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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c 1 3 KENTUCKY IRISHt AMERICANI VOLUME IXNO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 161902 PRICE FIVE CENTS m SAINT DOMINIC Fittingly Remembered By His Followers of St Louis Bor trahds Church Disciples of St Francis Helped to Make the Celebration Auspicious A Jesuit Recounts the Deeds of the Apostle of the Rosary MANY SECULAR PRIESTS ATTENDED St Dominics day was fittingly cele brated at St Louis Bertrands church Sixth near St Catherine street last Sunday The main celebration was at the late mass at 1030 oclock St Dominic day as set apart by the Catholic church is to be celebrated on August 4 but in this busy work aday country of ours saints days are cele brated when they are celebrated at all by the mass of the people on the Sunday preceding or following the day named unless they happen to fall on Sunday This year St Dominics day fell on Monday but it was not celebrated by the local sons and daughters of St Dominic until the Sunday following August 10 Very Rev Father Fowler O P and bis brother Dominicans made every arrangement for a fitting celebration of the day That their labors were rewarded is evidenced by the large attend ance of both priests and laymen at the celebration Sunday morning St Francis and St Dominic were cotemporaries and friends 800 years ago and to this day their followers in their respective modes of religious life are friends and admirers of each other Each year in Louisville when St Dom inics day rolls around the Dominicans invite the Franciscans to celebrate high mass in the Dominican church The invitation is always accepted In tutu when St Francis day arrives the Dominicans accept ah invitation to cele brate mass in St Boniface church pre sided over by the followers of St Francis This year the usual custom was carried out The brown habited followers of St Francis celebrateditbe solemn highiniass in St Louis Bertrands church It is enough to say that the mass was cele brated with all the solemn splendor for which the Franciscans are noted In the sanctuary knelt the white robed Dominicans and visiting clergy Among the latter were Very Rev Father Cronin Very Rev Father Deppen and Rev Father Meledy The choir under the direction of Professor Charles Weiss rendered appropri ate music After the first gospel Rev Father Nolan S J of Cincinnati preached the sermonFather Nolan came to Louisville practically unknown but the two thousand Catholics that heard him last Sunday will spread his fame far and wide throughout Louisville His voice is clear and resonant He made no attempt at fancy flights of oratory He indulged neither in elo quent introductory or peroration He had a simple tale ttf tell and he told it wellThe story of St Dominic is 800 years old It was told by mothers to their children before books were printed Father Nolan told it over againhow- St Dominic was born in Spain of noble parents of his early sanctity of his academic and university life of his ordi nation of bis long vigils in the pres ence of the Blessed Sacrament where he prepared himself for his life work With simple but master strokes he portrayed the evils of the Albigenclan heresy and how St Dominic combatted and eventually put down that heresy He told of Dominics faith in Mary the Mother of God and of his establishment of the devotion of the holy rosary 4 Father Nolan spoke briefly of the establishment of the order of St Dom inic of the saints it bad produced paying high tribute to St Thomas Aquinas aqd of the good Dominican priests and Dominican laymen were doing at the present day whether it be in our own city our broad country our newly acquired territory in Cuba Porto Rico and the Philippine He closed by calling upon the cop gregation to be faithful to the words of St Dominic and to redouble their interest in that great devotion the holy rosary t tVeryRev Father Fowler entertained the visiting clergy at dinner after th solemn high mass SPRING LANK CLUE PRIZES The Spring Bank Club composed f wellknown society ladles and gentlemen of the city will give a lawn fete at Apple Grove Thirtyeighth and Greenwood avenue just above Rlverview Park on Wednesday and Thursday evenings August 27 and 28 The proceeds are to 1 be devoted to a worthy charitable pur pose Stephen Keeley is one of the managers of the affair and the successful efforts hers made in the past in this line are but a guarantee that this will be of the same high order Besides i refreshments there will bt dancing on the grounds and a fine Jersey cow and Q i t calf a handsome pony sheep hog and fancy quilt will be the principal prizes The price of admission will be only ten cents It is needless to say that those who attend will be surprised at the jolly good time that will be given them MADE GOOD LAWS Hibernians Satisfied With the Work of the National Convention The Hibernians of Louisville express themselves as entirely satisfied with the work of the national convention held at Denver County Delegate Thomas Keenan visited the divisions that met this week to make his report and at each he was listened to with close attention Though the changes made were few they were all important and should have the effect of largely increasing the membership Mr Keenan spoke in high terms of the officers elected at Denver He said they were all men of ability and national repu tation who would certainly add luster to the already grand history of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Hereafter the terms of State county and division officers will be two years the election of the last two to be held in December Therefore the officers of the divisions and the County Board will hold their present positions several months longer than they ex pectedStringent laws were enacted providing for the bonding of all national State and county officials holding moneys belonging to the order Heretofore the decision of the National President was final upon all matters submitted to him but an amendment was adopted whereby appeal may be taken from him to the National BoardPerhaps the most beneficial change made was that which reduced the age at which young men may become members to sixteen years The Hibernians wish to extend the benefits of their educational features to the young men who it is thought will now join in large numbers Military affairs also occupied much of the time of the convention which finally authorized the National Boat to select an Adjutant General who wilt look after the commissions and other interests of the Hibernian Knights The only change made in the sick benefit laws provides for the payment of benefits for the first weeks illness but no member who allows himself to be suspended can draw benefits until thirty days after his reinstatement toniamu1 Cat once to increase the membership that Kentucky might make a great showing at the next convention which will be held at tit Louis He hoped the Hibernian Knights would be reorganized and equipped to march at the head of at least 1000 members when that time arrived THE DATE SET Hibernian State Convention Wlll Be Held Here Sep tember 14 The official call for the biennial State convention ot the Ancient Order of Hibernians issued by State President Shine of Covington was received here this week ani circulars of notification were at once sent out by State Secretary James Coleman Louisville gets the con vention the opening session of which will be held on September 14 The regu lar sessions will be held at Hibernian Hall which will be handsomely deco rated for the occasion Already there is much speculation as to who will be elected officers for the next two years There Isno doubt but that the State Presidency will come to this city which has votes sufficient to elect if united on one candidate During the past two years there has been no progress in Kentucky outside of Louisville and it seems to be the desire to place a man at the heat of this great society who will arouse the Catholic Irishmen of the State from their indiffer ence and take steps to organize divisions at Frankfort Lexington Henderson Owensboro Paducah Bowling Green Newport and other cities in Kentucky where there are numbers of men who would make good members No steps will be taken toward making arrangements for the entertainment of the delegates and visitors until after the Irish field day celebration The conven tion will not last longer than two days as there are but few changes to be made in the laws and doubtless the most im portant business will be the election of officers o VISITED BOYHOOD SCENES prominenteHibernian and well known West End shoemaker spent the past week amid the scenes of his boyhood around Coles burg Ky With him were his wife and sister Miss Mary Sullivan and Miss Margaret King and Patrick Gauley The remains of Mr Sullivans father rest in the old Catholic cemetery which sur rounded the first Si Clares church built in 1808 and older than any church in this city It is here that Mr Gauleys mother was also burled The graveyard still remains but the present St Clares church is in Colesburg two miles from its predecessor Many changes were noted in that section but still there remained many of the old landmarks that recalled days remembered asthe happiest of their Eyes n 1 COSTLY PRIZES Being Donated by Hibernians For the Irish Field Day Contests Everything Points to the Great oat Gathering of Recent Years Men Boys and Girls Are Train ing Hard Before Entry PIPES AND TOBACCO FOR ALL The Irish field day that is on hand for the 24th inst at Fern Grove will be not only out of the ordinary but will be are vival of the sports and pastimes of the Irish people of the olden time Among the Celtic and Gaelic races generally as well as with the early Romans the throw ing of quoits running and leaping vault ing and other athletic sports were in dulged in by boys and young men so that the youths of those races were models from whom the early sculptors drew their inspiration and the bards of misty epochs sang their most tuneful canticles On our own dear green isle our forefathers delighted to show their strength in throwing far the weights which with us pow could hardly be lifted much less thrown freehand at a height equal to ones head Their agility in vaulting was remarkable and their nimble though muscular limbs ran dis tances that are now considered surpris ing The Indian tribes of early Ameri can history excelled iu the saute sports as many of the European races notably running continuing for days without food and hardly tarring time to drink by the wayside brook when on their run ning expeditions That they were and are yet rapid runners the traders and settlers of the States still know It is to revive these ancient games not only for the sake of showing a later generation the practices of the olden time but for the results accruing from these gymnas tics Nothing so builds up the weak heart makes firm the flabby muscle and gives breadth and general expansion to lungs as well as shoulders as these games ijnthe old homeacrosstheocean- Archbishop Croke encouraged and rep warded the young and old men who excelled in field sports and many happy hours were spent and many rejuvenated forms were to be seen after a delightful twoweeks recreation spent in this man ner on the green sward of their native bringbackThe young men will feel encouraged if the older ones take the initiative and much fun and frolic will result Reports made at the meetings this week by Messrs Will Meehan John Hennessy Pat Sullivan Jams Coleman Tom Dolau and others were to the effect that the interest in the field day is every where at fever heat Men boys and girls are training hard for the various fontesta before entering their names an4that there will be n number of surprises seems certain The committee on prizes will not de cide upon the pumber to be offered in each contest until next week AH the divisions have contributed liberally for this purpose and besides many of our prominent citizens have expressed a will ingness to donate prizes for each event Chairman Thomas Dolan expressed him self elated over the number of entries received and says that he has the pipes and tobacco for all who will witness the gamesThe field sports will begin with the ball game between the men of the Lamer ick division and those from the other three and will be well worth seeing The other events that promise plenty of amusement are as follows One hundred yards dash handicap Two hundred yards dash handicap Hop step and jump handicap Standing broad jump handicap Running broad jump handicap Running high jump handicap Putting sixteenpound shot handicap Throwing twelve pound hammer hand icapPotato race Boys race under fourteen years Girls race under fourteen years Threelegged race sMEETS THURSBAY NIGHT The IrishAmerican Society meets again Thursday night for further consideration of the question of reorganiza tion While the insurance feature sub mitted by the committee meets with approval there are some who object and consequently the committee will bring in an additional report covering suggestions made last week Unless a reorganiza tion can be effected that will bring a closer union among the members there is little doubt but that the society will disband the members going to the Hibernians or some other organization SURPRISE PARTY Wednesday evening August 13 John Cunningham of the West End was given a pleasant surprise party by his numerous friends The whole success of the affair is credited to two of his most in timate friends Pi ct King and G R Ju1 a Ford both prominent yetjng men of the West End Dancing we Indulged in till a late hour Misses Lytla Meagher and Ella Giltnane won thetdmiration of all present by their skrllfat performance of severalcakewalks The bountiful refreshments were enjoywir Those present were as follows Misses1 ayme Cunningham Maggie Cunningham Bessie Pot ter Lyda Meagher nnie Meagher Rose Potter Ella GiUnane Anastacia Giltnane Mollie McCarthy Mayme Hoban Effie Ryan Andre Ryan Estelle Ryan Ellen Cunningham Mayme Sulli van Clara Childress Kate Kriel Rose Haley Winne Collins argaret Collins Mesdames Cunningham Sullivan Con niff Carlos and Mitchelllj Messers John Cunningham P G King R G Ford J Herdt William Russ Thomas Sheets Thomas Phillips Alfred Fritz John Payne John Green Tiiftnas Keenan Jr Eugene Draper JamesjMcWilHams Pat rick Sullivan Wallie Davis Paul Cole man James Haley Norman Sauer and Frank Baker of Nashvpe Tenn COUNTRYIESTS Church Debts he Trouble some ProbioinThatCon fronts Them jliThe question of bout to raise money to payoff the debt of aJciTurch is often an important one and Mlone that is frequently difficult to decide In the city there are so many ways that it is not so troublesome to make if decision as to which is the better pTei but the country priests are the ones who have this hard problem to solve Perhaps the most in nocent and pleasurable and at the same time lucrative way issIat ofa delightful picnic where friend meets friend and a day is given over torollc and amuse ment Such was the picnic given at Chicago Ky by tb2members of that congregation Reduced rates were made by the railroad MJmy went up from the city and the neazby towns filled the train to overflowing fen immense crowd was on the ground aujan excellent dinner was served by tr ladles in charge The Rev Edward Hut the pastor was In evidence everywh Se and was ably as sisted by a hard wor ingcorps of ladies Wd gentlemen Several1 of the neighbor ing clergy were pratent among them being Father erf McDonald of Cal vary and Father iJA Vantroosten berghe of Holy era The returns are not all in yet buli1sexpected that something near one tthousand dollars will be cleared On August 23 a picnic will beheld at HolylgSiiiMhe at1ful- grove hlcrTh race ti papurch d + This is the oldest churl h iu the diocese having been built in 1823and the edifice now would put to shame many structures oT much more recent date The present pastor Father Vantroostenberghe has been here only a little over two years but he has made many improvements in that time The members of this congre gation are working hard to make their picnic a success and August 23 will be a gala day for that part of Marion county It LAWN FETE For St Williams Church to Continuo For Two j Nights JiiWhat promises to ibe among the most enjoyable and successful of this years many lawn fetes its announced for Wednesday and Thursday eveuings August 27 and 28 onthe large and pretty lawn surrounding the new St Williams church at Thirteenth and Wilson avenue now In course of erection Arrangements for the illumination of the grounds have been completed and the scene presented will doubtless be brilliant one Amuse ments of various kinds will be provided and the tickets which are only fifteen tents will entitle upholder to refresh ments and for those who desire an ele gant luncheon will be served extra St Williams is known as the baby church of the city and the funds raised at the fetes will be used to assist the zeal ous and clever pastor Rev Denis Murphy in its erection Father Murphy who is n great entertainer is exerting himself to make the fetes a success and the ladles of the parish are seconding his efforts Among the ladies who will assist at the tables are a number iof the prettiest girls in that section of the city Take the TwelfthStreet cars which go within a few steps pf the church and beautiful lawn where the fetes will be held PEWEE VALLEY OUTINO The picnic givenat Pewee Valley last Tuesday was evidently a grand succesS It was a beautiful day and large crowds left the suburban car stables on every car to attend the picnic A good substantial country dinner was served on the cool shady picnic grounds and a fine band was in attendance Many of our Louis ville churches were represented and the good friendly Father McParland wel corned all Mingled in the crowd on the picnic grounds were Mesdames David Welsh Larry Gatt Mike Shea lames OConnor J J Flynn Thomas Keenan Mr and Mrs Merrimee Mr and Mrs Christ Misses Maggie Judge Mary Cross Mary Cummins Blanche Tierney Kate Freeze Stella OConnor Agnes Mc Donougb Hannah Nagle Elenora Shan He Katie Flaunsgan Lizzie McCormick the Misses Coonar and others ad Selfreapect te tkeiuobleetlerment we eaa clothe oarslee in fjrJG J rG CIKIIOFAIBi- ennial Convention to Bo Held at Frankfort Next Month Louisville Branches Will Shown Healthy and Substan tial Growth Splendid Record Made by State Officers Insures Their ReElection A COMPLETE LIST OF DELEGATES The biennial meeting of the Catholic Knights of America Kentucky branches will be heldat Frankfort Ky oil September ft Of course much Interest is being taken in this meeting all over Kentucky and particularly in Louisville where the knights have their largest membershipAll knights have performed valiant service in behalf of the order during their term of office and can not be too highly commended Under the spiritual guidance of Father Bax whatever these gentlemen have done has been well done and has been done unselfishly While all have worked faithfully it is doubtful if any of these officers have given us much of their time In season and out of season to the good of the cause as Messrs Harry Veeneman and Joseph P McGinn the Supreme Dele gates Both have worked hard to fill these positions creditably and doubtless both will be reelected as a reward for their services They know the ropes as it were and could serve the Kentucky Knights better by reason of their expert enceAll in all the coming biennial con vention promises to be one of the most beneficial ever held in the State The visiting delegates will bewarmly welcomed to the State capital The Stale officers are Spiritual DirectorRev L Bax State President Michael Reichert State Vice President E T Houlihan State SecretaryJohn J Score State TreasurerSylvester Rapier Supreme TrusteeW C Smith Supgat HarryVeeneman fifuti j mj it Joseph PMcGinn The following is a list of the delegates elect thus far reported to the State Secre retary to which quite number will be added next week Branch 4WC Smith Bmnch5Edward Neubaus Branch 6 Charley Falk and Frank SpeckertBranch 14 Louisa Fackler Branch 16 John Rapier Branch 18Henry Mels Branch 21Patrick Holley Branch 24Thomas P Dignan Branch 25Albert F Martin Branch 27Murty Shea Branch 29Edward Dowling Branch 32 Cbarles Hubbuch Branch 30 rjoseph Hubbuch Branch 44Louis Goedde Branch 45 Henry Felhoelter Branch 47Thomas Noe t Branch 49 John A Funk Branch 61James E Rapier Branch 83E Power Branch 101WM Spalding Branch 127R L Roberts Branch 129Dr J A Averdlck Branch 132 Michael Woods Branch 154M T Shine Branch 626Henty G Hoemer Branch 642 James McBride Branch 716 Joseph Wieghaus Branch 262F X Wolpert DE FREYNE METHODS Specimen Case Outside the Usual Eviction and Demolition The occupants of Mr Freemans house Kilbrudane were early aroused by a raid of bailiffs A daughter of Thomas Free man was up early this morning and shortlyafter 4 oclock in the early dawn she espied McNiff De Freynes bailiff and his escortof some thirty police The police surrounded the house on every side and Mrs Freeman whose fatally of ten lived in the humble house and whose husband and son are away in England to earn rent and food was naturally much upset Her husband has lived in Eng land for years and has only visited his home about two or three months in the winter Three of the girls are in Amer lea Thomas Freeman holds some seven Irish acres of bogland with an acre of heavy clay land This small holding is divided between himself and his sister Mrs Moran so that the actual acreage is some four acres each Upon this land some little potatoes are raised and a little oats The holding is only sufficient to graze a cow Not a bit o hay ever on it is the description of this marsh which is halfflooded eight months in the year Even at thebest Season this poor family has been hardly able to walk on land The holding fis rented at 15 4s 6d for the miserable swamp There are five years arrears due for the last eighteen years and each yeara years rent has been paid since that time The last two- years Thomas Freeman and Mrs Moran a have paid three years rent and costs The agent Woulfe Flanagan has put costs tin the last two years in collecting this rent and the people have never been able to pay more than they have paid and only this by the English earnings The arrears which were unheeded for the last eighteen ysars were toatledup anda writ served last January The land with other farms was put up for sale in Roscommon and the usual pro ceedings adopted So that this holding of a few acres is nbw Jaxed with almost C40 costs and the fiveyearsold arrears some 166 2s 6d making a total of some 426 That morning Mrs Freemans two cows were taken away by Bailiff Mc Niff and his driver The neighbors were naturally in bed at 4 oclock in the morn- Ing and the cows were driven to French park and Mrs Freeman was not even asked to settle The outhouse in which the cattle had been was securely locked and the lock was broken by the bailiffs and cattle taken away On this holding like many others on the De Freyne estate no fair rent has ever been fixed The same rent of 45 4s Od has been paid by the Freemans since Mrs Free man remembers some thirty years ago although land values have gone down by onehalf since 1870 There is no word of when the two cows will be sold and in the meantime the little children who had milk each day for their scanty meal will have to do without it MACKIN COUNCIL Extensive Arrangements to Be Made F6 Next Cel ebration Enthused over the success of the basket picnic which added another f200 to the building fund there was a large gather ing at Mackin Councils meeting when called to order by President Murphy Tuesday night James Flannery and J W Procaskey were initiated and applications received from JobnNadorff and Dan Gill Relief benefits were allowed members who are sick and much routine business transacted Messrs Hugh Higgins Louis Born traeger Joseph Steltenpohl Fred Herp and William Daly were appointed a com mittee to arrange for a fitting celebration of the ninth anniversary of the council which occurs September 9 It was also voted to have a big initiation on that occasion That this might be done suc cessfully President Murphy appointed two teams between which there is great rivalry to secure new members They are as follows JUWGalwayiCapta5nGeprgevLautz l Ben Sand Anthony Baurla Gus Weber Will Kerberg Frank Adams Frank Schmidt James Flannery William Shaughnessy and Arthur Reagau Charles Raidy Captain Barney Flynn Edmund Coleman Frank Burke V B Smith Pat Flynn Stuart Glass James Shelley Jack Shelley Ben Osilenmore and Walter Adams Mackin never does anythingon a small scale so the members and their friends may look for a big time next September MOTHER CLEOPHAS i Will Celebrate Her Golden Jubilee at Nazareth in October At Nazareth on October 15 next will be celebrated the golden jubilee of Mother Cleophas superior of this order which Is the largest in the State GrEat preparations are now going forward and when the day comes historic Nazareth will be more beautiful than ever The chapel is to be remodeled tfTe improve ments being well under way At present the exhibition hall is used for a chapel until the improvements are finished A hardwood floor is to be laid a marble altar rail to be put iu position new pews to be placed and the church painted Being already one of tllds prettiest churches around here these added touches will so enhance the beauty of the structure that it will be more than ever the pride of Nazareth T As many of the heads of houses as can possibly do so will be at the mother housgin October but It would be impossible to call the hundreds of Sisters home as they are scattered over many States of the Union But the event will long be remembered Mother Cleopbas being so well lloved that she has been elected to the office she now holds for many different terms DEATHS SUMMONS To Arthur Deppon a Member of a Well Known Family Arthur Deppen one of the best known real estate agents in the city died at his home 1823 West Walnut street last Tuesday afternoon He had suffered several weeks from dysentery buf his condition was not considered serious until shortly before his death Mr Dep pen left a wife but no children He was a brother of Very Rev Father Deppen of this city and of Mr Charles Deppen of St Louis and a brotherinlaw of Mr P Viglini President of the German Bank His funeral took place from St Patricks church at 3 oclock Wednesday after noon The remains were interred In St Louis cemetery Mr Deppen was a gen tie God fearing man ewer ready to help brother in need May his soul rest in peace 1 CARROLL TON Visitors From Louisville and DIudison Took the Town Last Sunday And Instituted St Marys Coun cil of the Young Mens Institute Given Hearty Welcome by Rev Father Ahmann and Ills People LAYING FOUNDATION FOR CHURCH After attending the early mass last Sunday morning about 150 members and friends of the Young Mens Institute of this city left on the steamer Sunshine for Carrollton to witness the institution of St Georges Council When Madison was reached they were joined by 250 from that city Upon arriving at Carroll ton the visitors were met at the landing by prominent citizens and escorted to the school hall adjoining St Johns church where the Young Ladies Sodality bad preparedan excellent dinner This was served in a most delightful manner under the direction of Misses Josephine Able Lizzie Framme Prances Grobmyer Rosie Glauber and Laura Grobmyer The ceremonies incident to the institu tion took place in St Johns church and were conducted by Grand Secretary Lautz assisted by Messrs Will Kerberg Gus Weber Edward Kelty V B Smith Frauk Lenz Will Gast and John J Sniff van all of Lonfsville and William Wenzler President Chapman Edward Louer Andrew Jacobs Jacob Casper and Henry Martch of Madison Fortyfour men responded to the roll call twenty two others whose names were on the charter list being Unavoidably absent The obligation having been administered the election of officers was next held and resulted as follows Chaplain Rev Ign M Ahmann PresidentDr Casey First Vice PresidentHenry Luhn Second Vice President John F Hill Recording SecretaryH Grobmyer Financial Secretary John Glauber Corresponding SecretaryCasper Hill Treasurer Harold Grobmyer MarshalH BrHelmes vi SentinelsJoseph Scheller Henry Tba manRev Father Ahmann was the unani mous choice for delegate to the Grand Council with John Glauber as alternate Messrs J E Grobmyer Henry Ebbing anti L M Seisdorfer were named for the Executive Committee The newlyelected officers then assembled before the altar for installation upon the conclusion of which they were escorted to their respect ive places and St Georges Council was declared institued The first speaker introduced was the Chaplain Rev Father Ahmann who extended a hearty welcome to the visitors from the two cities The motto of the Young Mens Institute For God for conntry he said was a grand one Morality and intellectuality were advanced by none more than those before him who were doing much to create a greater sociability among Catholics throughout the land Father Ahmann is both eloquent and witty He thanked those from Louisville and Madison for their interest in the orphan church ofthe diocese and trusted that the seed that day planted would bear good fruit Before closing he extended a cordial invitation to those present to visit Carrollton upon the occasion of the laying of the corner stone of the beautiful new church of St John that he is erecting This will take place October 5 and all would meet a warmhearted people at Carrollton President Casey returned thanks for being elected the first President He was proud of the honor and in apprecia tion thereof promised to give his best services toward the councils success Councilman Gus Bizot of this city Editor Barry of the New Haven Echo and exPresident Casper of Madison Council were the other speakers the latter expressing the hope that they would manifest that loyalty to the council that marked the fervor with which they entered the order Before leaving the church the big hearted pastor asked all to partake of the luncheon spread for them on the school lawn When ample justice had been done this the march to the boat began for the ride homeward after a day most happily and profitably spent The Louisville delegation feel under many obligations to their Madisou i friends especially President Chapman of the Democrat Secretary Martscb and Messrs Casper and Lauer who contrib uted much to the enjoyment of the ladies They can record another good days work well done ABLE TO BE OUT The many friends of Albert F Martin are glad to see him out again after an illness that has confined him to has homeo for the past nine months This week he was able to get around On crutches and he thinks he will be able to dispense with them and resume his duties at the law department of the Louisville sad Nashville railroad within the tteitbeek- or ten days r I NTUOKY IRISH AMEiRI0A1 I r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN IINIINIMNtillINIIIN ievoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WILLIAM 111 HIGGINS Publiher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5Co filtered at tho Louisville Postoftlce as SecondClass Matter Addicts Communication to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street UNION TRADES tABEI COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 16 1902 t WORRYING Just now the nonCatholic press seems to be greatly worried about Catholic matters generally The worry over the church in the Philippines is quieting down as the facts become known and the real situation is understood the Vatican and United States Government having reached a basis for a mutually satisfactory solution to the confusion of those who assumed to know and to speak for both the J official statements proving that they neither knew nor had they authority to speak and after all there was really nothing to worry about There is however an effortiin some quarters to keep it up but it has been discounted Recently the health of the Pope was the anxious point but that is periodical But the Pope is very old and though hale and vigorous for his years he is human and in the natural order of things can not live many more years So the t Papal succession is the subject of worry We are told there are plots and counter plots at Rome with adherents in all prominent countries and this or that government influence is being sought to back up this or that candidate The utterances or acts of prominent R churchmen are attributed to the desire to advance or retard the aspirations of some candidate for Pope Pope Leo is reported as favoring Cardinal Guiti and his appointment as Prefect of the Propaganda was to push him prominently to the front and an advan tageous position over other candi dates for Pope But Cardinal cI RamP lla who is also said to be a candidate resents this and has combined with the other candidates and their adherents in all parts of the world and there is a rumpus on at the Vatican which may affect the Philippine question with the Unite States The position of Apostolic Delegate to Manila to represent the Vatican in the settling of church matters in the Philippines is not onlY important but the candidates for Pope are all seeking it or insisting on having a say as to who it shall be because the appointee will be put in a for ward position for Pope And so there has been no Delegate to the- Philippines yet named nor is there likely to be for some time unless President Roosevelt names him as one report says the Pope has requested him to do And this dovetails into another worrythat Archbishop Irelands j recent declarations on the Philippine question were to court the influence of the President to get a Cardinals hat and push the Arch bishop for Apostolic Delegate to Manila and if the Pope has re quested President Roosevelt to name the delegate it will be Arch bishop Ireland and he will promptly settle the Philippine question to suit the President Then with1 the prestige of success and the backing of the United States Government whose good will Rome is anxiously seeking there will be an American candidate for Pope Such a view of church matters r and churchmen on the level of ward politics reveals a thorough ignorance of the church its methods government and rulers If the church were managed and its rulers selected as the Worriers indi catetand as they seem to believe there would be cause for their silly reports and worry about it But as their basis is wrong there is no truth in their reports d no cause for all their worry which is very amusing i1L 0- U f KULTURKAHPF REVERSED The whirligig of time brings strange developments often a complete reversal of the order of things Only a few years ago Protestant Germany was persecuting the Catholic church confiscating its prop erty imprisoning and banishing the clergy and religious orders Now Catholic France under the rule of fanaticism is making war on the Church closing convents and schools which will likely be confis cated on some pretext and exiting the religious orders And these religious are being welcome- and given asylum by Protestant Governments and by none more graciously than Germany Indeed Germany goes still farther Those exiled religious orders have charge of missions in China Japan Africa and elsewhere heretofore protected in their property rights and safety by the French Government whir protection is now withdrawn Ger manys Protestant Emperor volun teers to take them under the pr tection of the German Government and instructions will be sent to German Ambassadors and Consuls to that effect Rather novel will be French Catholic missions and missionaries exiled outlawed and left to the mercy of barbarous rulers protected in their lives property and privileges by Protest ant Germany only a few years ago engaged in the same kind of ostra cism and persecution And even Protestant England whose laws proscribe Catholic religious orders and whose King crowned last Saturday swore against the idolatry and other alleged evils of the Catholic church not only allows the exiled religiou- of Catholic France a refuge on her shores but urges them to come and make themselves at home and sev eral of the orders will establish their houses and novitiates in Pro testant England and in British col onies the Trappists going to Eng land the Benedictines to South Africa two orders of Sisters to CanadaHe came unto His own and His own received Him not They rejected condemned scourged and crucified Him as a malefactor He established the Church among the Gentiles By persecution it has been spread over the world The antireligious craze in France is but a repetition of the Churchs history It will bring the same results the spread of Christianity and civilization to other nations as a more terrible persecution the Reign of Terror drove to Amer ica the French Catholic mission aries and people who laid so well the foundations of Catholicity in this country and Canada France then lost thousands of her people prestige trade and her American colonies as the result of half a century of turmoil and blood The Church spread to new countries and grew in strength with them France will again be the losert theI Church will continue her mission to the end of the world though it may be amid tribulation and sorI row Her persecutors bring uponI themselves retribution to their ownI undoing and destruction TABLES TURNED The tables are turned as indi sated by Redmonds charge and expose of a landlord conspiracy in Ireland in his speech in Parliament A suit for damages in be half of tenants evicted from thej De Freyne estate has been entered I tn the High Court of Justice in 1 Teland by John E Redmond Will lam OBrien John Dillon and I U a I Michael Davitt representing the United Irish League against the Duke of Abercorn Marquis of Waterford Lord Ashton Lord Clonbrock Baron Barrymore Hon Henry Bruen Col Charles T Tot tenham and Col Edward James Saunderson The petition charges the conspiracy and in carrying outt its purposes instigated aided andI maintained and is continuing the eviction oppression intimidationI and injury to the De Frevne ten antry Besides seeking damages an injunction is asked to restrainI defendants or their agents and the bailiffs from further such acts Writs ofsummons were issued re turnable in ten days What course will be taken in regard to Government officials charged with collusion and using their authority and powers to further the conspiracy has not yet developed The enter ring of the suit has caused a sensa tion throughout Ireland and iis regarded with apprehension by the landlords and Government officials since the names of the plaintiffs show that the United Irish League and the National party are united casedBalfours Kaleidoscope is the way the new Ministry so far as nlisnamedLiberal papers Inefficient as the Salisbury Ministry proved th changes thus far have not been such as to suggest improvement abilb ity and fitness seems the rule Balfour was named as Premier be Salisburyoand several of the Ministers and department officials will be retained for the same reason Chamberlains I son who has had no experience in State affairs is one of the new Ministers Families rather than the individual are considered Even the Conservative press finds nothing to commend in Balfours effort to form a Ministry and lack ing the commendation of his ow party Balfours future as Premier is not promising for in due time the opposition will discuss the Ministry and that unfavorably = Theu its inability already virtually conceded by its party willbecom- manifest requiring apology an weaknesss a target for criticism and attack off which the opposition will not be slow to take advantage Balfour will likely have a hard row tto travel for his Ministry judged by the appointments made and in prospect will be inferior to its predecessor which for months was on the defensive without satisfact ory results and to the detriment of Conservative prestige with the con stituents Mr J Cathcart Wason Unionist member of Parliament for the Orkney and Shetland Islands Scotland has seriously disturbed the equanimity of Mr Wyndham and the Tory members Mr Wason became interested in Mr Wyndbams statement to Parliament and his debate with Mr Red mond concerning the De Freyne evictions and the Irish landlord question Mr Wyndhams state ment was somewhat inconsistent and Mr Redmonds charges were very direct Mr Wason quietly left London visited the De Freyne estates talked with tenants offi cials and even interviewed Lord De Freyne On his return Mr Wason said Secretary Wyndhams state ment was at variance with the true situation and that he must be either misinformed or unwilling to deal fairly with the question Mr Wason surprised the Irish members and astounded the Tories by de claring that on the De Preyne case and landlord questions be would support and vote with the Irish Nationalists At Mr Wasons suggestion it Is said several other members of Parliament will visit Ireland to see for themselves how the landlord system is conducted Those Irish farmers are getting too sharp for the Dublin Castle authorities learning Yankee tricks by which they evade instead of violate official proclamations A meeting was announced to be held u 11 at Mearescou West Meath to form a branch of the United Irish League Thf authorities pro claimed and forbade the meeting at Mearescourt and sent police with notices to the League officers and to guard their houses and the roads leading to Mearescourt The League officers were not at home and could not be served with the notices no meeting was heldat Mearescourt Jjind the police had nothing to do but watch the roads for the League officers and people who did not come But the League officers and undreds of people went to Milltown a few miles away held a meeting organized a branch of the League and went home the League officers going via Meares court where they were halted by the police and served with the notices forbidding a meeting at Mearescourt theSnotices That North Leeds Parliamentary election whi 1jthe Government press claim was of no consequence was a change of a Unionist major ity of 2577 to a Liberal majority of over 700 Such a result in the first Parliamentary election since the ending of the Boer war indi cates disapproval of the Govern byhthe opposition who are beginning to arrange for a united campaign em the next general election The countryhas lost a good man by the death of United States Sen ator McMillan of Michigan A selfmade man he aided in the development of industries growth and wealth of his State In public life though a staunch party man he was free from partisanism al ways frank outspoken and urging the advancement of the industrial agricultural and commercial inter ests of the entire country In England speculators are tak ing out heavy policies on the life theyndid on King Edward preceding his coronation especially during his recent illness jThis speculating on the life of onetintwhom there isjiq insurable interest iis what is termed insure lawdsome States making it a felony Our patriotic friends will have to shake England as their model and authority While they are striving to restrict Romish influ ence and save our free institutions from Jesuitical lintrifsue England has sent a Catholic Hon Michael Herbert as her Ambassador to Washington i UNITED IRISH LEAGUE 1at National Convention will Be Held in Faneull Hall r JIi Faneull Hall the famous building in Boston and in which the United Irish League of America is to hold its national convention in October is perhaps the most historic structure in this country Built in 1740 by Peter Faneuil a leading merchant of Boston its history reaches back to colonial days It was here that during the revolutionary period the voices of the Yankee patriots were heard in denuuciationJof the infamies of British rule Later on in the new history of the American nation the antislavery orators of sixty years ago led the way to the emancipation of the Southern slave Destroyed by fire in 1761 it was rebuilt in its present state in 1805 Its large hall which is about eighty feet squarelis decorated with the paintings of Americas leading men John Redmond John Dillon William OBrien and other Irish Nationalists have signified their intention of crossing the ocean to attend this convention There is some surprise that this great movement has not taken hold in Ken tucky the Irish residents of which all approve the courseof the United League in Ireland APPOINTED COMMITTEES The meeting of Catholic clergymen announced in our last issue to be held this week to takeUhe preliminary steps toward the celebration ot the golden jubilee of Bishop McCloskey was well attended Various committees were appointed the most important being the Executive Committe When they are ready to report mother meeting will be held after which it is expected action will be taken by the Catholic laymen of the city looking toward participation in the happy event The finest lace can be cleaned if it is wrapped carefully around a bottle the edge being straight d the points being nulled to place then soaked for several hours in warm ill Rinse in several waters and leave OH the bottle until dry 0P f SOCIETY OC96 f Miss Mary OMeara is visiting Mrs Nat Harris at Sugar VaJJeyII Dan McSweeney have gone to Buffalo and Niagara rails for two weeks i Charles Mivelay wife and baby have II been enjoying a delightful sojourn at Hardin Springs Miss Florence Seaton spent a very pleasant week with Miss Alice Hackley at Lawrenceburg Miss Lula Dalton of Parkland has gone to Corydon Iud to spend several weeks with friends Miss Jessie Walbeckhasreturned from a delightful visit with Mrs John Edwards at Versailles Evan and Neil Ditto spent several days as the guests of their grandfather John Cox at Bewleyville Mrs Charles Matthews and daughters visited Mrs James Gibson Taylor at Morganfield last week Misses Cornelia Burke and Kate Car roll Jeffersonville are spending a few weeks at Valley Hill Ky F B Weitzel of Frankfort left for home Wednesday after a short but pleas ant visit with Fred Kellner Miss Mary Sullivan Seventh street left Monday for Lafayette Ind to visit her aunt Mrs Kate Sullivan Daniel Dougherty the undertaker left Thursday for Atlantic City and the East to spend ten days with friends Misses Neta andAda Board will return next week from Hardinsburg where they are visiting their grandparents Miss Julia McGuffin and Wilbur Mc Guffin spent last week at Hardinsburg the guests of Miss Clara Hester Miss Anna Welch daughter of Capt Welch has gone to Corydon Ind to spend a few weeks with friends After a weeks visit with Mrs Fred Kellner Mrs C H Mandeville will leave today for her home in Frankfort After a delightful visit with friends in Portland Miss Lillian Russell has reo turned to her home in New Albany Miss Frances Oliver has returned home after an enjoyable visit with her grand father I C Oliver at Lawrenceburg Thomas and Edward Sweeney of 3218 Thirdstreet left Monday for Nashville where they will visit until September Misses Margaret Maloney and Mayme McGill have gone to Petosky and Bay View to spend the rest of the summer Thomas W Furlong left Thursday for Buffalo and Niagara Falls where he will spend a well earned ten days vacation Mrs George Mulligan reached home Wednesday after a delightful visit of several weeks with relatives in Canada Miss Margaret Flaherty left Wednes day for Mackinack and from there will go to New York for a stay of two weeks Mrs Mike Kearns and son Master Martin of South Louisville enjoyed a very pleasant visit with friends at Dant Ky Mrs George Mattingly has had as her guest at her home in Bardstown Miss Cecilia Worrell a pretty visitor from this city Miss May Forbes was one of a merry house party entertained last week at the home of Miss Sidney Boales at Hopkins vile Mrs Margaret Wunderlich and Miss Ursula Gabient are home after a pleasant two weeks visit with relatives at Piqua Ohio Mr and Mrs Hugh Nevin who have been spending the past three weeks in the South are expected to arrive home todayMrs Maria NcGill and Mrs Hannon are having a good time at Grayson Springs where they will remain till Sep tember Miss Bessie Wathen has gone to Horse Cave to be the guest of Miss Fannie Nun nally who was a visitor here for several months Mrs John Murphy who has been ill for several weeks at her home on Willow avenue in the Highlands is reported improving James and John Kavanaugh are ex petted home Monday after a two weeks stay at French Lick and West Baden Springs Miss Mary McGinn of this city and Miss Anna Shrader of New Albany left Saturday for a sojourn at French Lick Springs Mr and Mrs John J Caffrey of 2020 Floyd street left last week to spend the remainder of the season at Old Point Comfort Michael T Callahan of the Golden title store has returned home from a visit to his sister Mrs John Tierney at St Louis Thomas Walsh the well known attor nay left Thursday for Washington and he East to be absent until about September 1 Hon Joe T ONeal and his estimable wife who went last week tq Versailles to- risit friends in the county arrived homeh Saturday Misses Bee Mullarkey Nell Wallace sod Kate Henley form a jolly house party spending the heated term at the beauti 0 ful country home of Charles Schuck four miles back of New Albany on the Charlestown road Thomas McFarland and his sister Mrs Rosie Leister leave Monday for a two weeks visit to relatives at Little Rock Ark- Misses Marguret Flynn and Rose Con roy left Friday night fora three weeks visit to Chicago and the lake resorts of the Northwest JohnT Malone and family left yester day for an extended trip and will be absent from their home in the Highlands until September Mrs W J Corbett Twentysecond street had this week as her guest Miss Ruth Lawrence a charming visitor from Columbus Ohio Miss Margaret Adams an attractive and popular young lady of the West End left Saturday for St Louis to visit her sister Mrs Rose Misses Alice Redmond and Julia Ma guire left Sunday for Carrollton and Blue Lick Springs where they intend spending several weeks willspendsummer resorts and will not return until late in September Miss Catherine Meehan of 1167 East Broadway left last Thursday for Mad isonville Ohio to visit her cousin Mrs Carroll Brookfield William Curran and family have gone up the Ohio on a fishing trip This means a big commotion and scattering among the finny tribe Miss Clara Lawler a charming Chicago girl is here visiting friends During the past week she was the guest of Miss Ford at her home on Pope street Mr David Mulligan of the Louisville Hotel who has been spending several weeks in Canada is now iu New York City fora short visit with friends George Simonis a popular and well known member of Mackin Council returned the first part of the week from a two weeks visit at Tioga Springs Ky Miss Mary Kenney of Jeffersonville Ind left this week for Drennon Springs where she will visit her aunt Mrs Collins formerly Miss Mary Lyons of Louis ville Mrs Sallie Nehan is home from Chicago where she visited Mrs H Lines and will leave shortly to spend the remainder of the season at Atlantic City Miss Celia Walsh is home from Wash ington after spending two weeks with her brother Jerry who holds a responsible position in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Mrs Fanny Wessel was last week the guest off honor at a large reception given at Memphis by her sister Mrs Col Wil kerson formerly a prominent figure in Louisville society Frank T Fleming of this city and Miss Nellie Whitlock were married Tues day at Horse Cave the home of the bride After their honeymoon they will take up their residence here Hon Edward J McDermott reached home Wednesday from Wequetonsing Mich where he spent the past four weeks His wife and children will remain there until late in September Miss Leone Milligan a well known and popular young lady of the West End left Sunday night for Chicago where she will henceforth hold are sponsible position with the Illinois Life Insurance Company Mrs Dennis ONeill accompanied by her daughters Mayme and Nellie and Katie and Wallace OBrien have been spending the week with friends at Pa ducah From there they go to Dawson Springs for the rest of the summer Mrs Daniel Cain West Chestnut street left this week for Dayton Ohio accom panied by Miss Laura Raffo the accomplished daughter of Sid Raffo From Dayton Miss Raffo will go to Bay View Mich where she will meet her mother Misses Rose McCarthy and Lena Boes waldand Pat Grimes and William OKeefe were among the Louisvillians spending the past week at Hardin Springs Manager Orrie Whalleu expects this to be the great Kentucky sum mer resort of the future We regret to announce the illness of Edward Heffernan father of Lieut Ed ward and James Heffernan He was this week removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where at last reports he was gaining strength though it will be a month before he can be out again At the residence 1021 West Walnut street a delightful gathering of little Folks assembled to celebrate the twelfth birthday of little Miss May Schnepp Among those present were Ada Cunningham Eugenie Cunningham Hermie Pettelko Marguerite Gatbof Elizabeth Phillips Edna Boeswald Edna Story I K Story Adam Gathof Charles Gathof Henry Snnepp +Mrs William Klair and Misses Katie and Sallie Slavin fair visitors from manner IIasI ilavin will leave for their home this evening but Mrs Klair will remain another week when her husband who LegislalureMiss Mamie Scbene entertained TUell ay afternoon with a lotto party in onor of her friend Fannie Nevill of Brandenburg Among those present J severe Missea Annie High Lnlie Riel Babe Hutti Alice Packham Ella Lucas Isabelle Gafser Eva Walter Mattie I JJ IRISH 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sented by a strong company Manager Shaw has refurnished the theate- throughout and a pleasing surprise awaits its numerous patrons One week later the Buckingham will throw Its doors open and a little later Macauleys will follow witha long list of star attractions In DY DRINK RESTORA FOR THE KIDNEYSh WHITEWASHING R A5uilwxr Nfifalo9ue Street Brewery IndianapolisPeoria a I newdealerrUU r f IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Event Culled From Exchanges The Hon Violet Gibson daughter of the Irish Lord Chancellor has been re ceived into the Catholic church The demand for teachers of Irish is increasing from day to day as the schools and colleges fall into line with the move ment The body of a lad named Brennan was found in the ruins of a house which col lapsed in Moore lane Dublin during a recent storm At the meeting of the Dublin Trades Council a resolution was passed unani mously indorsing the candidature of Alderman Dowd for the Lord Mayoralty 1903Avery successful Feis was held at Yoiighal winch was attetidedliylargel numbers from Dublin Cork Limerick and the surrounding country The Right Rev Monsignor Keller presided Until quite lately French shipe came seldom to Dublin Within the past few months however a change has come about and the arrival in that port of ships flying the French flag is now a matter of frequent occurrence Col Wallace and Sir James Henderson were waited on by deputations of the Belfast Conservatives to request them to allow their names to be put forward as candidates for the vacancy in South Bel fast Both gentlemen declined An exsoldier named Thomas Kennedy hung himself on one of the rafters of his brotherinlaws house at the localityt known as Pump lane off Barrack street Waterford He was cut down by police constables wife being extinct for some timeHugh McGonigal Seapolut House Westport has been admitted a solicitor of his Majestys High Court of Justice in Ireland He obtained second place and goldmedal in his final examination McGonigal served his apprenticeship with his fatherinlaw Alfred Betham Kellyat Castlebar An inquest was held on Patrick Delany a carpenter who died from the effects of injuries received at Messrs Guinness new buildings at Portland street Dublin by falling from a lift The jury found that death was due to shock and con sidered that the contractors were guilty of negligence in permitting Workmen to ascend in the lift A young Dublin man named Henry G Cribbin aged twentythree years an electrical engineer was drowned on Mon day while bathing at a place knownas the Long Point distant about three quarters of a mile from Loughrea De ceased was very respectably connected in Dublin and a rather sad coincidence in connection with the occurrence is the fact that deceaseds mother was found drowned in a bath last Christmas The funeral obsequies of the Most Rev Dr Croke the Archbishop of Cashel were celebrated in the Cathedral atI Thurles in the presence of a great assem blage of Bishops clergy and people Cardinal Moran Cardinal Logue and the Archbishop of Dublin were among those who took part In the ceremonies William OBrien M P attended as one of the deputation from the Irish Parliamentary party and Michael Davitt was also presentBelfast municipal enterprise is taking a new departure in the establishment of a hotel for working men Next month will see the opening of a splendidly equipped and newly built establishment where the poorer classes will be supplied with comfortable separate bedrooms for the moderate charge of sixpence per day iustitur tion has been constructed on the most uptodate principles will be heated by gas and lighted by electricity I I Ispeech success of Joseph Devlins maiden in Parliament has amply justified i the large expectations of his friends c 0 ttn I IRISH FIELDI DAY ATI FERN GROVE24f TO BE GIVEN By THE ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS t Suitable Prizes Will be Awarded in the Following Events vr llandicapTwohundredyards yearsStandingyearsPuttingTICKETS FOR ROUND TRIP TWENTYFIVE CENTS Boats will leave foot of First street at 030 am i and 110 p m Although he only celebrated his thirtieth birthday during his American tour a few months ago it will be remembered that as far back of 1890 at the Irish race convention in Dublin he created a great im pression by his eloquence On that occa sion he paid a graceful tribute to his native Belfast when he spoke of it as a city which during the past five years has thrown no chip on the fires of faction II Dublin is conspicuous at present by the exceptionally large number of Ameri can tourists who are frequenting the various places of interest in and around the city The little passagesat arms between the businesslike visitors who like to make their bargains and the jarveys are somewhat amusing One story is told of a jarvey who was paid just his legal fare and nothing more who turned to the tourist with 9 saddened face Its a pity to take it sir he said pathetically lit must have been along time in your family The historic loan collection of Irish silver on view in the art gallery of the Cork Exhibition is attracting a good deal of attention from foreign and other visitors Among the most notable of the exhibits is the mace of Drogheda a beautiful example of late Seventeenth century workmanship The Archer chalice 1COG the gold Freedom box presented to Lord Rodney by the city of Cork in 1782 the mace of the Guilds of Cork made by Goble master of gold smiths in 169C lent by South Kensington and the punch ladle of the corpora tion of Kinsale a fine specimen of early Eighteenth century silver work On Sunday over two thousandexcur sionists journeyed from Dublin Sligo Limerick Ballyhaunis Atblone and other centers to Galway where an immense Gaelic convention was held The first meeting was held at the Claddagh where there was singing dancing recitations and Irish music by the band of the Cath olic Boys Brigade Dublin At the conclusion of the meeting the company marched to Salthill where a second meeting was held assisted by the Galway Independent Brass Band and the Galway Pipe Band Afterward a combined meet ing was held in Eyre Square where speeches in Irish were delivered and recitations and singing were engaged in Meetings were also held near Menloo Castle when the Galway Industrial School Band played Irish selections- A Feis was held in Youghal and was favoredwith splendid weather Immense crowds visited the town Five thousand attended the proceedings from Cork Limerick and all the country districts around especially the Irishspeaking dis tricts which sent numerous competitors A large number of clergymen and Chris tian Brothers were present The park presented a lively scene the promenades band stand etc being decorated The singing competitions took place from the bandstand the recitations oratory and dancing from another platform The Cork Temperance Band played selections The Feis was held under the auspices of the Youghal branch of the Gaelic League the proceeds to be devoted to language purposes The success was largely due to the Rev Michael Ahearne assisted by Messrs M P Nolan D Doyle and T Deviue On Saturday night a row occurred be tween two men named John Quirke and James Campbell both living at a place called Moher about a mile from Ballin asloe In Dunlo street Campbell struck Quirke a violent blow in the chest and Quirkes wife and some other women separated them They made up the dis pute and all proceeded home Quirke feeling his chest very sore About an hour after arriving home on proceeding to undress Quirke discovered he had been stabbed Dr Rpssitor Balliuasloe was summoned and pronounced the wound a dangerous one Sergeant Masterson pro ceeded to Moher and arrested Campbell on a charge of unlawfully wounding Quirke whose depositions were taken before Thomas Byrne J P The cause of the dispute is said to be a girl who lodgedwith Quirke and his wife and to whom it is alleged the prisoners brother is paying his addresses against the wishes of his friends the prisoner considering that Quirke was encouraging him Coffee and milk stains on woolen material may be removed with glycerine Paint over the spot with glycerine and then wash with pure lukewarm water applied on a clean liven rag Afterwards warnsWonI bythisI When an umbrella is brought in from the rain it should be stood up on its handle BO that the wet does not settle in its material This also prevents the wood from swelling t n DELEGATES i f iil I Well Pleased Wltbthe WorkCifr Cof the National FedifiJ I orationr Catholic Societies tAll Over the United State Sent Delegated tWill T Meehan Tell low Visitors Wore WelcomedltJy Clergy and Laymino 5 r- td BISHOP MPAULS ABLE ADDRESS ftA representative of the Kentucky Irish American called upon1r William T Meehan on his return from Chicago where he was in attendance on the na tional federation of Catholic societies and asked him to tell something about what he had heard andsaid Mr Mee han represented the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville at the national federation and Dr J W Fowler repre sented the local federation of Catholic societies Mr Meehan is enthusiastic over the work of the national federation Among other thingsheisaidt 0 o The Pontifical high mass was celebrated by Right Rev Bishop Muldoon at Holy Name Cathedral at 945 oclock on the opening day The sermon was de livered by the Right Rev Bishop Mess mer The sanctuary was crowded with bishops and priests from all parts of the United States The delegates attended the mass in a body On account of the rain there was no procession from head quarters to the church The Cathedral a very beautiful and imposing structure of stone built on the Gothic plan of architecture was heavily draped in black and purple both within and without almost covering the beauty of the struct ure but nevertheless that same silent devotion characteristic of the Catholic church was there Men from all parts of the country representative of all nationalities men of various opinions as to temporal matters but with one opinion as to the true Church filled the center aisle of this grand anode of the living God j Bishop Messmer in the course of his sermon said The Federation is only carrying out an ideasooften mentioned by our Holy Father ini his enclyclicals The layman was in duty bound to spread the Catholic truth and this could only be done by truth societies and the Cath olic press The Federation will be a factor for our moral and political betterment At 230 p m the first session of the second annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies was called to order by F M Girtin chairman of the local committee of Chicago Turn ing to the Right Rev Bishop McFaul the Chair requested him to open the meeting with prayer The meeting opened Mr Girtin welcomed the feder ated delegates in a neat and brief speech on unity and the purpose of the federa tion He then introduced the Prosecutor of Chicago Dr Howard Taylor who represented the Mayor Dr Taylors remarks showed plainly the character istic traits of the Chicagoanwit humor and business Mr Girtin then introduced Mr T B Minaban President of the American Federation of Catholic Societies Mr Minahan came forward with a broad smile of pleasing welcome and in his address reviewed the organiza tion from i + beginning to the present day He requested the Right Rev Bishop McFaul to rddress the conven tion Bishop McFaul after acknowl edging his pleasure in seeing so mag nificent B gatheringofrepreseutatives of Catholic societies thanked them for the warm welcome extended to him which manifested in some degree the apt preciation of his humble efforts also those of his distinguished colleague Right Rev Bishop Mffesmer Bishop McFaul said the great leaders in Gods church are the bishops ap pointed by the Holy Ghost to rule the Church of God and by them the Vicar of Christ No matter wbat other dissent lag views there may be we are to beled and then we are certain of our position tI need not detain yjou gentlemen said the blstiop bya summary or even a synopsis of the grtftt encyclicals in- C iii i which the Holy Father has pointed out the principles which should guide our age in these days of ours those utter ances that are necessary for the healing of the nations In discovering the truth of those reports from our posses sions beyond the sea to whom should we appeal more confidently than to the administration at Washington Was not there a substantial foundation of truth in the reports and we would be guilty of cowardice and worthy of cen sure and disgrace did we see our co religionists across the sea not receiving their rights under the flag of our country because we remained silent and did not educate the administration up to the proper and true position occupied by the church in this country We are not finding fault with the administration We thank the administration for its inclination toward justice We feel that matters in the Philippines could have been settled long ago if there had been close touch with Rome Rome under stands the situation On this occasion I feel proud to ex press my confidence in the administra tion and feel confident that when by agitation and by education we lay before the administration the true condition of things it will make such investigation as will bring forth the truth in the light of day We Intend to hold up the hands of the administration the hands of those in Rome I predict as well as hope that this convention will bea sort of earnest to still larger conventions more permanent and stronger in which we will have the entire Catholic public opinion of America represented for the good of the Church JandJ the good of AmericaT0 The Chairman then introduced Bishop Messmer whose words of counsel were greeted as those of Bishop McFaull I will endeavor to give you his speech as wellas that of that distinguished leader in German societies Mr Conner of Iowa in some future edition But let me state one point of Bishop Mcssmers remarksassist and patronize the Catho lie press butld them up that they might be a mighty power in the Churchs ad vancement Following Mr Conners speech a committee on credentials of twenty members was appointed A message was sent to the Holy Father asking his blessing At this point a mes sage from Trinity Council Y M I of Louisville Ky in session assembled sending fraternal greetings was read and approvedThe meeting was called to order at8 oclock by Mr Girtin of Chicago who introduced the well known Bishop Muldoon the champion of education who was greeted with cheers and ap plause Bishop Muldoon in closing his remarks thanked the delegates for their labors toward higher education and wished them Godspeed in their noble work Turning to those on the stage he called on Mr M P Mooney of Cleveland Ohio whom he intro duced as the Chairman of the Executive Board Following Mr Mooneys speech the President announced that that con cluded the programme of the evening especially as there is a great deal of work for the delegates tomorrow and some wish to get off the busy Chicago streets this evening I trust all the strangers will enjoy their trip to Chicago and I delegate of these federation societies will take away with him when he leaves a deed to the Masonic Temple theItemptation of that kind buying and large objects in I will ask Bishop McFaul to give you the departing bless ing for this evening After the blessing the meeting then adjourned NOTItS The Moorish Cafe is a wonder to be hold an excellent meal at all times and situated in the Great Northern Dr Fowler received the thanks of the Kentucky delegates after leaving the Moorish Cafe Yes Doctor all enjoyed the report not excepting Mr Cooney The address of H A Vonderheide ol this city on parish federation was by many regarded as one of the most able delivered in the convention many of his suggestions being heard for the first time Mr Crotty wishes to extend to Mr Cooney through the Kentucky Irish American his sympathy for the expense occasioned by Monroe 611 Watch Bro C and let Mr Sullivan attend to his own hereafter Lieut John Niederehe of St Johns Commandery Chicago sent a special in vitation to the Kentucky delegation tc attend a banquet tendered the visiting knights on Thursday but owing to the lateness of the hour and delegates wish lug to leave that evening they could nol attend and take this oppcrtunity ol thanking the gentlemen for the honor hrough the Kentucky Irish American Ir UJJ SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her MammaS I ON THE e1L 1mum o i IIAIIW4Y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J RUED General Passenger Agent C rELEPlIONE 1110 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery tC Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST I 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREEr a t The Kentucky Irish American has excellent facilities for doing firstclass job printing Business cards invita tions bill and letterheads statements envelopes dodgers etc neatly and promptly executed at reasonable prices Call at 326 West Green street and see us before ordering HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Work for the field day Division 2 donated the first prize for the field day The fat mens race will be an amusing feature at the Irish field day Thomas Callahan is making an excel lent record as Secretary of Division 4 The Indiana State convention will be held at Anderson beginning Wednesday I Ohio Hibernians reelected State Presi dent Hogan at the Springfield conven tion this week Harry Bradys two boys will soon join the order which their father has served so long and well William G Sinnott has been elected n member of Division 2 and Pat Broderick has made application Will Murphy on the sick list of Divis sion 4 is reported nearly well and Pat Mulloy has returned to work Members of the order were pleased to greet James Quinns John Keane and Francis Maher last Tuesday night Division 2 will have its own degree team soon President Meehan will make the appointments at the next meeting Division 1 elected Patrick Cushing to membership Tuesday night and received the applications of Daniel W Lawler and John M Hennessy Providence Hibernians are arranging for a great union celebration on Labor day Many divisions have agreed to participate in the picnic and festivities James Kenealey and William Ansbro are winning much praise for their good work on the Visiting Committee They see that all the members aro looked after promptlyLast Wednesday the allimportant Rhode Island State convention was held in the old City Hall in Newport Twenty divisions and five military companies were represented Patrick Holley representing the Catholic Knights of America was the bearer of an invitation to the Hibernians to attend the picnic Monday night which was accepted Jerry Hallaban and James Ceane were present Wednesday night after an ab sence of several weeks They are inter ested in the military company and hope for its speedy reorganization Division 4 had a splendid meeting Wednesday night with many visitors present including the State Secretary County President Presidents Dolan and Meehan and Pat Sullivan and John Cavanaugh from the field day committee The Rhode Island State officers were the guests of the Ladles Auxiliary of Division 6 at Providence last Sunday and the fine social programme was well carried out The ladies hold their State convention at Wanskuck on Thursday August 28- Plvislon 1 had a well attended meeting Tuesday night with several State and county officers present among them ex State President Martin Cusick State Secretary James Coleman County Secre tary Will Meehan and County Delegate Tom Keenan Division 4 made another big gain in membership this week by the election of Nicholas Smith John Reilly and W G ORourke The applications of John Deely Matt Clare John Callahan and Pat Broderick will be acted on at the next meeting James OHara of New Albany will doubtless be the choice of the Indiana Hibernians for State Secretary He possessor all the requirements for the position and it is the unanimous wish of Southern Indiana that he be given the place No man in the State has done better work for the order- WELCOME ARRIVAL It isa pretty little girl that arrived Monday from Babyland that has caused the rejoicing at the home of William Otte on Payne and Baxter avenue The little one reigns supreme and the mother Iq J r i S5 IRESTOR t- oCHICAGO MmagerW HENRY LAUER SOCIETY PRINTING FOR BESI OLD MKtNNA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 SL XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yardrequiring about half feed of other chickens They layabout ten months in the year only stopping when modlting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1809 twelve liens And pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten bens 808 eggs 901 eleven hens and pullets 9o4 eggs 1UQ2V during very cold weather January 76 eggs February 61 March 161 April 200yMay 181 June 120 Illinois Goiltral BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWEEN LouisvilleSMemphis AND i New Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout arid Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and r from Arkansas Texas and I the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS k LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagJChcinn ti y Louisville or Iew Orleans to Hot SpringsrSleepersThrough j From Chicagol Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates Particulars furnished by any Illinois Central Agent W J McBRIDE City AgentFourthA H HansonG ggWmA G P A Louisville is doing nicely Th happy parents are receiving many congratulationsn k What a pity if we do not live this short time accorded to the laws of the longUicje the eternal laws y c Gk I- lY r h Itt701 IRISH AMER cAN c I Mens and Youths Spring Suits Values L I Up to 10 for 51Firstclass allwool this seasons goods Blues blacks I and fancy patterns including some of the Broc- kI Union Label goods Also two other special lines I tvalueH up to 1250 for 750 Values up to 20 for 10 LEVY BROS I MARKET 4 FIRST GRAND s UNION PICNICr To be Given by Central Committee of the 9 GRTHOUCr ll KNIGHTSI r OFf MMERIGR- r I PHOENIX HILL PARK MONDAY AUGUST 18 1902 c UNION BAND AND UNION QRCII S 1Z Admission loc Dancing 25C Children under twelve years of age free Bring your wives sweethearts and daugh ters to the grandest picnic of the year T J WATHENS fr M FACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAKERY 629 Eighth St Louisville Ky Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 7oc Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon Soc Brick and Euchre Cream pergallon10- CFI ITE RUSSEFinest quality all sizes 25c 35c COc and up Individuals per dozen COc Try them You will be pleased All kinds of Fancy Cakes made to order Capacity 1000 r day Goods shipped as far as two hundred miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels and everyday orders Lone distance telephone 2144 1f4Ellidl lI 1 1IlI FI1E1 hIII ifd GollipanilrAND BUILDERS OF IIBSIONBItS AND SCOTCH GRANITE I i Monuments i IIArtistic Work Only Solicited =Workshops and Studios Curaw Italy I I 1 IRUUDnuftDDftUftIII 8IX111 AND GAS c I The immense sale of the Quick Meal is due to its else It is the BEST 214 Market Street Near Second 7 n oI THOMAS KEEN- ANK6611a11DOUflWO III UNDERTAKERS j 1225 West Street Bet and All Calls to Day or Night for All 1 D Telephone 39022 o t3NQS SPIIttCCR It pertAcmwittat idrr- Nj 1IIIW11If LOUlSYIIIEcKY THIRDAND mf L21OT QUICK MEAL RANGES Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves Quick MealOil Stoves MERITSand nothing GEHERSON vDANIEL DOUGHERTY Market Twelfth Thirteenth TEJJWBSI XIOJVBJ 18XOS2 Promptly Attended Carriages furnished Occasions Dougherty Praldeat- aadP ors Educates Young People FO BUIWss Good Employment and Succm J CALL on wnrrc ron rua IHFOKUATIOH Business College i I JOHN F OBRTBLBUTG- HERTOWN BREWERY 4 CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue T 1pbotiS91 LOUISVILLE KY JD LION OF OASHEL As Prelate Orator and Patriot lie Worked anti Pleaded ForTHs People I Aroused mid United Irelands 1 1Tenantry in League the GrcatII Grieved and Disappointed by Dissension lIe Lived to See Reunion I THE UNITED IRISH LEAGUE OF TODAY In the death of Archbishop Croke on of the greatest grandest and truest Irish men of the past century passed to his reward With his career labors sacrifices firm devotion and bold defense of his people and country the elder people are familiar But as Archbishop Croke be cause pf the infirmities of age has been silent and inactive for several years we deem it proper to give a sketch of hi for the younger folks who should kno of his work and honor his memory Thomas W Croke was born near th town of Mallow in the month of May 1824 He was the son of a mixed mar riage of the parents whom he so greatly revered the father was a Catholic the uncleAs held a high legal position in one of th colonies another was one of the re spected parish priests in the South of Ireland Dr Croke of Charleville At very early age young Croke felt the strong influence of a call to the holy office of the priesthoodlland he was only fourteen when he entered the Irish Col legc at Paris read there the usual course of philosophy and theology and left fin the year 1844 HG then spent a year a professor of English and mathematics iinI the College of Menin in Belgium A year afterward he went to the Irish Col lege of Rome and for three years resided there attending at the University of Rome the lectures of the famous Jesuit Fathers Passaglia and Perrone His stu dious habits were crowned with the highest honors he received a gold medal a silver medal and the degree of Doctor of Divinity The medals were sent straight to the jeweler and the proceedsI forwarded to Ireland for the relief of the Irish poor then suffering in the agonies leftsa deep impress on the mind of Dr Croke He found that nowhere was there so 10 a standard of prosperity and comfort a- in s his own beloved country and he thus became the deadly enemy of Irelands Infamous misgovernment In 1840 Dr Croke was ordained a jvpriestr 1 missionary life in his native diocese of Cloyne At Midleton he was for several years curate and to the end of his days he was by the people of that parish ardently beloved The Bishop of Cloyne the lamented Dr Keane had just established a new seminary for his diocese and he selected Dr Croke u the Principal From that day to this St Columns at Fertnoy has epjoyed the reputation of being one of the best schools in Ireland Dr Croke vacated the rectorship of St Colmans upon being appointed parish priest of DoneraileBy time his reputation as a preacher an organizer and a man of talent had spread throughout the South of Ireland and reached the Vatican for in the year 1800 16 the greatdelight of Catholic Munster a bull arrived raising Dr Croke to the Eptscopate as Bishop ol Auckland The See of Auckland includes a vast portion of the Colony of New Zea land When the new Bishop arrived he found a great task before him There was a heavy debt on the new Cathedral and the Catholic organization of the dlo cese was from the business point of view thoroughly bad He cleared the debt off the Cathedral and raised the organization oj the diocese to a point of splendid efficiency lIe constantly traveled through lite vast diocese on horseback sometimes covering eighty miles a day He preached I confirmed worked hard at once as Bishop and priest The iron constitution of the Bishop became in the end affected by his prodigious labors and after a few years tenure of the See he returned to Ireland torecruitThe of Cashel the gracious and beloved Dr Leahy died and the Pope Pius IX translated the Bishop of Auckland to the vacant See of Cashel In the summer of 1870 when Dr Croke was raised to the Archbishopric he was in his fortysixth year and in the full prime of his great physical and intellect ual gifts For some thirty years he sat in the seat of King Cormac surviving every living prelate at the time of his elevation except the venerable Arch bishop MacEvilly Archbishop Croke had inherited apons duty from his predecessor It was toI complete the beautiful Cathedral of Thurles which with the conventual and educational buildings round it forms a modern group as interesting as the ven erable ruins which crown the rock from gameThe theiArchbishops zealnew churches newjj presbyteries new convents His place in the hearts of Irishmen and In the history of the country will be deII termined by his stainless and splendid record as a patriot In his youngerdays Archbishop Croke was fascinated by the glories and romances of the Young Ire lands in more mature years he was an ardent sympathizer with the party of InJ dependent oppositiont When treason broke up thatcombination he retired in J disgust from politics He had not how ever been many years on the throne of Cashel when a movement arose which again brought him into the fighting line Ireland organized north and south east and west began to do battle first for agrarian reform to enable her people to live on their own soil and that once se cured for selfgovernment Archbishop condemnILeague but with the wholesome spirit of the movement he was in the most thor ough accord The letters and speeches of the Archbishop at this crisis rangi through Ireland like a trumpet call Wherever he went throughout the coun try his progress proved a triumph He was hailed with enthusiasm by the Irish peasantry whdwere delighted to die cover that they could reconcile their sincere lore for their priests and their devo tion to their church with an allegiance to the movement which promised them so much and an adherence to the chiefs they had learned to obey In the year 1883 a movement wa started for the purpose of presenting Mr testimonialeArchbishop Croke gave the movement a warm sendoff with a handsome subscrip tion and an eloquent letter His example was followed byi the prelates and clerg and people through the country Th Government met with an extraordinary step this great demonstration The relations between England and the Vatican centuriesmErringtolwwas despatched to represent at the detache ing the Irish episcopacy from the Iris cause Archbishop Croke was suinmone to Rome In the recesses of the Vatican in the presence of the Supreme Pontiff be pleaded the Cause of his country with a Timeecalled a thunderbolt from the Vatican was issued condemning the 1 turnaout that this + thunderbolt was a very harmless document It was not I by the Pope attall The fund reachel- the enormous sum of forty thousand pounds When the Liberal Government cam e into office in 3892 the Archbishop re garded them faith friendship but they e were three points upon which he com plained of thelconduct First in not attempting to 7epeal the coercion act second in not settling the difficulty with the Cristiau Brothers third in not proclaiming a large measuse of amnesty The closing years of the Archbishop were devoted less and less to matters political more and more to religious and diocesan duties 1 Though he retained to a late period his splendid health a cloud spiritsparty weighed heavyon his heart In public and in private he attempted to bring back unity though failure filled his generous heart with sorrow Discouraged for a time reunitedwand giving proof of the value of that unity which healways desired HINTS ON STYLEM L The best ofn samples of fall woo goods aiready8hpwn are very rough inI zibeline or astrakhan effects but there is no telling what a month may bring forth Y Short box rats of linen or duck stitched strapped and sometimes applied in bands of linen or cloth of another color are popular for wear with morning frocksuParis dressmakers are making little capes to go with the late summer and early fall gownsT and the progress of the drooping shoulder line fad augurs in creasing popularity for cape and pelerin effects Some of tlinew ruches reach only tto the shoulder points Others droop far enough to earn the name of pelerine or cape but all ofjem are flat save where on the edge they break out into frillsl and folly FJ The basques that have been so popular will at least be retained even if longer coat skirts are not universally accepted and the skirts of the street dress are undeniably shorter in most cases just clearing the ground The use ofsqveral chiffon veilings in I varying tints under a sheer fabric is more and more popular but needs an artists touch in order Jthjji just the right color note maybe struck Shot voile or voile de sole over s different color is also capable of lovely color harmony A note of orange is one of the latest fancies in French costumes and cleverly handled it is audaciously effective The great dressmakers introduce it even with the emerald green that has now such favor and in company with black it appears on many of the newest creations The pelerine worn with a black gown makes one of the newest notes of the seasons modes A The cape is once more in vogue and a sensible renaissance it is Sometimes it is little more than a shoul der cape or the old threedecker made of lace chiffon taffeta or cloth with cut edges a The skirt yoke in some form appears upon fully half the beautiful gowns one sees and there unquestionably a move ment In Paris toward a slight fulling of the skirts made of sheer materials The I oldfashioned gauging has come back too and manyUiln gowns have the skirt yoke of gauge afcirrings TJelow which the soft material lunge lull The gauged shirrings are atetf used for the blouse yoke and sleeveccps SHORT News NOTES I tThere is no change in the strike situa ion In the anthracite coal regions minerqappearmoat Changes contiiue to be made in the British Cabinet The new appointees are not such as it inspire confidence and prediction is mfde that Balfour will not last tong The Catholic jotal Abstinence Union will meet next year at Pittsburg on A 5 RevJFather J W Shanley of 1Hartfo1 b1- o C f- I BIO PICNIC I To Bo Given by the Catholic Knights of America Next I Moiiduy Pha nix Hill Park Will Be Filled With Members and Friends To Establish a Permanent Dis ability Fund for Needy Members CAPABLE HEN ARE IN CHARGE- s The local branches of the Catholic Knights of America have everything in readiness for the picnic which they pro pose to give at Phoenix Hill Park on objectethe picnic s to create a disability fund That is to say there are many knights who from time to time fall ill meet with accidents are stricken with pernchance they get out of work It be a shame for these men who are un fortunate by no fault of their own to be CatholicdKnights after hawing many years per formed their parts faithfully In several instances local branches have kept Up the assessments of knights thus stricken Its has been deemed wise therefore for the local branches to get together and estate disabilitydfund for such cases to this end the picnic was proposed daledgates Mr Harry Veeneman presided while Mr Gobey acted as Vice President Every branch was represented On motion of Mr Edward Hill the body went into a committee of the whole to discuss the picnic Meusra Fackler and Veene man presiding During the discussion and making of arrangements that fol lowed Messrs Hill Hubbuch and Miller were appointed custodians and pur chasers Messrs Rapp and Reichert were elected trustees with instructions to select cashiers Mr Toni Dignan was elected floor manager and he will select active young men from every congrega tion in the city to assist him in the danc lug hall It was also determined to have none but union bartenders John Schalda was appointed to take charge of the bowling alleys It is believed that all the arrangements are complete and the various departments are in capable handsAfter the delegates arose as a commit tee of the whole Secretary Score an nounced that he desired credentials from 4all delegates who were to attend the coming biennial convention He also announced that the Louisville Nash villa Railroad Company had agreed to give Catholic Knights of America dele gates to Frankfort a round trip ticket for one and onethird regular fare State President Reichert announced that Louis ville would make a good showing at Frankfort as each local branch intended sending a full quota of delegates New port and Covingto a he said were not doing so well toward getting out their respective contingents Mr Jonathan Tbixtou of Jefferson ville made an address calling for re trenchment upon the part of the national council and urged a reduction of salaries and the suspension of the official journal He also urged the occasional paymentof an assessment from the Sinking Fund No definite action was taken on this mat ter although the remarks were well received A committee was appointed to draft resolutions of sympathy over the death of Mrs Maggie Score beloved wife of Secretary JohuJ Score An adjourn ment was then taken NEW ENTERPRISE Strongly Endowed Is Man aged By An Irish- American A comparatively new but successful enterprise is the Louisville Machine Whitewashing Company Moreover its manager is Michael OBrien a popular IrishAmerican The Louisville Machine Whitewashing Company are contractors for all kinds of painting calsominlng and whitewashing The material is applied by compressed air under pressure of 14Q to 200 pounds The methods adopted by the new company have the indorsement of insurance commissioners fire commissioners the United States Government and Boards of Health Man ager OBrien has superintended the reno vation of a number of local building and his work has been commended by all who saw it RECEPTION AND FESTIVAL The ladies of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament have arranged for a unique reception and ice cream festival for their friends next Wednesday evening at the beautiful home of Mrs John Purcell 1018 East Market street It Isthe pur poseof these clever ladies to raise funds to aid their beloved pastor Rev Father OSullivan in his good work and to provide for the decoration of their little church A pleasing programme has been arranged for the entertainment of those who attend end hospitality will be dlsjj penned with a llavish hand There will t e ample accommodations for a large I l crowd for which a hearty welcome is in store Cakes made without butter Viwheu baked be finegrained and and brittle not tough If they are too much flour has been need or the flour has been too heavy or the mixing has not been properly donee r r 0 8 lHow l Are I Your m1 Teethsm mM I IB If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at t- heLouisville lit 1m Dental Parlors I 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors 44 FOURTII ST Louisville Military Band 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