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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rl f D f I c H KENTUCKY IRJSH AMERICAN VOLUME XNO 29 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 16 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTSt POSSIBLE Is Homo Rule For Ireland Within the Next Ten Years Scheme of Two Able Financier- For the Betterment of Conditions Plenty of Cultivable Land In Ireland Can Be Made Profitable THE REAL IRISH LARD QUESTION A special cable dispatch to certa1 American newspapers declares that home rule for Ireland is a thing of the immediate future The same dis patch also informs us that the Earl of Dunraven will in all probability be the leader of the Irish Nationalist party and the Premier of an Irish party sitting iin DublinThe writer of the above cable dispatch reasons well Irishmen living in Ireland Irishmen living in these United States iin Australia in the Argentine Confederation in South Africa or anywhere on the face of the earth would hail home rule with delight not because they wouldac cept it as final but because they wouldt1 believe it a stepping stone to national1 liberty The same writer says The bill con ceived and expounded in circumstances unique in the history of Ireland is ani ePceh making measure in the highesttt sense It is backed by a concensus of Parliamentary opinion never before known taken on any positive piece off Irish legislation and is backed almostt unanimously by the Irish people Healy Redmond OBrien and Davitt are now names spoken praisefully by Tory lead era A Tory member of Parliamentt has this to say While home rule is a phrase not mud i used nowadays it is closer to becoming ii reality than in Gladstones fiercest days Home rule by any other name will smellI just as sweet in Ireland and Ireland will1I have it within a decade if Dunraven lives Within a decade you will see him sitting in Dublin as Premier of an Irishi Parliament AIL the forces and influence of the British Government are workin gheto cement the alliance between l and England and if an Irish Parliament t in Dublin is necessary it will be con ceded Whether home rule comes or not it iisI far ahead Right now with the passage of the land bill almost in sight the Irish people need something else to tide them over until home rule is ready A recent writer in Harpers Weekly calls atten tion to the fact that Mr Wyndham Chief Secretary for Ireland recently brought before the House of Commons the fact that W J Pirre of the great shipbuilding firm of Harland Wolff and Lord Iveagh of the House of Guin ness had a remarkable scheme for the promotion of industrial prosperity in Ire i land He says the essence of thls scheme is to provide a fund for the establishment i of better means of communication between the centers of production in Ire land and the ports and later between I the Irish ports and the chief ports of I England such as Liverpool and Bristol 4 to which Irish products may be carried I on motor cars These two gentlemen propose to employ motor cars to collect the grain and J other agricultural produce from the farm 4 ers direct and then convey the said products to the harbors on light electric freight railways In this way a web of communication will be spread all over t the country the result of which will be twofold cheaper products at tidewater I and therefore cheaper in the English markets and better prices for the Irish farmers who will presently be also the I Irish land owners It must be remembered that should Mr Wyndbams land bill become a law this law will transfer the land of Ireland from the landlords to the tenants At the I same time it will not sweep away the former landowning class The county families will remain in eseionas before and will doubtless keep their country houses and demesne lands parka andc woods intact But these county families will be of necessity something more tbanC merely the inhabitants of rural h mesII they will be capitalists in virtue of the large sums to be paid to them through the intervention of the British Govern ment They will also be capitalists for whom it is very necessary to find invest ments which shall pay dividends suffi t ciently high to take the place of land rents These people will be under tbec necessity of investing their capital so as 4 to secure a living for themselves and their children hence the scheme of Mr I Pierre and Lord Iveagh seems practica ble England at the present time has about seven tinsel aa many Inhabitants as Irer land white the klter country be almost exactly twothird of the cultivable area c of England England has a cultivable area of 32000000 acres M against 30i t QOOOOO acre in Ireland Of these 20I000000 of acres in Ireland at present only M par cwt is eatirely cultivable 62 per i teat Ii pasture 88 per Beat ia entirely ppeultivabie and the rewM l8g 4 per 1 Xpaett taW MvMMk Aeuce K ap n- GO o i pears that there are no less than 15000 000 acres of uncultivated but cultivable land in Ireland which might form an admirable source of supply for England From this it would seem that England by giving Ireland n measure of justice in new land legislation will create for her self a reserve supply of food which may become a very present help in time of trouble SARTHUR M WALLACE For Judge of the Criminal Division of the Cir cult Court Hon Arthur M Wallace is a candidate for the nomination of Judge of the Criminal Division of the Jefferson Circuit Court subject to the action of the Demo WallaceSvoter in the city of Louisville and Jeffer son county but a brief sketch of his career will not be amiss 11Arthur Wallace was born on a farm in Christian county near the village of Oak Grove less than forty years ago At an early age he evinced a desire for the study of law and was given an opportu nity to gratify his ambition He was sent to school in Virginia and later to Central University at Richmond After that he attended the law department of the Uni versily of Louisville from which institu tion he graduated In 1885 He had proved an apt student an ardent Democrat and a young man of energy and ability In 1886 one year after graduating from the law school he was elected to the House of Representatives in the Kentucky Legislature and served two terms While be was in the Legislature Mr Wallace drafted and secured the passage of an election law modeled upon the Australian ballot system This law is still in force though it has been amended from time to time in minor points He has been justly styled the Father of the secret ballot in Kentucky Mr Wallace while he was in the Legis latnre also helped to secure the passage ota law which made shooting craps or oontz a felony He also aided in making every species of lottery a felony andwas active in his endeavors to secure the re peal of the charters of all lotteries operat tnckyi President Clevelands second term Mr Wallace was appointed Assistant United States District Attorney which position he held for four and a hall years While in this position he served his constituents faithfully and well Asa rule men go out of office less popular than theygonTbe reverse is the rule in his case He was more popular when retired than when he entered the office If nominated and elected Mr Wallace will make an admirable Judge of the Criminal Court IRISH FIELD DAY Discussed Favorably at the Hibernian Meeting Tuesday Night Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held an interesting meeting last Tuesday night President Mike Tynan being in the chair Among the prom inent members present whose absence had been felt at several previous meetings were exPresident Tom Dolan and Lieut Tom Fitzglbbons President Tynan reported the proceedings of the last meeting of the County Board Communications were received from the j Catholic Federation showing that it was now approved by fortyeight Bishops and Archbishops from the Christian Brothers of Dublin Ireland soliciting aid and from the Catholic Business Womans I Club President Tynan announced that in case f the County Board did not decide to have an Irish field day Division 1 would take the matter up and push it to a successful a conclusion State President Thomas Keenan and James Barry both advocated an Irish field day and their remarks were received with applause Thomas Dolan was elected Vice President instead John Riley who declined to serve State Secretary Mceban was among the visitors and through him was received the latest edition of the State and national constitutions A TIME OP GRACE A mission will be given at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on Washington street beginning at the late mesa at 10 oclock on Sunday May 24 and coutinut ing throughout the week dosing on the j evening of Sunday lfay3l The mission will be conducted by the Rev Father Edwin J Drury Services will be held a every morning sad evening Father Drury conducted successful mission at the Church of the Blessedl Sacrament two j years ago and ia not unknown to thescongregation The Rev Fither Daniel OSullivan pastor of the congregation is working hard and will make the coming mission a successfCHANGED HIS RESIDENCE The Right Rev Btebop McCloskey has removal hk episcopal residence from Brookand College streets to the Cathe Aral rectory on Firth street near Walnut Bishop McCloskey has himself assumed the dutiesi of pastor of the Cathedral con gregatioata post which has been vacant since the d bolthe late Moneigaor Boacbet Bishop McCloskey will be wsietdbytre Rev Dr 3orge Sckah- u JRockkevIlulawl x o n it i VERY REV JAMES P CRONIN APPOINTED VICAR GENERAL J JIL i NEW BANNER To Be Purchased for the Catho lie Knights ofAmer- Ica President Reichort Will Offer an Important Amendment- on Mileage Annual Celebration Will be- Held at St Boniface Church Next Month WORK OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Catholic MarysiHall last Friday night witha good attendance President Michael Reichert was in the chair and ten of the seventeen branches were represented by two or more delegates Secretary Martin read the minutes of the last meeting which were approved Pat Holly moved that 100 be expended in purchasing a banner to bead the annual street processions of the Catholic Knights of America Harry Veenemau seconded the motion and made a strong plea therefor Newton G Rogers opposed the motion He said he was not in favor of taking disability funds for any purpose other than they were designed for Mr Veeneman again insisted that the organization should have banner William T Meehan stated that the funds realized from past efforts were only for the disability fundwhich should be kept inviolate After considerable discussion it was decided to pur chase the banner from Benzlger Bros at Cincinnati President Reichert stated that be had laid before the Committee on Laws of the national convention a very important matter on the subject of mileage for delegates He explained bow quite a large number of States sent delegates when the number of Knights they repre sented was very small He hoped to have this matter remedied by taking conjunction Mr Reichert also stated that he would work in the national convention to have the number of assessments held down to certain number His remarks were received with applause It was decided to bold the annual celebration and street procession on the Sunday ia June The branches will all meet at St Marys IIallon Eighth street near Graysoa aud proceed to St Boniface church MSt Boni aces the Catholic Knights of America will hear vespers an appropriate sermon aad will be present at the benediction of the most blessed sacrament- Al F Martin made a report oomph meeting the Sisters of St Aatbpayn Hospital on the care they take of the speclaltOlUl1Ilttee in the near future priat and distribute arnongtheloclmernberaoftke order a directory giving the earrpwandaddraases of all members beioag ilag to bnaeLeaes affiliating with the Central Committee ae Irw betr aead 1 tl- a t4 i j i WHO WILL WIN St Louis CharityAClub Lot to Be Disposed of Next J Wednesday The St Louis Charity Club has arrange- a pleasant time for the Wcmjiera of the Dominican parish ndtIJekfqendsnext Wednesday eveningAt ypO 8t8 clock at Bertrand Hall Sixth street between prizelotI will be disposed of This is the most val uable prize yet offered by any Louisville society Already 500 has been offered the one who may be the lucky winner At a meeting of the club held Tuesday night it was decided to select the judges to conduct the drawing from the city at large and Messrs James J Fitzgerald William M Higgins and Thomas Keenan were chosen and will officiate The stubs of all tickets paid for will be placed in an iron drum aud from this the lucky num ber will be drawn A novel and jolly entertainment will be provided at the same time and several other articles of value will be disposed of One of the features of the entertainment will be the German village in charge of Messrs James Kenealey Joseph Mort horst and Ed Wagner Light refreshments will be served in the German vil lage A large attendance is desired and the general public is invited DESERVES ELECTION Peter Cosgrove Would Wield Influence In Kentucky Legislature Peter J Cosgrove one of the candi dates for the Democratic nomination for the Legislature in the Fortysixth districts a rising young lawyer and an ardent Democrat He was born and raised in the eastern part of the city He made up his mind when quite a youth that he would become a lawyer Young Cos grove graduated from the Louisville Law School with honors He at once secured employment as examiner for the Ken tucky Title Company and a little later associated himself with the law firm of ONeal Phelps Pryor Mr Cosgrove has always found time to work for his Secretaryofmittee and later still when the late Oscar Turner defeated Judge Walter Evans for Congress was Secretary of the Democratic Campaign Committee Peter grovellia young man of sterling worth and ability If he is nom inated and elected tine people of the Second and Third wards will be ably represented He would yield an influ ence in the Legislature that would be of great valne to the Metropolis of the State and well deserves election SMOKER AT SATOLLL Satolli Council Y Ms t lsM arranged to give a big smoker in its hall on Sec and street neat Chestnut pa Monday night The smoker will be in honor of the candidates nor initiation who rare awaiting the organisation of the n wde gree team During the evening brief ad druiii will be made by Grand President Perry Charles F TeyJoc Cowadlmau A otlMrsMheracordiallyLevo c il o tJnn a r FATHER CRONIN Succeeds the Late Monsignor Bouchet as Vicar Generald More Work ThrownUpon theI Shoulders of a Hardwork Ing Priests Native of Kentucky lie is Proud of His Irish Descent WILL REMAIN AT ST It was welcome news indeed when iit was officially announced last Saturday that the Very Rev Father James P Cronin had been appointed to succeed the late Monsignor Bouchet But it was not unexpected Father Cronin has been one of the Vicars General of th diocese almost since his appointment as successor to the late Monsignor Gambon foFatherr And yet not only his own people in St Patricks parish but the people through out the diocese are more than pleased with his selection as an aide to the Bishop He has served the church his Right Rev Bishop and his people faith fully and well May he live long to be honored by the Catholics of this community where he has taken up his lifes workFather Cronin is a native of Kentucky He was born at Frankfort of Irish parents fortyone years ago Both his fatherand mother are still living and re side at Lexington On June 7 of this year Father Cronin will celebrate the eiglhteenth anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood After his ordination he was for number of years engaged on the mission in the rural districts of this diocese When the late Monsignor Gambba then rector of St Patricks church tiled eighteen months ago Father Cronin was in the city He was at once placed temporarily in charge of St Patricks church and a few weeks later was installed as the permanent rector of that congregation A little later he was made Chancellor of the diocese and then as the infirmities of age and bud ness duties were accumulating on Father Bouchet Father Cronin was made Vicar GeneralFrom the moment he took up his abode in St Patrick rectory Father Cronin was admired by the people of the congregation He worked day and night appreciatedundertake and be never left anything to- one of his jaseistanttf that he could do himself After the death of Monsignor Bouchet the great majority of his duties devolved upon rather Cronin Father Cronin accepted these duties gracefully and modestly and u a matter of duty Now cornea the welcome news the will continue formally to act the part of the Vicar Generalia all that iit implies Father Cronin iaa getitlemau of easy and pleating address HelIaICeR fPIdau4l1 u Y a rJ parentage He is proud of his peopl- and his people are prond of him Hi es great virtue is modesty and Fatbe- Cronin would shrink from the new honors thrust upon him were it not for the fact that he has taken the priestly vow of obedience His Bishop has ordered and Father Cronin will obey However in assuming his new duties as Vicar General Father Cronin does not relinquish his position as rector of St Patricks church He will combine the two positions in one and will have hi office in St Patricks rectory at 1305 West Market street It must indeed be a source of pleasure and gratitude to the venerable father and mother of this worthy man of God to see him thus honored and elevated May they live to see him given even higher preferment goldenjubileee founding of St Patricks parish The church records show that the original church or St Patricks chapel as it was then called was located near the site of the present church and that itw opened for the celebration of the holy sacrifice of the mass on September 4 1853 Now that it has been definitely settled that Father Cronin is to remain in charge it is more than probable that the leading men of the parish will at once take steps toward celebrating this golden jubilee in an impressive manner STOLE AWAY Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller Be comes Mrs William H Slaughter Jr William H Slaughter Jr and MissI Elvira Sydnor Miller slipped off to Day ton Ky and were married last Monday afternoon To say that the wedding caused a surprise is putting it mildly Not even the most Intimate friends of the contracting parties had any idea that a wedding was so close at hand Mr Slaughter is one of the most promi nent coal dealers in the city and bis bride Miss Miller that was is one of the most graceful and versatile writers of prose and poetry in Kentucky For several years past she has edited th Tattler column of the Times beside- contributing to several magazines On their return to Louisville Mr and Mrs Slaughter will take up their residence at Mr Slaughters country place near Shawanee Park Mrs Annie Nevjn Cunningham an other brilliant newspaper woman pays this tribute to her former coworker A brilliant member of the press has gone and joined the ranks of Hymen Cupid has shot down the little gods of fame and public opinion and substituted the lares and penates of husband and home The gems that crown her are those of intellect and good heart The merry star of fun twinkled gaily id all that she wrote and the intellectually dys peptic bad no show in her column of the Times isScorner was you find the boys paying her willing homage and the dear girls devouring the juicy plums of gossip she dealt out fresh every day What will they do without her Who can spin the yarns she spunI or send so straight the glistening pun Pointed scintillating diamonds were her weapons not cold steel Into the lives I heregenius alternately broke and blended J streams of light and good cheer that brought smiles and banished care All J these as well as press comrades now wish her unstinted happiness Fame is sweet but love is sweeter and though I friendship is a golden tie yet a noble mantt Is the greatest gift of the CreatorII Still we older girls cant help but tblnkII What a pity it was that Adam was notII created secondII Then Eve could give the marble heart And without host have reckonedII OARDINER GETS DECISION i The decision was awarded George I Gardiner of Lowell Mass over Marvin j Hart of Louisville at the end of the twelfth round in the boxing contest at I the Auditorium last Wednesday night I The contest was to have lasted twenty rounds or to a decision Gardiner showed the finest form all the way through At the close of the twelfth round Hart anI nounced that his right hand had beenJJ broken and that he would have to quit Referee Tim Hurst accordingly awarded the decision to Gardiner The contest was a good one and was in keeping with I all previous bouts pulled off under the- auspices 1 of Col Robert Co Grays Southern Athletic Club The crowd wasC large and was made np of representative business and professional men 1 FIRST HOLY COMMUNION A large class of boys and girls will re i calve their first holy communion at St Mary Magdalens church at the 730 oclock mass on Sunday The Right Reverend Bishop will administer the sacrament of confirmation to the same class at 630 oclock OH Thursday mom i ing These children have been for some time under the careful instruction ofs Rev Father William Gaueepohl and anxiously await both joyful events FALSE REPORT The report circulated and printed in a alptltJaat week to the effect that the DelmoHtl Club had employed a mm union band on U excurstou Lerroneous and autapriUHvely dadedby members of tfe t popular org jMtlp o ft t TRIBUTESr Of Love and Honor Paid to the Bight Reverend Bishop Ghatard YearssAgo and Has Done Yeo man Service Three Days Celebration of the Silver Jubilee of a Very Good Mann LOUISVILLE PEOPLE WERE ON HAND asThe celebration of the silver jubilee of the venerable and beloved Bishop of the diocese of Indianapolis which took place + intereatIfor tapedallyWest in general Bishop Chatard is be loved by every man woman and child who enjoys his acquaintance It was therefore not surprising that the Cardinal a several Archbishops many Bishops hun dreds of priests and thousands of laymen assembled at Indianapolis to do him honorThe honors were worthily bestowed for Bishop Chatard has probably accomplished j more in the twentyfive years of his episcopate than all of his predeces sors Personally the Bishop is one of the most lovable of men as he is likewisealearned Up to a few years ago he was placebuilding Worntout prematurely by hard labor he was forced against his will a few years ago to t seek the aid of a coadjutor and the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue has been his able coworker for some time in the man agement of the rapidly growing diocese toeandsbis brilliant mind is as active as ever While the diocese of Vincennes is not as old as that of Louisville there were Catholics at Vincennes long before the Maryland Catholics settled in Nelson county and at Bardstown In 1701 I according to a recent history written by Hon Henry S Cau thorn former Speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives the French built a log church at Vin cennes This was ninetynine years be fore any other denomination established a church in Indiana Territory In this old church the British forces under Gen Hamilton surrendered the great North west territory to Gen George Rogers Clark on February 24 1779 Catholics were for a long time the only settlers in the Indiana Territory The diocese of Viuccnnes at one time included all of Indiana Illinois and part or Michigan now peopled by millions of Catholics Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard is the fifth Bishop of Vincennes and was consecrated April 12 1878 and in 1898 the style of the diocese was changed from r Vincennes to Indianapolis When he took charge in 1878 there were 117 priests laboring in the diocese seventynine secular and thirtyeight priests of religious orders ministering to 80000 Catholics Today there are 190 priests and an estimated Catholic popula tion of 104495 Twentytwo new schools for boys and girls were opened during the twentyfive years and upward of 15 000 children are receiving solid Catholic training In addition the Sisters of Z Charity established a hospital at Indian apolis the Sisters of St Francis of La fayette ether large ones at Terre Haute and New Albany the Sisters of Mercy at Jeffersonville the Sisters of Providence an industrial school at Indianapolis while the Poor Clares have a large monastery at Evansville all of which bane been established within the past twenty five years Twentyfour new churches were built in the quarter of a century a number of these being new congregation Six new congregations were organized in the city of Indianapolis alone The growth of the diocese has been steady the spiritual growth being commensu rate with the increase of population The feeling between Bishop and clergy is a most harmonious one The celebration of the silver jubilee was begun on Sunday llast when 4000 people assembled in fomlinson Hall the largest Indianapolis The good Bishop whose life has benefited everything with which he came in contact was felicitated by the whole people of the State On this eecation Senator Beveridge was one of the speakers and said among other things III did not come here to say a single word only to pay by my silent presence- a tribute of admiration and respect to 40 that great and good man of whom Indiana is so proud Bishop Francis Silas Chatard of the diocese C Indianapolis The admiration and respect which I feel is no new thing by any means Years ago he captured my affections not by brilliant deed but by that eases scan of unbroken golden dupe and good deeds which alone can win the love and reepect of individuals cruda people There is only one thing more beautifulYnthaa a righteous man and a righteous UfearigateotM people This mm b an example of the one these people life MrNotblagCOKTINUHD OH THIIUJ rvaitj j U- a 4 c NTUCKY aiH AmEizaoAx KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN NN1111LNIINWIIIIN 1 Bevoted to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS iUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Rutered at the LoulHvtlle Iostofflce us SecondGins Matter UdiefsaHCovwaalcaUonstoUie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreen Street TRADES UNION COUNCIl 3t 0 I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 16 1903 z W CATHOLIC WOMENS CLUB At last the Catholic women have organized their club and begun work The officers are elected the club house provided and they have had their opening Like all new movements there were diversity of views much discussion and delay before decisions as to plans were arrived at This but attests real earnestness each believing their idea the best and urging its adop tion Now that these details have been settled the club should get to work in unison and the public give its support and encouragement There is much work for the club i and it is work that only women can do The men realize the necessity for it and can be relied upon to aid in providing the means but the management the real work of the club the women must do or it will not be done All wish the club success in its good work but wishes alone will not accomplish much The clubs future its progress or failure its benefits or otherwise depend upon those who compose and control it United and earnest effort will enlist the co operation and support of the public as well as show results in good accomplished Every Catholic woman should do her part in fur thering the club and Catholic men when called upon should not hesitate to give help and encourage ment But ladies it is your club your business and work and it is up to you as to what its future and results will be i ANOTHER BRITISH PROTEST England seems greatly excited aria anxious about the interests of all civilized powers in Manchuria t because of alleged movements and purposes of Russia As usual her fears are based on selfishness and her allegations prove false After bringing on the ChinaJapan war aiding in the defeat and levying of the indemnity upon China Eng land was disappointed in not being the beneficiary by China borrowing the money from London and giving England territorial collateral there for but instead accepted the loan and gave up Manchuria as security to Russia and France her two most prominent competitors in the Far East Englands efforts to induce other governments to prevent the carrying out of this compact are reremembered newed opposition to its every phase Her alarming prognostications have proven unavailing in enlisting the cooperation of any but Japan and her allegations have not material izedLikewise her llatest appeal to other governments to join in pro test and naval demonstration against Russias latest movement of troops in Manchuria charging that Russia was massing troops occupying ports and towns prepara tory to excluding foreign trade in violation of treaty rights with China The English papers in their effort to arouse Germany state that Japan and the United States approve Englands position and and that in those countries there is a w warlike feeling and preparations against Russian aggression So far as the United States is con cerned we know this is false and as to Japan greatly exaggerated and Its effect upon Germany only to excite ridicule Englands de signs are too well known for her assertions to be accepted and through their ambassadors they learn the truth The other gov asef to the real situation in Manchuria and St Ptterrimrif as welij rl They know what are their treaty rights in Manchuria feel fully able to care for them and will do their own protesting and protecting when necessary dealing with Russia and China rectregard less of and wholly ignoring Eng land whom they seem disposed to allow to look out for herself De spite the alarming reports from London regarding the secret move ments in Manchuria China and Russia have kept all the govern ments fully informed as to Man churian affairs and they all seem to be satisfied except England Yet England continues to falsify those mattersIn Manchuria Russia has furnished troops to cooperate with China in suppressing disorder protecting and rendering safe life and property building railroads opening ports and patrolling the country The movement of Rus sian troops into heretofore unoccu pied and revolutionary sections iis the basis of Englands last outcry Following this comes the official notification of China and Russia to all governments that these sections of Manchuria are again peaceful and open to trade and guarantee ing safety and protection to foreign traffic and travelfulfilling pledges to foreign nations instead of as England charges preparing to violate the pledges and treaty rights by excluding foreign traffic and travelAll foreign governments except England fully Understand the Manchurian situation accept and rely upon their treaties and are preparing to reap the commercial benefits of the opening of that country to trade utterly oblivious of the fact that Russia instead of England is the arbiter and not caring if England does pout and grumble about it England will finally realize that British privileges will not be recognized nor British protection be needed in the com merce of the world in the Far East nor anywhere else but it seemsshe will not realize it till too late after other nations have pushed in gob bled up the trade and shut her out The American Northern Pa cific Railroad Company and the Russian Government are to lay a telegraphic cable from Seattle Wash via Alaska across Bering Strait down the Siberian coast to Russian ports to connect with the Siberian telegraph to St Peters burg This will connect St Peters burg direct with Washington D C and give Russia the United States and all the nations of Europe direct communication with all the world independent of English lines and English supervision About tine for England to make another protest lest the Yankee with the cooperation of Russia and all others will soon be running worldly affairs without London even knowing that anything is going on The brief appointing the Right Rev Monsignor Conaty to the See of Los Angeles Cal has arrive His elevation to the Episcopacy is a well earned and deserved tribute and the Pacific Coast gains by it while in the Tast where he is so well known and beloved and the results of his learning and labors are manifest he will be sorely missed Father County as be will ever be remembered endeared him self to all glasses of people from his pastorate in Springfield Mass to the high position of Rector of the Catholic University afWashington In the investigation of the strike in the anthracite region of Penniyl IJ 1 cI- ry vania nothing was more clearly established than the good behavior and sobriety of the miners It iisI not generally known that this iii t I due to the fact that the great majority of the anthracite minergI are Catholics and teetotalers The Diocese of Scranton in proportion to population shows the larges membership in the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America It many of the parishes men women and children are connected with the total abstinence society The pledge Is renewed annually In the Church of the Holy Saviour Wilkesbarre the first Sunday in May 1200 took the pledge The London financial market was at a standstill with money scarce all the past week because of I the flotation of the Transvaal loan The aggregate was only a few mill ions but the Britishers scraped up and held on tightly to every penny to gobble up those bonds lest the Americans or other foreigners take them The Pharisees are not all dead yet In an Indiana town election the issue between the rival candi dates was the permitting or pro hibiting the pitching of quoits on Sunday i society ggI rJ Mrs John Coleman entertained at an informal luncheon on Tuesday Miss Katie Sheehan has returned from an enjoyable visit with relatives at Sam uels Hal Hamilton spent last Sunday as the guest of Miss Pearl Haviland at Bards town Miss Mary Dell Murphy of Louisville is the guest of Miss Edna Talbott at Bardstown Miss Theo Nelson of Winchester has been here visiting her sister Mrs Ken nedy Helm Miss Marie Walsh of St Louis has been the guest of Mrs Emily Gilmore 410 Belgravia Joseph T Rivers and wife spent last Sunday with the family of William Cbarlton at Anchorage Next Wednesday the marriage of Miss Rita Brown and James Riley will be solemnized at the Cathedral Miss Etta Thompson of Elizabeth town who has been visiting Miss Agnes McGinn has returned home Miss Anita Muldoon returned home this week after a delightful visit with Mrs George Berry at Frankfort John Monahan who has been attend ing Georgetown University near Wash ington D C will return home today Misses Leonora and Mary Bowman are home from Danville after an enjoyable visit with Miss Mamie Hite Rowland John Seiberz and Will Meagher will leave tomoriow for a weeks fishing trip in the neighborhood of Lawrenceburg Misses Alice Dally and Georgia Martin are home from Franklin where they were the guests of Mrs T S Adamson Miss Anna Clary who has been visit- Ing relatives in Ohio and Indiana has returned to her home 1136 First street Miss Kate Nolan of Jeffersonville left last week for Elizabethtown Harrison county where she will remain until next fall Misses Rebecca Johnson and Irma Labrot have returned to Frankfort after spending a week with friends in this city Mr and Mrs James P Thomas have returned from Hartford where they went last week to visit Mr Thomas parents Misses Agnes McGinn and Anastasia Walsh are spending a few weeks in Bardstown Kyand at Nazareth Academy Miss Minnie Moore has returned to her home at Elizabethtown after a delightful visit to Mrs Robert McCann in South Louisville Miss Rose McPhillips who has been visiting Miss Anna Malone in the Highlands has returned to her home at Birmingham Ala After a pleasant visit with his aunt Mrs Nellie Neighbors South Louisville Edward McDermott has returned to his home in Cincinnati Mrs Jonathan Rogers and her charm lag daughter Miss Grace of Coleabnrg spent avery pleasant week with Miss Winnie Larkin in Portland Dr C F Melton returned yesterday from Maysville where be had been attending the Red Mens convention as a delegate from the Sioux TribeIThe many friends of Charlie Duane i will be glad to hear that he has entirely reoovered from the sudden attack of Hines he had last Tuesday morning Cheater A Lib and Miss Mamie Jollj Nnt welt known young people of New Albany were united In marriage Sunday evening by Rev Father John Kelly o c r t rector of Holy Trinity church The news was a pleasant surprise to many of their friends thesmarriage by Rev Father Buckman of Miss Ernestine Greenwell and Hands burg Vittitoe a welt known and highly esteemed young couple of Nelsonville IMr and Mrs Charles L Crush gave a blondstnight Appelto of Lexington Mrs John Ouerbacker Jr and G Wallace Embry Mrs Sam J Bant and children arrive this week and will make Louisville their future home Mr Daut is Treasurer of the Taylor Williams Company re- incorporatedcently with headquarters iip this city Charles Dietz and his amiable wife of 1030 East St Catherine street were married twentyfive years ago last Saturday and their friends have been showering them with congratulations during the past week Peter McClnslty owner of several gold silver and copper mines near Gregory Montana is in the city paying a visit to his brother Michael J McClusky iat 1708 Brook street This is Mr McCluskys first visit to Louisville iin eighteen years i The Nonpareil Club gave its opening dance of the season at Fountain Perry Park last Wednesday night It was a success socially and financially The Nonpareil Club will continue this series of dances every Wednesday evening dur ing the summer Misses Alice and Louise Griffin two pretty and popular Frankfort girls were this week the guests of their uncle Charles J Cronan the well known drug gist at Twelfth and Zane streets The fair visitors were the recipients of much social attention as they have many ad mirers in Louisville The many friends of Mrs Jacob Hoertz of 1310 Floyd street are gratified to hear that she has recovered from a long and painful illness Mrs Hoert has long been one of the foremost workers for the Church of St Mary Magdalen and her absence from church work has been greatly felt Mr and Mrs Edward Murphy are re ceiving congratulations from their many friends on the thirteenth anniversary of their marriage Mr Murphy is a popular young man and is a son of Philip Murphy the popular chief porter of the Gatt House Mrs Murphy before her mar riage was a Miss Louise Hems daughter of a popular butcher of Frankfort now deceased t Cupid has been busy in Marion county Last week at Holy Cross Constantine Hagan and Miss Roxy Grant and Franklin Green and Miss Maggie Brothers joined their lives in marriage On Friday at Raywick Rev Father Zoeller united in marriage Thomas A Whitfield and and Miss Mary Edith Dant The young couple are members of two of the best families of Marion county the groom being the son of Joe Whitfield and the bride the pretty and accomplished daugh ter of James R pant The announcement is also made of the union of George Neville of Columbia Tenn and Miss Catherine Miller whose nuptials were solemnized by Very Rev Father Hogarty FORMAL OPENING General Good Time Was Had at the New No 6 Engine House The new and handsome No C engine house on the site of the old one at Twentyfifth and Portland avenue was formally opened last Monday night with music refreshments and flowers The members of the company did the honors lathe way of entertaining their lady and entitmen friends The new fire house was tastefully decorated Quite a number of handsome presents were donated- to the company by neighbors and friends The members of the company are Captain John Tully Edward Connolly Pat Kilgariff Joe Isaacs Dominic Dempsey George Booth and Pat Carroll Capt Tully and his men were kept busy entertaining their guests and showing them through the house A number of ladies wing in the neighborhood presented the company with a handsome bookcase and- a hall settee Jacob Schreiber presented ai nice cut glass water set and C R Aulsebrook and Phil Eicher presented two immense cakes There was plenty- of good things to eat and drink George lohrssen Superintendent of the National Biscuit Company presided over the efresbwenta and saw that everyone had an abundance Among the prominent guests were Chief Filmore Tyson Councilmen Al S Smith George Butler James A Hand Herman C Christian and A J Bizot Judge Shackelford Miller John R flanz Samuel B Kirby Joseph Huf faker Walter P Lincoln Roger Nohalty William J Semonin Michael Sheehan and others Music was furnished by Jcallya band and the young folks danced for several hours on the second floor of the new engine house Each lady visitor was presented with a handsome floral souvenir The new house reflects great credit up on Mr Erhatt the architect andupon Jacob Hoertz who did the brick work The new home of Engine Company No G is a great improvement over the old one which had stood on the same site for twentysix years Since the house was originally built eleven new fire en ines have been put into commisaion Capt Tully and his boys are justly proud of their new and handsome home CATHOLIC KENS MEETINO A meeting of all the subcommittees of the various hetlinthe city will beheld in St FraHcV Hall in the basement the Cathedral Sunday sight It U expected that each of these subcommit o eI 11 I S SAMUEL B KIRBY I I 1 orrninAzr FOR I I II1 f I I I III I ISUBJECT TO ACTION OF TIlE DEMOCRATIC PARTYI I I MlMbMMMMGMM Me1MMMbM tees will make a report on the progress made in soliciting funds for the erection of a Catholic mens central hall gym nasium and swimming pool A full attendance is desire- dRECENTI DEATHS John Lynch well known in the West End died at his home 1828 High street Thursday morning The funeral takes place from St Patricks church at 10 oclock Sunday morning George Edward Strong the elght year old son of Robert E and Geraldine Strong died at the family residence 1703 William avenue Thursday morning The fuueral took place from St Brigidi church at 0 oclock this morning The funeral of Mrs Anna M Zook who died Friday night took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption at 0i oclock Monday morning The deceased was the widdow of Henry E Zook and was noted for her many traits of piety and deeds of charity Mrs Catherine Moore widow of the late James Moore and mother of Thomas and James Moore deceased and of MrsI Mike Hickey died at the family residence 1450 High street Thursday morn ing The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock this morning Mrs Euphemia M Aulenbrock aged eighty years died at the family residence 321 East Broadway early Tuesday morning The funeral took place from St Boniface church at 9 oclock Friday morning and the interment was in St Michaels cemetery The deceased was the widow of the late Joseph Aulenbrock and was well known and highly respected in the East End It was with deep regret that the dbm munity heard of the death of John J Brennan which occured at the home of his fatherinlaw George Russell Tues day night The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Friday morning Mr Brennan leaves a wife formerly Miss Hannah Russell Mr Brennan was a well known traveling man He had been ill for several mouths Miss Josie Schuh aged fortytwo years died at the residence of her sister Mrs George Graham 1411 Everett ave nue on Monday Miss SchuU lied been engaged as a florist for many years and was well and favorably known in the community The funeral took place from St Brigids church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Fathers Ratio and Murphy assisting Father Connolly at the solemn requiem mass Miss Bertha Heffernan the seventeen yearolddaughter of Deputy Sheriff Den nis J Heffernan died at the family resi dence 2215 West Chestnut street on Friday of last week The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeos church at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon Miss Heffernan was a lovely girl just budding into womanhood when she was attacked by typhoid fever This superinduced an aggravated disease of the heart from which she had previously suffered Her father and the other members of the family have the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement The services over her remain were held Sun day afternoon at St Charles church Rev Father Raffo officiating The edi fice was thronged with sorrowing friends and relatives of the deceased who was tenderly laid to rest in St Louis ceme tery Mrs Joanna OSullivau died at 4 oclock Tuesday morning at the Sacred Heart Home 222 East College street where she had lived during the last four years Mrs OSullivan was born in the County Cork Ireland eightytwo years ago but had lived in Kentucky nearly sixty years During the greater part of this time Dbg lived at Bowling Green but moved to Louisville about twenty years ago She leaves two children Daniel E OSullivan the well known newspaper man and Miss Mary OSullivan a teacher In the Second ward school The remains were sent to Bowling Green on Wednesday for interment Mrs OSul livan was an Irish woman of the highest type Her heart was always in the right place She was a great reader and was well informed on current events She passed the slotted three score and ten by two years and died full of honor and at peace with her God ST CECILIAS CHURCH The Rev Father PhelanCP con ducted a retreat the put week for the Young Ladies Sodality and the girls of St Cecilia There was mass at 630 and 7 sviri andservtceat 730pm with sermons tech dayi The retreat was iiii P J COSGROVECANDIDATE FOR THE LEGISLATURE46th Legislative District SECOND AND THIRD WARDS Stcttojeot to Aotlc ML of DDGrxiooratlo Portv WALTER P LINCOLN OANDIDAr FOR JUDGECommon Pleas Branch2d Division JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT Subject to Acton of the Democratic Party zOCppp LxDee BAX II- II Funeral Director and Embalmer XE EPIJONE mt3OO I Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST lJoKKeeJll 9arue BEST IS Pel1llal1fhipShor7 m an o y eulrilfny TeJtgraghys NAfatouejoufsvileXy 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 open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President STATIONERS PRINTERSBINDERS BOOKSELLERS The Bradley Gilbert CO INCORPORATED Blank Book Paper Box Manufacturers Representative of the Hammond typewriter for Kentucky typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc for all Machines Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY JOHN IS FRANK or 1 WALTERS 1 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOON THE eIJUeII biib In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR l B H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK J AgentCManagerWwell attended and the results gratifying About fifty boys and girls will receive their first holy communion at the 7 oclock mass and be confirmed at 10 oclock on the first Sunday in Jane NORA1LROAD WANTED Aa effort is being madeto run the 0called Belt Line railroad up Magazine street Quite a number of people owti f little homes along this thoroughfare and to transform it into a railroad yard would ruin their property Louisville has plenty of railroad terminals and facilities renderingitthat the members of the General Council will see their way clear toward stopping such a movement lUlCwhen a u t C 1 r Tr I2rlTTIIOI Y XRXSH AMI3iRI0A1 Tr John T Murphyp r CANDY MANUFACTURER AN- DWHOLESALE JOBBER IN Picnic Novelties Sweet and Salted Peanuts Manufacturer of the FAMOUS BASE BALL POP CORN PACKAGE I HOME PHONBsfiJ 1227 ILI3IZOADVA Y BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE NO 259 Fourth A- veSJ QA1M3JS General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O Illinois Central Aailroa VERY LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAAnd t ONLY LINE running through- personally conducted Excursion- Sleepers to California Now Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or address F W Harlow D P A Louisville JINE TRAINS TTO FLORIDA FLORIDA LIMITED CHICAGO AND FLORIDA SPECIAL Superb Pullman Service without change from Chicago Indianapolis Cincin nati and Louisville to JacksonvilleII and Stfr Augustine VIA Southern Railway andd Queen Crescent Route These trains are the finest and fastest id the South and carry dining cars observation cars drawingroom sleepers com partment cars and club cars For hand somely illustrated literature descriptive of Florida and Cuban resorts folders etc address any agent of the Southern Rail way or C C Stewart Trav Pass Agent Lexington C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louts H B Spencer Genl Manager St Louis LOW RATES TO California Washington Oregon Idaho Montana and Utah PI- ABliftOllrROlltO One Way Colonist Tickets at very low rates on sale daily until June 15th 1903 farticulars Agents Dig Four Route or address the undersignedWARREN J LYNCH Genl Pass and Ticket Agent W P DEPPE Asst Genl Pass and Ticket Agent Cincinnati O S J Dates General Agent Louisville Ky BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requiring about half feed of other chickens They layabout ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1333 eggs 1900 ten hen 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 d UIl208sMay 181 June 18- 0Fm mi MOWN LEGHORN ROOSTER A year old for sale I have one too many and dont want to kill ny1 Come and git ore lot 100 IACoUKS am at XaYler Btret- q xf IRISH 8OIETYDIRECTORY j AVO IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Mike Tynan Vice PresidentJohn Riley Recording Secretary Mark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank Hrec- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J FordIVice PresidentJames Welch Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranPinanciaiSecretaryJohn T Keanev 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515l West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney PresidentFrank Hogan Vice President Frank Lynch SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice President Louis W Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAnd Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder S13E W IHAjfelCEJT ST Telephone Main 1189 C THOMPSON FLORIST0 ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed BOOKKEEPING TttgttuiiifixporUutncUss 15 Ho CUTE foi Bcoii WIL T8TOAH rXPIST AC0171t Alt 172 forth ATI NEWPORT ITEMS The Campbell County Fedor atlon Elects Delegates to Convention The Campbell County Federation met last Sunday in the Y M r Hall and elected D C Witte and Thomas J Con nolly prominent in Newport Catholic affairs delegates to Pie convention to be held in June at Louisville for the purpose of forming a State Federation About 1000 is the strength of this County Federation at the present moment The county districts have not been organized and one of the largest parishes has so far held aloof from the movement Lafayette Council Y M I has appointed a committee to make arrange ments for a moonlight excursion on the Island Queen to be jointly given by all the local councils The fifth annual memorial exercises of Lafayette Council will occuron May 24 at St Stephens cemetery The eleventh annual basket picnic of Lafayette Council is being arranged for It will take place July 4 at Glen Park on the Chespeake Ohio railroad DEATH OF MISS LENNON The announcement last week of the death of Miss Annie Lennon thrilled the hearts of St Louts Bertranda parish with sincere regret and threw a pall of deepest sorrow overthe home circle and her host of admiring friends Miss Lennon was a woman of rare loveliness of character Cheerful and happyfaced always she was like a bright sunbeam emitting rays of light and warmth everywhere Gentle and refined in manner with cultivated taste for the beautiful she was an agreeable companion and charming friend a positive delight to all who had the pleasure of knowing her Our Blessed Mother td whom Miss Lennon was especially devoted seemed to Show her special favor by taking her to her reward just as her own lovely tenth was opening and from her beautiful life we feel that her last May with Wlbroughtbertothe eternal ens brace of the Sacred Heat oar sweet ti REV BISHOP FRANCIS SILAS CHATARD IIRIGHT couBTttr or THE IVININO nun s s x s4 x x3 o o Friend Supreme to whom she had given her whole heart with its best love as His devoted spouse though not cloistered The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Monday morning with a solemn high mass of requiem and the large attendance bore kindly evidence of the high esteem in which Miss Lennon was held Rev Father McFeely O P delivered an eloquent and touching eulogy which was well merited and Rev Father OMahoney O P occupieda place fin the sanctuary during the service evidencing that he was much affected He also accompanied the remains to the cemetery with Rev Fathers Fowler and DunnShe thus diffused the sweet fragrance of chastitys loveliness over the lives of others holding aloft the shining light of examples genial ray in that sweet but rare flower of heavenly beautythe un cloistered virgin sacrificed on the altar of dutyDeceased was a sister of Miss Josephine Lennon and Mrs John Sullivan of this city and Mrs Lee of Terre Haute Ind Bright as a star is the record we hold In heaven she enjoys her hundredfold BIG PICNIC To Be Given Next Month Is Occupying the Attention of Mockin Council The forthcoming picnic was the great topic of discussion at the meeting of Mackin Council last Tuesday night In the absence of President Frank Murphy First Vice President Louis Borntraeger occupied the chair Three applications for membership were received and re ferred to committees The Picnic Committee reported prog ress along all lutes The annual picnic ot Mackin Council will be given at Fern Grove on June 9 The committee has arranged to have two boats convey the members of Mackin Council and their friends to the picnic grounds The morn ing boat will leave the foot of First street at 8 oclock and the afternoon boat at 1 oclock A band of music will be aboard both boats so that the young folks can dance going to and coming from the picnic No charge will be mude for dancing either on the boats or at the grove The committee also reported that more amusements would be furnished at the grounds than ever before The report of the committtee was approved and the committee was instructed to continue its good work LATONA DRAMATIC CLUB The Latona Dramatic Club will give a prize euchre and dance at Liederkranz Hall corner Sixth and Walnut streets on Tuesday evening May 20 Two hand some prizes will be awarded to the ladles cashing the greatest number of tickets The entertainment will be given for a worthy cause VALUABLE CROZIER A Bishops crozier was recently un earthed in a church yard at Alcester in Warwickshire England which had been buried since the thirteenth century It was sold to the British Museum at SOO- The money will be used fa making im provements in the parish church FOR A WORTHY CAUSE The Pauline Dramatic Club will pro duceitA Noble Outcast at Macauleys Theater on Wednesday evening May 27 The company Is made up of some of the beet amateurs iu the city The funds will be devoted toa worthyandchartt able purpose What game are baggagemasters meet like ClMdctin o 0- d T 0 TRIBUTES CONTINUED PROM FIRST PAOltJ and so I can not help but remember that this flower of churchly chivalry is not himself an accident He comes direct from those old heroes of the faith The name of Father Marquette who opened the heart of this great continent is dear not alone to Catholicsjbut to Americans of every creed On Tuesday the religious services took place in St Johns church The following church dignitaries were present Monsignors T P Thorpe of Cleveland John B Murray of Cincinnati Delis OConnell of Washington D C Abbots Athanasius Scnmltt O S B of St Melnards Edmund Obrecht O C R of Gethsemani Innocent Wolf of AtchisonBIshops Muldoon of Chicago OCon nor of Newark Alerding of Ft Wayne OReilly of Peoria Moeller of Colum bus Keilley of Savanab ODonaghue of Indianapolis Fitz Maurice of Erie Hobatr of Scranton McDonnell of Brooklyn Horstman of Cleveland Cot ter of Winona Minn Foley of Detroit Janssen of Belleville III Burke of St Joseph Macs of Covington Richter of Grand Rapids Spalding of Peoria Montes de Oca of Mexico McQuald of Rochester McCloskey of Louisville Archbishops Quigley of Chicago with his Chaplain Rev F A Roell Parley of New York with his Chaplain Rev J B Kelly Keane of Dubuque with his Chaplain Rev V A Schnells Riordan of San Francisca with his Chaplain J P OConnell Ireland of St Paul with his Chaplain Rev P H Rowan Elder of Cincinnati with his Chaplains Revs J P Ryes and P Basil Huesler Cardinal James Gibbons of Baltimore aud Bishop Chatard About three hundred priests were in attendanceBishop and Dr Chatard are old friends and college mates and there fore the venerable Bishop of Louisville was given the place of honor among all the Bishops who attended the cere moniesBishop Chatard was educated at Mount St Marys College Maryland whence he was graduated in June 1853 He then devoted himself to the study of medi cine in the office of an eminent practi tioner of Baltimore He also attended the lectures in the University of Mary land He resided one year as a student in the Baltimore Infirmary attached to the university and one year in the alms house hospital as one of the resident physiciansIn his thoughts turned toward the church and he resolved to study for the ministry Archbishop Kenrick accepted him as one of his students and procured for him a place in the Urban the Propaganda in Rome Here here mained six years going through the whole of the philosophical and theolog Ical courses in the latter of which he stood his examination and received the degree of doctor of divinity in the Church of the Urban College in August 18G3 Bishop Chatard is a delightful conver rationalist and is a writer of pure and forceful English He has written several books and was until lately a regular contributor to some of the leading waga zlnesRev Father John B Kelly of New Albany and Rev Father OCounell of Jeffersonville were among the prominent priests present from Southern Indiana Cardinal Gibbons was given a public reception at Indlana IiB during the cele oration All agreed that the event was the most notable one that has ever taken place In the West at a Bishops jubilee and Bishop Chatard deserved It aU and goodhepherd Kentuckyleof the celebration were the Rev P M J Rock Rev Caarle PRaffo Rev George A Weiss Rev Leo Greallch and the Right Rev Bishop kcClotkey all of Lynchof1IOI1o Ojvington w IN SESSION Supremo Council of Catholic Knights of America Meets in St Louis Important Changes Made in the Laws of the Order States That Have Less Titan Fifty Members WillI Be Grouped Hereafter VISITORS WELL ENTERTAINED The fourteenth biennial session of the Supreme Couucil of the Catholic Knights of America began at St Louis under favorable auspices last Tuesday morning The delegates headed by a brass band paraded from their headquarters to St Patricks church at 9 oclock The dele gates were escorted by a large number of St Louis members of the order Terence Martin acted as Grand Marshal Pontifi cal high mass was celebrated by the Right Rev J J Glennon D D co adjutor Bishop of St Louis An eloquent sermon was preached by the Rev B Lemkes in Manchester who Is a mem ber of the order An excellent choir furnished the music during the mass After the mass the Supreme Council convened in the convention hall of the Southern Hotel The decorations were elegant The delegates were welcomed by Mayor Rolla Wells Bishop Glennon seconded the address of welcome to which Supreme President OConnor ably responded The convention was then formerly opened with prayer by Bishop Glennon After the appointment of the Committee on Credentials the convention adjourned until 9 a m Wednesday The Rev Father J H Black of Portland Oregon closed with prayer During the afternoon the delegates escorted by the local committee were given a trolly ride to the Worlds Fair grounds They were welcomed to the grounds by Hon W D Francis President of the Worlds Fair Commissioners Supreme Delegate Fitz gerald of Memphis made an eloquent reply An elaborate lunch was served on the grounds The convention was called to order promptly at 9 oclock on Wednesday morning It was resolved that in future the Supreme Council should meet at whatever place it saw fit instead of at the headquarters as in the present case A new rate providing for a 250 benefit certificate the lowestwas adopted present rate being for 500 Another important amendment tothe laws was made on the suggestion of Michael Reichert one of of Kentuckys Supreme delegates It provides that States and Territories must have at least fifty members in order to have a delegate to the Supreme Councils groupedIby the Supreme President with approval of the majority of Supreme Trustee Attempts to have the age limit for men reduced to forty and age limit of women increased to fortyfive was defeated The present age limit for women is forty Suspended members will hereafter have sixty days within which to be reinstated instead of the present limit of thirty Additional pages are to be added to the Journal the official organ when the su preme officers semiannual reports are to ibe published O Thursday the oW sge GUbiUty J JOE PRYOR CANDIDATB FOR Judge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Party r LENZl l CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR37th From Shelby to Fifth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 1903 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1903 JJAS ijOCONNORij ij CANDIDATE FO- RLEGISLATUREl I L FIFTIETH DISTRICT TENTH WARD Subject to the Action of the Demo cratic Primary May 26 1903 ptoeiix Jilli park Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings Socials greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contractsSpring I Styles have arrived In Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas fund taking all over twentyfour assess ments out of the cinking fund holding of quadrennial instead of biennial Supreme sessions were taken up and disposed of On Thursday afternoon the visiting delegates were given a boat ride down the Mississippi by the local com mittee An elegant banquet was spread aboard the boat The convention will not adjourn until some time today BIG BATCH Of Candidates Are to Become Members of Dlvls ion 4 A big meeting of Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians was held Wednes day night with President John Hennessy in the chair Secretary Callahan was at his desk after an absence of four weeks on account of illness Applications for membership were received from Law rence Meaney Pat Kenney William Dooley Louis Dugan John Doughan Peter Mallon and Pat Dwan It was an nounced that the next initiation would take place on Sunday May 31 The Visiting Committee reported that Thomas Devenny and Nicholas Smith who had been 111were much improved iu health Edward Queeny John Con onIIthe cause but who had been unavoidably absent during several meetings past were given an ovation Pat Glenn and Frank Luckert were elected to membership Ed J Dalton who had been ill several weeks has now recovered but declined to accept any sick benefits from the division His action was received with a vote of thanks Before adjourning State Secretary Meehan gave the members of the division some very wholesome and timely advice APPRECIATED Mr and Mrs Dennis J Heffernan through the Kentucky Irish American desire to return thanks to Rev Charles P Raffo the pallbearers and the many thoughtful friends who sent flowers and in other ways showed their sympathy and good will at the funeral of their daughter MiMJhUry BwtlM Heffem J THIS LITTLE BANK Will RemindYou To Save And youll put into it small amounts that you WOULD NOT take around and deposit in a bank In this way you may start a SAVINGS ACCOUNT and KEEP IT GOING We take these little deposits and pay you 3 COMPOUNDI Ky Title- Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p m W H PAINE Tin Slate and Iron RoofingAL- SO TIN SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK Dealer in Stoves Tinware Hardware etc Repairer of Hot Air Furnaces HOHD PHONE Sooj 1453 18lh Street Bet Broadway and Maple rflfR M ANDRWI 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street FOR X3EJST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out Ge J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 STEWART BROTHERS 4 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERSl BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given oUr personal and prompt attentions V fj N1UOKY IRISH AMERIOAN ZT JJ WATHENSI- ce Cream Cakes Charlotte Russe and Wine Jellies Are the Best and His Prices the Uowest Try Them Homo Te1ep11orae SOJI144 629 EIGHTH STREET o oo oo= c c eeeee- ii GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND MEETI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second S VVGVVFINE CHINA FREE WITH 0 0 MOTHERS0A i BREADY76 A MOTHERSS7BREAD V V lVVVV t1VVV iVV fVVVVVV ENDS SPENCER PeopleAeauntand Expert For Business Good Employment and Succoi Jt CALL On WRITS FOR rUlt INFORMATION f MonNitlMMlBMt MAIN STREETS SIXTH AND BusiliessLOUI College g DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS o Doiionerto Keenan NANOI UNDERTAKERS U 1225 West Market tBt Twelfth and thirteenth 1m 2402nnTIPiLPiPFIO1 IIi All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car riages Furnished for All Occasions Iml D Dougherty Telephone SQ92Z r fRfNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPOITED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY +1 mntatmII IIH 1 ll Int IH 1 HHH tHHH11 n1H Jut I I lIHi- E HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 4 CT S AEEETTJFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER SS8 EAST MAIN STREET j With the I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband underthesame firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN j BARRETT Ju1 1 I+I H l+IHl I HulHlnlI l I lJu1 iI I H 311HHIlpI I I 1 I i DRINK Hofbrau Piisener1 Beern BREWED BY 4 SENN ACKERMANQ J31d3lwXG CO 1 rti ANYeTN- OQJltPpRAorED r LEPHONE 4sa 740uni yux f CYi NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB INCORPORATED SPRING MEETING Gentlemens Cup Race Today Juvenile Stakes Monday Two Days More Racing to Tuesday May 19 1903 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Cork defeated Clare in the finals for the hurling championship by one goal four points At Brighton two children Florence and Annie West were suffocated by the fire that followed the upsetting of an oil lampDan Condon the well known Irish jockey attached to Michael Dawson stable was killed in an accident at the CurraghWilliam Burkea laborer dropped dead near Killorglin while in the act of driving home his donkey He leaves i8 widow and several children The people in the West of Ireland ore congratulating themselves over the fac that a new bacon house or packing hous is to be established at Swinford Patrick F Walshe and John OBrien two of the defendants in the conspiracy cases at Tallow bane been evicted These evictions caused great excitement among the people The beautiful residence of Dunkerrot house near Kenmare was totally de stroyed by fire the only occupants wen the cook and housemaid who narrowly escaped with their lives Quite a number of young men and women between the ages of eighteen and twentysix have left Castleisland distric jen route for America The parting scene between the emigrants and their relative were heartrending James Gray Chairman of the Great Northern railway of Ireland died reo Gently at his residence in County Armagh He was seventy years of age and was regarded as one of the ablest railway men in either Ireland or Eng landIrish merchants and English capitalist ate organizing a syndicate for the pur pose of transforming some of the closed down corn mills in Waterford into menu factories Boots linen cotton and woolen wear will be the principal articles of manufacture While cutting down a tree on a hillside at Ballrafter County Cork James Staple ton and John Lynch were buried beneath a landslide Stapleton was killed in stantly Lynch was badly hurt but hon the road to recovery Both were hard working and popular young men The funeral of Mrs Lane wife of Joseph Lane which was held recently from St Patricks church Bandon was largely attended The remains were in terred in the graveyard attached to Kil brogan church Several hundred of the most prominent men in Cork attended the funeral Rev Father Kavanagh of Limerick the gifted 98 historian will in the neat future deliver a lecture at Dungarvan for the purpose of aiding its people in then effortsto secure funds for the erection ol a suitable memorial to their fearless and patriotic townsman who was hanged at the old market house in 1709 The Danish Government has rewarded Denis Collins of Kinsale by sending him a silver cup for his bravery in rescu ing three sailors from the Danish ship August which was wrecked in Nohoval cove on Jauuary 16 Collins saw the wrecked vessel and venturing into the surf carried the three men ashore one at a time William Carroll John Stapleton Mich ael Delaney and Daniel Devanny all prominent Irish Nationalists of Temple more were recently presented for an examining trial before Magistrates Dease and Hackett on the charge of assaulting the police while in the discharge of their duty at Kille Devanny was dismissed and the other three were held for trial EUTERPE CLUBS DANCE The Euterpe Club will give its second select dance of the season at Fountain Ferry Park Tuesday evening Juue 2- Music will be furnished by the Louisville Military Band The following com mittee has the arrangements for the dance F Peake Joseph N Graf Joseph P Sibler John A Amshoff Edward Schmitt A Gensheimer H G Probst George Scholl William Mpser A A Hammer Louis Gleianer J A Hammer Ben Wilms WEvans and Louis Haas A pleasant evening is assured all who attend TWO NEW COUNCILS The Young Mens institute is rapidly increasing Tomorrow a sew council will be organizedi at Youngstown O Daring the Week another new council will be organized at North Vernon Ind Several Loutavulle utbers of the order will probably take part at both function LADIES TO ENTERTAIN Tb Young Ladies Auxiliary ofTrinity Council Young Mens Salt tt1Vi1I entertain with a dance at Fountain Jeny Park on the evening of Tuesday May 28 Their function fa always enjoyable tlc KIRBY FORJUDGE POS808808 Thorough KnoVl edge of the Law and Good Judgment Hon Samuel B Kirby a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery Di vision No 1 has lived in this city all his life and needs no introduction to a Louis vine constituency As Edward Fitzpatrick vjrote of Mr Kirby recently in the TimesHewas educated in Louisville schools and colleges and all his Interests and ambitions center here He is essen tially a man of the people and for the people In the highest sense of the ex pression he is a model citizen a clean pure upright and conscientious gentleman tI Mr Kirby has long since distinguished himself as a lawyer He never loses bit head When his cause is defeated he sub mits gracefully and takes bis medicine like a man Qnfy a few years ago he made the race for nomination for Judge of the Criminal Court against Henry S Barker Mr Kirby was defeated by a small vote Instead of sulking in his tent he came out andworked for Judge Barker and the entire ticket Two years ago Mr Kirby was nominated and elected County Attorney a position which he now holds He has ably administered the affairs of that office and his friends desire to show a further appreciation of him by moving him a step higher Rest assured that if Samuel B Kirby is nominated and elected Judge of the Chancery Division he will bring to that office a thorough knowledge of the law a desire to do right and a cool calm judg ment THREE DAYS OP PACING Only three more days of racing at Churchill Downs The great event today will be the running of the Frank Fehr Stakes 1000 added The distance is one mile Quite a number of good three yearolds and upward are entered in this race On Monday the Juvenile Stakes will be the big card This is a sweep stake for twoyear olds 1000 added On Tuesday the last day of the races the Kentucky Oaks to the value of 3000 will be the big event In this will be entered a number of crack three year old fillies All in all the races this year under the auspices of the New Louis yule Jockey Club have been the best in years BETTER THAN WALKING There was a well circulated rumor in Limerick during the past week to the effect that Grover Cleveland the barber and Andy Meagher the railroad man had made big winnings at the race track last Saturday but after a little detective work on the pastef some of their friends it was found that after the days plunging the two sports had their choice between walking home or riding on the front of a switch engine They both have con fessed that they were glad to take the latter choice MUSICIANS Tom Scally the well known musician and band leader will leave for Indianap oils on Monday as a delegate front the local Musicians Union to the American Federation of Musicians which meets Jn national convention there on Tuesday The First Regiment Band has now be come a memberrof the union This leaves only Webrleys and Schillings bands out of the union- EXCURSION TO JASPER The Knights el St John have an nounced that they will give an excursion to Jasper Tad acid return on Sunday July 36 These excursions of the Knights of St John are always enjoyable and all who attend are aoeured a good time in advance c GRAND OUT MOTOWN EXCURSION Sunday Nay 17 Big Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves EevtBtb8trect Uuiini depot at 7 oclock a ra Returning traln arrives at Louis vllle at 1140 pm Bxtremely low round trip rates aa follows RuhvilleSq1 JClIlht8t0wliilIi An4ersou 125 Alex Ddriaii1LkriouJt Tick taon- isle at city omceI rourth avenue and t depot S Jv Gates Gwtenat Agent 00- o j HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doin the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A new division of the order was reo cently instituted at Olneyville R I The Providence Visitor reports gret gains for the order throughout RhOde IslandFortyfive candidates were initiated Iat thelast meeting of Division iof Mi waukeeIdaho has at last a division of the order A division was instituted in Wallace recently The divisions of Syracuse and adjacent towns have decided to hold a union outing this year- Division 37 of Boston has appointed committees to arrange for the annual picnic and celebration of Labor day Among a class of sixty recently initiated at South Bend Ind were the Mayor and nineteen other city officials Division 6 of Buffalo is doing remarkable work During the last four or five months it has doubled its membership Ladies Auxiliary of Division 1 of Worcester Mass will hold a memorial festi val in Hibernian Hall on May 28 and 29 Providence Hibernians hope to mak it a day worth remembering when they attend holy communion in a body at tbe CathedralConnecticut Hibernians have commenced preparations for their State parade which takes place at Hartford on August 19 The military spirit is growing in Buffalo Members of Divisions 6 and 7 are now considering the organization of anew company Division 8 of Baltimore will entertaii its friends with a progressive euchre next week the proceeds of which will go to swell the sick benefit fund At the County Board quarterly meeting held this week at Syracuse an increase of 250 in the membership during the past three months was reported Division 1 of Dayton Ohio will cele brate its twentyfifth anniversary on June 25 Of the original charter roll but five remain three of whom are John OCon nor Edward J Ryder and Charles P Sweetraan On Sunday May 24 the members of the various divisions of Springfield Ohio will receive tcoly communion at St Raphaels church in accordance with the annual custom of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 1 of Duluth Minn initiated a large class of candidates last week The order is fast increasing in member ship in Minnesota and the Duluth divis- Ion is keeping pace with the others of the State in getting iu new members Division 1 of Racine Wis gave a free entertainment Tuesday night that was well attended M G Rohan of Marquette College and State President John Kelly delivered addresses The enter tainment was given for the sole purpose of increasing the membership- At a well attended meeting of the Erie County Board held last Sunday in Buffalo reports received from the various divis Ions show a substantial increase in memo bership anda gratifying renewal of inter est The Buffalo Union and Times say the order is in a fair way to double its membership in the city and county this yearMilwaukee Hibernian have appointed a committee to call on the Diocesat School Board to place before it the projec of including Irish history in the course of study of the parochial acbools of the ffuglish speaking parishes It is hopes to have Irish history studied in the highs grades or else short discussions of tha subject made one of the courses in thi supplementary reading of the schools LOOKS LIKE LENZ Frank A Lenz the well known attorney who is a candidate for the Demo ratic nomination for the State Senate hi be Thirtyseventh district cgmposed of the Third Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh wards appears to have his race won However this should not prevent his friends from going to the polls and voting for him on May 20 Mr Lenz Is- su amiable intelligent and energetic worker and if nominated and elected wiIlably represent hiscontinents in the next Legislature MONTAGUE WELL PLACED Mike Montague well and favorably known all over the city baa been Secured to assist IB dispensing refreshments riper Hammers Park during the pres- t season Mr Montague winning persOnality should add a great deal to the attractions of this popular summer arden STRUCKS OPENING Fred Struck has announced the opening of hid renovated and rejuvenated place of- bUrneaeat the northwest corner of second arid Green streets ou Mouda- yAae1eputhuuh will be served front 10 iruidnihhti In I I The CMS oogers BOOK GO I Ihaving recently incorporated and added new capital to are now prepared to furnish all kinds of BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTYF- ULL LINE OF MISSION GOODS 434 w Jefferson Street t 5LOUISVILLE 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 BETER AND CHEAPER THAN BRUSH WORK DSdC s OJBEIEJSrJ MGR1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 5878 Drop Postal for Estimate RDIUauIDUIlIDDDUUAUu I Gran fFuneralfI- ii II- II iii i il1liJ i i MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET I TELEPHONE 810 IRIWftDUUrnIIumIIIIImI1iu1rIu1m STERLING B TONEY CANDIDATE FOR REE- LECTIONJUDGE Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCH DIVISION 2 Democratic Primary May 26 1003 IIIIIII IIII IIIIIIIfItII IgI IIIEIIIIIIkII II I Muifloon Monument company lDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFII- fionuments II ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND I i II I I IIArtistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET II- RU IIE I ftIIIUI ftUItsIHftmlftIII I ARTHUR ffl WALLACE OANDIDATE FOR JUDGEJeffer- sonCircuit CourtCriminal DivisionS- ubject to Action of the Democratic V- otersTRADISE It It lit III t It I It It + t SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Home Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson St M M M M tftttttM M HENRY C LAUER TExEJ HONE 11o ine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 E JEFFERSONST421iJ and 430 Iraneh House 805 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERIQWN BREWE- RY3REAM COMMON BEER H40014Q5 Story AvenuetTel phone 89OuISYILLB KYu cu c- n a