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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I I j jr uI1 1 Ni i AMERICAN t GLUME XNO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 6 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTSr i ORGANIZED State Federation of Catholic Societies Is On a Firm Footing Able Officers Will Preside Over the Destinies of the Movement Order Brought Out of Chaos and Much Good Will Prevailed VISITING DELEGATES ENTERTAINED Delegates from five counties met at the Louisville Hotel Tuesday afternoon and after deliberating three hours organized a State Federation of Catholic Societies elected able officers nearly equally dis tributed among the five counties repre sented and adjourned to meet at the call of the Slate officers To say that the meeting was marked by enthusiasm would be putting it too mildly Every delegate was overflowing with enthusi asm and at times little storm clouds arose on the horizon which when swept away only made the meeting a more pleasant one Out of what seemed to be chaos came the foundation of a perma nent and stable organization As all the movements have had small beginnings the leaders of the State Federation move ment need not fear for the future of this organization Able and true men arc at the helm and will in a short time make this movement felt in every county in Kentucky where there is a Catholic communityAlthough the hour set for the meeting was 2 oclock it was half an hour later before the delegates assembled in the East parlor of the Louisville Hotel where Dr Joseph W Fowler the National Executive Committeeman called them to order Among the prominent people present were Dr C D Witte of Dayton Dr M Casey of Carrollton Thomas J Con nolly of Newport Judge M T Shine of Covington Judge H W Rives of Lebanon and the following from Louis vide Mrs Mary Begley Miss Llzzie- tJcIreodr +Mies 11fo11ieBurke Af las Afazq Sheridan Dr J W Fowler Hon Ed ward J McDermott Eugene J Cooney William M Higgins John J Barry James Noouan James Kenealey Patrick T Sullivan Newton G Rogers Henry Bosquet William T Meehan James T Kelly John J Crotty John Rudd Dr F A Clarke Harry Colgan and others Dr Fowler after calling the meeting to order welcomed the visiting delegates to the city in a neat but brief address He stated the object of the meeting He then introduced Dr C D Witte of Dayton who made a brief address of thanks on behalf of the visiting delegates for the hearty welcome accorded them Dr Fowler then called on William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American to say a few words on federa tionMr Higgins said among other things The federation of Catholic societies either in a parish city county State or nation or in a grand gathering of all the nations of the earth should be no new thing Catholics are taught in their in fancy that their Holy Mother church is a united one In our little yellowbacked catechisms of the present day we learn that the ninth article of the Apostles Creed is I believe in the holy Catholic church Then the question is asked Has this church any marks by which we may know it Yes It is one it is holy it is Catholic and apostolic- It Is one Its unity its federation has come down to us from the time of the Savior Himself and from His apostles In the Poor Mans Catechism a work in vogue in the high schools and col leges of England Ireland and America more than sixty years ago the author a priest of the Order of St Bernard de voted a whole chapter to the unity of the Catholic church In our own day Cardi nal Gibbons in his Faith of Our Fathers has devoted a chapter to the unity of the church One God one faith one baptism Why then should we need the apt proval of our Holy Father Pope Leo XIII and a majority of the American hierarchy to make us believe in union in federation unless it is that we have be come lukewarm in that faith Federa tion is as old as the church itself It is part of the church and the Savior has sairllithe gates of hell shall not prevail against it I ask you then as true Catholics tq get together and form in this State a federation of Catholic so cieties of which we all may be proud We are here to discuss intelligently all Catholic affairs and our work needs united action Dr Fowler read a telegram from An lljohy Maitre National Secretary of the Catholic Federation bearing greetings to the Kentucky Federation from the national officers At this juncture it was moved to nom inate temporary officers Judge Shine was Instantly on his feet demanding to know the object of the meeting He said they were not forming the organize Lion properly that Louisville had too many delegates present that according to the bylaws and constitution of the nationall federation it was necessary tojj n t lJJ have duly accredited delegates from five counties present lie Insisted that each county federation was only entitled to two votes He further stated that he was one of two duly accredited delegates from Kenton county and that hebad never been Invited nor formally notified of this meeting- Dr Fowler convinced Judge Shine that five counties were represented Jefferson Campbell Kenton Carroll and Marlon that in sending out notices the officers of the Jefferson County Federation had first written to the pastors of all the Catholic churches in the State asking them to notify the various societies and asking them to call the matter to the attention of their respective church societies In order that county federations might be CONTINUED ON THIRD PAGE J ANNUAL PICNIC Of St Philip Norls Church Will Be Held at Phoenix Hill Park The fifth annual picnic of St Philip Neris church will be given at Phoenix Hill Park on Thursday July 10 Good music wilt entertain the patrons of the picnic in the hall and in the park Re freshments will be served during the afternoon and evening and supper will be served from 430 till 8 oclock In the evening The following articles will be disposed of soon after the picnic holders of picnic tickets being entitled to chances on the articles One fine large rug room size valued at 15 a ladys suit worth 15 two pairs lace curtains worth 15 a ladys hat worth 10 a gentlemans- suit worth 10 a parlor rocker worth 7- a gentlemans hat worth 8 and other useful articles whose values are unknown Rev Father Ackerman pastor of St Philip Neris congregation deserves well of the entire community and this picnic should be largely attended I I SUDDEN DEATH Overtook Edward Deeloy a- Very Popular Young Man Edward Deeley a well known young man and member of St Louis Bertrands congregation met with an unfortunate accident last Friday afternoon and re ceived injuries which resulted in his death on Saturday morning Mr Deeley stoppedat a pumpat Seventh and Oak streets to get a drink of water In turn ing away his foot slipped on the mossy stones Deeley fell backward and in falling fractured his skull He was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital All that loving care and medical science could do was of no avail and he died in the early hours of Saturday The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock Monday morning The Interment was in St Louis cemetery Deceased was thirty two years of age He was the son of the late James and the late Catherine Deeley He leaves two sisters Mrs Michael Baldwin and Miss Maggie Deeley Mr Deeley was a young man well thought of and his untimely death is greatly regretted I COUNTY BOARD Makes Further Arrangements for the Annual Irish Field Day The County Board Ancient Order of Hibernians held its regular meeting on Wednesday night County President Pat Sullivan was in the chair The Field Day Committee reported that Sunday August 23 had been selected for the field day celebration Fern Grove was recommended the best place for the games The report was made by Chair man Mike Tynan and was received with applauseThe on St Anthonys Hos pital reported that the Franciscan Sisters announced that in case the Ancient Order of Hibernians ward would be filled other rooms would be provided for the mem bers Messrs Pete Cusick Pat Welsh and George Butler were appointed a committee to settle the accounts of the military company It was decided to allot the same work to each division as was allotted to them last year That is Division 1 will be in charge of the field day games Division 2 will be in charge of the advertising Division 3 will be in charge of the prizes and Division 4 in charge of the refreshment Messrs Pat Welsh John J JBarrry Mike Tynan and W T Meehan were appointed a committee to arrange for asocial session of the County Board Members of all the divisions will be in vited to attend An interesting pro gramme of short talks and vocal and In arrangedWilliamto the County Board on the work accomplished by the State Federation of Catholic societies 1 GRATIFYING INCREASE It is with gratification that the officers of St Josephs Orphan Society announce that 105 new members have been added to its rolls during the past year This society cares for the German Catholic orphans located at St Josephs Orphan Asylum at Crescent Hill On Pentecost Sunday the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey administered confirmation toa lass at that great charitable institution cE- c NEW RITUAL Of the Young Mens Institute Will Bo Exemplified Tomorrow Throe Local Councils Will Hayo Many Candidates For Initiation Visitors Are Expected to Como From Towns in This and Other States THE GREATEST ENTHUSIASM PREVAILS The first initiation under the new ritual of the Young Mens Institute will take place in this city tomorrow afternoon The three local councils Mackin Trinity and Satolli will conduct the initiatory services About eighty candidates are expected to take the degrees The joint initiation will take place at St Anthonys Hall beginning promptly at 2 oclock and visitors are expected from New Haven Ky Frankfort Bellevue Cov Ington Lexington Indianapolis and other points The Young Mens Institute is a grow ing order and nowhere is it growing more rapidly than here in Louisville Each council is striving to outdo the other in point of membership every member of each council wants to see his council larger than any other At the same time they are all working for the success of the whole order The quality of the young men is looked into more than one would expect and candidates for initiation into the Young Mens Insti tute must show an excellent record The chief interest in tomorrows initia tion lies in the fact that this will be the first exemplification of the new ritual which is said by those who have read it to be second to no secret societys ritual in the United States It combines relig ious historical chivalric and patriotic features The ritual was mainly written by the Rev Father I N Ahmann of Carrollton Grand Chaplain of the Ken tucky jurisdiction and supervised by other leading members of the order It is safe to say that at least 500 mem bets of the order will be present toWi7 ness the first exemplili ffon of the new ritualAn important adjunct will be the vocal music rendered by a trained choir under the leadership of Prof James Perry The officers robes and paraphernalia have art rived and have been greatly admired by all who have seen them William T McNally of Satolli will act as master of ceremoniesTrinity Council will have fortyeight candidates for initiation At the last meeting held Monday night Ed Hosier and James B Kelly captains of rival teams engaged in getting new members were jubilant Each one thought he had the greatest number Mr Kelly reported eleven but Mr Bosler did a little better with thirteen Trinity held a special meeting last night to vote on the new membersSatolli Council also has a large number to be initiated A special meeting of this council will be held tonight to ballot on the new candidates Mackin Council also comes to the front with a large force of recruits A special meeting was held of that body on Thursday evening and another meeting will be held tomorrow morning Taking everything into con sideration the big initiation promises to eclipse any former Young Mens Institute celebration held in this city or State ETERNAL REST Came Calmly and Peacefully to Mrs Michael Lally an Estimable Lady Peaceful and happy was the death of Mrs Michael Lally which occurred at the family residence 3028 Bank street at 3 oclock Sunday morning She was conscious to the end and died fortified by the sacraments of the church and sur rounded by her husband and children She had been ailing for more than a year but did not take to her bed until three weeks ago She suffered from a complication of diseases but bore the agony with beautiful Christian fortitude Mrs Lally was born in this city forty eight years ago Her maiden name was Miss Maggie Flynn She had lived nearly all her life in Portland and was highly respected in the community Be sides her husband she leaves five children to mourn her loss They are Miss Sarah Lally and Joseph Harry Penny and John Her sister Mrs P W Naughton of Chicago and her brothers Messrs Joseph and Thomas Flynn of Fairmount 111 arrived here in time to attend the fnneral which took place from the Church of Our Lady In Portland at 10 oclock Tuesday morning The inter ment was In St Louis cemetery The remains were accompanied to the grave by a large concourse of sorrowing friends The floral designs were numerous and handsome I BOURKB COCKRAN IMPROVES The pleasant news has come across by cable that the lIon Bourke Cockran has greatly improved in health and is now II IJ sojourning in Ireland Mr Cockrau recently experienced tft severe spell of illness and had to gSto Egypt on aCt count of its climate SVhi1e there his health greatly improved and on his return to Europe he split some time in Rome Berlin and Brussels His stay in Ireland will no doubt eve an enjoyable one He will return America in time to take part in thef xmventlon of the National Catholic Federation JWI PENTECOST v Sound and safe Hfc Noahs ark Rides in triumph Meters bark Breasting wind and wave Wicked spirits in their might I Rave to slnkherAeft and right All In vain theyrave Why those furies from below overthrowNor For the future wily have fears I After nineteen hundred years Pentecost brlngijjoyl Bright Is Holy Spfrfts day Under pennant flats array We our faith renew Steering over changing lieas Whether hurricanor breeze Gallant is our crew Many a ship was sunk that sailed Holy church has ever failed Down or on thct crest Millions on her trlris she bore Brought them safe to heavens shore To that port of rest Rnv WIIAM GAUSKPOHI Ifo GREATfFALL I I Taken Out of Gen Baden Powell bylAdmlral ONeil J iGenof the Brtish army is at present touringtbe United States with his friend Major Gen Corbin of- tthe United States army Apropos of this tour the Leader of Newark N J tells the following story 1 Gen BadenPowell and Major Gen Corbin were inspecting a Southern shipbuilding plant a few days ago While looking pver the fine seven mastedsteel schooner Thomas W Law son Gen Powell remarked to the master thereof Capt Jeremiah Crowley and others in a group Including Capt John Murphy of Boston whb has just made his fortieth trip around the Horn and Admiral ONeil of the United States navy that biitB1B a tt see a ship and a s PYa reaS thi lfhat was creditable to the AngloSaxon race IIDy gracious broke in Admiral ONeil Id like to know where in th- ehl the AngloSaxon comes in This shipyardwith its whole series of plants was planned by menof Irish blood More than 65 per cent of the scientific en gineers and artisans are Irish born or are of Irish blood and this great schooner the largest and finest in the world was planned by an IrishAmerican She was built by men of Irish blood her master is as Irish as the gun at Athlone though his family has been in America for gen erations and its owner Thomas W Lawson the Boston banker is as fine an IrishAmerican as I ever saw Gen BadenPowells AngloSaxon gun was not only silenced but spiked I MAOKINS OUTING Grand Excursion to Fern Grovo Takes Place on Next Tuesday Mackin Council Y M I will give its annual outing at Fern Grove on next Tuesday The morning boat will leave the foot of First street at 8 oclock The afternoon boat will leave at 1 oclock A good band will be aboard both boats going to and returning from the grove No f charge will be made for dancing either on the boat or at the picnic grounds Those who find it troublesome to carry baskets will be served with an excellent dinner at the grounds for twentyfive cents It is expected that this will be the largest and best picni ever given by Mackin Council EVery person who purchases a ticket will have a chance to win one of the sixtee- valuable prizes offered President Murphy is enthusiastic in his praise of the work of the Picnic Committee I GOOD EXAMPLE Ohio Irishmen of All Societies Will Unite iu OttO Grand- Celebration All the Irish societies in Ohio will meet at Columbus on September 19 and 20 to do honor to the name and fame of the Irish patriot and martyr Robert Emmet The event promises to be one of the largest ever held in Ohio and one of the most notable reunions of Irishmen of any one State ever held in the Union These united Irish societies will cele brate the one hundredth anniversary of the trial and conviction of Emmet The ceremonies will be held in the Columbus Auditorium and In Goodale Park One feature of the celebration will be the reenactment of the famous trial at which the Irish patriot waa condemned to death This will take place tin the stage in th AuditoriumWhy not th Hibernians of Ken tucky follow the ample of their Ohio brethren I uJ U 1 INITIATION Of Sixteen Candidates of the Hibernians Calls Forth v Enthusiasm Good Advice Given to Now Members by Newton G Rogers Division 3 Hold a FIne Meeting and Adopted Now ByLaws LOCAL DIVISIONS MAKING PROGRESS Division 4 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a large and satisfactory meet ing and initiation at Hibernian Hall last Sunday afternoon There is no more ardent lover of the order in the United States than President John H Hennessey and every member of his division receives a great part of his enthusiasm Strange and paradoxicaf it may seem the more enthusiasm be inspires in others the greater becomes his own Never be fare was this felt in so strong and marked a degree as last Sunday The degrees were conferred by the regular degree team Every member of It thoroughly understood the work allotted to him and the candidates for initiation caught the enthusiastic fever long before the exer cises of the day were over Michael Casper and Michael Glenn were proposed for membership The propositions were referred to committees The following candidates then entered upon their initiation Walter Henley William Dooley Myles Higgins John Duffy Joe Sullivan Richard Meaney Jphn Feeley Pat Keeney George Rellley Ford William Kohler James Regan Pat Glenn William Keeley Thomas Me Keirnan all of Division 4 and Aloysius Barrett and Toe Lynch of Division 2 The degrees were conferred 6y the following team John J Barry Patrician Joseph Hanrahan Bard Dave Reiliey Oracle John Hennessy Scribe and James Kenealey Grand Guide Among the distinguished members of the order present were County President Patrick T Sullivan State Secretary William T Meehan State Treasurer George BuU i IcePiesfdetTomD- olan of Division land Newton G- Rocers also of Division 1 During the conferring of the degrees Mr Rogers in a few well chosen remarks told the can didates of the honors that were being conferred upon them on this occasion and expressed the hope that each would learn to love the order the largest purely national Catholic society in the United States or in the world He told of the great good that had been accomplished by the society in a quiet but effective way and spoke of its great act in endowing a chair In the Catholic University at WashingtonAs said Mr Rogers we are a great force and a great benefit to each other Upon ourselves rests the future which we should strive to make a credit tour Holy Mother church He also spoke of the prevailing conditions 1 in Prance which he said would never have existed had the Catholics of France a united Catholic society like the Ancient Order of Hibernians or the American Catholic Federation Mr Rogers also reported the words of Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia in his address to the members of the Catholic Congress of Chicago when he told them the Ancient Order of Hibernians were a credit to the Catholic church and that they possessed more power than any member of the ordr ever dreamed of and urged all to be dutiful sons of the church true Hiber nians and as a consequence better citizens and a blessing to our country After tbe formal meeting the members adjourned to the anteroom where re freshments were served and a general good time was enjoyed for an hour The Kenc tucky style by Messrs Tom Langan John Reilly and John Broderick who saw that ediblesnmineral waters cigars etc Division 3 held a splendid meetin Monday night The principal businessI was the adoption of the new bylaws James Coleman delivered an appropriate address at the solicitation of the Literary Committee All present were enthusiastic in support of the Irish field day Division 1 will meet Tuesday night and Division 4 Wednesday night A large attendance of their respective divisions isI expected by Presidents Tynan and Hen nessey as field day matters will be dis cussed and committees appointed I LADIES TO NOMINATE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M I will hold an Important meeting next Tuesday night at which time officers for the ensuing year will be nominated Owing to the fact that the members attended the entertainment for visitors to the Catholic State Federatio- no meeting was held Tuesday night TYNANS TALL TALE Mike Tynan the genial Deputy Bailiff Dle vision 1 had a peculiar experence e Wednesday night Tynan tells it thisI way III WM on my waydown to the County j III Board meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and was aboard a street car Three squares away from my destination a fellow hailed me He was in the second story window of a flat building I left the car He bade me walk up stairs When I reached the top he opened the door about an inch and bade me sit down He said he was dressing and would be out in a few minutes I waited ten minutes before he came out and then what do you suppose he wanted He wanted to sell me a ticket to a picnic price fifty cents I told him we were going to have an Irish field day on August 23 where feats of strength were to be performed I invited him to be present and told him I would back him against all comers in a nerve tournament I NINE BISHOPS Attended Dedicatory Sorvicos of St Peters Now Church at Lowell St Peters church Lowell Mass was recently dedicated with imposing cere monies conducted by the Most Rev Archbishop Williams of Boston Eight other Bishops and more than one hundred priests assisted at the exercises The dedicatory sermon was preached by the Right Rev Bishop Garrigan of Sioux City The evening sermon was preached by the Right Rev Bishop OConnell of Portland Maine The new St Peters church is built of granite and is inside and out one of the most beautiful churches in the United States The cornerstone was laid in 1892 and the work of building the church has been in progress since that time Of the nine Bishops present three were born raised and educated in St Peters parish They are Right Rev Bishop Allen of Mobile Ala Right Rev Bishop Garri gan of Sioux City and Right Rev Bishop ODonnell of Portland The present rector of St Peters is Rev Father Michael Conan He is as sisted by the Rev Fathers Mullen Me Dermod and Heffernan I HAPPY TOURISTS Mr and Mrs Ben Horstman Are Enjoying a Euro pean Trip Mr and Mrs F Ben Horstman who are touring Europe have written two jreryJiriefbuUnterestingJettejrs pLtUeir travels to Messrs Theodore Schulthcis and George Glasford who are looking after their financial interests while Mr and Mrs Horstman are away Mrs Horstmans letter is written from Laer Germany the home of Mr Horst mans parents It bears the date of May 17 She says it has rained almost con tinually for two weeks previous Again shesays I would like to tell you about Ger many but I can not everything is so different from America If I would start to write about it I would never get through One thing I can say Europe so far as we have seen can not hold a candle to dear old America People here eat from five to seven meals a day and veryolittle meat and the other food wont stick to their ribs At home two meals would go father than seven here Mr Horstman writes from Koln a city on the Rhrine He says it is a beautiful place with lots of interesting things to see From there the tourists go to Cob lens thence to FrankfortontheMaln Before their return they will visit Rome I STREET PARADE Will Mark Annual Celebration of the Catholic Knights of America The Catholic Knights of America of Louisville Jeffersonville and New Al bauy will have their annual celebration a week from tomorrow The branches In the West End and those from Jefferson ville and New Albany will assemble at St Marys church Eighth and Grayson streets at 130 p m Thomas Dlgnan will be the Grand Marshal of the street policegand a brass band the procession will move south to Walnut street and thence east to Fifth passing the Cathedral where the members of branch 4 will join the procession The line of march will then be in Fifth to Market street east to Brook thence south to Jefferson Pass ing St Michaels church St Michaels branch will fall In The procession will move up Jefferson street to Jackson and thence to Green and into St Bonifaces church for vespers and the annual sermon on the order The sermon this year will be preached by the Very Rev Father Paul Alf It is expected that 2000 men will be in line on this occasion I I CENTRAL COMMITTEE TO MEET The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet at St Thisnwill be the first meeting of the body since the recent meeting of the Supreme Council at St Louis It Is important that every member of the committee should be present as reports will be made by Supreme Delegates Reichert and McGinn It is also intended at this meeting to perfect the final arrangements for the annual celebration on Sunday June 14 GRADUATES Wilt Como From Many Catholic Colleges antI Academies This Year Interesting Exorcises Will Mark the Closing Days atEach School The Young Are Taught That Money Is Not tho Only Good LEND THEM YOUR ENCOURAGEMENT r This is the season of the year when the crop of commencement exercises are har vested The crop this year bids fair to exceed all previous years in Kentucky both as to the number of graduates and in points of general excellence It is more particularly with the Catholic colleges and academies that our readers have to do In this diocese alone there are fifty eight parochiel schools three colleges for boys and twenty academies for girls Each and every one Qf these educational institutions will have appropriate com mencement exercises during the present month Wherever it is possible for you to do so encourage the good Sisters and Brothers conducting these schools and academies by your presence at the closing exercises These Catholic educational institutions arc doing a great work They are even now the bulwark of this great nation They teach the young that there is something to live for in this world be sides the gathering in of money The Catholic boy or girl who graduates from these colleges is taught that he or she has a soul and what profiteth a man to gain the whole world and lose his own soul At the same time they are taught to be selfrespecting and to seek honor in high places With this end in view all they may accomplish is done for the honor and glory of God The Presentation Academy on Fourth and Breckinridge streets will hold its commencement exercises on Monday June 15 The graduates will be Misses Margaret Cecilia Hannan Abigail Agnes Kennedy Mary Agnes King Agnes Philippine Rapp and Wilhelmina Char= IbtteWallerTfaeexerdsesbidfalrtcr surpass those of any previous year A varied and interesting programme will be presented In addition to the charm i lug vocal and instrumental music and essays harp and cornet solos and duets will be added this year Besides the regular art display the drawings and test papers and daily class room work will be on exhibition The exercises will begin at 10 oclock The ninetyfirst annual commencement exercises of Loretto Academy will be held on Thursday The graduates this year will be Misses Mary Louise Lemon Bonnieville Ky Alee Stewart Canton Ala Elizabeth Cecilia Condon Knox ville Tenn Elizabeth KatherinE Green Morganfield Ky Stella A Slattery Clarksville Tenn The Alumnae Asso ciation will hold its annual meeting at the academy on Wednesday Quite a number of Louisville people will visit Loretto on the occasion of the commence ment exercises- St Louis Bertrands parochial school will hold it closing exercises on Friday evening June 12 The exercises will be in Bertrand Hall adjoining the church at 8 oclock in the evening While there are no graduates the exercieswill be interestingas the children have been well trained A doll chorus for little girls will be a feature Holy Rosary Academy on Ormsby avenue near Fourth will hold its commencement exercises at 9 oclock next Thursday morning Instrumental and vocal music will be features of interest St Xaviers College on Broadway near Second the excellent educational In stitution for boys will have thirteen graduates this year young men all ex cellently fitted for a commercial life The commencement will be held in the college hall at 8 oclock in the evening Wednesday June 24 As usual the oratorical contest between members of the graduating class will be a feature of great interest Several grand choruses by the vocal classes will add interest to programmeNazareth that grand and historic old school for girls invites its friends to visit it on Thursday June 18 A special train will carry Louisville people to Nazareth that morning leaving Louisville at 7 oclock The commence ment exercises will begin at Oi30 oclock The exercises will surpass all previous efforts both in musical and literary exer cises The graduates this year will be Misses Margaret Fitzpatrick Memphis Tenn Julia Hogarty Lexington Ky Rebecca McElroy Lebanon Ky Stella OConnor Louisville Ky Bessie Town send Adairsville Ky Jewel Uhlhorn New Orleans La Miriam Wathen Louis ville Ky Teresa Watheu Louisville Ky The valedictorian is Miss Miriam Wathen of Louisville The Sisters and graduates of the Academy of the Sacred Heart will hold the commencement exercises of that most excellent educational institution atSt Martins Hall on Wednesday afternoon June 17 beginning at 2 oclock The programme will equal if not aurpw any of those yet announced c AD o tLtNTUOKY IRISH AltERIOANI KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN IINNINNNIINNI11 Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americans IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS IkIkKENTUCKY PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter tddieisail COllm olcatlonl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreen Street TFiA0E5 uBEI COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 6 1903 ATTENTION July 4 will be the fifth anni versary of the birth of the Ken tucky Irish American On that day the United States celebrated the victory of the American fleet over the Spanish fleet at Santiago f Since that eventful day the Ken tucky Irish American like the United States has spread out ia little We believe in expansion particularly as it applies to the Kentucky Irish American While we are thankful to those who have supported us there are a very few who are several years in arrears for subscriptions To those we re spectfully call attention that we would like to have our books bal anced before July 4 We would very much dislike to drop any sub scriber for beingin arrears ACTED NOBLY Law should be observed by pub lie officials especially law govern ing public expenditures yet we be lieve there will be general approval- of the prompt action of the acting Secretary of War in ordering the issue of rations tents blankets clothing and use of Government boats and property for relief of the sufferers from the Kansas floods It may be strictly speaking illegal for the acting Secretary to exercise such authority and to order ex penditures for which there has been no Congressional appropriation ia fact which the acting Secretary concedes since he says he does soon his own responsibility relying upon Congress legalizing his acts and appropriating to pay for iit afterward Certainly a violation of the letter of the law but justifi able and proper in emergency in volving life and property of an en tire community that will brook no- rr delay The acting Secretary in stead of being condemned will be commended for his prompt relief to the afflicted people of the flooded districts and we dare say there will not be an objection in Congress when the matter is submitted Of course partisans and sticklers for law may yelp but the bighearted 1 American people dont stand upon law or anything else when suffer ing is to be relievedthey promptly give relief their only regret being that they can not do more KENTUCKYS FEDERATION Kentucky is now in line with Eastern States in that it has a State Federation of Catholic Socie ties The organization of this body was accomplished at a meeting of delegates from five counties in the State who assembled in this cityt last Tuesday afternoon When it is taken into consideration that there are 119 counties in Kentucky it would seem that five counties were comparatively few YOU must remember that Jefferson Campbell and Kenton counties are the most thickly populated in the State Then remember that Car roll county was originally settled by Catholics as was Marion county Each and every one of these counties were represented Besides this is only a beginning There have been smaller beginnings The idea of federating all the Catholic societies in the United States originated with one man He secured the attention of others sud they became interested First cities and then counties were organized Later whole States went into it The movement has taken deep root in the East but is grad- uallY spreading westward Ken Lucky hung backT4e people here wanted to see the object and scope of the movement Now that 0a- a they do see it or at least some of us see it it will not be long before Kentucky takes her proper place in the line for federation This is not a political movement By no means This is a great and growing country of more than 70000000 of people It is not an AngloSaxon country We speak English as it were by accident of birth The nation is a homogene ous mass of Germans Anglo Saxons Scotch Irish Russians Poles Danes Swedes Norwegians French Spanish Italians Fortu guese Greeks Syrians etc There are Catholics among each of these races and every nation has its own Catholic societies Some work in a small way while others do greater work The object of federating them is to have the strong help the weak and to show to the world that American Catholics no matter whence came their forebears stand together At the same time this federation movement will by no manner of means rob the various national societies of their individ uality If he is a German Ameri can he will become a better Ger manAmerican for having joined the federation If an Irishman he will become a better Irish American The Germans are not seeking preferment over the Irish nor the Irish over the Germans nor is any one race seeking prefer ment over any other All are working in unison and for the com mon good They are working repro Deo Pro PatriaFor God for Country The Federation iis working for a united and elevating intelligent Catholic press bette- Catholic educational facilities and hence a more intelligent and God fearing people Small though it may seem that little gathering of Kentucky gentlemen and gentlewomen last Tuesday did a great work for Kentucky It showed that we were willing to learn Not only that it showed that we are willing to go out and educate others That was only the first step Now it behooves us to assist in the federation of the other 1 14 counties in the State The Jeffersop County Federation headed by National Executive Committeeman Dr J W Fowler deserves great credit for taking the initial step in forming this great State Federation Campbell and Kenton counties lent their aid grandly and willingly while Marion and Carroll lent their best en deavors And as to the matter of officers selected none could be better Dr C D Witte is a national figure among German American Catholic societies It has been his lifes ambition to unite the German with the Irish the Italian French and other American societies No better choice could have been made for President and the other officers are all in keeping with this excellent selection The Kentucky Irish American And the Katholischer Glaubensbote were endorsed as the official organs of the State Federation These papers sought no such endorsement and yet we can say that as far as the Kentucky Irish American is concerned it was not unexpected During the past five years this paper has tried to be eminently Catholic It has tried to be educational and elevating It has worked from the beginning for the advancement of our faith and for Catholic federation It hopes to do even more in the future than it has done in the pat and with your support it can and will do great things for the State and National federation In Kentucky there D LTAaL are 184000 Catholics In the dio cese of Covington there are 960 Catholic families and mote than 20000 Catholic families in the diocese of Louisville This means nearly 30000 Catholic families in the State and every Catholic family should read the current affairs of the federation It seems to require a lot of red tape and litigatipn to enforce law without resultin this city For years we have had law directing cleanliness of premises and purity of food for health with penalties for violation but still filthy prem ises and gutters impure milk and foods are common producing dis ease without any one being pun ished At last we are told decisions have been rendered that when affirmed by the Court of Appeals will stop the sale of impure milk We must have very defective laws and very inefficient city officials iif it requires years of delay and litiga tion and a final mandate from Frankfort to make effective our health regulations In other cities the law is enforced till set aside by higher courts here the law is h91d in abeyance till affirmed by higher courts In the meantime there are parts of the city reeking in filth impure foods are sold everywhere and the same class of deadly dis eases have their periodical seasons year by year butdont give tie town a badname I By conference and compromise were settled the strikes and lock outs of 100000 employes in New York and nearly 100000 in Chicago the past week It would have been far better had theyconferred and compromised without the strikes and lockouts but all have to learn and some folks learn only by experience It is sincerely hoped the associated J employer and progressive labor unionist of New York and the exchange employers and socialistlabor element of Chicago have learned that principles and theories may be all right to talk about but can not be enforced by strikes and lockouts however costly the experiment Better confine principles pollrtics where they belong and banish them from employers associations and labor unions which do best on a basis of justice business and common sense We do not know the specifica tions of the contract between the Electric Light Company and the city for public lights but turning on the lights an hour before dark in the evening when nobody needs them and turning them out a half hour before daylight in the morn ing when hundreds of people have to be about their business in inky darkness is not right The con dition of the streets and sidewalks- in some places require light for safe travel Will there have to be an accident and suit for damages as a result before this is remedied While other cities even New Albany and Jeffersonville are building interurban electric rail roads Louisville is still without them the franchises being refused or held up because it is claimed the companies are merely specula tive and the franchises illegal Is it not possible for Louisville to have a bona fide company to apply for and obtain a legal franchise and make this city what she ought to- bethe center ofan interurban railway system reaching out in all directions to bring people and trade Liberty I The loudest shriekers for liberty when liberty is not menaced only use the word as a text to urge depriving others of liberty When liberty is really endangered they are suddenly silent generally mhsing from the ranks and never counted among the dead and wounded of the fray In time of peace this is about the season of the year approaching the I Glorious Fourth that these liberty heroes have a spell and paint every thing red white and blue Between the commercial clubs of the State and the Catholic societies it looks as if Kentuckians were getting together I J a o t BACON SONS F Wish to announce to the Buying Public j of Louisville that their Gigantic JUNE CLEARANCE SALE will begin on Mon day next and will contain the greatest ever offered ataLouisville SaleI Ifeatures I Between Third and Fourth i00000000written RESCUED Sick and faint for many weeks Imprisoned in my quiet room With thin pale and sunken cheeks Bereft of healths bright bloom Slowly passed the dreary days Struggling with ebbing breath Sinking were the last lingering rays Of hope in the dark shades of death But a change steals oer me now And a rift is in the clouds of gloom The kiss of prayer upon my brow Savedrescued me from the tomb KATHtttBN DON L3AVV I SOGIEtY Miss Blanche Carr is visiting relatives in Natchez Miss Miss Salena Gleason is at Salem Ind the guest of Miss Cora Mitchell James E Burke of Jeffersonville haS left tor Martinsville where he will spend a few weeks Miss Margaret Malone has gone t Drown county Oij 1 to spend a month with friends y Misses Annie Bannon and Florence e Cassin have gone to Chicago to visit Mrs Edward Hines Miss Bessie Simms of Leavenworth Id who was recently operated on a St Josephs Infirmary is rapidly improving Bernard Mattingly of St Marys Ky and Miss Ltla Lyons of Chicago Ky will be united in matrimony in the nea future Mr and Mrs IL T Clifford prominen t in Indianapolis society circles are visit lug Mr and Mrs AL J Bannon 2105 West Market Street Al Arts who was ill for several days as- a result of an attack of gastritis has reo covered and is back at his post at Eugene Carraros Third and Green streets Mr and Mrs Frank Ackerman and their son Emil Ackerman who were th guests of Mr and Mrs Albert Ackerman at Logoda Ind have returned home Pat Flynn and cousin Miss Mary Con roy are home from New Orleans after a pleasant visit with Superintendent Flynn of the Illinois Central and other friends Joe Cooney the popular cigarmaker iis being congratulated over the arrival at his home of a young Democrat The lit tle one arrived Sunday night and his baptismal name will be John Miss Mary Meehan of 1167 East Broadway left this morning for Hannibal Mo for a four weeks visit with her daughter Mrs Grady Before returning Mrs Meehan will visit some of the dis tricts that suffered from the past weeks disastrous floods Mr and Mrs James Huber chaperoned a delightful party to Florida Heights Wednesday night In the party were Misses Lizzie Murphy Katie and Marga ret Coleman Mpllie McCarthy Agnes Laven and Mary Flynn and Messrs Ed Dalton John Sullivan Otto Griggs and Coole Quite a number of the friends of Mr and Mrs Patrick Delaney called upon them at their home 1211 Churchill street last Saturday evening to congratulate them upon the fifteenth anniversary of their marriage Although unexpected Mrs Delaney was equal to the occasion and all present were treated to an elegant supper The following ladies and gentlemen will form a delightful party that will leave Monday for the Kentucky river Ed Dalton George Sullivan Mrs John Duffy Misses Maggie Dalton M Jones Collins and Lizzie Sullivan The party will spend a week aboard the boat enjoy ing the beautiful scenery along the picturesque Kentucky riyefr FIRST COMMUNION i =Fourteen childwa will receive their first holy oommuntyn at St Aathonys 1 ihureh1 JtffttwmvilH Sunday June 11 L J n MARKET STREET 00 00 00I IBIG BUDGET Or News About People in and About the State Capi tal Frankforts Young Mens Institute to Celebrate With- a Picnic Several Juno Weddings Announced From the Blue grass Region VISITORS COMING TO LOUISVILLE Special Correspondence of the Kentuck y Irish American FRANKFORt KY June 4The many friends of Miss Margaret Griffin and Victor Lee Laughlin of this city were announceoment of their engagement The mar riage will occur at the Church of the Good Shepherd on the morning of Wednesday July 8 Immediately after the ceremony the happy young couple will take an extended trip East and will visit New York Philadelphia Washing ton and Atlantic City Miss Griffin ii- t I one of Frankforts prettiest and most at tractive young girls while Mr Laughlin is a progressive and uptodate young business man and exceedingly popular iii social circles Lambert Young Council Young Men- Institute I at its meeting last Sunday afternoon appointed the committee that will have charge of their twelfth annual picnic at Cove Spring Park July 4 W H Olberman J P Hanley T B New man J H Sower and D J McNamara comprise the committee and it goes without saying that they will exert every effort to far eclipse all previous success New and novel attractions together with all the old ones and a new and greatly improved street railway system should thee picnic The news of the death of Miss Nelli Hagerty at Lexington will be received with deep regret by her many friends in this city where she has often visited and by her charming manner and de- lIghtful personality she was enabled to number her friends by her acquaintances She was related to N A and J A Sulli van P H Newman Jr and William Kennedy in this city who attended the funeral at Lexington on Wednesday morning May her soul rest in peace Lexington papers announce the engage ment of Miss Catherine Clohersey of Lexington and John J McGurk of the same city Mr McGurk is well and favorably known in this city where he formerly resided and was extremely popular He is a member of the firm of McGurk Co and is a progressive young business man Miss Clohersey is a girl of most charming attractiveness and is also well known in this city where she has often visited Several members of Lambert Young Council Y M I contemplate going to Louisville Sunday June 7 to attend the joint initiation of Trinity Satolli and Mackin Councils at St Anthonys Hall Among the nnmber who will go are J H Lutkemeier W C Newman W H Olbermatr J F Dolan L Y Newman Capt W A Lutkemeier George B Salender J W Madigan and D J Mc McNamaraAmong the charming fair visitors in the Capital City during the week was Miss Mayme McAuliffe of Jeffersonville who was the pretty and attractive guest of Miss Nellie Lillis on Arlington HeightsThe City Council on Monday night passed an ordinance which insures for Frankfort one of the finest street railway systems in the South something that Frankfort has been badly in need of for years The Interurban Railway Com pany the purchaser of the Frankfort Sc Suburban railway which suspended several months ago also proposes to build and have in running order within twelve month from January 1 an electric rail way from Frankfort to Versailles which r 4 IsS being sold by us at cut prices contains about 1000 pairs S of ft youhaventJyour share quick A = LEVY BROS 4 will undoubtedly prove very beneficial toII Frankfort merchants iu bringing ness to Frankfort that formerly went to Lexington I The ice cream and strawberry given last week by the Young supperII I Society of the Catholic church was aI clearedjwhichj i I the sanctuary of the Church of the Goodl ShepherdThe M I closed the social seasonI last week with a delightful dance the last of a series of five all of which provedl I successful The next and only enter tainment to be given by this progressive society until fall is the annual Fourth of ParksCapt W A Lutkemeier has returne from Jackson where he went in charge of the commisary department of the Owinng to the illness of his father Capt Lutke Hse says that the newspaper reports of the situation are greatly exaggerated andl that things are not near so bad as they are daily being published by a sensa tional press Miss Rena Lee of New Albany Ind is the charming and attractive guest off her aunt Mrs John K Glenn on the South Side this week A marriage that will doubtless be quite a surprise to the friends of the contracting parties so dame rumor says willl occur on the fifteenth day of the present month The bride is one of whitee the groom is a progressive young business man residing in a distant city budwho formerly lived in Frankfort An there are also several others D J M STRAUBSNYDER Albert C Straub and Miss Teresa Sny der will be united in the holy bonds o matrimony at St Vincent de Pauls church next Thursday morning at 0 oclock Rev Father Ohle will perform the ceremony which will be followed by a solemn high mass Miss Amelia Haber stick will be the maid of honor and W D Williamson will be best man After the ceremony a reception will be held at the new home prepared for the happy couple at 1018 Wickllffe avenue Mr and Mrs Straub will take a bridal tour of ten days through the East Mr Straub who is a brother of Louis Straub the well known West End undertaker is chief clerk for the Utica Lime and Cement Company and has been connected with that company for eighteen years The is the daughter of Joseph Snyder of the Kentucky wagon works FATTIER AUDRANS MONUMENT The Catholics of Jeffersonville have erected a handsome granite monument to the memory ot the late Father Ernest Audran who was for many years pastor of St Augustines church The monu ment stands on high ground in St Augustines cemetery and is the work of Col Mike Muldoon Father Audran was born In France on October I 10 1823 He was ordained at Vinceunes Ind on April 26 1846 He was pastor of the Cathedral at Viucennes until 1868 I when he was sent to St Augustines church Jeffersonville There he until his death December 10 remainedI I monument will be unveiled ing ceremonies tomorrow afternoon Rev Father OConnell will officiate andwill be assisted by several venerable clergy men friends of the late rather Audran Polo is probably the oldest of athletic pOrts It hoe been traced to 600 B C iBetween Third iDud Fourth p000000000 I I I ladies bridetobe 1AND1 IRISH 8SOCIETYDIRECTORY 1A O H IDrViSIDN 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan RileyRecording Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank Stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the ofEach FordIWelchRecording J Kei ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keauey 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets Mondayevenings PresidentJohn Cavanaugh QuinnRecording oftF1anctal SecretarYWilliam Burns Twentythird street ButlerSergeautatArms DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes tday Evenings of Each Month HennessysPresident Thomas Lynch CallahanFinancial McGinndReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on TueSllayat HallfPresidentJohn Kinney HoganViceLynchSecretaryJohn KenneyFinancial OHern Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets HousebsoTwentysixth MurphyFirst DorntraegerHigginsRecordingSimonisCorresponding AdamsFinancial 2548StSteltenpohlMarshal ShaughnessyInside Outside SentinelPat Con- nolly50c Table DHote Dinner GREATEST EVER MUSIC AFTERNOON AND EVENING BY FIRST REGIMENTBAND ANDREW SEIBERT Direc- torBOULEVARD PARK- BOOKKEEPING T4imd1ettpttlerkuWro t161ia tI IISrrb w3 TWHAH xxrur icootraim in ruaM AM J- t Ii 7I- fl ii YLBi107T7SCIiY IRISH AM RIOAN t LDDAXFu- neral Q I Director and Embalmer iirgi4EPIcIONE 2300 E CHESTNUT ST e a STATIONERS PRINTERSBINDERS BOOKSELLERS The Bradley Gilbert Co INCOBTOBATBD Blank Book Paper Box Manufacturers RepHsenUllttt of the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc for all Machines Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE fl fMlfjto UumMIUi 6le mVIIU UtUg II Y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN E FRANK ALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Homo Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson St ft t+ r HENRY C LAUER rIxIDPI3orNiE 1140 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET JOHN F OBRTKLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY 1PETER M NDRmr X 8SANS WfiGijH MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST +s BIG FOUR ROUTE T- oIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave e s j GP TPitBt General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH GPA WM P DKPPH AG PA- cmcnUUTIO iI w q John T Murphy CANDY MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE JOBBER IN Picnic Novelties Sweet and Salted Peanuts Manufacturer of the FAMOUS BASE BALL POP CORN PACKAGE HOME PHONE563 12a7 EIiTitOAD 6RTAY- IHinolo Central Railroad VERY LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way anti Round- Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas ole Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call oa WJ McBride City Pane Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or addre Pi Wi Harlowi D PfAI uri11e e c 7- a v HOME OF MACKIN COUNCIL Y M I It is hoped proceeds of Tuesdays picnic will free it entirely from debt ORQANIZhD CONTINUED PROM FIRST PAGE formedand delegates elected to the State Federation He had received responses sufficient to warrant the calling of the convention and displayed a letter showing that Judge Shine and John Gausepohl had been selected to act as delegates from Kenton county Eugene J Cooney Secretary of the Jefferson County Federation explained that so many Louisville people were present not to vote but for the purpose of welcoming the visiting delegates and making them feel at home They were not present to take any unfair advantage of Judge Shine or any other delegate Judge Shine had his convention fighting clothes on and refused to be pacified He said he knew as well as anybody how to form a State Federation and he pro posed to have it done properly Hon Edward J McDermott tried to pour oil on the troubled waters by saying he hoped the Louisville delegates would show deference to the visiting delegates The Louisville delegates had deference to burn but the irate jurist from Kenton did not want deference He wanted an argu ment and he got it He had it all by himself When he finally stopped for breath William M Higgins stated that this was only a temporary organization and that there was no occasion for tech nicalities Judge Shine insisted that Dr M Casey of Carrollton was not a dele gate since there was no federation in Carroll county Dr Casey explained that he represented the Young Mens Institute of Carrollton the only Catholic society in the county Judge Rives explained that he repre sented tie Y M I of Lebanon He came for information He wanted to learn how to form a County Federation Judge Shine insisted that only three counties were represented- Dr Fowler Mr Cooney Dr Witte Pat Sullivan aud several others read the following clear and concise section from Article 2 of the constitution Each county and State shall have full direction and control of the methods of its organization This was plain to everybody but Judge Shine but the sun of perspicuity refused to shine on his mental horizon He could not see it He wanted the meeting postponed until some time in July when perhaps more County Federations might be formed Dr C D Witte begged that the meet ing proceed that the delegates do the work they had come to do and avoid hair splitting Judge Rives moved that they proceed to elect a permanent Presi dent Secretary and Treasurer Judge Shine again opposed the movement on the ground that sufficiently accredited delegates were not present Temporary peace was restored by the appointment of the following committee to draw up appropriate resolutions outlining a plan of procedure Judge Shine Dr M Casey William M Higgins Thomas J Connolly Dr C D Witte and Judge H W Rives A recess of ten minutes was taken to give the committee a chance to meet Judge Rives read the report of the com mittee calling for the election of a per manent President First and Second Vice Presidents Secretary Treasurer and em powering the President to appoint a State Executive Committee of five The resolution also provided that five counties had to be represented The report of the committee was unanimous but when it was pointed out to the members of the committee that under the national con stitution it was only necessary to have delegates from three County Federations the members of the committee save Judge Shine agreed to strike out the latter part fthe resolution When it came to a vote Judge Shine voted no for himself and wanted to also vote the proxy of Mr Gausepohl the other Ken ton county delegate Mr Gausepohl did not come to the meeting and Judge Shine had nothing to show that he had his colleagues proxy His attempt to vote the proxy was overruled Judge Shine was knocked out but refused to take the count He announced that be bad come uninvited that he came for the good of the State Federation and to direct its organization the other delegates declined to let him have his way therefore he was going home Pat Sullivan made earnest appeal to Judge Shine to remain You are an Irishman he said You came from a land where men never flinched in time of danger where they poured out their lifes blood for our church Surely you will not desert us now when we are trying to get together men of every race But Judge Shine was not to be mollified He was bent on going but as a parting shot announced that he wOuld be heard of further in State Federation affairs He walked boldly out of the hall and the decorouslyDr was nom inated for permanent President and was otherfwere also choeen by acclamation and re88 follows DtMCasey of I Carrollton First Vice President Judge H Wi Rives Jebkapaj Second Vies I fJ President Thomas J Connolly New port Secretary Miss Mary Sheridan TreasurerOn the chair Dr Witte expressed his surprise at being thus highly honored He said it had been for thirty years his great ambition to bring the German Catholic societies into closer touch with Irish Catholic societies and other Catholic societies He said he could not express his gratification when he saw his great ambition about to be realized Secretary Connolly also ex pressed briefly his appreciation of the honors bestowed upon him A constitution and bylaws were then adopted in conformity with the constitu tion and bylaws of the National Federa tion They provide for two delegates from each County Federation and one delegate from each county where no County Federation exists State Presi dent Witte will look over the ground be fore appointing the five Executive Com mitteemenThe Irish American and the Katholischer Glaubensbote were unanimously elected the official organs of the State Federation Dr Fowler in vited those present to attend the meeting of the National Federation in Atlantic City on August 5 William T Meehan in vited all present to attend an entertain ment atTrinity YM I Mall on Tuesday evening The entertainment he said was to be given in honor +of the visiting delegates and their lady friends The following Press Committee was appointed to give out the work of the convention to the daily papers William M Higgins John J Barry and Bernard P J Kava negh After arising vote of thanks to the visiting delegates for their attend ance the meeting adjourned to meet at the call of the State officers Rain sadly interfered with the attend ance at the entertainment at Trinity Hall in the evening However more than 100 delegates and their friends were present When the certain rolled up there were seated on the stage Drf J W Fowler State President C D VWtte State Vice Presidents Cooney and Rives State Sec tary Connolly Eugene Ji Cooney Will iam T Meehan James T Kelly and othersIn the entertainment Dr J W Fowler claimed for Louisville the idea of a national federation He said it had originated with the Catholic Club of Louisville about four years ago Later it was taken up in Cleveland and then in the East where it developed into a great national movement He introduced Eu gene J Cooney who delivered an elo quent address on Federation Its Aims and Objects Mr Cooney stated that the federation sought the cementing of bonds of fra ternal interests among Catholics and the promotion of Catholic education and the support of a healthy Catholic press It had nothing to do wi1i politics good bad or indifferent It was in accord with the spirit of the times concentration of interests and its motto was charity and kindness He advised all Catholics to encourage a healthy Catholic press as the mightiest moral engine of the day Every Catholic home is better for the presence of uptodate Catholic papers and magazines As Catholics said Mr Cooney the members Of the Federation individually and collectively asked noth ing but what will be for the general good He urged all to unity of purpose and united action Mr Cooney address was well received Prof S M Frenkel of the Monte negroRiehm Music Company rendered several musical selections on the Cecilian that brought forth hearty applause Miss Josephine Hoertz sang a solo Her beau tifully trained soprano voice was never heard to better advantage She was compelled to respond to an encore Mrs May Harig accompanied her on the piano James B Kelly recited several German dialect stories that brought down the house Miss Josephine Hoertz and Mrs William T Meehan sang a duet that was heartily applauded Ben Speaker told several of his inimitable stories so well that the audience hated to let him go Prof Frenkel gave several more selections on the Cecilian The piano and Cecilian were kindly loaned for the evening by the MontenegroRiehm Music CompanyDr introduced State President Witte who spoke feelingly on the sub jectof federation He said he came from Dayton a Kentucky town across the river from Cincinnati and told how harmoniously the Catholics of Cincinnati were working He gave much good ad vice on the subject of federation and the delegates were more than ever satisfied that in selecting him for President they had put the right man in the right place The entertainment closed with an ad dress from Judge H W Rivee of Leba non who told of the great good that could be accomplished by 12000000 Catholics in America actingas a unit TRAPISTSCOMINOUERE 0Kentucky is to take care of some of the monks banished from prance More than havebeaovsrin Nets York City Tkt Right Rev r i It U i Abbot Edmund Obrecht is now in New York making arraugenehts for their care and transportation Some of them will come to the Abbey of Getbsemani in Nelson county this State while others will go to the Trappist abbeys in Canada and New Mellary Iow- aFAITHFUL MAN Foreman Thomas Hallltian Resigns His Position After Years of Service Thomas Hallinan for many years fore man of the tin copper and plumbing shops of the Louisville Nashwille railroad has resigned his position and owing to poor health will permanently retire from work His resignation was accepted with regret not only by his employes and the foremen with whom be was associated but by the management of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company Mr Halllnau is an expert tinner cop persmith and plumber He became an employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company fortyone years ago and remained in its employ until he re tireda short time ago He was a valuable man to the company Mr Hallinan saw his department grow from two men when he entered the department to its present force of ninety men He was always courteous and kind to his men never asking any of them to undertake what he would not do himself Upon his retirement his employes made him a present of a handsome combination reclining chair and couch two handsome pipes and a caddy of tobacco His friends wish him many happy days to enjoy these tokens of affection IS HE HOMESICK Thomas E Burkholder Gives His Impressions of the Windy City Thomas E Burkholder a well known young man of the West End and a mem ber of Mackin Council Young Mens In stitute who went to Chicago a short time ago is progressing nicely He is in the employ of the Baker Vawter Company a financial concern and has recently been promoted In a letter recently written to his friend Charles Raidy Mr Burk holder relates his experiences and his friends here are wondering whether he is more than ordinarily observant or just homesick Among other things he says Chicago is the darndest town I ever saw for strikes The laundries are all closed down now on account of a strike and a fellow has a fierce time getting clean clothes The Teamsters Union strikes about twice a week They are the most sympathetic set I ever saw Every time any other union strikes they are out in sympathy The chief attractions here are strikes and footpads II RECENT DEATHS Mary Rose Carney the fiveyearold daughter of Mrs Catherine Carney died at the residence of the childs grand mother Mrs Mary Flanagan 731 West Oak street last Monday morning The funeral took place from St Louis Ber trands church Mary Potoning the wife of Joseph Potoning died at St Josephs Infirmary last Saturday The funeral took place from the family residence 2529 West Main street at 830 oclock Tuesday morning and from St Charles Boromeo church at 9 oclock The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE The Catholic Knights and Ladles of America gave a successful euchre and dance at Phoenix Hill Park last Thurs day night It was to have been given on Monday night but rain interfered The leading members of the committee deter mined to hold the euchre Thursday afternoon and night rain or shine The crowd in the afternoon was not large but at night 150 tables were in use and 100 prizes were disposed of After the euchre dancing was engaged in until midnight The funds will be devoted toward entertaining the visitors to the national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America which will meet in this city next May LOUISVILLE IS LUCKY The Knights of Columbus will hold their next annual convention in this city in June 1904 The convention this year was held at New Haven Conn this week Alderman James J Fitzgerald was the delegate from Louisville Council and his speech inviting the next conven tion to Louisville had much to do with inducing the delegates to decide in this citys favor The Knights of Columbus is a large and growing order of prominent Catholics of every nationality in America Nearly 1000 delegates will be in attend ance and several times as many visiting Knights The convention will be a big thing for Louisville QUESTS ENTERTAINED Mr and Mrs William Conley entertained at their home on Eighth street in honor of Misses Elizabeth Conley and Katie Tierney Euchre and dancing were the features of the evening Refresh ments were served in abundance Among those present were Misses Julia and Mary Mulloy Delia and M Walsh Mary CaIn Kate Lynch Mau Hefiin Mollie Gillon Delia Nora Joyce Delia Budget and Margarett Tierney Messrs Mike Sheehan Will Linsky Peter Noose Martin Joyce Tim Downey Walter Hanley Thomas Langan Frank Kennedy Irvin Duffiu Mike Monahan Pat Sheehan Isaac Level Pat Kenney Messrs and Mes dames James Dooley John Walsh and William Hoone A new hotel in New York City JUtS a capacity for 1200 gut and employa 1800servants- C c l r r THIS LITTLE BANK Will RemindYou To Save And youll put into it small amounts that YQU 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 3COMPOUND Ky INTERESTTitle Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p mj Saturdays until 7 p m HAMMERSGflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORBAGHS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street pfyoepix Jlill park Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsOutings SocialsT- his beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts 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 W MAYZIfC1TT ST Telephone Main 1189 Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES loco All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed WINES LIQUORS CIGARS 9VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W QltEJJSJNr ST Kerosene was first used for lighting in 1836 4- G FOR 3J31 OltD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN GENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out STEWART BROTHERS 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERS BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention WinesLiquors Cigars TOMf f1 BENNETTS EXGfiflNGE N E Cor Preston and Jefferson HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street CJ SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets 4 Telephone 2241 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 Bonn PHONE boos 1453 18th Street Bet Broadway and Maple LOW 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I1iI11I Ii 11Ii1 H 1 I I IH 11 I H I 11 111 IIHHI 1I1iIIIIii HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 i J S BABRETTJFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STBEETtt I With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business I of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT t +HI+H1H IIII HHll+IIIH HHIH+HIlI I l+lIH 11 h DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer BREWED BY L SENN ACKERMANt I I3htL ING C01tJPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE c 452 LOITI9VIhhr1 KX tl 1 a KENTUCKY IIRISHl H AMER1GRNm PRINTINGI II Cijl IIsnow Fully Equipped to do All Kinds of Job Printing in theIII figLatestStyle Give Us a Trial Order ice c ITickets Dodgers Invitations Note Heads II Bill Heads Programs Envelopes Etc iII- Home Phone J4G II 1326 W GREEN STREET III HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Toronto Hibernians will run a big excursion to Buffalo on July 4 The members of the order in Emmets burg a small town in Iowa own a hat1 worth 10000 All the divisions of Providence R I will unite in holding an Irish field day on Thursday July 30 Division 1 of Charlestown Mass was instituted on May 22 by Suffolk County President Matthew Cummings Divisions 3 6 and 12 of Providence R I held a union meeting last Sunday More than fifty candidates received the degreesThe Rev Dr E J ODea Bishop of Nesqually Washington is a charter member of Division 2 recently organizeddI In Seattle bivisions 31 46 59 and 68of Phila delphia attended in a body the fair which is being held for the new St Gabriels church Division 7 of Minneapolis gave a benefit dance last week The funds willI be devoted for the purchase of new uni forms for its base ball team National Organizer Denis E Rya recently organized a division at Corry Erie county Pa The new division iisI made up entirely of young men In Roanoke Va the Hibernians hav erected their own building at a cost of 7000 It stands in the center of th and is handsome OnlyiI survive More than 100 new members were initiated at a joint initiation ceremony iiu Minneapolis last Sunday Many leading Hibernians of Minneapolis and St Paull were present The Hibernians of Connecticut will hold a parade and field day in Hartford August 10 John Flanagan of New York the champion hammer thrower of the world and other great athletes will participateState Parley recently insti tuted at Gouveneur the first Hibernian division in St Lawrence county N Y The new body started off with fifty memo bers and the four degrees were conferred upon the whole number Division 1 of Erie county N Y celebrated its thirteenth anniversary on Ma 25 It was organized in 1890 with twentythree charter members Today ii- is it one of the most influential organiza tions in Buffalo The celebration was in the nature of a musical and literary enter tainmentA size statue of St Patrick is soon to be erected in the Hibernians own burial ground at Houston Texas The statue will be the wcrk of Thomas Gold ing a member of the order It will be of marble on a polished granite pedestal The pedestal will be suitably inscribed and decorated with the symbols of the order NICE RESORT Park of the Louisville Amuse ment Company Is Growing More PopularI The Louisville Amusement Company which has taken hold of the old Zoologi I cal Garden at the foot of Jacob Park has made many improvements in the place including brilliant electrical effects The management intends to constantly add to these improvements until it istmade the favorite amusement place in t andabout the city It is a popular t resort for those who on summer afterJJ noons wish to escape the heat and dust oftt the city fora few hours Merrygott rounds and other attractions are provided I for the children while Ferris wheels and other safe amusements are provided fortt the adults Special attendants will be provided for private parties Persons 1 with horses and carriages can feel safe intt having them in the care of the park J attendants Good music is provided J every afternoon and evening and ManII ager Harris announces that he will makeJJ a specialty of table d hote dinners A FEW OPEN DATES Hibernian Hall on the southwest cortt ner of Seventh and Market streets nowII has open dates for the first and third I Thursdays and third Wednesday of each J month This hall Iift neatly furnished andJ is fitted with electric funs and all modern conveniences It is centrally located and in every way desirable as a lodge room leaps are reaaonable nquiret at the Kentucky Irish American office I J I SOLEMN SERVICE Rev Father Paul Bleuel Will Celebrate His First Mass Tomorrow Morning i The Rev Father Paul Bleuel will cele brate his first mass at St Martins churc- at h 10 oclock tomorrow morning Father 1Bleuel was born and raised in St MartinsI parish and it is believed the edifice willt be crowded with his friends All the parochial school children will assemble at the school and march into the church preceding the mass Prof Joseph Hem mersbach will preside at the organ and direct the choir The school children will sing the Veni Creator TONES GRAVE Annual Pilgrimage to Bodens towrrWlil Be Made This Month The annual pilgrimage to Bodenstown churchyard where Wolfe Tone is buried will occur this mouth lIon James T Keating former National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the United States Svill go from Chicago to Ireland for the event and will be the thenceremonies at Bodenstown On this subject the Dublin Irish Weekly Independent and Nation says StephenseI Green in 1898 there was an immense ofeall shades of national opinion These men came together to do honor to the brave and true men who had toiled for Ireland with fiery energy and unselfish devotion and who had suffered for her rssake For the time all minor differences were forgotten and the heartsof all were moved by the one impulseto honor the spirit of sacrifice in a great cause To say that all who took part in the magnifi samelpolitical views as Wolfe Tone and the United Irishmen of 1708 would be ab surd It is a pity that the enthusiasm then displayed was not sustained until the work of the 98 clubs had been com pleted and a statue had been erected in the capital to Tone and his comrades The forthcoming celebration at Bodens town may lead to the taking of definite steps to complete the work begun in 1898 At lent it will serve as a reminder that the task remains to be performed- It was this neglect of Wolfe Tones grave that more than five decades ago toywriteIIn Bodenstown churchyard there is a green grave And wildly along it the winter winds rave Small shelter I ween are the ruined walls there When the storm sweeps down on the plains of Kildare In Bodenstown churchyard there is a green grave And freely around it let winter winds rave rFar better they suit himthe ruin and gloom I Till Ireland a nation can build him a tomb I LUCKY PRIZE MINNERS The winners at the combination draw ing for the benefit of St Georges church at Eighteenth and Standard avenues which took place on June 2 were Mantel cabinet ticket 1852 Mrs E M Dreven stedt 2438 Twentysixth street barrel of flour ticket 1070 Mrs Elizbeth Hoyer 2108 Standard avenue case of wine ticket 070 Aline Gruber 1748 Hill street mahogany parlor table ticket 022 Martin Wolff 2601 Twentieth street parlar lamp 1955 Hr Nugel enameled bath tub ticket 1551 Fannie Sensbacb 2802 Eighteenth street load of coal ticket 601 George Wolff willow rocking chair ticket 2520 Lansberg Macke crayon portrait of Father Weiss ticket 1428 R Regan 2509 Slevin street load of coal ticket 8516 Loraine Miller 2521 Eighteenth street carmine white and gold bed ticket 712 Peter Kassle 2311 Pres ton street barrel of flour ticket 5350 S M Raffo picture of Leo XIII ticket 1073 Charles Fjnnegan 2500 Eighteenth street box of cigars ticket 8384 Ben Byerly 2100 Force avenue HIS MEMORY HONORED I The Indianapolis lodge of Elks honored the memory of the late Frank Burke last Sunday United States Senator Fair banks Joseph E Bell Henry Warrum Joseph T Panning and State Senator e James W Fortune were among those who delivered addraseee The late Frank Burke was well known in Louisville where he studied and for a while practiced I wHct llIadbeeo twice elected Exalted Rulerof the Indianapolis Bib c I t n IRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges hrhLS been destroyed by fire- Catherine Rose an aged lady of KillI mallock died while seated in a chair Death resulted from heart disease Brother Boyle a well known educator of Waterford died recently and wtuS buried in the monastery churchyard Joseph Ryan a cooper at Hacketstown was accidentally killed by the overturning of a cart in which he was riding During a severe thunderstorm at Water ville County Kerry a house and bart were demolished Several animals we killedThe rep monthly Fethard fair County Ti perary was held in favorable weather Buyers were present in great numbers and business was brisk The Very Rev Father Maher and Rev Dr Connolly of the Augustinian Order have completed a successful retreat f the parish of Clonakllty Edward Browne a laborer at Oh I Pallas County Limerick was buried beneath the debris of a falling wall an- extricated d suffocated He was dead when t George Whelan a tinner of the County Tipperary slipped down a hillside while returniug from a circus and fell into a pond where he was drowned His remains were found the followingday- The Rev Father Bartholomew Scanlan parish priest at Castleconnell County Limerick died recently ofter an illness of three weeks Father Scanlan was seventy years old and was devoted to hi parishMrs McCarthy mother of J C Mc Carthyan attorney at Bishopshill Kili kenny died recently after a lingering illness The funeral took place from St Canices church and was attended by the Mayor and corporate officials John Cahill a twelveyearold boy was drowned in Newry canal The boy was skipping across the bridge when he lost his balance and fell into the water An elder brother jumped in and at tempted to save him but without success More than 2000 men and boys who enjoyed the benefits of a retreat a Queenstown recently renewed their bap tismal vows The sermons during tb retreat were preached by the Rev Fathers Hilary and Aquin of the Congregation of Passionists A junior Feisanna will be held a Youghal tomorrow Entries have bee received from youthful competitors i nearly all the principal convent and na tional schools in the county The Most Rev Dr Brown Bishop of Cloyne will1 open the proceedings Miss Katy Healy and Miss Helen Doon the former from Coolowen Blar neyand the latter from Doon County Limerick have been received as post tulants by the Sisters of Mercy at Carlow His Grace the Right Rev Bishop Foley officiated at the ceremonies Miss Browne and Miss Nelligau two young ladles of prominent families in the County Kerry have taken the vows of a religious life at the Presentation Convent Cabirciveen Miss Browne will be know iu religion as Sister Mary Columbia MissI Nelligan as Sister Mary Cecilia John OSullivau a young man and a resident of Cork while paddling about ii- a in canoe near Donovans bridge accident ally upset the boat and as he was unable to swim was about to drown Jeremiah Murphy a fifteenyearold boy without waiting to remove his clothing jumped into the water and after considerable difficulty succeeded in bringing both OSullivan and his boat to shore Many church dignitaries attended the funeral ceremonies for the repose of the soul of the late Rv Edward Conway late chaplain of the Ursuline Convent at Blackrock His Grace the Most Rev Dr OCallaghan Bishop of Cork presided Father Conway was ordained six years ago On his ordination he was attached to the diocese of Cork Later hei was transferred to Bantry where he con tracted a severe cold From this he never recovered On Christmas day last be was compelled to enter the Mercy Home where he gradually grew worse and passed peacefully away a short time ago Father Conway was a young man of the highestattainmenta and his demises generally regrettedIGRAND OUT OF TOWN EXCURSION Sunday June 7 Big Four Route to- the Indiana gas belt Special train levees Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock m Returning train salves at Louis villa at 1140 pm Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville li Cnightstown 1 Anderson 125 Alexandria 125 Marion 160 Tickets on sale at city office 259 JPourtu avenue and at depot S JGatef General Agent J- C II tttttttttttYttttt tttttttttttttttttttttt MwI ANNUAL OUTING 1M wGFwrrIww MACKIN COUNCILI I w Gwrove 3 ITUESDflY JUNE 9 19031 = Boats Leave First St Dock at 8 a mand II p m Dancing Free Hw gMeals Served by Council TICKETS 25 CTS 1 l11111111111111111111111111111111111 tUlli1111U11ILUllilliluluilllli er THE GfORGf WlfUfMANN BRfWING COMPANYS OEJ J3RATED Draught andBottled Beers Sold at All Leading Bars and Cafes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR rCumbo Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 GRUBER AND DEUSER Managers LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 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