re largecityI tion of fifty women who passed him He published the result of the experiment and he ia very very low in his mind as he dwells upon what it denotes Of these 1- Ka aa FOR 3313 S1 OJW- DMKEMA WHISKY ICALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN GENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept iu small yard requiring about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months inTT the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 808 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs February 61 March 101 April 206 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE II L ITRADEAnYOne lenalng D saetch end deaerlptton may- Quickly ascertain our 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cool dresses and 25C shirt waists 32 inches wideiCarpets and Lace Curtainsr I U BACON SONSB- eti Third and FourthMARKET STREETBet Third and Fourth 0000000000000000000000 DECLARE FOR FREEDOM Interesting Debate Monday Night Before the Young Mens Institute e The second of the series of debates inaugurated last month by Trinity Council was held Monday evening at the club house hall on East Gray street and at tracted a large audience These debates are very instructive and interesting and the resolution discussed is today one of the leading questions before the American public Before the debate began Messrs Henry Strube James B Kelly Ben Hund Adam Snyder and Price Archer were announced as the judges with Eugene J Cooney as presiding officer The subject of the debate was Resolved That the United States should retain control of the Philippines Chairman Cooney then presented the orators Messrs Emmet Slattery and Frank Dockweiler for the affirmative and Frank Lenz and J J Sullivan Jr for the negative Each side was given an hour and during that time there were flights of oratory and eloquence seldom wit nessed at such gatherings Messrs Slattery and Lenz are both lawyers and ably presented their side of the question but Dockweiler and young Sullivan shared the honors each presenting their ideas in an original but forceful manner No better argument could be made for the retention of the Philippines than that of Mr Slattery but Sullivans plea for freedom and the principles enunciated in the Declaration Independence won the victory the decision of the judges being rendered in favor of those speaking on the negative side of the question All the speakers were recipients of frequent applause GLASER HOCHADEL A wedding in the higher German Cath olic circles took place Wednesday morn ing at G oclock at the Church of the Immaculate Conception on Eighth and Grayson between George E Glaser and Miss Christina Hochadel Although the hour was early the church was filled with the friends of the young couple The bride Is the accomplished daughter af Mr and Mrs Adolph Hochadle2410 West Walnut street and is very popular in Catholic society The groom holds a very responsible position with the Byrne Speed Coat Company After a very elaborate breakfast and with the bet wishes of the friends assembled the bridal couple left on the Pennsylvania railroad for Chicago where they wU iJ PIS ett 4- u spenl a week and on their return will be at home with the parents of the bride RECENT DEATHS We regret to announce the death of Mary Mabel Flynn the infant daughter and only child of James and Katie Flynn of 715 Spring street The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon the interment being in St Louis cemetery It was with profound sorrow that the friends of Mr and Mrs John Hlckey learned of the death of their little son Willie lIe had been ill for some time andwas removed to the home of his grandmother in hopes of a change for the better but without avail His remains were tenderly laid away in a flowered covered grave in St Louis cemetery Mrs Mary Murray wife of the late Michael Murray for many years an engineer on the Louisville 8 Nashville succumbed to an attack of heart disease Saturday night at her home 2100 West Broadway She was a sister of Judge John McCann and was widely known in West End circles where her death Is deeply deplored Two daughters both young ladies survive her The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Charles church and was very largely attended Rev Father Raffo conducted the solemn obsequies Philip Drescher Treasurer of the Del mont Club and one of Louisvilles most deservedly popular young men died very suddenly Tuesday morning at the residence of his father John Drescher 1300 Frankfort avenue The deceased had suffered an attack of typhoid fever and his recovery seemed certain until within a few hours preceding his death The sad news was received everywhere with expressions of profound sorrow But few men hamore friends than young Phil Drescber as was attested by the large numbers that followed his remains to Cave Hill The unexpected death of Mrs George Wode formerly Miss Catherine OHearn which occurred Saturday night at St Anthonys Hospital was a great shock to her many relatives and friends She was the daughter of Mrs Elizabeth OHearn 1210 Frankfort avenue and was held in high esteem in the East End The be reaved husband is a well known railroad man and sincere sympathy is felt for him in his sad bereavement Mass of requiem was sung Tuesday morning for the repose of her soul indat the conclusion of Father Whites feeling discourse there was scarcely a dry eye in the congrega Hon The interment was in St Louis cemetery I LALJr U A LOOK FOR BIG TIME Committee Promise Hiber nians Surprise at the Next Initiation An interesting and well attended meet ing of Division 2 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was held Thursday night President Will Meehan presiding John Ridge and William Welch were balloted for and elected and the applications of John Burke and Joe Wallace were received This makes nine members awaiting initiation Thomas Conway was appointed Chairman of the Standing Committee which will have some im portant business before it within the next month The announcemeut was made that the other three divisions had accepted the invitation to attend the big initiation to be given by Division 2 on Thursday June 26 The Entertainment Committee was authorized to spend any amount necessary for the proper reception of the members and visitors on that occasion Chairman Keaney reported that all ar rangements were well under way and promised a surprise for everybody Con Ford Martin Minogue JohuJ Sullivan and Thomas Conway made some very sensible suggestions after which President Meehan urged all those who had presented names of candidates to have them present for initiation The news that John Barrett would probably be present at the next meeting wasI hailed with exclamations of delight CHARITY CLUB PICNIC Preparations are advancing steadily for the St Louis Charity Clubs grand pic nic which will be given at Riverview Park on June 4jThe dining room will be in charge of Mrs Judge John Mc Cann who will be assisted by a number of ladies of the southern end of the city including Mrs Hannon Mrs Jamison Miss Catherine Gieske Miss Emma Deppen and other well known workers No baskets will be allowed on the grounds as this is contrary to the rules of the park therefore the ladies in charge have arranged to serve dinner for twentyfive cents and dinner for the children at fifteen cents which is cer tainly reasonable The advance sale of tickets bas been very large and as the objectsf a most worthy one it is thought that at least 1000 will be raised Ail sorts of games will be played by the young folks and among other attractions will be sack races by the members of the club President John Ifennessy having challenged all comers u w i HowJJ Are Your IH Teeth I1 1 1If tohave1m II I ILouisville Dental 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