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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f r I IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XINO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 18 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 FAVORABLE toI Beginning of the Attempt Establish the Ladles Auxiliary 4 t i Eloquent Add resscs Good 11lusl stud Kefrcshments Wore at Hand I Rev William Gauscpohl PraisesI tlio lbaughterw of Old- s Erin S FIFTY LADIES ARE INTERESTS- The social meeting of the Ancien- Order of Hibernians at Hibernian Hull1 last Sunday night was a success in every way The hall was crowded with members of the order and their lady friends Interestingaddresses were made good music delighted the multitude refresh meats were served and the first steps were taken toward the organization of n ladies auxiliary Nearly all the State and county officers were present Amon the ladles present who took an active part in the ladles auxiliary in forme- times were Misses Rose Sweeney Mary Cavanaugh Mary Kelly and Mrs James ColemanState President Keenan explained the object of the meeting which was to establish a better social feeling among the Hibernians and to lay the foundation for the reestablishment of the ladies auxiliary He then introduced the Rev Father William Gausepohl who before be came to Louisville was chaplain of the order in Northern Michigan and in CanadaFather William began by telling of the Irishmans love for his faith his country and his countrymen and paid a high tribute to his national genius on the fields of battle oratory and poetry The reverend speaker said that true Hiber nians were faithful to God to church and to the traditions of their ancestors They were generous hospitable and quickwitted He quoted JPor good nature and fpr mirth o z Theres no place on earth f iiLlke thee plate where shamrocks gro- wThenliecohtieledAodlatme say tdtheladleswhoaJeab6HtttoIJ91iJ the Hibernian ranks You are the better halves of society and Hibernians know it because they take you in with open arms Incidentally let me remark Ire land was always noted for its national gentleness toward the fair sex A bus band in Ireland dare not tell lies on his Wife nor leave a mark on her with his fist and the noxious weed of divorce does not thrive ou Irish soil My Hiber nian friends your respect for the laugh ters of Erin Is inherited from your fore fathers Of course women sometimes are like thermometers whose quicksilver iis affected by the rise or fall of the temper ature of the weather Still woman has fine qualities delicate perception love of religion tender charity a taste fot real w ness and are bent on economy as a rule He made a feeling reference to our Right Reverend Bishop McCloskey and ex pressed the wish that the ladles auxiliary would grow and flourish and that it members would be happy Father Williams address throughout was sprinkl with humorous parentheses enhanced by excellent sympathy After the applause following Father Gausephols address had died away Miss Julia Kelly sang My Little Colleen i her inimitable manner Miss Mamie Keenan was the accompanist Miss Kelly had to respond to an encore State President Keenan introducedI y Frank Cunningham now of St Louis I formerly a popular Hibernian of this city He told of the good work Mr Cunningham was doing for the order In the Mound City and expressed the wish thatt Louisville would send a big and repre sentative delegation to the national con ventlon In St Louis next year Mr 1Keenan said further that he hoped thatt Mr Cunningham would be made Chair man of the Entertainment Committee by the St Louis Hibernians on the occasion of the national convention Mr Cunningham stated that he only wished the kind words expressed by Mr Keenan were merited He was always pleased to be with his friends In Kentucky Ted large gathering present he said augured well for the future of the organization The speaker said that until1i about two years ago St Louis had flourishing ladles auxiliary Suddenly they all married members of the orde- and their cares Increased so that they ba to drop the ladles auxiliary This littl statement brought forth a general laugh Mr Cunningham said he hoped for a healthy and successful organization of the ladies of Louisville and complimented the order in this city for their spirit and enterprise Mr Cunninghams remarks were liberally applauded Dave Rellly of Division 4 sang one of his sidesplitting songs The Irish Jubii lee Newton G Rogers another Hiber nian who never shirked a duly was Introduced and stated that he considered the establishment of the ladles auxiliary the most Important movement unde- taken by the Hibernians in recent yearsI This order he said was the largest Cath olic and the largest national order in the world But Jie added the Hibernians needed the help of the lladies In oMat After the delicate wise and urodnildad r J disbursement of charity He spoke of the absolute necessity for an auxiliary and said that Hibernianism makes member better men better husbands and better citizens Miss Mamie Keenan fol lowed with a piano solo which was heartily encored County President Patrick T Sullivan declined to make a speech but said he hoped the Hibernians had enough refreshments on hand to feed the multitude otheromembers of the order while refreshments were being dispensed State Treasurer Butler and Messrs Put Welslf Jerry Corcoran Martin Sheehey Ed Mackey and Will McCue were in charge of the refreshments which were liberally dis pensed While the assemblage was enjoying the good things set before them Michael Keaney sang in Irish a song in goodstyle Miss Bridget Cahill sang a solo in Irish Thomas P Walsh upon seeDfact that after such an excellent literary treat that they were now being tendered recitedtwith a poem and kept all present laughing 1his anecdotes Miss Julia Kelly rendered a pretty piano solo and then exState President Martin Cusick said he would be glad to see the name of every lady present on the charter roll of the auxiliary Mr Cusick also spoke of the three cardinal virtues of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Brief addresses SecretarygColeman ClayrFifty ladies signed their names as charter members of the auxiliary The assemblage adjourned to meet one week from tomorrow night COSTLY PRIZES Will Be Given Away at the Picnic For St Pauls Church The annual picnic and outing for the benefit of SC Pauls church will be held at Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesday The committee in charge Is sparing no expense tojnake the picnic a success There will be no dancing but a good union band will be in attendance and refreshments will be served during the day and even ing until the close of the picnic The admission price will be twentyfive cents but children fourteen years old and under will be admitted free Each ticketholder will be entitled to a chance on s Kflf5sbluLca1JlriPt nd- pianojibtvoeimbitfth kiMiTtcneRr Rlehms window 028 Fourth avenue forty yards of crimson velvet carpet shown in the store pf J Dacon8Sons and a ladys gold watch and ch sits AuyI or alt of the above articles can be drawn by holders of tickets regardless ot whether they attend the picnic Another feature is thnt each boy under sixteen years taking dinner at the picnic 11 will have a chance to win a goldwatch and each girl will have a chance to win a handsome gold ring Everybody who buys a plate of ice cream will have aI chance to win a valuable bicycle During the afternoon and evening euchre will be features of interest MrsI Joseph Brumleve will be in charge of the euchre and costly prizes will be given the winners Rev Father York desires all coupons and money turned In to him not later than tomorrow Tickets will be sold at allsday edSAFE AT HOME Mr and Mrs Michael Relchort Northn western States IMr and Mrs Michael Reichert have returned home after a pleasant trip through the great Northwestern States However their pleasure trip was not un alloyed with grief as during their visit Mr Relcherts brotherinlaw William Korrer died at Fond du Lac Wls Mr and Mrs Reichert went North to visit Mr Korrer who was in poor health He appeared to revive after they reached Fond du Lac and many excursions were planned in honor of the Kentucky vis itors On one of these excursions word was brought that Mr Korrer was dying rand his relatives arrived in time to bid hint a last farewell on earth Mr Reichert is greatly impressed with the Northwestern country He has brought louts with him his brother Ignatzlus Reichert and his niece Miss Regina Reichert of Long Prairie Mina 1Mr Reichert and his daughter will reo main in Louisville several weeks Ignatz- r Reichert is a retired hotel keeper and is 1as popular in Minnesota as his brother Reginaemany tentions during her visit to Kentucky CATHOLIC CLUB CELEBRATES The Catholic Club held a social sessions the Jockey Club Park last Tuesday- night Among those present were th Rev Thomas White D X Murphy All Barrett Miss Virginia Barrett Miss Norm Murphy Joseph McWilliams Miss Anna McGllI Miss Mamie McGill Mr and Mrs Daniel Murphy Mlsa Anna Mc Williams Mr and Mrs Matt Winn Mr MrsrMike Duffy R G Shaaley Dubs MrsIC J OBrien Mr Mrs Matt ODo herty Mr and Mrs J J Caffrey Dr J W Fowler Miss Brownfiekl Mr awll tin Frank Meiine Mr and Mrs J B OfaHgscWager J INTERIOR VIEW OP STGEORGES CHURCH I fl PRIZE OFFER The Kentucky Irish American Wants to Bo Good to Patrons Four Popular People Will 130 Sent to tho Worlds Fair Greatest Tender Ever Made byi i Any Paper in tho Country Z f BTrJO F i D T Y RTQ The Kentucky Irish American has decided to make its friends and patrons a generous offer in fact the most generous offer made by any paper in the United States to wit A trip to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition with railroad transportation and hotel bills paid for one week It proposes to give the most popu lar man and wife the most popular single mad and most popular young lady the advantage of this offer Thus four people will be benefited by the generosity of the Kentucky Irish American Ballots will appear in the paper each week front now until July 1 1004 thus allowing the contest to run a period of fifty weeks You can vote either for a man and his wife or else for the single man or single woman but not for two persons unless they be man and wife Regular sub scribers will have the same advantage as new subscribers as each one will be en titled to a vote each week New sub scribers will be allowed fifty votes on the payment of 1 besides this they will get the paper for a year with a ballot each week thus insuring them 100 votes Subscribers who are in arrears for one year or more can take advantage of this offer by paying up and for a year in ad vance With each 1 paid they also may cast fiftyotes Now do you know what this offer means A weeks trip to the greatest worlds fair ever held The grounds on which the Exposition is to be held are eight miles long and four miles wide Every State in the Union will be repre sented by at least one distinctive building and every civilized country on the face of the globe will have its own build lug in addition to the edifices devoted to science the fine arts manufactures electricity etc Then St Louis will be the greatest convention city next year The Ancient Order of Hibernians and various other large organizations will hold their national conventions in the Mound Ctty The Lindell Hotel has been selectedas the hostelry at which the guests of the Kentucky Irish American are to be enter tamed The Lindell has a reputation second to none in the United States It was built by an Irishman and is now owned and managed by one of the wealthiest and most progressive Irish Americans In the country It is a hotel of the first class td its service Is of the highest order v There are positively no slings on this offer The hotel bills will be paid a peoplettncesingle gentleman The railroad transpor tation will be ready when this contest closes Now if you feel that you arc popular rally your friends round you and ask their support Creed and nationality are not to be taken into consideration There is no reason why anyone should hesitate to take advantage of the offer Let it be further understood that no person or persons connected directly or iIndirectly with the Kentucky Irish Amer f can will be permitted to enter this con teet Thejjudges who will count the hale I 0 u lots and award the priz ssfoill be selected fro ut Ihe best peoplei1A Louisville men whose integrity canl not be questioned Remember you castjifty1 votes for each dollar paid in P ORPHANS F STIVAL TO ji r Arranged For the phony Friends of St JOseph Asylum Society The festival for the children of St Josephs Orphan Asylum will be held on the asylum groundsrCTescent Bill next Wednesday The obj it Is twOfoldto give the orphans acaypf recreation and pleasure and toBhovv tjie general public the progress the children nre making under the kindly care of tie good Sisters Incidentally fIs hi thnt the festival will help increase c s einbersbp of the I asylum societl i TiAa ocrin ucui ai i the morning and the orphans have arranged to do their part in entertaining their guests The Concordia Singing Society will be present during the day and evening send will sing several popular numbers Moreover Professor Eich horns concert band with twenty men will be in attendance all day and in the evening A feature of the festival will be the Dr Lammers Carnival Corn pany Among those who will appear in the carnival are Mrs George Krippen stapel Miss Ada Cunningham Wempe children Messrs Ben Speaker Michael Reichert Jake Graft Jake Ulmer Joe Crush in a club swinging act Peter Schreck Andy Jones Sam Merrifield John Geisner Clem Booker Syl Grove and others The admission will be only twentyfive cents but children will be admitted free Refreshments will be served on the grounds while street cars will pass the gate every few minutes Agood oldfashioned German dinner and supper will be served by the lady friends of the St Josephs Orphan Sod ety Special care will be taken to serve supper for all present no matter how large the crowd There will be candies and toys for the children and all who attend are assured a good time Ben Schieman will run the wheel of good luck and Joe Steurle will run the wheel of fortune A tin type photograph gallery will be another novel feature It will be in charge of George Bohr and his committee Great interest is being taken in this forthcoming festival by German Irish and American Catholics who desire to assist an institution that is doing so much for Gods little ones The grounds are located in one of the most beautiful spots around Louisville Stately oaks beeches and widespreadlng maples lend their kindly shade toward making the lawn a pleasant and attrac five resting place CONDITION CRITICAL A telegram to the Kentucky Irish American from Georgetown states that Sister Mary Angela Mother Superior of the Convent of the Visitation is danger ously ill at Cardome and on Thursday small hope for her recovery was entertained Sister Angelas legion of friends throughout Kentucky will receive this intelligence with deep feelings of regret and genuine sorrow To her more than anyone else perhaps is due the phenomenal growth and success of Cardome Convent of the Visitation which is now foremost among the educational institu Lions for young girls in the South The convent can ill afford to lose its saintl tropehgreat work to which she has devoted her fife PHINNEYS BAND COMING Phinneys Baud of St Louis willl open a weeks engage ent at the Jockey Club Park tomorrow Ight This park continues to be an attn tire retort during the hot evenings and I ie management I doingall In its pow to please its pa trolls One can not fnd a pleasant r place to pendneJ ti 0 n TT DISCUSSION Of Weber Claim Was Quito Lengthy in the Central Committee R The Protest Against Payment Proyed Unpopular and Was Withdrawn Confidence in Supremo Officers Expressed by members of tho Committee 4 IUYITO J3 ijJi 1SURE- The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held its regular monthly meeting at St Marys Hall on Friday night of last week Considering the exceedingly hot weather a good at tendance of delegates was on hand Patrick Holley presided in the absence of President Michael Reichert Secretary Martin called the roll and read the min utes of the previous meeting which were approved The Entertainment Committee of which Joseph P McGinn is Chair man was ordered continued John J Score reported progress on the new directory of membership Newton G Rogers made a report on the recent social meeting held in Jeffersonville where i has been determined to hold an open meeting on the third Wednesday of each month Patrick Holley reported that the recent street parade was a success and hoped all Louisville Knights would live to take part in it next year During the evening it was announced that a meeting would be held Friday night at the law office of Newton Rogers to receive additional reports for the new directory It was also suggested that the gentlemen present that night consider the advisability of arranging for an entertainment for members and friends of the order some time during the next few months Supreme Trustee McGinns statement of the financial condition of the Catholic Knights was particularly gratifying The new supreme council has now got down to work and indlcatlon point to increased membership everywhere W C Smith exSupreme Trustee in troduced a protest from Branch 4 against the payment of the Weber claim Weber it is alleged disappeared from his honu in Covington Ky about one year ago He is believed to be dead and on that supposition It had been determined to pay the claim of 2000 on his life Mr Smith announced that he was a free lane now but that he expected to be at tbt next State and national conventions Hi also asked the Central Committee to sus taro Branch 4s resolution of protest Mr Smith further stated that an injunction would be taken out to prevent the pay ment of the Weber claim and action would be instituted against the bonds ofr the supreme officers Mr Smiths remarks caused consider able surprise and an Interesting discus sion ensued speaker following speakerr for tally an hour and a half Secretary Martin moved that the mat branchYfor consideration and that the Cen tral Committee act upon their recommendation This was opposed by Mr Smith who then desired to withdraw his resolution of protest Newton G Rogers offered wise counsel on the subject and advised the committee to go slow and be sure they were right He said he had every confidence In the supreme officers and warned against the expense of a laws suit He urged all to carefully consider the effect of their votes Patrick Holle likewise expressed confidence in the su pitine officers and upheld the vote foi the Weber claim of 2000 Mr Smith was granted permission to withdraw his resolution and the claim will be paid with the understanding tbata 4000 indemnifying bond be given The meet lug adjourned for one month BELOVED PRIEST Who Died In Ireland Recently Was a Friend of the Pooplo The Rev Father Timothy M OCallag han curate of Rathcormac one of the most popular priests in Ireland died recently at Ballycotton Father OCallag han was one of a family which had given many members to the church For a number of years he was on the Austra lian mission where he acted as secretary to the present Archbishop Murphy of Tasmania On his return to Ireland he became associated with the diocese of Cloyne and was given a curacy at Mallow Subsequently he was transferred to Done mile and thence to Rnthcortnac He was held in high esteem by all the people Father OCallaghan was an intense Nationalist and at all conventions in Dublin was unanimously elected Secre tary He was a warm friend of the Irish members of Parliament who sent cable grams of sympathy when they heard of his death The deceased was fortyfour years old He frequently acted as arbi trator between tenant and landlord The Most Rev Dr Browne Bishop of Cloyne officiated at tIe solemn mass of requiem at Rathcormac More than a hundred clergymen were present and the church was too small to hold the laymen who assembled to pay their last tribute to the dead soggarth aroo- nFRANKFORT Interesting News Items From the City Among tho Hills Lambert Young Council Y M I will give its annual picnic about the middle of August and arrangements are now being made to open Cove Spring Park with this event as soon as the new street car system becomes operative The newly organized military company composed of the representative young men of the Capital City will be officered by lhe following well known gentlemen Will A Lutkemeler Captain Mervin iParreitl Lrirstthi4uEena txCoonrbar t SecondLieutennnf fltey expect in w the course ofa few months to become the crack company of the State Guard Mr V L Loughlin and bride returned last Saturday from their honey moon trip and will shortly go to housekeeping in a cozy little Cottage on the South Side Both are exceedingly popular in Catholic and society circles and their hosts of friends in Frankfort and vicinity extend best wishes for a long and prosperous life ofwedded bliss A large number of local Elks and citi zens will attend the fair at Georgetown next Thursday A pleasant time is anticipated by those who will go Last week a high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev Father Major pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd for forttwentyfive years rector of the Catholic church at Frankfort The mass was cel ebratedat the request of Lambert Young Council and was attended by the members in a body FOUR SCORE Birthdays Have Been Celebrated by Patrick Ban nnon Sr Patrick Bannon Sr one of Louisvilles I oldest and best known IrishAmerican citizen celebrated his eightieth birthday last Sunday In addition to his children twenty of his grandchildren were present to wish Mr Bannon many happy returns of the day On Tuesday he left for twoI weeks rest at West Baden Springs He was accompanied by Col John McAteer Charles Stlglitz and A E Lovely Mr Banuon has been in business iIn Louisville for more than half a century and has at all times enjoyed the confidence of the best people At the present time he is at the head of three large man ufacturing concerns and although he has roundedout eighty years his mental1 faculties are unimpaired May he livelong and prosper NOT CAPT MINTON Capt Patrick Minton of the No 8 Engine Company WAS done an Injustice by the daily papers in being mentioned as one of the late William Herrmanns companions at the fishing camp lost week Capt Minton was on duty at the No 8 Engine Company when the unfor tunate accident occurred THE FRENCH CELEBRATE I Our local French brethren members of Le Cercle de Union Francaise heldI their annual dinner in celebration of the tall of the Bastilc at Fountain Ferry Park Tuesday night The Hon Michael Herrmann French Consul at Louisville presided Eugene E Polcey the consul at Cincinnati was the guest of honor and delivered an address Joseph and Rudolp Herrmann twin sons of President Michael Herrmann sang Th- Y e entjolnedInsurly spent REMARKABLE Vitality Shown by the Venerable Head of the Catholic Church Pope too Successfully Withstood Ravages of Plcuro Pneumonia Ills Presence of Miml Has Never Forsaken Him at Any- Time ETERNITY DAWNS FOR HIS IIOLINESS His Holiness Pope Leo XIII when this article was written on Thursday afternoon still lingers between life and death For two weeks he has suffered from a severe attack of pleurapneumonia a disease often fatal to young and strong men and women Here is a man past his ninetythird year who has withstood it for a period of fourteen days His re markable vitality and will power are confounding scientists not only In Rome but all over the civilized globe Truly he is the greatest man of the age Thrice he has been operated upon and relieved of the water that had gathered on his lungs After each operation the vener able patient has rallied perceptibly and yet his physicians say there Is no hope Each day brought new bulletins front physiciansDay tion was announced but the following day found him still alive Contrary to the will of his physicians he has received Cardinals and Ministers of State When all hope had left he arose and dressed himself with scarcely any assistance and today Thursday he received holy com munion during the celebration of the mass in honor of the Madonna of the Carmelites Mass was celebrated in the little chapel opening into Pope Leos room Ills physician Dr Lappoui his faithful servant Pio Centra and a half dozen of the domestic servants of the Vatican attended the mass On Monday he was believed to be dying The following day he announced to those around his bedside that he die ltoetre ecl40diebe 1 weanesdaythe rail announced treat la days Now late on Thurs alive and is still the visible heaTS Catholic church- Throughout his illness press and pith pit have had only good to say of Leo XIII The daily papers have teemed with news of Pope Leo and the Vatican Besides the secular press have had various editorials commending him for his scholarly manner his pious life and his love of education and practical reform Ministers oU every denomination have not hesitated to hold him up as a model gentleman illustrious scholar able dip lomat and faithful follower of Christ As the Cincinnati Commercial Tribuue saysHe has been classed with Bismarck and with Gladstone but he is greater than either for he rules with a moral and not with the physical force that comes from great armies or navies His is not a kingdom of the world He rebuked the strong and the arrogant when strength and arrogance sought to work Injustice be stood for law for order and for constituted authority and was uncom promising with wrong Whosoever may succeed him will be Bishop and Pope of Rome and will have and receive the spiritual homage and obedience of his church lIe will be the successor of Leo and will sit in the chair of Peterbut he will not be Leo for the world is not given many of the type of Leo needing the type but possibly not deserving it Pope Leo could truly say with St Paul For I am now ready to be offered and the time of my departure is at hand ai T have fought a good fight I have finished the course I have kept faith Leo XIII has ruled wisely and well during the last twentyfive years He was not only the greatest man of the nineteenth century but it is hardly possible that the twentieth century will see his equal He is dying as he lived a friend of all the people recognizing neither race nor position in life To him we are all Gods sheep and he Leo the chief shepherd Like his Master he leaves the ninety and nine safe in the fold to rescue the one who has gone astray Pray that he may live some time yet to be an inspiration and a guid ing light to his people- In the American Protestant churches in Rome last Sunday prayers were offered up for the Holy Fathers recovery His Holiness Pope Leo XIII is still alive at this writing Friday morning though the dispatches say his condition is less satisfactory than at anytime since he fell ill on July 3 His mind continues clear and he continues by word and deed to show his love for his people Thurs day night he rested well but he may die before another sun sets BO serious is his condition LAWNbThe CllftoCrescent Club witalawn fete on the Rev FatbV1 3 lawn at Clifton next Tuesdt Innocent games a enable yo The adnJ KENTUOKY IRISH AMItIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN 111IIIIIIIpIIIIN1111 Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Butorod at the Louisville Postolflco as SecondClass Matter Addteta all Commnnlcatlonstolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AA1ERICAN326 West Green Street UNION TRADES LABEL COUNCIL IS LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 18 1903 WELL DONE LoinsvittB KY July 11 1903A11II Foremen All employes wbo lost time onI Friday July 10 by reason of the shopsI Laving been closed will receive full pay for same Show tbem on your time booksI accordingly Yours truly C F Guts M M Which indicates that there are corporations with soulsof whichI the Louisville and Nashville Rail road Company is one In fact workingmen have rarely had occa sion to complain of the Louisville and Nashville and of recent years since the adoption of arbitration there has been no trouble nor cause for it The Louisville and Nash ville under its present management r is all right PEERS OF KINGS The recent visit of American naval officers to Germany and Eng land and President Loubet off France to England mark the breaking down of the oldtime monarchical exclusiveness These c representatives of republics none off them of noble birth were cordially received and feted not only formally as the representa tives of their goverments but socially by the sovereigns and nobility Indeed the German Emperor and English King were hos pitable to the fullest extent and their attaches to the verge of flat tery To the credit of the Ameri cans and the French President they conducted themselves with propriety graciously acknowledg jgn the courtesies and sentiments o- ed f but airtneFr Wre devoid of RTor toadyism in marked contrast with their entertainers The results of those visits will undoubtedly be to impress the crowned heads that men can be gentlemen regardlessaof the blood and that republics ruled by the people produce men- the peers of kings FRANCE STRIKES A SNAG The French Government in its crusade against the religious orders is running into complications tend ing to confusion and trouble Nuns for whom all taxes had been paid by people anxious for them to re main were ejected from their con vents because the records showed the property to be held in the name of the religious order An English lady not a Catholic owning a house in the vicinity tendered it to the nuns who have taken up their domicile there instead of leaving the country as expected The lady owns the property in her right and is a British subject In other cases Americans Ger mans Italians and other foreigners living in France and holding property by ownership or lease have given domicile to members of ostracised and ejected religious orders To attempt to oust or in any way interfere with these relig ious occupants of the foreigners property will mkke the issue inter national with the governments of the owners or lessees an issue on which the law treaties and prece dent are plain The French Min istry halt hesitate balked and puzzled What are they to do about it- Again l the property from which the religious orders were expelled is held by the Government It is the intention to confiscate and sell it But foreigners may buy it and reinstate the expelled religious orders as tenants under protection- of the government of the owner or ceholder fehts of foreign subjects- it is the k to see that they are This checked the seizure of church property by the Italian Government in Rome which had ordered the occupants of the American College to vacate Itf officials protested to the American Minister the American Govern merit protested to the Italian Gov ernmeut and pending negotia lions the American flag was raised lover the college and that ended it This right of a foreigner was the beginning of the end of the Kul turkampf in Germany though not so summarily All religious orders were ejected expelled their prop erty ordered sold A foreign noble man purchased a monastery and lands He formally and legally leased it to the order that had been ejected therefrom The German Government refused to permit the tofoccupy their leasehold The owner appealed to his government which took up the matter with the Ger man Government The right of the owner to put the property to any other use the validity of the lease were not questioned but the German Government insisted that the lesseesthe religious order being expelled from and forbidden to return to Germany for violation of German laws could not be per mitted to possess their leasehold After prolonged diplomatic nego tiations the German Government foreseeing it would have to yield amended the law so as to authorize the Government to suspend or modify judgments rendered under it The religious order as lessees were permitted under special im perial decree to return to Germany and reoccupy their monasterYand thus it went on with tits proscrip tions of the Kulturkampf still in force the law becoming practically a dead letter and eventually being repealed piecemeal until now Ger many instead of ejecting and ex pelling religious orders invites welcomes and offers to them domi cile and protection when driven from France Nations like individuals can do as they please even wrong so long as it concerns only themselves but nations like individuals must re spect the rights of others France may do as she pleases with French subjects and what belongs to them but she seems to have reached the point where like Germany she will be brought to realize that she must respect the rights of others not French subjects even in her territory and jurisdiction and what is more to protect not trench upon those rights It may safely be taken for granted that the French Government will not further molest the members of religious orders occupying the property of foreign owners and lessees and to that ex tent her proscriptive laws are a dead letter Will this prove the beginning of the end of proscrip tion in France as in Germany History is still a parrot repeating itself as it has ever done The respectable negroes of In dianapolis have taken the proper step fully recognizing that it is the shiftless and criminal element among them which incites the an tagonism of the whites They have organized the Negro Busi ness League with the purpose of suppressing the bad niggers They will keep tab on the colored drones and toughs warn tbem to mend their ways or leave the city Failing in this they are to be re ported to the authorities and prose cuted The respectable colored people everywhere should do like wise and there will soon be an end n to race prejudice for the worthless and insolent negroesare the cause While there are whites who dont like a nigger nohow and all bav their likes and dislikes the American people generally recognize the right of everyone to live in peat under full protection of the law Iif he behaves himself the negroe- not excepted The newsboys those busy littl merchants of the streets are the men who later in life generally tut out well The newsboys of the present day are the very corner stones of American business life Louisville newsboys are as live as energetic and as honest as can be found in any community Surely it must have been lack of foresighttt that prompted a great metropolitan newspaper to import other news boys from the Windy City That was a brave girl in Westt Virginia who in the absence of her father the jailer leveled a repeat ing rifle out of a secondstory win dow and warned a mob to git Though all the men were armed they heeded the girls advice Col Morris B Belknap has beenI nominated for Governor of Kentucky by the Republicans Hi nomination pleases the Democrats immensely EVEN BREAK Kolly and Boslor Each Se cured Forty New Members For Trinity The contest between the rival factionsI in Trinity Council Young Mens Insti tute as to which side would secure the greatest increase in membership closedI Monday evening Of course the rivalry was friendly and the quest for new mem bers was conducted in a friendly manner James B Kelly was captain of one side and Ed Bosler captain of the other Each side has secured the initiation of forty new members As the primary objectl was to increase the membership of Trin ity Council both sides are well pleased Before long two other teams will be selected to emulate the work of Messrs Kelly and Bosler Trinity Council now has more than 30Q members and is stillII I growing RS DEC rUNZ10 DEAD 7 I Mrs Denunzio widow of Joseph De nunzio died at her home 1217 FourthI avenue yesterday morning She hadI been ill of dropsy for several months andi her death was not unexpected Mrs Denunzio was forty years old and leaves one daughter Mrs Dr George C Leach man Mrs Denunzio was one of the wealthiest and at the same time mostl charitable Italian ladies in the city She was a devout member of St Louis Ber trand church The orphans were par ticular proteges of hers and at the big bazaar held here several years ago Mrs Denunzio spent her time and moue liberally for the motherless and father less little ones She also gave a lot iin St Louis cemetery adjoining her own to the Italian Brotherhood as a last resting place for its members PICNIC FOR ST ANTHONYS The picnic for the benefit of St An thonys church Twentythird and Marke- streets t will be given at Riverview Par on Wednesday August 10 Euchre iin the afternoon and evening will be featuresI of the picnic A good dinner and supper will be served by the ladies of St An thonys congregation Refreshments wIll also be served at reasonable prices The admission will be ten cents The people of this congregation alwaysdo thing properly and all who attend are assured a pleasant day A WORTHY PROJECT The Sisters of Mercy now conducting the Mercy Hospital in Jeflersouville have under consideration a project to erect another hospital at Columbus Ind P H McCormick is ready to donate 2000 for the purpose if the citizens of Columbus contribute 5000 more to pur chose the building occupied by the Banker Surgical Institue In case the funds are raised the Sisters of Mercy will expend 3000 in improving the building FRANK BURKES RISE Frank Burke a popular member of Mackin Council Y M I has accepted a position as city drummer for a bigI tobacco firm in Chicago Mr Burke is bright capable and energetic While hisii friends bate to see him leave the oily they are proud to learn that be is steadily climbing the ladder of success He basI been for several years past connected With H N Martin Co local tobacco manufacturers ABANDONED The St Louis Charity Club which intended to give a picnic at Phoenix lUllI Park on July 22 after a conference with J the ladies auxiliary has now decided to abandon the picnic In its stead the club will give a lawn fete on Wednesday August 5 TAKES A REST The Rev Father Leonard Reich pastor of St Anthonys church Jeffersonville 1 has gone to French Lick io spend several days o r rS8GIETV 4eMiss Frankie Martin is visiting bir I Nancy Overton at Bloomfield eMrs Charles Crush has gone with a party to Grayson Springs Sfills Nell Glynh is visiting at CotesI burg the guest of Mrs John Clark eMiss Lizzie Martin who is visiting at Memphis will return to Louisville about July 20 nJames Reagan his wife and mother are spending two weeks at French Lick Springs Misses Lillie and Margaret McAuliffe of Jeffersonville are visiting friends Iin Frankfort t WMrs Will Kremer has returned to Chicago after a pleasant visit to relatives in this city Misses May and Camille Semonin are spending a few weeks with friends Jeffersontown tMiss Annie McGill will sail for Europe on July 30 She will spend six weeks on the Continent Miss Lillian Kaltenbacher of Shelby vine is visiting her cousin Miss Emler on Preston street Mrs Edward J McDermott and chit dren have gone to Wequetonsing to spend the summer Miss Anna Cavanaugh who has been ill at her home 2516 West Market streets has entirely recovered Mrs Amanda Kaye is spending th summer with her daughter Mrs J B Blanton at New haven t Miss Ella Kavonaugh of East Broad way is visiting her sister Mrs Michael1 J Tracey in New York i S O Hubbuch Jr left Saturday fo Birmingham Ala where he will be the guest of Mrs Leon Huesman Mr and Mrs George Schneider hav returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Chicago Miss Beezie Hannon will leave today to spend several weeks in Paris Cologne Germany and other European cities Charles McCarty the popular Deputy Jailer left Thursday to spend a weeks vacation with friends at Springfield Ky Miss Nellie Beatrice Fitzgibbon of Shelby ville is the guest of her aunt Mrs Thomas P Dignan 1125 Seventh street Miss Kate Moran arrived home Sun day from a weeks stay with relatives andI friends at Indianapolis and Martinsville Mrs John Sullivan and children o Parkland n 1Irs Sullivan brother Mr C Dooley at Brandenburg Miss Mary McGuire of Columbus 0 is visiting her aunt Mrs Henry Haller of New Albany and other relatives in the Falls Cities Misses Maggie and Annie ONeil will1 leave this afternoon to spend a few weeks with their sister Mrs Edward Cowan at Dayton O t Mr and Mrs rack Kehoe of Comm bus Ind have jeturnedhome after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Icflersouville childrenYI have gone to Mupfordville Hart county Ky for the summer Mr Martin iis keeping bachelors hall Miss Babe Hutti the charming daughter of Phil Hutti hasjreturued from a pleasant visit to Chicago where she was the guest of Miss Rose Dunning tFitzgerald J Downey and Miss Annie of Danville returned home Tuesday after a pleasant visit to Misses Mamie and Margaret Cunningham of this city Misses Margaret Flaherty and Elizabeth Greenough will leave for New York o Monday A few days later they will sail for Europe and will be gone several months Patrolman JohnP Carney has returned from his ten days vacation which he spent visiting friends in Cincinnati Co lumbus Dayton cenia and other in Ohio 4 Miss Ida Fileyof New Albany after a weeks illness has recovered sufficiently to resume her position at Straus Sons Her many friends are glad to hear of her recovery Misses Annie Moran and Mamie Held of West Zane street visited friends att Indianapolis last week and at Martins ville this week They are expected home today 1 rThoma ODouhell of Colnmbus Ohio has returned home after a pleasant visit to his sister Mrs Catharine Bradley Mrs John J Barrett and other relative- in LouisvilleMrs G ORourke daughter Blanche and son Raymond of 1402 Garvin Place left Thursday to spend the summer with relatives at EHzabethtowu and Hodgenville Dr Louis Moir who graduated with high honors from the Kentucky School of Medicine left Wednesday morning spend n months vacation with his jdcle James Moir at SU Marys Carrad Mrs Charles Gravisa atici Mrs George Gross two estimable ladies left Thursday to spend several weeks with relatives at Lanesville Ind Before they return they will spend anew days at French Lick James P Glenn bas returned to his home at Eighth amd Kentucky streets after a pleasant sojourn at Martinsville lad His fri 0 will be glad to know x J c that be is rapidly recovering health and strength Misses Maymc Keenan Julia Kelly and Viola Keal left Friday for a visit of two or three weeks at White Mills a Genitalsrailroad Miss Marie Maloney and Master Clar ence Maloney children of Mr and Mrs Jobn J Maloney of 328 West Breckin ridge street are spending their vacation with friends and relatives at Lebanon and Springfield Miss Ada Walsh left Thursday for Rochester N Y where she will spend several weeks with friends Before returning she will visit in Philadelphia and Reading Pa She is not expected to return home before September 1 Web Spalding has returned to Louis vine after a pleasant visit to his parents at Howardstown Nelson county He brought with him his sister Miss Amy Spalding who is visiting her brothers Messrs Howard and Arthur Spalding Mr and Mrs F Ben Horstman and etMr and Mrs Louis Hugelmeyer have returned after a twelve weeks trip to Europe They enjoyed pleasant ocean voyages and a general good time both ingoing to and returning from the old world Tames Keane a popular employe of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company is off on a two weeks leave of absence His friends say he is matrimonially in dined and is making arrangements dur ing his present vacation for taking unto himself a bride Charles R Bent and Miss Sallle Duni gall were married at St Charles Bor romeos church at 8 oclock Tuesday olficie ated Mr Bent is an employe of the CourierJournal Isis bride is a sister of Stephen Dunigan and a charming young lady The Ladies Sewing Circle of St Ed wards Hospital New Albany will giver an entertainment for the benefit of that institution at Glenwood Park next Wednesday A fine supper will be served giveneother amusement features will de light patrons James A Tyrrell and Miss Mary E Kaelin were united in the holy bonds of matrimonyat St Patricks church on Thursday of last week The Very Rev Father Cronin officiated and was assisted by the Rev Father Patrick J Kelleher Both bride and groom are popular members of St Patricks congregation Arthur Bartliner and Miss Eleanor Receveur were united in marriage at the church of St MarysoftheKnobs in Lafayette township Ind by the Rev Pother Hillebrand Miss Clara Bartliner was bridesmaid aud Edward Receveur leftfthey make oUter Miss Cecilia Barrett niece of Joe Bar tell of the Louisville Herald and Miss Mamie Mclnerney niece of William Me Inerney Chairman of the Board of Public Works of South Bend Indare the guests of Mrs Joseph Barrett 2325 West Chestnut street These pretty and choral ing young ladies are graduates of the academy at Notre Dame conducted by the Sisters of Charity The Misses Mollie and Etta Hess gave a delightful house warming at their new home 317 Adams street July 3 4 and 5 Among their guests were Misses Evelyn Reilly May Monohan Mollie and Etta Hess Messrs Pierce Bareford Carl Hess Fred Woodman Harold Gathrigbt and Messrs and Mesdames Charles Hess Albert Raibert and Masters Clarence Hess aid Robert Raibert Miss Lee and Catherine McCloskey gave an enjoyable hayride Friday night in honor of Misses Catherine Lindsay and Elizabeth Clarke of St Louis Those present were Misses Bertha and Louise Rademaker Ida Blanche Pilson Sadie Doyle Virginia Barrett Marguerite Hoertz Wilheltnina Moller Marie Costi igan Messrs William Bollman Emmet TomnLeahy Robert Pilson George Breckle Walter Kreiger and Leo Dorn DEEP SYMPATHY Goes Out to Cof Sebastla- a Gunther In His Latest- Bereavement Once again the angel of death has in vaded the home of Col Sebastian Gun tber our esteemed Chief of Police Only a few months ago bis only daughter in the full bloom of young womanhood was carried off by typhoid fever On Wedues day Sf the present week Kmile Gunther eleven years old the youngest son was killed by a falling brio The little fel low and several companions were playing on Rowan street between Eleventh and Twelth all unconscious of danger when ofsa factory under construction and struck the child on the head The boys skull was crushed and despite all that medical science could do he died several hours later This is the sixth death in Col Gunthers family within a year Col Clinchers friends are legion and their sympathy is being extended to him anjfifs family in this latest affliction THOMAS KEENAN HONORED Thomas Keenan Sr attended the annual convention of the State Funeral Directors Association which met at Frankfort Tuesday Ha was called upon to respond to the address of welcome delivered by the Mayor and his remarks were received with applause Mr Kee nan was elected Second Vice President of the State Association and he and John Maas of Louisville and John Shanahan of SUelbyyillet were elected delegates to the next national convention 1Dy osesntseA Orplialls Festival 1 WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1903 Beginning at 9 a m on the grounds of the ST JOSEPHS ORPHANS HOME CRESCENT HILL c 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 a 25 CentsChildren under 12 years accompanied b parents free JArWA Jtttt+ jtttt + tttttttttttttft EAT A BRICK OF Guscadens Ice Cream T T T T XT t t t t + ++t +t + +t ++41tFt ++F11 +1++++4t t N+t +tt P tloIH+HI+HIHI+I+HIHII+HHIIIHIIHHHIH+HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND lf ETTl7 IHi 1 1FUNERAL DIRECTOR EAST MAIN STREET II8S8assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT HIIHIi I+HHloHII I HIII IIuI 1ih3t IJ I+IHHIIi I HH+IHI I +i LDBAXFuneral Director and Embalmer rErEPIIONE sssoo rrlageSrFowli OcmIOlIs1 IRISH S SOCIETYD1RECTORA RYr DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Dolan 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 ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Mouth CavanaughVice QuinnRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twfintythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets the Second and Fouth1 Wednes rtday Evenings of Each Mouth HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn tlon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidntFrank LynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial Secretary Thomas OHern Y OVT X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond HigginsRecordingCorresponding SecretaryFrank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaugbnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside Sentinel Pat Conn- ollyBOOKKEEPING I BgltBal rerptrtlMtrMtlea 18 lie Chitg for Bocis w L TBUHAS xxmr ACCOtmTAN117UoriIAnJ J Sweet milk makes cake that cuts like spongylightY u 7 iI3IIZD GiI2A1 TD Barbecue Picnic GIVEN BY m f f UNIONm ol At Phoenix Hill Park Sunday July 19 TICKETS 25 CTS Ladles Accompanied By Gentlemen Free ZXZfXfXZX COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS JacobPrankWm Kurz Geo Ph Conrad parkYOpen for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsOutings Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or societies should consult the man ctosiitgcontracts Y50c1Table D Note Dinner GREATEST EVER MUSIC AFTERNOON AND EVENING DV FIRST REGIMENTBAND ANDREW SEIBERT Director PARKs HAMMERS GARDEN n Coolest Place in the Cityii Cool Refreshments MORBAGHS OR8HETM Concerts Dally Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street J- tl 0 r R NrUOKY IRI8H AIi2ERIGAli um p RflNK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING 60 Brewers and Bottlersno- msvmnE KY DRINK- Hofbrau =Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREVVING COI ANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUXSVULE ICY JOHN F OBRTBLBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN M MULLOVf DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 214 W MAIZIiIaT ST Telepbone Main 1189 Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbre- llasHRYDLN MILESt Oysters Fish Game Poultry FRUITS IN SEASONH- ome Phone 6094 509 Fifth St Kentucky Market OO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIEStr BIG JUG AT DOOR j IP ixJNra913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Stati- onBROTHERSSTEWART 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERS BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention Illinois Central Railroa VERY LOW RATES TO o CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One 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 land in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pam Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or addreaa F W Harlow D P k LouUrille J Dont Forget The Great Round=Up Sale at- Levys Third aud- Mal1tet Clothing Furnishings Shoesand atCut CutPrices PIIIR M AANDRIOT SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST IVOXIOJ5 LOUISVILLE KY July 9 1903Pur suant to the consent in writing of the owners of a majority of the shares of stock of P M OReilly Co it has determined to close its business and wind up0I its affairs and notice is hereby given to all persons that the corporation is settling up its affairs and is closing up its bus ness as speedily as possible All peroonsI having any claims against the corporation are requested to present the same a the office of the company 228 Fifth i street Louisville Ky P M ORKIIAY Co By S C HHNNINP President EDITOR CRUMBAUQH CALLS Editor Crumbaugb of Ashland Ky who conducta the Crisis the only dally labor paper in the United States was welcome visitor at the office of the Ken tucky Irish American during the week LETTER CARRIERS PICNIC The letter carriers of Louisville will1 hold their annual picnic at Phoenix HillI Park Monday afternoon and evening Scallys Union Band will furnish the music for dancing The Louisville Mill tary Baud will give concert music in thin e the park Ladies accompanied by gentlemen will be admitted free There are few more faithful servants of the people than the letter carriers and Iit iis expected that their picnic will be a sues l GRAND PRIZE CONTEST Attention is called to the Grand Prize Offer made by the Kentucky Irish AmericanA Trip to the Worlds Fair at St Louis for Four People the most popular Man and Wife the most popular Single Lady and the most popular Single Gentleman with free transportation and hotel bills for one week This is the greatest offer ever made by any newspaper Get your friends to subscribe for the Kentucky Irish American and vote for you The form of ballot appears below ITEJtfdQftY III ISHI fJTERI flli- i WO Ltd S Ffllt fifllillOT 1 + + c + I VOTE FOR fif if + ADDRESS f+ + fSIGNED 4 f+ Saturday July 18 1903 BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS IRELAND Record of the Most important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Thomas Taylor of Pullerick fell from a cart and broke his neck The great annual fair will be held at Wexford on August 5 and C James Sullivan nine years old fell from a third story window in Dublin and met an instantaneous death In the city of Waterford opinion is dividedas to whether to present an address to King Edward in case he visits the city Two unknown men fired upon Timothy Barron a shopkeeper at Ennis while he was en route to visit a farm at Drumcliffe a few miles away Barron was not injured The Killarney leis held under the auspices of the Killarney branch of the Gaelic League proved a great success The Gaelic sports was a particular feature of the feis- Tltoutas Twomey of Cork died sud denly and unexpectedly at the North Hospital He was being treated there for a broken kneecap Affection of the heart caused his death John McCarthy of Dungarvan tad Capt Villiers Stuart of Dromana are opposing candidates to succeed the late John Morrissey of Cappagb as County Councillor of Waterford His Grace Archbishop Walsh of Dub lin recently ordained sld young priests Of these one goes to England two to America and the remainder will perform sacerdotal duties in Ireland Lauce Corporal Lovelace of the mill tary foot police was found dead in his bed at Cork barracks A discharged rifle was found by his side A bullet had been fired through his mouth A verdict of suicide was rendered Joseph Gubbins awool merchant of Nenag died suddenly at his residence after returning from a drive He was a native of Limerick but removed to Ne uagh thirtyfive years ago He was well known and highly respected The Deputy Lieutenants and Magistrates of Kerry convened by Lord Ken mare Lieutenant of the county decided to arrange for the presentation of an ad dress to King Edward and Queen Alex andra on their approaching visit A solemn requiem mass was celebrated at the Convent of Mercy Kinsale for the repose of the soul of Mother Mary Evangelist Fallon Superioress of the convent The Most Rev Dr OCallag ban Bishop of Cork officiated at the massA monument to the memory of Father Michael Murphy has been unveiled at Arklow Father Murphy led the brave insurgents at the battle of Arklow on June fl 1798 Father P F Kavanagh S F unveiled the monument and de livered an eloquent address His Lordship the Most Rev Dr Shee had Bishop of Waterford presided at a meeting at which Richard J Friel was oftsovereigns as a reward for his services as Secretary of the Waterford branch of the National Sgciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children The Lord Mayor of Dublin has placed on paper for the consideration of the Aldermen a motion that no address which would be presented to his Majesty on be Lhalf of the people of Dublin can be taken as representing the feelings of the citizens which does not cet forth the inalienable right of the Irish people to national self government 1The body of Mrs Bridget Sullivan postmistress at Corofin was found in a confessional in the Cathedral at Ennis The womans throat was cut and an open bloodstained razor lay by her side It developed that she bad been temporarily insane and had left Corofin in the morn tug and went to Ennis where she pur chased the razor Mrs Sullivan was an- eatitnaiiiM yttu uriber unfortunate death iirj u A FEAST AND FROLIC At the Twentyfifth Anniversary of the Phil Hollcnboch Company The Phil Hollenbach Company at Sixth and Market streets celebrated its twentyfith year in business in a royal PHIL HOLLENBACH manner last Monday Thousands visited the place during the day and evening and after congratulating the members of the I CHARLES M MCDONALD firm on past successes wished them many years of future prosperity The visitors were escorted through the big establish LOUIS 1IQLLENBACH went and then conducted to the cool wine vaults where a luncheonJwas served J Phil Hollenbacb PrttUent and founder of the company waacbltt hoist He was assisted ia receiving by JRdward Oeater titter Vice Preaidprt o the lllpany t IJ Louis Hollenbach SecretaryTreasurer Charles McDonald the city drummer for the company and Jake Gross Joe Pirr man Jack Ropke and other popular entertainers Good music helped to make the occasion an enjoyable one The celebration of the guests continued until nearly midnight and all present were loud in the praise of the Phil Hol lenbach Company Phil Hollenbach one of our best known and most substantial German American citizens founded the Phil Hollenbach Company in 1878 It was then known as Hollenbach Bros In 1886 the firm dissolved though Phil Hollenbach continued to conduct the business Nace Vetter joined forces with him and the busiuws continued to flourish In 1888 Mr Vettei retired and Mr Hollenbach continued to 6aduct the business under the firm name of Phil Hollenbach Co In July 1902 the firm was incorporated with the following officers Phil Hollenbach President Edward Oesterrltter Vice President Louis J Hollenbach Secretaryand Treasurer and John Hattemer Superin tendent of the wine vaults This company is the largest importer of wines and liquors in Louisville if not the Southwest It brings over wines and liquors from every wine producing coun try in the old world It also has on hand at all times a large stock of the best Ohio and California wines and brandies and American champagnes Last year the Phil Hollenbach Com pany did an unprecedented business but this year the record has been broken although the year is scarcely half spent As an auxiliary to the wine business the Phil Hollenbach Company conducts the famous Glencoe distillery manufacturers of Fortuna and Pride of the West brands of good old Kentucky whisky HIBERNIANS Division 3 will meet Monday sight The fourth degree is to be conferred on several candidates Refreshments will be served All Hibernians are invited to attendJames Kenealey one of Division 4s most popular members who has suffered pastIsduties with the Louisville Nashville railroad next week ZOOK BRANCHES OUT Clarence H Zook n popular member of Mackin Council Y M I has associ ated himself with the Prudential Life Insurance Company as one of its local agents Mr Zook is popular in every part of the city and it is hoped his new venture will prove successful VENERABLE PRIEST DEAD The Rev Father J B H Seepe rector of St Marys church Madison Ind for ThursdayinFather Seepe was sixtynine years old He was one of the oldest prieats in Southern Indiana and was highly respected wherever he was known HOUSEHOLD HINTS Meats or soups should never be covered closely while they are hot To get a fine grained cake beat thor oughly after the flour is added All meats intended for soups should be put over the fire in cold water as the object is to extract the juice of the meat The juice ofn lemon taken in hot water on awakening in the morning is an excellent lemon corrective and is better than any antifat medicine invented Handles of ivory or pearl trimmed knives should never be wet The blades should be wiped with hot water and washed and the handles wiped with a dry clothIn making fruit cake add the fruit before putting in the flour as this will prevent it falling to the bottom of the cake Flouring the fruit is unnecessary unless the fruit ia damp When windows are hard to open try brushing over the inside of the frames with ordinary blackhead wbem Uwy will SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THIS e t IIKIIStlt utw T In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCMAnagerWt t Htt PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Homo TcleolioHO 384 248 West Jefferson St OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors STOfIc4tlog For Goodness SakeEat MothersBread BreadAnd AndDont Cook This HotWeather Save the blue labels and get fine china free Ask your gro cer or ring up Whitesides Bak ery JOHN DAVIN UPHOLSTERER 1113 West Market Street nOME PHONE 6360 Parlor suits lounges mattresses and all kinds of furniture varnished and recovered All work guaranteed first class Box mattresses made to order and repairedWINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W oIIJi3 J3 N ST WinesLiquorsCigarsBLNNTTS LX6flfiN GEN E Cor Preston and Jefferson be found to run without difficulty An other plan is to soap the sash cords When boiling old potatoes which are apt to go to a very dark color put a tablespoonful of milk into the water in which they are boiled and you willfind they will be beautifully white when coedTo clean water bottles and decanters cut the raw potatoes or the peels will do put into the bottle with a little soapy water and shake about till the bottle is clean Then rinse in clean water and drain dry SPECIAL EXCURSION- To Chicago and return via Big Four Route Saturday July 18 Only J6 leavingLoliiavl11e returningleavingJuly 90 Get tlcketsal d sleeping car- bertha at city ticket iIi Fourtb to Our Optical Department is firstclass Eyes tested free and satisfaction guar anteed HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON HOTIl Telephone 194- 8SMOKE and ENJOY COOIEY KENNEDY- SCIGrA They Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWc- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made 13O5 W Main Street LOW EXUURSOINIRATES i FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern Railway 15350 SAN FRANCISCO CAL and return Aug 4th to 13th inclusive account National Encampment G A R good returning October 15th 3005 DENVER PUEBLO COLO COLORADO SPRINGS and return op sale daily up to Sept 30th good return- Ing Oct 31st Jl1695 ASHEVILLE and HOT SPRINGS N C and return on sale daily long return limit low rates to other resorts in the beautiful Land of the Sky lugMonntafnCarolina Land of the Sky Booklet application 3965 Hot Springs and return 4965 5635EIy up to Sept 30th good returning Octobet 31stFor folders and complete information address C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville Ky G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louis Mo H B Spencer Genll Manager St Louis Mo BIG FOUR ROUTE 1 T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN I BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River OFFICENo SJ QAT1 8 KyWARREN AWlACmcnmATIO av and at depot S J Gates S Agent to R TUOii isiiEi ICp1 1991 91 49199199 9 119919919919l99l9999999919999l19919919919l19919919199 wMTHE PICNIC OF THE S E FOR BENEFIT OF =M I St Pauls Rt 6 6HuT6H II AT PHOENIX HILL PARKMw M-w= Tttesday July SI 1OOS =Mw wM = Dinner and Refreshments Served from 12 noon until close of Picnic All = kinds of amusements for both children and adults Union Music E Tickets 25c Children 12 Years IOc Under 8 Years Freer 3- E Tickets grant holders a chance on three articles vlz 1 Kingsbury 3Cabinet Grand Piano now on exhibition at Montenegro RIehnis win == dows 028 4th ave 2 Potty yards Crimson Velvet Carpet shown in M 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 = 7liililiiiiiiiiliiiiUliiiiliiiiiiiiitlliiiiiiiiiiiiii litiiiiiiiiiiiliiUUI GEHER SONII Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HKATI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second + + + + + + + + + + + + + + o + + + + pp+ + + + Q I WATHENS Ice Cream and Sherbets ++ f HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS + IU g PURITYQUALITYPRICEel K HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 f 629 EIGHTH STREET 1I- Ef = Louisville military Band PAUL M MUELLER SECRETARY j MUSIC FOR PARADES PICNICS AND DANCING1 tOR SECOND AND MAIN STS STflce Hours9 0111 to 5 p m Homo Telephone 1663 EEI 1 E1 E EEEI IEFlf4 E EE L fMiiifloon Monument Companyl1 AND BUILDERS OF DIIJBSIGNEItS ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I I ii- II j flonuments I IIArtisticWork Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy l WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET ii- DIftDftU ftDn EDDInDnunuDIJI ENDS SPENCER President Educates Young Peopleand Bzpert Accountant 9 For Business Good Employment and Success CALL on WRITE roB rua INFORUATIOH Union NiQmlBnk MAIN STREETS SIXTH AND LOUISYILLEKYBusiness College DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN DOOM s K6611a1- 1UNDERTAKERS II 1m II 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth IIO3VIE TEihIliPIO1 T 1240II All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night OarII riages Furnished for All Occasions D Dougherty Home Telephone 2916 iifiiL JOHN E FRANK r t WAITERSr rc Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY nn H n + + H + n + n t t tt H U It t H H t tit H tt tt t I FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES I ALoKOliDn 345 West Green Street J lUOXS OIGAJtIJ f+ tfrtHntftt + Hll +n nUHJtlnI1 r1- C7 IJ n NATIONALISTS Assembled at Dod ustowl1 to Honor Wolfe Tones Memory Stirring Address Delivered by lion John T Keating of Chicago Thousands Gathered at the Lit tie Churchyard In Historic Bodcnstown SOME REMARKS OF MRS ffiWHORTERI The lIon John T Keating of Chicago exNational President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was the orator ofM the day at the 140th anniversary celebration of the birth of Wolfe Tone Irish patriot and martyr held at Bodentown recently Thousands of people from alll parts of Ireland were present at the celebration of the memory of Wolfe Ton and the gallant men who fell with him iin 1798 Shortly after 3 oclock a procession was formed in the main street the place of honor at its head being given t the Charleville fife and drum band whit had come a very long distance Then came the Wolfe Tone Executive the Robert Emmet Centenary Committee Tullamore fife and drum band Major MacBride Club Gaelic athletic section Ballybrittas baud Old Guard Union Costume Association branch and Pores- era headed by their band Cuniann1 na Gnaedheal Gaelic section Gaelic branches trades bodies Young Ireland Society OS clubs etc The bands present included St James Barrack street fife and drum band Mouasterevan do Volunteer do Bray Euitnet brass ban Clara fife and drum band Foresters band etc The march to the churc yard took over an hour On reaching the stand which had been erected near the grave of Tone Mr OHanlon moved that Hon P J Devlin be elected Chairman The election was unanimous After a brief address Mr Devlin introduced the orator of the day Mr John T Keating The Hon J T Keating then cam forward to address the people and was received with long and sustained outbursts of cheering He said that the message of that meeting would be to the Irish people scattered all the vovld over a declaration that the Nationalists of Ireland were will ing to do and dare He was glad to be there to receive new life and energy on touching the soil of his native land but he was more glad still to be near the townland where was born his old friend and colleague John Devoy He was there that day to preach the doctrine they represented in a place where none but that doctrine could be preached They were Were that day not to interchange opinion on the domestic policy of Ireland but for the purpose of renewing their vows at a shrine that represented 1 everything that could be embodied in the principles of Irish nationality They were there at a time which was almost similar to the date made memorable by the circumstances that surrounded it the date on which Wolfe Tone was born Wolfe Tope took his part in regenerating Ireland at a crucial period when those who ought to have led had fled whet those who ought to have fought wer gone when the people of Ireland who remainedwere robbed and called poor were forbade to learn and called ignor ant but were still loyal to their God and1 loyal to their country He came from the class which while they dinott belong to the religion which was pro fessed by the majority of the people olfF the country nevertheless was a classi from which had been selected many oltr the great lleaders of the Irish people and1 whose selection had given a worldwide ei evidence of the broadminded and the religious liberty of the Irish people Tone was an orator Ireland has had to i many orators He was a man of action Ireland has had too few men of action He was one of those who was willing to try the logic of constitutional agitation bnt ic was one of those who did not desire to Ive by constitutional agitation He was loutst enough when he came to the con elusion that his efforts were a failure that his task of securing his ends by con stitutipnal means was futile and hopeless that the quicksands on which he wa standing threatened to engulf him an his hopeswhen he saw this he was honest enough to come before the people and to announce his decision That de cision was in sympathy with the ideas that permeated that vast meeting They showed Tones confession of faithwas a text To subvert the tyranny of our exe crable Government to break the connec lion with England the neverfalling source of our political evils to assert the independence of my countrythese were my objects To unite the whole people a11Illscommon name of Irishmen in place of the denominations of Protestant Catho lic Dissenterthese were my means The English connection is Irelands bane It is not the way England administers or tails to administer laws it is the fact thatI she has the power to make the laws of Ireland Do aa best they cangovern asI well as they cansuch are the racialI differences leaving aside national and historic antagonism that Englishmen can not so administer laws for Irelandas to make our people prosperous and happy I Those were the words of Tone and the message had as much point now as it hadI then Having sketched briefly and in aninteresting manner the life of Wolfe Tone the speaker went on to say that I the position was the same today as IE was in the time of Tone The Irish peo ple could bo longer look to Prance but hapeangon behalf of ibe people of Aatenctf Mad in the nam4of America 1 0 asked the people of Ireland to give evidence that the spirit of Tone was alive amongst them They in America had had men from Ireland visiting their shores they had had professional polli ticians going through America loudly proclaiming that the grave of Tone wa forgotten They were praying for the day when the aegis of America would be spread over Ireland when the flag that Irishmen had fought for and died for would be floating side by side with th banner of those representing the principles of the real and true Nationalists of Ireland Mr Keatings address was received with cheers Mrs William McWhorter State President of the Illinois Branch of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Ancientt Order Hibernians was introduced an expressed her pleasure at the gran demonstration She said she stood before them representing 50000 women of promoteIIrish race Mrs McWhorters address was frequently applauded The meeting concluded with votes of thanks to Mr Keating Mrs McWhorter and Chairman 1 Devlin HOLY COMMUNION Will Bo Received Tomorrow by St Vincent de Paul eSociety All the locali conferences of the St Vincent de Paull Society will receive Nerihs church Floyd at 730 oclock tomorrow morning Solemn high mass will be celebrated with the Rev Father Ackermau as celebrant Rev Father Bachmann will assist as deacon and one of the Franciscan priests Rigltit Bishop iin time he will occupy a place in the sanc tasty At least 400 men are expected t receive communion on this occasion Preparations have been mode to give them a light breakfast after ulnas The doingda among poor qi ni congreghencourage by their attendance tomorrow RECENT DEATHS Martha Connelly widow of Thomas Connelly an estimable lady of the East End died at her home 241 Campbell street Wednesday morning Her funeral thee Blessed Sacrament at 9 oclock yesterday morning and was largely attended Mrs Josephine Schoenbaechler wife of Louis Schoenbaechler died at the family residence 1629 Frankfort avenue on Monday The funeral took place from St Josephs church on Thursday morning Mrs Schoenbaechler was fortynine years old and was a well1 known and charitable lady- Tbebeartteltilgannpatlyofatangfriendj wept out to M1 and Mrs William P Bennett of 2llS1 Story avenue when iit became known tat their little daughterV Minnie eighteen months oW died Tues day night Theifather of the little one is a trusted employ of Vissman Co and a brother of Thomas Bennett at Preston and Jefferson streets The interment took place in Cave lull cemetery Thursday afternoon A good friendsari a splendid neighbor was lost to many when Henry E Nuxol1 died at his residence 1023 East Broad way last Saturday morning Mr Nuxol1 was sixtyfive years and ten months old- E He leaves a wife and the following children to mourn his loss William and JohnI Nuxol Miss Katie Nuxol and Mrs Mar tin F Doll The deceased was one of the best known GermanAmericano i I the East End For several years past he had suffered from heart disease and other ailments yet he always greeted everyone cheerfully and did all in his power toi alleviate the sufferings of his neighbor Mr Nuxol never spoke a harsh word 1against any one aud his family have th sympathy of the entire community iin their bereavement The funeral took place from St Martins church on Mon 01oF friends followed the remains to St Michaels cemetery j ST GEORtiES LAWN FETE A lawn fete and supper for the benefit Iof St Georges church Eighteenth and J Standard avenue will be given on th school grounds Eighteenth and Magnolia avenue on the evenings of Monday and J Tuesday July 20 and 21 The lawn fet I ind curred by the improvement of Eighteenth street The tickets are only ten cents and each ticket holder will be entitled to a plate of ice cream The Eighteenth street cars will carry patrons from all parts of the city to the entrance to the grounds Rev Father George Weiss has worked hard for St Georgescongrega Lion and its members desire to show slight appreciation of his efforts by mak lag the coming lawn fete a success POPE LEOS PORTRAIT One of the very best pictures of His Holiness Pope ieo XIII is on exhibi tion in the window of Hubbuch Brosestore on Market street between Fifth and Sixth This fine portrait is in white and gold and is a masterpiece of art The Messrs Hubbuch have only a limited supply of these portraits on hand and those who want them should call early BUTCHERS PiCNIC TOMORROW The third grand barbecue and picnic given by Butchers Union No 1 will a be held at Phoenix Hill Park tomorrow The Butchers 1aiolllsa flourishing organlzatiGnaBdifBmembers always strive to pteweV Tio barbecued meats furnished will jb a treat to all who attend at Read par great prize offer Now vote for your frieada Wrly and often Stand ing will beapgquitsgdllJIWAthlr 1 ri j i GREAT INTEREST Is Doing Taken Everywhere ins the Irish Field Day Games BalleTeam null Five Hundred Rooters Interesting Session of the County Board Perfects Pltinsd A DAY OF INNOCENT AMUSEMENT The County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a large and enthusias tic meeting Wednesday night County President Sullivan was in the chair and the roll call showed every division repre sen ted Thomas Dolan Chairman of the Com mittee on Games for the Irish field day reported that he had his work well in hand Among other things he announced that there would be a tug of war between teams from Divisions 3 and 4 A letter from a prominent St Louis Hibernian was read announcing that between 400 and 500 Hibernians and members of the Knights of Columbus would come to Louisville to attend the Irish field day and that they would bring with them the Marquette Cluba base ball team com posed of members of the Knights of Columbus The visitors will reach Louis villa Snnday morning August 23 attend mass at one of tnV our churches- o and board the boats for Fern Grove This announcement was received with applause and the following committee was appointed to receive the St Louis visitors Thomas Walsh William M Higgins Joseph P McGinn John Mul toy William T Median and Mark Ryan Several priests will accompany the St Louis visitors to Louisville The Committee on Arrangements have secured three boats for trips in the morn ing and evening The morning trip will be made after 930 oclock and the afternoon trips at 130 and 2 oclock The object is to give Hibernians and their fam ilies a day of innocent amusement and n pleasant ride on the river The field day was a success last year and it is generally believed that the approaching event will surpass the first one Chairman Dolan has charge of the entries for games and athletic contests and he says the number of entries thus far augurs well for sue cess In Limerick Portland and elsewhere young Hibernians are training for the field day games No intoxicating liquors will be allowed on the grounds President Tynan invited all Hibernians- s to attend the next initiation of Division 1 which will be held Tuesday July 28 The County Board adjourned to meet with Division 4 next Wednesday night when other reports will be received ORE WHIZ CLUBS OUTING The Gee Whiz Outing Club will give its first grand excursion to Fern Grove on the elegant steamer Columbia tomorrow The boat will leave the foot of First street at 9 oclock in the morning and at 130 oclock in the afternoon On each trip the boat will stop at Jeffersouvllle for the convenience of those Indiana people who desire to make the trip A good union band will be in attendance A fine gold watch will begiven to the lady selling the largest number of tickets The Gee Whiz Outing Club is composed thenEast Eud It was organized two years ago for social purposes The Committee on Arrangements is made up as follows Rudie Willett George Adair Edward Fabel George Hoffmann James Homer Ed Schaefer Oscar FrAncis George CharleseBowman Jr CATHOLIC FEDERATION The following gentlemen will represent Kentucky at the National Federation of- the Catholic Societies at Atlantic City N J next month Dr Joseph W Fowler William T Meehan Eugene J Cooney Frank Menne Edward J Mc Dermott and Dr Frank Clark C P theeKentucky State Federation will be in Louisville tomorrow to confer with the conventionesGOLD HUNT AT ST PETERS The people of St Peters congregation will give the annual picnic for the benefit of the church at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday July 28 A feature of the event will be the gold hunt A 5 gold piece will be given to some one and that person will be told to hold it until some one asks willaaccost each one he meets and ask for the gold piece If he asks the right one he will be 5 ahead + EVANSVILLE EXCURSION The Southern Railway will run an- xcursion to Evansville and return tomorrow The train will leave the Union Depot Seventh and river at 8 oclock and New Albany twenty minutes later Returning the train will leave Evansville at 030 oclock reaching Louisville at 11 oclock In the evcningl ORAND OUT OP TOWN Sunday July 19 Big Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock m Returning train arrives at Louis ville at 1140 p m Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 1 ti Knightstown JliAnderson HgS Alezr andria 125j MaHcTri 1160 Tickets on sale at city office 250 ftWk avenue and depot S J Gatei QiMral Agent j The crack Frank COM ball 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