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F I 1 r- n Y- ra A L 1 2J tV f I I df J rt 5 tSj A 1NThcKYrJ c 0j r vOLUME XNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 13 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS n MAGNIFICENT Was the Outpouring of Member of tho Young Miens Institute Joint Initiation Hold by Local Councils Was Well Attended Bier Banquet After the Core monies Was An Enjoy able Affair DEGREE TEAM DID SPLENDID WORK Last Sunday was the greatest day in the history of the Young Mens Institute of the Kentucky jurisdiction The occa sion was a joint initiation held by Trinity Satolll and Mackin Councils of Louisville and the New Haven council As it marked the first exemplification of degree work under the new ritual the event was full of interest for all members of the order Visitors were present from In dianapolis North Vernon and New Albany Ind and from Lexington Leba non New Haven Carrollton Frankfort and other points in Kentucky The ceremonies were held at St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streets The meeting opened at 3 and lasted until after 6 oclock About sixty candidates were initiated The new degree work Is impressive instructive and entertaining It includes in its makeup religion patriotism history and chivalry The exemplification was rendered doubly impressive by the fact that it was given by a degree team made up of four members from each of the three local councils Each officer well understood the part allotted to him and not a balk was made from start to finish Another feature of the work that added to the general effect was the singing of a trained choir under the direction of Prof James Perry Jr The hall was filled with local and visit ing members of the Young Mens In stitute before 2 oclock but it was nearly 3 before some of the visitors arrived Among these was the Rev Father I N Ahmann of Carrollton Grand Chaplain iaU o tof theA09rderfandwhQihad htQdo with draughting the new ritual Father Ahmanns arrival was the signal for pro longed applause showing the high esteem in which this beloved priest is held The Rev Father J A OGrady opened the meeting with prayer after which the executive session began Will T Mc Nally presided as master of ceremonies and Ben Hund acted as marshal The initiation proceeded and degrees one two and three were conferred in regular order During all three degrees Prof James Perry Jr presided at the organ and was assisted by Albert Metzger on the violin The other members of the degree team were as follows Harry Col gan John Fahey John J Crotty representing Satolli Council James B Kelly Joseph Piazza Harry Swann of Trinity Council and Charles Raldy Walter Adams Gus Weber George Lautz and Hugh J Higgins of Mackin Council John J Barry of New Haven Grand Director of the Kentucky jurisdiction and Supreme Director of the order and Grand President Will Perry were among the prominent members who witnessed the initiatory ceremonies From start to finish the attention of both the candidates and older members was riveted on the splendid work of the degree team which was as perfect as it could be made Great credit for this is due Grand Secretary George A Lantz who worked night and day organizing and rehearsing the degree teamThose initiated were Satolll CouncilJ S Rodman Leo C i Kerrick Francis J Mulvey and Alexis SchultenStk Council of New Haven George W Dant and Nicholas A Rapier Trinity Council William Herman Nicholas Hettinger Frank Peters E Kotheimer W1 Maloney Jr Charles King F H Leisman J F Bush J Rush G Schindler J Sainlar Anthony Pohl August Pohl Pat Connaughton M F Morris Alfred Klumb Mike Tynan Anthony Fert Phil Hendricks Jr Ben J Pfelffer Tim J Foley Michael Ziegler Thomas Bodeumiller Anton J Weinberg Pat W Kearns C B Mullins Dr P N Delus Frank Meixsel Hugh Welsh Charles Kremer J J Cain and Aloysius Barrett Mackin CouncilDavid W Nichol John R Heyman Edward Kavich Pat rick Mnllarky E A Elliott Timothy OHearn Alfred Bader Charles E Robertson John B Carr John Dillon Ben Vogelsang Charles Kaelln John P r Stewart Anthony F Kemper Marcus M Doerhoefer Thomas L McManaman and Alex Metz The initiation went through without a bitch and was greatly enjoyed by all present Among the visitors from other cities were John J Barry Grand Di rector Joe G Barry William J Dawson Edwin C Dawson William H Green well MKreba J Walker Bowling Bernard Bowling Joseph Pottinger Henry Despair Don J Ball Frank X Dawson Prank M Hagan j Sidney Hagan and Dr J D Greenwell all of New Haven P J West John Glander James Horan Harmon Helmese Harmon 4 SappinieM and Dr M Casey all of iCarrollton Charles F FiNer Ben Gilder U i- L 9 I house John Parsons Con J McBarron John J Coyle F A Kurtzendorfer Frank Renn Nicholas Roth Joseph Roth Ed Grantz Fred Reisz Ed E Smith Joseph Trudeau Louis Glass William J Receveur Ed Graff Anton Sohn and Philip Weisbach all of Unity Council New Albany Robert Riley and William Adams of Indianapolis Ind President Richard Colbert John J Lnby and James J OBrien all of Lexington W A Lutkemeier J H Lutkemeier J W Madigan W C Newman Lambert Newman John Dolan Ed Hunt Lam bert Gobber George B Salender Jr D J McNamara and W J Gorman all of Frankfort John Barr John McKenna Ed McKenna Joseph Bonn ll and F L Ballardall of Lebanon Immediately after the conclusion of the initiatory ceremonies the new and old members to the number of 250 sat down to an elaborate banquet served by Julius Muench the popular restaurant proprietor and caterer Harry Swann presided as toastmaster in happy style The banquet was all the more delightful in that it was entirely informal Mr Swann stated that the day was to him as to all other members a day of great happiness He complimented the degree team on its excellent work He also ex tended a warm welcome to the new members and then Introduced the Grand Chaplain the Rev Father Ahmann Father Ahmann was greeted with round after round of applause and was unable to speak for five minutes When he did gets chance to speak he said it was not necessaryfor a long speech so instead of delivering one he recited the Hon James Mulligans In Kentucky and added a few verses of his own addressed to the Y M I Father Ahmann literally brought down the house Grand President Will Perry when called upon stated that this occasion was one of the brightest pages in the his tory of the Young Mens Institute and suggested that June 7 hereafter be celebrated as Father Ahmanns day Rev Father OGrady was also warmly greeted and expressed himself as highly gratified with what he had seen and heard during the day It augured well he said for the Young Mens Institute in Kentucky Councilman Augustus J Bizot made the address of the evening and caused fre quent outbursts of laughter and applause He paid particular attention to indorsing the religious chivalric and historical features of the new degree work Dr M Casey President of the baby council at Carrollton and Emmet Slattery made brief addresses which were well received Rev Father Seraphim Schlang D D F tnttoduced Jf sA thing that conduces to make good citizens it is a good class of Catholics America was discovered by a Catholic The great West was settled by a race of hardy Catholics Liberty was proclaimed by Catholics and now Catholics are doing the best work for our beloved country He urged all to become loyal citizens to support the constitution and to always remain bold and fearless Catholics Eugene Cooney Secretary of the Jeffer son County Federation of Catholic Societies made a brief but interesting talk on Federation The banquet was brought to a close with the singing of a new ode Faith and Fraternity written and dedicated to the Y M I by the Grand Secretary of the Indiana Juris diction It runs thus We are the YM I Bright is our star on high Guiding our name Striving for unity Men in fraternity God give us charity Truth is our aim Long live our motto true Ere may it lead us to Him the most high Long may it grace our land Strong may its power stand God bless its purpose and The Y M I It was a great day for the Y M L and it was a great day for the Catholic church To the former it showed that its ranks were increasing in healthy numbers To the latter it showed that the old faith was not dying out in this land of the free and home of the brave but on the contrary that the youths of America were determined to keep alive and boldly stand for the faith of their fathers while upholding the con stitution of this glorious country All were united Pro Deo et Pro Patria HEALTH IMPROVES Father OSullivan Is Sojourn ing Among the Cascade Mountains The Rev Father Anthony OSullivan formerly of this city is now sojourning in the Cascade mountains in the State of Washington for his health A local paper last Monday published a sensa tional story to the effect that Father OSullivan was mysteriously missing and it was feared that he had met with foul play There was not one word of truth in this report- Father OSullivan is the son of Michael OSullivan the retired shoemaker He has been on country missions in Ohio county and in Breckingride county dur ing the past fifteen years and bis health was badly broken down by hard work More than a month ago he applied to Bishop McCloskey for leave of absence andgotit This was published at the time in the official organ of the diOcese In a recent letter to his father Michael OSullivan at 1100 Sixth street Father OSullivan stated that his health was steadily improving tI AN EXTERIOR VIEW OFST MARTINS CHURCH BEAUTIFUL Is tho Interior of St Martins Church With Its New Decorations Large Class of Boys and Girls to Receive Their First Communion Solemn Ceremonies WillAttend the First Masses of Three New Priests A GREAT AND PROSPEROUS PARISH An extraordinarily large class of 132 children will receive their first holy com munion at St Martins church Shelby and Grays streets at oclock tomorrow morning Of these sixtytwo are boys and seventy are girls The Very Rev Monsignor Zabler will officiate at the mass At 3 oclock in the afternoon solemn vespers will be sung and at 4 oclock confirmation will be administered by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey St Martins beautiful and imposing edifice Is now being cleared of the timber that has cumbered it during the past year while the church was being repaired and frescoed The work will bo completed today and the interior of the church will be more beautiful and attract theinteriorfloe forthe past year New marble altars have been added new oonfeewioaahhave- bean put in place and a shrine bu been d U b v erected in honor of the Infant of Prague The GermanAmerican Catholics who be long to St Martins congregation think there is nothing too good for the house of the Lord As a consequence they have made St Martins church one of the handsomest if not the very handsomest in the city At the same time these people are blessed They have one of the largest and most flourishing parishes in the city There are coaipiratively few really poor people in the parish The work of renovating St Martins is by no means complete New hardwood flooring is to be put in and new and more comfortable pews The tiled floor ing in the aisles is already in place The completion of the work may occupy the remainder of the summer On Sunday June 21 the people of St Martins congregation will have another great day It will be the occasion of the celebration of their first masses by three young priests the Rev Fathers HenryIKellerman The masses be cele brated at 89 and 10 oclock After the masses the officiating priest will give his blessing to the members of the congregation This is always considered an honor in Catholic communities the blessing of a young priest after his first massNow a word concerning the young priests Father Reis was left without parents at an early age and was sent to St Josephs Orphan Asylum He exhib ited remarkable piety energy and abil ity He determined to become a priest and his lifes dream is to be realized Fathers Eiling and Kelieraian were born and raised in St Martins parish where their parents still reside FIRST HOLY COMMUNION A class of seventeen children received their first communion at 8t Marys of the Knobs in Lafayette towssfalp Ind tat Sunday The Rev tanker Hilde brand ooudiicted to senlosett- d p d 11 v LIBERTY Of Individuals Is the Only Proper Solution of the Situation Gardinal Gibbons Interesting Talk On Labor and Capital American Workingman Loves Freedom Better Than Any thing Else NONUNION MEN HAVE THEIR RIGHTS Cardinal Gibbons recently granted an interview to James Creelman the cele brated correspondent of the New York World As a matter of course the par ticular subject upon which the eminent dignitary was interviewed was labor and capital Says Mr Creelman tlCardinal Gibbons always commands attention but when he raises hIs voice against the oppression of the nonunion workingman by the union workingman as he did in a short conversation I had with him yesterday his words have an impressive significance for it was this most intensely American of all prelates this faithful and unpretending friend of the American toiler who once saved the Knights of Labor from ecclesiastical con demnation by Leo XIII The primate of the Catholic hierarchy of America sat in thee quiet reception room of his residence Iin Baltimore a sweet sad venerablet figure On aa easel o E JUI behind him was a portrait of the Pope Another easel bore the countenance of Cardinal Newman Through an open window one caught a glimpse of swinging green branches A slender nervous figure clad in a black soutane with scarlet trappings a thin bony pointed face straight nose high cheek bones wasted temples deep lines about the kindly humorous month a straight wrinkled brow and gray hair issuing from under a scarlet skull cap The American Cardinal is sixtyeight years old but he has the eager address and patriotic euthusiasm of a boy His gray eyes snap and sparkle as he talks His slender hands which have been raised in countless benedic tions are extraordinary in their supple ness and refinement The whole personality suggests sanctity modesty and sincerity In spite of the golden chain and its pendant jewelled cross the flashing episcopal ring and the princely scarlet one can not meet the Cardinalwithout feeling that he bears the honors of his great office meekly that he is before all things a simple hearted devoted American citizen Love of country is the keynote of his whole character tt The struggle between capital and labor in the United States is a source of great sorrow and uneasiness to me just now he saidfIt is not only a serious interruption of the productive energies of the country but it is a profound social upheavalit is confusing our life Here we are on this continent engaged in the supreme experiment of free government in the presence of the whole world in the presence of history The enemies of our institutions can snap their fingero at the republic if we show that we can not govern ourselves reasonably We claim that we have liberty without license and authority without despotism I do not want to live to see that claim discredited The workingmen of America should realize how deeply and directly they are interested in preserving from injury the reputation of the United States as a land where liberty and law go hand in hand The corporations the employers are powerful and united They have the Government behind them to protect their rights That is as it should be The workingmen have formed unions for mutual improvement and protection They are as much entitled to combine for business purposes as are their employ ers That fact is undeniable They are equally entitled to have their rights de fended by the Government The third factor in this situation is the nonunion workingman He too hashis rights which must be maintained He has the right to enter a union or to p aayoutolItl tosell biglaiet wlrea and where and for what price he pleases When the union labor man denies that right he denies a liberty which he claims for himself The union men say that they can not succeed in their struggles for good wages and better conditions so long as there arc workingmen outside of their organization who can be used by employers to break strikesthat the unions are for the benefit of all who toil Then they should give nonunion men an opportunity to freely choose They should get members by attraction and not by compulsion The very fact that a man feels that he is not free to enter or stay out of a union may be enough to repel him tt The American workingman loves his freedom better than anything else That is one of his finest traits He resents anything that means compulsion of his rights It is time for thoughtful labor union men to recognize this fact I am strongly opposed to the boycott and to every other form of oppression employed against free labor The whole force of organized society all the powers of the Government should be employed to in sure to every man in this country his right to toll in his own way and under conditions of his own choice tt It is difficult to indicate a solution of the labor question Arbitration is one way and a good way But whatever the solution may be it must be one which will recognize individual liberty No man must be allowed to oppress another man in this country ALL INVITED To Attend the Commence mont Exercises at St Marys College The eightysecond annual commence ment of St Marys College near Leba non will take place on Tuesday morning A special train will leave Louisville for St Marys at 630 a m The Resurrec tionist Fathers who have charge of the college invite everybody to attend the exercises There are nine graduates in the various departments this year They areClassicalV Ignowskl Academical D Halpin W Sheets and E Cocke CommercialD Corbett R Simms B Nenon D Lavely and C Wathen The college has enjoyed a prosperous time this year and has had an attendance of more than a hundred boys A special train will be run to Lebanon after the exercises on commencement day for the benefit of those who desire dinner Re freshment stands will also be found on the college campus After several selections by the college band Mr HSheetz will deliver the saint atory Following another selection by the band Recognition Ita drama in four acts will be given by members of the various classes Between the acts mueical selections will be rendered L- itster W Sheet V Falisl and J Blin coe will sing several college siigsl Ignowskiwill deliver the valedictory and C C Boldrick wilt speak jn behalf of the alumni A warm welcome U assured all who attend r j J HEARTY SUPPORT Is Being Given the Irish Parliamentary Party in tho East s lion Joseph Devlin Has Met With Success in His EffortsS Big Meetings Hold in Many Places and Liberal Sub scriptions Given CAREER OF BRILLIANT YOUNG MAN The Hon Joseph Devlin M P is meeting with wonderful success in the Eastern States and Canada in his en deavors to enable the Irish Parliamentary party to carry on its good work At a recent meeting held in Tara Hall Que bec 875 was subscribed which with the sale of tickets brought the receipts of the evening up to 1000 Mr Devlin also received hearty reptsponses to his appeal in North Adams Mass Keene N Hj Springfield Mass and Elizabeth N J He hasbeen equally successful in the South and addressed large meetings in Montgomery Birmingham r Atlanta and elsewhere The gifted young Irish orator is a native of Belfast but represents North Kilkenny in the British Parliament k Mr Devlin is still in his thirtieth year but he has had an experience in the rough and stormy Irish politics which does not often come to men who are double his age Indeed he has taken to the subject as naturally as a duck takes to water for since boyhood he has been one of the principal figures in the con test where the strife was thickest Mr Devlin was not fifteen years old wharf in 1888 the great struggle over the first home rule bill of Gladstone took place He had not been long out of sohool but long enough to have imbibed that Spirit of national aggressiveness which was such a characteristic movement Young Devlin was from the outset a leader among his youthful companions in Bel fast They knew his integrity and earnestnesa and Jbeywere itispireclJy the example of uncompromising nation + alist spirit which he had displayed When Thomas Sexton the brilliant r aud eloquent orator essayed to win the seat in West Belfast for the national cause in 1885 young Devlin at once beii came his most enthusiastic adherent With all the energy and spirit of boyhood ail he threw himself into the struggle marshaled the national forces both in the revision courts and on the hustings His example became contagious Sexton was triumphantly elected From that day forth there was no rest for Devlin in the national fight Wherever the struggle was keenest there he was to be found Ofa modest and retiring disposition 4 with a natural flow of eloquence rarely equaled even in the land of oratory he combines at the same time an amount of practical common sense and hardheaded capacity not often found in one individual He had never visited the constituency up to the time of his election but he was nevertheless the unanimous choice of those of the constituency who knew his sterling worth even though they had never seen him Mr Devlin spent six months last year in the United States in the work of organizing branches of the United Irish League returning to Ireland last June He then attended to his Par liamentary duties until the close of the last session of Parliament when he was yagainP during the progress of the national convention of the U I L of A held in Boston last October Mr Devlin has been for years at the head of an extensive business in Belfast and outside of the ordinary work which he has done on the Irish platform mainly in his native province he has been re luctant to take a prominent place in thecrank of the Irish leaders He declined on several occasions to accept an election to Parliament for an Irish seat in order that he may be able to devote his time to his private business A year ago how ever when he was by unanimous choice of the National Directory of the United Irish League chosen to come to America with William Redmond M P brother of the present Irish leader his colleagues took advantage of his absence from Ire land and had him elected to fill the vacancy in the representation of North KilkennyIt desired that Mr Devlin should continue the work of organization in America and he immediately responded to the summons of his leader and has since been engaged in the work of estab countryAs partyforcogent and logical speaker on the Irish question has been heard on platforms in the United States J At a meeting of the National Commit tee of the United Irish League of Amer ica held in New York Monday night active steps were taken for spreading the League in America Mr Devlin who was about to sail for home was accorded a vote of thanks for his work in estab lishing new branches of the League No effort has yet been made tOGr2 fee any portion of Kentucky i i gFONTUCKY IRISH A1 I RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNt- IXII II1XII11X11 I NIIXI I Devoted to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 I Entered at the Louisville Postofllce as Secoud Class Matter Addl era all CowtnanlciHorutolbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Oreen Street BhasasaHiTT TRADES LABEL I COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 13 1903 HONOR FIRST The big strike in the New York building trades did not end last week because the teamsters in whose behalf it was inaugurated rejected the compromise of the arbitrators This has resulted in the skilled trades unions upholding the award and refusing to con tinue the strike It is now up to the teamsters and those unions which back them up in their obsti nate breach of faith to accept the arbitrators settlement or go it alone to defeat Honor comes first even though you do not get all you think you ought to have and it is to the credit of the leading trades unions of New York that they have the manliness to take I such a stand against their fellow ISlaborers who must be taught by the sacrifice of experience if they will not learn otherwise that honesty is the best policy the only correct policyin labor matters as in everything else i TO SHUT OUT FOREIGNERS The depression of trade and the lack of employment in Europe and the universal activity and prosper ity inall industries of this country haye naturally turned labor to the market where it is in demand The foreign immigration to the United States this year js exceed ing all records and may go to 1000000 Our anti foreign ele ment are becoming alarmed lest this foreign horde swamp the 2 llabor market get control of affairs overturn our republican Govern ment and upset things generally This is the same old cry of fifty years ago and notwithstanding this element have failed to stop or even check foreign immigration b and all their doleful prognostications instead of materializing have resulted in phenomenal benefits to the whole country this same ele ment are now agitating to urge r Congress at its next session to amend our immigration laws to prohibit or at least restrict foreign immigration and revise our naturalization laws to exclude the immi grants from citizenship if not entirely at least to require twentyone years preliminary residence before a foreigner can vote or hold office This is not new neither the alleged menace to our people and institutions nor the remedy proposed It is the same old Know Nothing war cry and bulwark of protection fifty years ago Though the KnowNothing crusade failed to check immigration or bar the foreigners from citizenshiponly diverted the foreign horde to the then wilderness of the North westthe results have proven just contrary to their prophetic fears The northwestern wilderness has been developed into farms cities and States which in progress in dustry wealth and strangely true in patriotic devotion to American institutions control this great nation and have led it to the very front rank of the world powers And the comparison with that section which remained to some extent under control of the anti foreign patriots and barred out the immigrants I The South which fifty years ago proved a bulwark to stem the tide of KnowNothing fanaticism became its final strong hold furnishing its last Representatives In Congress and candidate for President Ever since In every election directly or indi rectly organized or unorganized this same KnowNothing spirit has been manifest Whenever the movement has assumed shape under whatever name It has found Il- u 1- k ready advocates and recruits in the South Thus the last National President of the A P Awal a Georgian and whatever remains of that organization intact is in the South except in spots And the antiforeign agitation now being revived for action in Congress and probably in the next Presidential campaign has its strength and its headquarters in the South or at least near the borderSt Louis and Louisvilleand most aggress ive in Missouri and Kentucky The remarkable tirade of Senator Morgan of Alabama against the Catholic church in opposing the Colombian treaty to secure a right of way for the Isthmian canal a project he had advocated for years while a surprise to some clearly indicated the trend of intolerance its influence in the South and that politicall names and platforms were secondary Senator Morgan being a leading Democrat as are many of the most prominent antiforeign advocates The South which fifty years ago turned away and has kept out foreign immigration and which today more than other sec tion of the country needs the for eign immigrant to develop and build it up to give it what It most lacksindustrious reliable enterprising laborthat it may become productive prosperous as has Texas the only Southern State that welcomes the immigrant and has about onehalf of the foreign born population of all the Southern States it is from the South the de mand comes for restricting foreign immigration or at least barring foreigners from citizenship And these advocates of intolerance are principally professed Democrats many of them leaders and office holders in that party which fought such intolerance up to fifty years ago and by the votes of natural ized foreigners was enabled to over throw KnowNothingism Demo cratsor anything elsethey may profess to be to attain power and office but antiforeigners they are first last and all the time regard less of results to their section or the entire country And to speak out they are striving throughout the South in the pending campaignsright here in Kentucky and in Louisvilleto obtain control of the Democratic party to name its candidates for all offices and elect them as Demo crats that they may have the powers as government State county local to make amend and enforce law and manage public affairs The wrangling and strife in Democratic party affairs in this city and State are due to this If they can not secure the nomination of their chosen candidates they seek to prevent the nomination of all for eigners and Catholics and those believed to be at all opposed to ostracizing them For Democracy they care no more than they did For Republicanism some years ago when for a time they controlled that party locallyonly to use as a cloak and a bait to deceive the partisan who blindly votes the ticket and thus helps them to win They were howling Republicans a Few years ago today they are true blue Democrats denouncing the Republican party and the foreign Democrats the Republicans for truckling to the Pope In Cuba Porto Rico and the Philippines and the foreign Democrats be cause they dont like a foreigner aohow And their record proves they will betray party to defeat candidates who disapprove of their Intolerance as a few years ago posing as Republicans and failing to dictate the nomination their u 1JI t j I treachery defeated Judge Evans for reelection to Congress in this districtThis is the element that is schem ing to control the Democratic party and dominate affairs in Kentuckyi and the South that they may l exclude foreign immigration or I failing in this only allow the foreigner I like the negro to be laborers and taxpayers ostracized from voting and holding office It was against taxation without representation that the American Colonies protested and revolted but England has not changed her policy Having by promises in the terms of peace caused the Boers to surrender and obtained control of the Transvaal the Imperial Government is dictating the free government to be established over the colony The latest decree is that negroes and aliens must not be allowed the rights of citizens only loyal white British subjects are to be allowed to vote and hold office The American Republic is a living protest against that kind of free government but strangely the only truly loyal Americans we have are seeking to reestablish the English policyexclude negroes and aliens from citizenship that only loyal white Americans of their standard be allowed to vote and hold office The Chicago labor unions have turned the tables on those employers who refuse to recognize unions and insist on protecting the liberty of workingmen by treating only with the individual To carry out their Idea they organized the Employers Association and gave out their defi Last week the waiters in hotels clubs and restaur ants went on strike Some of the employers signed the scale and the association realizing they were whipped sent a request to union headquarters for a conference which was refused with the declara tion that the Employers Associa tion was not recognized and the union would treat only with indi vidual employers and the humili ated employers crowded over each other to sign the union agreement all of which would have been avoided if the Employers Associa tion committee had met and con ferred with the union committee before the strike There are ob stinately foolish employers as well as workingmen Lord Roberts the Irish Com manderinChief of the British army is to be the guest of the Boston Dstillery Company That ought to put him in good spirits GRAND SUCCESS Mackin Councils Annual Out Ing Drew an Enormous Crowd Mackin Council Y M I held a very successful picnic at Fern Grove on Tuesday It was successful numerically socially and financially In the morning- one boat carried an immense crowd to the grounds and In the afternoon two boat loads were carried up The picnic committee made up of George Lautz Den Sands Will Kerberg Hugh J Higgins George Simonis Frank Adams Tom Shaughnessy Fred Herp Frank- LanlhanIobn Galway and Alfred Wahl lid heroic and incessant work in main taming the dignity of the Council and looking after the wants of tHe people during the trip up the river at the grounds and en route home No pleas inter outing was ever given by any local society and all who attended were well pleased with their experience The holders of winning tickets are as follows No 166 a handsome sideboard 167 parlor lamp 1471 box of cigars 107 box of tobacco 546 silk sofa pillow 1010 one years subscription to the Louisville Times 2301 silk umbrella 2929 pair of trousers 2265 rocking chair 1606 gentlemans hat 57 one years subscription to the Kentucky Irish American 2781 one barrel of flour 187 gentlemans hat 2 automatic swing 82 pair of trousers The drawings were conducted by little Miss Alice Kannann Master Henry Ker berg Dr Alphonse Blzpt and Council man A J Bizot From present indlca iona Mackin Council will net 500aa a result of the picnic To their friends one and all the members of Mackin Council return hearty thanks for the upport given them Persons holding the winning tickets can get their prizes by applying to William Kerberg at Mackin Club House 530 Twentysixth street JEFFERSONVILLE EXCURSION An excursion for the benefit of St Anthonys church Jeffersonville will be run to Fern Grove toayA largeattend- sace la expected c n r E6Tw 1 John Hegan and children have returned from a visit to friends in Bullltt county Mrs George Conley of the Highlands is the guest of Mrs Logan Simpson at Crescent Hill Mrs WH Mahoney of Carlisle iis visiting his sister Mrs C W Dorsey Crescent Hill John T Sweeney who visited his mother near Jeffersontown has returned to Fort Thomas TMiss Hannah Muldoon has gone to join her sister Mrs Byron Hilliard at Warm Springs Va Miss Mae Hoertz of Beechmont has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Parkland Miss Nannie Sheehan of Maud Wash ington is the guest of Mrs Wallace Mc Kay at Crescent Hill Miss Mary B E Greif and David Louraine of Paducah will be united in marriage late in June M J Carroll wife and children have gone to Pensacola and other Southern cities for a lengthy visit Miss Mary Conroy and Patrick Flynn have returned from visiting their cousin Mrs Jackson Flynn fa New Orleans Col R M Kelly and wife and two daughters Misses Mary Anderson Kelly and Lida Kelly will spend the summer at Forest in this county Mr and Mrs HS Mcljutt their daughter Mrs Lilly Cimiotti and her son Charles Cimiotti have returned from n pleasant visit to Bullitt county Thomas P Tarpy is in Indianapolis this week as Chairman of the Kentucky delegation to the national convention of the Travelers Protective Association Charles Dietz will hold a reception to morrow at his home 1030 East St Cather ine street in honor of his daughter who will receive her first holy communion The marriage of Miss Agnes Mohan of Paducah and Will Richardson of Chi cago will be solemnized at St Francis de Soles church Paducah on Tuesday June 16- Miss Elvy Curtin is the guest of Miss Lulu Murphy at Pewee Valley this week Miss Curtin will take a prominent part in the commencement exercises of the Girls High School A pretty little lady from Babyland has arrived to gladden the home of Jacob Busch 715 East Kentucky street The little one arrived last Sunday morning and will be christeued Angelinay Joseph Mullens of Henderson and Miss Katie Uydon of Paducah were united in matrimony in the latter city last week at St Francis de Sales church Rev Father Jansen performed the cere mony Miss Florence A Hillerich who will be one of the graduates of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Wednesday morn ing will hold a reception at her home 1025 West Broadway at 8 oclock that eveningJ Mulhall and Miss LllHe G Shea were married at St Patricks church by the Very Rev Father Cronin on Wednes day evening After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Mulhall left on an extended wedding tour They will be at home after July 1 The H T Club gave a dance at the Golden Rod Clubs rooms on Payne street Wednesday evening An address by John Scanlan was one of the features of the evening Refreshments were served and an enjoyable time was had by those who attended Mr and Mrs Philip Hubbuch and their three daughters left Thursday for New York and on Tuesday will sail for Europe Mrs Riverman and her son Henry Riverman and Henry Krull will also be In the party of tourists They expect to be gone three months Joseph Lally a popular young man of the West End and who has been for the last eight years a clerk in the general freight office of the Louisville Nash ville Railroad Company at Second and Main streets left Monday night for a months visit to Norton Va Mr Lallys health has been slightly impaired re cently His friends hope to see him return in perfect health Mr and Mrs David C Crites have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter Miss Anna Crites and Arthur W Gathof The marriage will be solem lized at St Charles Borromeo church at IJI oclock on the morning of Wednesday June 24 A wedding breakfast will be served at the home of the bride 2535 Elliott avenue After a brief bridal tour Mr and Mrs Gathoff will be at home to their friends at 1513 West Madison street after July L Miss Crites is a handsome and accomplished young lady of the West End Mr Gathof is employed In the gentlemens furnishing department- of John C Lewis big store Michael J Hill and Miss Nellie Mul caywi1l be united in matrimony at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 8 oclock on the morning of Wednesday June 24 Rev Father John T Hill a brother of the groom will officiate Nuptial mass will follow the ceremony Mr Hill holds a responsible position in the general offices of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company where he has been employed during the past fourteen years The bridetobe is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mrs Mary Mulcay of 1023 East Market street After a r4oeptlonto the friends of the oatractlsf parties at the home of the- brideKr aad Mrs Hill will take a trip tII Q n to New York Niagara Falls and other points of interest They will keep house In the Highlands on their return LOVING HEARTS Miss Allle M Roueche Is to Bocome Mrs Edward- L Andrlott Mr and Mrs George Nicolas have issued cards of invitation to the wedding of their daughter Miss Allie M Roueche I and Edward LAndriolt The wedding will be solemnized at St Cecilias church at 7 oclock Thursday morning June 18 The marriage ceremony will be followed by a breakfast at the home of the bride Later a reception will be held at the home of the grooms parents 2621 St Xavier street The attendants at the wedding will be Messrs Lawrence Andrlott and George Nicolas brothersof the bride and groom The groomtobe Edward L Andriott is the eldest son of Peter M Andriott the well known wagon manufacturer He is associated with his father in busi I ness Mr Andriott is a popular member of Mackin Counci Y M I He is au energetic hard working young man and has many friends all over the city The bridetobe Miss Allie M Roueche is a charming and accomplished young lady of the West End Since she graduated from the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy- a few years ago she has received many social attentions The many friends of both young people wish them a long period of happy married life DIED ON DUTY Fireman Harry Charlton Met Death While Answering an Alarm Harry H Charlton a member of the Louisville fire department met a sudden death In an unfortunate accident at First and A streets Sunday night about midnight Mr Charlton as aide to Assistant Chief Frank Hager was driving with the latter in response to au alarm from South Louisville The clatter of the horses hoofs on the asphalt pave ment prevented Capt Hager and his aide from hearing the approaching fast passenger train from Cincinnati When only a short distance from the train Capt Hager saw the danger and tried to turn his horse but it was too late The locomotive struck the firemens buggy and mashed it into splinters Capt Hager was only slightly injured but when the debris was cleared away poor Harry Charlton was found dead with a terrible hole in his head The remains were sent to his home at 432 East Kentucky street The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Pauls church Rev Father York official ing the interment being in St Louis cemeteryHarry Charlton was born iu Louisville twentyeight years ago and was the son of the Hon Albert Charlton and the late Margaret Charlton A few years ago he married Miss Nora Roache who with two small children survive him The father brothers sisters and beloved wife and family of the deceased have the heartfelt sympathy of the people of Louisville in their bereavement Harry Charlton died the death of a hero When the final summons came it found him at his post of duty hurrying away in the darkness of the night to save the property perhaps the lives of others He died as he lived faithful in his en deavors to aid his fellowman FATHER ROCK NAMED The Rev Father P M J Rock has been appointed by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey to succeed the late Monsignor Bouchet as Spiritual Director of the St Vincent de Paul Society The appoint went gives general satisfaction In fact a better one could not be made Father Rock is familiar with the work of the society in this city and is in touch with all the leading members His advice and kindly efforts will be of great benefit to the society tJ 1y o I t aI z t1 DONr EORGEr I Satolli Glee Clubs T xxfz JISITHSM1AJ Z = ss- d VV z p lJ H t Mtttttttttttttttttttt Mttttttttt ++t ++++++++++++ EAT A BRICK d l OF s Guscadens Ice Cream t t t t t t t t t t t t t t tt ttt mt MUMMMMMMMMMHtt t t t t Louisville Military Band PAUL M MUELLER SECRETAY MUSIC FOR PARADES PICNICS AND DANCING S W COR SECOND AND MAIN STS Leave Orders Office Hours9 a m to 5 p m Homo Telephone 1663 HMHMHHIHHH44HII I H I IIlIHHHIHI1C- UMBERLAND 1 1 l I t HOME PHONE 88 123 tI ARRETTr9 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER SSS EAST JMAIN STREETr the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business 11 11With husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 11 1111 11 I 1111111111 I 111 +I1oI I IIIt1IIiII FRANKFORT Special IrisAmerican the 1 Kentucky FRANKFORT KY June HAfter a long and bitter fight the Common Council of the city of Frankfort finally passed the Traction Company ordinance on last Saturday afternoon The opposition ti the ordinance came principally from the owners of transfer lines in this city while all of the business men of the city to whom the coming in of the Traction Company will be highly beneficial advocated its passage At a meeting of the Frankfort Commercial Club last week a stirring resolution requesting the passin- of the ordinance was adopted The ad vocates of a million dollar capital bill which is to be introduced in the Legislature this winter are jubilant and now predict that Frankfort having greater evidence of a progressive city with a splendid system of street railways will be in greater shape than ever before to secure the passage of the appropriation bill In addition to this the adoption of the ordinance guarantees the building off fourteen miles of electric railway to Ver sallies and fifteen miles to Lawrenceburg connecting these towns with Frankfort which will doubtless greatly enhance the business interests of the Capital City Inside of three months Frankfort will1 have one of the finest street railway systems in Central Kentucky somethin that she has long been in need of The local members of the Young lens Institute who attended the joint Initiation at Louisville Sunday were greatly impressed with the beauty of the new ritual and have gone to work to get up a class of fifteen or twenty to go through about July 12 The Louisville degre- team will be invited to put on the work On Monday afternoon next at 630 oclock the marriage of Miss Julia Sho walter of this city and Stephen W Gibbs Jr of Jeffersonville will be solemnized at the rectory of the Good Shepherd in this city the Rev T S Major officiating The bridetobe is one of Frankforts prettiest and most attractive girls and has by her delightful per sonality won for herself many friends not only in her home city but also in many neighboring cities where she has often been a charming visitor Mr Gibbs i one of Jeffersonvllles most popular an enterprising young business men and re sided in Frankfort for about three years where he made numerous friends After a short bridal tour the happy young couple will reside in Jeffersonville where Mr Gibbs is now located Their host of friends in this city extend best wishes for a long life of wedded bliss for the popular young people Mrs George B Salender and sister Miss Beatrice Ready have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr and Mrs W J Gorman spent Sun day in Louisville Mr J W Madigan spent Sunday in LouisvilleMr P Davis spent Sunday in ShelbyvilleA of Frankfort Lodge of Elks will attend the reunion at Lexiug ton June 16 and 17 A splendid pro gramme for the entertainment of the visitors has been arranged by Lexington Lodge pJ M- Poetofficea were first established in 1464 f t t ANNUL IRISH 8SOCIETYDIRECTORY- y A O IX- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice RyanFinancial1911 Dank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month FordgPresidentJames Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancialSecretaryIohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President John Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy gVice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut RelllyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Tuesdayeat Pfaus County President John Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice PresidentFrank Lynch Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y ovr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traeger HigginsdCorresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl MarshalWilliam Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Conn- ollyBOOKKEEPING TugU onto wpsitlaitruetlB 15NoClrrfor Bocls W L TStJBAH SXPS8T ACCOUNTANT 172 fourth Aft LIBERALS BAND Liberati and his celebrated band will open a two weeks engagement at the New Louisville Jockey Club grounds alwaysbeenhe made his first appearance here years ago as a cornetist The famous band Irouisvillefortime is full of interest to the lovers of popular music and the concerts will no doubt be well attended 4 u ufcu A faaii rt fcaainj jiijk1 a iim if ifii tiAii Amu1ucAiiFry I liDDAX j II Funeral Director and Embalmer iILLII PHOlYIPitmt3OO I Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS I 8J Repairing Rubber WEST GREEN and BEST DEPOT Seventh TICKET OFFICE Fourth INCORPORATED Book Paper Box RepreunUtlvis of Typewriter Kentucky Typewriter Supplies all and Green Sis1 KY IS Wanted to Mamma to IICAGO lItmUURAil4 ELEGANT Passenger Agent J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Manager McDORL PresidIO General Manager CLAY Brewery STREET FRANK LOUISVILLE KY t t A + t t BOOKSELLERSMANUFACTURERS PROPRIETOR Fifteen Ball Pool 248 West Jefferson St C 1140 LAUER Boarding Stable 428 430 OERTEL EAST BREWERY JEFFERSON BEER STREET Story Avenue LOUISVILLE KY I I 8 WAG N Carriage and Tires 205 and 207 ST BIG FOUR ROUTET- O Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA t MICHIGAN n TERMINALSy UNION Corner St and River CITY No Ave s J QATE 8 XyWARRENWM ACINCINNATI J aU L fi- v The Bradley Gilbert Co Blank i Manufacturers the Hammond for Ribbons etc for Machines LOUISVILLE CRYING She Go With Her ON THB tLuqi I r i n b PARLORDINING CAR District Louisville Ky Traffic ROOM ix Livery and 259 and 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 PHONB563 1227 E BROAD AY Illinois Central Railroad VERY LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAAnd t t ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Lxcursio- Sleepers to California Now Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way and Round- Trip Rates in effect on first and Tuesdays each month to the Sout and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs ofColandticketscallAgenteontheaet f addrewF W Harlow D P A Louisville n c l of Ss t r d Handsome bytheDEATH INTERFERES Commencement Exercises at Holy Rosary Academy Abandoned The Dominican Sisters of the Holy Rosary Academy have decided to aban don their commencement exercises this year owing to the death of Sister Fidelis This excellent young Sister had charge of the musical part Of the programme and had the work well in hand when she died Thursday of last week Out of respect to her memory the pupils and their parents requested the Sisters to abandon the commencement exercises this year Their request has been grantedMiss Suzanne Feighari the graduate and Miss Mary Rose Kelly the sub graduate will assist in the commence ment exercises at StICatherines Academy near Springfield next Wednesday The Holy Rosary Academy is an excellent school for girls and has just closed a prosperous year Sister Fidelis was born in Memphis twentyfour years ago She was known in the world as Miss Matilda Silver Her mother died when she was quite a small child and Miss Silver was placed underI the care of the Dominican Sisters Agnes Academy Memphis Seven years ago she graduated from that institution The academy was her home the Sisters were her sisters in very truth She could not bear to leave them She at once entered upon her novitiate and two years later she made her final profession as Sister Fidelis She was a most accom plished musician and was beloved by all the Sisters and pupils Eighteen months ago she was sent to the Holy Rosary Academy in this city She had been ill only a few days when death came to her relief Her untimely demise is greatly regretted ALL IN LINE Members of Division 1 Will Strive to Make the Field Day a Success Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a well attended meeting Tuesday night with President Mike Tynan in the chair Tom Cody and Patrolman James Twohig who had not attended a meeting for some time past were given a royal welcome when they appeared The report of the Committee on Federation was well received Thomas Dolan was made chairman of the Com mittee on Games for the Irish field day The County Board suggested frequent union meetings of all the divisions The suggestion met with favor and Division 1 is heartily in accord with the suggestion These meetings will probably be arranged for in the near future Other matters of great interest to all Hibernians were dis cussed and referred to committees Re ports will be made to Division 1 at its next meeting Every member of Division 1 is thoroughly impressed with the neces sity of making the field day a success NEW IF TRUE YorknHerald sends his paper from London a cablegram in which he says it is cur rently rumored that the Hon W Bourke Cockran the noted Irish orator is about to marry Miss Kathleen Mathew daughter of Lord Justice Mathew of the Supreme Court of England She is also a grand niece of the late Father Theo bald Mathew the noted Irish temper ance orator Miss Matthew is twenty two years old and very pretty Her Dillonhabout eight years ago He is now Ireland seeking to regain his health EDIFYING SPECTACLE Fallerfby Re11X Unterreitmaier gave the first holy communion toa does MarryeCatholic d ry day Within a few weeks these children and those who received their first com munion last year will be confirmed by the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue aux- ilIary Bishop of Indianapolis BANISHED MONKS To Sojourn Temporarily Wit I Brotheren at Gethse manl Abbey The Right Rev Abbot Edmond Obrecht of Gethsemani Abbey arrived in Louisville Wednesday with seventeen monks of the Cistercian Order These are the first of 300 members of the order who have been expelled from France to reach America They spent the day at Seelbachs Hotel in this city and in the evening departedfor Gethsemani Abbey abbeyisprobably be located either in Texas CaliforniaThus loss i3 Americas gait These good men have tieen driven fro I their homes in the abbeys of France1 which have been made sacred by thet lives of the Cistercian monks during the last six centuries They have made the wilderness to blossom as the rose have founded schools and colleges But t present Government of France desires banish all forms of religion The French monks have to go Father Obrecht will shortly make an other trip to New York and will meet another group of the banished monks It is expected that 100 of them will be at least temporary cared for in Gethsemanii The others will be cared for in Canada and Iowa HOLY CROSS CHURCH Will Be a Scene of Splendor Who n the Children Receive Holy Communion The Rev Father Bernard Cunningham will give the first holy communion to a class of twentyfive children at Ho Cross church at the mass at 830 oclock tomorrow morning It is expected that the church will be filled to overfiowin with friends and relatives of the Litt l e ones The children who are to receive are Robert Burrell Theodore Adams Frank Mulverhill Leo Patrick Louis Exley Edward Lickteig Jacob Schmidt Joseph Ryan and Thomas Reddingtou i and Misses Lillie Litchfield Mary Ecken Rosa Schnipp Josephine Klein Odelia Wold Julia Summers Carrie Ziller Ten tile Smith Magdalen Kesler Annie Summers i UtIle Eisner Rose Muth Hazel Bass and Lillie Bowman NINE GRADUATES The pupils of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy will hold their commencement exercises in the academy hall 1152 East Broadway at 10 ptclock on the morning of Wednesday June 17 The graduates will be Misses Agnes Elizabeth Coady Rose Cecilia Watson Katherine Louise Reedy Adelaide Mary Hillerich I Isabella Amelia Straub Gertrude Catherine McGinn Rose Augusta Fedler and Josephine Catherine Gnats The exercises promise to be of a high order Admission will be by ticket TO GIVE A SMOKER The Holy Name Society of St Louis Bertrands congregation will give a smoker at Bertrand Hallon Mon night One of the Dominican priests will deliver an address All the men of the parish are invited to attend The committee on arrangements is made up of John H Hennessy DJ Meagherond Joseph Morthorst dGOOD FOR BURNS tbiscltybute entativeofPoet C ef SpringfieldI at the national cohyeatioH of the Trav elers Protective Asspciatkra at Indian Of peoninerted iris poet t- U n IRISH HISTORY Should Be Taught In time Parochial Schools Says Division 4 A O H c Division 4 Ancient Order of Hiber nfans held a well attended meeting on Wednesday night President John Hen nessey was in the chair Applicationsi were received from Tim P Swirt Thomas Broderick and David Welsh It was decided to call the roll at all meetings here after and a fine to be assessed for nonattendance A communication from the national board officers showed that the order was advancing all over the country in point of membership The visiting committee reported that John Connors and James Hogan who bad been on the sick list had recovered Thomas Deviney is still ill Messrs John Hellon Harry Brady and John J Barry were appointed a committee to draught a physicians certificate for use in con nection with sick claims It was also determined to keep a record of unem ployed members of the division in order that it might be referred to by the employment committee JohnJT Meehan were present and both made addresses urging the members to make the field day a success State Secretary Meehan also stated that the Hibernians in this urgethatlanguagebequented by Irish children County Presi dent Sullivan spoke about the benefits to be achieved from the federation of Catholic societies Both addresses were well received CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Hold Annual Street Parade and Celebration Tomorrow Afternoon The various branches of the Catholic Knights of America of Louisville Jeffer theirhparade and celebration to morrow afternoon The various branches willassemble at St Marys church Eighth street near Grayson at 130 oclock At 2 oclock the parade headed by a platoon of policeand a brass band will move south to Walnut street then east to Fifth in past the Cathedral to Market street east to Brook south to Jefferson east to Jackson south to Green and thence to St Boniface church where vespers will be sung at 3 oclock After that the annual address will be delivered by the Very Rev Father Paul Alf From present indica tions there will 2000 men in line orSEASON FOR COAL knownmdealer in coal and coke has removed his office to 847 West Market street He is prepared to fill all orders large or small for freshly mined and well screened coal Mr Dougherty says this is the time of allhreceivetoprompt attention He is a young and energetic IrishAmerican who has worked hard to build up a successful business and is succeeding admirably SCHUH TO MEET SIMMS I George Schuh and Art Simms will meet in a twentyround boxing contest at Music Hall Monday night The men are to weigh 135 pounds at the ringside Schuh is a well known and promising local boxer Simms lives in Akron O He has met and bested several good ones The bout will be under the auspices of the Louisville Athletic Club A first class battle is promised TRINITY COUNCIL PREPARES The various committees of Trinity arelholding meetings and making arrange ments for their picnic to be given at areeouting ever held at Fern Grove by any association GRATIFYING TO ALL Rev Father Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church read the report of the Debt Paying Association last Sunday The report shows that the debt of the church is steadily decreasing Both the pastor and people are very anxious for the day to come when the debt will be entirelywiped out- AWAY ON LEAVE The Rev Father George Cone formerly secretary to our Right Reverend Bishop and now a curate at St Patricks church has been granted a months leave of ab sence He will spend it with relatives iin Bennington Vt HINTS ON STYLE Canvas dresses will be much worn Grapes embroidered in feathers is a new feature in millinery Belts of suede in gray drab or brown are worn with shirtwaists The new belts are shaped to perfection with the downward front drop dayAmong the newest things in parasols are those of red moire silk with blackII dots Artistically colored laces are quite the latest craze ea a trimming for summer dressesA severely plain style of dressing is by far the smartest mode at present for juveniles Fine+ cloths will be worn throughout the summer in light blue such as Delft and sky pink and the tendereat lettuce e green The closefitting front corset cover iis in a email minority this season all theJJ mace desirable trimlystyles haying full d fronts W u r r i THIS LITTLE BANK Will RemindYou To Save And youll put intb it small amounts that you WOULD NOT take around and deposit in 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WeekGeneral- News Notes Now push the field day Division 3 next Monday night JeOersonvllle meets Tuesday night Division meets next Friday night Boston Hibernians are arranging Ito hold a jIg street parade on Monda June 17 A steady growth ofmembers Is shown by reports from the divisions in New HampshirePresident Con Ford State Secretary Meehan John Keaney and Owen Kein expect a big attendance Friday night ito meet the new members The Hibernians of Onondaga county New York will hold a union picnic at Long Branch on Thursday June 25 At Kilkenny Minn more than fort new members were taken in during a May meeting The State officers and State degree team were present Division 1 Duluth Minn recentl initiated a large class It is taking a prominent part in a contest for membership between the various divisions inch StateThe Hibernians of Hampden county Mass are making great preparations for a field day on July 4 United State Senator Hoar will be present and witt deliver an address on American Citizen shipThe third anniversary of Ladies Auxiliary of Division 6 at Providence R I was held on the first Sunday in June More than a hundred guests were present and enjoyed the festivities of the eveningOne of the finest exemplifications of the ritual ever given was recently con ducted by the crack degree team of Division 18 when the newly formed division of Olneyville R I was inducted into the order Committees representing every division in Oneida county met in the hall of Division 2 of Utica New York and deter mined to hold an Irish field day The date has not been settled upon but iit will probably be during the first week in AugustDivision 3 of Syracuse New York the most recently organized division in that city made its initial public appearanc on St Patricks day of this year Since then it has initiated two large classes and will have to initiate another large clas in the near future Mrs Mary B Daley State President of the Ladies Auxiliary of Minnesota wil make a trip to Ireland this month Her husband will accompany her Mrs Daley won the first prize in the voting contest conducted by the Irish Standard of Min neapolis a year ago The Hibernians of St Paul held ai Initiation on the last Sunday in May ant 220 new members were taken in The Ramsey county Minn Hibernians now claim more than 2000 members and Division 4 with more than 000 claim to be the largest division in the world The members of the order at Pipestone Minn Elkton and Flaudreau of the same State will unite in a monster eels bration at Harts Grove on Thursday June 18 Addresses will be made bj Fathers Mangan Dermody Sheehan and other members of the order in Minnesota The quarterly convention of the Nor folk Ladies Auxiliary of the County Board of Massachusetts held recently was well attended There are nineteen divis Ions in this County Board of ladies with- a membership of more than 1800 The total membership of the Ladies Auxilaij in Massachusetts is in excess of 10000 SWEET GIRLS To Be Crowned As Graduates of the Sacred Heart Academy Sacred Heart Academy at Crescent Hill one of the best boarding schools for young ladies in Louisville or its vicinity will hold its closing exercises on the afternoon of Wednesday June 17 The closing exercises at this academy have always been of the highest excellence in every respect This year it is promised that an improvement will be made The past year has been a most successful one In fact the attendance has been so large and the prospects are so great that a new building Is necessary and is now in ourse of erection When this is com ileted Sacred Heart Academy will be second to none in Louisville It has an ideal location and a corps of ble teachers It gives its pupils excellent opportunities for moral mental and physical development When the young lady graduate goes forth she is prepared to make the most of the stern realities of life and the most of lifes possibilities The graduates this year are Misses Catherine A Fallahay Marie A Schill lng Martha B Young Antoinette B inkenbrink and Mary B Gels The closing exercises will begin with a satin chorus by the graduating class This will be followed by the salutatory elivered by Miss Marie Schilling She rill also have a few words to say on the duties of life The Misses M Young L Gels A Reeder M Klemenz M Hammer F EUwanger K Hammer B Walter and E Schilling will render everal beautiful instrumental selections A Delsarte exercise by one of the classes win follow After an essay by Miss Vary B Gels Misses K Hammer B Walter M Malbon and V Dawson will render an instrumental quartette The pupils will then present Ursula of Brit any1a historical drama Several other ntereeting numbers will intervene before Ji8 Martha Youngreads her valedictory nd ewRjr Labor Omnia Vincit after this will come the coronation of the- irsdustee conferring rof diplomas award ng of medals and other prizes The- nrerciseawill candikle witht an address ytheRevF trWilHauiGui epohl K P i WIDER FIELD Dr George P Beutel Jr Is Takinga PostGradu ate Course Dr George P Beutel Jr one of the brightest and most promising young physicians iu the city left Tuesday night for New York City There he will take a postgraduate course in the College of Physicians and Surgeons for six month On or before January 1 be will assume charge of the sanitarium at Martinsburg Ind an institution intended for rheumatic patients only For several years past Dr Beutel has had his office at 554 Fourth avenue and only gives up his practice to enter a wider and more remunerative field He has always been active in Young Mens Institute circles and has served faithfully and well as medical examiner for Trinit Council His many friends predict success for him in the field that he has chosenDr Beutel promises to send the Ken tucky Irish American a series of letter on his impressions of New York He writes like he talks and his conversatio is always interesting and instructive RECENT DEATHS Mrs Catherine Sullivan died at the family residence 617 Laurel street last Sunday afternoon Mrs Sullivan was a well known member of St Johns con gregation The funeral took place from St Johns church at 9 oclock Monda morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery Mrs Ann Meehan OConnell wife of William OConnell died at the family residence 2110 Portland avenue last Sunday night The deceased was wel known in the West End The funeral took place front St Cecilias church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The Interment was in St Louis cemetery Mrs MaryTeresa Sansbury wife of G T Sansbury of Lebanon died on May 26 and was buried on May 28 from St Augustine church Lebanon Ky Rev Father J A Hogarty officiating Mrs Sansbury was a popular lady in her community and the heartfelt sympathy of many friends were extended to the hus band in his bereavement Mrs Mary Weilutan an estimable young matron of St Louis Bertrand parish died at the family residence lilt Zane street last Saturday morning The deceased was before her marriage Miss Mary Allen Her funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock Monday morning The family have the sympathy of many friends iIn their bereavement Charles O Cox died at his residence near Anchorage at7 oclock Sunday night He had been ill of typhoid fever during the three previous weeks The deceasedwas a native of Ireland and was thirtysix years old He leaves a wife who was Miss Delia Halleran and two small children Mr Cox was a substantial farmer and had many friends in Jefferson county His remains were brought to this city and interred in St Louis cem etery SUPREME OFFICERS The annual election of Supreme officers of the Knights of Columbus took place at New Haven Conn last week and resulted as follows SnpremeKnlgbtEdward L Hearn South Framingham Mass Deputy Supreme KnightPatrick L McArdle Chicago Ill National SecretaryDaniel Col we I New Haven Conn National Treasurer Patrick J Brady Cleveland Ohio National Physician Dr William T McMannis New York City National Advocate James E McCon nell Fitchburg Mass Directors43 C Pelletier Boston William S i McKay Boston Dr A Smith and Charles E Weber Brooklyn DESERVES VACATION PatrolmanMike Barry left Thursday morning to enjoy his furlough He will spend one day with his brother John Barry in Kansas 111 and a week with hisson William J Barry a clerk in the employ of the Wabash Railroad Company at Kawas City Mo This is Mr tarrys first vacation during the past six years He has been an able and efficient member of the Louisville police force for nearly thirty years past t GLEE CLUBS EXCURSION Satolll Council Young Mens Institutes Glee Club will give its tenth an itral excursion up the river on the evening of Monday June 29 The steamer Columbia JIM been engaged for the occasion and wilt leave the First street wharf at 815 oclock Satbllls Glee Club is nloted f6jJig delightful summer excur alone Ttdhr time it will be better than ever Bad etpr feature of the evenings ntenalume t will be high daw I a IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The people of Limerick have organizes the Limerick Industrial League The Munster Feis Association has called for a general meeting on June 27 The Clonakilty Agricultural Society has determined to hold a horse fair in the near future The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and Countess Dudley paid a visit to the Cork ExhibitionThe assistants in the city of Waterford have an early closing movement on foot A monster bazar is to be held to aid it paying off the debt on St Colmans Ca thedral Queenstown A son of Peter Sheehan a farmer near Mallow while bathing was swept away by the current and drowned John Donovan has been elected one of the Town Commissioners of Queenstown vice David Twomey deceased Bishop R A Sheehan of Waterford has contributed three pounds three shil lings to the Irish Parliamentary fnnd Bishop OCallaghan of Cork admin istered the sacrament of confirmation to ia class of 6SO children at the Cork Cathe dralThe body of Edith Kent of Dublin was found floating in the Liffey It is believed she committed suicide while temporarily insane George Frederick Giggal a prominent young man of Bamsley was accidentally killed by a companion with a gun sup posed not to be loaded The Rev Father J ONeil O S F died recently in the Franciscan convent in Wexford He was one of the best known priests in Ireland The Right Rev Dr Browne Bishop ol Cloyne recently visited Midleton and administered the sacrament of confirma tion to 280 boys and girls The Irish tour of King Eduard will in elude visits to Dublin Cork Belfast Lis more Castle and Rockingham the Lord Lieutenants summer residence Denis Kilbride has been returned with out opposition as member of Parliament by the Irish Nationalists of South Kil dare He succeeds M J Minch who resignedPrivate Eldham a soldier in the Second battalion of Liverpool while bathing near Limerick was seized with cramps and drowned before assistance could reach him- Richard Mintern a young man of Cork has been presented with a certificate from the Royal Humane Society for saving the life of Leo Dunn who fell into the River Lee last April Hugh Towers a pensioner of the Royal Irish Constabulary seventyfive years old while slating a roof at Ballingarry slipped and fell forty feet striking on a stone wall His death was instantaneous Patrick Fitzpatrick well known plasterer of Cork fell from a residence where he was at work and sustained a fracture of the skull He died an hour later forti fied by the sacraments of the church The Executive Committee of the Irish landlords convention met in Dublin and passed a resolution expressing apprecia tion of the spirit displayed by all parties- in the debate on the second reading of the land bill Judge OConnor Morris of Roscom mon was presented with a pair of white gloves when he opened court on June 2- This signified that there was no crime in the county The grand and petit jurors were all dismissed The Feis Ceoil competitions at Dublin have proved highly successful The pro gramme included soprano mezzo soprano contralto tenor and bass singing- in Irish boys solo singing and ladies vocal trios and quartets The County Waterford is rapidly organizing In support of the Irish Parliamentary party fund Portlaw Carrickbeg Dun- hill Killea Ballyduff and Waterford City have been organized and are generously contributing the sinews of war While in a demented condition Timothy Galvin a section foreman in the employ- of the Limerick Kerry railroad wandered out on the track and was struck by- a fast passenger train He died while he was being conveyed to his home on a stretcher Michael Murphy Chairman of the Dublin Port and Docks Board entertained Lord Charles Beresford and officers of the Channel fleet at luncheon Lord leresford said he thought the time had come when Irishmen were going to bury 11 religious and party differences Patrick Hayden a young farmer near Dungannon met a frightful death He was working with two horses hitched to a grubber The horses became frightened by a passing cyclist Hayden was thrown rom his seat and dragged beneath the machine He was dead when found William OBrien arts John E Red tond leaders of the Irish Nationalist arty in the British Parliament addressed ar monster meeting in Cork last Sunday This meeting was the first of a series to- be held in Munster to organize a campaign in aid of the Parliamentary fund The council of the National Literary Society has appointed a subcommittee to secure funds to erect a bust of James larence Mangan the great Irish poet In some public place in Dublin The entenary of Mangans birth was cele gated in the beginning of the present month MIUIjganShe had suffered from melancholy after protracted spell of nervous prostration and was sent to visit friends at Bangor t There she objected to the watch that was laced over her movements She eluded l ter nurses and jumped into the river at temln to a small boat The curses followed her The excitement eauaed an attack of heart failure and sh- eIpie before the pursers reached her 1l New Transfer Station SEVENTH AND MARKET STREETS The New Transfer Station at Seventh and Market Streets having been completed will be opened to the public MONDAY JUNE 15 1903 TRANSFERS AVAILABLE FROM THIS STATION WILL BE AS FOLLOWS Brook Street Line Transferring West to Portland avenue East to Shelby street West to West Market street East to Frankfort ave West to Fountain Ferry to Blind Asylum i Second Street Line Transferring West to Portland avenue East to Shelby street West to West Market street East to Frankfort ave West to Fountain Ferry to Blind Asylum Seventh and Brook Streets Line TransferringW- est to Portland avenue East to Shelby street West to West Market street East to Frankfort ave West to Fountain Ferry to Blind Asylum Twelfth Street Line Transferring West to Portland avenue East to Shelby street West to West Market street East to Frankfort ave West to Fountain Ferry to Blind Asylum Frankfort Avenue or Blind Asylum Line Transferring To Brook street line To Second street line To Twelfth street line To Seventh street line Shelby Street Line Transferring To Brook street line To Second street line To Twelfth street line To Seventh street line Portland Ave Line Transferring To Brook street line To Second street line To Twelfth street line To Seventh street line West Marketand Fountain Ferry Line Transferring To Brook street line To Second street line To Twelfth street line To Seventh street line LOUISVILLE RAILWAY COMPANY COAL AND COKE JOS DOUGHERTYWholesale and Retail Dealer in PITTSBURGH JELLICO and KENTUCKY COAL Home Phone 256 Call me up StreetPruhlyI J I IID A AAI 16 ZZDIiIiDRUIUU1Ift I GranW Smiths Sons III e I Funeral Directors ii- II And Embalmers SwtS IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer = Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short NoticeI M MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET I = TELEPHONE 810II ftI1IIn 1 DnUIDD11 1 boo7ree nnq nIr ust a G tH8AI f j Penman tr- 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