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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J KENTUCKY AMERCAN 7 O UMEXNO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 27 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS I GRADUATING GLASS OF SljJ XAVIERS COLLEGE 1903 LOUIS KING EDWARD NORTON TIEUNEY HENRY STULTZ GORY PAUL JOSEPH THIEMANN LOUIS DEPPEN COADY GEORGE HERMAN BUXE JOHN JOSEPH rCJARL mow BEIRNEI CHARLES FRANKLIN TAYLOR GEORGE BERTRAND BARRETT ALBERT LEO KIPPES i IILEOAUGUSTGATHOF LEONARD ALOYSIUS McHUGH GEORGE HENRY HUBER IN KENTUCKY Able and Intelligent Young Mon a Women Receive Education Season of School Commence ments Brought to a 8uc K r cessful Close jiIII J Ai r +n aiw r The Bluegrass State Can Bo Proud ot Her Catholic Children GOODOMENS FOR STATES FUTURE Another commencement season has been brought to a successful close In every State in the Union one or more colleges academies and universities have sent forth young men and women to fight the world and advertise the schools from whence they came Kentucky has certainly done her part tills year There may be some of her sons who tote guns and drink red liquor but there is a great and growing desire for education thsbeautifut Bluegrass State of ours Right here let it be said that Kentucky is up with the best when it comes to educational institutions that educate Nazareth Loretto St Catherines St Marys St Xaviers and a score of others send forth young women and young men who have the foundation of a solid eduction They know there iis something to live for besides this worlds goods They become good citizens good business men good husbands loving fathers or good mothers queens in their respective homes Always they are good Catholics Some become priestsI and B ishops others become nuns and devote their lives to educating the young and to works of charity After all what is higher education What is the highest education To know God to love Him to serve Him in this world that we may be happy with Him forever in the next What then must be the crowns of glory awaiting these good men and women Brothers and Sisters who are engaged in educating the young in the principles of the Catholic religion They are in the world but not ot it Historic Nazareth an academy for girls known all over the world as the alma mater of bright women held itsI eightyninth annual commencement last week The school halls and grounds were crowded with friends of this grand old institution After an interesting and L varied musical and literary programme the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey con ferred diplomas upon Misses Julia A Hogarty Rebecca McElroy Margaret L Fitzpatrick Teresa I Wathen Bessie E Townsend Julia H Uhlhorn Stellf I OConnor Miriam E Wathen Many of the clergy of the Louisville and from other dIOCrof present at the exercises 1 And glorious old Loretto celebrated her t commencement exercises on Wednesday of last week Graduating honors were conferred on Misses Elizabeth Green StettaSlatterYjjleeIti i Lemon+ The degrees were confessed by the Rev Father Patrick Walsh pastor off the Church of the Sacred Heart Louis villa The exerciser were entertaining and displayed the careful training ive tkeptgiia bytbegood Sisters of Loretto GetfcawMMli College for boys hem J fiftysecond annual commencement last Wednesday The beautiful grounds were thronged with people who arrived by train in carriages horseback muleback and on Shanks mare Diplomas were awarded to William H Medley of Loretto Ky Joseph E Griffin of Brooklyn N Y and Robert Cambron of Uniontown Ky The exercises were liberally applauded A feature was the address of welcome delivered by the Very Rev Father OConnell of Bards town to Father Henry Pelleton Father Superior of the refugee Trappist monks who arrived from France a week previ ens Quite a number of clergy of Louis villa atteaideathe exercises The commencement exercises of St Xaviers College took place Wednesday night As usual the hall was crowded and standing room was at a premium The programme was varied and Interesting Thirteen young men received diplomas They were John J Beirne Albert L Kippes George H Buxe George B Barrett Edward N Tierney Paul J Thiemann Louis D Coady Leo A Gathof Charles L King Leonard A McHugh George H Huber Charles F Taylor and Henry Stultz Goby Mr Goby was adjudged the winner in the oratorical contest Many of the clergy were present Rev Father William Gausepohl conferred the degrees and presented the medals Charles L King delivered the saluta tory and an essay ouliThe Papacy which showed considerable thought E Norton Tierney delivered an oration on The Great White Shepherd and the valedictory Mr Tierney is regarded as one of the brightest boys ever sent forth from St Xaviers College lu the elocu tion contest for the gold medal donated annually by Frank A Geher the contestants handled their subjects in a masterly manner It was hard to tell which was the best but when the judges decided in favor of Mr Goby the audience gave their verdict a hearty approval All of these boys are worthy sons of still more worthy sires men who have come up from the ranks and who are lending all their efforts to make good citizens of their boys Young Goby Is the son of a well known restaurant man Norton Tierney is the son of a well known rail road man John J Beirne is the son of John Beirne a well known policemen Paul Thiemann is the son of Henry Thiemann teller of the Southern Na tional Bank Belrnes boy won three medals and his father is proud of him They have all a right to be proud of their boys for the showing made Wednesday night This commencement is the end of ten years at school The thirteen graduates have performed their duties faithfully and well Now that they are going forth to battle 4 with the world let them be proud of their fathers their Alma Mater St Xaviers College of the Brothers who Instructed them and their religionThomas Keeley of Holy Cross parish penmanshipThe s parochial school were held in St Johns Hall Clay street near Walnut on Thurs day evening The Very Rev Father Bax has always prided himself on his parochial schools This year the enter tainment was brighter and better tha ever SECOND ADVERSARY The second anniversary of St Anthony HospitalI Sewing Society will be held at St Martins church at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon Solemn vespers willfbe followed by benediction of the inoat blessed sacrament The regular monthly annualaentertainment will be held at the hospital tion Wednesday rely lt730 oclock Q- o n e IRISH FIELD DAY Main Topic of Conversation IIs Among the HibernianII Members Division 1 Paving the Way For Formation of Ladles Auxiliary Iiit jIi State President Keenans Appeal Promptly Responded to by Division 4 SEVERAL INITIATIONS TO BE HELD The Irish field day celebration con tinues to be the popular topic of conver sation at meetings of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Every evidence is given that the interest this year will exceed that of last year and that there will be more games and a greater diversityof amusements than last year Division 1 met last Tuesday night with President Mike Tynan in the chair Peter Cosgrove was elected to member ship Thomas Keenan Jr and Patrick Mooney made application for member ship It was announced that a commun ication from National President Dolan will be read and discussed at the next meeting It was also decided to hold a big initiation at the meeting to be held on thesecond Tuesday in July Patrick Holley and Thomas Keenan advocated a new sick benefit certificate The matter will be acted upon at the next regular meeting Mr Keenan also advocated holding a reception for the ladies He wanted the members to bring their wives sisters and friends to this reception The suggestion met the hearty approval of all present and a sum of money was appropriated for this reception which will be held at an early date This will be the first step toward the establishment of a Ladies Auxiliary Other divisions are expected to follow in the wake of Division 1 Secretary Peter Cusick was reported ill Vice President Thomas Dolan made an earnest appeal to Hibernians in gen eral to pay more time and attention to the care of the widows and children of deceased members of the order Father less little ones he said should have every educational advantage It was the duty of Hibernians to look after these little ones and to guard and guide the widow anti orphans He also urged all to be more regular in their attendance at meetingsA discussion of the Irish field day proposition followed Division 1 has charge of the games Thomas Dolan is Chairman of the committee aud all entries must be made with him It Is intended to have an old fashioned Gaelic foot ball game as a feature Besides andnjumping races putting the shot throwing the hammer etc Interest intbe event is increasing and the Hibernian s are looking forward to a very successful1 outing Division 4 met Wednesday night President Hennessey presiding An unusually large crowd was present Wijliam Reardon James Loftus William Haul hen and Ed Kearpey were 8edfOr membership John OConnor who bad boca on the sick list for tome time was reported well Thomas Deveaey is Mill ill but iis improving It war decided to f7 UiI i u hold as Initiation onJuly 8 State President Thomas Keenan was present and told how Division 1 had determined to give ajgeceptjon with a aiesAuxiliaryHisi Division 4 agrEed to apioriate a liberal sum for the ladies reception Divisions 2 and 3 will follow and iin a few weeks the four divisions wfil hold this joint reception Jt Is probible that it will be held at Fountain FerryMirk Mr Keenan also spoke of the interest tbat was being taken1fn the field day project President Hen issey reported eworkfordivision will look after the refreshments ORPHANS OUTING And Concert to BeHeld at St Josephs Asylum Grounds Late Next Month An outing and concert will be given at St Josephs Orphan Asylum grounds on the afternoon of Wednesday July 22 The affair will be under the auspices of St Josephs Orphan Asylum SocietyII There will be no dancing and no intoxicating 1 drinks on the grounds The Ladies Auxiliary of the mens society I will meet at St Martins church after vespers tomorrow afternoonii St Josephs Orphan Asylum is under I the care of the Germanspeaking Catho I lies of the city of Louisville Mr Frank A Geher is President of the societyII Their orphans are well cared for and make good citizens Father Kellerman j one of the priests who celebrated his first mass at St Martins church a week ago was raised in this orphan asylum It be hooves the Catholics of Louisville to help make the outing a success and to cheer the hearts of Gods little ones as our late Monsignor Bouchet was want to call them BLESSED BY POPE LEO Public Consistory Held in Rome Was Well At tended His Holiness Leo XIII held A public consistory on Thursday which was at tended by thousands Special tribunes or stands were erected for members of the diplomatic corps the Knights of Malta the Roman aristocracy the family of the Pope and relatives of the newly created Cardinals There were many Americans present among them Monsignor Kennedy Rector of the American College in Rome Mon signor Farrelly Secretary of the American College and Privy Chamberlain to the Pope the Most ReV Robert Seton formerly Bishop of Jersey City titular Archbishop of Heliopolis and the Right Rev F Z Rooker Bishop of Jarro P I Pope Leo smiled as be blessed the crowds be was being borne through His chair was followed bya gorgeous procession of Cardinals in scarlet Mon signori in purple and priests in th habits of their respective orders BISHOP KEPT BUSY A class of fifty boys and girls received their first holy COn luaiouat St Louis Bertrands church aj 730 oclock 1 lat Sunday morning Ai ter the mass they were confirmed by th Right Rev Bishop jOnj1i four boys and four girls received tWr first holy com edIRight Rev Bishop on Monday morning = E =u n CLOSED I Is the Long and Useful Life of 1 Englands Catholic PrimateEi Cardinal Vaughan Fell a Victim to Dropsy d HearttDisease I e Dead Churchman Was a Loader in Social and EducationalII Reforms I J I SOMETHING ABOUT THE CARDINAL His Eminence Cardinal Vaughan RoI man Catholic Bishop of Westminster andI Primate of England died at midnight last Saturday Cardinal Vaughan had been suffering from dropsy and heart disease for a long time but his death was not expected so soon The dead Cardinal was a man of handsome striking and imposing appearance He had few ene mica and was regarded as a wise and able leader of the church Cardinal Vaughan was born at Stony hurst the seat of the Vaughan family in 182 The Vaughans while not belong ing to the nobility were of considerable means Young Vaughan received his primary education at the celebrated Jesuit College at Stonyhurst and was ordained to the priesthood in 1854 In 1882 he was consecrated Bishop of San ford and ten years later succeeded Cardi nal Manning as Archbishop of West minster In 1893 he was named Cardinal During his administration as Primate of England he exhibited great ability in dealing with many difficult and delicate questions that arose The Catholic churc made great strides in England under hi directionA years ago he precipitated a con troversy in English religious classes by proposing terms for the absorption of all1 the Protestant sects within the fold of the Roman Catholic church Of course that meant that each and every member must accept all that the Catholic church teaches In this controversy he displayed rare powers as a debater and his addresse- led many to investigate the teachings o the church and later to enter the fold The following story Is told of him About thirtyseven years ago he came toI America to collect funds for a missionary college He sought the blessing of hisI Holiness Pius IX who was then Pope The blessing was given willingly but the Pope sought to deter the young priest from his mission You are going on a fruitless errand gild the Pope Butt the young man returned some monthsI later with a comfortable sum of money and wrote to the Papal secretary TeniI his Holiness that his blessing was worth prophecyeNot a great while ago CardinalI Vaughan acted as intennetliary betwee- his Holiness Leo XIII and the Englis- pilgrims on the occasion of the address of the Duke of Norfolk when the latter expressed the hope tbat temporal power would be restored to the Pope Tbl I utterance aroused indignation among car tain classes both in England and Italy When Edward VII was crowned King of England and had taken an anti Catho lie oath Cardinal Vaughan directed a general communion among the faithful I fin a spirit of reparation Politically Cardinal Vaughan waa a most pronounced R F Tory but in church affairs was inclined toward what is known as the school of Liberal Catholics While he was apparently cold and haughty in his manner and appeared to be an aristocrat of the most pronounced type those who knew him best declare that his apparent coldness was due to shyness and timidity He was untiring in his devotion to work and duty and ever a leader in educational and social reform He wes a friend to the poor and a foe to intemperance One monument to his life and work will be the new and handsome Cathedral at Westminister vhlc iaspeeen t tt c yyIlY t yPara which the dead man was pushing toward 1Whennal Vaughns death he sank upon his knees and prayed long and earnestly The Right Rev Francis Bourne Bishop of Southwark is being mentioned as most likely to succeed Cardinal Vaughan as Archbishop of Westminister The Kentucky Irish American is in debted to Prof James Perry organist and director of the choir of St Patricks church for the picture of the late Cardinal Vaughan Prof Perry received the portrait from the Rev Father Herbert White who was for some years pastor of StA ugustlnes church in this city One local paper that has a facility for mis stating affairs relating to Catholics says that since the death of Cardinal Vaughan Cardinal Gibbons is the only Englis- speaking Cardinal Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh and Primate or Ireland speaks the English language so does Cardinal Francis Patrick Moran Archbishop of Sydney Australia who succeeded a brother of the late Cardinal Vaughan as Archbishop of Sydney Cardinals Martinelll Satolll and Tasche reau are all Englishspeaking Cardinals Doubtless many more of the hinges ofr the church can carry on a conversatio- in I the English language One remarkable thing about the Vaughan family is that Cardinal Vaugha- was one of seven brothers who enteredl the priesthood CATHOLICSs Held Annual Meeting of Fed oration and Elected Officers The State Federation of Catholic Societies of Indiana held its annual Sundayfprincipal y Antony Maitre National Secretary of the Federation The election of officers re suited as follows President Peter Wal rath Evansville First Vice President William Fogarty Indianapolis SecondI Vice President Mrs Thomas Barrett Indianapolis Secretary Dennis P Downs Terre Haute Treasurer Joseph ODay Executive Board F W Harnes fager of Evansville John Finan of Elwood John Dawson of Muncie Jame- i LangdonITipton conven tion at Atlantic City John R Walsh of Indianapolis Edward Reardon of Ander son J W Breen of Loogootee Martha Jobhn NEW ALBANY PRIEST HONORED- r The Rev Father Francis X Unterreit meter assistant rector of St Mary church New Albany has been honor by being transferred to the Catholic Uni versity at Washington D C where will be one of the professors He bat been stationed atSt Marys during t put four years His people ia New Al bany are glad of his promotion If d CARDOME r A Splendid Educational Insti tution in the Bluegrass ARegion It Is Ably Conducted by the Good Sisters of thexVisitation a 1 t and Handsome Building Almost Completed at Great Cost THREE GRADUATES THIS YEAR Cardome Convent of the Visitation was a scene of life and gayety last week on the occasion of the commencement exercises Cardome is in Scott county about a mile from Georgetown Ky The commencement took place on Friday June 19 The programme was excellent in every detail the vocal and instrumental Ahlarge crowd of friends of the pupils and Sisters of the Visitation were on hand to encourage pupils sari teachers The Right Rev Camillus P Maes Bishop of Covington occupied a position of honor He conferred the degrees upon the grad uates and concluded the exercises with a brief address commending the work of this institution There were three graduates Miss Pearl Robinson Montgom rImantown Ky and Miss Annie Gorey Paris Ky propsnplace among the leading academies of the country On July 14 1875 a little colony of seven Sisters of the Order of the Visitation removed from their clois ters at Maysville Ky and founded a house of their order at White Sulphur Springs in Scott county Sister Mary Angela a woman of courage zeal and tact headed this little band She encountered many difficulties but overcame them all In the follow lug September these Sisters opened the Academy of Mount Admirabilis It began with fifteen pupils who boarded at the institution The Sisters also had a fair number of day pupils from the sur rounding country At first the institu tion had but seventeen rooms After three years the number of boarders hadaincreased somuch that a new play hall dormitory and study hall had to be erected Again in 1885 it became neces sary to make other additions and in 1888 more buildings had to be provided So u the number of pupils increased until the good Sisters saw the necessity of remov sing nearer a railroad center and building a more colossal academy Seven years ago they removed to Cardome about one mile from Georgetown Ky At first the Sisters occupied the fine old mansion RobinsonWebstera few of the distinguished men who had been sheltered within its walls It is in the heart of the beautiful Bluegrasa toot fsforilyears gentleegbmen nearing Completion and will be dadl 0e Art literature science and music fe alf their branches are taught at Canlome v V i V FIy KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN 1NINIIIIIIIIIININN Bevoted to tHe Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Louisville Postofflce M SecoftdCInss Matter Add en all Commneicatloneto tile KENTUCKY 1IRISH AMERICAN 326 Westl Green Street TRAOES UNIEfl COUNCIL I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 27 1903 THE LAND BILL The Irish Nationalists in Parliament i by their frankness and firm ness have gained an important point in the pending land bill They had stated that the bill was not satisfactory that they would offer amendments but would not advocate the rejection of the bill would allow it to pass and seek its amendment in future Their position was fully understood Dis cussion developed the evils of the provisions to which the Irish mem bers objected and proved the cor rectness of their claims that the bill would not be beneficial either to tenant landlord or Government but a handicap to all The result was a conference be tween representatives of the ten ants landlords and Government which has agreed on a compromise accepting a modification of the more important amendments sug gested by the Irish Nationalist members and these amendments will be adopted and the bill passed by the House of Commons It iis also believed that as a result the amendments which render the bill practical of enforcement and acceptable to Irish peopleami landlords removes the real basis of opposition and the bill will also pass the House of Lords The Irish Nationalists of Parlia ment have pursued a most con servative and commendable course that has won the confidence off their constituents and the respect of their opponents Frankness dis pels suspicion and disarms resist ance So the bill had to be con sidered on its merits and from the conditionsrwith the acrimony of race and re ligious hate eliminated The out spoken declaration and manly standi of the Irish National members of Parliament brought this about and virtually left the settlement of the case and the fate of the bill with the other two parties to the issue the landlords and the Government the Irish members only freely and readily giving suggestions and facts antd the real situation in Ireland Th outcome the virtual acceptance of the amendments asked in behalf of the tenantsa complete surrender by the landlords and Governmentt after failure of their own efforts to uphold and pass the bill they had proposedis a victory to the credit of the Irish representatives and pleasing to the Irish people LIPTON CONES AGAIN Sir Thomas Lipton has come i again and with a new yacht the Shamrock III will for the third time try to lift that cup by defeating an American yacht also a new one the Reliance the race to take place in August Sir Thomas was received with honors by the sports men local and national officials and though declining invitations to social functions accepted an invita tion to visit and lunch with Presi dent Roosevelt Sir Thomas Is pop ular and deservedly so with the American people for his uniform gentlemanly conduct and his un wavering pluck though striving to wrest a trophy from America An other thing that is admirable is his devotion to his native land and people Though a poor boy who by industry and persevering energy has become one of the richest merchant princes honored titled and feted he Is still an Irishman and proud of it All his yacht bear Irish names o and he Is an ardent patriotnot of the noisy port whose Influence and I purse are given to furthering Irish national interests Of course Amen e cans hope Sir Thomas wiltagain fail to lift the cup but should he win they will certainly bear defeat with the same generous and kindly feeling as he has twice and fully agree he fairly won a deserved vic tory BOTH SIDES SATISFIED W W Thum sitting as Special Judge in the case of the Louisville Silver and Beveling Company and J B Mason Co against strikers rendered an opinion that ought to meet the approval of all fairminded people both among employers and employes The plaintiffs sought to prevent union men from picket ing their establishment and endeavoring to prevent nonunion men from working for the plaintiffs- In each case Judge Emmet Field had granted a temporary injunction The matter was then taken before Special Judge W W Thum for a final hearing So nicely did Judge Thum weigh the evidence and so delicately yet firmly has he laid down the law that both sides are pleased satisfied Judge Thum holds that the petitions of plaintiffs set forth offenses committed by the defendants which were not substan tiated by the evidence He also holds that there was no dispute asi to wages hours of work or condi tions of work The factories refused to recognize the union and contemplated discharging the union men and filling their places with nonunion men The strike fol lowed and the strikers picketed the establishmnents where they had been employed and endeavored to prevent others from seeking em ployment therein Judge Thumt holds that the evidence shows tha the strike and picketing was con ducted in a peaceable manner He also holds that labor has a right tJ combine as well as capital and that labor unions have a right to do picket duty as long as they do no violence At the same time he clearly defines the rights of the nonunion man whom he says canI and must be protected IIRON MASTER NO LONGER milee link in the great African railway from Cape Town to Cairo Africa is completed and trains running thanks to American genius and en terprise but to the utter disap pointment and humiliation pf Eng lish iron workers and Contractors About five years ago the railway company called for bids for thirty five steel bridges of various heights up to 112 feet and of varying lengths up to a quarter of a mile to be finished within five years the railway company to prepare the foundations After much haggling the contract was awarded to British firms all the American bids being rejectedThe devoted several months to getting material on the ground and beginning the work and after nearly three years being granted extensions of time had finished only eight bridges As the highest and longest bridges were yet to be built the railway company realized it would at that rate require at least ten years to open up the road andas the Brit ish contractors asked a further ex tension of time it was refused the contracts cancelled and new bids advertised for A little over two years ago an American bridge company was awarded the contract to build the remaining twentyseven bridges including the longest and highest agreeing to begin on the work im mediately after plans were received All the iron and steel work had to U tl Q be got out in the shops shipped to Uganda and put up machinery to be provided men to be hired and arrangements made to commence the erection of bridges in Uganda within three months and finish en tire contract within seven months after foundations were completed British contractors insisted and proved by experts that the work barring accidents and delays coul not possibly be completed within five years The foundation work had progressed far ahead of the British bridge builders owing to their dilatoriness so that when the American builders began they were far behind the foundation workers Twenty men were sent to attend the build ing and they were regarded by the Britishers with incredulity and ridi cule Nearly all were young men the chief engineer in full charge being only twentyfour years old They were not to do the work but merely to direct it All materials and supplies were shipped on char tered vessels from the United States railway switches were laid anden gines and special cars carried iit promptly to the building site iit was handled by specail machinery in shipment and placed in position a commissary furnished supplies i and American cooks looked after feeding the workmen water the lack of which had delayed work and caused sickness to the Britishers was obtained by driving and drilling wells in regions thought to be arid deserts or rocky wastes an Ameri can physician devoted more atten tion to sanitation to prevent rather than cure sickness For the actuall workers sailors and stevedores from Asiatic ports did the building the heavy unskilled labor by natives all under the direction of the American superintendents Within less than a year the bridge builders ha caught up with the foundation work their greatest feat which as tonished the British engineers andl pleased the railway officials bein the complete erection of a bridge 1200 feet long and seventy feett high in sixtynine days From thatt time the bridge builders pushed the foundation contractors who had to hire additional force and work over time to comply with their part oft foundationts ready for the bridge work In a little over two years after th Americans began the entire wor twas complete and the railroad ofr 700 miles was ready for the trains The British engineers and experts had seen accomplished under their very eyes in two years what they contended could not be done In 1less than five twentyseven bridges including the longest and highest put up in less time than BritishI contractors had put up eight ordi nary bridges and the last and long est bridge nearly 700 miles away finished as promptly as was the first and shortest near the base of opera tions This feat of American skill and genius has aroused the iron Industrial managers the commercial bodies and the Government of Great Britain to realize the probability of the loss of what has been Great Britainsgreatest industrythe iron trade of the world Add to this the fact that while in the past two years the iron industry in England has been depressed and partly idle the Americans have been overworked increasing their plants and force working double and triple shift unable to keep up with the de mand and months ago were compelled i to refuse orders for 1903ii delivery and thus early are booking orders for millions of tons for 1904 while English iron mills have I not orders to keep them running with the prospect that they must I close before the season ends and the outlook is serious enough I to arouse all to efforts to better J conditions But how To solve this problem is the knot that Brit- Ish J industrial magnates and Gov ernment officials are worrying over j with the prospect that Great Brit l sins day as the worlds iron master is at artend and the dilemma can only be relieved and bankruptcy avoided by shutting up their mills q or selling them tQtthe United States Steel Corporation ifitwHl buy fY Those young Yankees with their hustle improved machinery and methods are proving too much for staid and oldtime English iron masters v h Father Cronineditor of the Catholic Union and Times of Buf falo writes She noted Frenchman Max ORell lampooned the fatdsides shook with laughter About ithe Irish however he was rever ently mute and when asked for the reason he saIdIn speaking of people I like to touch on their pet transgressions their faults and weaknesses and I have never been able to find any in the Irish The trouble is that the Irish have a faculty of finding faultwith each other when other races have given up the task The death of Vincent Griffo at the Lakeland Insane Asylum and the subsequent charges made by members of the dead mans family coupled with reports of the Coroner has reopened the asylum scandal Where there js so much smok- there must be some fire Commis sioner Charles F Taylor tried tto have the matter fully aired some weeks ago but the grand jury failed to find several indictments That seemed to place a quietus on the matter for a while But now it has broken placeJSomething must be done So President Minary is running the wires of the Louisville Railway Company in the ground That iis better than putting the company in a hole IWEDDING BELLS George J Herbert and Miss e Deeley were united in matrimony at th Church of the Sacred Heart on Thursday officid rated with flowers for the event Joseph ODaley and Miss Maggie Fitzgerald were married at St Louis Ber WednesdagY The attendants were Michael J Walshi and Miss Anastasia Walsh Mr ODalep is a well knownJpainter of this city His bride was a popular belle of Pew Valley Edward McNally and Miss Mary Medley were married in the Church oft the Sacred Heart at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon The Rev Father Wale officiated Mr McNally is a popular attache of the Louisville Hotel while his womane fillkyoung people a happy journey through life Arthur W Gathof and Miss Anna Crites were united in matrimony at St Charles Borromeo church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning The Rev Father Charles P Raffo performed the ceremony and afterward celebrated nuptial mass After the marriage reception was heM at the home of the brides parents 2525 Elliott avenue Mrs Gathof is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs David C Crites Mr Gathof is a popular employe of the John C Lewis Company They have begun housekeeping at 15131 West Madison street One of tHe prettiest weddings in the West End this season was that of John T McQuese and Miss Mary Baldwin which took place at St Cecilias churc- at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Friends of the happy young people filled the BradyIthe ceremony The ushers were Messrs Will Meagher and Will G Hume Tin bride is the charming daughter of Mrs Mary Baldwin and is a very popular young lady John T McQuese better known as Jack is an earnest energetic member of Mackin Council whose friends are legion is known all over the city Mr and fclrs McQuese have re ceived many congratulations The Church of the Blessed Sacrament was thronged Wednesday morning to witness the wedding ceremony uniting the lives of Michael J Hill and Miss Elizabeth Mulcay The Rev Father John T Hillrabrotherof the groom officiated and after the wedding ceremony celebrated high mass The choir of St Johns church of which Mr Hill is a member assisted the choir of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament of which the bride is a member Millards1 mass was sung wlthbea fut effect The bride wore abeadtiMgownI of white Paris muslinand a picture hat The attend ants were Messrs Joseph Mulcay a brother of the bride Joseph HUIa brother of the groom Thomas Nolan and Robert Watson After the ceremonies at the church the newly wedded couple held a reception at the home of Mrs Mary Mulcay 1023 East Market street where they received the congratulations of many friends and wishes for a happy journey through lUeLatertn the day Mr and Mrs Hiu kft oa a bridal trip to New York Niagara Falls and other cities in the East O4 their return they will begin hoi ek plttg 1in the Highlands hardly coat not rAh08t OflIttIei red upon the scene this giving makers an yaU tbtir ldllin unique effects 6 t t + i itUmII=I I = OF I TRINITY COUNCIL Y MI II I I SSS959S9S9S9S9 IIa SOCIETY i j ta TaGc CSC I Miss Irene Conley is visiting Miss i BardstowneMiss Ethyl Conniff of this city is vis iting friends at Fordsville Ky Will Norton Jr and James NortonI Jr are visiting friends in Indianapolis I Miss Mary Fowlkes of this city is vis iting Mrs Charles OBrien of Bardstown Miss Bessie Edwards of Pineville Ky is visiting friends and relatives in thisI city William Lynch has gone to Ireland to spend a few weeks with relatives an l friends Miss Annie OKeefe of this city iis visiting her sister Mrs Alonzo F Pad docks Jeffersonville Mrs Jacob Nicks of Louisville has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in EHzabethtown CourierJournalevisit to friends in St Louis Master Charles Doyle has returned home from Gethsemani College to spend the vacation with his parents Mrs Disney Ryan of this city and Eleanor Arnold of Boston are visiting Mrs John Finn at Bardstown Miss Mary ONeil of West Breckin ridge street is visiting her sister Mrs Edward Cowan in Dayton O eeThomas P Walsh the attorney lleftt Tuesday to spend a week with his fathe- and mother at Connersville Ind Mrs Charles Johnson and children of Pineville are spending a few weeks as the guest of Col John H Whallen Mrs Johnsons uncle Because of the arrival of a little boy a the home of Mr and Mrs John Lydden on Portland avenue there is great joy Mother and child are progressing nicely Thomas Keenan Jr and William Bos ler Jr are home from Notre Dame University on a visit Both young meq have been very successful during their school year William App and Miss Mary Gross popular young people were married L Holy Cross church on Wednesday afte noon Rev Father Cunningham offi dated Michael Reichertand wife will leave this evening for Fond du Lac Wis where Mrs Reicherts brother is seriously ill They expect to remain away three weeks thhe members of the Ladies Aid Society of which she is Secretary on Saturday afternoon The event was a most enjoy able one Joe Gray Quinn who Is visiting John Monohan at St Matthews will be the guest of honor at a dance given in hi honor next week Messrs Quinn and Monohan were classmates at Georgetown University Mr and Mrs Patrick T Sullivan and daughter Nellie left last night fo Earlington where they will spend severalI weeks as the guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Scott john Walter who has been ill for sev oral weeks at his home on Clay street iis very much improved and his many friends are looking forward to his com plete recovery Among the Louisville young ladies who attended the annual commencement hop at Bardstown Ky were Misses Eleanor and Mary Simpson 111 Tinsley Aline Wilson Annie McClelland Mary Cecil Margaret Bennett and Lucille Taylor Adolph Klauber formerly of this city now engaged in New York journalism has just completed a visit to his father Henry Klauber in this city Mr KJanber has gone to Massachusetts to spend a week before he returns to his newspaper field Little Miss Catherine Grimes the seven year old daughter of the late Joe Grimes is seriously ill at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs DennlaJI Heffernan 2215 West Chestnut street The many friends of the family hope forI her speedyre ove2 William Humphreys of UlwOod Ind and MiM Mary Knapp were married at St Marys church New Albany last Taesday morning Mrs Humphreys is 0 e AT FERN GROVE July 4 1903 GOOD UNION MUSIC i All Boats Chartered 1 uammmiaiiaammmmmmumuaamimmamuuK popular New Albany girl The newly Albanyiboy some past business in Elwood ofIprize It the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy This handsome gold medal was presented by the Rev Father Raffo in behalf of the Alumnae Association Miss McGinn is a charming young lady and her friends are proud or her success There is great rejoicing at the home of Mr and Mrs William Reilly on St Catherine street in Limerick and all over the arrival ofa little daughter ttoI gladden the already happy home The little one will be christened at St Louis Bertrands church tomorrow Cousin Evelyn Reilly is one of the happiest girls fiedlittle cousin IThe following Louisville people at tended the commencement exercises at Nazareth last week Mesdames Charles Smith Papule Wessel James Tighe Frank Smith James OConnor M Wilkenson Pearl McAtee Ed Tierney and James Wathen Misses Mae an t Loretta Tighe Mary Keyer Blanche an t WatsontMary Cummings Agnes McDonogh Gertrude McGinn Agnes and Mary Coady Mary and Nena Smith The Louisville visitors all offered ferventl prayers at the grave of Father Bouchet GLEE CLUB Of Satolli Council Will Have a Splendid Excursion Monday Night lr annual excursion up the river takes place Monday evening A pleasant trip is assured all who take advantage of the occasion The steamer r Columbia has been chartered for the evening and will leave the foot of First street at 815 oclock Tickets can bet secured from members of Satolli Council Young Mens Institute and on the boatt on the evening of the excursion This will be the tenth annual excursioni given by Satollis Glee Club and as each one has proven popular there is every indication that this one will eclipse all1 the rest Good music will be aboard which with the delightful ride on the broad bosom of the Ohio ought to offer special inducements to the young people CARDINALSr Named by Pope Leo XIII at a Consistory Held on Monday By the power vested in him as head of the church His Holiness Leo XIII on Monday pawed seven new Cardinals The consistory coming so soon after repeated stories of the Popes serious ill ness ought to set at rest all doubts as this health His voice was clear andI resonant and remarkably strong for- man a of his years The following were created Cardinals sMonsignor Fischer Archbishop of CologneMonsignor Taliani Papal Nuncio at ViennaMonsignor Cavicchioni Secretary o CouncilrMonsignor Ajuti Papal Nuncio a LisbonMonsignor Nocella Secretary of the Consistorial Congregation Monsignor Katschtaller Archbishop of Salzburg Austria Most Rev Herro y Espinosa Arch bishop of Valencia From this it may be seen that Ger many Austria Portugal and Spain get one each and Italy three At the same consistory Pope Leo transferred Cardinal Serafino Vannutelli from the bishopric of Frascati to that of Porto Santa Rufina which is of higher rank and Cardinal Satolli front the titular Bishopric of Santa Maria in Aracoeli to the diocese of rascati near Rome the summer resi dence of the Roman aristocracy GOOD FOR MACKIN aMackin Council held an Interesting meeting Tuesday night Treasurer Stel tenpohl announced that two more notesII due on the club house had been paid This leaves only two more notes to be paid and these will probably be lifted before September Mackins boys are greatly pleased with the outlook It was decided to elect the delegates to the Grand Council at the meeting to be held next Tuesday night Mackin Council Is entitled to three delegates and every weather should be present to voice his Ts sentiments in the tatter lw b J n l ll e IRISH 8SOCIETY mRCI RY A O i- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Dolan RyanFinancial1911 Bank ureet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJames Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei rans KenneyrTreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISIONS Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth CavanaughVice QuinnRecording BurnsdstreettButler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinney IPresidentFrank Hogan j LynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial Secretary Thomas OHern Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh HIggins 1Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding SecretaryFrank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurelJoseph Steltenpohl MarshalWilliam Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly 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 HAMMERSS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORBASHS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street 5OcTable DHote Dinner GREATEST EVER MU cAFTERNOON AND EVENING BY FI STREGIMENTBAND i ANDREW SEIBERT Director BfiULEVABD PARK- OOKKEEPING vkiKJtrlutrlwlw alD loDMrtflr lotto JLi1lux xspsK s00o0ttTeMT17e raeih6 t- tf n I i LJ h JvfiMSs v ll- WI IS11NT Ogv = iixsi4r=oar I LDE3AXI Funeral1 Director and Embalmer IITELEPHONE ceooo i Carriages For Air Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST H+++++++ t+++++++ ++ F PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Homo Teleoltone 384 248 West Jefferson St JOHN XS WALTERS FRANK Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY 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 PHONE363 laser E13IZOADWAY- Illinois Cen1ral Railroad VERY LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAAnd ONLYLINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low Ono Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or address F W Harlow D P At Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 269 Fourth Ave s j OAOMBJS KyWARRENWM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI Q flN lR IN 10 FLORIDA it FLORIDA LIMITED CHICAGO AND FLORIDA SPECIAL Superb Pullman Service without change from Chicago Indianapolis Cincinnati and Louisville to Jacksonville and St Augustine VIA Southern Railway and Queen Crescent Route These trains are the finest and fastest in the South and carry dining cars obser vation cars drawingroom sleepers com pertinent cars and club cars For hand somely illustrated literature descriptive of Florida and Cuban resorts folders etc address any agent of the Southern Rail way orcc Stewart Trav Paw Agent LexngtonI CH Hungerford Diet Pall Agent Louisville GD Allen AesGenl- Ges Aleut StIouIIH B Speac r- reriMaaeger St Loaf DTC t THIS LITTLE BANK Will Remind You To Save And youll put into it smallamounts that you WOULD NOT take around and deposit in a bank In this way you may start a SAVINGS ACCOUNT and KEEP IT GOING We take these little deposits and pay you i30 CONFOUND Ky INTERESTTitle Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p m = Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas STEWART BROTHERS 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERS BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention BOURKE COCKRAN Visited His Old Home In Sligo and Made an Able Address Bourke Cochran one of the most celebrated orators of this country who is now sojourning in Ireland recently laid the cornerstone at Lecarrow County Sligo his native county He was warmly welcomed to his old home He was also presentedwith the freedom of the borough of Sligo at which time Bishop Clancy of Elphin and Lyster of Achonry were present In the course of his reply to the many addresses of welcome Mr Cochran said that while it was true that he had been able to aid the movement for Irish inde pendence and especially among those of Irish birth or origin in America the man who improved his position by reason of the free institutions of America and would not help his fellow countrymen at home would be the last of the human race He said he hoped that while he I lived and whatever might be the creed of individual Irishmen that there was one prayer in which they could all join and that was God save Ireland Try saving every scrap oftissue piper that cornea into the house for wiping looking glasses Itgivesa peculiar luster to the glass on r I ICARDOlIE ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES Written for the Kentucky Irish Americas 1 I STRANDED A pretty white ship set sail On lifes vast surging sea Freighted with gold though ftail It bounded on guileless and free Manfully breasting every gale To reach ambitions port afar It braved strongest forts to scale In the light of faiths bright star But gliding along the sunny shore Where about to be anchoredlanded- It struck a fierce storm which tore Its mast andalasI it stranded KATHLBBN DON LKAVY HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A new division is in process of formation in Providence R I Members of the order at Trenton will hold their picnic on Monday July 6 Chicago Hibernians will hold their an nual picnic at Schlitzs Park August 22 A branch of the Ladies Auxiliary has been organized at Foley Benton county MinnThe Hibernians of Ramsey county Minnesota will hold their annual picnic at Tonka Lake tomorrow Baltimore Hibernians will hold their annual field day on August 6 They are making great preparations for the event Division 17 of Erie county N Y was organizedat West Seneca recently The new division starts with sixty young andable men- Division 1 of Dayton 0 celebrated its twentyfifth anniversary on Thursday in elaborate style A street parade was a feature of the celebration Members of Division 1 of Minneapolis acted as a guard of honor while the remains of the Rev Father Mackey lay in state in the Cathedral He had been a member of the order for many years Members of the order in Steuben county N Ywill celebrate with an Irish field day on July 9 Big prepara tions will be made and committees from three divisions have the affair in charge The latest step toward the realization of a new Hibernian hall for Springfield Mass was taken when Division 6 elected the officers of a building association committee The new hall is to cost 20000The various divisions in Buffalo are preparing for a big street parade and picnic on July 4 Companies B and H Hibernian Rifles will appear in their new uniforms for the first time on this occasionA company of Hibernian Rifles was organized at Jersey City N J recently A delegation from Bayonne was in attendance at the ceremony of founding the new company The exer cises were held in the church of St Paul of the Cross The ten divisions of Oneida county N Y met in Utica and decided to give an outing to be known as Hibernian day at Utica Parkon Saturday August 8 Every division of the ordcr in that county will take part in the parade in the morning In the afternoon they will respectivefamilies OHIOS FEDERATION The annual meeting of the State Fed eration of Catholic Societies of Ohio will be held at Columbus tomorrow Quite a number of prominent clergymen and lay men from various parts of the country are expected to be present PICNIC FOR LEAP MUTES The annual picnic for the deaf mutes will take place at Shawnee Park on July 4 A pleasant time is in store for the deaf mutes of this city and visitors from other places Julius H Senn Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements is a brother of Arthur Senn a popular member of Mackin Council Y lotI TO BE CONFIRMED Confirmation will be administered to a large class of the Church of the Holy Cross Thirtysecond and Broadway at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon A The Right Rev Bishor William George McCloskey will officiate and will be assisted by many of the local clergymen The Rev Father Bernard A Cunningham will act as mas ter of ceremonies SUNDAY SCHOOL OUTING The Sunday school children of St Louis Bertrands parish had their annual ThursdayThe eral other members of the Dominican Order accompanied the children and their teachers The day was pleasantly spent The Choral Society of St Louis Bertrand church will have a private out ing tomorrow Riiatiau and Egyptian embroideries in rod blteaBdblaeIc give aIIarttHOhto- cloduotti rr COUNTY BOARD J Heard Interesting Reportson Field Day and LadiesRecepion A splendid meeting of the County Board Ancient Order of Hibernians was held Thursday night with County Presi dent Patrick T Sullivan presiding Each of the four divisions was repre sented Michael Tynan made a very encouraging report on the progress being made in the arrangements for Irish field day which is to be held at Fern Grove on August 23 The boats will not leave until 930 oclock in the morning This will give everybody an opportunity to hear mass before going on the excursion State Treasurer George Butler reported that a new company of Hibernian Knights would be organized before long Each division will be given an equal represen tation in the new company State Presi dent Keenan reported that the County Board would support the State Board and various divisions in their laudable pur pose of holdings reception for the ladies at an early date The County Board will meet again July 0 The State Board will meet at Thomas Keenaus place of busi ness on Monday nigh- tRECENT DEATHS The remains of Mrs Mary Duncan who died at Boston Mass last Friday arrived in this city last Saturday and were taken to the residence of Mrs Elizabeth Crain a sister of the deceased The funeral took place from the church of the Sacred Heart at 230 oclock Sunday aftei noon Patrick Stanton a well known young man of St Patricks parish died at the family residence 1841 Lytle street last Friday at midnight He had suffered from complication of diseases add his death was not unexpected The deceased was the son of Margaret and the late placefrommorning William J Hetherington died at the home of his brotherinlaw Joseph W Byrne 2005 Floyd street Thursday after noon The funeral will take place from the Catheral at 9 oclock this morning Mr Hetherington suffered from a complication of diseases He was thirtytwo years old and was the brother of Mrs Joseph W Byrne and Mrs Cornelius J Enright of this city Adam Rieble died at his residence Thirtysixth and Chestnut streets last Sunday night Mr Riehle was the Superintendent of the Monarch Tobacco Co and was a brother In law to Basil and Michael Doerhoefer He leaves a wife and six children The funeral took place from Holy Cross church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The funeral was well attended by the many friends of the family Rev Father Cunningham who officiated paid a high tribute to the worthy character of the deceased Mrs Max Wehrle died at the family residence 637 East Breckinridge street placefromThursday morning Mrs Wehrles death resulted from a lingering illness due to an operation performed seven years ago The deceased was a Miss Kate Sass before her marriage and had always lived in the East End where she was well known and popular During the seven years of confinement to her bed she bore her sufferings with heroic fortitude She leaves three brothers and one sister KNIOHTS OF ST JOHN The Knights of St John a Catholic twentyfifththis week It was decided to affiliate with the Knights of St John of Jerus alem Rhodes and Malta It was like wise decided to admit the Ladles Auxil iary to membership in the insurance branch The next convention will be held in St Louis- Bewitching stoles scarfs and fichus are legion this season and there has been no decline from the high standards set forth by the early spring models Beauty of design exquisite materials perfection of making and finish contribute to the general charm of these costume access ories and the woman who can resist them is indeed hard hearted or coolheaded Under the lace coats that will be more andmore popular as the season ad vancea full lining of chiffon or mouse line in plain color are preferred and frequently two of the linings are inserted in order to glvemore foundation to the lace or furnish subtle Coloring No one type of c reigns supreme Material shape triainlng all depend upon thetaateolttWe1 wftrert and this very latitude ofchoi which makes ex pression of indlvWuilfty a possibility opens the way tot bad siMakee sad sine III IOQd tMt i IIf I J i c i t IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I Hugh Montgomery of Dublin slipped when he stepped on a sausage and broke his neck The Irish Agricultural Society has just completel the building of anew cream ery in Tyrone Mrs OConnor who taught school In the County Cavan during the past forty years is dead- Thomas J McGill nine years old fell from a bread wagon near Lome and broke his neck Patrick Coleman was found dead on his window sill in Cork Death was due to heartdiseaseA has been started in Drog heda for the organization of an annual agricultural show Several motorcyclists have been fined in Belfast for riding at a rate of speed lawtoThe women of the Confraternity of the Holy Family in the parish of Midleton have closed a very edifying retreat Bartholomew Cotter the seventeen yearold son of a Cork farmer died sud denly as the result of eating green apples Mrs Julia Anne Burke a highly es teemed lady of the County Clare died recently and was burled in the cemetery at KilfenoraRichard of Dublin was taken ill on a train and died a short time later at the Dunmanway station Death resulted from chronic asthma It is officially announced that King Edward and Queen Alexandra will arrive at Kingston on Tuesday July 21 Their Majesties will remain in Ireland a week or ten days Denis Healy a fireman on the steam ship Cockburn died in the hospital at Cork An inquest developed the fact that death resulted from burns Healys home was at Ballinure The Cork School Attendance Commit tee has given approval to the bill pro posed by the Philanthropic Reform Association for the establishment of day industrial schools in Ireland Michael McGeeney a farm servant of Duubin while passing a stone quarry while blasting was in progress was struck on the head and received injuries from which he died a few hours later The South Mayo Executive Committee of the United Irish League has prepared a handsomely illuminated address to their Parliamentary representative John ODonnell on the occasion of his release from jail aTTullamore P A McHugh if Pi who is in jail1 on account of the publication ofCertain articles antagonistic to the Government has complained of bad treatment and poor light in his cell The Government has paid no attention to his appeal for redress The name of the town of Frankford has been changed to its original name Kilcormac St Cormac had a monastery there A century ago a British Colonel of German antecedents changed the name to Frankford after the German city FrankfortontheRhine Lord Dudley the English Viceroy in Ireland is fond of automobiling Dur ing one of his recent spins in a rural dis trict of Cork an old woman came out of her cabin as His Excellency sped by She dropped n pdt of boiling water she was carrying and exclaimed Its the devil himself The police broke up a meeting of the United Irish League at Tallow County Wexford The people then assembled ii- a in field outside the town and were ad dressed by Messrs OShea and Condon members of Parliament Resolutions were adopted condemning the Waterford corporation for summoning a meeting to present an address to King Edward on his forthcoming visit The people were counseled to preserve an attitude of dignified respect during the Kings stay The Society for the Protection of Life from Fire has announced the following awards in Ireland A beautifully illuminated testimonial to James A Power Mayor of Waterford who at the penal of his own life rescued two young men on January 1G In attempting to escape himself he had to jump from a second story window A certificate and two guineas were awarded Constable Ed Casey of Derry for his rescue of a man seventythree years old Certificates were also given to Constables Peter Brady and Tom Barber of Derry for the gallant rescue of a woman and child from the fourth floor of a burning building LOUISVILLE WINS Grand Council YM I WillI Hold Its Annual Meet Ing Here The Board of Grand Directors of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky juris diction have decided by letter ballot to hold the next grand convention in this city on September 20 21 and 22 Interest will now center in the election of dele J gates from the various councils to the Grand Council Of course each of the J three local councils will send good men I An interesting feature of the Grand Council will be a big initiation which will be held on September 20 the first day of the meeting It is expected that every council in the State will bring one or more candidates for initiation while Mackin Satolli and Trinity Councils i will each have a score of candidates BIG FOURS LOW RATESli The Big Four Route is offering round Strip excursion tickets to San Francisco Los Angelsl and San Diego Cal at veryt low rates These ticketa will be on daily from July 1 to 10 The final return limit will be Aaguet 31 The Big Four Roate also offers half rats to Saratoga 4- l STATIONERS The Bradley Gilbert Go txcoaroaAmDPRI ManufacturersBk KentuckyTypewrite BOOKSELLERS Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KYIl I SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGO r- ON TUB u hIWW nRR rawly b In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H AgentLouisville PRANK J AgentCManagerWs JOHN F OKRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY Our Optical Department is firstclass Eyes tested free and satisfaction guar anteed JOHN M MULLOY f DEALER IN SpicesAnri Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 1S VV lARI T ST Telephone Main 1189 CB TUOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed C JSCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 030 to 1230 oclock 53E2 XV ORBJBJIV ST N Yand return on account of the Im perial Council Nobles of the Mysti- Shrine which is to be held on July 5 and 6 Tickets will be good from date o sale and good returning from Saratoga not later than July 20 For further par ticulars call on or address Sid J Gates General Agent Louisville NOTED JESUIT DEAD Word has been received here of the death of Rev Father Eugene Brady S J which occurred at Joliet Ilt where he was conducting a mission Father Brady had been pastor of St Xaviers the Jesuit church in Cincinnati more than twenty years He was born in Louisville in 1839 and when quite a youth entered the Jesuit order at St Louis Father Brady was a man of great piety and extraordinary zeal MISS KLARER TO SINO Miss Katherine Klarer the celebrated mezzo soprano soloist will sing at the 1030 oclock mass at St Louis Bertrand church tomorrow and at Vespers in the afternoon GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Sunday June 28 Big Pour Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves eventhStreet Union depot at 7 oclock- a m Returning train arrives at Louis ille at 1140 p m Extremely low round- trip rates as follows Rushville 1 Knigbtatown 1 Anderson 126 Alex andriaE12b Marion 150 Tickets on sale at city once H60 Fourth avenue and at depot S J Gates General Agent- u Ii FOR BEST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON rI SEVENTH AND OAK STS I 2EN CENTS PER DRINK Cool La LunchgNever Run Ou PfIfR M NDRWI 80H WAGON MANUFACTURERSI Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Le horns can be kept in small otherchickensmoultingPulletsmonths A few hens will supply the threecyears hens and pullets 1901f1902during76 eggs February 61 March 101 April 206 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER- A year old for sale I have one too many and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUESl2422 St l HERRMANN BROSrIMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARt OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WioesLiquorsCigllS TOM BENNETTS EX6f1flN fiE NE Cor Preston and Jefferson y c 0Q F i iTCY J = RICAN WATHENS j Ice Cream end Sherbets HAVE THREL STRONG POINTS i PURITY Qtt LITY PRICE Try them and you will be convinced Cream shipped as Lr as 400 miles HOME TELEPKOJiES 2144 AND 398B f629 EIGHTH STREET + f040000 + + + =Qpss IC sf nher e tIVrVvVeln VVV lVv iVV11 VV V 4 49 LFor9Goodness Sake E- atfaMOTifERS BREADj0 I J Its Cheaper Than Flourt S Save 6 S The Blue Labels For a Set of Fine China Free S wIVI GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HEATING STOVESCA- ST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second + 40 00 + + + + TUB 6Has fl Rooers BOOK GO having recently incorporated and added new capital to Q the business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of V+ BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIA FULL LINE OF CONFIRMATION 0I U5 34 W Jeff won greetjf BNOS PeopledE I For Business Good Employment andSuccess iM CALL on wean ron fULl iHrontiATtox I Union NattoMl Bull MAIN HXTHANO TTREOTS LBOufOldlSn SSILLEKYgY Business College =DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN ll Douolierty KeenanU- NDERTAKERS I U 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth HOME TB rB PBCOlSrE Si5O a All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car riages Furnished for All Occasions D Dougherty Home Telephone 2916 Im Wiv ii Wiv ViI FRflNK fEUR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED r Brewers and BottlersLoVIsvILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau Pilseneri Beer BREWED BY SEMUfiS ACKEJRMAN U BRiEiUTING COMPANYrNcoaPO i D- ftLaIHNK i4112 LOuXVxxx cY U j r u a- C r- Jj a 6 THE LATE CARDINAL VAUGHAN j Yr IMPORTANTI Beating of the Catholic Clergy and Laymen Hold Sun day Night Slowly But Surely Working Toward a General Moot ing Hall Appeal of Father Connolly Turned the Tide In the Current TO CONFER WITH THBJSKG A meeting of importance to the Catholics of this city was held in St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral last Sunday night While the number of persons present was small their action will have an important bearing on things to come The few that did assemble were and are in favor of a general meet ing place or hall for Catholics a hall that would be large enough for the assem blage of fifteen or twenty thousand iif necessary and equipped with a gymnasium and swimming pool This mat ter has been under way for months Years ago the same idea was taken upand pushed to a successful conclusion in cities In the East and North Several months ago the Right Rev Bishop McCloskeY advised a call of the clergy and laymen of the various congregations and submitted to them a proposition to build such a general meeting place He also offered tolet them have a plot of ground eighty Feet wide on Walnut street between Fourth and Fifth for the purpose of erecting this hall Meeting after meet Ing was held but a unity of spirit was not exhibited Some thought the lot offered by Bishop McCloskey as a site for the new building was admirable while others considered it too small for the purpose The Bishop in his proposition set forth that he would not deed the ground to the Building Committee but would retain the title to the property as Bishop of Louisville This proposition did not meet with the approval of the business men who were supporting the movement For while they were willing to accept the word of the Bishop as a matter of business they preferred to erect- a building if erected at all on property- to which they bad a clear title And so the matter dropped Meeting after meet ing was held but nothing tangible re suited Last Sunday night a meeting was held at which it was determined to do something practicable or else drop the movement altogether Thomas P Walsh presided About twentyfive gentlemen representing the various parishes were present Mr Walsh read a letter from the Right Rev Bishop withdrawing his offer of the site on Walnut street A motion to adjourn sine die was immediately made but en countered so much opposition that it was withdrawn The opposition to the motion for a final adjournment was in a great measure brought about by the able effort of the Rev Father Henry C Connolly pastor of St Brigids church He said Mr Chairman and Gentlemen Let it not be said that this movement can not bel made a succes Such expression isi unnecessary misleading without foundation it retards and puts a hamper upon- ai noble work it plays into the hands of our enemies and gives themnn opportunity of criticising us it reflects upon mr people their generosity their spirit of sacrifice their intelligence their standing for be it understood that the Catholic element in this community is no more an insignificant thing but a most powerful factor a factor which has always responded to theappealsof charity which has always taken a deep ntereet in the maintenance of churches parochial schools homes for the aged hospitals for the stek and as we all BOW orphanages for the little ones of hrist JThii spirit of geaeroeity has Hell Jaded dews to the Catholics of WajowBnwnity aud of this Mate by O their noble eucestora in the faith and so far asl am awareand I have lived among the Catholics of Kentucky both in city and countrythey have never as yet shown themselves unworthy of the faith of their noble ancestors Mr Chairman and gentlemen only one thing is necessary to make tbls movement a success That one thing Iis this this movement must be placed on ea solid basis It must be organized under the auspices of the most correct and businesslike principles it must have the sympathy and support of the most thorough organization it must be made clear to prominent influential and active men that there is 110 reason why they should keep aloof from this movement The great advantages which must necessarily accrue to the Catholic body later on from the establishment of this assocla tion must be allI explainedtpjourpcoplll- It must jn ferfeeinade clear to them t festablishment of such an associa tion is almost absolutely necessary it we are to retain our influence over out men but especially over our young men Now Mr Chairman and gentlemen all this I maintain can be accomplished by placing this movement under the auspices of the Federation of Catholic Societies with of course the approba tion of ourTUght Reverend Bishop and the good will and acceptance of the Federation itself When however I suggest placing this matter under the auspices of the Federa tion I do not mean to imply thereby that the funds which are absolutely necessary for the carrying out of our ideas in this matter should be contributed exclusively by the Federation or what is the same thing by the societies of which the Federation is composed Mr Chairman and gentlemen I mean nothing of the kind What I do mean is this Let the Federation be made the head and the center of this movement let the manage nient of all the business affairs of this association be placed completely in its hands the church figuring only as regards spirituals Let the Federation have the privilege and the power to devise ways and means whereby all the necessary funds can be secured let the Federation itself contribute and contri bute most generously toward this praise worthy undertaking but let the Federa Lion at the same time have the privilege to go outside its own membership and collect also from others Gentlemen this is what I mean by placing this move ment under the auspices of the Federa tion of Catholic Societies Let then this noble undertaking in Sods holy name be established on this solid basis and let the Catholics of this city see that it is so placed Let our people be told that the Catholics of other cities have similar associations and aim liar buildings that they take a great interest in the same and that they are powerful factors for good Let our peo pIe be informed that their social Intel lectual moral and religious interests depend in a great measure upon the success or the failure of this movement Let our people f be told that it is fully time for this old City of the Palls to come forth front her retirement wheel into line and talkup her position with all the other great Catholic centers of our country Eat this movement Mr Chairman and gentlemen be thus organ lied and thus planned and I tell you and tell you confidently that our noble people who bate never as yet been appealed to in vain will rise to the occa lon that they will help on this movement with mind and heart and hand and success unparalleled success in a short time with Gods blessing shall crown all our efforts Eugene J Cooney Secretary of the Catholic Federation followed Rev father Connolly in an address on the same lines and the result was that those iMembled decided to make one more effort It wee determined that the fol lowing committee should wait on His Lordship Bishop McCloskey and ask his permission iin regard to placing the movement uwkr the direction and uepicea of the Federation of Catholic Societies of Jeffef ion County Dr Frank AClark Eugenen Cooney Thomas K Hines William f Meehan and Jacob Decker The appointment of this committee tavc general satisfaction It now rest s1hewUlreeeireornitteeu tll- Jt r PROGRESSING Are the Arrangements For Trinity Councils Big Picnic- Indepondonco Day to Be Roy ally Celebrated by This Order Games of Skill and Tests of Strength to Furnish Amusement MEALS SERVED rT THE GROVE The arrangements for the big picnic to be gtven at Fern Grove by Trinity Coun cil Young Mens Institute on July 4 are progressing rapidly The Committee on Arrangements has chartered all the steamboats for the day and these boats will make morning and afternoon trips Every member of the council is talking up the picnic to his friends and it is safe to predict that one of the largest crowds that ever visited Fern Grove will go with the Trinity Council boys on Independence dayGood music will be aboard each boat and at the grounds Dancing will be among the many features of the day but other entertainments will be provided for those who do not care to dance One in teresting event will be a mule race This will be open to members of all councils Joseph Piazza Chairman of the Commit tee on Arrangements announces that he has thus far received the following en tries in the mule race Jacob Gross the East End fat boy Robert Goebel Henry Herberger and Edward Kelty Other entries are expected prior to July 4 Mr Piazza also announces that his committee will give prizes for the winners of foot races sack races pie eating contests base ball games etc During the after noon and evening balloons will be sent up for the delight and entertainment of the small boy In fact every form of entertainment that will please young or old will be introduced by Trinity Council Another thing that the Committee on Arrangements has provided for is the Inner man An abundance of refresh ments will be on hand and arrangements have been made with a well known caterer to serve meals No family or group of friends need bother themselves carrying a basket as the best of meals will be served on the grounds at reasonable prices No intoxicating drinks will be permitted either aboard the boats or st the grounds Ample police protection will be on hand and no disreputable characters will be allowed on the boats FOUND DROWNED Body of Peter Wueatefeld Was Floating In the Ohio IPeter Wuestefeld a nineteenyearold met death in an unfortunate manner last Saturday With two companions Ihe left home to fish on the dam The boys separated during the night while they were watching their lines At the time for reassembling the other ontbs were surprised at Wuestefelds absence and were later surprised to find his body floating in the river He had fallen in and drowned It is believed that while attending the lines he had set- he was attacked by vertigo The deceased was a son of August and Adeline Wuestefeld of 1629 West Chestnut street end was well and favorably nown The funeral took place from the church of the Sacred Heart at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The bereaved family have the sympathy of the ntire community A pretty fashion now prevailing in England is to send out wedding cards in- lhe form of a booklet printed in silver with the brides same enwed by a Cupids arrow Q td u L n p 1 m fI 42JZJZ42I DONT FORGET Satolli Glee Clubs TENTH ANNUAL1 M I UP=THE=RIVERISTEAMER 29af 03 4COAL a IJ AND COKEJ- OS DOUGHERTYWholesale aud Retail Dealer in PITTSBURGH JELL ICO and KENTUCKY COAL Home Phone 256 Call me up flUPreshlyminedadwellereened I III 847 Westt Marketk t oiI- OOiEAT t A HERIeil OF Cuscadens Ice Cream tt tt tt tt tt tt H tt tt tt t 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Ave Bet 9th and 10th J 1UWWW11WJJillWW1111WWUWW =wwuUWWUWWUWW WW1i AFTER THE BALL GAME VISIT H STEVE DUNIGANS SALOON Fine Wines and Whiskies Cigars and Tobacco Homo Phone4544 N W CORNER SEVENTH AND ST CATHERINE 4+ + M Mt M Mf fM fMl tMf H M+ H f + ++H M H H + + + + f f + f MMJ WALSH Contracting Painter CiiBBkirlaid ra13Api seatr Pbst 728 OLDHAMI STREET o nUI a ROOM TO IMPROVE IrishAmericans Must Branch Out In Business or Bo Crushed Many Lines of Ufo In Which They Should Stand as Loaders Louisville1 Has Only a Moderate Share of Irishmen Who Make a City I ROOM FOR MORE IN ALL BRANCHES The lIon Edward T McSweeney of Boston Mass has written an exhaustive and an admirable article on Irish Immi grants in America Shall the Irish Lead or Follow It was printed originally in the June number of Douahoes Magazine Since then numerous extracts from it have appeared in many of the weekly papers devoted to the Irish people The whole article Is worthy of perusal It should be read and reread by all Irish Americans who have a spark of love for land of their ancestors Mr McSweeney points out the fact that hard work and plenty of it makes the best men and women He believes with Goldsmith Ill fares the land to hastening ill a prey Where wealth accumulates and men decay Princes may flourish or may fade A breath can make them as a breath hath made But a bold peasantry their countrys pride When once destroyed can never be supplied Mr McSweeney believes that the Irish Americans of the present day must turn their attention to manufacture merchan disc finance engineering and technical training He tells us that the world of the century we are entering is an indus trial and commercial world that the qualities that made men successful in the ages of battle and discovery exploration and colonization will ensure success today He also tells us If the fires of our fathers have burned out in their sons if there be nothing but ashes and dust in their hearts and brains the race will and would better perish Adversity says Mr McSweeney with truth brings out the strong virtues of a race prosperity saps them and if in an alien land the Irish forget and do not continue to live up to and love the re ligion race and traditions that have pre served them Intact all these centuries they will and should perish He points out that 50 per cent of the population of Boston are either of Irish birth or wholly of Irish blood and yet in thirtyeight national banks in that city there is not oneJresdent Vice President cashier or assistant cashier of Irish birth or parent age land out of 400 Directors only nine are of Irish blood We read that of the 2205 lawyers in Boston about 10 per cent are Irish of 1561 physicians 10 per cent are of Irish birth and parentage while 0 per cent of the architects and only 5 per cent of the civil engineers and surveyors are Irish This learned statistician tells the young IrishAmericans that what they need is plain talk and he does not hesitate about giving it to them He says to them very plainly dont put all your hope in law and medicine Humanity takes neither with pleasure and only under compul sion Go into trade and industry One man who learns how to build a locomo tine will do more to advance his race than I a hundred cooling their heels in a law officeNow Mr McSweeney does not mean that Irish people mustcontinue as a race of hewers of wood and drawers of water He wants the young men whose fathers carried the mortar and laid the brick to build the banks to run the banks He wants the eons of men who built the great railroads across our extensive plains to operate those railroads He wants them to leave the crowded cities and take up their abodes in the agri cultural districts where they can and be somebodyNow are the Irish people follow ing this advice Of Irish families occu pying farm homes in the United States 4815 per cent own them while of the strictly American families only 47 per cent own the farms they occupy That is certainly a good showing and still there is room for big improvement What are the IrishAmericans doing in Louisville We have some in manu facturing business some in architecture many lawyers and a few physicians We have many merchants but not enpugh We have a few druggists a very few Why This question was asked a lead ing Irish physician and he answered instantly Because an Irish boy with education enough to become a competent pharmacist has a false pride which makes him believe that it would be a disgrace to wash bottles about the first thing a boy learns to do in a drug store Louisville will compare favorably with any city south of the Ohio river in the percentage of its merchants manufact urers and professional men who are of Irish birth or blood But still there is room for improvement They must quit being led they must lead We ought to have more manufacturers like Pat Ban non and his sons More mechanics and men of executive ability like Barney Campbell and his boys in the plastering business or Col Mike Muldoon in the marble business or Mike Walsh the painter or James W Connor the carpen ter and builder All these are good men good Irishmen and loyal American citizen a credit to the 1udthat gave them bJrtUaud an honor to their city and State jIn the profeodoos we save of Irish blood or birth rack l duyarchitects M n C A Curtin D X Murphy Bro r James J Gaffney William J OSullivan and M J Duffy Jr such attorneys as James J Fitzgerald Matt ODoherty Walter P Lincoln Frank Hagan and hisI son Robert Edward J McDermott Newton G Rogers Charles F Taylor Jeremiah J Kavanagh James OConnor Jim Reedy and many more Among llt physicians we have Dr W B Doherty c Charles G Lucas Dr John Enright Dr Bernard OConnor- In the banking line we have John J Flynn Jack Shelley and Thomas P Clines hardly enough considering the percentage of Irish people who do buss ness with the banks Among the manufacturers Louisville Irish Americans Can count Pat Bannon Sr and his sons Jeff Richard and Pat Jr Joe Nevin M B Kealty Thomas B Leahy Richard G Shanley John A Doyle James J Caffrey and his brother E M Caffrey Tom Gorman Patrick H Callahan Thomas A Bohan James J I Shelley George J Burke anda few others Surely this is not enough for a city the size of Louisville with its large percentage of Irish peopl- eMICHAEL SHEEHAN Leader In Business Enterprises and Charity Toward His Fellow Man Many IrishAmericans have helped to build up the various interests of Louis ville but it is extremely doubtful if any one particular IrishAmerican has had a greater hand in it than Michael Sheehan the well known grocer at Nineteenth and Portland avenue Mr Sheehan came to this city thirtythree years ago and almost ever since has been engaged in the grocery business lie was energetic and thrifty and yet at all times charit able He has been the guardian angel as it were of many immigrants from Ireland These men and women look up tobiui as a father and adviser in tempo ral affairs lIe took such an interest in the coming of immigrants and the re turn of those sons and daughters of Erin who wanted to go home for a glimpse of the Emerald Isle that he has been made the local agent of the White Star Cunard and American lines of steamships Mr Sheehan is a prominent member of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians and Catholic Knights of America lIe also took a prominent part in work ing for the orphans bazar two years ago and the Bishops jubilee last year The people of St Patricks parish are proud of him and justly so- CHARLES A EDELEN I Ambitious and Progressive Druggist and Student of Medicine Charles A Edelen the druggist at Seventeenth and Bankstreets is another young man of whom the IrishAmericans may well be proud He studied phar macy as a youth and became one of the most efficient pharmacists in the city andState He was honored by the Ken tucky Pharmaceutical Association by being elected Chairman of the Executive Committee which position he held dur ing the past year and filled with credit to himself and to the satisfaction of his fel low members of the association He is now studying medicine and within a year will be a full fledged doctor of medi cine He takes a prominent part in all Catholic and IrishAmerican movements Mr Edelen is also a prominent member of the Louisville Council Knights of Columbus and the Ancient Order of Hibernian He is also a brother in law of Barney Col the popular Treasurer of Clark County Ind THE AHERN BOYS I Pat and Jack Are Samples of What IrishAmericans Can Do In Politics Jack and Pat Ahern proprietors of Aherns saloon on the northwest corner of Clay and Main streets are two Irish Americans who have achieved success in their line of business and chiefly because they have been true to their friends No day is too cold and stormy no night too dark for Pat and Jack to go out and hus tie for a friend Nay more than that They do not wait to be asked to help a friend or acquaintance in distress All they want to know is is the person to be aided worthy If the cause is worthy the Aherns are sure to lend their aid Both are ardent Democrats acd for more than twenty years have taken an active hand in local and State politics They have acquaintances in every precinct in the city and county and candidates for Democratic nominations are eager to have the support of Pat and Jack Ahern MICHAEL MURPHY Has Been Compelled to En large His Store to Keep Up With Trade Michael Murphy the grocer at 1733 1735 Portland avenue has recently en larged his store to double its former capacity This was made necessary by his constantly growing business He isI one of the progressive IrishAmericansI of the West End and deserves succesS He keeps a full line of groceries and produce and orders left with him are always promptly filled Like the Kentucky Irish American he will celebrate his sixth anniversary In business oa Portland ave y nue this year He I14 sontemplating other trip to Ireland ia the near future Mr Murphy has a ode several tripsI home to Ireland in i total years He takes a prominentpart la Irish Amerlca affairs A mine near PboioiL AriaoM di pealed a reek after the shaft had Pbeen asidei WELCOMED HOME Rev Father Eugene Shcehy Received an Ovation tit eBrurce Intense Irish National Priest Who Has Friends in This City Declares Ho Was Glad That Dissensions Wore Dying Out LENGTHY TOUR OF UNITED STATES The Rev Father Eugene Sheehy parish priest of the united parishes of Bruree and Rockhill County Limerick Ireland has returned home after a lecture tour of America which lasted nine years All this time he has devoted his energies toward raising a fund sufficient to build a new church at Bruree Father Sheehy is well known in Louis ville He came here the first time thirty years ago He was then located at Rathkeel He remained in this city for some time lecturing on various Irish national subjects Father Sheehy is an intense Irish Nationalist the friend of the people a real old fashioned soggarth aroou About three years ago he paid another visit to Louisville and gave a lecture at Polytechnic Hall which was well attended Father Sheehys many friends in Louisville will be glad to hear that he has succeeded in his mission to collect funds for his new church They know that while breath is left in him he will remain the intense Irish Nationalist that he was thirty years ago Isis return to Ireland recalls some of the stirring incidents the Land League in which organization he took an active and leading part Father Sheehy focused the will of the people on the strongholds of their most powerful oppressors and kept the light of public opinion beating so clearly and persistently on them that they were eventually forced to seek some more congenial atmosphere and leave behind them only a name the mention of which only revives the memory of tyran nical deeds which are incidents of the past It was in espousing the cause of the tenants and in resisting the hand of the oppressor that Father Sheehy first came into conflict with the British Gov ernment In the early eighties he with half a dozen shopkeepers and farmers were prosecuted in connection with the intervention of the league as to the tak ing of a farm under what was considered objectionable circumstances The prosecution failed in the absence of the man who was supposed to have been intimidated but the Government were not to be disappointed Forsters coercion act was put in force all over the country and Father Sheehy was one of the first indeed he was the first priest in Ireland who was incarcerated He was taken to Naas and from thence he was transferred to Kilmainham and kept in prison for something like six months On being released be got a magnificent reception Needless to say his imprisonment had not damped the ardor of his patriotism and he was immediately the central fig ure in rallying the people to the support of the cause During this time he was Catholic curate in Kilmallock but soon after was appointed parish priest of Rock hill and Bruree where the old fight of the land for the people was vigorously waged No wonder therefore that he who was their priest counsellor friend and the advocate of their rights shouldon his return to his native land receive such a magnificent welcome which in every sense was worthy of the occasion Long before the time appointed for the recep tion people began to assemble on the streets When Father Sheehy put in an appearance he was received with the greatest manifestations of enthusiasm and the meeting between himself and his parishioners was of the most affectionate kind the joy of the people found expres lion in emotion and the reverend gentle man seemed to be much affected by this marked exhibition of love and devotion It was truly an inspiring sight to witness the eagerness of young and old gentle and simple to greet their beloved sog garth aroon whose countenance disclosed many pleasurable feelings as he generally acknowledged the warmth ofI the welcome People were also present from all the surrounding parishes and the Kilfinane band played popular airs Addresses of welcome were delivered by representative men of Bruree Rock hill the United Irish League of Kilmal lock and by the hurlers of Rockhill and Druree In reply Father Sheehy said he had only one idea in his mind during his stay abroad and that was the accoin plishuient of the mission on which be went He added if he had delayed overlong it was because of the disappoint ment after disappointment that awaited him and awaited any one who addressed an audience as befitted a gentleman and a priest He had to take to the lecture platform as being the only means by which to reach the people but owing to the dissensions at home whether ad dressed on the past or the present con dition of Ireland any lecturer would be sure to meet with a chilling reception and indeed he had no knowledge of how tough the moral fibre he was made of was until he tried to make his mission a success In concluding the reverend Said that the warmth of the welcome made emotion almost destructive of utterance not to speak of eloquence The addresses had been too eulogistic but he took it that they expressed their judgment ofhlm There were around all the old familiar faces He knew every one of them and he would have ofntheir friends whom be had met on the other side The reverend gentle men again thanked them for their recap tins end the proceedings were brought to a doleJr 11 ASK FOR A BOTTLE OF SPRING BANK Wild Cherry Phosphate A DELIGHTFUL DRINK UNSURPASSED FOR PICNICS AND OUTINGS SURE CURE FOR INDIGESTION Both Telephones 2106 WHALLEN BROS Distributors Tbljyi s 3yjTfc 5yTV vf3mcf ii i MICHAEL FINEGAN IWants You to Know He Is at the Old Stand Ninth and Kentucky Streets Home Phone 4705 I 1I1 I III I WHISKEY I I IIJ W FOWLER DRUG CO JeffersonIII h IJeffersonI I 4 4 4- GEHERSONComplete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Alakea COOKING AND HBATI- NGSTOVES v CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second r = 6Wf u= c = u su j BURRELLj1 I r- rLOIIISVILLE 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