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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c r erz t IRISH AMERICAN j t vOLUME XLN02 LOUISVILL ySATUMDAY JULY 11 1903 M1I+ G PRICE FIVE CENTS HIGH HONOR Conferred Upon the Catholic a of Louisville by Bishop a 11IcFau1- r lion Edward McDermott II r Accepted Invitation to tf Speak Grand Gathering of Catholic- Will I Assemble at Atlnu tic City LOUISVILLE WILL BE RBPRESBNTE- The Jefferson County Federation Catholic Societies met at Hibernian Halon 1 Friday night of last week Consider lug the season of the year the attend importanmailer3 the call for the third national convention of the American Federation of Catholi- Societies which will meet at Atlantic City New Jersey August 1 to 5 inclu she Dr J W Fowler presided Co Secretary Eugene Cooney read the official call It is as follows The American Federation of Catholic I Societies will meet in third national convention at Atlantic City New Jersey August 1 to 5 This convention will be most representative and already prepara tions to attend it have been made by prominent churchmen and laymen from all parts pf the United States many of whom will address the delegates during the open meetings to be held in connec tion with the convention The New Jersey Committee is leaving nothing un done to make the convention a great success and assures the delegates an en joyable and profitable visit to the sea to shoreSince the convening of the Chicago progressfarenthusiastic friends On its membership roster now appear the names of nearly all the prominent societies in the Unitedit 11 States and Porto Rico Tie movement I hasreceivcdthetiiMlorseweatofhisl Hx pceliency the PateaLTMiMmlc eieltArrV t 1JitISo i lestz tire fWnof prominent priests nls carrying utVI the mission laid down in the encyclicals of our Holy Father Pope Leo XIII To answer to federations call is to respond willingly and courageously to the invita tion sent out to the Catholics of the whole world by our great Pontiff and to take an active interest in those public duties devolving upon the Catholic citizens of our day The constitution provides that rep resentation at this convention shall be from State Federations where such exist from State Leagues and from County Federations where no State Federations J exist and that such representation shall be on the basis of one delegate for each 1000 members or major fraction thereof Each County or State Federation even of though its membership should fall below 1000 shall be entitled to at least one delegate National organizations shall be entitled to one delegateatlarge for each 10000 of its membership All organizations and federations wish ing representation should secure their credential blanks from the National Secretary Anthony Matre 012 East Pearl street Cincinnati not later than July 25 Very respectfully yours T B MINAHAN President ANTHONV M ATRB Secretary Approved RT REV S1 G MKSSMBR D D RT REV JAMES A McPAur D D The call in a postscript states that the headquarters for the Federation will be Morris Guards armbry New York avenue Atlantic CltyTbe opening services will be held in St Nicholas church at 9 oclock a m Saturday August 1 Dele gates are advised to secure rooms at the hotels in advance The rates range from 175 to f1 Per day on the American planA letter from the Right Rev Bishop Mcltaul announced the recent death of Louis J Kaufman of New York First Vice President of the National Federa tionAnother letter was read from Bishop McFaul inviting the Hon E J McDer mott to deliver his lecture on Leo XIII and the Papacy on one of the days d ring which the convention will be held The reading of this letter met with ap plause which was doubled when Dr Fowler announced that Mr McDermott had accepted the invitation- In view of the fact that only four dis tinguished orators have been invited to deliver set addresses and that Mr Mc Dermott is one of these four the Jefferson County Federation considers itself highly honored The othtr speakers will be the Rev Father Pardow the noted Jesuit orator the Hon Bourke Cockran of New York City and Charles J Bona parte of Baltimore The next matter discussed by the County Federation was the selection of delegates Under the rules Kentucky m is entitled to fifteen delegates Of these Louisville is entitled to at least three The appointment of delegates rests with State President Wltte but the various County Federations are permitted to sug get their respective delegates A resolution was adopted suggesting to State Preside Witte that Dr Joseph W Fowler BOW a member of the National ItxfJcttUve Board be named M oBe of tlte G V Jefferson County delegates and that be be ciateslTherepresentativedelegation they may go as visitors and Dr Fowler will see that they are allowed On the con vention floor except during executive sessions The convention should appeal to all Catholic laymen and clergy as it will be made up of representative men from 1Sall over the United States The Philip pines have been federated and will be represented in the convention Then there I will lie the four greaj orators Bourse Cochrnn and Father Pardow are ofiinternational repute as speakers and dheres tofore a reputation limited to Baltimore prominencebycution of the men indicted in connection with frauds in the post ffice Department heDwhich is annually bestowed bythe Uni versity of Notre Dame Ind BaltlIwasJJerome Napoleon Bonaparte who came to America many years ago and settled in Bordentowu wastyoungest brother of Napoleon I Mr McDermott is too well known to etmeriaucto need any introduction It is safe to say that he will uphold Kentuckys nutation as far as oratory is concerned e he appears before the nationalcon Pennon NOVEL FEATURES I Will Bo Introduced at Saint Philip Noels Annual Picnic St Philip Neris picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Thursday July 16 promises to be a grand success Both the ladies and gentlemen of the parish have entered into the undertaking with their accustomed earnestness EverY effort will be made entertain all who visit the picnic In the afternoon at 3 oclock a game of euchre be youngladiesspecial and novel attraction will be the feature wenu supperby analilq4U4twGres maiswill so nn the pet A select list of sillies has been pro vided for the twister Scallys Union band will furnish the music for the entertainment of the crowd All good people are invited to spend a pleasant day in agreeable company The committee in charge of the arrangements is made up of Messrs J J Caffrey Fred A Bauer M A McGee Con T Murphy William Bannon J T Breitbcil The gentlemen will be ably assisted by the following ladies Mrs Frank Fisher Mrs G M Dowling Mrs J Caffrey Miss Ora Brownfield Miss Mary Agnes Dunane and Miss Alice Fisher Mrs Peter J Riley will be in charge of the soda fountain The wheel fortune will be under the care of Messrs Patrick McCarthy M McGee Thomas Bohan Fred Bauer and Hugh GorDIanI1 IT HAPPENS That Boat Laid Plans of Mjco and Men Gang Aft Agley Not long ago a young couple were married in a local church Of course they were very much in love and had made arrangements for an elegant not to say an elaborate ceremony at the church The organist had been engaged to play Mendelssohns Wedding Match when the bridal party entered Call Me Thine Own while the ceremony was being performed and the Wedding March from Lohengrin as the bridal party left the church At the appointed hour the organist and members of the choir were in their respective places A sentinel as it were in the shape of a small boy had been placed in the vestibule to give notice of the advent of the bridal party The car riage drove up The boy signalled the organist and the magnificent strains of the wedding march rang through the church as the bridal party wended its way toward the altar railing Tbe priest came out and the organ delicately sounded Call Me Thine Own Down the aisle marched the newly made man and wife to the stately measure of an other march Organist and choir hurried forth to fasten fresh kisses on the lips of the bride and groom Horrors They ran right into the wedding couple they had been engaged to do service for The first couple had come In from the country to be married and had no thought of wedding marches The country couple now believe that some of their friends engaged that organ- Ist and choir as a pleasant surprise ENOAOED FOR THE SEASON Sylvester Grove one of Louisvilles most talented and promising young bar itone singers baa been engaged to sing at the concerts at Sennlrigs Park during the summer months Mr Grove has been promlHeatly identified with local amateur theatricals for several years past and hiss a voice of gravt power sad sweetness his friendebeUaVe his prK scat eBgagmeHt will wad to soraeikiNg Utter t STILL HOVERING BETWK fIIFI AND DEATHr LADY FRIENDS Of the Hibernians Arc to Bo Pleasantly Entertained Tomorrow f ti ShortAdilresito and Vocal and xstrumntat its o Wo II d r All tho LocalDivisions have Contributed to Make It a Success PLEASANT HOURS ANTICIPATED i The State Board Ancient Order of Hibernians has completed arrangements for the big social meeting of the order to be held at Hibernian Hall tomorrow night This meeting bas a twofold ob jectfirst to bring the members of the four divisions together for asocial even ing and secondly to try to get the ladies interested in order that a ladies auxiliary may be formed Every Hibernian in the city is Invited not only to be present himself but also to bring his wife mother daughter sister sweetheart or any of his lady friends An interesting programme has been arranged consisting of brief addresses and vocal and instrumental music Sjveral novel features are prom ised whichV will delight and entertain In case the social meeting tomorrow night is successful there will be other similar meetings arranged in the future as it will serve not only to instruct and entertain but will serve to bring the members together and to make the lady friends of Hlbrniansbetteracqualnted with each other Every division in Louisville has don its part toward making the affair a suc cess Money has been appropriated by each of the four divisions and alpha could be done has been done to make the Hibernians and their lady friends spend pleasant evening Division 4 met Wednesday evening with a good attendance All its mem bers are enthusiastically in favor of tbe social meeting to be held tomorrow evening President John H Hennessey occu pied the chair Timothy Swift was elected to membership Messrs Charles Callahan James Kenealey and Jam Hogan were reported on the sick list The following Field Day Committe- was appointed John J Barry John P Hellon and Joseph Hanrahan This com mittee will have charge of the refresh ments for the Irish field day Joeep Jlanrahan was appointed as a substitute member of the Visiting Committee iin place of Chairman Tames Kenealey wh is ill Among those merubers ho were present who had not attended a meetin for a Iqng time were prank Meagher I Robert Mitchell Thomas Polad John Hanrahan and Michael loyje Eyery member in the halt promised tattend the meeting tomorrow night arid to bring his llady friends Division 3Bret Monday night and appropriated a suitable sum of money to help the State Board in defraying the expenses of the social meeting Members ofJefferronvllle and New Albany divis ions are also expected la be present with theirJady friends WORTH APPRECIATED joke Cavanaugh has beau ra elected I President Of Iron Molds Union No asIIThis is his second ewtsecutive term President A few yeagrftgo Mr Cava- naugh served several t iw as President of this union and theiiifccliHcd to stead colleaguesdecided the helm and have twtMlfcelected hint t to the Presidency ffMwight tolshow that youcatf Itbt i gOod Irish American olWfi j i Itn ttf 1r a J J cleslastlcal Superior atNazajrethv I Our Right Rev Bishop William George McCloskey bas appointed Vicar Genera Father Cronin Ecclesiastical Superior of the Sisters of Nazareth a position long held and zealously min istered to by the late Monsignor Bouchet of blessed memory Thus a little more honor and a great deal more work are thrust upon the shoulders of the Very Rev Father Cronin pastor of St Pat ricks church But Father Cronin is a sample of the Kentucky IrishAmerican He takes to work like a duck does to water If the honor comes with it it is all right If it does not he has the consciousness of duty well lone His people not only in St Patricks congregation but allover the tiiocese know him and revere him both as priest and man Father Cronin is not looking for honors he is looking for work He is getting both PLEASANT TRIP County President PTSum van Tolls ofHis Vithtto- Earlington County Presidegtpalriekt T Sullivan has returned home from a pleasant trip to andelittle daughter Nellie were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith Mrl Smith SullivarrandtDeputy Sheriff at arlington Mrs Sullivanawill remain several weeks longer in Earl ington To a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Mr Sullivan said Ienjjoyed my trip hugely Mr and Mrs Smith met us at the depot and gave us a royal welcome to EarlingWn Everybody tried to please us and show us a good time The town is up end oldeshome in Hardin county It is a good yaeu a hearty handshake that makes you feel at home We had a great picnic at time grove on July 4 A lake about one mite Oldlashh ioned quadrilles were features of the pic tile and you ought to See Tom Smith and Toom Smith dances as well as his father and willgsoon be another Mrs Tom Smith in Eariington On Sunday we attended mass and 1 will say I was never in a qicerb Church A4 the choir could give leseotis to Some itbe Louisville choirs They have a fine schooll and five Sisters as teachers The pricrt iafine earnest gentleman After dinner oh Sunday Mr and Mrs Smith and daughter my wife and daughter and tuyseirweat over to Madisonville Qa Monday we went into the mines and traveled several miles underground James Dolan Nationit PrscUent of the Ancieat 4loriIiPwutDllaa ex pressed to 1laffoMl Clupiaiii BfshopI Gl ntMH the ifNipMJiy of tM entire ofdrbT 8f tkeritMniMM otie Tope G In a PRAYERS For PopeLeo AraDelngr Offered Up thearltI 2 c A The ICnd kat Longand Use uL Life Clasoatec f i Countless Thousands Express Sympathy For tIme Dying Pontiff SCHOLAR DIPLOMAT AND STATESMAN Since Sunday July 5 the whole world has been waiting for news of His Holiness Pope Leo XIII On the night of July 4 the news was fleshed round the world that he had suffered an attack of pleuro pneumonia a disease which is generally fatal with young and robustr people Hence in A man of the Popes years the most serious results might be expected Europe Asia Africa North South and Central America the Phillipines and far off Australia all clamored for news of the Popes condition while prayers were continually going up that he Spared to his people Prayers inconventsand monas teries in palaces and cabins all breathed forth for the great Vicar of Christ upon earth have been ascending to the throne of the Most High The monarch the statesman the merchant the soldier sailor mechanic husbandman and hum ble laborer all united in one grand prayer God Spare Pope Leo to us awhile longer- It was not Catholics alone who were interested The whole civilized world awaited the news of his recovery or happy death Newspaper offices were besieged with anxious inquirers and every daily paper had page after page concerning his illness his probable successor his chronological record and lad dents of his life And why Because they all recognized involuntarily that he was not only the head of the one true church but the greatest man of the nineteeth century yes possibly that the twentieth century would not produce his equal as statesman diplomat scholar educator and friend of the people Pope Leo has always taken a bold stand for progress In fact it might be said that he is the very personification of progress He was the friend of arts and letters of commerce of medicine and law and order So often in recent years have cablegrams been sent out concerning the Popes health that for a period of twenty four hours few in America believed his condition was serious Then came more details and official bulletins Later the word came to the church dignitaries On Wednesday his Eminence Cardinal James Gibbons left Baltimore for New York en route to Europe On Thursday he sailed for Havre In the event of the Popes death he will go direct to Rome Other wise he will remain in Paris His Holiness Pope Leo XIII at the time the Kentucky Irish American goes to press is close to deaths door After a week of strenuous efforts oU the part of Drt Lapponi thejatterhasgiveu up all hope of the Pppesrecovery Offiy yesterday after receiving p cheering mes sage from an IrishAmerican priest our Holy Father said tiThe Americans have always showed Be more affection thaa any other people I love them n- t CarplnetoInlC Italy on 1March 2 1810 Hiss father was Count CarpingHismarriage toto Count Peccl Anna ProsperiBuzi The PopeIIIi successor of St Peter was baptlz ed PeeTheroID Sienna but its chief having sided with betweSiennafamilyfound theStatesdown in Carpiue a mountain town nestling between twp crags Count Peccis was the daughter ofa noble Volscian wife living id the did city of Cori now blelineagecharacter Joachim or as his mother always called him Vincent waS the fourth son Countess Pecci was a woman lovingCarethe boy should turn his attention to things higher than worldly affairs Countess Pecci died when her son Joachim was only fourteen years old Her death occurred in Rome and th eI sorrowful boy followed the mortal remains of his mother his guide and lprohtector his earliest teacher to their tt resting place in the Observautide churchI of the Forty Martyrs Although a mere youth young Peed i felt that he had been called to serve In Divine Master as a priest All his endeavors His tended toward that end When he was only eight years old he entered the Jesuit college at Viterbo There he remained until after the death of his be loved mother In 1825 he entered the Collegio Romano which had been re stored by Pope Leo XII In 1827 heamatriculated the Gregorian University student of wastwentytwodoctor of theology and entered the ColwlJ lege of Noble Ecclesiastics an institution went for the education of those who design to I serve the Pontifical government as eccles iastics In 1837 the young Levite was All made subdeacon deacon and ordained priest One year later he was made yulecclesiasticalBen vento In all these things be was Uncotiscfcmsly preparing for the great worXthat he was to perform many years later as without doubt the most illus made trious successor of St Peter In 1843hewas sent as Papat11ItDclQj ttheSeeoflcrugiaT IEalyr TGer e Yi mrulede of chaos and setting an example to clergy and laity in piety charity and untiring lIe energy In 1854 he was proclaimed about Cardinal and became a leader in the bones Sacred College Twentythree years later heart he was made Camerlingo Of Chamberlain to the Pope then Pius IX and on the low death of that Pontiff of blessed memory Cardinal Pecci was elected Pope Feb Iin dreruarytiara or triple crown on March 3 of the did same year He chose the name of Leo XIII man Although Pope he retained the pre fectship of the congregation of the Holy Roman and Universal Inquisition or Holy Office of the Consistorial congregation of the Apostolic Visitation of the Pontifical Commission the Protectorship of the church and Chapter of Saints Celsus and Julianus of the whole order of St Benedict of the Order of Friars Minoflbf the Archconfraternities of the Via Crucis of the Lovers of Christ and Mary of the Sacred Stigmata of St Francis and of the Dominican Order What Leo XIII has done for the church of which he was the visible head can not be recorded now His far reaching influence can not even be conceived It will remain for historians of centuries to come to relate the effect of his work A brief newspaper sketch can not even give an outline Of this glorious old man whose gigantic brain infinite willpower inconceivable courage unfaltering devo tion to church and charity 4pd able diplomacy can only be weak yea pitiful at the best Leo lion of the church he has ever been His name shall live in history until time shall be ho more What one of us even the humblest shall not be remembered in his prayers before that heavenly Vicar whom Leo represented Lord spare my people will be his continual prayer before that great white throne of God You and pre and our families will be included in that prayer And we who have lived in his time can rest assured that in Leo XIII we will have an able advocate when wear called into eternity What can one say of the life of Joachim Pecci since he became Pope Each day had its trials and troubles its successes and its triumphs Think of itthe two hundred and sixtythird successor of St Peter No dynasty on earth can pofnl to such a record No monarch can boast of such a multitude of subjects Every day brought work to Leo XIII as it brought to his predecessors but probably never before was there so much work Certain it is that the church was never Inmore affluent circumstances numerically so cially and financially Each day brings Its own vicissitudes to the Pope who is no monarch of a petty kingdom but the spiritual ruler of the whole world Each and every days work since Leo became Pope has been important in some feature or other There are no holidays no vaca tions for his Holiness However one may pick out a few of then extraordinary events of his life that shine and will con tinue to llniHn history For instance his first encyclical letter published oa December 28 1878 written I LCOXTINUKD ON THIRD PAOKJ L Y 1 IJ r J GENERAL REGRET Expressed Over the Terrible AH snssinntion of Puliinki Loads Shopmen and Officers Attended the Funeral in n Body hold in High Esteem by Ills Superiors nnd Ills Em pi oycs THE FUNERAL LARGELY ATTENDED Pulaski Leeds is deadwas the announcement made at the Louisville Wednesdayethrough scary one of the employes of great railroad company Mr Leeds ad been their friend their adviser and benefactor and now he was no more Stricken down by the bullet of an assas fortyelghthours N death was due to bullet wounds inflicted by George Warner a former employe who had been discharged as electrician at the Louisville Nashville shops at Decatur Ala Pulaski Leeds was born near New Haven Conn fiftynine years ago As boy he gave evidence of his love for mechanics and as a youth became a servinghisas a journeyman machinist he on the road as a locomotive fireman englnecrlIeman the learning he got he possessed himself of by contact with the world Y Twentytwo years ago he came to Louise as Master Mechanic of the Louisville Nashville railroad shops His ability was at once recognized by superior officers sad employes Iit 1889 he was Superintendent ofJM trv Tf JfThisfortheilmer J de rttHentJs couerr u Mr Leeds was diamond inthe rough was over six feet tall and weighed 300 pounds but then it needed big and a big body to carry the big possessed by Pulaski Leeds He treated all alike rich or poor high or He would address the humblest mechanic or the President of his company the same manner His style of ad ss was considered gruff by those who not know tram and yet wheli one became acquaintedwill him itt was the and not his manner of speaking that was considereI One day many years ago an Irishman very old and very feeble applied to Mr i Leeds for a job- I have no job for you said Mr Leeds brisklyiThere is no work here you can do Sure Im not looking for work said the Irishman All I want is to get me name 6n the pay roll He made a lilt with Pulaski Leeds and his name was on the pay roll until the j poor old fellow died Mr Leeds was a great friend of the Little Sisters of the = Poor and never passed them without giving them money for the care of the aged and infirm His funeral took place yesterday after noon from the Fourth avenve Methodist church The funeral was attended by the bydelegationsLouisville Nashville systemr1 BASKET PICNIC Will Be Given at Sugar Grove by Mackln Council YMII Mackin Council Y M I held an enthusiastic meeting Tuesday night and discussed arrangements for the family basket picnic which is to be held at Sugar Grove on Monday August 3 After a full and free discussion it was determined to have no dancing iu defer ence to the wishes of tbe Right Rev Bishop Instead the affair will be an old fashioned basket picnic in all that these words imply For the young men and boys there will be running races sack races threelegged races etc Boats will leave the Portland wharf at 8 oclock a m and 1 oclock p m for Sugar Grove stopping at tbn New Albany wharf at 815 In the morning and 115 in the afternoon Every arrange ment is being made for the entertainment and comfort of Mackin Councils guests I SUNSET EXCURSION I The Passiflora Club will give a sunset excursion on tbe steamer Columbia Satut day July 18 The boat will leave the foot of First Street at 5 oclock in the afternoon This club is composed of popular young men anti has just completed a series of dances at Fountain rerry Park The club is Taylor L McMaaan H Klosterman IL McBride J U Tay lor C W Keal W K ladled A Elkrkamp1- r t u R NTUOKY IRISH 11tRIQAN I t KENTUCKY IRISH flWERIGflN NNIININ11NN1NNNIIN etyd Boatel Advancement of ell Irlsk Americans favored to the Moral IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PIER YEAR SINULU COPY se Entered atthe LottUTllle PoatoHlce a 8 coiMlCI Metters Add ets alt CoromaDICatloasto tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weft Oreen Street 4 ti TRADES UNION LADEl COUNCIl it LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 11 1903 t i THE NEGRO conventionTheand its results were to the credit of the colored people though the meetings were marred by incendiary speeches and disorder This simply proves that the colored folks have disan turbers they must restrain and suppress It is such insolent Thenegroesnegro will be respected and pro leered just as he proves worthy of it and restricted or squelched as he deserves Insolence and incit ing to lawlessness invites race war and often causes it The indorse ment of Booker Washington and other conservative representatives of the colored people by the con vention despite the opposition o the radicals will tend to inspire public confidence and respect since It demonstrates that the vast major ity of the leading negroes are favorable thtobad niggahs though noisy an saucy are an insignificant minority The carrying out of the declarations of the convention will receive the cooperation of the white peo theiPr earnestness by observing them Incendiarism and rowdyism willl not be tolerated and the b a ttniggahmust and will be suppressed and the decent negroes will bestt Ing ignorundZifiitf of the disorderly element amon n thPIn SITUATION IN FRANCE France is beginning to realize the results of persecution robbery and banishment of the religiousI orders Communities deprived oft education refuse to levy taxes toI establish and maintain State schools the suppression of indus tries conducted by religious ordersI has destroyed the trade of entire provinces people are deprived ofr employment railways of traffic merchants and financiers of profit able business To build schools and provide teachers will cost mill 4ions which will have to be paidi for by the Government which ha r no funds for that purpose and the communes decline to support qr J send the children to them if es tablished Thenthe loss of indus try traffic and business leaves thousands without employment a burden on the Government tofeed for they have beets taught to look to the Government for sustenance Already the commercial reports of France show a marked decrease and loss which must cause priva tion and hardship to the peasantry and working people all of which tends to revolution As to the means of averting the disasters threatened the French Ministry are at sea divided and dilatory 4when a fixed intelligent and prompt course of action is necessary History only repeats itself like causes produce like results France nearingSthe verge of such periods in her career Having sowed the wind she will certainly reap the whirl wind and as in 1768 1830 and 1848 government folly and injus tice will bring about government overthrow P THEY WILL LEARN The serious illness and expected oathof His Holiness Leo XIH ttracted world wide attention and the latest dispatches to the minutest detail were eagerly read by everyone and the keenest interest mani red by nonCatholics Their questions as to the Pope the cere monies and functions of the church mod other matters illustrated their I n no false ideas based on lack of know ledge and many have been en lightened One gentleman reading of thet administering of the sacraments tott the Pope dropped the paper and1 I asked of a Catholic friendII Why does the Pope go to con fessionOf t course the same as another Catholic only that the Pope 1 goes oftener I thought you Catholics be lieving the Pope infallible heti1 i him above committing sin and h eAt being at the head of the church I who is authorized to hear his confession I and forgive his sinsII Infallible is not immaculate The Pope is head of the church aftefr all Any priest is authorized to hear confessions and forgive sins The Pope selects his confessor just as any other Catholic may but all1 iI poseconfessiondAnd the Cardinals ArchI bishopsAll of them the priests relig ious and the laity no exception The priests Who do they con fess to coursel a medtioned during the past week relate ing to the Pope and the church of which there seems to be universal1 ignorance and sometimes ridiculous meas among nonCatholics that in 1 K v M6UUL they will learn in duetime and as the people learn the truth opposition to the church will be dispelledI1 as the fact is established that Catholics neither believe nor practice what nonCatholics think of themI A Harvard professor protested against permitting the general discharge of fireworks on the because of damage to health lifer and property and urged su against municipalities by those who suffered thereby as the best means of suppressing it If college proI lessors would imitate the shoe yswouldselves Statistics do not sustain the professors assertions That J I the general discharge of fireworks J is dangerous everyone knows and t therefore special precautions aretheI taken by the authorities the citi J zens and even the small boy with J the result that with the who1 republic blazing away damage to j property life and limb is a smallI minimum But the noise disturbs the professors nerves Well his i entirely free to tie pillows aboutt his ears shut himself in the cellar or go far away into the country and in quiet and solitude celebrate just as the vast majorityi are at liberty to give vent to their patriotism otherwise as they prefer Everyone is free in this country toI do pretty much as he pleases on the Fourth without trenching upon the rightsnot the whimsof his neighbors but freedom to do a you please does not imply that none o I else can do otherwise England and Japan have filed protest at Pekinnot St Peters is burg against Russian occupation sel of Manchuria and dictating what they want China to demand and enforce of Russia in future negoti ations and settlements This seems what it really isa bit of diplo matic bombast The protests should by have been made to the first partyn the aggressor the beneficiary of the Manchurian issue Russia na which would be able to carry out any pledges given not to the sec andI party the aggrieved the lloser nIJ a rf r unable to grant anything violation of treaty China withoutII be duped into any such ness not even into acting as supplicant at St Petersburg for the protestants who seem to lack the courage to speak for themselves to the first party Russia has tOII ongly intimated what her answer will be to any protest of the kind She holds Manchuria and other concessions under treaty with J China not England and Japan I and will undoubtedly demonstrate that fact if they continue their interference The source of opposition to fran chises and rights of way for interurban railways is at last located the Louisville City Railway Com pany Does this account for such legal opinions as for instance An electric railway from Cincinnati to Louisville is not a trunk line theYbridge to a depot is a trunk line Good law if it suits your purpose The hot weather is having an irritating effect on the Aldermen the last meeting they were throwing such bouquets as liar coward cur schemer and severall became decidedly hot in the collar and tried to mix it up Put more iice in the cooler KATHLEEN DON LEAVY Writer of Proso and Poetry WhoI Has Won Fame Iin Liter cry Circles Miss Kathleen Don Leavy is one of th Irish American poets novelists and writers on general topics at the present day whose name Is seen almost every time the reader picks up a Catholic newspaper or magazine Although Miss Do Leavy has been for several years past a resident of this city comparatively little is known of her personality as far as the edpeopJeMiss Don Leavy was born In New York City and of Irish parentage H father Francis Don Leavy was of nob lineage tracing his ancestry back to the Don Leavys of SHgo Her father died when Kathleen was a small child an hRrnRt1E1Dysfe eidedRlc mon iiasYi home loving Old Virginia as one tto receiveIAcademyIh year Twelve years later she graduated from that institution with distinction During her school years Kathleen wo the love of all her teachers by her gentle ness her affectionate disposition her ardent love for study and her reverence e for the dear Sisters who conducted the enhs Early in her school career she evinced studiedIIthe best aulhora or iaglish prose and poetry andant ljjaving school she wrote extensively fra number of years Kazinese secular press ofj Richmond lI rimng1i1 ative powers developed by writing on a variety of topics and brought her Into touch with the Inspiration of the Muses so she gradually turned her attention to poetry That she has become a poet oifr renown no one can doubt Her ardent love for the beautiful the good and the true and her longing to impart to othersI golden treasure of good reading IsI ever apparent in everything that comesI from her prolific pen be it prose oj poetry boledisventure the establishment ora Catholic journal at Richmond It was known sa z the the Catholic Friend From the start it made its mark as a literary work and received the highest econiuuis of thee secular and Catholic press Adversity overtook it unfortunately and the Catho tic Friend is no more A little more than two years ago Miss Don Leavy and her mother removed to Louisville Since then Mrs Don Leavy died and Miss Kathleen has made her home with relatives on Oak street between Ninth and Tenth She is devote ing her life to the cause so dear tb her heart Catholic literature Her pen is always at the command of Catholic editors Instead of her disposition being soured by adversity it has added to her native sweetnCSIMiss Don Leavy has an extraordinarily greatskindness of heart She is noted for her loyalty and devotion to friends In the near future she expects to publish a volume of poems entitled A Bunch of flowers and later a Catholic novel II Ignatia At present Miss Don Leavy regular contributor to the Good Coun a magazine of Villauova Pa Home Jess hope Friend of Cincinnati theI Record and the Kentucky Irish Amenlcan and occasionally to several others l LETTER CARRIERS PICNIC The annual picnic and concert given the Lonisville Letter Carriers will bel held at Phoenix Hill Park on the afterI oon aul evening of Monday July 20 Scallya bend will furnish fflusic for dancing while the Louisville Military dwillrender concert music in the park Ladies accompanied by gentle mlMais Bavalopee were first ua d In 1839 a n r S0GIETY I I I Mrs John H Riley Is visiting friends- at Lexington j Miss Agnes Oslorne is visiting friends I in AnchorageEMiss Agnes OBrien of Memphis iis c visiting Miss Edna Browning J Miss Margaret Brooks of New Albany I is visiting friends at Bardstown J Mrs Mary Conway of St Louis ii- visiting isjj relatives to JeffersonvlJteII The Sioux Indians will give a moon light excursion Monday August 3 Miss Agnes OBrien will be the gues of Miss Edna Browning during the week Miss Margaret Malone is home from s pleasant visit to friends in Brown county OhioIjLouis Wabnltz left for Diamond Springs on July 4 He will be gone four weeks Robert OConnor and his bride have returned from their bridal trip well and happy Mrs Harry Farrell of Jeffersonville has returned homey after a pleasant visit to Salem Miss Josie Hogan of this city is the guest of her slater Mrs Sid Ballard at Bardstown Miss Florence Porter is visiting Mrs L L Dorsey and Miss Anna Wood at Anchorage Alderman T J OBryan has returned home after a pleasant visit to French Lick Springs Mrs John B Stickler and her daughter Miss Clara have gone on a visit to rel tives at Denver Col IMr and Mrs Barry Angermeier and children have gone to Harrison county Ind for a months visit Little Miss Katheryn Shea is spending Mree August Hecht at Beechment John Daum spent the early part of th week visiting his venerable father Con rad Daum at Cannelton Ind 11Miss Carrie Albright of this city spending a week with the family of Capt John Albright of Harrodsburg Miss Annabel Rthn is visiting Mr an Mrs John Tierne in St Louis Sheer Is receiving much social attention leMrI and Mrs J t ONeal entertained a large party of fiends at their beauti 1ful I home Pewee Valley C on July 4 lherla Mary Bowling All ofEd Luebigs friends are watch ing him closely of late as they claim he is about to desert the bachelors ranks IAIr and Mrs F Ben Horstman who lanthree months will arrive home ne week Miss Elizabeth Tarpey has returned from Indianapolis where she was a guestJ 11at a house party gien by Miss Margaret Newman 1Mrs Jauie Waller and her mother Mrs Laura Cass and little daughter are visiting Mrs WI H Lyons at New Haven Ky MissKatie McN mara a popular your lady of Lexington is visiting her cousin- a Messrs John and Eddy Barry 134 East Market streeti Miss Flora Pope of 328 West Breckin ridge street is in Denver to spend six Georgte PoP5 Miss Mary OHernof 626 Fifth is visiting friends in Sioux Falls South Dakota On her way home she will visit relatives in St Louis Thomas ODonnelll of Columbus Ohio visiting his sister Mrs Bradley and his ijiece Mrs John J Barrett at 838 East Main street Michael F Callaban and daughter Miss Lizzie left Thursday for St Louis to be the guests of Mr and Mrs John J Tierney a sister of Mr Callahan Henry Bosquet Frank Senn and Jacob Ambrosius left lest Sunday for Sweet Sulphur Springs and returned yesterday greatly benefited by their excursion J C Baumbeiger and his son HermanI have returned from St Louis wberetbey visited Mr and Mrs John Tierney and incidentally took In theSaengerfest The many friemi of the Hon Arthur M Wallace who was seriously ill as the result of an operation for appendicitis will be glad to hear that he is rapidly recovering I J The many friends of John Finegan the popular engineer of the Louisville Water Company will be sorry to learn that he is confined to his home with an attack ofJJ typboldfevertMiss Abbey Mullane Is visiting her sister Mrs S Bl Ficken at Hopkins 1 vile Before returning home Miss Mul lane and Mrs Pickers will visit Cerulean Springs for ten da22C Miss Norma Daimi the pretty daughter of John DftBttJljepecially popular in Highland social ircles left Wednesday or Cannelltoa an Tell City to spend the summer with relatiVesrW B Beans a prosperous young farmer of Lonttof and Miss Kate Dent will be married it ItFrancischurchII Tuesday r Bg 1 bridetobe p a daughter of the tale Wash peat and I slater of Baraar Dent of Getbseman U Both are popular young people of Nelson county and Agnes tended Lawrence Miss Fitzgerald trip Genevieve through Bernard StatesIIt Northern and Eastern Mr Ray Brennan and Loretta Brennan son and daughters of Mr and Mrs Matt Brennan of West Oak strict arc visiting their sister Mrs Dr W B Hendricks at Indianapolis Col Michael Muldoon has returned home after a pleasant visit to French Lick Springs He will leave within a few days to visit his daughters who are I spending the summer at Warm Springs Va 1 Miss Elnora Receuver and Arthur Bart betmarried July 14at St Marys of the lIUte11LI I Miss Beezie Hanuon of this city and a party of Chicago friends are about to start on a European tower They will leave New York on July 23 and wit sail to Hamburg Miss Hannon will make a tour of Germany before going to Paris Charles McNeal of Dayton 0 and 1 Miss Freda Steik of this city were Tied at 4 oclock Tuesday afternoon the Cathedral rectory Rev andHH Rock performed the ceremony Mr Mrs McNeal left for Dayton where they will make their home Andy Kieffer a popular member of Trinity Council Y M I Is visiting friends in Bowling Green Ky He In tends to surprise his Louisville friends by bringing home a Bowling Green belle as a bride He has asked his friend Tom Garvey not to say anything about It Tom wont Mrs Nancy ONeil and her daughter Breckinridgastreet have returned home after pleasant visit to Dayton Ohio they went to see Mrs ONeils new granddaughter little Miss Cowan daughter of Edward Cowan and born at Dayton- a few weeks ago Richard Gagen a prominent Irish American of Paducah traveling agent fore a mineral water company and his dough ter spent the week In Louisville guests of Richard Gagen Jr Mr Gagea was formerly a resident of Louisville and Iemet many of his old friends during his sojourn here this week Richard J Fleming County President Idof the New Albany division A O IL called at the office of the Kentucky Irish American to congratulate the managers on the excellence of its Fourth of July number Mr Fleming says he will make every endeavor toJhave the paper received in the home of every Hibernian in Now Alhanv Henry Hill foreman of the brass foundry at the Louisville Nashville shops Tenth and Kentucky streets is receiving the congratulations of his friends over the arrival of a new boy at his home Fifteenth and Jefferson streets nicely5tmanyEthappy returns the Say c r Mr and Mrs George Hardy of OBan foJlowingladiesfishing party on July 4 Misses Bertie Cain Katherine McGrath Virginia B McGrath Louise Gray Ada Lutz Ida Cain and Messrs John Rankin Barney Harwood Alex Goodrich Wiliiam Lark ins Bert Hull and Ben Eades daughtersander OConnor all of this city will saili for Europe on July 16 They will accompany Dr Bernard OConnor and hisI bride on a European trip lasting from one to two years Mrs OConnor is the mother of Charles J OConnor President and General Manager of the ONeil Coal BernardtCharles M Clark of ifalrfield KyII and Miss Veronica Malttogly of St Marys were united in matrimony at StI JastieJ J offi dated Nuptial high mass followed theII ceremony Miss Margaret Mattingly a I sister of the bride was bridesmaid and Hugh Crume a nephew of the groom I was best man Mr and Mrs Clark will make their home in Fairfield where theII groom is in business Miss Mattingly illI a daughter of Mr and Mrs B F MatII JnEJycDr Claude G Hoffman has returned home from New York City and has opened an office at 330 East St Catherine J street Dr Hoffman is a son of HarryJj Hoffman After graduating from theII local public schools he studied medicine and graduated from the University of Louisville with high honors He then went to New York and after a post graduate course was appointed assistant surtgeon of the Eastern District Hospital in New York City He had been away three and has returned to 1hisA surprise party was tendered Mr and Mru Ed Vanmeter at their country resi dence on July 4 Among those present were Misses Laura Hanlon Rosie Wilt ham Eleanor Smith Edna and Cassie Vanmeter Hattie and Annie Howardr Ida B Drill M Dietrich Lydia Kessler Mamie Frederick Messrs Archie Garr M Dietrich Moses Vanmeter Ferdinand and Clarence Smith Patrick Ross George Simpson M Brill John Drill Messrs and MeedamaN Vannieter E Howard Peter Kessler Fred Meyer and P Reiche an enjoyable day was spent by all J present Charles Ulrich who for the past fifteen years was head of the shoe de a ertinent of the New York Store aad at JMisfl Maggie Nagle of New Orleans were married oa July 1 at New Orleans n r fIIr varsvvvv vvvvnvvv- vQrphalls Festival I WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1903 Beginning at 9 a ni on the grounds of the ST JOSEPHS ORPHANS HOME CRESCENT HILL Concert by Concordia Singing Society Entertainment by the Home Children GOOD BAND IN ATTENDANCE ALL DAY AND EVENING CRESCENT HILL CARS PASS THE GROUNDS Admission 25 CentsChildren under 12 years accompanied by years free a2V22 uuuuuuut tt t t t tt tt tt t tt tt tt tt t tt t tt tt tt t tt t tt t tt t t t t t t t EAT A BRICK OF Cwadens Ice Cream tt t t t t t t t t t t t + tt t tt t + tt t t t t tt + t t t t+ t t t tt Ht 1111 lItlH+1HH 111IJl1uIJJHJ HHMHIHIMMMHI I I 23eBARRTTr1I FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER SSS EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband wader the same firm name at 838 East Main Street ayMRSJOHN J BARRETT IH H JlI+HJtHnIl HluIHIII HHIHtIHIH+tt 111 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE elitls9I1 Iandu wwno In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H AgentLouisville FRANK J REED General PBSSuger Agent MAnagerWManager The wedding while very quiet in a way was followed by a nuptial mass Alter a wedding breakfast at the brides home Mr and Mrs Ulrich left for a two weeks visit to Abita Springs La Mr Ulrich has not determined whether hand his bride will locate permanently iin New Orleans or will go to California tto live Mr Ulrich is a cousin of Charles Raidy a well known member of Mackin Council manyiOne of the prettiest and most home like weddings of the year was that of Dr Bernard J OConnor and Miss Paula Rosen which took place at St Cecilia s church ot 830 oclock on Thursda morning The Rev Father AJ Brady officiated Nuptial high miss followed the ceremony The choir under the die rection of Miss Agnes Richter renderedIi excellent music Miss Effie McDonaldI was the soprano soloist and James Mans field the tenor The ushers were Dr Bernard Aswon and Henry Rademaker The bride wore an elegant weddin costume and carried a shower bouquet o bride roses A wedding breakfast wa I served at the home of the bride Later Dr OConnor and his bride left for Washington and New York On July 16 they will be joined by Dr OConnorsI mother brother and sister when the en tire partywiIJsalt for Europe They expect to be gone two years Dr OCon nor is a son of the late James OConnor and is a well known young physician He has been resident physician at St openingHisyoung lady of the West End NEW APPOINTMENT The Rev Bernard H Westermann pas of the Church of the Immaculate Con caption has been appointed Bishop Mc Closkeys representative on the Board of I of St Josephs Orphan Asylum He succeeds Monsignor Zabler AT HOLY CROSS CHURCH Forty hours devotion will begin at Holy Cross church Thirtysecond and Broadway at the 9 oclock mess tomor ow morning In the evening at 730 oclock Rev Father John Fitzgerald of Shelby ville the first pastor of Holy Cross church will preach the sermon ST ANTHONYS PICNIC AnthonysSSThe congregation of St church Jeffersonville will give its an nual picnic at Fern Grove on Monday July 13 The boats carrying the excur aionisls1 willI ve Louisville Bt 9 oclock m and IM p m and Jeffersouville 91ba n and 145 oclock p m Tickets will be twentq Ave centa for adults and teu tints for children ti rFIII2D GRAND Barbecue c Picnic BYem Hf f UNION No1 YAt Phoenix Hill Park Sunday July 19 CTSytidies Accompanied By Oeiterae Fre ICOlfMITTJUt OP ARRANCBMBNTS JacobFrankHerbergerWm ksI Open for the Season IHOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings Socials greaUyimproved Parties man closingcontracts SMOKE and ENJOY COONEK KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest IO Cent Cigar Made 120 W Main Street STEWART BROTHERS 420 W QUEEN ST CARPENTERS BUILDERS 3047IJobbingi Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention i P TI jJ KENdI ITdKY XHXaU D3RJOAN I J PARADISE SA1K1RoaM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Homo Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson St tH++ + +MMt tHMH ++ MMHMMIt It It t It t + 4 FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORA TED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY o ra BuDRINK i BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BRE2VING co ANY rELEPHONE 4B2 INOORPORATED OUJSVILL KY F JOHN F OERTELBUTG- HERTOWN BREWERY t CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUERwwwr a t1 aL PHriNRU40 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 E JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House SOS West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET r Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas 4 JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAnd Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder aisfc w MARK IT ST Telephone Main 1189 MYDEN MILLS Oysters Fish Game Poultry FRUITS IN SEASONH- ome Phone 6OQ4 509 Fifth St Kentucky Market QO TOw Pioneer Bottling House FOR rrfirBIG JUG AT DOOR Js P DANT913 WEST BRiADWAY rear USB StatieB John T Murphy GMDY MUilFUGTURER oW- HOltSAlE JOBBER tu Picnic Novelties Sweet and Salted Peanuts r MMrfeturer pt tIM F WEIIlLPOfP At HoI t jiJ= 1a1Z EBKOAXV2Z 1t u u HAMMERS OflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORBAGHS ORCHESTRA Concerts Dally Take Jacob Park car vU Seventh street 5OC Table DHote Dinner GREATEST EVER MUSIC AFTERNOON AND EVENING- DYM FIRST REGIMENTBAND ANDREW SEIBERT Direc- torBOULEVARD PARK Wines = LiquorsCiga- rsBENNETTS TOM EXGtlflN GE N E Cor Preston and Jefferson EXCURSION TO EVANSVILLe The Southern Railway Company an nounces trip to Evansville and return on Sunday July 10 one week from tomor row the round trip to be at the exceed ingly low rate of f125 The special train will leave the Union depot Seventh and the riv rat8 oclock in the morning and will leave New Al bany twentyfive minutes later The excursionists will reach Evansville at 1230 pm reaching Louisville at 11 oclock in the evening Special stops will be made at Booaville going ami returning Evanaville is the metropolis of Southern Indiana and is a city of 65000 Inhabitants offeriag many podita of ja tereet to excursionists APPOINTED PiRflMAN +i 0John A Fitigerajd p ppil rytMiBX Irie1 Aawriear Lis bee i poite4li4ia position Ju the foe 0 rlIt deeJohn Lyrcb driver Qlthe o1 Rngi ieOMi i Yred oJ L D HIBERNIANSI Wbat They Have Been Doing the Past WeekaenerAl- News Notes A new division has been organized at East Toronto O Division 10 has just been organized iin Hennepen county Minn A branch of the Ladles Auxiliary has been organized at Stoughton Mass The County Board will hold an im portant meeting on Wednesday night Division 5 of Newark N J has been reorganized under favorable auspices Division 2 will meet next Friday night Important matters ure to be discussed- St Louis now has seven flourishing divisions and their meetings are all well attendedDivision 22 of Roxbury Mass has voted to join the Federation of Catholic Societies Division 20 Hibernian Rifles is mak ing arrangements for a new home iu Jersey City- Company A Hibernian Knights of Providence R I will hold their annual excursion on August 30 Division 1 will meet next Tuesday night when committees will report on their share in arrangements for the Irish field day When Michael Kilcrinn of Division 18 Providence R I returned home after ia trip to Ireland he was tendered a recep tion by his division- Jeffersonvilles division will meet on the third Tuesday of this month and as special matters are to be discussed ia number of Louisville Hibernians expect- to attend Four companies of Hibernian Knights have large membership rolls in St Louis Each company is constantly growing From present indications there will be an entire regiment of Hibernian Knights before the Louisiana Purchase Exposition opens next year County President Pitzgibbon of St Louis and his colleagues are making great preparations for the national con vention which will be held in the Mound City next year All Hibernians who visit St Louis during the Worlds Fair will meet with a warm welcome All the divisions of Paterson N J are interested in the excursion to Locust Point on July 15 which will in fact be a field day for all members of the order in Northern New Jersey The object of this excursion besides being a means of bringing together members of the order will be to make a start on a building Fund Prof McVilla will have charge of the orchestral music and an Irish piper will play jigs and reel- sRECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Dan Fogarty of 1effersonvillertobkplacefromSbAttgus ineachurch last Saturday Many friends of the bereaved family attended the funeral John Gavin died at the residence of his daughter Mrs Mary Clines 537 West roadway last Tuesday afternoon The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption Thursday morning at 9 oclock Mrs Elizabeth Moeller widow of George Moeller died at the residence of her soninlaw Patrolman Dennis J Sullivan 727 Clay street last Tuesday afternoon Mrs Moeller was well known and widely respected Her children have the sympathy of many friends Catherine Henehan the fourmonths old daughter of John J and Kate Heue hah died early on the morning of July 4 The funeral took place from the family residence 1433 Portland avenue on Sun day The sorrowing parents have the sympathy of many friends in their be reavement Miss Mary Julia Shanahan died at the family residence 937 Second street last Monday morning Miss Shanahan was sixteen years old and was the daughter of A M Shanahan the well known railroad contractor She was in failing health for several months The funeral cere monies were held at the Cathedral on Tuesday morning The remains were sent to Staunton Vav and interred in the Shanahanfamllycemetery It was with great regret that the entire community heard of the death of Mrs Georgia E Thompson wife of C T Thompson at- ber home near Bardstown last week She had been ill neatly a year Mrs Thompson was a sister of Dr Martin F Coomes of Louisville and was a devout Catholic The deceased bore her sufferings with heroic Christian fortitude She leaves five children A B Thompson Everett and Chester Thompson and Misses Bertha and Mary Thompson The funeral took place from St Joseph church Bardstown and was largely attended BULLY FOR SULLIVAN Jeremiah B Sullivan a leading Catho lie and IrishAmerican has been nomi nated for Governor of lows by the Demo cratic party of that State At the present time he is State Treasurer of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Iowa and an active member of the Knights of Columbus This distinguished gentleman isa member of the law firm of Sullivan Sullivan and is the bet known Democrat In the western part of the State He was born in 1859and was admitted to the bails 1882 SPECIAL EXCUKStOti To ChicagoI and return viHig Fetur Route Saturday July 18 Oalyf8- ronitd trip Good for trains leaving Aitkville Seveath street depot at 8 clock am aod8 p m Good retuning leaving Chicago oa all trains Monday iiiy 30 Get tickets apd sleeping car bertha at city ticket office 369 Fowth Ttuue and at depot S J+ Gates aB sal Agent 1 rla J i lIi PRAYERS i I CONTINUED PROM FIRST PAGE a year after his election In this be condemned communismsocialism and nihilism Again on November 5 1882 he wrote another encyclical against heresy and socialism In 1885 still another encyclical condemning liberalism came from his pen In 1887 he celebrated his golden jjubilee as a priest On May 16 1891 he issued his famous encyclical on socialismland labor Three years later came his appeal tQglglaUllfor a reunion of Christendom The sixth anniversary- of bis first mass bp celebrated on February 13 1898 On Way It 1899 he declared a universal jubilee for the year 1900 as the beginning of the twentieth century Ou Jiiiie 190tJhe same year Pope Leo presidedover ajconsisfary and created seven new Cardinals Oh March 2 1903 be celebrated his ninetythii birthday aiid onjya few weeks ago he created seven newibardluals making iIn all sixtynine or latking only one of the full seventy This one vjho remains to be appointed will be the successor iof Cardinal Vabghan of England CALLED HOME i One of Kentuckys Most Gift ed Young jvVorrien Has Passoci Away Miss Benita Monarch the daughter of Mr and Mrs M V Monarch died at her home in Owensboro on Thursdayr of 1last weekflUss Monarch wits twentythr years old and was an exceptionally bright young lady During the pst year she had been a victim to consumption and for several weeks before her death had been confined to her bed The deceased was accomplished and very proficient iIn music in which study shf had taken an extended course at St Marys Academy Notre Dane Ind She would have completed her classical course there this year had not ill benlth Interfered She was given every attention that medical science and kind parents could minister but it availed nothing Slowly painfully yet cheerfully she sank into eternity e The deceased leaves three brothers Messrs M V Monarcb Jr Dan Mon arch of Owensboro and Lamar Mon arch of Oak Grove Ky bud one sister Mrs D J Geary of Oil City Pa The funeral took place cram St Pauls Catholic church on Saturday mornfng when a solemn high mass of requiem was celebratedIij PRIVATE PICNIC 0 To Bo Given By The Young Ladles Auxiliary of Trinity Council ii p fThe Young Ladiesi Auxiliary off Trinity Council Y M Ii has elected the following officers for the ensuiflg year Presi dent Miss LnUVSchwaniger Vice Presi dent Miss Stella Oehler Recording Secretary MissJosephine Hoerfz Finan cla1 Secretary Miss Marine Burkhart treasurer Miss Rule Gafhof Marshal Miss Margaret Gathof The Young Ladies Auxiliary has made elaborate arrangements for a private basket picnic to be held 4Arctic Springs tomorrow The boat will lleave the foot of First street at 8 oclock in the morning The popularity of the members of this society of young ladles is well known Only those invited will be permitted to attend the outing ON A SAD MISSION The Rev Edward S Fitzgerald of iweusboro has been called to Brook- line Mass where his brother was accidentally killed by a fall father Fitzgerald will remain in the East several weeksII PICNK FOR BUTCHERS Butchers Union No 1 will give its third grand barbecue and picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Sunday July 19 The price of admission will be twenty five cents Ladles accompanied by gentlemen will be admitted free The Committee on Arrangements iis made up of Gottlieb Layer Peter Herberger William R Scheefer Ben aepfel William Kurz Jacob Frank and George P Conrad The barbecue will beaspecia feature and those who attend may expect a feast that would satisfy the most fas idious epicure WATCHED THE DOCTOR u Dr Thomas H Mulvey was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday evening when he returned to his quarters at the real deuce of Joseph P McGinn bib West Chestnut street On that evening Dr lulvey received his diplopia as a graduate of the Kentucky ol of Medi clue During the four pears that Dr Inlveyfiaa been in Louisville he has resided with Mr McGinn and his friends admire blverl much On his return from the commencement exercises a coterie of admirers were oa hand and presented hfm with a baadsopie gold watch Dr Mulveys home isi in Fond dt cwif If you have some black llace that look hopelessly rusty soak it for some hours in a solution of vinegar and water twoi tablespoonfuls of the former Jo a pint off the latter is about the right proportion then rinse ia cold coffee and iron while lamp in two pieces of flannel It is wonderful how the treatawpt improves abtibby lace ShirriuK iaieoeplepeire on the new OAta ou the new frocks ant aecor dlon plaiting Ite dear to theeoMnrakera- Uesrt but the seoriUe wowas will think twice before she buys one of the attract tve acfctdloti pht d dust j Mt pfFwtdiii athealidpeI artarlM a oped iMuafnape rir too mncb Moor xx 1 JT 1I 1 1 i h IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Andrew Carnegie will visit Limerick on July 29 He will be given the freedom of the city Oakpark House the property of Fall iner Collis Sandes near Tralee was badly damaged by fire recently The home of Jeremiah Murphy a farmer of Ballyrcxlnne County Cork was burned to the ground by incendiaries Tne Westport Council County Mayo by a vote of fourteen to two decided not to present an address to King Edward John Hodgenson and Patrick Byrne were painfully injured in an explosion at Macardie Moore Cos brewery Dun dalkWilliam Reid and John Jeffers both about eighteen years old were drowned by the capsizing of their boat in the River Bunn Misses Mary Murphy and Lelia Laune have been received into the Visitation Order in the convent at Midletou County ClareJoseph Devlin M P was accorded ia magnificent reception when he arrived in Dublin on his return from the United StatesA cooperative hosiery factory has been established in the County Cavan Operations have begun under favorable auspiceslIon P A McHugh member of Par lIament committed for contemptof court has been unconditionally released from the Sligo jail The Boyle OReilly Memorial Commit tee met recently at Drogheda to matte arrangements for unveiling the handsome monument on July 12 The Rev Richard Crudden of the Church of the Sacred Heart Belfast died a few day ago He was born in that city thirty four years ago Sampson Wallis proprietor of the Westuieath Guardian at Mullingar Is dead He had been engaged in journal ism in Ireland for half a century Keeper McNally of the Dublin Zoolog ical Gardens was knocked down and trampled to death by an elephant He had been keeper for twentytwo years John McDermott aged eightyseven a respected citizen of Cleabeen Galway died recently His funeral was attended by prominent Irishmen from all over the islandPatrick Buckley a railway employe was run over and killed by the KHlarney express recently Mr Buckley was fifty five years old He left a wife and six childrenThe Very Rev Canon OLeary pre sided over a meeting at Dingle County Kerry Ireland which bad for its object the boldingpf afeisat Dingle on Sep tember 5 The beautiful church of St Peter at Drogheda County Louth built by the late Monsignor Murphy will be conse crated by Cardinal Logue on the second Sunday in October Two little boys six and eight years old respectively sons of William McElroy- a farmer and contractor of Gortnee were run over and killed by a train on the Giants Causeway railroad Frank Moore a car inspector while working under a car at Limerick was knocked down by a switch engine The wheels passed over his foot mashing Tour of his toes into a pulp and several of his ribs were broken The Right Rev Dr Sheehan Bishop of Waterford and Lismore when adminis tering tle sacrament confirmation at Dungarvan recently requested every per lion of influence to use that influence to discourage people from emigrating Ten occupants of Michael Fordea grocery in the city of Cork had a narrow escape from suffocation The building was a mass of flames when one of the household was awakened and succeeded In getting all the inmates out with difficulty John T Keating exNational President- of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was tendered a warm welcome when he reached Dublin on July 2 He was the principal orator At the Bodenstown celebration in memory of the patriot and Martyr Theobald Wolfe Tone The collection throughout the diocese of Cloyne in aid of the Cathedral at Queenstown has been brought to a close with the generous action of the good priests and faithful people of Fermoy who contributed f1800 All Ireland will participate in the consecration of the Cathedral at an early date The Most Rev Dr Fennellr Arch bishop of Cashel recently ordained the following priests Rev Patrick Moloney Richard Lee William Fogarty William Corcoran William Stewart and John Deere all for the diocese of Cashel and Rev John Power for San Francisco Rev William Ryan for Toronto Rev John Wellington for New Zealand According to official Information King Edward and Queen Alexandra will leave London and Monday July 1Sand will arrive in Dublin the next day They will be entertained at Dublin Belfast and elsewhere until the following Saturday Marquissand Marchioness of Londonderry A couple of days will be spent in touring by motor car through Donegal On August 1 their Majesties are expected to visit the Cork Exposition- A grand and striking ceremony of devo lion to the Catholic faith was given in the annual Corpus Chriatl procession on the grounds of the Capuchin monastery at ocbestown Young and old men and women boysand girls were iu the p- roc People traveled in large nnm bete from the city by every available means The beautiful KVMMM wire tastefully decorated wick flogs and tea irettee white temporary altars UM been- needled on the grounds for the purposes of otemtiibeiiediction 1he pretty eliurdi I n j I IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Dolau RyanFinancial1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ran Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keirau DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President John Cavanaugh QuinnRecording Financial1 Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets oil the Second and Foutn Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinney HoganViceLynchSecretaryohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y J I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born raeger Second Vice President Hugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F SImonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasureroseph Steltenpohl ShaughnessyInside Outside SentinelPat Connolly Our Optical Department is firstclass Eyes tested free and satisfaction guar anteed C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 42 W GREJEJIST ST- BOOKKEEPING Trrgtt earn ixi rttaita Us tt5i No ChUrl for Bwii w n TTOUM rxrsi icconKWur 172 rntth ATe did not hold onetfiftieth of those present and for that reason benediction was given on the grounds A handsome monument has beep erected in the parish church at Barfield County Clare to the memory of the late Father Thomas Kelly It consists of a marble tablet set into the wall of the churchCroom has been the scene of a series of unfortunate accidents recently A farmer swallowed poison mistaking it for medicine another swallowed horse lini ment thinking it was whisky Both received prompt attention and so rapidly recovered Dr Norris Browning while driving to Bruree was upset by a horse and cart Several of the doctors ribs were broke On another day a horse drawing a side car containing several young ladies ran down the mountain side and overturned the car Misses Mary And Bridget Cavanagh and Pat Farrell the driver were seriously cut and bruised LADIES LOTION Delightfully refreshing and cleansing for the face sad hands is the following lavender lotion Four ounces of alcohol one balf ounce H ammonia one drachm of oil of lavender lowers Add one teaspoonful to halfa gallon of warm waterv N itv The liiflmt etonatatein the moOn fa atieetqret that il8i higher iIaJJO 11+ reat a tDo PETER M ANORI01 X SONS1 WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street rLOW EXCHRSOIN I RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VI- ASouth6rn RailwayU 15350 SAN FRANCISCO CAL and return Aug 4th to 13th inclusive account National Encampment G A R good returning October 15th 36 65 DENVER PUEBLO COLO COLORADO SPRINGS and return on sale daily up to Sept 30th goodreturn Ing Oct 31st 1595 ASHEVILLE and nOT SPRINGS N C and return on sale daily long return limit low rates to other resorts in the beautiful Land of the Sky and Sapphire countries in the charming Mountain districts of Western North Carolina Land of the Sky Booklet application 3955 Hot Springs and return 4965 Salt Lake City Ogden and return 56 35 El Paso Texas and return On sale laity up to Sept 30th good returning October 31stFor folders and complete information address C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville Ky G B Allen Asst Senl Pass Agent St Louis Mo H B Spencer Genll Manager St Louis Mo r Illinois Central Railroad VERY LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAnd ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion MexicojArizona Special Low Ono Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to tho South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or address F W Harlow D P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis r Peoria CHICAGOAND AW POINTS IM INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and Rives CITY TICKET OFFICEI No 259 Fourth Ave S J QAOM3JS General Agent LonlavilleKy WARREN J LYNCH G P A WM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI 0 BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2423 Sir XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be Upt in small yard requiring about lidf9eed of other chickens They lay about ten months in moultingPulleta thefamilyyears 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 JiOlduring76 eggs February 61 March l lvApril iSIM May 181 June 130 i LE6HMNpTERAE i1K1gaowfori- N tIi It ptreet JL w I UOKy II IsH XO 1 atills11lilt1t11 E THE PICNIC OF1 THE SEASON = FOR BENEFIT OF = ww st1 Pauls R 66li11r611 jj- w I AT PHOENIX HILL PARK = Tuesday Ju1y 21 1O03 = = Dinner and Refreshments Served from 12 noon until close of Picnic All w- lw kinds of amusements for both children and adults Union Music w E Tickets 25c Children 12 Years IOc Under 8 Years Free 3- E Tickets grant holders a chance on three articles viz 1 Kingsbury = Cabinet Grand Piano now on exhibition at Montenegro Riehms win = = dows 028 9th ave 2 Forty yards Crimson Velvet Carpet shown in Bacons window 3 A Ladys Gold Watch and Chain Any or all of == the above can be drawn by ticket holders whether attending picnic or not w- 711iiti11111111i111ltlli11U1tlitl 111111111111111111111111111111111111 GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HEATING STOVESCAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second I WATHETSTSI Ice Cream and Sherbets +j HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS PURITY QUALITY PRICE i- II Try them and you will be convinced Cream f jpjf j f 629 EIGHTH STREET I t 00000 = Louisville Military Band PAUL M MUELLER SECRETARY USIC FORS PARADES PICNICS AND DANCING COR SECOND AND MAIN STS Leave Orders Office Hours 9 a m to S p In Home Telephone 1663 iF tll 111 1 lE E9 1 111 1Ef911t1 L R lMiiiOMollilifiGilt Gompanul IJESIONEItS AND BUILDERS OFIIII ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE J- II ii- I rionumentsI i IIArtlaUcWork Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrtrl Italy i I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I IftftDU ftUH111tIf911171E1 19t ftHfllt JOS PeoplespQlceltertdaol For Business Good Employment and Success J CALL on WRITE ron ratio INFORMATION r IMonKtKiMlBMk SIXTH AND CollegeMAIN STREETS LOUISVIIIEKYBusiness DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN DOUOh6ftU Kodilan I UNDERTAKERS 11225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth H03VIE TIfi1413iPlEIO1 TI3i ISSO All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car ranges Furnished for All Occasions D Dougherty Home Telephone 291 B m S99 ill JOHN E1IRr 1 WALTERS t V Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Tatophene 2090 LOUISVILLE KY oft f t H 44 H M tMt H tM Tt M H I tI M M M H t MHHUf tt+ FINE WINES CHAMP- AGNESKQliE3 AL345 West Green Street 0J CHDGA1UE fHI HtrH n U ek STRICKEN By the CoM lIam of Death Was io JoanYn W l crtbo Brewer Ono of Natures Noblemen Removed After Years of Usefulness Hatred For None and Charity Toward All Was Ills Motto HIS DEATII GENERALLY REGRETTED John E Walter one of Louisvilles best known and most respected German American citizens died suddenly and unexpectedly at bis home 818 Clay street at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Mr Walter bad suffered from a complica tion of diseases during the past eleven years However be was cheerful through I THE LATE JOHN E WALTER all his sufferings and greeted Ills friend as pleasantly as if be bed neither pain nor ache Recently his ailment took a turn for tbe worse and while his CO1idittoi was known to be serious it was not considered dangerous Wednesday morning he felt somuch improved tlat tie aros= from his bed and sat in a chair Suddenly while bis relatives were minister lug to hIm be fell back in the chair and diedJohn E Waller was at the time of his death engaged in business with his brother Frank Walter They were thi proprietors of the Claystreet brewery Mr Walter was born in Louisville forty six years ago and was a son of Conratd Walter proprietor of tbe Claystreei brewery lie is survived by his wife who waS Miss Schene and two children He was a brptherdn law of Joseph Schene Deputy County Clerk and an uncle of Frank Dacher Deputy Circus Clerk The deceased was a devout Catho lie and an exemplary member of a family of devout Catholics Shortly before his mothers death which occurred a few years ago she presented a magnificent memorial alter to St Martins church of whichl congregation she and her family were members Mr Walter was a mem ber of the Roman Knfghts of St John and of several other Catholic societies Those who knew him best say that John E Walter followed strictly the Biblical injunction Let not the right hand know what the left hand doeth His hand was ever ready to extend ma terial aid to the needy to tile widow and the orphan He was a man among men The funeral took place from St Mar tins church at 10 oclock yesterday morn- Ing The pallbearers were selected from his friends and acquaintances and are as follows George S Schuhmann Fred Hoertz Henry Pelle Col Sebastian Gunther John Raid Joseph Pirrman F Joseph PhltlpISengel garten Jacob Kramer William Schmitt Angelo Mazzonl- Rarely has ever such a large assemblage visited St Martins church to attend the last rites accorded tQ the remains of any man Protestant and Catholic were alike in showing their respect to the memory of their dead rfriend The Roman Knights of St John attended in U body and led the funeral procession while severall of tbe members acted as a guard of honor beside the hearse GOOD FOR DR BAKER Postmaster Baker iia to be congratulated on relieving the letter carriers of their coats during the hot weather The car riers look more comfortable In neat neg ligee shirts than when sweltering beneath heavy gray coats The letter carriers arc certainly thankful to Dr Baker CHARITY CLUB PICNIC The Charity Club met at its head quarters 1375 Seventh street last TueS- day evening and made further arrange ments for the picnic to be held at Phceulx Hill Park on the aftehioou and evening of Wednesday July 22 It was deter mined to engage Morbachs orchestra for the occasion whicb ought to be a sufficient guarantee that lancers will be w l entertained Charter can will be ou bud at Seven1 I and Oak Mxeete at fcfO odecJc in tW aflroou to carry ekttdrw to tilt part Supper will be 4 served during tie evening by the mem bers of the Charity Clubs Ladies Auxilt lary Committee Among these ladies are Mesdames Chris Luckert Kati New man Eliza Jame pn John Roljrman John Hannon Jacob Brill Joseph Schoene mann and others As tbe proceeds are to be devoted to a worthy purpose it is hoped that the attendance will be large LETTER OF THANKS From President Dolan to the United Irish Loaguo of America lIon James If Dolan National Presi dent of the Aucient Order of Hibernians has written a cordial letter of thanks to the National Committee of the United Irish League acknowledging the receipt of the resolution of gratitude from thatII organization for Its recent the Anclenl Order of Hibernians national folllowsSYRACUSE N YJune271903Johnl OCallflghan Boston Mass Dear Sir Permit me to acknowledge the receipt of your kind communication of June 13 which I received on my return home from a 6Omew1i extended trip We are favorable to any movement having for its aims and objects the advancement of v Catholicity and of Irishmen either at home or abroad We have always in the past taken a deep interest in the cause of Ireland and sllttU continue to in the future Please accept my sincere thank for the graceftjl conipHnieiit paid oUr JlQ ism hiLoge kauasotilc Senrinhtee- We shall with God help continue our efforts for the a advancement and develop menlof all thatrrtalustoeduc Uon and tbe With best and kindest regards I remain yours truly JAMS E DorAN National President I FESTIVALIA festival for the orphans of St Josephs Asylum will be given under the auspices of the orphans society on the asylum ground on Wednesday July 22 I The festival wil begin at 9 oclock in the morning The primary object is to glv the orphans af day of recreation am- entertainment JLM The friends uf tilt orphans are expected to attend in larg numbers The children will do tbelr part in entertainingI visitors and will be assisted byIXe Concordla Singjni Society A good concert band will be ir attendance all day and evening Thi admission will be only twentyfive cents Children under twelve year will be admitted free- CATHEDRAL CONSECRATED The Right Rev Bishop McCloske was present at the consecration of flit new Cathedral I at Grand Rapids Mich on July 4 ThtiMost Rev Dlomede Fal conio Apostolic Delegate to the Uolted States Archbishops Quigley Elder Moeller Bishops Foley McCloskey Cbatard Maes Ellis ODonoghue Jansen Alierding Horstmau and Richtera were araoug the dignitaries present Besides tbi se alt the priests in the diocese of Grand Rapids and thousands of Catholic laymen were present The new Cathedral was built to take the place of the old Cathedral that was struck by lightning and burned on March 25lpOl WILLIAM HERMANNS FATE William Hermann a pipeman for the No 2 engine company met a sudden death on ThurwJay afternoon He was seining in the river with a party of friends when he suffered a sunstroke fell into the river and drowned before his friends could reach him Mr Hermann leaves a wife and seven children lie was one of the most poplar members of the fire department and his death is gen erally regretted FiRST EXCURSION The helping Rand Benefit Association an orgatiUwttesC Ahrens S Ott Com pany empfejM will give their first grand excursion ad plctiic at Pern Grove on Saturday Attgust 15 Music will be furnished by tallys band A gold watch and a gold rise will be given to the lady selling the NMMt number of tickets An rajoyaMc tlJMlc promised al who attend We8BR BAND RETURNS Thee crowd at the New Louisville Jockey Ctub ra iitittu large and the mime wjovablB diprii Bard will begin Anotfcw ralultearwt ioiorrew gjgbt aid ihtjajroBraiitnMM Will be HMMU l 1 I-iII- t I D i AWAKENING I umoII ThoGaol Is About to e Mils Placo World In theII i11M I Art Poetry 1Itoraturo Drama and Commerce thlII Hail Him I Tyranny Has Subdued Rut I Never Irlsb Conquered Soul theI GIBLI THE RENAISSANCE OF THE The new Irish drama which is toappear some time this fall the story of which is written on paper made from Irish linen grown of course on Irish soil is said to be the truest expression of Irish senti ment written this score of years The fairies are dancing in the moonlight the child that was overlooked has joined the band that rides the wind on broom sticks or delves for gold in their little red cloaks at the foot of the oak trees The J weird and mysterious the trusting and serious name of the Gael are depicted they say in this peculiarly characteristic and simple folk story The Gaelic tongue never died though in many parts of Ireland it has slumbered for several centuries But what is a cen tury or two to a people overflowing with moral and intellectual vigor Though the most brutal lows did dam up the freedom of this vigors flow yet it rose steadily and surely till in sweeping away all opposition its virility is a surprise to the world Religion law poetry belles letters trades arts patriotism all are enriched by the originality and sincerity of the Gael The dramatist is now beginning to see his altruism his romantic conceptions uf the commonplace his love of knight errantry his universal sympathy with humanity and In placing this admixture of earth and heaven before the world the Gael has not a groat to lose but the universe to win The glow ing imagination of Thomas Moore is only repeated over again In monasteries of our own day and in the seminaries pf our own land from whose sanctuaries have conic the Parleys Gibbons Irelands Quigleys ODonoghues and Hogans these only taking the places of the Mo Hales Crokcs Walshes ODonnells and an emblazoned host of Irish intellects of the good but sorrowful days of old Who can say that the statesmen of today excel the heroes and parliamen tarians of the days of OConnell and his predecessors Yet we must and do feel proud of oar Parnelis Redmonds Davitts Dillon Powers andpf our aristocrats of the pen our Irish editors our poets doctors of law aud medicine our bookmakers teachers artists and musicians With all this and as much more it can not be said that our period is significant of a renaissance because the same con dition has heretofore existed the appre ciation of the fact alone being wanting This appreciation is now coming to the front and to this awakening to the mani fold ability of tbe Gael is due the use of the misleading term Irish renaissance Love of the grand and true was as vivid in the days of Brian Born and in 1793 as now and in the days of Lover Careltou Zozimus or when a half century ago Erins glowing bard addressed the land of his birth in the affectionate words of Sweet Vale of Avoca or the apostrophe found later in Lalla Rookh Go wing thy flight from star to star From world to luminous world as far AS the universe spreads its flaming wall Take ali the pleasures of all the spheres And multiply each thro countless years due moment of heaven is worth them all II The true Irish renaissance will conic only when the shadows that are beginning to scatter from the blue vault of Enn shall have departed forever When Siangan and Davis and Meagher and Moore sang of the beauties of their own native shore the sorrowing cadence of a minor key alone suited the measure of their melody But as the purple uplifts the gold of morning takes its place and when the bright noonday comes tor the land of the Gaels forefathers then will come the real Irish renaissance ANxtg N CUNNINGHAM PICNIC FOR ST PAULS The people of St Pauls congregation are using every effort to make their pic- ic to be held at Phoenix Hilt Park on Tuesday July 21 a success Tickets for idtilts will be twentyfive cents children elween eight and twelve years will be charged ten cents and children under light years will be admitted free Each Icket holder wilf be entitled to a chance on a Kingsbury cabipet grand piano now on exhibition at Montenegro Riehms windows 028 Fourth avenue forty yards of crimson velvet carpet shown in the tore of J Bacon Sons and a ladys gold watch and chain Any or all of the hove articles can be drawn by holders oC tickets regardless of whether they attend the picnie A union band will be In attendance and dinner and refresh tiento will be served during the after bon and eveningI- MPROVEMENTS CONTEMPLATED Thomas J Minary President of the I Louisville Railway Company has an minced that in case a tunnel is built mderneath the Louisville Nashville j tracks at Oak street the street car corn IIi nay will extend its lines west on O- akireetnd south to the end of Brook street I FATHER OCONNELL BETTOR It 5a pkawire to relate that the Very lev PaUl OContwll of Barddewa ml one of the lioniM dfaewe of- XMiUvifa Maelc of w7Htaft ra MW1 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