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L I IRIsH VOLUME IXNO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 23 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11YOUNG MENS INSTITUTE IIIOIII J Luby Grand President SI Boldrick Deputy Supreme President W H Olberman Grand Vice President George J Lautz Grand Secretary =William Cast Grand Marshal Rev William B Ryan Delegate bYcNamar Delegate I Archbishop Elder Supreme Chaplain GRAND COUNCIL Y BI I Kentucky Jurisdiction Is to Bo Held In This City Local Members Have Provided Entertainment For Visit ing Delegates Celebration of High Mass Will Precede the Business Sessions THE OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED The fifth Grand Council Young Mens Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction will beheld in this city Monday Tuesday and Wednesday The business sessions will be held at Trinity Hall 718 East Gray street Many of the delegates and vis itors are expected to arrive in the city this afternoon or tonight For these re ceptions will be held tomorrow at the various local Y M I club houses vlzj Trinity No 230 718 East Gray street Satolli No 193 710 Second street Mackin No 205 530 Twentysixth street The object of this great and growing order the Young Meus Institute is as its motto stateslepra Deo Pro Patria It to inculcate into the young Catholic men of America a love for God and for coun try This order is doing a great work in keeping its young men together and in culcating principles of religion and pa triotism Every year the Grand Council made up of delegates from the various subordinate councils in Kentucky meets to revise laws and to redress grievances if there be any and on such occasions the people wherever the Grand Council is held provide amusements of a modest nature for the visiting delegates This year the Grand Council meets in Louisville and the local Grandofficers and delegates from the various councils have striven to arrange a programme that will delight the visitors The joint com mittee is made up as follows Resident Grand OfficersRev J A OGrady Grand Chaplain Harry R Swann Jr Chairman Board of Directors John J Sullivan Grand Director George J Lautz Grand Secretary and Treasurer W N Gast Grand Marshal aud the following delegates representing the local councils Satolli W J QSulHvan JoHn J Fahey and William A Perry Mackin F Murphy B Sands and Hugh Hig gins TrinityrJobn J Sullivan Jr Joseph Piazza and John M Hennessy- As before stated open house will be kept for the visiting delegates on Sun day On Monday the Grand officers delegates and members will assemble at the Willard Hotel at 830 oclock and proceed to Stysius church on Payne street where Rev Father J A OGrady will celehrate high mass at 9 oclock After mass the members of the Grand Council will proceed to Trinity Hall on Graystreet where the first business ses sion will be held After a brief recess for luncheon an afternoon session will be held At 8 oclock in the evening the visitors will be given a moonlight excur sion on the Ohio river On Tuesday morning and afternoon businesssessions will lbe held again During the afternoon the new officers of the Grand Council for the ensuing year will be elected Tues day night the newly elected officers will be given a banquet at the Willard Hotel If any business has been left unfinished it will be finished on Wednesday morns lug During the stay of the visitors the Willard Hotel will be headquarters for the Y M I delegates It is expected that In addition to the forty regular delegates at least 100 visitors will be in at tendance Among the visitors will be his Grace Archbishop Elder of Cincin nati Supreme Chaplain James M OBrien Lexington Grand Director Joseph H Cassidy Bellevue Ky dele gate Council 200 John J Luby Lexing ton Grand President Thomas D Mur ray LexinKtOH Past Grand Prtideat R1W1 Bather Ryau Winehwter Ky j U a iJ I John J Barry New Haven Grand Di rector W B Hoffman Memphis Grand Director W J Hamilton St Louis Grand Director William Fitzgerald St Louis Grand Director H W Rives Lebanon Past Grand President W B OCounell Mt Sterling Past Grand President James J Maher Newport Past Grand President William Olber man Frankfort First Vice President Edward White Ashland Second Vice PresidentThe for the banquet Tues day night has been arranged as follows Address of welcomePrank Murp- hyInvocatlonRev W B Ry- anToastmasterHarry R Swan Pro Deo Rev J A OGrady Our Supreme CouncilS J Bold rick Pro Patria James B Kelly Chorus Old Keutuckv Home Our Grand CouncilJohn J Lubj Fraternities Rev I M Ahmann The Press John J Barry Impromptu talks GREAT PROGRESS Is Being Made In the Arranao ments for the Bishops Jubilee The arrangements for the goldeujubi lee celebration of Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey ore steadily progressing The priests held another meeting during the week and appointed various committees Rev Father White has fallen heir to a triple burden inasmuch as he has beet appointed Chairman of three committees on invitation visitation and banquet But Father White likes work The priests have arranged to give the Bishop- a banquet reception and purse Next Wednesday evening the laymen of the various parishes in tbeuliocese will meet at St Francis Hall to make arrange ments for the part they are to play in the jubilee Each parish of the thirtyone local Catholic churches will send two delegates to this meeting The celebration will be held October 7 instead of October 0 as originally planned TOOK PERPETUAL VOWS James Cassin a Brother of the Holy Cross Order Among the welcome visitors in Louisville this week was James Cassiu who two yearjigo entered Notre Dame Col lege at Notre Dame Ind for the purpose of joining the Brotherhood of the Holy Cross an American religious order of the Catholic church whose members are prin cipally engaged in teaching He has just finished preparation for his new life and taken the perpetual vows of the order and will be known henceforth as Brother Celestine James Cassin was for years one of the best known young Catholic men of Louis Aille and made a splendid record as Superintendent of the registry division of the local postoffice leaving the citys de tective force to accept that responsible position He is a native of this town and brother of Capt Mike Cassin of the No 3 hook and ladder company with whom he is stopping Our Catholic citizens always point with pride to his many achievements aud the enviable reputation he earned by persistent devotion to church and duty He is still the same unpreten tious Jim who meets and greets his old friends with a warm hand and happy smile Brother Celestine will remain here for several weeks FATHER HICKEY DEAD Spent More Than ThirtyFive Years In the Covlngton Diocese A telegram from Maysvilje announced the death of the Rev Father John Hickey which took place in Mason county last Monday night Father Hickey had been a priest of the Covlngton dio ceee during the past thirtyfive years and was dearly loved by both priests and people He left an estate valued at about BtahopMaNyears of ate and had bee pore thaa fifty years in tlie mlujttryii- e 7 = nc P ALL IS READY For the Irlslii Field Day Sports at Fort Grovo To nbrrov j hI1ljCrowds Fro iAn Pjiifts of the City WliltFIll the Var Iou Bloats r t Plenty of GanicH For the Old As Well A fthe Young Eftople j r J PRIZES WILLWVERY HANDSOME 6Fern Grove Ind will be the Mecca for the majorityyf IrishAmericans in and about the Fall Cities tomorrow It has been set aparl by the Ancient Order of Hibernians as fish field day and all manner of athletic gatnes indulged in in Irelandwill be worthily exemplified in this the land of f edonl The commit tee on arrangements appointed by the Ancient Order of HIbernIans have en gaged the steamboats Sunshine and Columbia to carrithl crowds that will attend The boatel will each make two trips from the foot of First street one in the morning and one in the afternoon The first boat will leave at 9 oclock and the second at 9301 tock In the after noon tile boats wljl leave at 1 and 130 oclock This willgive everybody ample time to attend urges before starting for the days sport the trip up the river is a treat in itself stride of less than two hours and between liillsides covered with luxuriant trees anjlthen there is no pret tier spot around Louisville than the Fern Grove picnic grounds55which are equipped with all manner conveniences It is safe to say that nojjarger crowd ever at tended Fern Grov than will witness the Irish field day sporfe tomorrow President Dolangf Division 1 with his colleagues Newtotf G Rogers Mike Tynan Peter J CSiick and John Mulloy will bring all thellJrishAmericans from the center of the catfjfc President William T Meehan of Diytten 2 and his brother officers Con FordRfghn J Sullivan John T Keaney and tart Keirn will bring all the IrfshAmfifeans from the Hill the HigblandalSSsoutlieastern part of the city From Portland avenue and the entire West End will come a big dele gation headed by President Lawrence J Mackey of Division 3 and his fellow offi cers Michael Hoban P T Sullivan William E Burns and George J Butler Last but by no means least will come the Limerick cohorts headed by President John Hennessy and his colleagues Thomas Callahan Joe P McGinn Dave Reilly and Harry Brady New Albany and Jeffersonville will also send their quota under the leadership of their respective officers But not only will the A O H and their families be represented but every Irish organization in the city will send representatives either to take part in the sports or to witness them There will be natives of Ulster Munster LcinsterandConnaught men from Dublin across to Kerry and from Donegal to Cork Interest in the field day sports grows apace and there will be numerous entries In each event No liquor will be allowed either on the boat or on the grounds but there will be plenty of pipes and tobacco to be had for the asking and numerous decks of cards will be distributed for such of the old or young people as care to go off under the shade of the trees and indulge in the good old Irish game of fortyfive Scallys band will be at the park to furnish dance music all day Besides there will be bands on each boat every trip going and coming The boats will leave on the return trips at 5 6 7 and 8 oclock p m The County Board A O H met Tuesday night with President Tom Keenan in the chair Every division was represented and every committee re ported progress President Hennessy of Division 4 said that the youths and young men of Limerick were practicing every evening on the commons at running jumping putting the shot base ball etc Representatives from other divisions re ported that like preparations were being made in their respective parts of town One committee reported that ample police protection would be on hand to preserve orderThe committee on sports reported that Mfl tWalsh the veteran League umpire and manager had consented to umpire the game of base balls while Major Ed Hughes has consented to act as one of the judges of the field sports Kerwin and Flaherty members of the Louisville ball club and both good IrishAmericans have also promised to attend the gather ing Prizes to winners of the various contests have been donated by Levy Bros Pat Bannon Sid Raffo Pat Nelli gan Tom Keenan Cooney Kennedy George J Butler Trumbo Funlture Comp pany W F Mayer Co Stieger Borders H F Kersting the Kentucky Irish American and a host of others Among these prizes will bea silk um brella rocking chairs cigars bats a load of coal a silver cup etcAtL in all the day promises to be a great one for the IrishAmericans of Louisville and vicin ityAfter the ball game the other field day events will begin They will be as fol Icw8t Anjujjdesjjdicap In Rev J A OGrady Grand Chaplain I 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 The prizes for the various contests will not be made known until after the close of the entrie- sENGLISH AND SPANISH Are Requirements Necessary for Apostolic Delegate to Manila IRome dispatches of the past week say that the Vaticans idea of appointing Monsignor Guidi of the office of Cardinal Rampolla the Papal Secretary of State to be Apostolic Delegate at Manila has been abandoned because he does not know sufficient English and that jie will be sent as Apostolic Delegate to India insteadAs Monsignor Conaty rector of the Catholic University Washington whose possible appointment as Apostolic Dele gate to Manila has been rumored the Vatican denies that his name has ever been considered in connection with the Manila post where it is pointed out the conditions demand a thorough man of business speaking fluently English and Spanish of unquestioned impartiality and persona grata at Washington- It seems probable now that Monsignor Merry del Val who was to have repre sented the Pope at King Edwards post poned coronation will be appointed Papal Nuncio at Vienna while Monsig nor Falconio the Apostolic Delegate in Canada may ultimately be transferred from Canada to Washington LALLYS GOOD FORTUNE Popular Louisville Boy Wins Lovely Ohio Girl For His Bride John J Lallys host ofLouisville friends will be agreeably surprised with the news that he will in the near future return to his home in this city with a lovely life partner in the person of the handsome andaccomplished daughter of one of the wealthiest merchants of Central Ohio residing not more than a hundred miles from Zanesville Young Lally is the Western representa tive of the Paracamph Company of this cityand has just arrived home from a most successful business trip to the prin cipal cities of the Northwest He will remain here for ten days after which he leaves for the East to look after the in terests of his company Few young men of Louisville have been as successful on the road as Mr Lally None are more rejoiced over his good fortune than his father Pat Lally the genial and accom modating Inspector for the Louisville City Railway Company To John we take this occasion to extend our congratu lations GENERAL SESSION Passion 1st Fathers From All Quarters Assemble at Pittsburg Last Monday there assembled at Pitts burg a number of noted members of the Order of Passldnist Fathers from all parts of the country for the purpose of holding their general meeting The sessions were held in the monastery on the South Side with Right Rev General Consultor Mon sIgnor John Baptiste Bandlnelli C P presiding over the proceedings The election of provincials and rectors took place Thursday but the names have not yet been given out Among the mem bers of the order present were Rev Fathers Stephen Provincial Felix of Louisville Markus Fidelis and Alphon HU of West Seboken Albert of Dun kirk Joseph of BaltimoreI George of Cinelnnatf j rtol St Louis and laesIface pf St aBlXalt o HIS HOLINESS Sends a Token of Esteem- to President Theodore Roosevelt An Autograph Letter Conveys Regard For Our Chief Executive One of the Finest Works of Art Ever Brought to Shores of America DELIVERED BY BISHOP OGORMAN President Roosevelt has received from the hands of the Right Rev Bishop OGorman of Sioux Falls S D an autograph letter from Pope Leo XIII and a beautiful mosaic picture of the Vatican gardens a token of friendship front His Holiness to the Chief Execu tive of this Country Bishop OGorman is a member of the Taft Commission sent by the United States to negotiate for the withdrawal of the friars from the Philip pinesBishop OGonnon reached Oyster Bay late Saturday afternoon and was driven at once to President Roosevelts home Sagamore Hill He dined with the Presi dent and then returned to New York CityThe letter from His Holmes Leo XIII was written in French of which the following is a translation MR PRESIDENT I am pleasedwith the congratulations which you addressed to me in your letter of May 9 and since in addition to the good wishes also ex pressed through the Government of the Philippines you haveadded a present of your own works I am doubly grateful You Mr President will surely remember the many expressions of goodwill which I have uttered concerning the United States Nothing could be to me more agreeable than to assure you of my continued good wishes especially at the moment when the negotiations of Gov Taft having ended in a satisfactory manner for both sides have come to strengthen the excellent understanding between the Church and the United States authorities- As a token of my satisfaction I have charged Mgr OGorman to bring you a mosaic picture from the workshop of the Vatican representing our gardens May I ask you to keep it as a souvenir and an expression of my friendly regard LBO XIII Rome the Vatican lullIS 1902 It The mosaic is a great work of art and years must have been spent in its com pletion It is several feet square and delicately colored It represents the ven erable Leo XIII seated in the Vatican gardens beneath the shade of a gigantic tree The white robes of the Holy Father the foliage of the trees and the attending Cardinals in robes of state are faithfully reproduced Suffice it to say that this mosaic is one of the greatest works of art ever brought to America and as such will be treasured by President Roosevelt A fine steel engraving of the picture can be seen at Rogers book store PRICE AND WINN Popular Citizens Tipped as Officials of the Jockey Club There isa rumor to the effect that the Louisville Jockey Club is to be reorganized with Charles F Price as President and Matt Winu as Secretary The rumor has been denied but it will not down Mr Price was for many years well and favorably known as a newspaper man but forsook the pencil and shears for the more lucrative employment of the turf Matt Winn is a well known and popular IrishAmerican and ar leading merchant tailor Beth these gaatleffleu wdald give tke Jockey Club a greatboots a 0 YOUNG MENS INSTITUTE I Harry Swann Chairman Grand Directors ill John J Sullivan Grand Director 1 James J OBrien Grand Director1 John J Barry Grand Director I William J Hamilton Grand Director William B Hoffman Grand Director 111 I Joseph A CasBidy Delegate i U r 1 n r NTUCKY IRISH A1YIE RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN 111111N111INIIII111- 1111evotedN to the Moral and Social Adva cement of all Irlsb Americana WILLIAM M HIGGINS P bUher r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY sc flittered at tile Louisville Postoltlce as SecondClass Matter tiddler ss11 ComamnJcaHoni lothc KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West dreen Street tTRADES I LABEL UNION I COUNCIL LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY AUGUST 23 1902 WELCOME Y M I Welcome officers and delegat c of the Grand Council Y M I In the name of every public spirited G citizen of Louisville we bid yo Welcome And why not You come as members of an ord I whose motto isIIPro Deo Pr PatriaPor God and for Qountry Higher than that no man ca aspire and no body of men young or old can fail if they keep that motto steadily in mind No knightI with God a greater and coun de I the end and aim of I I I is thiseverevervastvastwentwentcountry Catholic discussion convention organization American tongue socalled the are ideas expected should Once even convention in CRITICS latter it pointed a Too beneficial developed fair more bids must Societies be Catholic by in of of mud spirit criti That into you o the t t t the the b a l most of forming many incomplete defects divers of state sections its purposes organiza and classes critics indefi infor ob of 1 seem to be overlooked It was expected to take up discuss and point out a remedy for varied grievances real or imagi nary of all Catholics in this coup try to define and declare the Cath olic position on all public questions Because it did not it is condemned1 by some as a failure by others as imbecile What it did is disappoint ing to such But this class ofr critics at least are respectful hope ful and offer suggestions and ad ylce most of which are wholly beyond the sphere and powers or f the Federation and to attemptt j4which would be to encroach uponI the prerogatives and jurisdiction o r the hierarchy and even the Papacy They are however entitled to their opinions which should be respected and considered in the Ispiritof courtesy and good intent t Those who ridicule and condemnl the Federation for what it did asi well as did not who misrepresent its purposes asperse the motives o its promoters soon develop their It true character as well as motive iin so doing and they show they are neither Catholic in character nor are their motives for the Catholic good Their slogan is that the Federation is only a political organ ri ization under a Catholic guise that its approval or disapproval or iits failure to approve or disapprove the policy or acts of the Govern ment or of certain laws and prac tices alleged or real were due to political partiality or political animus And before they conclude we find they regard and speak of the Government public officials priests hierarchy and the Papacy the same strain Indeed every 4is who does not coincide with them from the Pope down to the lay delegate of the Federation con vention is prompted by sinister political motives or deluded by political schemes for the further ance oT politicall ends instead off Catholic interests remedying ofI n n a Catholic grievances or the protec theSFederation is controlled by poli ticians Archbishop Ireland is a Bishopsuand priests who are promoting the priestpolir gatho ering of blind believers to indorse thenadministration which has fooled1 the Pope and Cardinals into an agreement for despoiling the Church and proselyting the Catho lies in the Philippines Of course the statements of the Papacy hier andheauthorities on these subjects and their status are ignored tabooed The nonCatholic even antiCatho lic reports of the news agencies assertions of politicians and parti san press are the bases upon which this position is assumed and a tirade of ridicule abuse and denun everythingeand everybody Catholic and Amer positionewhose right and duty it is to know the truth and speak with authority sThese are the socalled Catholic press They are not only wholly unreliable on Catholic mutters but are a source of mischief and detriment utto theCatholic church and people Catholichfirst and in all things In common with all citizens it is proper that they should have political prefer ences and advocate them but never at variance with Catholic truth duty and right Not a few of them however are more partisan than Catholic subverting Catho cloakidisregarding all respect for Church or other authority laying aside all but pretensions of truth and decency they make politics and any political scheme their chief and measoresurally these saintly nonpoliticians condemn the Fcderadion priests hierarchy and the Pope as politi clans and tools of politicians The Federation will survive and grow despite such critics It is deserving of credit for what it did at the convention and proved its realizedfitsof what it is condemned for not enr croach beyond its sphere for not indulging in groundless approval or insane denunciation of measures parties and persons on no better pouttealquestionable press reports The worst charge against themthat liierf archyis certainly commendable to them as Catholics Let them adhere to that line as the only true and safe course M COMBES CLIMAX i M Combes of whom no one ever heard till by a factional up heaval he became Premier of France and as such is showing his authority by closing all the schools colleges convents hospitals and asylums in accordance with his in terpretation of the associations law is aggravated by the firmI I though peaceful protests and resent mentof the people He has promptly used the military issued arbitrary orders resorted torude ness if not violence but without provoking violent resistance beII cause of the advice and influence of the Catholic leaders clerical and 1 lay who urge the people only to protest These thousands of pro tI tests from every part of France are pouring in upon the Council of State and the failure to close the t schools in the mountain districts where the ruralists though refrain ing from violence seem to have baffled the authorities has angered M Combes to a degree which reveals his small caliber as well asi his disregard for the popular right of protest the foundation of gov ernment based on liberty which he professes to uphold and administer Instead of treating those protests with respect giving them consider ation defending and proving the legality of his course he assails the motives questions the patriotism I and denounces as Royalists an I enemies of the republic the authorsI and abettors of these protests The resistance to the law is instigatedl and urged by Royalist conspirators I seeking the overthrow of the republic and the destruction of liberty I Such a statement from one holding so exalted a position provesi him only a political henchman in capable of leading advising or defending his cause only to meet criticism and protest with vitupera tion and sinister charges against all who differ with him as under the law they have a right to do which he practically refuses and a right to be heard which he fails to ac cord His utterance is an unjust accusation of treason has excitedI ridicule which is rendered more clear by the manly and dignified reply of the Bishops Government officials and prominent personages in the districts whose people he assailsIf Combes attempts to carry to a conclusion his charges that all opponents to the associations law are Royalist conspirators and enemies of the Government and tto arrest and proceed against them as such he will have reached the point where will soon be revealed the real purpose and the extreme to which the persecution is to be carried The universal popular protest the discontent of the army at being used to arrest nuns and priests and the disapproval o Government officials may cause a haltPremier Combes has reached the point where he must go on or turn back Newspaper reports of disorders and affrays sometimes do injustice to innocent parties During the past ten days there were two shooting scrapes between police and those they were seeking to arrest In both the names of Irish saloon keepers were used in a way to give the impression that the disorder was in connection with their places or they were individually mixed up with the fights In both these cases this was an injustice the troubles neither starting nor occur ring in the saloons nor among their patrons and the proprietors neither knew of nor had anything whatever to do with them or the parties involved The only ground for the inference is that the saloons are in the vicinity where the rows took place A little care by re porters in wording their accounts of such affairs will avoid such un deserved reflections Germanys antiborax law in tended to exclude American cured meats is likely to kick at the breech as it is taken for granted that the United States will retaliate and now that a chemist has reported that German delicatessen meats and fruits imported into this coun try also contain borax German manufacturers of these goods are apprehensive lest when the German law goes into force the United States ports will be closed against German meats and fruits and they j will lose the American market which takes the larger proportion of their exports It is not unlikely that Germany will again recognize he importance of not interfering with Uncle Sams hogs and modify the antiborax law just as she did he anti trichinea law some years IgoBritish trade commissioners re port another trouble in South Africa Industries particularly ins 1f1 I off nen are taking other employment with German and American firms r W that have contracts or leaving the country and the Kaffirs refuse to work as heretofore because wages are too low in the Transvaal andI Orange Free State They estimate that there is work for 200000 laborers but the British companies insist that they can not pay more wages end the outlook for resump tion of their industries is no bright The Boer Generals Botha De larey and DeWet were cordially received in England and would budthey evaded such flattery and went to Holland as private individuals 5 Theylwill come to the United States and all England seems wondering why Their reception and utterances iin thiscountry will probably be care fully noted by English correspond ents It is not likely they will use any seditious language but they will be greeted in a way to leave no doubt of the esteem in which they and their gallant people are held by Americans ICIA Married Nun is the head ing of an article doubtless intended to be sensational going the round- of the daily press There is noth ing sensational about it nor is it a all remarkable though such cases are not frequent The nun left her order in the roper way with the approval of her superiors and1 the church authorities Subse quently she married in accordance with the rites of the church and iis living with her husband Thats all there is in it The printers are as generous as outspoken Their international1 convention adopted resolutions o f sympathy and aid to the anthracite miners President Mitchell re- sPonded with thanks statjng the miners would win if properly sup ported Without further ado the printers unanimously ordered retieffund Thats thekind of sympathy that counts 1 The corn fields of the Unite- States which will yield this year 2500000000 bushels equal in area Great Britain Belgium and Hol land RECENTiDEATHS The funeral of Anna May the eight year old daughter of Eizabeth and the late James Fitzpatrick took place Mon day afternoon from the family residence r 1648 Tyler avenue Sincere sympathy iis felt for the sadly bereaved mother in thisi her second great loss Thomas J Moore one of the most popular policemen in the West End died at his mothers residence at 1240 oclock Thursday morning He had been ill of pheumonia for a few days He was a brotherin law of Mike Hickey The funeral takes place from St Johns church at 9 oclock this morning the interment in St Johns emeteryI The funeral of Adam Michals an aged and highly respected resident of the West End and a stanch member of St An thonys church took place Monday morning with solemn high mass of requiem t Deceasedwas a prosperous cooper and is survived by sons who were associated in the business with him His death is deplored by a wide circle of acquaintances Mrs Alice Nolan wife of Lloyd E Nolan died at her home 1537 State street last Monday The deceased was a kind hearted Christian lady who was highly esteemed by all for her numerous good qualities She was fortyone years old and the surviving members of her family have the sympathy of the com munity The funeral was held Wednes day morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Rev Father OSulli van conducting the solemn obsequies The many friends of Mrs Mary Cor bett of 613 Laurel street were grieved to hear of the sudden and untimely death of her son Patrick Corbet The young man who was a railroad employe was killed in an accident at Chicago last Sunday The remains were brought here for burial The funeral took place from the residence of his mother last Thursday morning A requiem mass was celebrated over the remains at St Johns church and the Intel ment was in St Louis cemetery LAWN FETe One of the events of pleasure eagerly looked for is the Spring Bank Club lawn fete at the Apple Orchard Thirtyeighth and Greenwood avenue this side River view Park next Wednesday and Thurs day evenings The ladles and gentle men patrons are among our beat known and mOt liberal and public spir ited citizens and all who attend are ast1an evening of real enjoyment The atproceeds will be used for works of charity and with pleasant weather large principalprizessome pony a sheep hog and a fancy I quilt Take Rivervfew cars liin t Jj 0 KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS The following ode was composed and dedicated to the Knights of Columbus by Rev William McDermott Chaplain of Columbus Council and sung for the first time at the annual reunion last week off the Knights of the Middle West at Put inBay Arise 0 bold Columbus Knights and swell the loud refrain And let our patrons fame resound oer domaintWith joyful hearts we hail the cross which onceColumbus bore And watch our heros saving faith now shine from shore to shore In friendships purest noblest bond we reach from sea to seat From gulf to lake our order takes lh lead in charity With love for all in knighthoods our brothers far and near In unions might we stand for right for God and country dear O privledged sons whom fortune claimed Columbus Knights to bel The model band of all our land the nation of the free And may the one who guided safe Columbus bark to shore Forever guide our order in His servi more and more LocIDv I j Ben Horstman has returned frow a trip of ten days duration at French Lick SMiss Katie nines has gone to Hanover t Ind to visit friends and relatives for a week tMiss Mary Maher of Nashville tic been spending several days here wit friends Miss Mollie Curran is in New Yorki where she will spend some time with her brother Miss Mary McGuire has returned home from a ten days stay at French Lick Springs J B Dawson and wife of New Haven spent the first part of the week visiting in this city Mrs Edward Corcoran of Jefferson ville was last week the guest of friends finCincinnatiJohn and child were among those from this city sojourning at Estill Springs the past week ItofIt home Tuesday evening fMrs Thomas Mahoney has returned from New Haven where she visited her daughter Mrs Joseph Pottinger John W Flood the Main street whole fromda through Sid Terrell and Mrs Mary Terrell of Paducah arrived in the city Monday au registered the Louisville Hotel Miss Mary Preece has returned to her home in Washington Ind after a pleas ant visit to friends in New Albany Mrs William Lynch and son of Daw son Springs have been spending the week with relatives in Jeffersonville Dr J W Fowler and his children have returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives aud friends in Nelson county Miss Margaret Kelly arrived in Ne Albany on Mondayfrom New Orleans to visit relatives and friends for a few weeks Mrs Andrew Kast and children Allen Florence and Fannie are home from three weeks visit to friends at Galena IndMisses Alice Hickey and Aunabelle Cunningham leave Sunday for a two weeks visit to New York and Atlantic City Misses Maggie Holloran and Hattie Fierstein left Monnay morning for Ben ton Harbor They will be gone two weeks Ed J Bosler the well known leather dealer is able to be out shaking handsI with his friends after an illness of eight weeks Miss Mary Clare and Mrs J Muir have returned from an extended visit a Owensboro where they were the guests of Mrs J Carroll John Martel of New Albany for the past two years with the Kentucky Irish American is enjoying a weeks vacation- at St Joseph Ind Miss Sophie Wathen Miss Mary Hill1 and Miss Jenkins of Lebanon accom panted Mr Nace Wathen to EstillI Springs this week The many friends of John T Garaghty the well known coal man will regret the news that he is quite ill at his residence 510 East Broadway Misses Mary and Hattie Higgins are home again after a delightful sojourn at White Mills where they were the guests of Mrs Dillingham Mrs John P Flynn and children after spending ten days with relatives and friends at Owensboro are again at their home in New Albany Charles McCann wife and children Ruth and Paul of Springfield Mo at rived in Jeffersonville on Monday to visit Mrs M V McCann Miss Anna Groark of Jeffersonville was one of a party of young ladies from Falls Cities who spent the past week White Sulphur Springs Miss Nell Fairleigb after spending the summer with Mrs Jolla Watts Kearney in Maine and Mrs John White Boston has returned borne u Miss Ada McCann the accomplished and charming daughter of Judge John McCann will leave next week to visit friends at Springfield for a month Mrs Arthur Musselman and her two children and her sister Mrs Kate New man have gone to Stines station to spend the remainder of the summer Miss Anna Kelly was the hostess at a most enjoyable ping pout party given in honor of Miss Margie Henderson of St Louis who is the guest of Miss Mayme Toner prettydaughtersand Charles Carrara left Thursday to spend two weeks with Louis Carraro at Cincinnati- e Mrs Val Leister and little son Masters Theodore Leister and her brother Thos McFarland left Monday for Little Rock Ark where they will spend several weeks with relatives Mrs Mary McGrath has returned home after spending several weeks with rela lives in Ohio She is the sister of the popular grocer James A Ross Eighth sari St Catherine streets ceMiss Sallie Abby Byrne the accomplished and only daughter of Frank M Byrne will leave Tuesday for an indefi nite stay with relatives and friends in Kentucky and Tennessee Mrs T L Byrne Misses Lizzie Byrne Mary Byrne Julia Tobin Nellie Tobin and Mollie Corcoran composed a merry party that left Monday afternoon for trip up the Kentucky river aI Mr and Mrs Thomas H Broderick had an enjoyable family reunion at their home 422 East Ormsby avenue in honor of the letters sister Mrs R L Thixton WashingtonMr and Mrs John T Malone and family who have been spending the month of August at Bay View Mich will not returh to their home in the Highlands before the first of next month Capt Dan Kane and his charming wife and Miss Laura Raffo who have been spending the past month at the North western lake resorts will arrive home about September 1 They are now in Canada John T Rodgers a popular young newspaper man and his charming wife aud Miss Annie Murphy have gone to Benton Harbor St Joseph and Bay View Mich for the remainder of the summer Mr and Mrs Thomas J Keyer of 1325 West Chestnut street who have been spending the past six weeks in Europe arrived in New York on the 13th and after visiting friends in Wash ington arrived home Monday Rev Father Shea pastor of the Cath olic church at Charlestown Ind offi ciated at the marriage there Tuesday morning of Henry Goedecker and Miss youngdpeople known in Jeffersonville Misses Mary Hackett and Rena Lee have returned home to New Albany after a pleasant visit to Terre Haute Bedford and Greencastle Ind As usual thee young ladies met with universal favor and several receptions were given in their honor during their visit One of the busiest men in the city is Bat Fueglein He is busy morning noon and night but a short time ago he man longwenough to take a ten days outing at Sweet Sulphur He has returned home refreshed and ready for business Will Soden son of Phil Soden thee well known Louisville Nashville en gineer has accepted a good position with the railroad company at Livingston His numerous friends in this city are elated over his appointment though all regret his departure from Louisville Mr John J Barrett the well known undertaker and his daughter Miss Vir ginia returned home from Chicago Monday after a pleasant visit of two weeks spent with Mr George Barrett Mr Bar retts eldest son It will be pleasing to Mr Barretts friends to learn that his health continues to improve Miss Katie McGuire of 20G East Main street left last week for Worthington oftfriends who were the guests of Miss Fanny Keane The party consisted of Misses Katie McDonough Mary Zeigel bauer and Miss Emma Beck They were chaperoned by Mrs Margaret Beck 604 East Gray street The society eyent of the week in Meade county was the marriage of Miss Whelan one of the fairest young women of that section and August Koertner a well known and highly respected young man of the West End The ceremony was performed Tueseay morning at St Martins church near the brides home and was witnessed by large numbers of friends of the young couple After leav ing the church the bride and groom came to this city and are at home at 2120 West Madison street Miss tee Fischer entertained a few friends last Sunday in honor of her brother Harry who hat just returned from New York after delightful vaca tion of two months Those present were Misses Allie Myers Jewell Kelly Ella Crutcher Meyme Kelly Lillie Starr Amelia Lannon Georgia Hays Mayme De Voys Ella Casse and Tessie Foley and Messrs Gus Huber Clarence Dugaq Elmer Scott Albert Casse George Myers Joe Ackermann Claude Allen Ed See burn Frank Drawelland John Hasson Among the notable weddings an nounced for next month will be that of Miss Theresa K Stark and Samuel L Robertson which will rte solemnized at St Martins church on Wednesday Sep tember 10 at 4 oclock in the afternoon U LLr IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets TuesdayDolanViceRogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Thursday MeehanVice SullivanFinancial1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets Mondayevenings PresidentLawrence J Mackey Vice PresidentMichael Hoban SullivanFinancial350 Nineteenth street TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets Wednesday HennessyVice LynchRecordingFinancial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut AssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on Tuesdayat ReillyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentB A Coll DevittFinancialSecretaryFrank Treasurer Michael Kinney ECONOMICAL BUT NOT MISERLY Thats what you CAN and OUGHT to be Get one of these little steel safes from the KENTUCKY TITLE SAVINGS BANK at Fifth and Court Place and open a savings account It will TEACH YOU ECONOMY and not only SAVE money that youre waisting but put it to earning compound in terest for you Open dally until 3 p m i Saturdays until 7 pm PETER M ANDRWI X SSONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN S- TBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY AUG 21 Hatineei Bsnday Monday Wednesday Saturday Fred Irwins New Majesties MmlCftN ND ROP N NOVUIIS Prettiest Girls Furriest Conedlans Brightest Vaudeville AND EVERYTHING NEW Following the ceremony therewill be a wedding supper at the home of the bride for the attendants and immediate rela tives The brideelect isa pretty and popular stenographer and a favorite among her wide circle of acquaintances and the groom is associated in business and amassing a snug competency with his father who is a well known contractor S BENTON HRBOR AND RETURN t5 Big Four Route II Trains leave Seventhstreet Union depot Wednesday September 3 at 8 a m Tickets good returning ten days Benton Harbor la situated in the heart of the great fruit belt Delightful lake trips on Lake Michigan Secure tickets at city ticket office 259 Fourth avenue Phone Main JGatesThe State Pair management reports a great many entries from all parts of Ken tucky s u PLiir rr r1i1F K NTUCKY IRISH A1IERICAN RESTORA WATER CO 619 Fourth Ave Try a Glass Free at Our Office Telephone Main 3382a Home 2669 r13oo Bcsr 1s THE r7reeplnqPNt CHZAPESTu loenman 7rr ShorTran 4n o tygeufrtfiny s- Teteyra 7rrf n Send For blalajutVfc ulpvilleJjJ w Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building In the South Visitors always welcome School o Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT- xPresident JOHN 15 FR11 TK rit WALTERS Clay=Street812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY I RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Tel 5132 Telephone Main 64 Home Telephone 1509 BABEYS LACE CURTAINl LAUNDRY 908 W JEFFERSON ST No Branch louses or Solicitors In Louisville Mr C Babey has opened a new and complete Lace Curtain Laundry at 903 West Jefferson street where he will be glad to see his friends and customers All work called for and delivered and guaranteed firstclass Curtains laun pricesRealIrish Point Curtains49cNo- ttingham Curtains20cM- uslin Curtains20cL-ace Bed Sets40c and 50c C BABEY PROP BIG FOUR ROUTE TO Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave S J QATJSS KyWARRENWM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI n 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 ITRADEI Anyone landing a sketch ana quickly ascertain our opinionfreeI whetherg an Communlcnnontrtctl1eonddentlL eecurlnepatenuIelatnotwithoutl n Scientific Jlmerlcan bandsomelT Illustrated weekly Traest cir culation of any scientific journal Terms t3 a nawdealerMUNNBranch Offlce Gfi V St Washington D C JOHN SULLIVANI SEL- LSKINDLING WOOD SAWDUST AND SHAVINGS Telephone 1883a South HOLY NAME CHURCH BAZAR The ladies of Holy Name parish are preparing to give a big bazar from October 14 to 27 inclusive Holy Name church is locattdat Fourth and O streets ia South Louisville and is making great progrow under the guidaace of its be loved pastor Rev JobajOCoamoTi Q 4tt DRINK RESTORA FOR THE KIDNEYS Brewery IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dunbar Duller has been selected Con servative candidate for South Belfast and agreed to stand A man named Garret Barry of Cork aged fortysix years was drowned while bathing at Ballycotton He got a crampI and all efforts at rescue were unavailing Messrs John Redmond John DillonI and Michael Davitt will sail from Queens town on October 10 to attend the great convention of Irishmen to be held iin BostonAt last meeting of the Longford Board of Guardians a resolution wasI passed pledging the board to give no contracts in future except to members of the United Irish League wherever possi ble Judging by present indications this years horse show which will be held at Ballsbridge the last week in August will be one of the most successful ever held under the auspices of the Royal SocietyThe man Daniel Doyle who met with a very severe accident recently at Dray railway station as a result of which both his legs and left arm near the shoulder had to be amputated is progressing fa vorably at the Meath Hospital The United Irish League convention for Clare was held for Ennis under the chairmanship of Very Rev A Clancy Spirited speeches were delivered by W Redmond M P Joseph Devlin M P Rev James Clancy and others In the Belfast Custody Court Margaret McKenna was charged with having on the previous day attempted suicide at the County Courthouse After medical evi dence had been given the woman was removed to the Belfast Lunatic Asylum The dinner which Mr John Redmond M P recently gave to the Prime Min isters of the colonies has attracted much interest in English political circles These Premiers are all home rulers and made no secret of their sympathy with the Irish movement for legislative independ enceA convention of delegates from the branches of the United Irish League in County Monaghan was held at Ballybay The Limerick resolutions were adopted and speeches were delivered by Thomas Condon M P J MacVeagh M P David Sheehy exM P and J MKean MP News has been received in Limerick of the death which occurred on the 26th ult at his residence Auckland New Zealand of Edward Alexander formerly of the firm of Messrs Alexander Brothers Limerick Deceased who was a member ofa very old Limerick family had been but a few days ill The Irish party at a meeting on July 31 passeda resolution congratulating the Pope on behalf of the twenty millions of Irish Catholics on his unparalleled length of days and the honors with which his reign has been blessed and requesting Sir Thomas Esmonde to lay the resolu tion at the feet at his Holiness His Eminence Cardinal Moran visited Kilkenny on Sunday and was presented with a number of addresses in the Cathedral and replying referred to the position of Australia pointing out that that country was a republic with the sovereign as per manent President On the previous day his Eminence visited Thomastown where addresses were also presented His Eminence Cardinal Moran Archbishop of Sidney visited Calhn County Kilkenny where he was accorded a most enthusiastic welcome and was pre seated with addresses signed on behalf of the clergy Town Commissioners and people of Callan He was also presented with an address iu Gaelic from the pupils of St Drigids missionary school It is announced that Mrs Ellen Guil tenane of Blossom Hill Rathkeale County Limerick has received intima tion that she has become heiress to a property in Buffalo U S A through the death of a relative The value of the property is estimated at several thou sand pounds Mrs Guiltenane is the dealerI the Lord Chief Justice Robert Fitzgerald was charged with having murdered William Riordan in the village of Cullen by shooting him with a revolver The jury found a verdict of manslaughter and in passing sentence of ten years penal servitude the judge remarked that the prisoner owed his life to the jury convention of the united Executives of the United Irish League of East and West Clare was held at the EnnU Tows Hall whlQh was addressed bz fmg i IRISH FIELD DAY AT FERN GROVE AUGUST 24TO BE GIVEN BY THE ANCIENT ORDER A OF HIBERNIANS j Suitable Prizes Will be Awarded in the Following Events handicapTwohundredyards yearsStandingyearsPuttingTICKETS FOR ROUND TRIP TWENTYFIVE CENTS Boats will leave foot of First street at 930 a m i and 130 p m other speakers Messrs William Red mond Joseph Devlin and Alderman Joyce M Ps There was aq extremely large attendance nearly all the branches in the two divisions being represented- A sad fatality occurred at Middleton County Armagh A mason named Ter ence Toner of Clonfert County Mona ghan was engaged working on a house at some distance outside the town when the scaffolding and gable collapsed as a result of which the unfortunate man was killed Rev Thomas M Parland on hearing of the occurrence immediately rode to the scene on his bicyle and rent dered all the assistance in his power A great sensation was caused in Ballin robe by a report that a woman named Ellen Flannery of Knockglass two miles from that town had been shot by her fatherinlaw Michael Flannery The latter has been arrested on a charge of attempted murder It is alleged that the prisoner fired deliberately the woman from a range of about fifteen yards and a large number of shot lodged in her left yearsnof age The injured woman is now in Ballinrobe infirmary and is at present in a weak condition Developments of a rather serious char acter in so far as they relate to the Irish workers have taken place at Parnell quarries which are situated near Arklow Last week a number of men were dis charged The dismissals affected forty five handsmany of whom have been connectedwith the works since their in ception by the late Charles Stewart Par nell over twenty years ago A strong feeling has been created among the Irish workers by what has taken place for the fact is that it is Irishmen who have been selected for dismissal and in no case has a foreigner though a number of them work at the quarrybeen dismissedOn the Rev William Dug gan received a wire that the Rev Laurence Doyle Atby had died sud denly at Lisdoonvarna where he was spending a holiday The news created a painful sensation in the town and dis trict His genial manner and cheery dis position made him a universal favorite He was beloved not only by his own parishioners but by an extensive circle of friends and acquaintances throughout the archdiocese The deceased was edu cated at Clonliffe and subsequently at Maynootb where he was ordained abont six years since His first curacy was Moone whence he was transferred to Athy He was a native of Annamore County Wicklow JOE PIRRMANS CANS Furnished Much Sport at Knights of Rest Fishing Camp on Wednesday Two of the greatest days of this season at the Knights of Rest fishing camp were the Walters Brothers day and Joseph Pirrmans day The latter event took place last Wednesday Joe Pirrmau went down early with a host of friends and enough boys and tin cans to make the welkin ring Joe was the center of attrac tion and the butt of many practical jokes all of which he took good naturedly The Knights of Rest saw that everybody had a good time and plenty to eat and drink NICK VAUGHN BACK W Nick Vaughn formerly Prosecut ing Attorney of the Police Court is back in Louisville after a brief stay at Greens burg Ky whither he was called by the illness of his aged mother Attorney Vaughn had made all arrangements to go to Salt Lake City with the Elks when he received word of his mothers serious illness He at once gave over the antici pated outing to attend his aged mother Fortunately the aged lady is restored to healthand Nick is with his Louisville friends once more- AVhNUB THEATER For the first half of next week the Avenue announces another new drama The Way of the Wicked which has pleased large audiences wherever presented The old favorites Haverlys minstrels commence with Thursdays matinee for the rest of the week Ollie Newman filed suit Tuesday against the Norton Infirmary for 10000 damages for injuries sustained while undergoing an operation at that institu tion She alleges that she was left by the attendants aad thereby severely burned about the back and limbs through their neglect u GREAT SUCCESS Promised For the Mammoth Picnic to Bo Given by tho C K of A m Object Is to Establish a Needed DIrabllltyFund j BIg Euchre Will Bio tho Feature of the Afternoon Entertainment DONT FORGET NEXT WEDNESDAY J r The local branches of the Catholic Knights of America will hold their big picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Wednes day This picnic was to have been held last Monday but was necessarily post poned on account of the inclemency of the weather Unless the weather inter feres again the picnic will be a great success as the Catholic Knights of America from all parts of the city with their fami liefand friends will be in attendance The main feature in the afternoon will be the mammoth euchre for which hand some prizes have been offered Messrs Harry Veeneman Rill iPockler Hub buch McGinn Rapp Reichert Dignan and others are working day and night to make the picnic a success There will be both concert and dance music The bowling alleys will be in full blast Re freshments of all kinds will be on hand and in abundance All charitably dis posed people will lend a hand toward making the undertaking a success The object of the picnic is to create a disabil ity fund for the benefit ofaged infirm or unemployed members of the C K of A who through no fault of their own are unable to keep up their assessments There are a number ofthese stricken Knights in every branch and many of the branches have for years kept up the assessments of their unfortunate mem bers This has proven a hardship and a central committee of the local branches have gotten together to arrange for a permanent disability fund It is confi dently believed that this picnic will raise a substantial fund and thereby relieve the various branches in a great measure from keeping up the assessments of their un fortunate members 1 LAWN FETE To Be Given September 2 and 4 For Benefit of St Charles Bor romeo Church The ladies of St Charles Borromeo parish have arrangedto give an icecream festival and lawn fete on the lawn adjoin ing the church Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets on the afternoons and evenings of September 2 and 3 As is usual with undertakings of this parish there are many indications of success Rev Father Raffo is one of the most popular pastors in the diocese and his friends hope to learn that funds enough will be realized from the entertainments to warrant Father Raflo in buildings new church On both afternoons there will be euchre parties with ample amuse ments for the children In the evenings a number of handsom articles will be raffled ir WANTS TO SELL Thomas A Flannelly the popular Boniface who presides over the destinies of the St Cloud Hotel at Second and Jefferson streets is anxious to dispose of a part interest in that hostelry During his sojourn Iu Louisville Mr Flannelly has made that hotel a popular place of resort for the traveling public and a man with an eye to business could not make a better investment FRIENBS ALARMED Shelbyviilecontractor whereabouts nothing having been heard from him since last Sunday morning when he started for this city His family fear that he fell from the train or met with foul play The case was reported to Chief of Detectives Sullivan last Tues day by William Murphy of 1921 Dank street a friend of the mfciing mane U HINTS ON STYLE The elbow sleeve will be seen upon elaborate gowns this winter and women must reconcile themselves to extrava gance in gloves The Japanese cloaks that have been so well liked in Paris will be seen through out the winter and make picturesque and luxurious driving and evening wraps Ostrich plumes will be the hat trim ruing of the winter season and it is now the mode to wear white plumes shading off at the tip into some that appear in the costumeThe collars of colored linen or of white embroidered in color have fallen from grace and very fine white collars or cravats handworked are the correct thing Byron collars have made a hit in Paris and are worn by the smartest women In fine lawn embroidered by hand they are especially dainty but one sees too the collars of stiff linen Lace keeps its place as a popular trimming and all lace costumes particularly in the black chantilly will be worn as much as ever this winter The combina tion of light and heavy laces will also lastGreen and blue a combination which in crude hat trimmings have become an eyesore this summer is revived in the autumn dress goods and modes but in the most harmonious and delightful of shades and combinations Many of the prettiest street costumes for fall and win ter will be in these tones The surplice corsage effect is sure to be worn this winter since the fichu and the other pompadour modes are in favor The Louis coats too take more and more ofa hold upon feminine fancy and a Louis Sieze coat of white silk flowered in pink carnation worn over a white chiffon skirt and having chiffon frills fluttering from inside the pinkfaced cuffs is a thing to appeal to any woman In all materials the loose cloak will undoubtedly have the lead and the full sleeves when not flowing will be gathered into a cuff with a broad opening and will allow for all vagaries of the gown sleeve The cape collar is the great feature of the new coats and cloaks as of the early autumn gowns and much of the chic of the garment will depend upon the skill with which this color is shaped and fitted SOUTH LOUISVILLE SHOPS Frotn what appear to be reliable sources comes the good news that ground will be broken for the new Louisville Nashville shops at South Louisville some time in September Over two million dollars will be expended upon the work which will require at least two years for completion These improvements will cause a great growth in that part of the city HIBERNIAN BUILDING DEDICATED Last week the Hibernians of Nashua dedicated their new home the ODon nell memorial building which is con cded to be the finest owned by any Catholic organization in New Hampshire It is a splendid evidence of the activity and energy of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Nashua and also a fine tribute to the generosity of the late Rev Father Michael Burns and his sister Miss Mary Burns whose generous dona tions in money aided and made possible the undertaking A procession that was participated in by 3000 men preceded the exercises which were attended by prominent men from the State and Massachusetts The building is a mag nificent one four stories high and a credit to Nashua and the Irish people SHORT SERMONS Lose not the glory of the sun by always seeking to count the spots upon it- Self love is at once the most delicate and the most vigorous of our defects a nothing wounds it but nothing kills it Life observes St Gregory Nazlan zen Is like a market Its day once passed all further bartering is at an endBe as sharp as you will with your selves Do not bear with the least sin in your own temper Give no impunity to yourselves or to your own faults Each of us is bound to make the small circle in which he lives better or happier Each of us is bound to see that out of that small circle the greatest good may flow The best meats for the summer are young lamb and beef Nevereat fresh pork after the first of tune and do not at veal after the middle of June t n cOIIS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON TilE e IDlmou5 tug Rfb-Y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR B H BACON District Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentC1olAnagerWENDS and llzpertAccountntEducates Young People s For Business Good Employment and Success jt CALL OR WRITE ron FIll INFORMATION P BtwSixrHl MAIN8uildiag Business CollegesTReBTS LOUISVILLE KY HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Field day tomorrow Divisions 1 2 and 4 meet next week Divisions 4 and 10 of St Paul are about to be consolidated After the field day what next The Ladies Auxiliary of course Tike your friends to Fern Grove to morrow and see the Irish sports Another company of Hibernian Knights is about to be formed at Columbus O The delegates to the State convention from St Paul are all representative young menDaniel King and Daniel Reagan were elected members of Division 3 Monday night A distinguished orator has accepted an invitation to address the Hibernians of the Falls Cities on September 29 The Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth Minn will send a full delegation to the Minne sota State convention headed by Mrs J H Sullivan All the divisions will have degree teams before long The need of more frequent initiations has become apparent to everyoneThe hour that follows the meetings of the Providence divisions is highly beneficial and much enjoyed according to the Visitor Roger Nohalty and Mike McGilli cuddy were the first to pay their entrance fees for the field day They are entered in all the big events The divisions of St Paul had a great outing last Saturday at Tonka Bay two trains carrying the excursionists Out door sports were a feature Members of Division 3 were pleased to have Pat Nelligan with them again Mon day night There is always a warm wel come for him at either hall James Kenealey visited Division 3 and assured the members that the people of Limerick alone would make the field day a success if the weather was only fair County President Keenan and Treas urer George Butler gave interesting reports of thefr trip to Coloraeo and the Hibernian convention at the meeting of Division 3 this week Division 9 of Central Falls R I added seven names to its roll at the last meeting at which a delegation from Fall River was present and State President Quinn delivered an address At the fortysecond biennial convention of the Rhode Island Hibernians held at Newport John Dillon of Valley Falls was elected State President Pawtucket was selected for the next convention Last Sunday morning the members of Division 17 of Valley Falls and delegates and visitors to the county convention met at 930 and marched in a body to the 1030 oclock mass at St Patricks church The Indiana State convention was a great success and the reports of the divisions were all of a very encouraging nature The New Albany and Jefferson ville delegates took prominent part in deliberationsMinnesota will hold their State convention at Minneapolis next week beginning Tuesday and closing Thursday The delegates and local mem bers will attend divine worship at the Church of the Immaculate Conception on the morning of the first day The Ladies Auxiliary also met at the same time and there were over 300 delegates in atttend ancc at both conventions BUCKINGHAM Redecorated repainted and beautified more than ever before the Buckingham Theater is ready for the coming season which opens with Irwins Majesties which ranks among the best burlesque and vaudeville attractions before the public The Whallen Brothers have spared neither pains nor expense and the Buckingham will continue the hand somest and most confortable playhouse in the city They will doubtless achieve the success and patronage they deserve All theatergoers are acquainted with the Irwin standard of excellence and this seasons effort places the Majesties in the front rank of vaudeville comedy and burlesque He has engaged the best of European and American talent for then 1 RESTORA WATER 619 Fourth Ave Try a Glass Free at Our Telephone Main 3382a Home SHE Passenger FOR 3E ST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON I I SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Drown Leghorns can be kept in small about half feed of otherchickens They lay about ten months in moultingPulletsmonths A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 80S eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs i9u2f during very cold weather January 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 IllIllOisBEST 60ntral QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville Memphis AND New Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from Chicago Cincinnati- Louisville or Now Orleans to Hot Springs SleepersThrough From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisW J McBRIDB City Passenger Ticket Agent Fourth and Market Louisville A H HansonG ChicagoWm A G P A Louisville KingforWilliam Watson in the leading comedy roles Is said to be by far the most gor geously mounted bit of upto date frivol ity ever offered I The Hebrew population of New York City is estimatedat 084788 In the borough of Manhattan alone every fourth man or woman is a Jew or Jeweeet p r u T jII Iu u d T oNIUdKY IRISH A1 I3ItICAlOT Phoenix Hill Park Wednesday August 271 RAIN OR SIiii E CATHOLIC KNIOUT- SPICNICI GIVEN UNDER TIlE AUSPICES OF THE CENTRAL C01tMITTEE fOfthe Louisville New Albany and Jeflersonville Branches Mammoth Euchre Elegant Prizes Games will be played from 2 to 5 oclock Grand Concert Dancing and All Kinds of Amusements Admission 10 cents Dancing 22 cents Children under 12 years of age free Bring your wives sweethearts and daughters to the grandest picnic of the year T J WATHENS W UM FACTORY l UM BAKERY- t 629 Eighth St Louisville Ky Finest Vanilla And Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 CHARLOTTE RUSSEi Finest quality all sizes 25c 35c 50c and up Individuals per dozen 50c Try them You will be pleased All kinds of Fancy Cakes made to order Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as two hundred miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers andeveryday orders Long distance telephone 2144 Mlllooll Mollllui6llt GOllipallil DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF i l1li i 1ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE 2 I rtonuments I IIArtistic Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studio Carrara Italy i I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I BuDI ftOftnftIBDBIW ftDuJ QUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Quick Meale Gasoline Stoves Quick Meal Oil Stoves The immense sale of the Quick Meal is due to its MERITSand nothing else It is the BEST G E HER SON 214 Market Street Near Second DANIEL Tr THOMAS 1Dougherty Keenan I t t UNDERTAKERS 5tt 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth t All D Calls IrlogcoJ Ill I LOUISVILLE MACHINE WHITEWASHING CO CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OF Painting Calsomining and Whitewashing Floors Stock and Machinery Carefully Protected Material Applied Hot by Compressed Air Under Pressure of 140 to 200 Pounds Endorsed by Insurance Commissioners Fire Commis sioners United States Government and Boards of Health QUICKER BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN BRUSH WORK IMI OBZRIIEILsr 7 ZMIGPIR 1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 5878 Drop Postal for Estimate SOCIETY PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American has excellent facilities invitationsetcJ neatly and promptly executed at reasonable prices Call at 326 West Green street and see us before ordering F HENRY C LAUER TELBPHONB 11O Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST I 428 and 430 ranch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET JOHN FOERTELBUT- CHERI WN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER rJ 100440H Story Avenue tei pHcm 891 LOUISVILLE KY 0- t S 5 I MACKIN COUNCIL Interesting and Instructive Address by Brother I Celestlne The rumor that Brother Celestine of Notre Dame University who is in the city visiting relatives would address the I President Frank Murphy members of Mackin Council resulted iin bringing out a large attendance Brother Celestinc is none other than James Cas sin who for many years was a prominent figure in Young Mens Institute circles His address was both interesting and instructive and was given close attention For his subject he took the Young Mens Institute and its moral and social features Young men and old men were benefited by attending the meetings and a finer school for their developmen would be hard to find Members should all take part in the debates and foster the social and friendly spirit that character Ized this splendid Catholic society which has for its object better men and bette citizensThe Visiting Committee reported that Messrs Pat Rider Henry Gottbrath and Steve Gathof are still sick Resolution thanking Englehardt Sons PfafHnge Co Mrs William Galway Mrs Edmund Coleman and Miss Bee Mullarke for donations and valuable assistance at the basket picnic which netted the council 21850 were adopted Capt Will Galway presented the name of five applicants which enthused his associates but Capt Charles Raidy an nounced that his side was working bar and would soon take the lead Upon motion President Murphy ap pointed a committee of twenty to assis in receiving and entertaining delegates to the Grand Council and Mackin will keel open house during the convention All arrangements were reported perfected for the complimentary moonlight excursion on Monday night tickets for which maybe had at this office President Murphy named Messrs Dar Weber William Shaughnessy Frank Burke Andrew Baurla and Joseph Stel tenpohl as a committee to select date and a for Mackins winter series of dances and receptions GOOD WORK Being Done by Dobt Paying Society of St Louis- Bertrands The Debt Paying Association of St Louis Bertrands church has been making great progress and during the nin months it has been established has col lected nearly 4000 which has beet applied to liquidating the debt of 45001 that bangs over this beautiful church Although between 4000 and 6000 per sons attend the five masses at this church every Sunday the ordinary revenues are comparatively small The Sunday col lections at present average only 45 and never go over 60 The large school attached to the church has to be sup ported and when all expenses are me there is nothing left to be applied to the debt So last January the debt paying association was formed each member of the congregation pledging himself to pay a certain sum every month whatever bit means would justify It is hoped bi Father Fowler that by the time his tern expires which will be in a year fron next October the debt will have been reduced 90QO or 10000 BABY CHURCH PETE The first midsummer lawn fete and re ception to be given by the parishioners o St Williams church next Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be the lead ing event of the year in that parish This affair will take place on the beautiful grounds surrounding the church al Thirteenth and Wilson avenue whicl are reached by the Twelfthstreet cars Refreshments will be served each evening and besides a choice programme of amusements has been arranged Members of all families of the parish and throngs of friends of the energetic pastor Rev Denis Murphyare expected to at tend from all parts of the city The ladles of the congregation will serve at elegant luncheon and all ticket holders wll be entitled to refreshments Admis sion only fifteen cents HENRY EILERS HOME Henry I Eilers the young son of Henry E Eilers the West Market street grocer is home from Syracuse where he spent the past two years pursuing his preparatory studies for the grledtboodat the Franciscan seminary The young cleric stood high in his classes and gives promise of taking high rank when the time cornea for his ordination From here hi goes to Trenton where hewill enter upon the course of theology and philosophy His friends are calling in large numbers to meet him at the home of his father VISITED DENVER Rey rather Burke of Paris tbisState who kIWI been spending the estnxietat- Colorado Spring visited Deaver friends lbutt wtek HU keskk MMM grsstly iw proved r C1 POLITICOSOCIAL IrishAmerican Society Doter mines Future Policy and Elects Officers Enthusiasm Exhibited at Meeting When Reorganization Was Effected Arranging For a Big Initlutioi and Reception Par Sep tember 18 ADOPTED A MOTION TO INCORPORATE The future policy of the IrishAmerican Society was settled for keeps at an en thusiastic and well attended meeting Thursday night at Hibernian Hall and the decision will result in bringing late membership many hundreds Of good men who would not join it as an insurance or sick benefit society President John Flynn who occupied the chair introduced exPresident Joe Nevin and his rousing speech had telling effect Mr Nevin advocated reorganization and mak ing the nature of the society politico social believing this course would be of benefit and acceptable to the greatest number If the members only stood to gether they could he said do much for their own and the citys advancement He wanted to see the IrishAmericans in the lead Thomas Tarpey and Will Lawler gave hearty indorsement to the expressions of Mr Nevin They reviewed the past his tory of the Irteh American Society and advocated the troduction of only such features as would not conflict with estab lished fraternal and benevolent societies Then it would not be long until the mem bership would be increased by several hundred Tom Claire Dennis Minogue and others spoke with the same view and a motion to go into committee of the whole and adopt new laws was unani mously adopted The revision was quickly effected which entirely changes the work and purpose of the organization Next it was voted to have a big initiation on Thursday night September 18 when some of tie contemplated social features will be introduced The election of offi cers was then gone into with the following result PresidentJohn J Flynu First Vice President Joseph Nevin Second Vice PresidentD J Minogue Recording Secretary T D Claire Financial SecretaryThomas Walsh Treasurer Thomas Keenan- SergeansatArms D J Heffernan SentinelTim Lyons- A motion tor incorporate the society was adopted the matter being left with the officers The session lasted over three hours but the results were most satisfactory to all present who now feel that the future success of the Irish American Society is assured SATOLUCOUNCILj j A very interesting meeting of Satolli Council was held Monday night the feature belag the comprehensive report of Delegate Grotty who attended the President William OSullivan National Federation President OSullivan urged the members to be active for the entertainment of the Grand Council and to be at the club house on Sunday Brother Celestine of Notre Dame an hon orary member of Satolli was introduced and responded in a graceful manner his remarks being listened to attentively A committee was appointed to secure new quarters and the final report from the hospital committee was received RESOLUTIONS OP CONDOLENCE At a meeting held by Branch 4 Catho tic Knights and Ladies of America the following resolutions of condolence on the death of Mrs Maggie Score the be loved wife of John J Score First Supreme Secretary of the C K and L ofAI were adoptedWhereas God in His goodness has been pleased to call from this life Mrs Maggie Score under sad circumstances leaving a large family of little children to mourn her loss and Whereas In life she was a devoted Christian wife and mother and by her death her husband and children have suffered an irrevocable loss and this branch a worthy member therefore be It Resolved That we the members of Branch 4 tender Brother Score and hi children our deepest sympathy and pay this tribute to her memory to honor her beautiful Christian life and be it further Resolved That a copy of these resolu tions be sent to the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Journal and to the Kentucky Irish American and a copy to U ebereayedralB1yaud that it bespread on the minute book of this branch JAMHS j KSKMV VARY Av OSuLTwAx orZ1TPt BriJUC BIG MEETING Held by Trinity Council Y M I and Reports Made I Trinity Council YM I held a big meeting Monday night Harry Swann I President of the Board of Grand Direct President Joseph Piazza ors was present and made an interesting address One application for membership was received Dr Beutel Rober Goebel Harry Kirchdorfer Henry Her burger and T J Garvey were appointee on a committee to conferwith the Ladles Auxiliary relative to giving a euchre next month By the way Miss Josie Donahue has been elected President of the Ladies Auxiliary to succeed Miss Mamie Kiely whose second term has just expired The degree team reported that the nev ritual would soon be ready for exemplification The Visiting Committee reports that Messrs John F Oertel Nicl Bosler and Edward Everlrart were stil on the sick list A special committee reported that every arrangement had been made for keeping open house for visiting delegates and members during the approaching meeting of the Grand Council This delighted President Josepl Piazza who will be one of the centra figures during the coming convention FESTIVAL AT ST BRIGID Day of Joy and Ploasure Fox Visitors to the Highlands Under the auspices of the St Vincent de Paul Society assisted by the Young Ladies Sodality an ice cream festive and coffee social will be given forth benefit of St Brigids church on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday next August 2G at Zehnders Park corner o Von Borries and Hepburn avenues one of the most delightful spots in the High lands In order to make this a day of joy and pleasure for all it was decided to commence the festival at 3 oclock in the afternoon and continue until 10 oclock at nightEach ticket is good for ten cents on the festival grounds and also entitles holder to a chance on several handsome prizes donated by kind friends The ladles are asked to bring the children in the after noon when there will be ice cream pop corn candies grab bags and games for their entertainment The gentlemen are kindly requested to come in the evening when there will be an abundance of light refreshments and amusements with novel features and all are urged to unite and make this festival grand success We must not forget to say that an ele Kant lunch will be served by the ladies from 6 to 8 oclock This will giv the good housewives an opportunity to close their kitchens that evening and enjoy a good supper under the trees The com mittees of which there are seven com posed of Messrs Henry Willenbrink Charles Fedler Jacob Oligschlaher John Riestcr Joseph Buschmeyer John Mur phy Thomas Barrett Harry Angermeier J Welsh Peter Bell Joseph Baron P M OBryan Lee Pfeifer Richard Kelty H A Goss C L Klapheke Chas Barker William Barrett ban J HennessyFloriau Crush and H Imorde assure those who attend an agreeable time Messrs Edward Kelty Leo Goss Geo Bell John Westenhoeffer Will Sinuott Joseph Bell and John Baron the grounds committee expect to illuminate the grounds in a manner that will eclipse anything seen here during the past great conclaves and conventions GOOD WOMAN DEAD Mrs Mary Jane Adams widow of the late Wesley Adams and mother of Magis trate John M Adams died a victim of apoplexy at Vine Grove Ky last Tues day The remains were brought to Louis ville for burial Mrs Adams was seventy sixyears of age and was a devout Catholic and a charitable woman She leaves the following children Magistrate John M Adams Robert N Adams with the Stewart Dry Goods Company Frank G Adams Corresponding Secretary Mackin Council Y M Ij and Miss Lizzie Adams Her death came as a shock to her children and many friends The old lady had been in excellent health and only a few days before her death left her home in Louisville to visit relatives at Vine Grove where she was stricken The remains were brought to Louisville and taken to the family residence 2141 Rowan street The funeral took place from St Cecilias church atO oclock Thursday The Interment was in St Louis cemetery SCHOOL DAYS RETURN Right Rev Bishop 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