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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I KENTUCKY IRJSH AMERICAN VOLUME XIILNO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 20 1904 PRIG FIVE CENTS THOLICKNIGHTS Receive Reports of Prococtlliij of Special Supremo Coun cil Convention The Saloon Keepers anti Liquor Dealers Placed on Haz ardous List- PresldontVeonenian Announces Call For Kentucky State I Council THE EXCURSION TO WORLDS FAZE The Catholic Knights of America have been receiving the reports of what was done at tare special convention of the Supreme Council at St Louis last week New rates of assessment considerably higher than those heretofore prevailing were adopted but provision was math for the older members whereby they will not find it difficult to maintain their membership Those over sixty years old will be required to pay only GO per cent of the assessment the balance being taken from a reserve fund set aside for that purpose After a heated debate the council placed saloon keepers and liquor dealers in the extra hazardous list for which a special rate has been made Anthony Matte was elected Supreme Secretary to succeed Gerard Reiter deceased Before adjourning the Supreme body provided two options wherebymembers who need assistance can obtain relief The new rates and laws go into effect November 1 and as it will be impossible to tell the result it would be improper to pass judgment at this time Last Friday night the Louisville Cen tral Committee met in regular session at St Marys Hall all the officers present and ten branches represented In response to President Rogers call the Executive and Membership Committees reported progress For the Entertain ment Committee Secretary E J Mann reported in detail the arrangements and what was being done for the coming Catholic Knights excursion to the Worlds Fair His report was very encouraging and pleased all the dele gates Branches 4 25 and 32 sent word that they had applications on band but were waiting to hear the action taken on the rerating question State President Veeneman who was present stated that he had been requested by thirtyone branches in Kentucky to call the State Council together at New port on September G instead of September 13 and in compliance therewith he had Issued the call for the date requested This action will contribute largely to the success of the Central Committees Worlds Fair trip for Catholic Knights dayUnder the good of the order William C Smith spoke at some length on the question of rerating the past present and future of the order and was ap plauded when he closed his remarks Delegate Edward Neuhaus of the Glau bensbote in referring to the convention being held at St Louis took occasion to score Joseph Berning editor of the Cath olio Knights Journal whom he charged with having had newspapermen excluded from the sessions At this point President Rogers was handed a telegram signed by Supreme Trustee McGinn and Supreme Delegate Reichert which read as follows Rate tables unanimously adopted Old members relieved by two satisfactory options Call general meeting to hear complete report Anthony Matre elected Supreme SecretaryUpon motion II the Central Committee voted to hold a general open meeting pn Friday night August 10 A special com mittee was appointed to confer with Rev Father Westerman and afterward stated that St Marys large hall had been secured Secretary Martin was instructed s to notify all branches of the action taken and invite their members to be present Delegate Henry Bosquet brought out some valued information and also made several wise suggestions relating to the St Louis excursion It can be positively stated that all who want to remain over can do so without any increase in rates The committee feels that no other society or party will be able to make such an offer before the fair closes and hopes that all members will fake advan tage of it PASSIONIST MISSIONARY Attracts Throngs That Neces sitate Holding Open All Services The Kentucky Irish American cheer fully gives space to the following letter from one of its Grayson county readers t telling of the great mission held in St Benedicts church at Wax of whichI Rev Father Havelbtug is pastor Again one of the Paseionist fathers I Father Gaudentiua lain our midst For weeks and weeks we have been anxiously awaiting for the missionary and our expectations have been realized to their fttilMi extent wen far beyond our most aHguire bopee Tl tnlseion openedI o I 8 dj with the pieIIiaa4 trtcttotiI U of the mission crucifix The openIng sermon followed in which the missionary principally dwelt upon the necessity of corresponding to Gods grace contrast ing the effects of accepting it with those of rejecting it The people left the church with the determination to follow his advice To receive not the grace of God in vain- During the week the mass and sermon were at 0 oclock each day and the after noon services were held at 2 oclock We remained around the church all day Scarcely could we make our dally visit to the mission crucifix on account of the number of people who were constantly making the stations On Tuesday after noon Father Gaudentius spoke on Jhi sin of scandal It is a sermon never to be forgotten Before he made the prayer to the crucifix the whole congregation fell on their knees The Christian home was the subject of Wednesdays sermon lIe described the home as it should be and as it is impressing upon us the reasons of the sad change Following Thursdays sermon on death we were encouraged on Friday by one on the mercy of God as shown forth in the Passion the good shepherd giving his life for his sheep At the request of some of the many nonCatholics who attended the mission we had a special service Thursday A special committee requested him to prove the Catholic doctrine of purgatory Four ministers were present and we although Catholics were greatly interested in this subjectSunday after the late mass the mission closed The church was entirely too small for the people all during the mission but especially on Sunday so we had the closing in the open air on the brow of the hill in front of the church The sermon was on heaven and lasted one hour Then the Iapal benediction was imparted to us This was perhaps the most touching part of the mission even strong hearty men being in tears Father Gaudentlus left for Big Clifty for a mission there and from thence he goes to Grayson Springs but his memory will be long cherished by us We will live in the hope that our good pastor t Father Havelburg will have another mission soon again and that he will have the same father or at least one of the Possionists to conduct it- RIVALRY J 1 I Continues For the Lead In J Louisville Hibernian pt Circles 1 For some months past there has been I a rather strong but friendly rivalry I between the local Hibernian divisions foree the lead in membership which has helped- to I materially swell the ranks of eachee The announcement by Secretary Patrick j Welsh at the meeting of Division 3 on e Monday night that the application of Mike Francis had been received and that a class of eight were awaiting the degrees waSreceived with hearty applause by the large number present After a short talkII by President Tom Quinn it was resolved to add large numbers to the class before the next initiation Division 3 will be represented in the State convention by Messrs Thomas Quinn Joseph Cooney William Burns I Dennis J Coleman and John Riley The alternates are Patrick King John Morris John Karman Patrick Begley and Lawrence j J MackeyIPatrick White and Charles Brown were reported on the sick list The other bus iness was only of a routine character ItI is not likely that any of the divisions will inaugurate any movement of importance until after the meeting at Cov ington SPECIAL COACHES For Delegates From Coving ton and Newport to the Grand Council Three special coaches have been chartered for the Newport Bellevue Dayton ovington and Cincinnati delegations that will attend the opening day of the convention of Kentucky jurisdiction of the Young Mens Institute at Lexington tomorrow Lafayette Council will carry along its ball team who will play the Lexington Y M I in the afternoon at the new Traction Park The Cincinnati delegations are anxious to witness the new degree work and unless the hour is changed their arrival will be after the time scheduled for the initiatory cere monies Robert Doyle Councils large representation this year is made possible owing to the Ohio jurisdiction conven tion being held in Virginia the distance preventing their usual active participa lion in their own Grand Conncil III FLANAGAN IS A WONDER A new worlds record was established by John Flanagan of the Greater New York Irish Athletic Association in throwing the fiftysixpound weight in the games of the Tipperary Mens Asso elation at Celtic Park Long Island In ai regular event open to registered athletes Flanagan won after sending the ulstile with unlimited run arid follow ar distance of forty feet two inches The fformer record which was twentyone inches short of the new mark warn heldl by James MitcBellj of the New York Athletic Club When lie result WMI inBOjunced the tpecUtoni set up a great bow1fortht IrUu woad r nI II 0 J COUNTY BOARD Moots In Regular Quarterly Ses sion and Transacts Much Business Receives Interesting Reports From the State and Divis ion Officers Will Send Full Quota of Delegates to the Covington Convention DIVISION 4 TO GIVE ENTERTAINfflEN The quarterly meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was held in their hall at Seventh and Market streets last Friday night Presi dent Patrick Sullivan occupied the chair and delegates from the four divisions re sponded to the roll call The report for Division 4 showed a net increase of thir teen names with a total membership of 200 Treasurer Hellons financial statement showed an increase of over 100 in his hands and their funds hesaid would be largely augmented before the first ol the year if the division met with no un expected reverses The officers and mem bers of Division 4 were warmly com mended for their work and the excellent showing made- Chairman Sullivan announced that theI next quarterly meeting would be held jointly with the county convention the date for which will be set after the call for the Covingtou convention is issued He urged all division Secretaries to have their reports up to June 30 ready for the County Secretary as soon as possible otherwise their delegates may not be seated in either of the coming conven tionsUpon the request of President John Hennessey permission was given to DI- vision 4 to hold the next picnic or enter tainment given by the Hibernians of thisI city The time and place may be designated by the Division at the meeting next Wednesday night Upon being called for State President Keenan expressed himselfpleased with the progress of the order in Kentucky The Covington division and Ladies Auxiliary were doing well and encourag ing reports had been received from Paris and Ashland Referring to the State convention he said he was anxiously awaiting advices from the county and division officers at Covington and that just as soon as he heard from them the date would be announced This conven tion he said would be the largest and most influential ever held by theHiber nianlans in Kentucky and he therefore urged all the auxiliaries and divisions to send their full representation County President Sullivan told what had been done at the meeting of the Catholic Federation and made a strong plea for that organization The proceed ings of the national convention were summarized and the action thus taken met with unanimous approval When the question of an Irish field day came up it was apparent the members thought the season too far advanced and therefore its friends did not force the matter They thought unless the field day received the support of every Hiber nian it would be better to defer it to next year This will enable all to lend their assistance to Division 4 for their coming celebrationThe Board will send to the State Convention Messrs Patrick Sulli van Joe Dougherty Patrick Welsh and John J Sullivan Sr The divisions are entitled to five delegates each and all are urged to be fully represented They have all elected alternates which will give Louisville an imposing delegation MACKIN COUNCIL Blccfs Directors For Its New Building and Relief Society Mackin Council met Tuesday night at- St Cecilias Hall and perfected all or angements for the trip to Lexington tomorrow morning George Simonis and Charles Raidy were appointed to act as Marshals of the parade that will take place at Lexington and reported that Mackin would make a good showing The recently organized Building and Relief Club an important adjunct to the council held a short session and selected ai Board of Directors composed of seven members They are Messrs William Kerberg Frank Murphy Augustus J Jizot Richard W Galway Barney Flynn Charles Raidy and George Lautz The board immediately organized by the election of William Kerberg as Chairman and i Frank Murphy as Secretary Treasurer All members who intend taking the Lexington trip are requested to meet at the Seventhstreet depot before 730 oclock ELECTION FOR ALTERNATES DlvWoB 1 and 4 of the Ancient Order off U1lCt1iall8wilielect alternate dele gates to the state I1vel1tIPflat the meet ipto beheld next week and therefore the officer urge all nmuben to be pre gut i U d re i ALBERT Z MARTIN Popular Candidate for State Secretary Catholic Knights of America 5ySy5y52x5vSx8x8y55 A8SxSSy y8yxSy5yJySx v LADIES AUXILIARY 1 Making Preparations For Sera les of Interesting Fall and Winter Meetings t The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernian met at their hall Wednesday night andI took the first steps looking to an interesting series of fall andwinter meetings and entertainments The attendance wasj gratifying and all present concurred n the suggestions made by Miss Mary Corcoran who spoke quite eloquently on the benefits conferred by membership in thfe splendidwomans organization Ji Miss Ella OConnelt was instructed to write the State President for information regarding the State convention and their representation Upon motion it was decided to have an initiation on the first Wednesday of next month to be followed by a social session vat the succeeding meeting The ladies also voted to have ia euchre at the hall on October 5 for which handsome prizes will be offered Before adjourning the ladies expressed their sympathy for Miss Mary Foley on the death of her sister TOAST 1 r 8y II To King Edward Was Entirely Unnecessary Said Car dinal Loguc The most remarkable event affecting the relations between Ireland and Eng land that has occurred in recent years transpired during the consecration the great Irish Cathedral at Armagh the ceremonies incidental to which took place two weeks ago Over 200000 people from all parts of Ireland were present and great Catholic dignitaries from al most every European country in recog nition of the restoration of the great pri mate Cathedral of the land of St Patrick Cardinal Vanutelli came from Rome to represent the Pope and the Duke of Nor folk the head of the English Roman Catholics was on hand to represent that country But the Duke came on another and a more important errand than to merely participate in the ceremonies of consecration says a cablegram from Dub lIn At the great banquet given by Arch Bishop Logue the Duke tried to have the toast of King Edward proposed To his request the aged Cardinal replied that the toasting of the King was entirely un necessary and that the sentiment of the Irish people and those present at the great gathering was opposed to the idea Then the wily Duke tried to have the toast of the head of the church and the toast of the King coupled and offered to respond for his Britannic Majesty The Cardinal it is said was on the point of yielding to the Dukes request and the joint toast was about to be placed on the programme when some of the local papers got wind of the idea A great popular outcry was raised ag instany toadying to the King of England on the occasion of the consecration of Irelands own Cathedral and the Cardinal at once abandoned the idea The Duke of Norfolk who is known as a bitter op ponent of the aspirations of the Irish people remained throughout the ceremonies and sat at the banquet table with the other foreign guests but he was not heard from among the speakers A remarkable feature of the consecration was that the hymn specially composed for the occasion was in the Gaelic language and that the address presented to Cardinal Logue the Primate from his flock was in the same old tongue This was taken by the visitors as a forcible illustration of the progress made by the movement for the revival of the Gaelic language How mazy schools in Ireland teach this language if any inquired the Duke of Norfolk of Cardinal Logue Ten years ago not a word was taught in the schools said the Cardinal Now it is taught in 1100 primary schools and in all the higher school But what will it all come tot sug geeted the Duke cynicallyl Ireland will be an Irish Ireland before a century passes WM the aged Cardi naPs response- It is understood the English Govern ment is very much chagrined at the Jail are of the tattquterauat the great cele bration to toMt tlteJC18aad the Erg lpepersarelCl1 it is anothe- rfUaslratfoaofthe Hwwittg disloyalty la 1reWH1 0a0 BOURBON County Citizens Enjoy n Pleas ant Day at Hibernian Picnic One of the Largest Gatherings Ever Soon In Vicinity- of Paris The Now Division Wants to TRIm the Load in Kentucky INVITE STATE AND COUNTY OFFICER Thursday of last week will long remain a pleasant memory in the minds of the good people of Bourbon and the adjacent counties but especially of the AncIent Order of Hibernians who gave their first and one of the most successful picnic ever held in Kentucky For several weeks the leading IrishAmericans of Paris had been preparing for the event which took place in Wrights beautiful woodland situated two miles this side of Paris on the interurban railway From Paris and Lexington cars ran at short intervals and as each unloaded its throngs of pas sengers expressions of delight were heard at the animated scene presented The arrangements were made by such well known citizens ItS J E Grace George T Lyons Malachy Flanagan E H Gorey P T McCarthy George Browner W P Cary B J Brannon John Schwartz Patrick Lanigan J B Dempsey T C Lenihan and others and nothing that could be desired was left undone Upon entering the woodland a mon ster sign called all to the Irish village claimed to be half the picnic Here Mike Thornton had a unique and varied exhibition the leading exhibits being The Harp That Once Thro Tara s Halls the last snake to leave Ireland- a man who never told a lie Hung in Donald Aboo ruins of China County Kerry bat black diamond dug up in County Roscommon ruins of Pompeii Fiunegans ball etc Mikes lecture was both amusing and interesting and put everybody In Jood hlQJJe ere two country stores under the manage ment of Prof Edward Costello and Messrs William Grannan George Doyle John McDermott and John Jordan as rated by a number of ladies where anything to be found in a city department store was for sale These stores proved a great attraction for the women There were numerous tents where refreshments were dispensed and under he spreading oaks the ladies served an excellent dinner to thousands During the afternoon there were a number of ex citing contests especially the candidates foot race which was easily won from a large field by T E Moore Jr R C Gorey captured the prize in the fat mens race and R C Gorey Jr was declared WInner in the boys event T Keller Jr succeeded in climbing the greased pole but no one was able to capture Flanagans shaved pig which is supposed- to be running yet Operator Carey had charge of the wheel of fortune which was set in motion by the Kentucky Irish American Among the many prizes eagerly sought after by the young people was the marriage license offered by County Clerk Edward Patton well known as Baldy The directions upon which the license would be granted were somewhat novel it being necessary to first find the girl pay a good price for the prize then take to Old Baldy then to the minister and then blame nobody but yourself The lancing platform was thronged all day with young people and in the evening there was an open air concert by the splendid Elks band of Paris who created the greatest enthusiasm by their rendi tion of Irish and American airs Prominent among the visitors were Hon C B Ecton of Clark county who will be the next State Senator from that listrict and John Nunan of Winchester There were also large numbers from Lexington and othertowns and Division 1I of Paris netted over f1000 from their first picnic Much of this will be used for charitable purposes and also for a series of entertainments- So encouraged have the men of Paris become that they propose to soon lake the lead in Kentucky Hibernian affairs Tomorrow they will be visited by State and county officers and a degree team from this city will initiate another large class County President Grace and his ollowers are earnest workers and the other divisions must look out for them if hey do not want to be passed The Kentucky Irish American was accorded great consideration and was promised another large list of subscribers DOMINICANS bserve Anniversary of Ordi nation of Rev Father McFeely 0 F On Monday August 15ttie Feast of the AMure tfoi the Domtulcaa fathers of St Louis Bertrauds observed a pleas Jnt anniversary of the senior member ol their euuitawrity It WM the thirty Ea + wtk ar olv rtwy of ofdlwiUon to the rr- c 11 t priesthood of the well known and much beloved Father M A McFeely O P Thirtyfour years ago in the old frame church on Seventh street Father Me Feely was raised to the sacred dignity of the priesthood by the Right Rev P A Feehan then Bishop of Nashville Bishop McCloskey being in Europe at the time He was associated in this solemn event with three brother members of his order the Rev Father Kent O P now oi New York City the late Rev P A Dinahan O P P G and the Rev Albert Mc Shane O P who died some years ago inOhioFather McFeely and his companion completed their theological studies at St Louis Bertrands of this city when that convent was used as one of the scholasti cates of St Josephs American province of the Dominican order Among his pro fessors were the Rev Father Rooney O P who was well known by Louisville people thirty years ago and the Rev Pere Chocarne O P who was one of the most distinguished as he was one of the most learned members of the parisian province in France Father McFeely legion of friends throughout the city will undoubtedly wish him many happy re turns of the day with an especial prayer that he maybe spared to celebrate his golden jubilee in a manner worthy of the regard and esteem In which he Is universally heM BARRYS RECORD Makes Him a Strong Candi date For Supreme Delegate Among the delegates to the Y M I Grand Council next week will be Supreme Director John J Barry editor of the New Haven Echo who never misses a convention Speaking of him reminds us that his successor as Supreme Delegate will be elected at this meeting Who he will be is a question for the convention to decide Should John decide to enter the race gain his record as a member of the Omaha convention will be in his favor His change In the time of meeting to a late when reduced rates could be secured- is one that saves the order a considerable sum of money The present membership card that has proved to be so handy and such B good collector Is another of his laws But his hardest battle was fought on the new degrees for the order At the tart he was almost alone but gradually he won the opposition and had the com nlUee appointed The proceedings of Ule convention show that he was one of he hardest working members of that body The next Supreme Council will meet at Colorado Springs on October 10 As Delegate Barry will go there as a Supreme Director it will be good economy to let him again represent the Kentucky jurisdiction as their delega- teJEFFERSONVILLE Miss Irene Burns and Edward Coy Win Hibernian Prizes Tuesday night there was a great outpouring at Forest Park Jeflersonville showing that the Hibernian spirit is awake and healthy in our sister city The occasion was the annual picnic of Division 1 A O H which was given under the aurplces of the younger members The large crowd was well entertained and all spent a delightful evening There were varied amusements and music and lancing and all were kept on the go It goes without saying that a nice sum was ealizedGreat Interest centered in the two contests between the ladles for a handsome gold ring and the gentlemen for a costly emblem of the order The race was Ively from start to finish and the winner was not decided until the last moment when the prizes were awarded to Miss rene Burns and Edward Coy They were warmly congratnlated by their op lonents as well as their friends Both ire popular and their efforts contributed much to the success of the picnic The effersonvllle division is now in a flourishing condition PLEASANT JOURNEY Monday a party of distinguished Kentuckians will leave New York for a six weeks journey through France The arty will include Col F Joseph Herr mann and wife and Circuit Court Clerk Will Weller and wife of this city Right Rev Edmond Obrecht Abbot of Geth mani Madame Bouron of Mt Olive Nelson county and Rev Father Kiefer who is returning to his native land Members have been calling upon Messrs Herr mann and Weller to wish them a pleasant oyage and safe return home While broad they will spend some time in Alsace Lorraine visiting friends and scenes of Col Hermanns boyhood days GREATLY PLEASED The Lebanon Enterprise says the Rev James J Pike and the parishioners of St Charles church were greatly pleased over the magnificent attendance at the icnlc held under the auspices of St Charles congregation in the famous rove of St Marys College in Marlon county It is estimated that over 2000 people were present being the largest rowd in the grove since the big picnic iven years ago by the college when t000 or more attended The net pro eels we are told are notfar from 1800 whisk shows that the gathering peut money ire hy TROUBLE 1In tho Ladies Catholic Benevo lent Association May Disru-pt Organization Serious Charges Made Against Officers by Editor of Oath ollc Union rMomhors in New York and Brooklyn Are Greatly Incensed EXTRAVAGANCE AND DOUBLE DEALING There is trouble in the Ladies Catholic Benevolent Association which threatens to disrupt the organization The difficulties began with the late convention in St Iaul when Mrs Eliza beth B McGowan of Buffalo and Mrs M E Costello of Brooklyn were oppos ing candidates for Supreme President of intenselyblUer chargedbyFraternal Leader the official organ of the L C B A was transferred from Buffalo to Chicago although the rate charged in Chicago is considerably higher than that asked In Buffalo The inference is also drawn that the printing patronage was given to Chicago in order to get the dele gates in that city for Mrs McGowan Father Cronin In the Catholic Union and Times which is under the direction of Bishop Colton says In the placing of its printing as in many other ways has ever been manifested that disregard of the sacred trust reposed In the rulers of the L C B A The per capita tax is at least double what it should be and this results in o general fund so unnecessarily large that there is an everpresent temptation to spend it recklessly The printing for the L C B A instead of being given to the lowest responsible bidders as Is the almost uni versal custom in fraternal societies has been doled out regardless of price as a sort of perequislte to the various mem bers of the Board of Supreme Trusteesa bit here and a bit there Whereas had correct business methods been followed a large sum of money would have been saved to the members If that reform in the expenditures of moneys so badly needed in many directions is to begin in the printing awards when the Board of Trustees holds its next meeting amid the pleasureinviting surroundings at Atlan tic City the society Is to be congratulated The cost of the St Paul convention to the L C B A was 53000 and Father Cronin estimates that the increase in ex penses as a result of awarding printing contracts to favor itwill reach at leastT10000 a year He points out also that In deciding on Denver as the place of holding the next convention is in con tempt of the interests of the order as the membership is chiefly in the East and junkettakenwill fall heavily on those not able to bear It- Members of the L C B A in New York and Brooklyn are greatly incensed over the defeat of Mrs Costelloe for President of the order because of the manner in which it was accomplished It Is the belief here In view of the attacks In the Catholic Union and Times that thevchurch will soon take cognizance of theyy publishedbythe directorate and writes a column for it every week and guides its politics It iis the assumption therefore that the articles In the Union and Times have his full in ilorsement Right Rev Charles H Collon Bishop of Buffalo has declined to discuss the trouble in the Ladies Catholic Benevo lent Association It would be manifestly IntherelationRev lic Union and Times and an orator of national fame is not so reticent TRINITY COUNCIL Will Appear TomorroWat Lex ington With Handsome Badges Trinity Councils on Monday night was well attended President Cooney in a feeling manner officially notified the council of the death of one of its valued members Henry Hulskamp who had been ill for six mouths but bore his sufferings with Christian fortitude and resignation Members of Trinity expect tomake a big hit tomorrow Wearing their newly adopted badges in the national colors they will make a fine showing on the Y atLexingtonRECOVERING The many friends of Joseph Rehm the engineerhol yinjuredImpfoviflgtiadllyi peal Q j tWAiHt TY i VK v rfiiaiijiilt iI 1 tQNTUOKY IRISH AlD3RIOAN jl KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN a ieroted to Ute Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans 1 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at tbe Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter VldiMiall Commuelcallon to tke KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Oreen Street DN TRAOES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE RY SATURDAY AUGUST ao 1904 ANOTHER OBJECT LESSON The Kentucky Irish America has on several occasions of late referred to the flagrant violation of the law against the carrying of con cealed deadly weapons Ninetenth of the homicides and even murder which occur in Louisville every yea are the result of carrying concealed deadly weapons Another homicide was added to the long list last week when Francis J Hagan was killed by John R T Barbour The sorrowing relative and friends of the deceased say iit murder Howwas a coldblooded ever this may be the killing was conthecealed and deadly weapons In February 1903 Hagan and Barbour who were neighbors engaged in a shooting scrape near their homes in Bullitt county and illfeeling had existed between then ever since When Barbour saw Hagan getting off the train at Hubers Station on Thursday of last week he says he thought he saw Hagan make a movement as iif to draw a gun when he shot him The evidence however shows tha Hagan was unarmed Had Barbou been unarmed the tragedy woulc never have occurred and further more had Hagan and Barbour beet punished for engaging in the shooting affray of February 1903 neither would have been so ready to renew hostilities Both are of very prominent Kentucky families Hcgan is now in his grave and the life off Barbour has been blighted even if he is not hanged or sent to the penitentiary for life Every cent he has will be spent in his de fense and he will never know a q days peace Every good citizen should by precept and example dis courage the carrying of concealed deadly weapons Every man con victed of the offense should be fined and sent to jail for thirty days as the law directs and in a few yeaii the practice may be broken up THE POOL ROOriS It has been demonstrated that the pool rooms where betting on horse races is carried on can be closed il the officers of the law want to close them Pool selling outside of race tracks is unlawful in Kentucky The city of Louisville some time ago put a stop to it and the pool room keepers moved from the city to a point just outside the limits where they carried on their busi ness Remarkable to relate hundreds of men followed the poolrooms to the county Judge Gregory has demonstrated that pool rooms can be closed in the county as well as in the city If reports be true no form of gambling has brought more ruin to men in Louisville than pool buying and Judge Gregorys action in closing the pool rooms is indorsed by the people of this com munity Those who want to bet on horse races should go to the track and bet while the races are going on This thing of making a daily practice of this form of gambling should be stopped The pool room keepers and book makers have made fortunes out of the people of Louisville Will any of them follow the example of Patrick Cadogan of Dublin re cently deceased He achieved fame tt through the magnitude of his operations A cablegram from Dublin says Cadogtns will which has Jflat been proved disposes of proper y amounting in value to upward of5ooooowhieb If divided among his relatives friends and charities That PaisyV heart was in the rightplace is shown ytpK ne- ropft of 100000 to DnbHu in u to stitutions His relatives got sums varying from 5000 to 50000 Patsy did not forget his friends on the turf several thousand beinj disposed of in that quarter Atone time his telegraphic address was Cadogan Dublin and embar rassing confusion was created whet the Earl of Cadogan went to Ire land The Earl received several cablegrams intended for the book maker and Patsy got others des tined for the Earl ventually the bookmaker changed his address to Patsy Dublin by which name he was familiarly known until his death A DISAPPOINTHENT The Knights of Pythias encampment held in Louisville during the past week was a disappointnent It is expressing it mildly to say that the crowd did not come up to our hopes and the showing considering the large amount con tributed was not at all up to the expectations The Knights did not mingle much among the wholesale or retail houses which contributed to their entertainment The parade was not what was expected and in fact the whole encampment did not come up to what was looked for Louisville always treats her vis itors hospitably and it is a wonder that more people did not come here after all the advertising that was done It was expected that 10000 Knights would be in parade but there were not more than 4000 It was expected that there wouldbe 40000 strangers in the city during the encampment but not more than 10000 showed up and most of them were from Indiana towns It is doubtful if these large gatherings are of any real benefit to a city A large State convention of either political party or a State assem blage of any of the large benevolent orders where everybody pays his own way would be of more benefit We are glad the Knights of Pythias enjoyed themselves while here and hope they have gone away with a good impression of Louis ville AS TO SALOON LICENSES The License Board on several occasions of late has refused to grant licenses to persons who sought to open saloons in residence neighborhoods where the people living in the vicinity had I protested This was right and proper There are about 875 saloons in Louisville and the liquor interests will show wis dom in not trying to force more saloons in neighborhoods where the people do not want them particu larly in the vicinity of churches and schoolhouses Judge McCann and Messrs Herrmann and Bren nan who compose the License Board have shown good judgment- in refusing liquor license in several cases lately and also in issuing orders closing disorderly houses Although Mr Herrmann is in the wholesale liquor business he does not wish to force saloons on localities where they are not wanted CONSCIENTIOUS MILLIONAIRE ICharles M Schwab the steel magnate and multimillionaire is different from most of his ilk He evidently has not forgotten his early raining under the Franciscan fathers Mr Schwab organized a theme to control shipbuilding in he East and in connection therewith bought the Bethlehem Steel- Works The scheme worked well or awhile but the courts decided gainst the validity of the scheme and the stock which WM quoted way above per went down to a Goat nothing Hundreds operIOGII u n 0 stoCkjMrtion to those investors but he returned all the money to the stockholders who had lost The amount involved was over 1000000 but Mr Schwab sent checks to each one Several of the investors live in Cin cinnati and Newport Ky The act of Mr Schwab is so unusual that iit is attracting attention all over tbe country None of the other mill ionaires who induce people to in vest in wildcat enterprises are con scientious enough to return the money to investors and Mr Schwabs action in this matter is to be commended It shows the effect of Catholic training There seems to be some ground for the widely published statement that there is a prospect of a settlement of the fong standing differ ences between the Holy See and the Italian Government The Va terland the organ of the Cardina Archbishop of Vienna is authority for the statement that the Pope might make a treaty with the Ital ian Government whereby the forme would have authority in the city of Rome and relinquish his rights to the other Papal States It is said that the present Pope and the Ital ian Government are on much better terms than formerly and that ia settlement is not out of the ques tion It is hardly probable that Judge Matt ODoberty will have opposi tion for the Democratic nomination for Judge of the Common Pleas Court to fill out the unexpired term of Judge Upton W Muir The names of Arthur Rutledge and John H Jackman have been mentioned in connection with the race Both are good Democrats and excellent lawyers each the friend of Judge ODoherty who we believe beyond all others is deserving of the nomi nation Judge ODoherty is taking an active part in the local campaign Capt Thomas Hanlon of New Albany Chairman of the Demo cratic Congressional Committee in the Third Indiana district and mem ber of the State Central Committee is preparing to set the Third district on fire with politics this fall Capt Hanlon has promised to secure Bourke Cockran and Senator Joe Bailey for speeches in his district and one of these eminent men will speak at New Albany The Boston Pilot has become a high tariff gold standard advocate and supports Roosevelt for the Presidency Its sudden flop from Democracy to Republicanism has created little stir The Pilot is not what it used to be under the edi torial management of John Boyle OReilly and the guidance of that veteran journalist who founded the paper Patrick Donahoe Jailer John Pflanz who has been a very capable and efficient officer it is understood wants to be re nominated for Jailer though some of his friends are talking of running him for Mayor Mr Pflauz ought to have the nomination for Jailer if he wants it and no doubt he will get it unless he concludes to make the race for Mayor Now that Roger McGrath has been married and settled down his friends want him to make the race for City Auditor Roger is one of the most popular young men in city politics and would make a great race Police Secretary Price is also mentioned in connection with the same office and so is the present Auditor Charles Neumeyer The Catholic Universe of Cleveland has just celebrated its thirteenth birthday Bishop Richard 5ilmour was the founder of the paper and it has always been ably dited The present editor is the Rev William McMahon The dio ese of Cleveland has 300000 Cath lics and the Universe is well supported as It deserves to be Right Rev John Bernard Delaney the new Bishop of Jfan he- sterNH is State Chipkin of the night 0fCohtlUbuiofNe iIJihIraudiai t warm frleadof tatl arch Bishop Delnoey it n v rr native of TowelieMass and is the fourth Bishop that city has given ito the church within the past eight years SQGIEtY Michael McCarthy arrived home on Wednesday from New York John and Edward Monahan are spend- Ing a week at the Words Fair E Miles Hagau has returned from a six mouths visit at El Paso Texas Miss Nell Sullivan will arrive today from Frankfort to visit the Misses Bell Mrs Annie Gill left Monday for New York to visit her brother in law John GillMisses Kathleen and Rhoda Guy leav today for St Louis to visit the World Fair Miss Mary Quinn of Portland has been spending the week with friends Iini Chicago Miss Mayme Tierney of Maysville IIs here visiting the family of her cousin William H Conley Misses Margaret and Eleanor Sullivan of 629 East Broadway are visiting relatives at Lafayette Ind Miss Anna Bryant of Fairfield was here this week as the guest of her brother Byron Bryant Col Edward J OBrien has been en joying a short season of rest and recrea tion at Hardin Springs Harry Doerr the Portland avenu wagonmaker andhorseshoer Is spending ten days at West Baden Misses Margaret and Anna E Dale leave today for a two weeks visit to Mrs George Ihrig at Covington Misses Elizabeth Byrne Charlott Walsh Mary Byrne and Josephine Byrn have returned from the Worlds Fair Miss Bernard Mattingly who was here visiting her sister Mrs G Roby has returned to her home in Nelson county Miss Marguerite Newman of Indian apolis is the charming guest of Mis Elizabeth Tarpy West Chestuut street Misses Mamie and Anna Sullivan two popular Frankfort girls were here this week as the guests of Miss Alice HIckey Walter Ratcliffe Deputy County Clerk and Fred Bender will spend two week visiting the Worlds Fair and the West Miss Nannie Morgan popular in Port land social circles has returned from tia delightfulvisit with friends at Lawrence burg Miss Edna Talbott an attractive visitor from Buffalo who was the guest of Miss Mary Dell Murphy baa returned to her home Miss Nell Hoge of Bardstown l1as been having a delightful visit with her cousin Charles Newman at Pewe Valley William Ferguson of Clark county Ind has been visiting here the pas week as the guest of Patrick Regan the ice king Harry Driver of the Domestic Laun dry has returned from a two weeks trip to New York and the principal cities of the East Misses Mary and Martha Burke of New Albany are in St Louis visiting their brother Will Burke and othe relatives Misses Ruth and Mary McCabe am Ada and Corinne Leverone have beet spending several nays with friends In CincinnatiMiss Spalding has been spend- Ing a pleasant week as the guest of the ramify of her cousin S E Spalding near Raywick Joseph HennesSy the well known rail Loader has been unable to be at world for the past two weeks owing to a severe attack of rheumatism Robert E OSullivan and sister Miss Nellie left Monday for the Worlds Fair Before returning they will visit their sis ers in Springfield III Stephen Canty of New York a former well known resident of New Albany arrived this week for a short visit with riends in his old home Misses Nora and Mayme McAuliffe had as their charming guest this week at heir home in Jeffersonville Miss Kitty Doherty of Hamilton Ohio Mr and Mrs John Green who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Nicholas Pop rich 012 East Ormsby leave today for heir home at Springfield Ky CorneliusR OBrien and wife and Miss Elizabeth OBrien were among those from this city who spent the week in St youls and at the Worlds Pair Miss May Thomas who has been spending several weeks with her grandparents Mr and Mrs John Pagan New Albany bas returned to her home in this city Miss Mary E Keyer is at Grayson iprings with Mrs Robert Keyer and children of Watches who are expected to vfeit relatives in thta city before thel etura home Miss Bertie Coetelkvan attractive and popular school Uacber of St Paul Katz here visiting her cousins Misses Ida and Emma Maeky Mid HJM Josie OCbn JIOI of theWelt Ifcid Mow Mary 8afflv n of 8600 Pint uatreturned ho yaiteriUy after a U dam yiaH to tbW Ittchltan nunner resorts She was accompanied home by her aunt Mrs Manning Mrs William Bolger and daughte Nell leave today for St Louis and the Worlds Fair While there they will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph E Wagner They will be gone about thre weeks Miss Mary Duble the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mrs Augusta DubIe of Jeffersonville has been visiting relatives in Cincinnati where she became quite popular and won a large number of new friends and admirers Miss Katie Talty formerly of this city but now of Memphis Tenn is here vis iting her aunt Mrs John Mullancy of 1110 Seventh street Miss Tally has large numbers of friends in Louisvilli who will be glad to see her Edward F Toomey a well know local boy who has been employed on the Worlds Fair buildings at St Loui for the past six months arrived in tows yesterday and is receiving a glad wel come from his many friends Miss Agnes Shannon of Bay St Louis La is here on a visit as the guest of her sister Miss Ida Shannon of 1704 Seventh street Miss Shannon formerly reside here and has many friends andacquaint ances who arc helping to make her stay pleasantThe of Miss Adelina Gerard and William Ryan at St Charles church was witnessed by a large number of their friends and admirers who wish the popu lar young couple a long and happy voy age through life Rev Father Raffo per formed the ceremony Miss Lula Christman of Stanford Ky who was the charming guest of Mist Sarah Pontrich of C12 East Ormsby avenue left last night for Cincinnati Before returning home she will visit friends in Chicago and from there go to the Worlds Fair to spend ten days Roger McGrath Secretary of the Board of Public Works and his charming wife left Tuesday morning for an extended visit to Johnson City Tenn where they will be the guests of Mrs McGraths brother Patrick Callahan who has a big plumbing contract there for Joseph Me Williams One of the enjoyable events of the past week was the entertainment given a num ber of her friends by little Miss Helen McCrone of 1829 High street in celebration of her birthday Refreshments were served from 2 to 5 and music and games were features Miss McCrone was the recipient of numerous handsome presents from her young friends Col John Durst and wife of Nits Yuma Miss are here for a two weeks visit to the family of Capt Michael Law ler 2011 West Broadway Col Durst is the owner of one of the largest planta tions in Mississippi but comes to Ken Lucky at stated Intervals to visit Mrs Lawler who is his wifes sister During their stay here several social functions will be given in honor of their visitors The engagement of Eugene Henchey and Miss Annie Kelly announced last week came as a welcome surprise to the many friends of both who are well known and popular in Louisville society circles Miss Kelly is an accomplished and handsome young woman who has wade riser home with her uncle Judge Matt ODoherty Eugene Henchey is ia successful young business man standing high in Maiuslreet mercanllle circles He is now with the GraumauHenchey Cross Company a leading wholesale dr goods and notion house where he holds a responsible position Their wedding which does not take place till fall will he one of the notable events of the season A surprise Cinderalla party was ten dered Master Cletus Scharfenberger on his seventh birthday The decorations were white and pink and the birthday cake of white and pink with its seven burning candles made a lovely ornament for the table Those present were Misses Elenora Mayer Lillian Scharfenberger Marie Bauer Elina Keaney Clara and Helen Walser Susie and Carrie Gardner Helen and Catherine Strubel Florence and Helen Schneider Catherine Cronan Mildred Shanks Mildred Gernert Lula and Amelia Rieslng Mamie Klein Anna Huth and Adeline Scharfeuberger and Maslers Scott Mayer Bernard Scharfen berger William Strubel Theodore Walser Arthur and Sylvester Krippen stapel Wilbert Nuxol Henry A Basham and Cletus Scharfennergcr PORTRAIT ADMIRED There is nothing more admired by the thousands of visitors to St Louis than the portrait of Gov Beckham that hangs in the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair The splendid likeness of our Chief Executive is the work of Sister Josine of the Convent of Nazareth but now stationed at Covington Sister Josine is an artist of rare ability a fact to which her beautiful work bears testimony PROUD OP CHARM Andrew Hinkebein President of Unity Council of New Albany was the winner of the handsome and costly Y M I watch charm offered as a prize for securing the largest number of new members during the past three months The presenlaUoh took place at the meeting of Unity Council and the genial President feels proud of the gift which will be worn conspicuously at the meeting of the Indiana Grand Council PRAISE POLICE The splendid work performed by the Loul vllle police department has been isnifeat lo all our citizens and the thou suds of visitors who were here who did l1otleae without expressing words of raise for the awn in blue Louisville huLl poltee fotc to be proud of and the ribute paid by Acting Mayor 1Irth last- pexlnaaaywas botb timaly and gratify I E rJ t M WHITESFOR MeN AND WOMEN 250 SINDIANA Hibernian Convention Hcc1ln Indianapolis During This Week Deserved Tribute Paid to Ordo by a Lending Daily Paper Now Albany and Tcflorsonvlll Divisions Wore Ably Represented STEADY GROWTH OF ORDER REPORTS The State convention of the Ancien Order of Hibernians of Indiana has been in session at Indianapolis this week Tin convention was more largely attendee than ever before and the proceeding were interesting Both the New Albany and Jeffersonville divisions were wel representedThe Sentinel in a leading editorial paid the following high and deserved tribute to the Ancient Order Among the fraternal and belevolcn societIes of the United States there iIs none with a more honorable record that the Ancient Order of Hibernians the State convention of which takes place In Indianapolis this week The A O H was established among the green hills of Erin over 200 years ago in the dark day when the penal laws the most rigorou enactments ever known were in fore against the people of Ireland when ITheir priests were hunted down like wolves Their altars overthrown To protect their language their relig ion and their nationality as far as they could some Irishmen banded Ihemselve together in the Hibernian brotherhood of those early days and since then the order has grown and is to be found In every land under the sun Happily the days of religious persecution have passed and there is no longer need for the stren uous work which the Hibernians of for mer years were caned upon to do Bu the A O H in America has carried on ia great work It subscribed over 50001 for the establishment of a chair of Gaelic language and literature in the grea Catholic University at Washington thus insuring a study in one of the foremost institutions of this country of the ancien tongue of Ireland which has been de scribed by the eminent Dr Kuno Meyer of Berlin as the oldest and purest vcr nacular in Europe In addition to thi the A O H has subscribed large sum to help the cause of the great Industrial and Intellectual revival in Ireland But outside of this patriotic work it has done and is doing a great work among the Irishmen who come to this country Its lodges always take care of the son of the Emerald Isle who meets with misfortune or distress and in death Its fraternal arm is extended to pay the last rites In Indiana the order has grown steadily and in a healthy manner and the conventloi here today which begins with the celebration of Irish day at the Fair- Grounds is of interest not only to all men of the Irish race but to all those who believe in fraternity ELIZABETH JAMISON The soft cool mold was gently laid over the precious form of a noble Chris Han woman on Lady Day of this week For some time the patient soul in all sweetness dreamed of the hours to cow which she would pass in health and comfort with a loving sister and others who loved her almost as much But the tender Savior had spoken am the lowers that she dreamedwould bloom for her will now strew their petal over the little mound in which she IIes buriedDead but radiant in the bright garb so earnestly won on earth gone fron among us but her memory is that whist the saints leave so replete with piety kindness and sweetness towards all We shall miss the warm clasp of her dear hand the brightening smile and silent good deed of her generous heart but for all these her dear Master has bestowed on her treasures that will forever rejoice her faithful soul Out pleasures depart our roses vanish out conditions change but our friends never die The immortal cord that binds us may be apparently broken but out friends are with us and around us even though like the dear one whom we here mourn the blossoms nod and the vines wander over the resting place of their row silent hearts A N C POOR BAND The alleged Twentysecond Regiment Band that blew in here this week with John Kurkamp as director was about the vorst that ever happened The use of- Pat Gilmores name in connection with uch a bunch of windjammers was a monstrous outrage It is not thought a ingle one of them ever saw New York and they are put down as a worse fraud ban the Imperial German Marine land that appeared here recently and went to pieces in Chicago HER DEATH MOURNED Deaths cold hand was laid upon Mrs Catherine Qtweaey at her home 715 Vest Oak Saturday afternoon remove irig a loving mother and affectionate 81wideclralellsce the death of her husberd several an ago l rrQudtsiyLadresided with11 hcrmoth Mra Catherine Fotoy Th a- o c SHOES 1546 W Markel North Side BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY AUG 21 mtlneei Bundty Monday WednesdsP Bttnrdty EDW F RUS- HSBonTonsAHEAD OF THEM ALL Allstar olio including Williams and Adams Three Livingstons Fields and Cook The Musical Simpsons and Grace Leonard CHOICE Of all our finest Outing Suits 750 CHOICE Of all our finest- threepiece Fancy Suits 1250 Dont wait until all tIle best are g- oneLEWS l THIRD AND MARKET ACCIDENT As shown above never happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used t Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville K- YPTARCIIER Out Door and Flashlight Photography t Home Phone 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO B YENT Proprlofnr Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIQHT 504 W Jefferson Street Summer styles have arrived in HatsI Caps Gloves and Umbrellas funeral took place Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands church Those gentlemen who taketheir hats oft in an elevator when women are aboard are not at all logical when they do not take their hats off in a street car Takingthevery sickly senliment Notice the mea who do it They are invariably llsws ctlWOkcicaNU4a J I I II 3Wr IIrIIL TVV T 1- w- r m NTUOKY =au r3 AlRJOAN THE HENDERSON ROUTE Worlds Fair Rates 700 Tuesday and Thursdays Limited Seven Days Quod only in Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 Only line operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all through trains to St Louis and solid vestibuled trains composed of combination baggage Nos 41 and 44 arc meals aladinerPullman observation parlor car and lcoach free reclining chair car carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 95 and 40 are composed of vestibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket and Water Streets L J IrwinUnion Depot Seventhoffice 230 Fourth Avenue Ticket Genl Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot I111001l i i H1u11I T 1 Fd1101I 11IHt I I 1 I1u1E 1HJo1u1InJHI t 1 I I+l 1 1S HIII 1 1 +I IltutI tt- J E TRACYLH STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carr5 es r red on 1531 W MARKET STREET 1 +1 ++1 lIIIIHII 1 STATIONERS Tlui BradleyAGIBert Co PRiHTLQS BlanP Boo PapRM3JJUfacturers B IIK D ER3ReDrsrenta t 1 the fame one typewriter for Kentucky Tpewrlle Supnllei Ribbons etc for ttI1lacMnes BCorrThird and Green Sis LOMSvTiiE KY H+++4+4 H+t M M M H M H M M H H Ut t tM tM tM H+ Mt M M FINE WINESOHAMPAGNES H AL KOLJB345 West Green Street LIQUORSOIGARSr V444 + 4444 44444 + t I t44 + 41444444443 44 444444444H OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors wfiLoyiS 339 FIFTH STOIHcIstlni Katie A Smithformerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies anddI Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reason able prices All calls answered prompt ly day or night BOTH PIIONBS 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET I LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 2360 700 E Chestnut Street DRINK H ru- WnisKU 6 e BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TBLBPIIONQ 1MB Worlds Fair Short Line soumeni MiraiUUF- ORTY 11To I THREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THEI JiYO11LS fAILOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 0 a m daily arriveI St Louis 450 p m Solid through train of Pullman sleepers Southern Railway Standard dining car and from without Louisville to St Louis change Leave Louisville 1015 p m daily arrive St Louis 732 a m Solid through train from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman sleepers also free recliningE chair cars All trains make close con unction in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash suburban service direct t the Worlds Fair grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December 15 I 1004 11 good returning in sixty days 10 good returning in fifteen days ickets will be on sale dally at the ahoy rates ff coach excursion tickets o sale every Tuesday and Thursday in August and September good returning seven days P E Carr City Passenger and TicketI Agent 831 Fourth avenue Louisville A J Crone Depot Ticket Agent Sevent- LouisvilleaDd Wtu C H fort DWrkt PMennr Agent 24Fo 1 asr Lo UviUeG S Allen AiMe- PaNSnger Agent St rp1a Ii 0 Roth Phonosl1801 1 Established 1 863 JOHN RATTERMAN Successor to Mrs Geo Raltorman DIRECTORd Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST rflfR M ANDRWI SONS lii WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST OFFICIAL CALL Meeting of the United Irish League of America In New York City The Kentucky Irish American has reo celved the following from Secretary John OCallaghan of the United Irish League of America It is selfexplanatory the Rdltor of The Kentucky IrishAmerican DKAR SIR The call for the second convention of the United Irish League of America to be held in New York City on August 30 and 31 has al ready been issflpl to the branches and credentials have been forwarded to the responsible officers for the delegatesI elected to represent them in the conven tion By direction of the National Fresi dent lIon John F Finerty I desire to state that the convention will be calledl to order in the Lexington Avenue Opera House Fiftyeighth street between Lex Ington and Third avenues at IlltJ onI Tuesday August 30 The members of the National Committee have been requested to meet at the Hoffman House the day preceding the- o convention Monday August 20 at 3p m to arrange the final details for the convention It is earnestly hoped thatl every member of the committee andI every delegate chosen by branches or councils to attend the convention will1 do son lIon John E Redmond MJ Chair man of the Irish party A J C Donelan U PiPatrick OBrien M PM and Conor OKelly M Pi will represent the organ izatioa In Ireland at the convention IUYSUDReIf hTlrotwe Hg I a Joraiec well J- tofN known raait3tut w Albany nd tarlt rtubbora UIIYIlImIMHII SPEAKING OF qy Qo lIlmygllllllHllllllmlU PRINTING IGIVE US A TRIAL ORDER S St Dance Invitations Ii Wedding Invitations = Note and Bill HeadsIeTickets Dodgers Etc II HOIVIIS T HOrjI6 oio Kentucky Irish American I326 LvITBT gILIiI3 ii 9TRI3IiT Iti A1 A mmil 7 A7 lim 11f mmmmmm m mlll A of years employed in the woolen mills there was quiong those who arrived the first of the week to attend the New Albany homecoming celebration Mr Egan also visited Louisville for the pur pose of buying machinery for the big cotton mill at Humboldt Tcnn of which he is Superintendent FATHER HARTIGAN Well Known Dominican Priest I Has Gonc to Ills Eter nal Rcward Northwestbrn und Eastern papers of last week chronicled the death of a prominent and well known Dominican the Very Rev P V Hartigan O P prior of the Holy Rosary convent Minneapolis Minn The announcement of the untimely demise of the deceased ns made last Sunday from the pulpit in St Louis Bertranda church was received with a shock by his many friends to whom he was formerly known as Brother Vincent when he was still in his scholas tlcate at St Louis Bertrands convent of this city Father Hartigan was ill for nearly a month and for three days before his death he was unconscious and no hope was entertained for his recovery During his two and a half years in Minneapolis he had endeared himself to all and his death caused much sorrow throughout the city The remains were taken to New York accompanied by Father Duggan O P and lay in state in St Vincent Ferrers the Knights of Columbus keeping guard Rev Father Logan O P of this city who had just arrived from Europe was deacon of the solemn high mass of requiemFather Hartigan was one of the best known of the Dominican fathers in this country He was born in Troy in 1857 and received his early education from the Christian Brothers in that city He pursued his studies in the Dominican order both at St Josephs near Somerset 0 and at St Roses Springfield Ky but his final theological course was made I at St Louis Bertrands of this city I during the priorship of Rev M A McFeely O P He was ordained with Rev G A Carr O Pand Rev J PIDevereux O P both now deceased by the Right Rev W G McCloskey in 1882I After the ordination he was for some years master of novices at St Josephs convent Ohio He was for several years pastor of St Marys church New Haven Conn and later was for two consecutive terms Prior of St Vincent Ferrers Lexington avenue New York City While in that city Father Hartigan did much to improve the condition of St Vincent Ferrers parish It was under his pastor ate that St Catherines parish a branch of St Vincent Ferrers was established and the beautiful Church of St Catherine East Sixtyninth street built BLESSED NEW STATUE Last Sunday afternoon at St Williams church a handsome new statue of the Virgin Mary was blessed by the zealous pastor Rev Denis Murphy who also preached an Impressive and instructive sermon on devotions to the Mother of God Father Murphy expressed his gratitude to those who had assisted him in procuring this long desired statue of I the Blessed Virgin Mary The altars I were tastefully decorated and the choir rendered an excellent musical pro gramme FRENCH PICNIC The picnic of the AlsaceLorraine So ciety at the New Albany Fair Grounds last Thursday was all that Its promoters hoped for All who attended enjoyed themselves A great hit was made by the Herrmann boys sons of Michael Herrmann of this city who captured the big assemblage by their singing of the Marseillaise the national anthem of France RETURNS UNIMPROVED twentyfourLyearold son of Patrick Regan the ice- gran was brought home from Felix Arizona last Monday in a serious condi tion Mr Regan had been there on a visit with the expectation recovering from a recent Illness but unfortunately did not improve and was ordered sent home by his physician WOULD NOT WORK David Hirshberg traveling on a scalp ers or bogus ticket was put off the Hen derson route Cloverport and sued the company for 1000 damages The jury in Judge Fields court rendered a verdictl 1r80 for the Henderson This is only one of many similar instances andhow the folly of pnrchaslag scalpers or doc ttore3 tickets The satee nowdue suchI that any who wart To travel can pay them Try ua for Job pri Uw J n- J 0 JOB YM111II All Eyes Turned Toward the Capital of the I311tograss Region Extensive Preparations For Grand Council and Visitors Special Trains Will Bring Del egates From All Parts of Kentucky WARM CONTESTS ARE PREDICTED The seventh Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky Juris diction will be held at Lexington the capital of the Bluegrass region begin JOHN J BARRY Member of Supreme Board of Directors ning with the meeting of the Board of Grand Directors tomorrow at the Phoenix Hotel and continuing three days For this event Barry Council has made exten t JAMES B KELLYIGrand President Kentucky Jurisdiction sive preparations sparing neither time nor expense and delegates and visitors are promised a reception they will not soon forget Special trains will bring JOSEPH PIAZZA Chairman Board of Grand Directors large delegations front all parts of the State a party of forty coming Owensboro They wll join the three Louisville councils who will carry their handsome banners and be accompanied by a band of music The councils CovingtonIand Cincinnati will atao send specials gatJmngIwill be an exceptionally large ore Upon rrlvlngst Lsaingtou the count ails will form in rirocwrfon and march to JIWQa I3af whoa al OlOoc1 AC u u picked team will exemplify the ritual and confer the degrees upon a class of nearly a hundred new members TheI ladies anti those not members will betaken on a trolley ride to Elmendorf the famous stock farm of James B Haggin arrangements having been made with the railway people for the round trip for only twentyfive cents Elmendorf Iis- the largest stock farm in Kentucky with over 0OQO acres of bluegrass and 1000 head of Kentuckys finest horses The return will be made in time for dinner and then swill follow the ball game at the new park between teams representing Barry and Lafayette Councils After supper there will be receptions and trolley parties- Monday morning at 9 oclock delegates anti visitors will attend mass at St Pauls church and at 1030 the opening session will be held at Y M I Hall on North Broadway The day will be de voted to business but in the evening there will be a complimentary ball at the Phoenix Hotel in honor of the Grant CouncilTuesday morning the Grand Council will reassemble and remain in session tin the officers are elected and all the busi ness transacted At 9 in the evening there will be a banquet in the Y M I Hall served by John McGurk Lexingtons chief caterer The election of officers promises some warm contests especially that for Grand Secretary between John Shannon and George Lautz The friends of the former feel confident they will elect their man who is the strongest candidate ever put out for the office Grand President Kelly has appointed the Committee on Laws and Supervision who will meet before the convention William J Dawson of New Haven Chairman Frank Adams of Louisville and John Nunan of Winchester Chairman Piazza has called the first meeting the Board of Grand Directors for Sunday night at the Phoenix Hotel At the last meeting of Barry Council Dau J Crowe was elected President a deserved recognition of his invaluable services after which the following com mittees were announced to serve during the convention of the Grand Council General James J OBrien Chairman John J Luby William J Ahern Daniel J Crowe and Dennis J Hickey Ball Richard J Colbert Chairman John J Galvin and John J Reagan Banquet William J Ahern Dennis J Hickey and Daniel J Crowe Reception John J Luby James C Rogers Con J Reagon Robert C Rives William J Ahearn Frank P Kearney Dennis J Hickey Fred M Fister Dan leI J Crowe Richard J Colbert William Rennick John M Kelly M P Furlong Thomas D Murray John J McGurk John F Hines John E Fitzgerald Ernest Hillenmeyer William J Norton Anthony A McQuaid Clifford T Sheridan An drew B Cadent John J Reagon James M Byrnes and John J Galvin DegreeJames J OBrien James Col bert Joseph Z Bourgeois William Mc Nally John Grant Edward T Houlihan Sr and Wallace McGinnis ANNUAL VOLUME The annual volume of the American Irish Historical Society will soon be issued rod a copy presented to every member in good standing It will be a handsome book of 200 to 300 pages substantially bound 1n cloth Members who have changed their address should notify the Secretary General Thomas Hamilton Murray Hummock Beach Sea View Mass FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours devotions were com menced last Sunday morning at the Church of the Annunciation at Shelby vllle and the beloved pastor had the satisfaction of seeing almost his entire congregation approach the altar and receive the sacrament Fathers York and Murphy of this city were the assisting priests the latter preaching the closing sermon AGED WOMAN DEAD The funeral of Mrs Catherine Huttic the venerable mother of Philip Hnttic took place Tuesday morning from St Anthonys church Mrs Huttie was eightynine years of agef3he was the mother of a large and respected family and was active until a short time ago when she was overcome by her infirm ties RETURNS TO CHICAGO JnJ Vice President of St Ignatius College Chicago who spent last week here visit ing his parents and brothers and sisters left Sunday to resume his educational WhilelnLoulsviJ1eFatherCasn silly was the guest of John Cassilly cial stenographer of the Circuit Court SPRAINED HIS ANKLE Dr C JPr MeltR the well known tUttftlet at Seventbard Oak atrteU has r U 0 0 i PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 1380 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREML G colflANYNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUISVILLE Kz tz Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE Geo Wiedemann i BREWING COMPANYS t 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 ASI FOR f Otto Brewerys Cream Beer y DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OERTELVBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KYe JOHN EC FRANK WALTBRS Clay= Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY C B THOMPSON F ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALT FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson Si Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention amI satisfaction guaranteed GO TO C J SCHNEIDER FOR THE BEST Pork Bacn Hams Sausage Pure Leaf Lard Both Phones FIFTtl5TREET MARKET been laid up for the past week with a sprained ankle which he sustained while stepping on a street car The doctor II is not lacking for company luring his en forced confinement as his many friends are paying him frequent visits IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday June 20 Ken tuckys popular line the Henderson route will inaugurate a safe and fast day service between cuisville and St Louis in each direction and will Improve the time and equipment generally of all trans between these points Three dally trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 a m 9 p m antI 7 a mj arrive St Louis 616 p m 720 n m and 010 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train op crating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 9 p m train through without change of cars will con sist of Pullman sleeping cars free reo dining chair cars and high back seat pas senger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a lacatteyou- p3y only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventhstreet Uuion depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis For any other information call upon E M Womack City Passenger Agent 230 Fourth avenue Louisville or F G Cunningham Traveling Passenger Agent 206 North Broadway St Lonis S5556 CALIFORNIA AND RETURN 5556 Via lDlg Four Route On sale August 15 to September 9 Louisville Corn Templar special train leaves Louisville August 23 Rate open to the public Send for itinerary giving full particulars S J Gates General Agent V A novelty in braid used for edging the learns of a gown gives the appearance of piping Ia i J ptoeix Jlill park Open For the Season NOW IS TilE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyimprovelwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIESrs BIG JUG AT DOOR j P DPLjvar t 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa HERRMANN BROSr IMPORT R5 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealrr ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSONVBOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 w GREEN 8T BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndJanapoIis Peoria Chicago AND AM POINtS IK INDIANA and MICHIGAN ClevelandC I Buffalo Now York1 BostonA- ND ALL P fNTSEAST Information cheerfully furnished cm KgFourAgL1i D i yfl1Krn n 7 GA QNTUOKY I 9H RICAN MMMHUHH1 I I t t t + t t t t H+ I + I t t t t t 10000 PYTHIANS ARE EATI- NGMOTHERS BREAD Todaycelts Like Mother Used to Make FOR GOODNESS SAKE t t t I I t t t f t I t I t mt t M MI M M Ht M Ht M I tit tM tMI +Mt H STREET +HHIHI+IHHH HHr ILTMhIILR VISITORS wA1J1 ICE TEABoarding houses restaurants and hotels will take note that I have the BUST TEAS TOWN and that my prices are the lowest For instance r r1LbPackaoSpecial at 45c II P1 ozlo ci Trla1 Orclc1 fCOFFEE ROASTER EI Home Phone 1333 214 v MA1 ICIBT STREET t- IIHfl +14HHI+HIH11H H I HH 1H H 1 +1 11 t Real Piano BargainsAnot- her week In which to take advantage of the greatest oppor unity of a lifetime to secure a good Piano at a saving of 50 to 100 on an investment of the same grade when purchased else where Remember this great sale will close August 20 Chickering Decker Son Haines Bros and KingsburyN- ew Upright Pianos 125 137 165 Kingsbury Upright 147 Stuyvesant Upright 120 Organs and Square Pianos 10 to 50 X ON PAYMENTS IF YOU WISH MontenegroRiehm Music Co 0218030 FOURTH AVENUE I GAS RANGES ON EASY We dont sell ranges BUT if you purchase one from your own stove dealer we will arrange so that you can pay fore it on EASY TIaFL1 I- SKentuckylleatingCo Te1ep1 ono 2CQ1 t t t It I t t t t It t t t t t t MMHMMI It PSRAYilCOFi Garriafl6s i 230232- W MAIN LOUISVILLE KY H If t t It t It t + e IN MULLOY i TERMS WvjP BANNON M J BANNON H M WOLTRINQ R B BANNON President VlcePres t GenIMr Secretary Treasurer F 1 Eaimon Sewer Pipe Co a i Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue LininEire Brick Grate and falter Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TELBPHONBS73 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth TBLBPHONB 2833 InesA A A 01UUI 01u iiBIOSSPENCER Presidenteand Expert For Business Good Employment and Suecest CALL On WRITE roe na INrORM TWH IILIii IMonNdiMKlBMkl P MAINSTREBT5MAINR11LOUISYIIIEKY IdIAg Business College SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamtna t- oCHICAGOON THE f 1184 el eYlYSS Itr 9 In an ULUGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK Ji RSEP General PUNnKer Agent- C H ROCKWRLL Tnc KWH KePQ1tL Preddf t wnd Gaaxal 3f- r r C e e e flACON SONSS- AORIFIOING Choice Shirt WaistsEvery Shirt Waist in the house without restriction is selling at its lowest possible price We make these extraordinary reductions simply because we are in need of more room to convenience our fall purchases which are beginning to arrive A quick response to the following illustrated quotations means that you care to save on choice wearables that are tastefully designed and have cool airy effect 98c For ninetyeight cents you can buy a handsome White India Linon or Dotted Swiss Waist This small price is equivalent to the manufacturers cost and these same waists would be quoted cheap elsewhere at one fifty There is but one thing about this reduction and that is we have more than we care to have and we wish to dispose of them hurriedly They are tallot finish or tucked trimmed lace or embroidrey Remember first comers have the advantage of sizes and styles everybody can afford one at the extra price IKFA India Leon Waists While lapJ Silk Waists Duck Skirts Assortment of choice styles in Various choice styles all trimmed These are made in blue and white ieluding a dainty style with round with tucks and French knots or lace and black and white dots and circle bertha trimmed with flue tucks or and fine tucks special prices at patterns trimmed seams or panel I1 I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Hibernians in New York State have now a membership of over 16000 Rhode Island Hibernians will hold I their State convention next week at Paw tucket Erie county which includes Buffalo has fourteen divisions and two military companiesThe of Providence added twentyfive new members to their ranks at last weeks meetings Seven more candidates were initiated at the last meeting of Division 6 of Troy where the order is in a flourishing condi tion Binghamton Hibernians took prominent part in the laying of the cornerstone of the new St Pauls church last Sunday week St Paul Hibernians will have a big Initiation on Sunday September 11 at which National President Nolan will be presentMinnesota State officers have planned to have Ramsey county banquet National President James Dolan at St Paul on Monday September 12 S J Douleavey of Denver who is known to many Kentucky Hibernians was elected State President at the Colo rado State convention held last week at PuebloThe action of the national convention has brought to an end the bitter controversy that has been waged for a year in Rhode Island All the divisions are united and harmony again prevails Extensive preparations have been made for the Alabama State convention which meets at Birmingham tomorrow The State and county officers desire to make this the grandest and most representative convention ever held in Alabama Montana Hibernians will hold their State convention the first three days of next week at Missoula the Union Thea ter having been secured for the sessions The delegates and visitors will be ban queted and given a ride about the city to the principal places of interest- A new corporation of the Ancient Order has been formed at Lenox Mass It is called the A O II Beneficiary Cor poration It is provided that payments for death and funeral shall not exceed 200 and in case of sickness the patient shall not receive more than 10 a week Fully 10000 people assembled in Youngstown last week during the Ohio State convention It was the largest gathering that ever attended a State con vention of the order in that State On the first and second days outings were held at Avon and Idora Parks Follow ing the election of officers banquet was served 1500 people at Avon Park The State parade was a large and imposing oneFeatures of the New York State con vention at Niagara Falls this week were a grand military and civic parade reviewed by the Mayor and city officials on Wednesnay garden party and lawn fete Thursday evening at the Cataract International Hotel and on Friday a searchlight trip on the Great George route The convention opened Tuesday with 400 delegates who first attended mass at St Marys church and were ad dressed by Rev Father William Brown State Chaplain- In celebration of their tenth anniver sary the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 2 of Minneapolis gave a delightful enter tainment and initiated three candidates giving a beautiful exemplification of the ritual The guests numbered over 300 including the State officers and Visitors from Michigan Wisconsin Iowa and Illinois Mrs Mary A Quinn National President of the Auxiliary made a timely address After the initiation and speak ing luncheon was served in the dining room to the entire assemblage This auxiliary has a membership of 312 EXCURSION The Old Bruin Club a social organlw ion made up of welll known citizens auttounce their first excursion to P rn- Gr4Weou the steamer Columbia on JU fcdiHMky A1IIfl rat Awn lo- C fJ i t i IRISH S DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Mike Tynan Vice President Joseph W Dougherty Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelrnti DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentytbird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JKFFERSONVILLE 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 SergeantatArmsMlchael Noon Y ovr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice PresidentWm P Shaugh nessySecond Vice President Fred Herp Recording Secretary Frank Adams Financial Secretary Dan Weber 254 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerPrank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside Sentinel Prank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second Vice PresidentsJoseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial Secretary Robert G Goe N Cast MarshalM P Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside SentinelM F Ziegler President anti with the assistance of an able committee will see that all who go will have an enjoyable time The boat will make two trips leaving the foot of First street at 830 and 130 oclock- BUCKINOIJAM For next week the Buckingham announces the famed Bon Tons said to be this year the greatest vaudeville aggregation on the road Two glittering musical travesties are billed with an all star cast The olio is entirely new end will present to the patrons some of the oldtime favorites and several new faces that are sure to make good The opening attraction drew crowdedi houses dally and the same will doubtless continue next week as the show is a good one riASONlC THEATER The opening week of the Masonic Theater was characterlied by large audi Lances and augun well for the season The next attraction willbe In Darkest Russia a drama that has been well received in the burger theaters of country The usual aiatlnees and JtheI lar prtata will continue tbro chouttH1IWOII y an r- C u 98c iFine OCsaleHIBERNIANS SOCIETYDIRECTORIA belTreasurerWilliam IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges John Redmond and colleagues sailed Thursday for New York The second Clare feis and exhibition opened at Ennis wavery successful- In a large mill at Celbridge the manufacture of paper from peat is being extensively carried on The tenants on the estate of Surgeon General Fawcett near Mohill have purchased their holdings All the tenants on Hanlys Cash property have agreed to buy their holdings at twentytwo and a half years purchase on present judicial rents At the consecration service of Armag Cathedral the collection amounted Ito 30000 a magnificent example of Irisb faith backed up by substantial works Fiftysix passive resisters chiefly lead- Ing free churchmen have been struck 011 the voters list at Scarborough for nonpayment of outstanding amounts of rate Miss Flanagan lady teacher of the Presentation Convent at Waterford hIlS been appointed principal of the Butler town female national school in succesio to Mrs Butler At the Galway assizes a man name Martin Treacy was found guilty of assault on the Rev W Colgan at Athenry and was sentenced to six months imprisonment with hard labor Lient Col A Hickman Morgan lUg Sheriff of County Cork has been unanimously adopted Conservative caudidal for the Isle of Wight at the next electiot in succession to Major Seely M P George McKeon has been arrestedal Maghera County Derry on a charge oj having caused the death of a Scotch visitor named Christopher Boyd Boyd intervened in a quarrel and was fatall stabbedAt Londonderry assizes befoin Justice Kenny a local piano tuner name Leonard Frank Adderley was awarde 4500 damages for injuries received b the breaking of a carriage window al Omagh station At the halfyearly meeting of the proprietors of the Munster and LeiusU Bank held in Cork Chairman Lllli matte a strong protest against the Governments banking arrangements in connection with the land purchase act Justice Johnson opening the Belfa assizes said there were fiftyone person to be tried the offenses ranging trot breaking glass to manslaughter Belfai would be almost crimelcss were it not fOI the Orangemen who are more uumeroi there than anywhere else in Ireland Judge Ross has ordered the postponement of the sale of the Granville Kno estate to allow the Estates Commissions to purchase it for the enlargement of th4 adjoining holdings The estate comprise considerably over 200 acres and its distribution will prove a great boon to th4 tenantsNot ninny years past have the farmers of the Monaghan district had beltc prospect of an abundant harvest that they have this season The potato cro is particularly promising The oat cro wUl suffer a little in consequence of th continued dry weather but only in the straw There is a very good flax raised iit this neighborhood Hay is splendid both upland and meadow- It Is with the deepest regret that wi announce the death of the Very Rev Monsignor Plunkett parish priest oj Sooterstowu and Vicar General of th diocese The deceased who was one oj the best known and most loved of th priests in the diocese of Dublin passed sway to his heavenly reward after a long period of suffering The Rev Mo signoi Plunkett was at the time of his death iixtyseven years of age He was Carr In the city of Dublin and received hi preparatory education in Castleknocl College afterward going to Maynootl md then to the College of St Sulpice Paris Monsignor Plunkett after having served as curate became administrator a iVeUand row parish and was sent tc ktoteratowuaa perish priert on the death of the Rev Father Fag 1 in the year i880 and was soon time afterward wade 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