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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i fl i ET 1 I KENTUCKY IRIHAMaIcANy J OLUME XNO 22LOUSVILLE SATURDAY MAY 30 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS CONCENTRATED Are the Thoughts and Interests- of Irishmen on theI Land Bill Sir Anthony McDonnell Deplores Growth of Sect = rlan Animosity Concise Statement Concerning the pleasure Now Before Parliament LANDLORDS HAVE THE BEST OF IT Sir Anthony McDonnell a warm per sonal friend of King Edward VII and who It is said is mainly responsible for the new laud bill attended a recent din ner at the Surveyors Institute Dublin After paying a warm tribute to the Earl of Dudleys work as Lord Lieutenant he proceeded to refer to the pending land legislation He said We look to the forthcoming Jaw for the equitable determination of all reason able claims and for the creation of a cer tain basis for agricultural prosperity in the future Hut I do not expect that the future Irish land act will remove all ob stacles to the progress of prosperity of Ireland for in my opinion two great and tremendous obstacles still remain and these are the low vitality if 1 may so ex press myself of industrial enterprise and of the industrial spirit in this country and in the existence of sectarian animosity We are all glad to know that the earnest and patriotic endeavors of some distinguished Irishmen are already directing attention to the promotion of industrial efforts and we may hope that with the peace which will come with the cessation of agrarian strife capital with out which there can be no industrial progress will remain or flow into Ireland and will no longer be permitted to flow away from it But what effort is being made to control the spread and growth of sectarian animosity Coming back to my own country after half a lifetime on foreign service for the Kingcoming back entirely detached from any political party and entirely above any sectarian fitegi nothing hM j rrrsedaHdrJBj me more than the extent to which sec tarian feelings prevail in every branch and in every department of the life of this country So far as I have seen and I am told that this feeling is less than it was that it is lessening daily and dying away and I am glad to hear you say so but for my on part I think it died very hard If this be so it still seems to me to possess a pernicious vitality I have not spoken to any one be he Roman Catholic or be he Protestant who has not deplored this miserable condition of things but I have met no man who will take in hands the mitigation of thfs great national evil I have met no Lord Iveagh or Mr Firrie in the region of sectarian strife Perhaps the thing is beyond the power of such men or any men to cope with Perhaps we are to look to the slow growth of education in order to curb the spirit of which I complain That very spirit prohibits the growth of educa tion from which you expect the cure I see in this intolerance the greatest misfortune and the greatest hindrance to the progress of our country I thought I would take this opportunity even in the pres ence of a distinguished company of Eng fish gentlemen to express what in my opinion is the root cause of the difficul ties from which Ireland suffers I should be greatly happier if I could indicate anyway by which the evil Is to be speedily removed but with the removal of the evil a long step is made When its ex istence and its magnitude is recognized and perhaps when the causes of agrarian unrest are removed and industrial progress established the time may come when Irishmen of all religions will turn their attention to these irrational unreasoning causes of separation and then perhaps the time may come when instead of the disunion which now prevails union may at last be established even in this connec tionApropos of Sir Anthony McDonnells address it may be well to state that the land bill is now concentrating all the thoughts and interests of Irishmen not only in Ireland but throughout the world The Gael for May makes proba bly the dearest and most concise state ment concerning the bill a id the object to be attained Says the editor of the GaelThe object of the measure is to offer such pecuniary inducements to landlords to sell and to tenants to buy as will bring about a wholesale or very large transfer of ownership without actual compulsion So far as the landlords are concerned this has been done The money required is estimated to amount to lOOOOOOOO and is to be raised by the issue of stock carrying 2 percent interest for thirty years afterwhich it will be redeemable at par It was hoped that the now well ascertained and almost universally admitted overtaxation of Ireland might have been a sufficient reason for throwing the expenses and looses in carrying out this great reform on the shoulders of the whole body of the United Kingdom taxpayers but that la not to be so The British rule il that Ireland lr not a saps oJ rate fiaaacfer entity whets It is a question of increased taxation for British our poses but that she is and must bear the I entire cost when it is a question of expenditure on Irish national objects Now for the tenant purchasers posi tion Hitherto he had agreed to buy for a lump sum which he usually reckonedat so many years purchase of his rent He could repay this by paying an annuity of 4 per cent on the price for fortytwo and a half years or he might have this an nuity reduced by 10 or 12 per cent at the end of each of the first three decades and then continue paying 2 per cent on the original loan until seventytwo years had elapsed from the date of his purchase or he might pay off the loan or any part of it at any time when he became the full and absolute owner He was then pro prietor from the heavens above to the center of the earth beneath Under the present Irish land bill no purchaser will become absolute owner nor is he to agree to buy for any known sum He must agree to buy for an an nuity which is not to be less than 10 per cent nor more than 40 per cent below the existing rent seveneights of this annuity will be terminable in sixtyeight and a half years and oneeighth is to re main a perpetual charge on the land Mines minerals rights of shooting hunting and fishing do not pass to the purchaser but are to remain the property of the State The purchaser will not be the owner but a State tenant with a right to use the surface of the land for farming purposes only and without power to explore or develop its mineral re sources if they exist It is questionable whether the tenants will be very anxious to buy on the terms offered They will see the general un fairness of the terms but they may be driven to accept whatever alleviation of their present burdens is attainable as a hungry man might pay a shilling for a loaf when he knew the fair price would be fourpence I SAD ACCIDENT Little Albert Reardon Loses His Life In the Ohio River Albert J Reardon son of Michael and Mary Reardon was accidentally drowned in the Ohio river at the foot of Twenty sixth street shortly after noon on Satur day of last week The little fellow was nine years and ten months old The boy with two companions about his own age went in bathing He had waded a short distance ahead of his companions when he struck a stepoff and sank beneath thewaterRThe other boys hurried out of the water and ran for aid but be fore they returned young Reardon had been drowned The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady in Port land at 9 oclock Monday morning The interment was in St Johns cemetery The bereaved parents have the sympathy of many friends all over the city This sad accident should be a warning to boys to parents and to teachers The waters of the Ohio are treacherous at any season of the year Only expert swim mers should venture into them Often it is that the experts lose their lives Children should learn to avoid the river Parents and teachers should take every possible means to impress on the children under their care the dangers besetting them The youngsters should never be permitted to go in bathing unless an olaer person has them in charge LARGE CLASS To Be Initiated by Division 4 Ancient Order of Hi bernians Division 4 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held its regular meeting on Wednesday night with president Hen nessy in the chair The following can didates were elected to membership Myles Higgins Lawrence Meaney James Dooley Patrick Kenny George Reilly Ford Dr John T Chawk and Joseph SullivanThe candidates were proposed for membership and their applications were referred to committees Edward P Toomey John Mr Brennan Michael J Hartnett Walter Henley John V Brown Michael Glenn and Michael Casper The I Sick Committee reported that Edward Queeney had recovered John Connersl and Thomas Devenny are still on the sick list The followin Employment Com mittee was named Joseph P McGinn John H Hennessey and John J Barry Remarks were made by State Secretary William T Meehan Joseph P McGinn John E Browne and exCounty President John Murphy The last named urged that the members of Division 4 on the County Board should urge that body to ask for a national organizer to try and organize divisions in Owensboro Shelby vllle Henderson and other cities through out the State Division 4 will have a large class to be initiated at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon Every member of the order in the city is invited to be present Refreshments will be served and short talks will be made by the State and County officers RYAN NEARLY WELL James E Ryan the popular City Clerk of Jeffersonville who for some time past bas been suffering from a severe attack of erysipelas and whose condition was considered critical was able to be out for short intervals this week and hie lost of frisadewill rejoice to learn that he may be able te attend to his offdali duties within the next few day u Jj DR j w FOWLER 1 1j iL 1 STATE FEDERATION tdTo Be Formally Organized by the Various Catholic Societies of Kentucky at a Meeting to Be Heji Here Next Tuesday he Movemen Has the HeartY Co erahon of f1 M J i14Ltthe Ameri tcan Hierarchy and the Approval of Pope EeoJIY I i Delegates Will Come From Various Sections Of the State and Will Be Entertained by Local Catholic Gentlemen arL Delegates from various counties in Kentucky have been invited to meet in this city on Tuesday to organize a State Federation of Catholic Societies The formal or business meeting will be held at the Louisville Hotel at 2 oclock in the afternoon At night the delegates will be entertained at Trinity Hall with music and literary exercises Dr Joseph W Fowler who is a member of the National Executive Committee of the Federation of Catholic Societies will call the meeting to order and deliver an address of welcome One of the visiting delegates will respond to the address of welcome After that the best methods of organizing the State will be taken up- On important matter to be discussed will be whether to elect delegates from the State or county organizations From present indications it would seem that it would be better to elect from the various county federations as that would give the State a larger representation Sev eral other matters of importance will be thoroughly discussed Thus far responses have been received to letters sent out by National Executive Committeeman Dr J W Fowler from representatives of Catholic societies in Campbell Kenton Fayette Daviess Franklin Marion Nelson Carroll and Jefferson counties Among those who will be here to assist in forming a credit able State organization are Judge H W Rives of Lebanon Dr M Casey Car rollton C D Witte Newport Edwin C Dawson New Haven Joe Cassidy Bellevue Charles J Weitzel Frankfort Judge M T Shine and J B Gausepohl Newport In the evening at 8 oclock the local and visiting delegates will be entertained at Trinity Hall on Gray street near Shelby After Eugene Cooney delivers an address on federation Miss Josephine Hoertz will render a soprano solo A piano solo by Miss Dollie Burns will pre cede a recitation by James B Kelp Miss Josephine Hoertz and Mrs William T Meehan will sing a duet After this Michael Reichert and Ben Speaker will entertain with an enjoyable comedy sketch DrJoseph W howler will pre side and will make an introductory ad dress welcoojtjg the visiting delegates Federation is nothing core BO c less than union Prom time immemorial we have been taught to believe that In union there is strength And then our own State motto reminds us that United we stand divided we fall Federation means united action on the part of two or more people or on the part of two oc more societies Catholic Federation is einntklly American Long before July 4 1776 Ute leader of a 0 r C 0 Q t the people of America saw the benefits to be derived from federation and acted accordingly In the war of 1812 we again saw the benefit of federation In 1846 the people united against Mexico In the war of 1801 to 1805 it was federa tion that saved the United States from disintegration In 1898 when Cuba was being oppressed by Spain the people off the United States federated arose en masse and with one voice declared against the tyranny of Spain It was federation that gave us Washington Jackson Kearney Shields Grant Sherman Sher idan Dewey Sampson and Schley If our people can unite for the cause of the country why can they not unite for the cause of religion in this country Mon sieur Urban Gohier a noted French publicist and a man notably opposed to the Catholic religion in a preface to his new book on Religion in America pays the following tribute to the Catholic church in the United States The CathoHcsit is trueare a minority but they are a minority that is homogen eous organized and disciplined They form a solid block in the midst of a heap of crumbling Protestant fragments The foregoing was written before Catholic federation had taken a firm hold in America Now the clergy and the people recognize the necessity of united action On this subject of Catholic federation our Holy Father Leo Xlir in his encyclical letter of March 10 1902 says If it has always been necessary that according to the different grades of the ecclesiastical hierarchy all the children of the church should be sedulouslyunited by the bonds of mutual charity and by the pursuit of the same objects so as to form but one heart and one soul this union is become in our day more indis pensable than ever Again he says There exists between Bishops and clergy a union which is faithful in numberless works of zeal and charity It exists likewise between the clergy and the laity who more closely knit together and more completely freed from human respect than ever before organIlag fense of the sacred cause of religion It is this union which we have so often recommended and which we recommend again which we bliss that it may de velop still more arid may rite like an impregnable W UIIItinet the fierce violence of the enemies of God More than aUIthi if it indeed be necessary to add anything to the approval of the head MM Rely Mother Church Catholic fii rntii in America UM not only the MWl Wtke hearty 0 L r 1 t cooperatlotf of Archbishops Katzer of Milwaukee and Elder of Cincinnati of Bishops McFaul of Trenton Messmer of Green Bay OConnor of Newark Mich audof Burlington Fink of Leaven worth Blenk of Porto Rico Verdageur of Laredo Hoban of Scranton OCon nell of Portland Me Keiley of Sa vnnnah Gabriels of Ogdensburg Glo rieux of Sioux City Horstman of Cleve land and last but by no means least our own Right Rev Bishop Maes of Coving ton Ky- Again we see the following official documentFrom his Holiness Pope Leo XIII to Archbishop Elder His Holiness most lovingly grants his apostolic benediction to the American Federation of Catholic Societies M Cardinal Rampollc Catholic federation has also been in dorsed in hearty terms by Archbishop Falcouio Apostolic Delegate Cardinal Gibbons Cardinal Martinelli Archbishop Ryan Archbishop Bougorde Archbishop Williams and many others Now if the Pope approves Catholic federation if the Catholic hierarchy in dorses it if the clergy favor it why shoud not every Catholic man woman and child In these United States work for it Give the movement the benefit of united action Give the movement a united Catholic support Give it a united Catholic press Read Catholic papers Become acquainted with what the Catho lic Federation is doing in your county in your State and as a national organiza tion The federation of Catholic societies is spreading rapidly in the East The Right Rev Bishop McFaul of Trenton clergymeninAt the present time a series of meetings is being held in cities along the Atlantic coast and the various societies are affiliating with the federation movement These meetings are preparatory to the national convention of the Catholic Fed eration whichwill meet in Atlantic City on August 5 It is contemplated to have the convention continue four days Mr Thomas B Minahan of Columbus Ohio the National President will preside On each of the four days an address will be delivered by a leading Catholic clergy man or layman These distinguished akerswlll be the Rev Father William OBrien Pardow the celebrated orator of the Jesuit order Boarke Cockran the distinguished orator of New York Joseph Bonaporte of Baltimore and the Hon Edward J McDermott of this city Mr McDermott will probably deliver kie able lecture on IXII iit- r Watch for our fall report 4- a n- Q REQUIEM MASS For the Repose of tho Soul of the Late William Sheridan St Michaels church was the scene of solemn ceremonies Thursday morning the occasion being the celebration of a solemn high mass of requiem for the repose of the soul of William Sheridan uncle of the Rev Father Sheridan who died recently at Rathmullen County Donegal Ireland The officers of the mass were Rev Father Sheridan cele brant Rev Father Hugh J Brady dea con Rev Father A J Brady subdeacon Rev Father Thomas White master of ceremoniesThe was crowded by the people of the congregation and by friends of the beloved pastor from other parishes GRACIOUS GIFT Wealthy Catholics Donate a Now Cathedral to Rich mond Diocese The cornerstone of the new Catholic Cathedral of Richmond Va will be blessed on Thursday afternoon The Richmond Times declares The new Cathedral will be perhaps the finest edifice of the kind in the entire South It is the gift of Mr and Mrs Thomas F Ryan of New York to the Catholics of Richmond It will cost about 250000 Some idea of its magnificence may be ob tained by the consideration that it will cost considerably more than three times as much as any church in Richmond todayWilliam K Ryan the eldest son of the donors married Miss Lily Bondurant of this city This new Cathedral will be quite an adornment to the diocese of Richmond which has only 30000 Catho lics less than onethird the Catholic population to the diocese of Louisville By the way the third Bishop of Richmond was a Louisville priest the Right Rev John McGill who was consecrated Bishop of Richmond in 1850 and who died in 1872The ceremony of blessing the corner stone will be conducted by the present Bishop of Richmond the Right Rev A Van de Vyer GAME OF BALL Will Bo Interesting Feature at Mackin Councils Picnic Mackin Council Y M I held a large and enthusiastic meeting Tuesday night In the absence of President Prank Murphy First Vice President Louis Borntraeger occupied the chair and con ducted the business of the evening with grace and celerity Sfcverail applications for membership were received The Picnic Committee reported prog ress Several interesting talks on the picnic were made and every member was urged to do his utmost to make it a success This one will undoubtedly eclipse all former efforts of the members The picnic will be held at Fern drove on Tuesday June 9 One boat will leave the foot of First street in the morning and another in the afternoon Bands will be aboard boths boats so that the young people may enjoy dancing both going to and returning from Peru Grove Satolli Council has challenged Mackin to a game of baseball to be played at the picnic grounds Both councils have ex cellent ball players in their ranks and in all probability a game will be arranged It should prove a very popular feature of of the picnic Members of Mackin Council who desire to play on the ball team at the picnic are urged to report at the club house at 930 oclock tomorrow morning MQUESE BALDWIN A wedding of unusual interest not only to the members of St Cecilias parish but all over the West End of the city is announced to take place on Wednesday June 24 The contracting parties will be John T McQuese and Miss Mary Baldwin Both are popular young people of St Cecilias parish Miss Baldwin is the daughter of Mrs Mary Baldwin and is a charming young lady Mr McQuese is a foreman at Reh Beaversons saddle and harness manufactury He is a popular member of Mackin Council and has long been a worker for Catholic church affairs The wedding will be solemnized at St Cecilias church at 0 oclock in the morning The ushers will be Will Meagher and Will G Hume The many friends of these popular young people wish them many years of married bliss CHARITY CLUB PICNIC The St Louis Charity Club will give a picnic at Pho nix Hill Park on Wednes day July 23 The best brass band in the city will furnish concert music in the park while a union orchestra will take care of the dancers Excursion cars will carry the Sundayschool children from the school house to the park at 230 oclock in the afternoon Admission to the grounds will be twenty five cents for adults and fifteen cents for children TheMembers of the St Louis Charity Club are elatedover their success IB disposing of their lot and will now make trerneadous efforts to have a sue ceeshtl picnic n- n r GRAND EUCHRE To Be Given at Phamix Hill Park on Monday For Worthy Cause Funds Will Be Used In Enter taining Delegates to Na tional Convention One Hundred Prizes Are to Bo Awarded the Winners of the Games GOOD MUSIC AND DANCING GALORE The Catholic Knights and Ladies of America have completed arrangements for their union picnic and euchre which will be given at Phoenix Hill Park Mon day night The euchre games will be played in the park grounds The after noon euchre will begin promptly at 230 oclock and the evening euchre at 830 oclock Fifty elegant prizes will be awardedat each series The tickets are only twentyfive cents Dancing in the hall will begin at 8 oclock in the even Ing Scallys union band will furnish the music The Chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements is Thomas Kee nan Miss Mary Sheridan is Secretary and Dr Peter L Ganz is Treasurer The order has 1500 members in this city The committees from the various branches which have this affair in charge arc as follows Branch 1 Charles F Breckel and Mrs L OHearnBranch Robert Mangan Alexander Burke Miss Mary Corcoran James Cole man Patrick T Sullivan Andrew Oak leaf Mrs Margaret Foley Patrick Holly and Joseph Vetter In this branch alone there are 385 members Branch 3Mrs David Welsh Mrs John Clancey Mrs Mary Weissenberg and Mrs P Bigley Branch 4James Kenealy John D Rudd Miss Mollie Burke and Miss Bridget Hanrahan Branch 5M J Hobau Mrs Mary A Monohan Miss Nellie Byrne and Miss Rena Weissenberg IIranh8Miss MaggieJ Wallace Branch lQloseph H Kessack Branch 11 John W Arnold and John F Seger Branch 13 of JeffersonvilleJack B MurphyBranch 17Mrs Josephine Treager Fred Rush and Mrs M Simons s Branch 18 Miss Katie Henley and Miss Alice Morris Branch 19Patrick Moran William Reardon John Fisher Sr Thomas J Moran4Miss Susan Moran and Miss Katie Mooney Branch 25Edward Fenger Branch 71rtrl E A Williams Branch 73Mrs Isabelle Scanlan Branch 8oMiss M Roth Miss Annie Duerr and Anthony Huckenbeck Branch 92Andy Kast Val Kast and Miss May Kast Branch 93Mrs Rose McCullough and Fred Oakleaf Branch 90Dan McDonald and Mrs Annie Mitchell Branch 99Miss Katie Smith Branch 110 New AlbanyMrs Mary HartshornBranch 194George Kruse and Joe Leeser The object of the coming euchre and dance is to assist in raising funds for the proper entertainment of the visiting delegates to the national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America which will meet in this city during the month of May 1904 Among the prizes which will be awarded the winners of the euchre games on Monday afternoon and evening are the following One load coal berry set water set chocolate set two fine fans two pair suspenders sue umbrellas three sofa pillows three rockers four tables two wine sets gents pipe two bottles of wine ten ornaments four palms and ferns a box of sox Indian stool two lamps two boxes cigars two rugs four handsome pictures two pairs of gents slippers two gents clothes brushes six gents ties linen dresser scarf box of handkerchiefs handsome cushion globe of gold fish and three embroidered table coversEvery Catholic lady and gentleman in Louisville should lend his aid to make this affair a success The Catholic Knights and Ladies are doing a noble work caring for the orphans and giving the dead a Christian burial If you cant attend the festivities at Phoenix Hill Park you may at least buy a ticket TOOK NEEDED REST Rev John B Kelly the beloved and zealous pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany has been spending the past week at St Marys of the Woods near Terre Haute enjoying a much needed rest r DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT The young people of St Marys of the Immaculate Conception church will give a dramatic entertainment in their hall on Eighth ptreet near Graysou tomorrow evening in the cant will be found acme of ouiav1llesbest amateur talent which rikkae wtals an enjoyable performance l1 Gfj r N i NrUOKY Iiisiixsr KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGfltl NNNMNINMNIIINNNp AmericateoerKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Butcrcd at tko Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Hatter Iddretsetl Comwaelcatloeslothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 West Oreen Street UNIaH TRADES ueEt COUNCIL LOUISVIILE KY SATURDAY MAY 30 1903 LABORS CRISIS In the midst of unprecedented prosperity marvelous growth in creasing influence concessions and i benefits is labor nearing a crisis in volving defeat and loss of much that it has gained Is it like Humpty Dumpty on the wall to take a fall because of iindiscretion or deliberate disregard for reason and justice There are indications of it Elated by success following theorists and unwise advisers labor unions in some sections show a dis position to attempt the role of dictator of industries and business regardless of right or consequences to the annoyance of the public detriment of trade and loss to every one labor includedbecause some ones pet theory does not material ize This will not be tolerated even in the name of labor and can only cause turmoil trouble possibly bloodshed resulting finally in the overthrow of those who attempt it Labor has no more rights than capital the employe than the em ployer Workingmen because or ganized are not privileged Organ ized labor will not be allowed to become an oligarchy any more than organized capital Each has its rights and its obligations as well not only to each other but to the whole people A trespass of right a disregard for obligation is a wrong not only to the rival interest but to the community The American people sympathize with and are favorably disposed toward labor but the American people are stick lers for justice and liberty to all regardless of class or condition and will not brook trenching upon the rights of capital any more than of r labor upon the employer than the employe nor interference with the countrys business and peace by any classLabor unions have a proper pur pose and defined methods within reason and justice for attaining r those objects Adherence to those objects and methods has won popu lar approval and success But there i obi jects and methods beyond the pur pose of obtaining justice for labor in a legitimate way to seek by force of numbers and presumed importance to arrogantly control all industry and commerce and that i with an utter disregard for the rights interests welfare or peace of all others or even ultimately of labor Reason and equity for the time being give way to hallucina tion and bullying Without regard for or consideration of conditions business requirements interests contracts feasibility propriety or anything else labor presents de amends presents ultimatums then with a hullabaloo strikes and boy cotts Assuming the role of a bandit it levies its tribute and holds up employers and business com munity till its demands are granted and its edicts obeyed Thus in Greater New York because every demand of the various labor unions many of them dearly impracticable and unjust are not promptly granted a system of sym pathetic strikes is in vogue para lyzing all building trades causing general idleness of labor and suspension of business till It is esti plated 165000 workmen are out with the prospect the number may reach a million though only a very small proportion of labor is directly lafolved a few employers really labors reqaetts and the rIooanaaenity its friend All labor alt employers the entire population of New York are made to suffer What the advocates and promoters olMICh a policy expect to grin for n an- c al- G Il labor other than disaster is hard to discernAnd right here at home was a similar case A union man comes to the city obtains employment but does not deposit his card with the local unionclearly a matter between him and his union for which no one else is responsible and which certainly no one else can settle The local union boycotts the employer The employer con tracts with a union brickmaker employing union labor for 100000 brick the union notifies the union brickmaker not to furnish the brick under penalty of having his em ployes strike and his brick boycotted by union labor He gives up the contract The brick are purchased elsewhere the union brickmaker loses the profit on the contract his union workmen are deprived of the labor of making 100000 brick but the recaleitrant union man did not deposit his card and retains his job What has union labor gained by it Certainly nothing to its credit or benefit These are merely instances for illustration It is altogether too prevalent in industrial circles It is rendering organized labor a dis turber a nuisance a menace a plunderer a destroyer everything but what it is intended and ex pected to be with a result to labor that must be a curtailing of its power for evil if not for every thingIt is high time that the conserva tive well meaning and sensible workingmen whose only desire is that labor be accorded fair treat ment and pay who respect right and contracts and the public inter ests the law and decency it is time that those men whose sacri fices of time energy and privation have built up organized labor to come to the front and put a bridle on the socalled progressives whose rule is bringing union labor into disrepute and whose course can have but one enddestruction Workingmen generally do not approve of such procedure and as it is the action of their leaders and in their name it is for them to stop it Bring the vigorous leaders into the line of order and right as per union principles or have them step down and pursue their pecu liar ideas of labor reform on their own responsibility Organized labor does not approve such con duct although organized labor is being used and made to suffer for it The Kentucky Irish American welcomes the delegates to the State Federation of Catholic Societies to Louisville The delegates willmeet here on Tuesday Every Catholic citizen of the city and State should support this movement Their motto should be the motto of Kentucky United we stand divided we fall The dispatches reported a night of terror and an attack on the militia guarding the jail at Jack son Breathitt county Wednesday night But the only casualty was a cow Can it be that the stupid bovine disregarding the sentrys halt and being fired upon caused all the commotion That special Rome correspond enl of the Catholic CitizenTeports too much on reliable information that proves to be mere guess at any rate not true Those special Rome correspondents asa rule are utterly unreliable so far as church matters are concerned and tia about time that editors of Catholic papers at least were get ting oa Ito tke fact Boulder it is not creditable to an American Cath t- c a u olic paper to accept as correct reports of Catholic matters in this country right under his nose via a special Rome correspondent A Catholic editor ought to know as much about American affairs as does the special Rome correspondent and considerably more than the latter professed to know IRISH FIELD DAY To Be Observed by Members of the Ancient Order and Their Friends The special committee appointed by the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has decided to holdan Irish field day Fern Grove is the place and August 23 is the day The special committee so decided and the decision of these members meets with the approval of the County Board The committee was made up of Mike Tynan Pat Welsh John J Sullivan and Joe McGinn These gentlemen have decided in favor of an Irish field day They have also decided that Fern Grove was the best place to hold it and that August 23 was the most opportune time Those who attended the Irish field day last year will bear witness that it was a success in every particular And yet the promoters of the enterprise were new at the business This year they can not complain of inexperience and are prepared for a real athletic contest Within a few days the IrishAmerican athletes young and old will be in training for the field games CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Will Make Splendid Showing Second Sunday In June All arrangements are completed for the annual parade and visitation of the Catholic Knights of America which have been set for Sunday June 14 The various brauches will assemble at St Marys on Eighth street with the State officers and Central Committee and from there march toSt Boniface church where all will attend solemn vespers The new banner of the Central Committee is here and will be carried that day for the first time It Is urged that each branch turn out in full strength The procession will move at 2 oclockharp Tonight the special committee having in charge arrangements for the annual excursion will meet at the office of New ton G Rogers Fifth and Court Place to bear reports Cannelton seems to be the place most in favor as the citizens of that town would prepare a warm wel come for the Knights and their Mends WINNING LIFES BATTLE TOGETHER It is a great thing for husband and wife to win the battle together to have the same aims and to be in mutual sym pathy at the same time When a man begins life poor with a debt is his leg acy and his younger brothers and sisters as his care iit is the womans place to help him economize not to claim every dollar for herself as fast as he earns it nor to make his burden heavier by need less extravagance and use of credit When be desires to rise in the world whether he be struggling for an educa tion or entering upon a public career she should not hold him back by her lack of ambition nor drag him down by her moral weaknesses but bravely and cordially say I am going along with you II Discouragement only requires him to study how be can overcome the objec tions raised to postpone his plans or to fall behind in the race when he should be pressing an toward the mark of his high aspirationBut should be said as a caution how much should be said in gratitude No one could even tell what is due to those wonderful women who in this as piring age have done their duty to the fullest those generous and loyal souls who have waited through the long years of preparation and hardship when the indications of ability in their husbands have been so slight as to cause distrust among their friends who have managed the household worked in the factory or the store spoken on the lecture platform or written for the press and made sacri flees unnumbered and unknown All praise to these the angels of success No crown too rich with loves bright jewels for their exeeding great reward STOLEN How dear to my heart is the steady subscriber who pays in advance at the birth of the year who lays down his money and does it quite gladly and casts round the office a halo of cheer He never says Stop it I can not afford it nor Jm getting more papers now than I can read but always says Send it the family likes it In fact we all think it a real houshold need JIow welcome he is when he step Into the sanctum how he makes our heart throb how he makes our hearts dance We outwardly thank him we inwardly blew him the steady subscriber who pays in advance CREDITABLE PERFORMANCE The Pauline Dramatic Club gave a creditable performance of A Noble Out eat at Macauley Theater last Wednes day evening The funds were devoted to a charitable purpose Especial praise is due Miss Alexandria Henkle and Sylvester Grove for their work Others in the cast who deserve mention are Miss Abbte Heanemy Wise Annie Russell William Barrett Thomas Clinaa and Charles Klapheke DEATH OF MICHAEL CARMODY Miebaal Caroody diadat uw family rsiId see 511 ttnt straat last Tbunday faterablyka j Yn SOCIETY Miss Nellie McEwing of Frankfort is the guest of Mias Shanks Richard Tobin of Frankfort was a visitor here last Wednesday Miss Katherine Means has been visit ing Miss Sue McKinley at Winchester Capt Dan Finnegan of Jeffersonville visited at his old home in Madison this week Dave H Russell and his charming wife spent last Sunday with friends at Bardstown Miss Nellie Sullivan will spend next week as the guest of Miss Etta Heady at BardstownJ ONeill was among those from this city who spent the week at West Baden Springs Andrew Monyhan ofSt Louis is visiting friends in New Albany where be formerly resided Miss Elsie Rebmann spent a week vis iting Mrs Charles Gerhard on Scott street Covington Messrs Charles and Fred Herp left Tuesday for a two weeks sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss Florence Meyer has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Emma Sheban at Bardstown Miss Katie May Murphy who visited Miss Anna Belle Curtin has returned to her home at Pewee Valley Charles W Gheens and family will spend the summer months at their beau tiful place at Pewee Valley Miss Sara Cummins leaves next Mon day to spend a month with her sister Mrs John Bull in Frank rt Mrs Charles Grainger and Miss Edith Fitzgerald are home from a ten days sojourn at French Lick Springs David P Davis left Tuesday for his home at Frankfort after spending seV eral days with friends in this city Miss Patsy Powell has been visiting Miss Jane Hanna at Henderson and Miss Catherine Thompson at Owensboro Mr and Mrs T L Sullivan have moved into the Arterburn home on Dolling avenue and will reside there untill fall Miss Lillian Moore of Clinton arrived Tuesday to spend some time with Misses Edith and Lousie Bodeker in Parkland Miss Henrietta Hering who has been the guest of Mrs Dud Wright has re turned to her home at Mt Washington Mr and Mrs John Thixton Jr have returned from Owensboro where they visited Mr Thixtoas father and mother Mrs Miles JJrrns of Bardstown who was the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Cad dell 3120 Third avenue has returnedI home Officer Otto Klemt is enjoying his an nual ten days vacation Mr Klemt is one of the most popular of the mounted police Judge W Nick Vaughan accompanied by his wife left last Monday evening for French Lick Springs They will return next week Vincent Head and brida have returned from their honeymoon trip and are at home to their friends at Twentyeighth and St Xavier streets Jacob Bettler will leave this afternoon on A two weeks visit to Sellersburg Ind where he will be the guest of his uncle Mr Benjamin Bennett Miss Bessie Lancaster a pretty and vivacious visitor from Georgetown was the guest this week of Mrs Benedict OBryan in the Highlands Miss Margaret Cecil arrived home the first of the week from arrodsburg where she had been the west of Mrs J M Dalton for several days The many friends of Mrs Edward A Mchler will be glad to hear that she has recovered from her recent Illness and is now enjoying the best of health Misses Jessie and Ada Davie and Miss Mary Bull will return next week from the Ursuline Convent where they have been completing their education Mr and Mrs L L Sullivan of Rock port Ind have been visiting here this week as the guests of Mfsa Jennie New man of 115 West Chestnut street CoL John Casey one of Shelbyvilles most successful and enterprising merchants will be here next week as a dele gate to the Commercial convention R L Shanley a Confederate veteran and well known resident of Shelbyvllle was here the first part of the week en route home from the New Orleans reo uuion Mrs Richard Whelan has returned from Bardstown after a delightful visit to her mother Mrs Pisa Whelan one of the best knows Catholic ladies in Nelson county John Mon obaa who has been pursuing his studies at Georgetown University has returned from Washington to spend the summer with Ms parents at St Matthews Mica Mary Skheenboff and George Shorter well knows you gpeol1col- New Albany were united in marriage Wednesday crania by Rev Dean Yeller ofjSt Maryi cfaiuak Reward GAi well known and popular rnlduits tic Highitedssad formerly dtanfij ajnan for Giainfer Co has gone t Utile leek toaooept a 7- c 1 l r ar good position in the engineering department of the St Louis San Francisco railroad Roger Queen and his lovely bride have returned from their wedding trip through the Bluegrass and have taken up their residence on Frankfort avenue where they are at home to their friends Undertaker L D Bar is all smiles these days The cause is a fine baby boy that arrived at his home 700 East Chest nut street on Friday of last week Mother and child are doing nicely Mrs Belle Maloney of Jeffersonville I has been appointed a member of the staff of Mrs Margaret Blose who was recently elected President of the Indiana Ladies of the Grand Army of Republic County Treasurer Barney Coll and Auditor George Badger of Jeffersonville are the welcome guests of the Auditor ofjtj State at Indianapolis where both are having a royal time with the Indiana I officials One of the interesting June weddings will be that of John Weber and Miss Mary Weidinger announced to take place at St Anthonys church in Jeffer I sonville on June 10 Both are highly respected young people of that city James E Ryan the popular City Clerk of Jeffersonville who has been suffering for some weeks from a severe attack of erysipelas is now convalescent and was able to sit up last Sunday His host of friends hope to see him out again next week Price Archer and his wife who was Miss Annie Ricger celebrated the fifth anniversary of their marriage at their home 1225 East Broadway by entertain ing their friends at supper Tuesday evening Quite a number called to wish them many happy returns of the day Congressman Swager Sherley and his mother Mrs Thomas Sherley will leave tomorrow for New York City On June 4 they will embark on the steamer Deutschland for a three months visit to the British Isles Congressman Sherley and his mother will spend some time in IrelandInvitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Lou Anna Hardy of Holy Cross and Oscer Davis of Ne Hope which will be solemnized at Holy Cross church on June 9 Both ar widely known and their wedding will interest large numbers throughout Nel son county Mr and Mrs George Butler and Mrs Thomas Keenan are expected soon from New Orleans where they visited Mr and Mrs William Byrnes During their stay they were the recipients of much social attention and were invited to all the functions given in honor of the Confederate veterans They are de lighted with their trip Chris Jarboe and Miss Bartle Redmon will be united in matrimony at St Michaels church at 2 oclock Wednes day afternoon After the wedding they will be at home to their friends at 208 Clay street Miss Redmon is a popular young lady of the East End Mr Jarboe is a foreman at the Caxton Printing Company and is a well known local singer Mrs P J Nicholson was tendered a surprise party Wednesday evening at her home on West St Catherine street bya number of friends Music and dancing were the chief features of the evening and an enjoyable supper was served at 11 oclock Among those pres ent were Messrs and Mesdames Frank May John T Melcher P J Nicholson Mrs Mary Campbell Misses May Farrell Rose Howard Anna Mitchell May Anna and Alice Nicholson Messrs Will Smith Thomas Kavanaugh Will Coyne Frank Briner Will Deary Will Dwight Frank Kelly and Will Burke MANY OFFICERS AWAY Owing to the nonattendance of a majority of the officers only routine business was transacted at Tuesday nights meeting of Division 1 A O H although the gathering was a representa tive one Newton G Rogers presided aud vouchers were drawn on the Treasurer for the Catholic Federation and State Secretary Meehan James Quinn was present after a long illness which had been reported Treasurer Thomas Walsh reported the decision of the County Board to hold the annual Irish field day exercises which was received with great favor State Secretary Mee han and County President Sullivan were introduced and urged upon the members a greater interest in the affairs of the order Their advice was timely and well received Chairman Rogers made an interesting talk upon the Catholic situation in France and also called attention to the suggestions contained in the last address of the National Board COMBINATION DRAWING There will be a combination drawing for the benefit of St Georges church in the school hall Eighteenth and Magnolia streets next Tuesday evening June 2 at 8 oclock There are many valuable Prizes to be drawn among them being a crayon portrait of Rev Father Weiss a mantel cabinet an enameled bath tub a mahogany parlor table and a picture of Pope Leo XIIL in a gold frame JOLLY SEVENS DANCE The Jolly Seven will give a dance at the Golden Rod Clubs headquarters next Tuesday evening The Jolly Seven is made up of very popular young men whose ability as entertainers is well known so those who attend can be assured in advance of a pleasant evening GRADUATES Six yo sag ladies will graduate fromI the jMeteri academy at Loretto next mouth LorettbAeaCemy has long been sae of the leading edaeatloaal iMtitH tione toe glrla in the Sontk j I P Z II r r HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN To Be Made Happy by First Approach to Holy- Sacraments Tomorrow will bea happy day for hundreds of Catholic children in this city For several months large numbers of those of the Cathedral St Sacred Heart St Anthonys PatricksI specialinstruction confirmation The little people joyfully await Sunday morning and at many homes there will be fitting observance of this most important event iu the lives of our youth Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will confer the sacrament of confirmation at St Anthonys church on a class embrac pastISPEAKER SPOKE And Then He Quit Speaking IFor a Very Short While yesbeforeHickory Quartet Catholic Knights of America and everything else that iis good had a new experience this week He went frog hunting Frogs were noon t hand that night but he caught every thing else from damp feet to a bad cot in the head You see Ben said to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American I want to tell this story to the people myself want to tell it to them all at once not on the installment plan I believe in getting the people together and giving it to them In other words Im in favor of federa tion It was this way I federated with several other fellows who said they knew where to find the frogs Now Ive be longed to nearly everything that is going except the Ancient Order of Hibernians I figured it out that if I could walk i with a lot of frogs with green backs an white and gold fronts I would be just what the doctor ordered rwflannel for bait I sized that up as all1 aen Irishman fight it is a red flag I got the red flannel and a lantern and we started out We walked three miles before we got to the creek where the frogs were supposed to be Then our trouble began There was no boulevard alongside that creek We just lit where we fell and I believe I fell twice as often as we lit Well as I was going to tell younow here youre laughing Im not going to finish telling you this story now because youre going to print it Youll just have to wait until I tell it all at the Catholic Federation meeting next Tuesday night OFFICER BURKE RECOVERINO Officer Dave Burke of the mounted police is about fully recovered from his accident of last Saturday having sprained his ankle while alighting from a car Daves many friends in the Sixth police district are endeavoring to have him as signed there again he having been removed lately to the western part ofI the city DOUBLE PROMOTION On Friday of last week Monsignor Henry Moeller Bishop of Columbus 0 received the Papal bulls raising him to be Archbishop of Areopolis and Coadju tor to Archbishop Elder of Cincinnati The bulls bear the date of April 27 1003 Archbishop Moeller will not remove to Cincinnati to assume hisnew duties until he has fulfilled all his present engage ments in his own diocese- MOONLIGHT EXCURSION The Press Assistants and Job Press mens Union will give a moonlight ex cursion Monday evening June 8 The committee in charge are Lee Wolf Geo Ditsch John Schneider John McQuaid Val Dietz Charles Wempe Albert Hammer John McCarthy Edward Gordon Emory Schaefer and Charles Jarboe fine gold watch is offered to the lady o gentleman selling the largest number of tickets OREGONS NEW BISHOP Official notification has come from Rome to the effect that the Archdiocese of Oregon has been divided The Rev Charles J OReilly pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Port land Ore has been appointed Bishop o the new diocese- RECEIVED FIRST COMMUNION A large class of children received their first holy communion at the Church of Our Lady in Portland last Sunday Rev Father Conmff was well pleased with thHcreditable showing made by the ones COMING EVENTS Satolli Council Y M I will give a moonlight excursion up the river on the evening of Monday June 28 Trinity Council will give its annual outing at Fern Grove on July 4 COLD MEAT HASH This is a sort of glorified hash and is sure to be appreciated Heat halfan ounce of butter or good dripping in a saucepan and fry in it one tablespoonful of finely chopped onion till a golden brown Draw the pan from the fire and add half a breakfastcupful of fine bread crumbs a full cup of meat chopped very fine half a teaspoonful of salt a little pepper and nutmeg half a breakfantcup fal of white sauce and a teaspoonful of lemon juice Heat over the fire and take up just before It boils and serve on croutons on breadThe are rounds of frond fried till crisp la butter or dripping Garnish with parsley and serve Baked- potatoes served with this are a great liaprovwinfit IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY HH- A O IIIiDIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Y a RyanFinancial1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ran KenneytTreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month CavanaughVice QuinnRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twent third street 3ButlerSergeantatArmsPat DIVN4- Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 516 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday HallICounty PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan LynchSecretaryJohu TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y JWT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House b30TwentyslthStreetd MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgins 1Recording Secretary Geo F Simonis Corresponding SecretaryFrank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl MarshalWilliam Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly PICNIC AND EUCHRER GIVEN BY Tits Catholic KnightsA- ND Ladies of America AT PHOENIX HILL PARK Next Monday June i 1903 DANCING Afternoon Euchre begins at 280 Night Euchre begins at 830 Fine Prizes TICKETS 25 CENTS HAMMERSS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORRAgH1OR6HSTRA Concerts Dally Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street parrOpen For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings USfI greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contractsBOOKKEEPING 11lrrflargrfoBrotrwLTatri1AUrrrzsT JEWEL WARES Royal copper is thq newest thing in wrist bagj Pearl flower pins and brooches repre sent exqulsltQ daintiness Cuff pins have come into play again with the turndown lawn cuffs Bags of silver and sea green beads lined with green kid are among the new beautiesNew necklaces studded with the almundine or American ruby are popu thingsA ring is an oddity occasion ally seen A circlet of small brilliants 1 is one example goldhave iI them into A ladys brooch Sweet peas rOHr a clatter of sev oral kinds of flowers tied with a tibias make a pretty aoamelad broocli Q u- n 5 r s fr m 1 i i y PINITIri T I1JStrUOKYXRT8a AJ RIOAJS D BlX Funeral Director and Embalmer XELE130HO E gaaoo I Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CIIESTNUT STl STATIONERS PRINTERSBINDERS BOOKSELLERS The Bradley Gilbert Co INCORPORATED Blank Book a Paper Box Manufacturers ReptenntaUs ol the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc tot all Machines Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma l- oCHICAGOON THE e1liW2hlQ unbmIDUIIAIuy In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Presid and General Manager OHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aooa IF LOUISVILLE KY tH + + + H t+ftt H PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool r M J HICKEYPROPRIETOR Homb Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson St HENRY C LAUER XELEPHQNE 1140 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET JOHN R OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY PETER M ANDRmI 8 SONSN J WAG N MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires ZOS and 207 WEST OREEN ST T BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA andMICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT y Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFICK No259FottrthAve JGAT M GMral Meat XoavUl Xy WAW11N J LYNCH G PA WM P DKPPK A O PA CIMCHOIATI O i o G I John T Murphy CANDY MANUFACTURER AN- DWHOLESALE JOBBERI- N Picnic Novelties Sweet and Salted Peanuts Manufacturer of the FAMOUS BASE BALL POP CORN PACKAGE HOME PHONnj63 1222 E J3ROAn 7G7AY Illinois Central Railroad I VERY LOW RATES T- OCALIFORNIA And the Southwest ONLY LINErunning through personally conducted MexieoJArizonnnnd Special Low One Way and Roun- Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas India- Territory I Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter oiF deecriptLvelandsintheSoathandthrough oi AgeatIIOaddress P W Harlow D f A oqiavUlct IJ caIr ja 5 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Only one meeting next week All together for the Irish field day Division meets Monday night Questions of interest to every member will be discussedDivision 1 of Jeffersonville meets next Tuesdaynight A hearty welcome awaits all visitors Divisions 3 and 15 of Buffalo will give a ball Monday night the proceeds- to go to the Sisters of Mercy James Hogan of Division 4Is recovering rapidly from his recent attack of illness and is able to walk around The special committee having in charge the Irish field day should receive the hearty support of every member of the orderDivision 4 is having a regular attend ance of a good many young men who are beginning to take an active part in the proceedingsEvery of the order should be present at the special meeting of Divis ion 4 tomorrow afternoon and welcome the candidates- At a ball recently held by Division 1 of Buffalo 400 was realized and donated to Rev Anselm Kennedy to apply to the church debt of St Patricks parish The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 1 of Cincinnati initiated new members In Douglas Castle Hall Friday night of last week The beautiful ceremony was fol lowed by a musicale and luncheon- At Cincinnati there was a joint initia tion Monday evening under the auspices of the County Board A well trained de gree team conducted the ceremonies and- a large membership was added to the orderLast Monday evening Division 1 of Buffalo celebrated the fourteenth anniversary of the introduction of the order in Erie county at St Patricks Hall A feature was the reunion of all the living members of the original twenty who signed the roll at the first meeting of Hibernians held in Erie county Duluth Hibernians are reported most enthusiastic over the work of the order Theyare determined to build up two good divisions in that city The West Duluth division has a contest on hand that is proving interesting Division 1 has reduced its initiation fee to 1 but after June 30 it will be raised to 5 Through its Chairman C M Scannell a committee of the 400 Hibernians of Milwaukee has memorialized the Committee on Parochial School Studies of the archdiocese of Milwaukee in behalf of Irish history in the Englishspeak ing schools The memorial says As the faith was spread over the world from Ireland when the church was in its in fancy it is especially appropriate that the history of that foster parent of Christianity should be studied in Catholic com nunilies The Hibernians of Buffalo and their ladies Auxiliaries have decided to hold- a union picnic and outing at Cascade Park on July 25 Arrangements will be carefully planned with a view to make this event the most notable one in the history of the organization in Erie county The amusement features will be numerous and varied and will include Irish games athletic sports base ball and tug ofwar matches Some of the most distinguished speakers of the order in the United States will be invited to deliver addressesCounty officers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians initiated 278 candidates into the first section of the order at the May meeting held in New York City The candidates received the first and second degrees under the new ritual which was witnessed by a large number of members Never before had so many candidates received the exemplification of the degree- at any one time More than 1000 men have been received into the order since the first of the year The degree work was conducted by Major Edward Mc Crystal Patrick J McEvilley Daniel V Clancy Patrick Lennon John McCann Patrick M Burke Terence Donohue and William Malley After the ceremony the men were addressed by the Rev Father tfcCreedy Gen James R OBeirne Senator James J Frawley and the Rev Father Kane SIOUX INDIANS PICNIC The Sioux Tribe of Red Men will give their annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday June 23 A gold watch dia mond ring and a handsome bracelet will be given to the ladies cashing the largest number of tickets The Sioux Tribe Is composed mostly of warriors in the vicinity of Limerick who can certainly be depended upon to whoop up things at the picnic Dr C P Melton Will Connelly Emmet OSnlllvan John OBrien Will Hennessy Rick Quinn Dennis Reardon and Arthur OBrien will be there in their war paint and show some of the dances of the noble red man for the benefit of the attending palefaces MARCONInIrish honesty and the Marconisystem of wireless telegraphy work well together The Cunard liner Campania which arrived at Queenolown from New York on Saturday reports that about 150 miles from Queenstown Crookhaven Station on the southeast coast of Ireland the vessel was called up by the Marconi messagedwhealon byna Igentleman salon passenger and would like to return it Please have inquiries made The message was immediately tedand a few minutes later the ownerr ofthet10not a New York merchant fwasfoued Tlie6 was returned to him by the ships purser the amount betag ollttUd from the IMC vendor through the Qelaenetosra agept J PLEASING MUSIC To Bo Porformed at the New Jockey Club ParkTo morrow It The New Louisville Jockey Club wilt open a series of band concertsI at the Jockey Club Park tomorrow evening These concerts and other entertainments including fireworks will continue every evening during June July and August The first series of concerts will be given by Webers nand of Cincinnati These will be followed by Liberal Brookes and Kurkamps bands Only first class attractions will be en gaged The betting shed will be transformed into a palm garden The clubhouse will be transformed into a verit able fairy bower No objectionable char acters will be admitted and no disorder will be permitted Magnificent pyrotech nical displays will be given at stated times each week The palm garden will be beautified by 3000 incandescent lights and 250 gas lights This will be a delightful retreat for dinner and supper parties This will be open to the public every evening Only club members and their guests will be admitted to the club houseM Modeste Clausman the noted chef of the Union League Club of New York has been engaged to direct the catering department Tables in tile palm garden can be reserved byttelephone The price of admission to the park will be twentyfive cent- sHINTS ON STYLE The plaited walking skirts cia a general thing unlined but a thin lining foundation reaching down over the hips Is advisable and will help to hold the skirt snugly in place where it is supposed- to cling Nine out of ten of the new walking skirts are plaited in one fashion or an other and this mode while most attractive at its best is liable to abuse The plaited skirt fitting closely around the hips and flaring gracely in becoming ful ness at the bottom is not easily cut and made and the failures are lamentable A flat braid is the best finish for the bottom of the walking skirt andalthough a majority of these skirts are made without any such protection their inconvenient length makes them fairly certain to fray out quickly around the bottom and renders a braid essential unless the wearer is willing to have her skirt shabby in a very short time There was a time when a sailor frock did duty for innumerable occasions and when the woman who had such a coat and skirt frock felt that she had her street costume Fashion has grown more arbitrary and feminine ideas have grown more extravagant and this season the lines drawn between gowns for varying occasions are more than ever distinct The batiste frock is beloved of French dressmakers and is particularly lovely this year because batiste embroideries are more exquisite than ever before In all the plain delicate tints batiste Is beautiful but in white or cream with trim suing of embroidery in selfcolor or in self color touched with color there are frocks that deserve the word ravishing Silk has assumed an importance most unusual in connection with street costumes and must now be taken into account in any discussion of this subject- It is of course more used for the shirt waist suit yet jaunty little skirts and coats of taffeta louisinc tussore and pongee are many and some of them are severely tailored while others admit much heavy lace trimming For almost any woman even though she be tall and slender the walking skirt with hip yoke is more becoming if the yoke docs not cross the front A yoke and plain front breadth in one with plaited sides and back below the yoke- or a box plait from waist lo hem in front with a hip yoke and plaits around the sides ind back is becoming and popular the latter style being the most easily handled of the two The socalled long skirt is as far from the old idea of the long skirt as the new short skirt is from the old idea of the short skirt It barely touches in font Instead of being as were last autumns gowns so long in front that the wearer was fairly sure to walk up its iront breadth It is a very little longer at the sides than in front and it lies only about two or three inches on the floor in the backmerely enough to make it sweep away gracefully from the feet BIO FOUR ROUTE RATES The Big Four Route announces an excursion to Boston Mass on account of the annual meeting of the National Educational Association Tickets will be placed on sale here July 2 3 4 and 6 Halfrate plus 2 will carry you to and from Boston Tickets will be good going- on date of sale and good for return leaving Boston not earlier than July 8 nor later than July 12 The Big Four Route also announces lalfrales lo Toronto Outand return on account of the annual reunion of the Hotel Mens Mutual Benefit Association of the United States and Canada Tickets will be placed onsale June 6 and 7 The Big Four Route also announces low rate excursions to Chftulauoua and return with one month return limit Two of these popular low rate excursions will be run to Chanlauqua Lake N X- on July 3 and July 24 respectively For full information 6a any and all these excursions call oa or address S Gates General Agent of the Big F Route at Louisville NOW CAPT SEXTON James Sexton a well known Louisville boys who accepted a piitioa withth Paducah bow ball IMm br been promoted to the cspUJncyi it the twitn in ksogaltioa of hlallu U MrrioM u p hustling good playa Jtitt1 w ny- friUd8 here are fj 4 i rIsle pro- motfo 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Patrick Wallace a middleaged farmer of Kilfinane died at the Kilmallocl workhouseThe naval dwellings under process of erection in Queenstown are progress ing satisfactorily The body of Ellen Murphy who was accidentally drowned in the River Lee three weeks ago has been recovered It is rumored that Kylemorc Castle has been bought by the Duke of Man Chester The Duchess of Manchester iis an American girl and Mils from Ohio The tenders for the Carnegie free library have been brought to the attention of the Cork corporation and have been referred tothe Committees on raw and Finance It seems practically certain that Denis Kilbride will be the Nationalist candidate to succeed M J Minch who has resigned as a member of Parliament South Kildare The foundations of the Brother Burke jubilee memorial schools were recently laid at Our Ladys Mount County Cork The Right Rev Bishop OCallaghau con ducted the ceremonies James Fitzgerald a callle drover sixty five years old sat down beside a lImekiln near Clonmel and was suffocated Fitz gerald had been in the habit of sleeping near the limekiln though repeatedly warned not to do so A stonemason named Groghan at Miltown County Galway while engaged On the roof of a house at the railway station slipped and fell to the ground thirty feet below He died without regaining consciousness King Edward and Queen Alexandra desire to visit Ireland during the ap proaching summer but no definite date nor arrangements have been made for that event It is probable however that the King and Queen will land from the royal yacht at Queenstown Capt Donellan an Irish member of the British Parliament has been informed by the Department of Agriculture that its expert has reported favorably on the pro posed motor service between Midleton and Ballycollon The project has been brought to the notice of Lord Iveagh and Mr Pirrie Brother Thomas died recently at Mount St Joseph Abbey Roscrea County Cork at the age of seventytwo and in the fiftieth year of his profession He was the son of John Monahan a farmer of the County Limerick and at theage of twentytwo joined the Cister- cian Order at Mount Melleray In 1878 he was among the few sent to found a branch at Mount St Joseph Roscrea- J Francis Xavier OBrienof Cork has resigned his position as General Secretary of the United Irish League of Great Britain after serving faithfully during the last thirteen years His resignation was accepted with regret and he was tendered a cordial vote of thanks by the organiza tion Mr OBrien made many sacrifices- to the cause of Ireland He will proba bly be succeeded by Joseph Devlin who has been recently touring the United States in the cause of the United Irish LeagueThe people of Waterford city and county held another very successful fair in St Patricks Park overlooking New town The show was mainly for dogs and poultry The Department of Agri culture and Technical Instruction exhibited their premium bulls and to holdout further inducements to the farming classes to visit the show the society awarded prizes in a few classes for cattle Classes for polo ponies and horse jumping competition were also added The total entries numbered over 600 Two young ladies recently forsook the world for the habit and duties of the Sisters of Mercy The ceremony took place at the convent chapel of the Sisters of Mercy at Mallow The Right Rev Dr Browne Bishop of the diocese offi ciated at the ceremonies The young ladies were Miss Thornhlll daughter of William Thornhlll of Ligana Cottage Silmallock who became Sister Mary Kevin and Miss Hannigan only daughter of the late William Hannigan of MaryPinbarCONUNDRUMS What islands are best for picnicgoers The Sandwich Islands What is most like a half moon The other half Why are troublesome visitors like trees- ini winter Because it is a long time before they leave What is that which everybody has seen but will never see again Yesterday What is the best day for making pancakes Friday Why is the snow different from Sunday Because it can fall on any day in the week Why is coffee like an ax with a dull- edge Because it must be ground before it is used What is the best land for Hllle kittens LaplandWhat letter of the alphabet is necessary toi make a shoe The last YOUR WEDDING RING A long time ago the wedding ring was worn on the forefinger and was thickly studded with precious stones People theourourMadonna in Rome will remember that in oBe or two of them there is glistening ring on the forefinger of her right hand but with Christianity came the wearing of the wedding ring on the third finger ofethere being a win that runs from that finger to the heart Is nonsense Its use originated in this way The prWfirst put ton the thumb saying IK the- name of the atllKo the forefinger adding In the MIMolthe loaIIOtt isll b 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 Hllle deposits and pay you 3o CONFOUND 0i INTEREST Ky Title- Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily unlil 3 p mj Saturdays until 7 p m Our Optical Department is firstclass Eyes tested free and satisfaction guar anteed JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAnd Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 214 4R MA1ZI4E T ST Telephone Main 1189 Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas CBTHOMPS0 FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES logo All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W QR3 3N ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Drown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requiring about half feed of other chickens They lay about 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 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1001 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 PUREBRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER- A year old forsale I have oni too many and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street the second finger repeating in the name of the Holy Ghost and on the third finger ending with Amen and there ft stayed CHANCE FOR GENIUS Why does not some inventive genius turn his attention to the problem of pockets for women Heaven knows there Is aa opportunity for some fertile brain Every woman feels the inconvenience other pocketl esa condition and all but the most amiable reseat practically because of their truththe perennial Jokes per petraled rsgardteg the difficulty of Sad inK a wonwn8 pocket what it does exist 0 4MKENNACALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out STEWART BROTHERS 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERS BUILDERS j BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention WinesLiquors Cigars JOL BENNETTS EX6flfiNGEYf N E Cor Preston and Jefferson EERMAM BEOS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially r PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BONDaTelephone 1948 234 Sixth Street C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streots Telephone 2241 x W H PAINE Tin Slate and Iron Roofing ALSO TIN SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK Dealer in Stoves Tinware Hardware etc Repairer of Hot Air Furnaces HOnB PHONB 6003 453 18th Street Bet Broadway and MapleF LOW RATES TO California Washington Oregon Idaho Montana and Utah VIA BiD Four Route One Way Colonist Tickets at very low rates on sale dally until June 16lh 1003 Particulars I Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned WARREN J LYNCH Genl Pass and Ticket Agent W P DEPPE Asst Genl Pass and Ticket Agent Cincinnati O S J Oates General Agent louisville Ky FINE TRAINS TO FLORIDA FLORIDA LIMITED CHICAGO AND FLORIDA SPECIAL changefromnati and IDuiaville to Jacksonviller and Stto Augustini VXA Southern Railway and Queen GresoMt Route These trains arc the fine itand fastest In the South and carry dining cars obeer nation carsdrawingroom sleepers eon partment cars and club cars For toftd descrtpt4raofFlorida address any agent of the Southern Rail AgetLextglonC Ga7Pass z S tQN UOKY IRISH AlIIERIOAN r j WATHENSSherbels IceHAVE THREE STRONG POINTS j PURITY QUALITY PRICE I Try them and you will be convlned CreamII shipped as far as 400 miles HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 629 EIGHTH STREET GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HKATI- NGSTOVES w CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second S SSI S P9 weather when Mothers Bread is cheaper than flour Leave a standing fl 9 order with your grocer and just say IMOTHERSI 1 fj IBREAD GOODNESS g SAKE V VVVVVVVV VVVV VV VVVVVV iUS- adEspertArmu SPENCER votingIlteat PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Success S CALL on wnrrc ron run INFORMATION UtlINaUtill But ilfldi 8 BusinessMAINmO LOUISYILLEKY College = 1 I DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN J Dougherty Man11UNDEQTAIEQS U 11225 IJ West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth TEINPHOllTII 12402u ClAll Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night riages Furnished for All Occasions Oarmnmn D Dougherty Telephone j S9Q2Z i FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY r HHI l IInH I I I I HH Ht IH I I 1H11tl1ll111JulHIl1J HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 cr cr BAERETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 3i11+lolIlH H 1 I 1 H+l+H+tll 1 +1 I+H+Jut rJut I I l+I+H+IH 0 DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen+ r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN nREwIL IG OOMPANY INt30P Ole TED TELEPHONE 452 LOITII61VZX K XY c o c ag H H I IKENTUCKYK IRISHH PiMERICIkNm PRINTINGll CijIi IIsnow Fully Equipped to do All Kinds of Job Printing in tbeILatest Style Give Us a Trial Order 1 5Gw ITickets Dodgers Invitations Note Heads iI Bill Heads Programs Envelopes Etc aHorne pIlone 946 II 326 W GREEN STREET I GALA DAY Anticipated by Members of Young lIens Institute Councils Joint Initiation to bo Hold at St Anthonys Hall Sun day Week Picked Degree Team Will Ex eiuplify the Work of the New Ritual VISITORS FROM VARIOUS POINTS The three local councils of the Young Mens Institute are preparing for a joint initiation to be held at St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streets on Sunday June 7 Thus far sixty candi dates are eligible to initiation and more are expected as great rivalry exists among the various councils as to which one will have the largest number of new members The initiation will begin promptly at 2 oclock in the afternoon Six young men from New Haven will be among those initiated A special train will be run from New Haven to Louis ville and quite a lot of New Haven members of the order will visit the city Many visitors are expected from South ern Indiana Lexington Covington Newport Bellevue Cincinnati Frank fort and Carrollton This will be the first exemplification of the new ritual hence more than unusual interest is attached to the forthcoming initiation Among the distinguished visitors will be the Rev Father Ignatius N Ahmann Grand Chaplain of the Ken tucky Jurisdiction of the Y M I Father Ahmann has had much to do with drafting and perfecting the new ritual which it is believed will soon be adopted by the Supreme officers as the standard degree work of the order During the initiation a trained choir of male voices will render appropriate se lections Both the choir and degree team have been rehearsing for several months and have their respective parts toperfectionThe e team will be made up as follows James B Kelly Ben Hund Joe Piazza and Harry Swann of Trinity Council John J Crotty Harry Colgan Will McNally William Perry and John Fahey of Satolli Council George Lautz Charles Raidy Walter Adams and Hugh Higgins of Mackin Council The paraphernalia to be used will be purchased in Cincinnati The robes and other insignia will be rich In design and will add materially to the interest in the initiatory ceremonies THREE BROTHERS PRIESTS The Rev William H Gerdon and the Rev Charles F Gerdon will celebrate their first masses at the Catholic church at New Middletown Ind on Tuesday June 9 The choir of St Marys Catholic church New Albany will furnish the music under the direction of Professor Merl These two young priests are brothers of the Rev Father Joseph Ger don of Lanesville Ind and are gradu ates of St Meinrads College DOSS VS CINCINNATI RESERVES The Frank Goss baseball team and the Cincinnati Reserves one of the strongest aggregation of amateur baseball men in the United States will meet at Eclipse Park at 315 oclock tomorrow afternoon The Frank Goss team has twice beaten the All Professionals this season and are playing a fast game The Cincinnati Reserves have beaten everything that has came their way this season and sev eral hundred of their admirers will come down from the Queen City to root for their favorites The game will be called at 315 oclock sharp UNITY COUNCILS OUTINO The eighth annual outing of Unity Council Y M I of New Albany will be held at Sugar Grove on Monday June 1 the day after tomorrow The boat will leave the foot of State street at 830 oclock sharp Dancing will be free both on the boat and at the picnic grounds The committee of arrangements Is made up of Matt J Roth Joe F Truedean Prank J Renn Fred A Kurzendoerfer and Joseph B Fullenhouse New Albany members of the Y M I have always attended the functions of Louisville councils and it is believed that many members of Satolli Maekin and Trinity Councilsl will attend Unify1 cratingod Monday a WITHOUT WARNING James GUI Received InjurIes Which Caused His Death James Gill a switchman in the employ of the Kentucky Indiana Bridge Com pany met with an accident early Satur day morning that caused his death several hours later Gill was one of a crew engaged in switching a heavy train of cars when one of the stakes on a car loaded with logs became loosened A log rolled off and fell upon Gill When the other members of the crew came to his assistance it was found that his leg had been broken and that he was inter nally injured He was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital All that medical science and careful attention could do availed naught He died a few hours later The deceased lived with his wife and one child at 2029 Bank street The remains were taken to Frankfort for interment on Sunday afternoo- nFRANEFORT Preparing For Big Celebration I of the Fourth of July r The Young Mens Institute will again this year take the lead in the celebration of the Glorious Fourth At this weeks meeting of Lambert Young Council a special committee was appointed to make arrangements lot the annual Fourth of July picnic and outing which has been held every year since 1890 The com mittee is already hard at work perfecting arrangements for the great annual event and the Kentucky Journal predicts it will be as grand a success as the ones hereto fore given by tliis popular organization Thursday evening Lambert Young Council gate the last of its series of select dances at Y M I Hall bringing to a close the social season in the Capital City The music was fine and a pleasant evening was enjoyed by the large num ber of young people who attended RECENT DEATHS Thomas McMannon died at the residence of his mother Mrs Catherine Mc Mannon 1012 Franklin street on Friday morning He was thirtyeight years old and had suffered from liver troubles The funeral took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament The interment was in St Louis cemetery Mr Me Mannon was well known and highly re spected in the East End Michael MTorpey aged thirtyeight years brother of Joseph Toipey Yard Master for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company died suddenly at Beattyvllle on Friday of last week The remains were brought to the residence of his brother Joseph Torpey 1310 Sixth street this city and were buried from St Paula church Rev Father York officiating at 130 oclock Sunday after noon The interment was in St Louis cemetery Joseph Gill died at his homeon Chartres street New Albany late Sunday night after an illness of two years He suffered from a severe attack of dropsy The de ceased was fortyfive years of age and leaves a wife and two children The funeral took place from Holy Trinity church Wednesday morning The in terment was la Holy Trinity cemetery Mr Gill was a popular member of Division 1 A O H of New Albany His friends attended the funeral in large numbers and their heartfelt sympathy is extended to his bereaved wife and children Mrs Mary Donohue an aged and respected lady of Shelby county died in the Olive Branch neighbornood near Shelbyville last Saturday Her death occurred at the home of her son Joseph M Douohne Death resulted from the infirmities incident to old age The de ceased was a native of Ireland where she was born ninetytwo years ago The interment was in Grove Hill cemetery The remains were followed by a large concourse of friends on Sunday morning to the Church of the Annunciation at Shelbyville where Rev Father Fitzgerald conducted the solemn funeral obsequies MRS GIBBONS OUT j Mrs Jane Gibbons the estimable mother of John Gibbons who sustained painful injuries by stepping on a nail and was coflfinedjto tier home 1301 East Oak street New Albany for nearly two weeks Is again able io use the injured member CLOSING EXERCISES TheclOMexerdof St Louis hutran4s t will be held at Bertrand Hall on Jane 1t 8 oclock pm a CELTIC WINDOW Erected As a Memorial to tireI Late Vicar General Sbooby Church at Lismoro Adorned by a Beautiful Allegorical Art Work St Patrick and King Diarmud Are tho Two Central Figures SOME SCENES OF ANCIENT IRELAND A beautiful stained glass window has been erected in the church at Lismore a a memorial to the late Very Rev Archdeacon Sheehy formerly parish priest and Vicar General of Dungarvan who died at the latter place on January 20 1002 Father Sheehy had been stationed in Lismore as curate for twentythree years and was greatly beloved by the peopleThe memorial window is a beautiful tribute to this man of God and a full1 description of it will not be out of place inasmuch as it is an essentially Irish window the system of panelling and the ornamental setting being purely Celtic There are three scenes the central and largest representing the argument be tween St Patrick and the Archdruidl Luchru King Diarmuid with his fol lowers have come out to meet St Patrick who is shown standing with his monks and young Benignus who carried the books all the way St Patrick is shownI in the robes of a Bishop with staff andI mitre his right hand upraised holding the shamrock as he demonstrates the Trinity The King is seated listening intently to the argument his arm resting on his shield Luchru stands immediately behind a fine figure in his Archdruids dress his angry gesture indicating his defeat The figure of the Queen is espe cially beautiful her handsome face filled with wonder as she listens to the strange words of the saint Behind her are grouped the soldiers and followers of the King the background being the hill and forts of Tara In the lower panel Is a representation I of the landing of St Columbkille at Iona The boat with slackened sail is nearing the shore on which is standing a group of armed men St Columbkille in his monks dress with bare head and ton sure is standing in the bow of the boat steadying himself by the forestay with one hand whilst in the other he holds aloft the cross as if he were addressing the group on shore Behind him stands another monk with hook whilst others are busy with the boat The upper scene is that of St Bridgld at Kildare The saint is seated under the old oak surrounded by a group of peasant girls while she explains to them the mysteries of her religion In this as in the other scenes the chief point of insistence is the Irish character All the figures are Irish idealized of course and strangely dressed according to our modern ideas but the spectator feels as he gazes at the scenes that the people shown there are his own people The coloring of the whole window is soft and richAs in all Celtic works the beauties are only revealed to the continued gaze Then the immense amount of detail slowly unfolds itself and the splendid harmony of the whole is understood It is in fact a window to be seen not glanced at The committee intend to erect two smaller stained glass windows beside the large one on an early date and with this end in view they now in vite subscriptions from those who have not yet subscribed to the memorial fund in order to enable them to carry out their commendable projectP- OPULAR EXCURSIONS The Southern Railway Company an nounces a rate of 125 to Evansville Ind and return for tomorrow only The train will leave Louisville at 730 oclock Seventh street Union Depot and will arrive at Evansvllle at 1230 p m Returning the train will leave Evans ville at 030 and reach Louisville at 11 oclock p m The Southern Railway Company also advertises a rate of 376 to Evansville bad and return on Tuesday June 2 Tickets will be good returning on or before I June 4 This latter rate is made order that residents of Louisville inII visit the Evanville Horse Show further information call on or address C Ho Hungerford District Passenger I Southern Railway Company 23j1 Fourth avenue Louisville I t n n mimmmmiimmmimimiimmmif w 1 ANNUAL OU 1 M w MM OF w M IMACKIN COUNCIL I 0 Grove75L w w w TUSDflY JUNE 9 1903- s M o-w M- w Boats Leave First St Dock at 8 a m and I p m Dancing Free =w M-w A= Meals Served by Council TICKETS 25 CTS =w 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