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I KENTUCKY IRIu AMERICAN VOLUME XIINO 25LOUISVILLEy SATUIitAY JUNE p18 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS mD1PP0TMT Again Comes to Persecutors of tho Sisters of the Good 1 Shepherd l i n Barcliond Smith Have DIe missed Two of Their Actions Pathetic Letter to the Sisters Clearly Exposes Ignoble flw4 scheme j fl 1 EXCERPTS TAKEN FROM DEPOSITION On Thursday last two more of the series of suits against the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Bank street were at the request of the plaintiff dismissed one in Judge Fields and one in Judge Gordons court These actions like their kindred ones were brought against the Sisters by William T Burch and Dr David T Smithactlas attorneys for damages and compensation on account ofalleged Illegal detention in their reformatory and for alleged labor performed therein and like the former suits were dis missed afterthe deposition of the plain tiff was taken by the attorney for the Sisters The depositions In the actions in question like the others disclosed the fact that the suit was brought and maintained against the will of the plaintiffs When these facts were developed the men acting as the attorneys for the women were compelled to dismiss the actions zli- II In the action dsulrseeon Thursday the plaintiff was mndefo say in her petition that the Sisters through their agents and employes arrested the plaintiff and Imprison her within the walls of their instltutic18 where she was con fumed at hard llabor for them from 1893 until October 1003 and that she was kept within said incloaure for nine years with out being permitted to communicate with her father or any one on the outside and was kept in perfect ignorance of whatI was going on in the world whereby sheI was damaged in the sum of 25000 Not only to show the absurdity of these charges but their absolute falsity the tiHlOW8i mony Question YOU never said you were arrested never told anybody AnswerNoI sirQAnd you never signed a paper in which you said you were arrested know ingly did you ANo sir QWoutd you be good enough to tell why and when Mrs Clifford and you went to the institution now controlled byI the Sisters of the Good Shepherd AIShe put me there for a home she said QHad not she been trying to get youI several homes AShe had got meI several homes but I was not satisfied with them QWhat was the difficulty AWell- I did not know how to do the work andI the lady was not pleased with me Q Why did you not remain in Mrs Cliffords home AShe said she was not able to take care of me She had a large family of her own to support She was not able QWas there any other place for you to go at that time A7NO sir Every body had a girl and did not need any oneQAnd there was really no home for you ANo si- rQDid you explain that to the Sister- sAI did QDid they agree to take you A They did AYesslr I told him Mr Hern don a visiting relative I did not want to go The mother was good tom- eQYou did tell him that did yo- uAYes ai- rQWhy did you tell him thatwas i- ttrueAYes air siresat Jm go because the mod ti rG AYes sir C QWho ai he mother AThe mo e QOne SSCWSisters of the Good Shepherd AYe sir QDid you ever ask the Sisterto send you go il outAii501etme In whose cell AIn hers 1I QWhat do you mean by cell AIt- il where her bedroom is QIn her bedroom AYes sir QWhen was that AThe day I went out QThe day you left AYesair- QYou asked her to let you go that day AYes air QYoudid go that day did you no- tAYee ai- rQWas that the first time you Lad t asked her AYes sir- QThe only time you had asked he- rAYes Cd- rQSo 4 you left her the oaly time yon I asked her to go AYeelr QrAfteryoa Game toyour kinswoman dJdyoutalkaootlKi or who talked to you about it A- Itto Dr JtatUk c- n RWhere did you findhimAJIec- ame there Qcame where ATo Mrs Camp bells QDld you know him when hecame there ANo sir QYounever met him ANorIa- een him Q The first time you evermet him was at Mrs Campbells house AYes IIlrQThat waa the first time you ever spoke to him AYes sir QYou then did not know him A Only from seeing him l- QDo you know why he came to see you AYes sir QWhy ATo bring this suit QDidyou send for him ANoir- QWho did send for him AId- ont know QIsay it is not true while you were in the Institution with the Sisters that you did not write any letters outside AI told him I wrote one- QYou toldhim that AYes si- rQDld you tell hint to whom it was AYes si- rQThat is not true then that you did not write any letters is it AIw- rote only one I wrote that in Mother Thecklas time QDid you tell him that your friends did not come to see you your acquaint ances AI told him they came what were here in Louisville wQYou did tell him that did you JYes ai- rQThat is not true that they did not come is iit ANo sir Those up home did not come my father and my uncle never came QHow often did your uncle come to see you AHe never did come QDo you know why AHe is notable to come He is not able to get up now with his back when he is down be has to hold to a chair QIshe an Invalid AYes sir QWonld not it be your wish to have this suit dismissed and thrown out of court and not bring you to court any moreis dot that your wish sure enough in the matter AMother was good to me andI hate to do it- QAnd the matter is you want the suit dismissed dont you is not that true ABecause she was good to me was the reason I wanted it dismissed QDou you want it dismissed A She is the one who was good to me in 4 there QAld that is Why you want it dis missed A YeaTir on account of her fwi Mijc t ta lwith it and I told them and they began to write down there I concluded once to drop Jt and told them my people and they told me to go on and go on and I did go on with it against my will for my peopleQBy DrSmithBut as to me did you or did you not tell me that you wanted the suit brought and was glad to have us go ahead with it AYes sir because they told me to tell you that and talked to m- eQYou live in Frankfort and have come down here of your own accord alone AYes si- rQOn money furnished by Dr Smith AYes sir One of the pathetic features of this case is revealed by the following letter written since the taking of the deposition referred to by the unfortunate plaintiff who has been used as a tool in the hands of the enemies of the Sisters and their noble charity BArtoN SIIBMJY Co KY June 11 1904 Dear Mother Superior I am ever your dear child I am not worthy to say yonr child I am most sorry to have wounded your heart Dear mother I ask you and all the dear mothers to forgive me I am most sorry that this came up Mother my heart is breaking now I cant tell you all just now but will you please for Gods sake dear mother for give me If I could see you once morel But you would not want to see me I just know it to be so Mother you were so good to me while I was in there and Mother Mary Fancratius was too Just only tell me that you all forgive me I mean the girls too in all the classes as well as the mothers I ought not write at all for I am not worthy to do this I edly ask you all for Gods sake to for give me Dear mother if I wouldever come to see you would you come down to me at the parlor or not If so I will c gp down some time it may be a longtime before I get to come But if I am worthy for you to answer my letter you and Mother Pan write to me A few lines to Mother Pan I ask you to for gHjjf me If I am worthy for you to do ttiis please ask ycnr girls to forgive me and if I am worthy to be prayed for will myheavenlyclose for this time hoping to hear from you soon I am ever yours May God bless you and your guardian angel guide you to heaven Goodbye one and all Myaddress is Hatton Ky Shelby coun ty Your child SARAH LS Wraxa I have got married and have got a little baby Its name is Mary Belle Write to me as soon as you get this letter and tell me all litigation i exceptlagnow pending in the Circuit Court andi one use by her pending in the Appeals Throughout these cases the Swats have been ably represented by Attorneys Kinney and Fitzgerald Larch and Smith have already been given too snuck space la this paper sod now we hope to hear ao more of them III CORMACS CHAPrr CASHL- C One of the Many Scenes of Interest to the rash Visitors at the Worlds Pair W l THE OLD MEN Have a Very Strong Support In Indianas Supreme Delegate Peter Wallrath Delivers Inter esting Address to Cathb i i O Given a Cordial Welcome by JJoulsvillos Central Committee NET GAIN 1REPORTED FOR MAY Peter Wallrath of Evansville Ind Supreme Delegate of the Catholic Knights of America made an unexpected visit to the Louisville Central Committee at its regular monthly meeting Friday night at St Marys Hall Col Mike Reichert was ready to meet the Supreme Delegate upon his arrival in Louisville and President Rogers extended him a hearty welcome upon his first visit to our Central Committee The characteristic hospitality of the members was shown the distinguished visitor and after the meeting at Henry Hunoldswheretables were set they greeted him in warm hearted fashion President Newton Rogers called the meeting to order all offiers being present excepting Vice President Desseand Trustees Jack Murphy and Jacob Gobey The chair announced the accident to Sylvester Rapier the State Treasurer of the order and asked members to call and see him at St Joseph Infirmary Neither the Executive nor Membership Committees had anything to report but the call of branches showed a net gain of three members for the month with still better prospects for June Owing to the illness of Chairman John Schalda no action was taken on the communication received from the Central Committee of CincinnatiChairman Reichert reported progress for the committee arranging for the com ing Worlds Fair excursion stating that the rates had not yet been fully decided Upon motion Secretary Albert Martin was instructed to write Messrs LD Bax Tracey Straub John B Ratterman and Schildt Son thanking them for the use of carriages during the visit of Supreme President Gaudin When Supreme Delegate Wallrath was Introduced he expressed his partiality for the older members though some of them had always been faultfinders The greatest enemies of the order were its own members who forget that the Catholic Knights have done more than any order that can be nanied having paid out over 9000000 and still numbering 23000 Good Catholic Knights stand ready to pay any assessments the Supreme officers may deem necessary They have paid every assessment called owe nothing today and have a reserve fund of nearly a million dollarsBuHtl due the older wen that they be taken care of and if there wasto be a rerating he demanded and believed this would be done He hoped those advocating rerating would make their p offike good by bringing in young members Catholic Knights he oHieII V 0 a y J J doubling their number Ji The old men having created the sink ng fund would it not be just that sol e part of their assessment if the rate be changed be paid from the sum thl y had amassed In conclusion Mr Wall itbV urged all to make up their mind f build up their order He will stay w htbe Catholic Knights because it is IV e best of all fra ternal societies thpug admitting the truth of the statement at thus far they had been pacing too HttSfor their Jnsur ance WIilnm C Smith j llai-r out that the Knights was the richest Catholic organization with the largest per capita In the United States Their Supreme officers stood for the perpetua tion of the order and all that was neces sary was earnest and united effort and all obstacles would be overcome BUNCHED IN STRETCH Standing of Entries In Our Great Worlds Pair Contest Many surprises are expected in the standing of the popularity contest dur ing the next two weeks The surprise of the week was the big gain made by Michael Reichert and wife in the mar ried couples contest they having jumped from near the bottom and are now nip and tuck with John Hennessey and wife for first place Dan McKenna and wife John Sullivan and wife and Tom Dolan and wife are all holding their own in the ladies race Mamie Riley and Ella OConnell are holding first and second place respectively with Mary Foley Margaret Norton and Alice Walsh following close behind them Catherine Conadeau received a large number of votes from an Indiana admirer this week who hopes to see her win the trip Maggie Welsh a new entry was entered this week with a comfortable start In the single mens contest Lieutenant Tom Fltzgibbon and Frank McDonogh are having a pretty fight for first place the police backing the popular Lieuten ant while Mackin Council and the Y M I in general are hustling for McDonogh Charles Raidy Tom Campfield and John Cavanaugh are still close to the leaders MARRIED C00PIB John H Hennessey and wife J900 Michael Reichert and wife 6850 Dan McKenna and wife 5826 John J Sullivan and wife 4450 Thomas Dolan and wife 4250 Thomas D Claire and wife 3900 Harry Brady and wife 3650 John Meagher and wife 3500 Joseph P McGinn and wife 2550 Dave Burke and wife 2600 W G ORonrke and wife 2450 John J McGurk and wife 2400 Pat F McCarthy and wife 2350 SINGIlt XAOY Mamie Riley 7111 Ella OConnell 6531 Mary Foley 5688 Margaret Norton 6166 Alice Walsh 4450 Catherine Couadean 3940 Julia Kelly 2600 Mamie Keenan 2600 Mary Cavanaugh u 2285 Margaret Tobin 2162 Lady Heffernan i 2035 Maggie Welsh 400 SIHOIKGKNTIKMAN- Lient Tom Fitzgibboa to 12893 Frank McDonogh orne 11616 Charles RaldyuH 7039 John Cavanaugh 6500 Tom Camfield 4651 Louis Dugan 4635- Bd Dalton 4600 Joan Crottyr i r r 4160 Tom Furlong 2400 Will McNally IH 3260 George er4tfWI vi M 3116- V Bd Too M y 4 fI f v JfW6 t J np UNPOPULAR Management of the Louisville Base Ball Club Entirely Displeasing Tebeau Seems to Have No Souse of its Obligations to H T Cares Nothing For Either Play ore or the Patrons of the Game A CHANGE WOULD BE WELCOMED It is amazing that the Louisville public patronizes base ball at all under present conditions Manager Tebeau does no seem to have any conception of his obli gations to the public His sole thought seems to be to make money and to give the public little in return Of course Tebeau has a monopoly of the the base ball business in this city and can do as he pleases but the public is getting very tired of him and if some one would start an opposition park it would draw all the patronage even with an amateur clubTebeau seems to have no sense of his obligation to the public He does just as he pleases He does not care for public sentiment and his reprehensible conduct in attempting to bulldoze umpires has driven away a large number of reputable people from the game He refuses to allow a player to bring his wife or lady friend to the game without paying for it He compels patrons to pay fifty cents admission for threeyearold children He has cut the players salaries nearly onehalf and forced some good men out of the game He collects from everybody He will not allow the police in the grand stand without paying extra nor will he permit the motormen and conductors at the grounds to witness the last inning or two without paying for it Tebeau is the most unpopular base ball manager that has ever been in Louisville Everybody- is roasting him and he deserves every bit of censure that is heaped upon him He ought to be put out of the base ball game The patrons of the game ought to get together and insist that Tebeau get down off his high horse and if not let them quit attending the games Manager Tebeaus shabby treatment of exCopt Clymer was resented by local patrons of the game in a moat decided manner on the occasion of the recent visit of his Columbus team Clymer received a hearty welcome and was presented with n large and handsome bouquet on his first appearance at the bat Tebeaus poor judgment of the value of a ball player is well exemplified ia this deallH Clymer has the Columbus team in first place in the American Asso elation while the Louisville team has lead a hard time holding Us place near the bottom of the ladder This Iif largely due to lack of appreciation of the men who receive so encouragement from their hoes and have little reason to exert themselvesThe Irish American has bees requested on all sidle to take up this matter by patrons of the national game M the base ball reporUM of the daily paper stew to have Lest aU since of IJ r c- l7 their obligations to the sport loving pub tic in their base ball columns They have carefully shielded Tebeau from all criticism and have been ever ready to take his side on any question not stop ping to consider whether it was fair or just e OUTING AND PICNIC Louisville Hibernians to Cele brate Monday at Phoe nix Hill The union picnic and outing of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of this city which will be held at Pfacgnlx Hill Park next Monday night June 20 promises to be the largest and best attended outing ever given by that great organization in Louisville It is expected that from 6000 to 10000 people will be present Many prominent members of the order in Jeffersonville and New Albany have signified their intention of being there Louisville being the home of the State officers the County Board feels almost certain that there will be a general re sponse to their invitations to come to this picnic by their brother members and friends in the Falls Cities as this will be the last gathering they will attend before their departure for St Louis to attend the national convention of the order As almost every county in Ireland has a fair representation among the Irish American citizens of Louisville there will be a splendid opportunity for the visitors to meet the people who were their friends and neighbors as they used to at the fairs in the old country Chair man Joe Dougherty Tom Lynch Joseph Cooney Joe Lynch and County President Sullivan who constitute the Executive Committee have been very active in making preparations for this event and they have arranged to make it interesting and entertaining for those who attend Morbachs band and Scallys orchestra will furnish the music and besides dancing the evening will be given up to various amusements There is nothing more dear to the hearts of Irishmen than the remembrance of days spent in old Ireland Although oppressed and held down as they were by the tyranny of the Eng lish Government they never lost the spirit of light heartedness anda jollity which characteristic was never w apparent as at the meetings and outings which were so often held in the old countryand which the County Board is going to endeavor to duplicate at the outing at Phoenix Hill Park Monday night JIrAiEDM MAIytS Two Days For CornerStone Laying and Commence ment Exercises On Monday evening June If at 6 oclock the blessing of the cornerstone of the new gymnasium at St Marys College Ky will take place The gym nasium will be built of stone and brick 52x92 and will be an uptodate struct ure with all the modern improvements At 7 oclock the usual alumni banquet will take place followed by a meeting of St Marys Alumni Association The meeting promises to be a very interesting one as many old students have expressed their intention of attending The Hon Ben C Johnson of Bardstown is Presi dent of the association and Co C Bold rick of Lebanon is Secretary On the following morning June 21 the eightythird annual commencement exercises will be held in St Marys Hall and will begin at 915 oclock An inter esting programme has been prepared and all friends and patrons of the college are most cordially invited Master R Hen drie of Drakesboro is the salutatorian Vincent Falisi of Georgetown the valedictorian and John M Cooney A M will deliver the alumni address- A special train has been engaged by the college for the occasion The special will leave Louisville at 630 a m and arrive at St Marys at 9 a m About a half an hour after the close of the exercises the special train will leave for Lebanon and returning to Louisville will leave St Marys at 215 p m The train is under the personal direction and supervision of the college authori ties The programme for this year In cludes a pleasing threeact drama and a number of selections by the college band and orchestra I OPENS NEW STORE John Henehan Enters Gro cery Business in the West End John Henehan for many years at the Louisville Hotel and later in business at Fifteenth and Portland avenue has engaged in the grocery business at Twenty third and Griffiths avenue where he opened last week with a complete stock of new and choice goods In addition he baa a cozy annex where those who are thirsty will find the beat brands of Ken tuckys famous product dgars tobacco etc Mr Henehan is a well known Hi bernian and is always interested in the advancement of this city For these and other reaaoas he should receive a liberal patronage He says his goods will be found first class and the prices right The Kentucky Irish American takes pleasure in commending him to its thou sands of readers in the West End There Ulht to be no doubt about bis saccesa as re Its sex of honor and integrity and also a jollyf good fellow u I MANY VOTES Cast in Worlds Fair Popularity Contest During This Week Result of Voting Will Not Be Made Known Again Until Close How Many Votes Will the Win ners Get Some Say 25000 Each I ANNOUNCEMENT MADE ON JULY 9 From now until the close of the Ken tucky Irish Americans great popularity contest the interest in it will continue to increase This is the last week the wittbe r official announcement of the winners will be published If the widespread interest among the candidates and their friends during this week can be taken as an in dication of the future the windup will be exciting Indeed It will be observed that the vote has been swelled this week to a large extent Many pew subscribersvwere received on account of the contest andmany inquiries were made by the friends of the candidates as to the pros pects of this or that candidate winning The management of this paper has not the remotest idea who will win There j are thirtysix candidates in the field and proposition singleladyville to the great Exposition in St Louis transportation weeks entertainment at the Lindell Hotel one of the finest hotels in the paperTheIf a gentleman and his wife for instance would desire to go to St Louis for a week paying firstclass fare and firstclass hotel rates it would cost them not far from 100 By a little exertion among their friends the candidates can secure enough votes through subscriptions to the Ken tripTherean ea amt y Isn ne ofagoc Catholic weekly paper With a little solicitation each of the candidates canfa amongCatholicsple Each new subscription entitles a candidate to fifty vctes The contest has been conducted with good nature and friendly rivalry up to this time and d no doubt this will continue to the end It is not for the management to say how many votes a candidate ought to have in order to win a prize Some of the en thusiastic supporters of the candidates say that 25000 votes ought to win while others go above that figure and some away below it No matter how many votes is cast in the future the manage ment of this paper is satisfied with the way the contest has proceeded It has drawn attention to the paper and has afforded some pleasure to many of our readers It is evident that quite a num judgingfrompaper that have been purchased during the past few weeks and there may be some surprises at the close Of course new subscriptions or renewals of old ones count more in this contest than anything else and the easiest way to win seems to be through the avenue of subscriptions Many people would subscribe if their attention was called to the contest The Kentucky Irish American does not hope to make any great amount of money s out of the contest It will be at con siderable expense in providing a weeks transportation penses surrounding the contest which have already been made It will be quite an honor to win one of the prizes Some have come to us and said If I thought So and So was certain to win I would be willing to put up 100 It Our invariable reply has been We do not know how many votes will be cast for any candi date or how much it would cost in thecway of new subscribers for any one to win All we know is that everybody will have a fair show and we hope the winners will have 60000 votes each Nothing is won without an effort The single lady contestants have been more active during the past few days than ever before All their friends seem to be working hard for them now With the single gentlemen it is a fight to the finish and this department of the contest promises to bring as many votes as the one between the married couples The Germans are taking an active Interest in the candidacy of Michael Reichert and wife as evidenced by the fact that a large number of GermanAmericans have sent subscriptions during the past few flrandElsewhere will be fou d the vote of the candidates Up to this date No othcSv 1vote will be published now until the con test doses on July 6 Of course all voter cast between now and July 6 will be winduptheThe vote will be counted in the preaeoce opportBitywills thelistCorneda n s I 1 NTUCKY I SH A RIOANor KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN NIININILINLLINIIINI evoted to the Moral aatd Social Advancement of all Irish Americans i ENSiSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Louisville Postofflcc as SecondClass Hatter AddtersiK Communication ttqtbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Oreen Street TRAOHS COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 18 1904 4y NEED OF SEWERS There is great need of more sew ers and better streets in Louisville It is very evident that we will never t get sewers under the ordinary forms of taxation and that the only way to get them will be by issuing bonds The General Council has passed Rn ordinance providing for the issue of 3500000 for sewers snd streets the question to be voted on by the people at the coming November election The city is badly in need of drainage especially in the south- ernJ J part of town and whenever there is a heavy rain the streets as well as private property are over flowed Ordinarily we would oppose a bond issue but this proposed issue for sewers and new streets seems to have merit New Orleans recently issued 17000000 of sewer bonds and Memphis about 12000000 for the same purpose Louisville needs drainage as bad as these two cities w and the only way to get it is through n bond issue- OUTLAWRYt IN COLORADO The action of Gov Peabody and Adjt Gen Bell of Colorado in driving miners out of that State is an outrage Granted that the miners had not lived strictly within the law Peabody and Bell acted unlawfully in deporting them The miners have t not been treated fairly and the ac tion of the Governor and his Adjutant General will have a bad effect It is announced by Bell that peace now reigns in Colorado but peace can not be where such outrages against lawand order are committed by the State authorities Of course the action of Goy Peabody was dictated by the mine owners who have had influence enough to con trol everything in Colorado for many years past These mine owners have treated their men so outrageously that they have driven to desperation The decision of the Passionist Fathers to build a large monastery on the Newburg road on the site of the present Sacred Heart Retreat will be pleasing news to the friends of these able missionary priests The Passionists are very popular in the diocese of Louisville Very Rev Felix Ward one of their lead ing men who was in Louisville this week is now superintending the building of a monastery in Chicago where the order has only tr recently been established The daily papers have published recently stories to the effect that Bishop McCloskey would soon ask Rome to appoint a Coadjutor or Auxiliary Bishop The reports lack confirmation The Right Reverend Bishop has not made any declara tion on the subject The Bishop seems to be getting along well with out an assistant having an able and untiring worker in the person of his Vicar General Father Cronin Kentucky is making a good show ing at the Worlds Fair On Ken tucky day Gov Beckham and his Staff and Mayor Grainger were present The speech of the Governor was appropriate and the whole cere mony reflected credit on the State Gov Beckham has several Irish Americans on his staff among them Gen Percy Haly Col Harry Bren nan and Col Matt Winn o FOURTH PP JULY PICNIC The members of St Pauls Fourthsecured Lion Garden for the of July and will there hold the only big picnic to be giveninLoulsville Eighty five dollars in gold will be distributed in prkaB There will be a baby show and the beet appearing couple in the prom- eairodewUL receive a handsome price A nrfcte of 60 in gold will also be giveR the mot popular lady 1to the city open to Married and single wowea lI o t1 ST JOHN OSULLIVAN Ordained to the Holy Priest hood Last Sunday Morning Father St John OSullivan who was ordained priest by Bishop McCloskey last Sunday will celebrate his first solemn high mass at the Cathedral of the As sumption tomorrow morning Father OSullivan is a native of Louisville and has brothers in the priesthood He has been assigned to duty as assistant priest at St Pauls church Owensboro under the rector Father Edward J Fitzgerald Father OSullivan is a bright young priest He made his preparatory studies under Rev George W Schuhmann of the Cathedral and after receiving a class ical education at Notre Dame University St Joseph county Ind took a course at St Bernards Seminary Rochester New York Bishop McQuaid of Rochester conferred on him subdeaconship on April 9 and made him deacon on June 9 of this year Holy orders were conferred upon him by Bishop McCloskey on June 12 in the presence of a large congrega tion Those who assisted the Right Reverend Bishop were Rev P M J Rock as archdeacon Rev George W Schuh mann as master of ceremonies and Fathers Hill and Van der Pitte as deacons of the mass All the relatives and friends of the young priest were in attendance at the ceremony The ordination was conducted in every detail conformable to the rubrics of the Pontifical Romanum the official book of ceremonies of the church used by Bishops in performing the functions of their office Bishops alone have the power to ordain priests The ceremony takes place dur ing mass celebrated by the Bishop who appears bearing crosier and mitre and the othSr vestments of his office The deacon bout to be ordained to the priesthoOd enters the sanctuary just before the Bishop He has on the vest ments distinctive of his rank as deacon namely the amice alb cincture maniple and stole which last vestment is not crossed at his breast as is a priests but is worn over the leftshoulder encircling the body and fastened under the right armNear the end of the mass after the newly ordained priest has recited the Apostles Creed he kneels before the Bishop who again lays his hands upon him and says Receive the Holy Ghost whos Kps you shall remit they are remitt1ftfand whose sins you shall retain they are retained The Bishop then lets down the back of the chasuble and tak- Ing the two hands of the newly made priest into his own asks him Do you promise to me and my successors rever ence and obedience The priest answers I promise Then the Bishop kissing him says The peace of the Lord be always with you The priest answers Amen Then after another instruc tion and blessing the Bishop charges the newly ordained priest to say three masses one of the Holy Ghost this source of all grace one of the Blessed Virgin and one for the souls of the de parted Then the last Gospel is said and the ceremony Is ende- dSATOLLI COUNCIL Ladles Auxiliary Organised and Temporary Offi cers Chosen Satolli Council Y M L succeeded Monday night in organizing its ladies auxiliary when the nameS of a number of prominent Catholic women were en rolled and temporary officers chosen The initiation given the ladies afforded much amusement and will be the basis for some future work There was a good attendance of members of Satolli to welcome the ladies and it did not take long to transact the business of the council The ladles met in the parlors of the club house when the following temporary organization was perfected PresidentMrs Sam J Boldrick Vice President Miss Nina Smith SecretaryTreasurer Miss Miles Bart manRecording Secretary Miss Elizabeth TarpeyCorresponding Secretary Miss Mayme ReuterThe charter list still remains open as quite a large number were unable to attend It was decided to meet every Monday evening at Satolli Hall until further notice The auxiliary was given promising it is hinted that the ladles have gone to work to pass Trinity Councils splendid auxiliary ANOTHER VOCATION Edward A Crowley for the past seven years engaged In the railroad business has resigned his position with the Motion route to accept a position as agent for the New York Life Insurance Company Mr Crowley is a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Order of Railway Clerks lie is well known aad opolaraia all sections of the dtyaacl- bilertoal of friends wUk his success in hia uew vocation r 1 SOCIETY Miss Henrietta Cassin was among those who sailed Tuesday from New York for Antwerp Mrs Dan F Murphy wife of the City Assessor who has been quite ill for ten days is convalescing Misses Rita and Nellie Keaney were among those who went from this city to Nazareth to attend the commencement exerises Col John McAteer has fully recovered from his recent injuries and is again serving on the Board df Equalization of city taxes Judge Nick Vaughan and his estimable wife are enjoying a delightful sojourn at French Lick Springs They will return next week Rev Father Erasmus of the Passionist order is taking a rest at the Sacred Heart Retreat after a season of missionary labors in the East Phil Mazzoni is in New York with his wife and family They will sail Tuesday for Itally where five months will be spent with friends and relatives Mr John SPoolwltb the Muldoon Monument Company has gone South on a business trip in the interest of the firm He will be absent about ten days MrKenneth Meguire of the reportorial force of the Evening Post will go to Europe next month to remain sfx weeks on a vacation He will visit Ireland Neal Ehringer and Miss Margaret Per rette well known residents of Jefferson ville will be united in marriage by the Rev Father John OConnell on Tuesday June 28- Misses Kathryn McHugh and Florence Caplinger have returhed from Frankfort where they visited Miss Caplingers sister They were extensively entertained during their stay in the capital Miss Elenora Schaulie who has been the guest of Mrs Wright at her country home near Colesburg has gone to the Worlds Fair She will visit numerous friends in Missouri before returning home Mrs T P OConnor of Knoxville who was the guest of Mrs John OBrien Garvin Place returned to her home the first of the week Mrs OConnor had an enjoyable visit and received much social attention while here Percy Bareford and Miss Evelyn Reilly surprised their many friends by being quietly married Wednesday evening at the Dominican Convent Rev Father Martin performing the marriage cere mony They will reside in New Albany the home of the groom Charles Hill a leader among the local Catholic Knights of America and a capital good fellow is able to be out after undergoing a number of operations before receiving relief from a carbuncle that was both painful and dangerous He is again ready to entertain friends who may canto see him at his cozy cafe at Twentieth and Walnut streets John F Ruhl and Miss Katie Werner both of this city were united in marriage last week in Chicago the pastor of St Johns church performing the ceremony The groom is foreman of one of the leading brass manufacturing concerns of Chicago They will make their home on Michigan avenue where their Louisville friends will be always welcome Miss Anna Keenan and William Glenn were married Wednesday afternoon at St Cecilias church in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives The groom holds a responsible position in the inspection beureau of the Louisville Nashville railroad His bride is the daughter of Charles Keenan Twenty third and St Xavier streets and is a lady of many accomplishments Cupid has not been idle in the Sacred Heart parish Next Wednesday morning at 8 oclock John G Hillerich and Miss Eva L Triplet will be united in marriage by Rev Father Walsh The groom is a well known L N clerk and the bride elect is a pretty and popular society girl Father Walsh will also perform the marriage ceremony for Miss Barbara Goesman and James Browning foreman in the Illinois Central shops Henry Gross for many years the city representative for Herrmann Bros was able to be about this week after a long and painful illness of inflammatory rheu matism For the past three months Mr Gross was unable to leave his home 2116 Preston street and at times his family felt greatly alarmed over his condition His numerous friends will rejoice to learn that there has been a decided change for the better and his speedy recovery may be now looked for About the happiest man that comes round the Kentucky Wagon Works these days is young George Schlaug George has always worn a good non removable smile but nowadays it is a continuous laugh This is caused by the arrival of a beautiful little girl who will soon ride in one oftbe handsomest wagons ever turned out The new arrival has attracted much attention and recep tions in her honor have been numerous With his many friends we tender our CongratulationsMr John Kane of North Limestone street Lexington announce the engagement of their daughter fannie Frances to Daniel Joseph Crowe The news is a surprise and interesting to many as the young people are both very attractive and popular Miss Kane is a- charmingyoung girlas well as talented aad capable in business and has been wlththe limO jamas A Todd for sometime whwre her oar 4oee are coosldwed invaluable Dn Crowe Iiouerol then r r- II most highly esteemed of Lexingtons young citizens He is a linotype oper composinthe Y M I The marriage will be cele brated Wednesday morning June 29 at 0 oclock in St Pauls church Rev James P Barry officiating Miss Celia Kane will be maid of honor and Mr James Price best man After the wed ding the couple will go for a trip to Columbus Ohio They expect to reside in Lexington going to housekeeping upon their return Both young people are well known iu Louisville where they have many friends who wish to congratu ate them in advance of their union FRANK COFFEE Returns From Australia toI Visit Friends In Old Kentucky Mr Frank Coffee of Sydney Aus tralia an old printer who worked on Louisville papers over thirty years ago visited old associates here this week among them John OConnor Will Ott James Watson William Morrison Frank Jackson and Edward Cronk He also called on the Kentucky Irish Ameri can and the Messrs Murphy who are relatives of the famed Archbishop Murphy of Hobart Tasmania Mr Coffee went to Australia twentyfive years ago married and settled down and has had a successful business career Upon his arrival here he drifted into some of the newspaper offices and met several of the old brigade but the great majority had either moved away or crossed the great divide Mr Coffee is an interesting talker and knows Australia and New Zealand thoroughly He reports that in those countries the church is making great strides under the guidance of his Emi nence Cardinal Moran Archbishop Murphy Archbishop Carr and the many able Bishops and priests Scarcely a Sunday passes lie said but what Cardi nal Moran officiates at the laying of a corner stone or the opening of some new church school convent or orphanage in the archdiocese of Sydney In fact the many dioceses throughout these colonies are close in line with the Cardinals effortsWhen asked if he knew Archbishop Murphy of Hobart Tasmania who is related to our esteemed fellowtownsmen City Assessor Dan Murphy and Dennis Murphy the architect the visitor from the Antipodes smiled and declared that the venerable Irish churchman was a surprise to all Australians Archbishop Murphy he said is approaching the century in years and is regarded the connecting link between the old pioneers of the church in the early days and the present In all his work he is now ably assisted by his coadjutor Bishop De laney who is a churchman of great learning and respected by all classes Mr Coffee also stated that thanks to their own efforts many men of Irish birth aqdextractioajiold prominent positions in law medicine commerce and politics In the Australian Parliament Irishmen fill the higher offices but the balance of power politically rests with the Labor party whfch has become very strong Mr Coffee and his wife are the guests of his sister Mrs Gus Clark of Lexing ton They came to America to attend the commencement exercises at the Ken tucky State College at Lexington where their son has been a student and also to visit the Worlds Fair at St Louis Mrs Coffee is delighted with America andespecially Kentucky Her husband found many changes in Louisville but was agreeably surprised to observe so many evidences of the steady and solid growth of the city In Mr Coffee Mark Twain has a most perfect double On the long twentytwo days voyage across the Pacific he was frequently taken for the famous writer and so striking was the resemblance that the San Francisco Call published his pic ture which anyi one would take to be that of Twain RECENT DEATHS Another home was made desolate Tuesday afternoon when the soul of little Arthur Troxel took its flight to his eternal home in heaven where care and sorrows are unknown He had been ill but two weeks of typhoid fever when he was called from his earthly career Arthur was the twelve year old son of Mr and Mrs Gus Troxel nee Martz andwas very bright with prospects of a brilliant future The funeral took place from the residence Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock To the bereaved parents we offer our deepest sympathy Policeman Edward Rademaker expired suddenly Sunda morning at his home 1417 Payne street Arising early he was sitting in a chair when he was stricken and died in a few minutes Officer Rade maker was a native of this city and four years ago was appointed on the local force His record was a splendid one and he was well liked by his superiors and fellowofficers A wife and a little daughter are leftto mourn his loss The- funeral tookplaceTuesday morning from St Aloysius OGrady celebrating the mass of requiem A platoon of policemen acted as a guard of honor to the remains Barnett Bush for four years with the Pennsylvania railroad met with instant death Wednesday afternoon After set ting a switch he stood at Eleventh and Deleware waiting for the train to pass On one of the cars was a load of ties that had been carelessly piled and a tie that projected over the aide struck the un fortunate man in the head He was picked up in ah unconscious condition and although every assistance possible was rendered be expired before he could be removed The remains were taken to his home 814 Oldham street wherer sympathyforfuneral took place Friday morning from the Catholic Church at Sliab tatowa RevFatberDelel y conducting the tsolemnl aerUC4ll DIuj JJ c o GONE TO REST i 0 Unexpected Death of Young Patrick Fitzgerald at Rochester The unexpected telegram that brought notice of the death of Patrick Fitzgerald son of Mrs William Osborne of Oak dale at Rochester on Monday fell with sorrow upon her many friends and ac quaintances in this city The news of his Iath was a great shock as there had been no intimation of his illness In his disposition Patrick Fitzgerald who was twentysix years old was unassuming but always cheerful and pleasant He was a stanch and devout Catholic gentle man a young man with high ideals true and sincere His death is not a loss to his brothers alone but is felt through out his wide circle of friends and neighbors in both Rochester and Syracuse His employers whom he served faith fully and well have lost a trusted employe and his church a member who had a full realization of his duty and was ever ready to perform it The bereaved mother accompanied by her son William Osborne leftat once for Rochester where the funeral was held after which the remains were taken to I Syracuse the old home of Mrs Osborne for interment Fervent prayers ascend for his eternal repos- eFATHER LOGAN Will Visit England France and Ireland Before Returning The Rev B F Logan O P of St Louis Bertrands this city who recently went to Rome to take part in the election of the Dominican Order will make a visit to France England and Ireland andwill not return until about the mid dle of August The general chapter met at the Convent of La Quercia Viterbo outside of Rome where Dominican electors from all parts of the globe gathered to take part in the erection of the blaster General which occurs every twelve years With Father Logan was the Revs James Colbert L F Kearney and C A SplinterVery Rev Father Hyacinth Cormiere who was chosen Master General of the Dominican Order of the whole world is a Frenchman seventythree years of age and has been Procurator General of the order for the past ten years He Is a man of ascetic life of pronounced saintly character and a disciplinarian of strong tendencies His success as Procurator General no less than his reputation for zeal and piety promises well for the spiritual and material growth of the grand old Dominican Order during the next twelve years Rev Andrew Fruh wirth the retiring Master General is an Austrian by birth and during his in cumbency won the love and respect of the sons of St Dominic the world over ON MARRIAGE Archbishop Parley Gives His Views and Tells Inter esting Story Archbishop Farley of New York was recently asked if he believed in early marriages He replied Well not too youngthat is not before man and woman are of lawful age But I believe in young men and women marrying and assuming their part in the development and enrichment of the earth Every woman who has not the burden of obliga tions which necessitate her personal la bors should marry and every man should place himself in a position to support a family unless he have a religious voca tion He disapproves of the influence of club life Mans fitting place is at his fireside he says And deep down in his heart the Archbishop disapproves of the professional woman in some spheres Marriage he believes to be womans natural vocation and he does not think wifehood and motherhood combine hap pily with careers in many cases He enjoys few things more than a joke on accomplished men or women Women are the kindest hearted fall Gods creatures he says They are nurses and mothers by nature They may not always be properly trained to alleviate suffering but they can not see it without wanting to give the best in them to ease the suffering Some weeks ago an incident occurred out here in Madison avenue An automobile ran over a young boy and crushed his leg He was unconscious and they carried him to the sidewalk and waited there for the ambulance Meanwhile a goodhearted woman whom most of us know well knelt down in the dust took the boys head in her lap and tried to soothe his pain Some one told her that his leg was crushed Immediately she tore her handkerchief and the handker chiefs of several other women into strips When this had been exhausted in band ages she cut her parasol into strips and used that too for the purpose Finally when the ambulance arrived she turned her charge over to the doctor I could not have done it better myself madame he said after examining it carefully but unfortunately it is the wrong leg1 RAISING CHICKENS AND EGOS Two popular young girls instead of spending their money to enter the busi ness womens popularity contest now running in the Times concluded to go into business for themselves on a small scale They purchased eight dozen hens each and are now awaiting the arrival of eggs They intend to purchase an in cubator and to go into the chicken and egg business on a Jlarge scale But their acquaintances were much amused by the Innocence of the two whothe first morn blgafterthe purchase expected the chicks to be doable la else and stewed grtidisappointment WJMHI they could r J Q 0 not find eggs the next day They are not notwithstandingwill yet make money or have chicken suppers for their gentlemen friends ANOTHER CONCERT The St Cecilia Club and music class of St Marys parish one of the best Catho lie musical organizations in the city win give a coucert at St Marys Hall on Monday evening June 27 A splendid programme will be rendered and as the young people have many friends a big audience may be looked for The Sisters at St Marys school are regarded as among the best music teachers in Louisville the excellent work of their pupils on former occasions being very notice able DESERVED VACATION Capt Michael Barry one of the veteran members of the Louisville police depart ment is off on a deserved leave of absence and vacation He left Monday for Kansas Ill where he will visit his brother John Barry and from there will go to St Louis to spend a week at the Worlds Fair HINTS ON STYLE Pansies are receiving more attention in millinery than ever before and all of the small orange and yellow flowers are receiving prominence Linen tailored suits are being fashioned in Paris not alone from white linen but also from flax pale blue lavender pale mauve sulphur and light pink Small fruit is ripening upon a large number of the seasons hats Goose berries are high in favor and one must confess that they are lovely in coloring The girl who is clever with her needle or who understands how to plan an artis tic garment may evolve the most charm- Ing of summer sacques and lounging robes without incurring a great expense The light blue and hydrangea blue straws are very numerous and are usually trimmed with shaded blue flowers and a touch of dark blue velvet They are worn with the popular dark blue frocks The girl who makes her own dresses should remember the fact that few gowns are now being built upon linings Cloth ones certainly are not and when the mus lins come into vogue separate silk slips will be found their best accompaniment- The kimono shapes are now immensely popular for the boudoir gown and vary from the enbroidered silk or satin Japanese garment to the version in lawn There are modifications too that retain their picturesque beauty without being altogether oriental The faded or frost bitten roses intro duced early in the season have been taken up enthusiastically by milliners and the oddest color combinations are effected in abnormal flowers The color scheme seems to be considered the one thing of importance and the milliner gives her thought and skill to dbnsldera tion of that and lightly defies natures traditionHuge flowing sleeves deep collars pelerines fichus loose boleros all are used as picturesque features of the long or short negligee The body of the robe In a majority of cases falls loosely from the yoke when a thin material is used but some of the most attractive models in washing materials and thin silk are short waisted and are finished with a soft girdle or a beading of lace through which rib bon is run PREVENTATIVE FOR MOTHS From this month on the cloth moth begins to make its appearance depositing its eggs in furs and all kinds of woolen materials and often in crevices in doors closets and boxes It always seeks quiet dark places Closets drawers and boxes should be cleaned now Take special pains to clean thoroughly each crack and groove Buy at a druggists a few ounces of the oil of red cedar With a small brush such as artists use apply the oil of cedar to all cracks and grooves in boxes and drawers and to the tops of doors and baseboards in closets also around the edges of the floors Use very little of the oil There must not be enough to soil anything that comes in contact with the treated surface This treatment will make closets boxes etc moth proof for some time and if closed at one the contents will be perfectly safe through the summer and fall WAR AND EDUCATION Bishop Cyrus D Foss was talking last week at Los Angeles about the worlds custom of spending more on armies and navies than on education- I once heard this custom epigrammat ically condemned by an Irish priest J said Bishop Foss There was under discussion a bill to appropriate 36000 000 for battleships and 12000000 for schools The priest spoke againkvthe bill and his speech ended this Vftvjir Friends consider this proposal Its absurdity is evident For education 12 000000 for warfare 130000000 That is to say 12000000 for putting brains in and 136000000 for blowing them out1 OFFICIAL ROUTE The Monon route from Louisville to Chicago has been selected as the official route for delegates alternates and visitors to the Republican national convention and a cordial invitation is extended by the Louisville delegation to those who go to join them and share their arrangements on the Monon route 821 p m train Sunday June 19 at Louisville Union station The fare will be 825 for the round trip sleeping car berth if wanted 2 Tickets should be purchased from starting point as similar reduction will be made by Kentucky lines but be sureyour ticket reads via Louisville and Monon routes Rates may be bad also from June 16 to 20 return llimit June 29 Address E Hi Bacon D P A Monon route Louisville for berth reservations- on official train cr for other information Iodine apote on linen will dissappear if soaked for a time in ammonia and rinsed in clear water II Ir- r O JOCKEY CLUB PARK Today and Tomorrow Rain or Shine The Crack First Imperial GermanyFORTYi e On leave of absence to play at the St Louis Exposition by special permission of Kaiser Wilbelm Refreshments at tables Admission 25 Cents NBXTINNES BAND Ptyoepix Jflll parK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimproved Parties closingcontracts rHIL NoW YorK lifO Policy is iucontestible from thelargest EDW A CROWLEY1 Spool x1 Agox isBoth Phones 1497 Room 44 ColumbIa Bldg GOALNow Is the time to order your winter supply of coal The following prices last for May and June only Pllisburg 1st Pool 325 Plttsburg 4th Pool 300 Jelllco 300 Laurel 275 Coal is freshly mined and well screened JOS DOUCHE TYf Home Phone 256 1416 West Broadway C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson Sf Both Telephones 1050 Allorders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaran- teedNORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 3360 700 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8RATTfRMAN Successor Mrs Geo Raiierman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Allcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST QO TO PioneerBottling House FOR itSTRAIGHT WHISKIES- BIG n JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa SNpJlFARE a o Chicago IILt AND RETURN VIA T- HEBibllr ROUiUt On account of Republican Convention J6 Tickets sold June 16171819 and 20 1904 Good returning until June 29 partlcuJara on Agents Big Four Route or address LynchGenlJQatesCARD OF THANKS LOUISVKIB KY June 121904We- wishto thank most sincerely our rela tives friends and neighbors also the Ladles Auxiliary of the A O H and Ladies Sodality of the Dominican church for their kind remembrance of our beloved daughter and sister Lizzie Hart nett We especially wish to thank Father consolbig designs and the pallbearers JAMHS HARTNKTT AND KAMIIY j o I U V sruozr Y1xaH arIIxoAN H1MIMMIHlI l 1nI 1 +1 1 11nlH 11 1HHHI ii +4 411 I+HH i14I I Union Ice Cream Co Fine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate85c per g- alBrlck4colors100 per gal t Special prices to dealers hotels boarding houses and all orders of five gal Ions or over We make and ship all kinds of Cream and Sherbet Capacity 100 gallons per hour Home Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 389 62 to 633 EIGHTH SOD AHHHl I I IIIHI MHMMHM1 I HI I MIM1 1 1 HHH 1 1 HMIM 1 I I 1 HH IIH 1 11 11 I HH IH+HfnIIII1 111 H I I H F t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 CT S PARRETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST luLASN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 111 i I I H HtHH I HHnlrl+1H+HH+H I Hool I MMMIH J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS r crr STREETShortr MIHHHHM Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913I Q rHI Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavOr Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors i ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MAD Telephone 1137 J 4 JOHN F OERTELBOTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KYII JOHN XS PRANKII WAITBRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopo LOUISVILLE KY J Spring styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas BIG FOUR p THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AM OINTa IW INDIANA and MICHIGAN Glsveland Buffalo Nil York Boston n AND ALL POINTS EAST I lufenaAtlon cheerfully furnished oR iceDIKIfrS JVGMM Geal Agent tPAttJt1 j JO SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE vIOOIerror f a ui iib In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Eassenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCManagerw I Katie A Smithformerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles andd Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas callsansweredpromply t BOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET PETER M INDRIOT 8SORB f WAGONH MANUFACTURERS brriaci RuMtiic art lUttw Tiro 21 M4 M7 WEST OWBft STV o WORLDS FAIR BALLOT NN INNN iN KENTUCKY iFIsNI PmERI aN- IAt01ZLtbS FAIL ALLOT I C I VOTK FOR A ADDRESS SIGNED 1Saturday June 18 1904 N69NNMA NA A9bc TALENT SHOWN A Large Audience Sees Pre sentation Academy exerelses Never before in its history has Presentation Academy had commencement exercises so pleasing to the Sisters the thosera profusion of medals crowns diplomas and certificates and the record of the scholars was almost phenomenal three fourths standing 90 per cent or higher When the hour for the exercises to com mence arrived the ball was filled with aI brilliant assemblage that occupied ever foot of available space The exercises consisted primarily of music recitationsI and essays the pupils showing greatl aptitude Upon the stage were four pianos upon which were played some exquisite trios and quartettes In a large room on the first floor was displayed the art and other work of the students including china decoration embroidery + drawing and painting Many of the pieces were of rare merit and excited the admiration of those who attended the commencementCrowns for the litera course were conferred on Miss Helen Hallinan and Miss Caroline Ritter andI a crown and diploma were conferred on Miss Elizabeth Fitzgerald Litera honors were conferred on Misses Irene L VEEdith M Gast The gold medal for Christian doctrine was given to John T Malone the gold medal for superior merit going to Miss Irene Curran Misi Mary Josephine OBrien won the goi medal for good conduct Gold medals in the musical department were awarded to Misses Katherine OBryan Rena Eckert Margaret King and Miss Genevieve Hackett Bishop McCloskey was present and iin happy address to the audience congratulated the students on the magnificent showing made by them under the instruction of the Sisters of Charity PROUD OP HIS TEAM Lafayette Council Y M I of New port is reported booming its thirteenth annual basket picnic which will be given July 4 at Glen Park The ball team mentioned in a former issue wit Joe Meagher as Captain played its first game with It picked nine with George Metzel at their head winning by a score of 29 to 9 Manager Hughes is proud of his team and stands ready to meet any jurisdiction SEES WORLDS PAIR Chief of Detectives William Sullivan has returned from St Louis where he attended the national convention of the Chiefs of Police and visited the World Fair While in the Mound City he was the guest of Chief Matthew Kieley Capt Sullivan fell into the hands of prominent Irish Americans andwas shown every attention especially at the Irish Exhibition which he says equals anything to be seen at the great fair UTOPIAN DRUM CORPS The Utopian Dance Club has organized a drum and trumpet corps and elected Tom OConnell as manager and leader The new corps made quite a showing iin the veteran firemens parade andat Mackin Council picnic they being the councils guests for the day They will1 thde MACKIN COUNCIL The meeting of Mackin Council last Monday night was unimportant Several1 communications were read and filed and three applications for membership referred to committees The Building Com mittee reported work progressing satisfactorily on the new club house whirl will be given a grand dedication when completed BASE BALL The Dusty Rhodes and Swamp Angels will cross bats at Rhodes Park Twenty sixth and Broadway streets tomorrow afternoon for a purse of 50 and the gate rivalrybetweencontest can be looked for VISITING PARENTS The Rev John McParland pMorsof the Catholic church at Pewee Valley and in charge of missions at Bedford Emi nence Gent and LgranReIa enjoying i T iepeadigWaltham Maw n SONG OP THE IRISH FISHERMANS WIPE Hushoh acushlal hush ob asthore Mother is here beside thee Neer heed the wind of the surf on the sbore No evil can betide thee Sleep then mavournefin sleep Mother her watch will keep Hush oh alannal hush oh aroonl Ob but the winds howlin madlyl See the clouds scuddin1 so fast be the moon Sure an me hearts tremblin sadly I Mother of Mercyto baby an me Be good and send father home safe from the sea IHushob acushla hush oh aroonl crashinIyFatherll be Hftin the latch very soon r IHow fierce on the rocks it is dashinI Sleep then tnavourncen sleep Mother her watch will keep Hush ob alannal hushob asthorel Theres fathers step on the shingle Mother of Mercyl who brought him t the shore Our prayers an our praises we 1 mingle Sleep then mavourneen an b1 as Mary mild tohirysI childWELL ATTENDED ryThe social meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary Wednesday night was welt1 thde doss from all the divisions Three ap plications were received and an invita tins to the union picnic was accepted A pleasant feature was Mrs D J OCon dnor recitation of Van Bibbers Leap and the solos rendered by Sylvester Doyle and Misses Mayme keenan Allc Butler and Mary Corcoran Miss Mar Sheridan made an address that was fa I of wit and humor The ladies wer urged to send Miss Foley to the nationali convention Miss Mary Cavanaugh presided with a grace that pleased alli present BENEFITS OP NEATNESS Neatness is a good thing for a girl andl if she does not learn it when she Iis young she never will It takes a g l deal of neatness to make a girl 100 attractive A girl that is not neatly onhB to look at her Her face may be pretty and her eyes bright but if there is a spot of dirt on her cheek and her finger ends are black with ink and her aproyL and her skirts torn she will not be liked Learn to be neat and when you have learned the lesson it will almost take care of itself A WOMANS HEART A womans heart is a very queer thing on the whole It falls in love in the most unaccountable way with the most unaccountable men It is a hard thing treason o with and a much harder thing to reason about yet there are some things which may be said to those wh judgment is not yet blinded by a passion that contemns reason You should marry to willingbend n manage without his knowledge or with his consent The instances are very rare in which two strong wills can harmonize in close companionship They must both be governed by principle and be mutu ally forbearing from principle I have 1seen noble instances of this but not often The law of nature is that the wife shall bend to the husband that her will shall at least be subject yet ther are instances of true affection between man and woman when subjection on the partof the man becomes the law of nature + the womans judgment being the best and her will the strongest In these cases the female mind possesses mascu line characteristics and the male mind feminine characteristics and it is just as proper that her mind should govern iin others But there is something unnatural in this after altor something should say out of the common order of things HAVE YOU FALLEN INTO THE HABIT Did you ever notice how many people there are who seldom if ever speak wellIl of any other person Did yon ever notice yourself falling into that habit Perhaps unconsciously until very noticeable and at once ditinKto others Life forII each isi hard enough without having others to magnify faults and give th publicity Why make life harder for any person Watch yourself and dont allow yoaiIlbq of all you kooW Tkre are good traits of oHmtedu eTaryIWedojobpriaUog RIGHT MOVE Official Visits to Be Paid to Hibernians Throughout the State The State and county officers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have de ceded to pay officials visits to the divis ions of the order throughout the State This is regarded by Louisville members as a move in the right direction one that will lead to the organization of new divisions and an increase in membership This announcement was made Tuesday night at the meeting of Division 1 by State President Keenan and County President Sullivan With a picked degree team they expect to visit Paris early in July and then Ashland and Covington On these trips the officers will be ac companied by delegations of visitors The meeting of Division 1 was well attended and was made lively by the- o good natured argument started by Tom Dolan and John Mutiny All bills were 11paid and the assessments for the State Boardwere ordered forwarded to States Secretary McGinn This action insures a handsome allowance for the represents tives to the National and State conven tions There were no applications or initiations but invitations were received to visit the Ladies Auxiliary and Divis ion 2 Division 1 has no one on the sick list and its members are all employed Chairman Joe Dougherty and James Kenealey told of the arrangements for the picnic Monday night Everything was ready for a good time and success was assured President Tynan and others pleaded for united efforts which would insure the Irish field day celebra tion later in the season eMOVE FOR HOT TEAM- s 11The Lexington Leader says a move is on foot among the members of Barry organithe necessary paraphernalia have been purchased and those interested will meet Tuesday evening after the regular meet purlposeof promoters to choose two prac ice teams from which a crack nine will ofkgames Covington Newport fort Louisville and other towns which have a Y M I organization will be ar ranged Heres a chance for the team just organized at Newport and also for the ball teams of the three local councils PARTICULAR COUNCIL At St Francis Hall on Monday night there was a gratifying attendance at the Particular Council meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society nearly all the conference Presidents being there Much proceedlugsA proposition relating to the Worlds Fair was submitted by Thomas Feeley for consideration at the meetings that occur wfthin the next few weeks ATTEMPTose Last Monday it became known in St Louis that an attempt by some unknown person was recently made to blow up with dynamite the Church of St Anthony which is in charge of Franciscans The explosive a stick of dynamite was dis covered under the altar attached to a fuse running to one of the candles In ability of an attendant to light this par ticular candle led to the discovery of the fuse and dynamite BANQUETeThe regular monthly social gathering and banquet of the Catholic Club of this city was held Monday evening in the parlors of the Catholic Womans Club Several members were absent from the city but the excellent menu was thoroughly enjoyed by those presentI President Tom Walsh presided and several impromptu talks were made REAPPOINTED Monday Judge Joseph Pryor reap poined John Caseilly official stenographer for the Criminal Division of the Jefferson Circuit Court For the past four years Stenographer Caasilly has filled the posi tion most acceptably and his reappoint ment for another term of tour yeara gives J satisfaction to the bar as well as blsI numerous friendaIeoDONSTHE BLUe J Michael ONeil was notified Tuesday the Board of Public Safety of his appointment as patrolman He hu gong oa duty and Ida friends feel confident tlutke will live K good MOOuMt of 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division at Wilbur for membership in which there were then twentythree ap plicationsDivision 5 of Providence R I be lieves that a good bank account gives stability to the organization and therefore has appointed a special Ways and Means Committee for increasing the funds in treasuryHibernians of Chicago and Cook county have decided to hold the annual county picnic at Gardners Park on July 3 and County President OSullIvan has been elected Chairman of the general commit tee making the arrangements Twentyfive thousand members of the order are expected at the forthcoming national convention which convenes at St Louis on July 19 The Lindell Hotel where the winners of our popularity con test will stop has been selected for head quarters The Ladles Auxiliary of Chicago is conducting a vigorous warfare on the caricaturing of the Irish race They started with the stage Irish woman as portrayed by the Russell brothers whose infamous acting of tbe Irish servant girl should be promptly squelched Denis Murphy and John Churchill were a tie in the contest just closed in Division 1 of St Paul and the purse of goldwas divided evenly between the two enthusiastic hustlers for bringing in the most members to that solid lodge of Hi bernians in the past few months The Ladles Auxiliary of Galveston held a splendid Thomas Moore anniver sary celebration in the Cathedral Hall A feature was the oration delivered by the pastor of the Cathedral Rev Father Kirwin Rev Father Lowry was also present and paid an eloquent tribute to the great Irish poet Division 9 of St Paul initiated twenty six new members at its last regular meeting Its wonderful says the Irish Standard where they all come from but there seems to be no letup at all to the growth of the Hibernian society in St Panl as the reports will show at the coming State convention to be held in the historic and patriotic city of Still waterMembers of Division Rifle Corps of Buffalo received holy communion in a body at St Patricks church on Sunday morning a week ago and later were guests of the pastor at breakfast in the large parish hall The beautiful out door service of Corpus Christ followed the high mass the Rifle Corps acting as guard of honor to the procession through the church and grounds Tuesday July 5 Division 1 of Syracuse will initiate thirteen new members The County Board degree team will put up the work and a musical and literary en tertainment will follow and refreshments will be served National President Dolan has been invited to attend and deliver a short address previous to bis departure for the national convention It is in tended to increase the membership by 100 within three months r PROTECTED Tile VETERANS Capt Thomas Maher and John Sexton two of the best known detectives in the country spent the week in Nashville at the reunion of the Confederate Veterans Whenever there are large gathering the authorities call for the aMUtance of the local detectives who aces terror to evil doers LoeeisvilkhaJ MMOU 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full trimmed with fine lace insertion habit back For cool dress wear none will suit the purpose better m00000000000 0000 IRISH Sijm lY DIR ClijRY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues dayEvenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice President Joseph WDougherty Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranFlnancialSecretaryIohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Qninn Vice President Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Bums 807 Twentythird street Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArniSpat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street ShelleyFirst P Shaugh nessySecond Vice PresidentFredHerp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 254i St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerPrank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney PresldentJ L Cunniffe Second Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C- oLaner Financial Secretary Robert G Goe belTreasurerWltUam N Cast MarshalM F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outstde SentinelM P Ziegler WILL MEET HERE The Campbell County Federation of Catholic Societies at a meeting held last Sunday at Newport passed resolutions requesting State President Witte to call the State convention of the Catholic federation to meet in Louisville some time in July and thus comply with the desire of members of the Jefferson County federation This action settles the place of holding the convention and all that now remain to be done is to select the date UNITYS OUTINO Unity Council Y M I of New Al banywill entertain its members and rieada Monday vq tb a private picnic sad excursion to Sugar Grove This splendid organization lethe first to give an outing of this character and all who go ate assured a dy+ of reap eajoyjaent AL band will aoeompariy theme pity and will play both convert alp dance mac AiiiinteresUg pNgftnime of amuse awls lsw bees arranged for the after ssaon- u u IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges There were 581000 Protestant Episcopalians in Ireland at the date of the last census There were 3308000 Catholics Intimation has been received in Omagh of the appointment to the Commission of tbe Peace of Daniel Hackett of Omagh and Patrick McAleer of Mountfield Doth gentlemen are strong Nationalists and the appointment has given the greatest satisfaction among all classes- A sad occurrence took place at Ballin garry County Limerick when Edward Kearney drank by mistake a quantity of poison which bad been supplied to him for external use When the accident was discovered medical aid was summoned I but death took place soon afterward Rockingham House the country seat of His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant has been inspected by W Foster of Ashley House London who it is understood has been sent to Ireland to report on the most eligible place available as a royal residence for the King or Prince of Wales He expressed himself as being better pleased with Rockinghant than any other places he had visited The Parliamentary return has been published showing the number of laborers cottagers applied for in every Union in Ireland under the last com pleted scheme the number sanctioned the number of applications for extra half acres to cottages already built and the entire cost of the schemes From this return it appears that 8148 cottages were applied for and 4092 sanctioned Springtime in Ireland has come to be the opportunity for those Gaelic festivals that are imparting so much brightness and so many elements of culture into the popular life The celebrations during Whitsuntide have been unusually inter esting In Wexford in Kerry and in Mayo the season has been marked by celebrations of great promise His Grace the Archbishop of Tuam opened the Mayo feis in a speech that contained both encouragement and wise counsel for the Gaels of the West The tenants on the County Roscommon estate of Sir Nicholas K OConnor British Embassador at Constantinople were notified to meet the agent Col Comyn at Dundermot near Castlerea to pay the halfyears rent due When paying the November rent the agent in formed the tenants that on the rent being paid he would entertain the question of the terms of purchase The agent then offered to sell at twentyfive years pur chase on second term rents and the ten ants offered to buy at twenty years pur chase which the agent declined to accept The tenants again raised the question of purchase and the agent offered to sell at twenty three years purchase The ten ants again offered twenty years but no agreement was come to The consecration of St Patricks Cathe dral will take place on July 24 next A gratifying announcement is made with respect to the approaching ceremony The Pope has consented to the desire of his Eminence Cardinal Logne that one of the Roman Cardinals should preside on the occasion In conformity with the consent of his Holiness Cardinal 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