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F KENTUCKY Ikisu AMERICAN IIVO- LUME XIVNO G LOUISVILLE SATliRIAY FEBRUARY 11 1905 PRICE HIVE CENTS T FATHER RAFFO Defines Position of the Catho lic Church Concerning Divorce Nothing But Death dan Disc solve the Bond of True Marriage Pastors Consider With Regret Ease With Which Divorce Is Obtained I CHURCH HEVER CAN ADMIT DIVORCE Rev Father Charles P Raffo the able and eloquent pastor of St Cecilias church was one among a number of well known clergymen who defined the posi tion of their respective churches on the divorce question in last Sundays Courier Journal The subject of divorce has now become a live question with all denominations of Christians and know ing that anything Father Raffo would say on such an important subject will be of interest to readers of the Kentucky Irish American as well as instructive to nonCatholics we give kris concise butI complete definition on both the marriage and divorce question in full To properly understand the position of the Catholic church toward divorce her teaching concerning marriage must be understood The Catholic church teaches that matrimony is not only a natural contract between husband and wife but that for Christians it has been elevated by Jesus Christ to the dignity of a sacramentll liThe Council of Trent says If any one saith that matrimony is not truly and properly oueof the seven sacraments of the Evangelic Zaw instituted by Christ Our Lord and thatII it does not confer grace let him be anathema Sess xxty de mat canlIWhen a man and a woman have once entered into the marriage state and when all the conditions for a valid and true marriage have been complied with there is nothing which can dissolve the bond of such a marriage but the death of one of the parties to the marriage con tract According to the teaching then of the Catholic church a ratified and consummated marriage is indissoluble What God hath joined together let no man put asunder St Matt xix 6 For just reasons a husband and wife may live separate but neither can marry while both of the parties live This is her doctrine according to the teaching of Jesus Christ her Founder and Master liThe Catholic church then never did and never can admit of divorce in the sense of the dissolution of the true i i marriage bond She has stool for the i indissolubility of the sacred tie of mar 1 riage from her foundation by Christ nearly two thousand years ago andshe will continue to do so until her mission to teach all nations is fulfilled until time shall be no more She has always considered the Chris tiara marriage as the cornerstone oi I society Her pastors consider with deep regret the ease with which divorce from the marriage bond iis obtained in A our country The so called scriptural cause has almost been relegated to the rear and causes upon causes have been added as just reasons for a dissolution ol the marriage bond Indeed the admirers and defenders of divorce have been so prolific of causes as to provoke to uierri ment were it not for the gravity of the subject Divorces have been granted so easily the sad fact stands before us that the proportion of divorces to mar riages is appalling This fad has made some of our best thinkers and writers realize the awful havoc divorce is bring ing to our homes and hence to our 1 icountry They are beginning to know that to trample upon tie sacred laws of marriage is to grant the widest margin to sensuality to practically legalize adultery to desecrate the sanctity of the i home and to destroy the responsibility and care of children They have studied the social side of the case if no other and they have concluded that the greatest menace to our Country is 11 divorce because it ia a prime factor in the abominable and unnatural crime of trace suicide The devotees of divorce do not court the responsible encum brance of children They seek the sen sual only and destroy one of the first t ends of marriage increase and multiply Divorce is one of the chief mourners at the bedside of the Chris tianmotherThe remedy for this socialevil j the only means to destroy it and its con sequences is to absolutely refuse to grant divorces from the boud of a true and i valid marriage j I I GENEROUS JOHN WHALLEN Col John Wballen will soon convert into a beautiful park fortyone acres of his magnificent farm on the banks of the Ohio adjoining Riverview Col Whal len has contemplated this plan for several years and to the Kentucky IrishI American he said neither pains nor t expense will be spared to make it the most desirable place for outings about Louisville Almost every foot of ground will be shaded and the whole will pre seat a runic formation of exceeding beauty This park will be for all the t nJ c people but especially our churches and charitable institutions of all denomina lions Col Whallen having generously decided to grant them its use for picnics lawn fetes or other outings without charge Music stands refreshment stands swings and everything essential1 to fuch a place will be placed there iin the early spring and for all who desire there will be always an abundant supply of Springbank free of cost And the absurd rule of prohibiting parents from bringing lunch baskets for their children will not be followed I THOMAS A SHELLEY Popular Marl Announces His Candidacy For Tax Receiver Mr Thomas A Shelley the presen t efficient Chief Deputy in the office of th e City Tax Receiver has announced hi 1 candidacy to succeed James B Brown the Incumbent subject to the action of the Democratic party as will be seen by his card which appears elsewhere in this Issue of the Kentucky Irish American Mr Shelley is one of the best known young men in Louisville He was born here His father was a prominent and respected citizen of Louisville for many years and his brother James Shelley served long and faitfully in the Tax Receivers office both as deputy and principal up to the time of his death when Thomas Shelley was unanimously elected by the General Council to serve out the unexpired term Since Mr Brown has been in office he has been his chief deputy- It is conceded in the City Hall tha there is no more competent and efficient accountant and agreeable public serv ant than Thomas Shelley He has besides the universal respect Mid confi deuce of all who know him He iis prompt in the discharge of his duties and believes that a public office is a public trust and not a private snap If nominated Mr Shelley will add strength to the ticket and without presuming to take sides before the nominations are made we take this occasion to say that Mr Shelley is entirely worthy of support citizen Democrat and capable officer I TWO HUNDRED Applications Promised Divis- Ion 4 For Washingtons BirthdayIr Unbounded enthusiasm prevailed at the meeting of Division 4 A 0 H Wednesday night President Hennessey presided and after the addresses of County President Quinn Harry Brady and David OConnell each member j1 pledged himself to present one or more applications at the next meeting The t race for first place and the gold prize offered the division having the largest number to initiate on St Patricks day is waxing warm and apparently lies between Divisions 3 and 4 For years the tatter has had the distinction of being the leading division in Kentucky i and it is evident the members are determined I to make a vigorous fight to hold the proud honor Upon motion Messrs j Tim Diwney Will Connelly Johr4 JII Barry M J Walsh and Harry Brady c were appointed a special committee to I whom will be referred all applications I ml arrangements for the big initiation I The applications of James Purcell Con Cushinf Thomas Cullen Janus Meaney Martin ODea D J Meagher C A Cur I yin Mnrtin Callahan Lawrence Smith Jetties Iinnegan Patrick Ross Maurice 1 Fitzgihbon John Homer Joseph Finne I Kan Michael Costello and Edward Brown I were presented for a starter in the contest and they and a number of others will be obligated at the next meeting After making a handsome appropriation- for the St Patricks day initiation and bacqiet and instructing the delegates to the County Board to vote to renew the leas on the hall there were a number of short but very encouraging talks The work of tins division will now be closely watched as the men from Limerick want to have an organization the equal of any If in the country 1 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT 1 Will Eat Dinner With the I Frlendly Sons In New VorleII c St Patricks 1awill fall on Friday I this year and a dispensation from Rome I will therefore be necessary to allow Catholics of Nw York to eat meat on that day It will probably be granted t when petitioned for as St Patrick is the I patron of the Cathedral of the diocese J and such a favor is usually given in Ire Il land President Roosevelt remembering I those Irish ancestors of whom he is proudwill eat his dinner thereon that evening with other Friendly Sans of St Patrick I EUCHRE AND PRIZES The Clifta Crescent Club has com pleted all the arrangements for a great Washington birthday celebration andI euchre at Phoetlx Hill Hall on Wednes day February 2tThls club is com posed of the most prominent ladies and gentlemen residing ifft Clifton and Cres cent Hilland their entertainments s and euchres have becomr so well that they are attended and enjoyed b people from all sections of the city The prizes to be awarded are handsome an suited to the season Games will b played in the afternoon at 230 and in the evening at 8 oclock Titer will be no more patriotic or pleasant celebration in memory of Washington than this BISHOP AND CLERGY Who Have Been III Arc All on the Road to Re covery Readers of the Kentucky Irish Amer ican have all felt great anxiety because of the dangerous illness of the Right Rev William George McCloskey and number of priests prominent In this city and throughout the diocese and they will rejoice over the news that with butl splendideRev Bishop McCloskey who is at the Cathedral rectory is reported steadily improving and his attendants have hopes that he will be able to be out as soon as the weather becomes favorable The people of St Mary Magdalens church will be glad to welcome tomorrow the return of their beloved pastor Rev William Gausepohl who suffered a severe attack of pneumonia and for recovery serious doubts were entertained for several days Since the change for the better the reverend gentleman has gained strength rapidly and the last report was that he would probably be able to celebrate mass for his people tomorrowLetters from Rev Father Paul Alf HottSprings to seek relief from rheumatism say that there is but little change in his condition but that with a months treatment he expects to be relieved of the great suffering he has endured for some months past Rev Father Michael President of StI Marys College who was ill at St Jos ephs Infirmary left last Sunday for St Marys Marion county having fully recovered Upon his arrival at the col lege he was given a hearty welcome by the students The latest report from Father Coenen was that his conditionw as still very seri ous but his friends yet have hopes for his recovery I I MACKIN COUNCIL Gymnasium Class Promises to Develop Some Star Athletes Mackin Council had a well attended meeting Tuesday night and the proceedings were of more than usual interest Only one application was received but there are many more in sight as the two well organized bands of hustlers cap tained by Frank Adams and Ben Sand have lined up and will now wage a vig orous contest The gymnasium class with Louis Kieffer as leader will get down to work in about two weeks and then some star athletes will no doubt be developed It was voted to further increase the bathing facilities at the club house by installing additional shower baths The council is contemplating givinga mammoth euchre in the near future and their reputation for conducting euchres assures a large attendance at this affair Owing to illness Attorney Newton G Rogers was nnable to be present and therefore his lecture was postponed till Tuesday February 28 The subject of his lecture will be Ancient Egyptian History andwill be well worth hearing I TWENTY MILLIONS This Is the Number of Catho lics Now Under Ameri can Flag Accordlnl1to advance figures from the official directory of the Catholic church for 1905 the Catholic population now under the American flag is 20553492 made up as follows Continental United States 12462793 the Philippine Islands 7078699 Porto Rico 1000000 Sand wich Islands 32000 The Increase for the United States proper for the year just closed appears on the face of the figures to be 575476 but the best informed church members say this is much underestimated New York and Chicago areC the two dioceses with the largest Catho lic population 1200000 each The smallest is Baker City Idaho with 3218 For the first time in many years there is at present no vacancy in the hierarchy Two new dioceses Fall River Miss and Great Falls Mon were organized and a third Superior Wis is under consideration I BEARS GOOD FRUIT Following the example of the Holy Name Societyand with the declaration that they are shocked at the Indulgence of thtir neighbors in profanity fifty men of Waterbury Conn are reported to have formed an oathlesa club Among i the members are several merchants A saloonkeeper iis also on the roster The society purposes to stop is possible the use there of all bad language This is a work that has been inaugurated and pro mulgated by the Catholic Holy Name I learnyi the true churek INDlANtSCHOOLSI President Kposovelt SuggestsJ Indians nave Some Rights Under the Law iI fart lThey Cnn Say to Which School They Day Send Their Children 1t f Fundt8 theaMissions 11if VEXED QUESTION BOBS DP AGAIN un There has bee some discussion of late in Congressional committees at Washing ton in regard to the division of funds for the education ofk Indian children One of the United states Senators tried to create the impression that agents of the bademade deals with certain Congressmen and Senators for a division of the public funds provided Catholics would vote the Republican ticket Cardinal Gibbons pointed out the the agent making the alleged offer hac nothing whatever to do with the Catholic bureau for the educa tiontlf the India- President Roosevelt has settled the whole controversy so far as he was brought into it to a manly way The President in a letter to Secretary of the Interior Hitchcock directs him to continue the practice which has prevailed in the departments4that is to allow the Indians I to say where they wish their chilI dren educated It1 is their own money which is being spent and not public funds as some would try to make be I lIevejtt The letter of the President is self explanatory and in part is as follows Early in 1902 petitions on behalf of the various Catholic and Episcopal schools were brought to my attention by 1 certain ecclesiastics and laymen who re quested the Interior Department to dis tribute the rations and annuities through the mission schools of their several churches when the children were in the care of those schools The Attorney ueatwasIllegal t Over a year afterward the request was made originally on behalf of certain Catholic schools in 1903 also on behalf of a Lutheran school in 1904 that where there were Indian moneys held in trust I for the Indians by the Secretary of the Interior the interest on these Indians I moneys being distributed among the individual Indians or in such other ways as the Secretary of the Interior might direct and where certain Indians petitioned that the moneys so distributed to them should he used for the support of the particular denominational schoolwhich they desired their children to attend this petition should be granted tiThe question raised was of course wholly different from that originally raised on behalf of the Episcopal church and of the Catholic church This new request was submitted to the Department of Justice and the department decided as set forth in the accompanying report that the prohibition of the law as to the age of public moneys for sectarian schools did not extend to moneys belonging to the Indians themselves and not to the public and that these moneys belonging- to the Indians themselves might be applied in accordance with the desire of the Indians for the support of the schools to which they were sending their children There was in my judgment no question that inasmuch as the legal authority existed to grant the request of the In dians they were entitled as a matter of moral right to have the moneys coming to them used for the education of their I miceCaremust see j that any petition by the Indians is gen uine and that the money appropriated j for any given school represents only the pro rata proportion to which the Indians making the petition are entitled But if these two conditions are fulfilled it is in my opinion just and right that the In dians themselves should have their wishes respected when they request that j their own money n9t the money of the publicbe applied to the support of the pertain schools to which they desire to j send their children The practice will be continued by the department unless Congress should decree to the contrary or of course unless the courts should decide that the decision of the Department of Justice is erroneous tin is however greatly to be desired that the bill Introduced by RepresentativeII Lacey and providing for permission to allot these annuities in severalty to the Indians exactly as is now dour with land should be enacted Into law Its enact ment and administration would prevent the raising of any question of this char acter for each individual Indian would then be left free to use the money to which be lai entitled outright on his own initiative instead of having it used for him by the Secretary of the Interior in consequence ot his petition I earnestly hope that Congress will at once enact this bill into law tiThe special case of the St Labrea school stand by itself the question being I whether the contract entered into is one jj a nth rbed by the Iadingot the Depart + 1 8ieat of jJoaWoe Jin Jawwryv 1904 or l whether it is one oi those cases forbidden under the decision of the Department of Justice of January 1902 The Attorney categoryinJRECORD BREAKING- Attendanceat the Euchre and Dance of the Ladles rAuxiliary The euchre and dance given by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Schreibers Hall on Monday evening drew a record breaking attendance the hall being tested to its utmost capacity Indeed the crowdwas so large that many members of the aux iliary were unable to participate in the euchre themselves preferring to make way for their guests The committee in charge which proved very apt in hand ling the great throng was composed of Misses Rose Sweeney Lizzie King Mag gie Coughlin Ella OConnell Mary Cor coran and Nellie Cunningham Mrs David Welsh Mrs Lawrence Mackey Mrs Joseph Cunningham and Mrs Wm MHigginsThe of the ladies prizes were Mrs David Welsh Mrs E M Kerr CunninghamEffie Mamie Keenan Josie Crowley Margaret Shaughnessy Agnes Hallibau and Mar garet Nugent The gentlemen prize win neas were Al McKibben Pat Sheehan Joe Farrell Thomas Coleman James F Reid James Hallluan John McGuire August Hyman M T Callahan Frank Broderick and Thomas Lynch After the awarding of the euchre prizes the floor was cleared for dancing which was indulged in by the young folks until the wee sma hours The auxiliary members feel much gratified with theI encouragement shown them by the Hiber nians and their other friends and wish to state through the columns of the Kentucky Irish American that their social affairs will be more frequent in the future TEN YEARS OLD Arranging Great Anniversary Celebration For Unify Council Unity Council Y M I of New Albany will be ten years old next April and aa1ljrgely attended andenthusl astic meeting Tuesday night it was decided to have an elaborate celebration- of the anniversary Unity is one of the strongest councils in the Indiana juris approachIngt tion it has prospered and now the members are looking forward to the erection of a home for the council similar to that of Mackiu of this city President Hinkebeiu who has not been feeling well was compelled toI relinquish the chair and Mat Roth took his place Four new members were elected and three more applications were receivedwhich shows the members areI determined to bring all eligible young men into the organization The subject of the annual picnic was discussed at some length but action was deferred till the next meeting Members were pained to learn that seven of their number were on the sick list most of them being victims of the grip The committee that has had charge of the series of dances given this winter reported that they l were very successful and were greatly enjoyed by the participants DATES FIXED Confederate Reunion Will Bring Thousands Here In June Secretary Thomas D Osborne has made public the first general order issued by Gen Stephen D Lee which fixes the i dates for the great reunion of the United reunionW11last i will be one that Gen Lee says will have J to be marked with a white milestone This reunion will bring thousands of visitors to Ixmisvillelbesides the survivors of the war and the Confederate 1 veterans of this city and State are mak ing preparations for a reception for them j that will far surpass that ever given any reunion The Confederate Southern Memorial Association will also hold its t meeting at the same time the ripening feature of which will bethe Jefferson Davis memorial service- It would not be surprising if a movement to erect a monument to the Rev Father Ryan the famed and beloved poet of the Southern armies were inaugurated at thiS reunion The rug gestion that his memory be so perpetuated has met with hearty approval in all the Southern States I TRINITY COUNCIL i There was a fair attendance at the meeting of Trinity Council Y M L on Monday night when the obligation was admlnUtered to Frank Gahafer Albert MeUger was reported well after a long illness leaving William Rueff the only one on the sick list and it is hoped he will soou be restored to perfect health The Entertainment Committee reported thatIbig minstrel show would 1be given soon afteraster TrwltXcoBBcHs euchres aai dances have bean so popular and then 0 demandso great for another before Lent special place before Lent Announcement was made of the meeting of the Joint Com mittee tonight and also of the Board of Grand Directors tomorrow afternoon workingharmoniously make this one of the most successful years in its history A great effort witi be made to Increase the funds in the treasury and hasten the time for pur chasing a club house of their own MARTIN SHEEHAN Has a Big Lead in the Hiber nian Membership L Conteste f Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met in regular session Mon day night t with a good attendance Presi dent Patrick Welsh presided and agreat deal of business was transacted lames McCue one of the old and faithful mem bers was honored with a beautiful gold emblem of the order in recognition of his long service and loyalty to the divis ion The presentation speech was de livered in an able and eloquent manner by President Welsh Divisions 1 2 and 4 will certainly have to hustle if they hope to win the 50 gold prize offered the division securing the most new members for the big initia tion on March 17 Martin Sheehan who is after this prize as well as one of the gold watches presented fiftythree additional applications and the announce ment was received with tremendous ap plause When the list had been read he said he will have another list equally as large for the next meeting This shows how the order can be built up and should spur every member of the order in Louis ville on the contest now pending There is not a Hibernian who can not secure at least two applications for his division John M Mulloy of the County Board was a welcome visitor and when introduced he made a short but happy talk He encouraged the members and urged them to keep up the good work assuring them that by doing so the Initiation and banquet on March 17 would be a grand success 1 THOUSANDS Will Play in the Big Charity Euchre For St Anthonys 0 Hospitall The third annual charity euchre given by the St Anthonys Hospital Sewing Society for the benefit otthat most worthy institution will take place next Thursday afternoon and evening Feb ruary 16 at Phoenix Hill Hall As this is the only entertainment given during the entire year for the benefit of the hos pital great interest is manifest through out the city for this event and it prom ises to be as successful and enjoyable as the two preceding ones An excellent lunch and refreshments will be served at moderate prices and various amusements will be provided for the entertainment of visitors Sweet strains of music will be discoursed during the afternoon and evening by the ever popular Eichhorn Kollros band The ladies in charge are making a strenuous effort to make it a social as well as a financial success and it is to be hoped that the public will appreciate their efforts and lend a help ing hand for sweet charit- yCATHOLIC I KNIGHTS Indiana State Convention to Be Held In New Albany The annual meeting of the Indiana State Council of the Catholic Knights of America will convene in New Albany on Tuesday February 28 and the sessions will continue for several days This will be a very interesting meeting as Indiana hone of the most Important States in the great Catholic benevolent order Jonathan Thickstun of Jeffersonville is State President and expects that Supreme President Gaudien Secretary Matre Su preme Trustee McGinn Major Gen Kadeski Michael Reichert and many State officers from Kentucky and others prominent in the order will be present as visitors The branch in New Albany is a strong one and it goes without saying that the State Council will be handsomely entertained All reports now coming in are of a most encouraging character Nearly all of those who were dissatisfied with the new rates have changed their views and are accepting the options and besides bringing in new members additional councils are now being established in many parts of the country I I ANNOUNCES FOR SENATOR The Hon Albert H CharUon this week announces his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for State Senator for the district comprising the five western wards of the city Mr Charlton served several terms in the Legislature and proved a valuable member He is thoroughly practical and knows what should be done and how to do it His record is open to hiss constituents and he is liked and respected by all who know him No one has ever questioned his Democracy and if he is chosen he will give this city the same good service that be did in the pasta G r THE CARDINALS Thoro Are At Present Sixty One and Nino Vacant Places- TwentyThree of Thom Have Reached Three Score and Ton Ten Belong to Religious Orders and There Is But One Jesuit CONSISTORY MAY BE HELD IN APRIL y There are at present slxtyone Cardi nals and nine vacant places thirtyseven are Italians six FrenchCardinal eiKhtysixbeingCollege five Spaniards counting Cardi nal Merry del Val aged thirtynine and the youngest of the Cardinals as a Spaniard five Austrians and Hungarians three Germans one Portuguese one Belgian one American one Irishman one Englishman and one Australian- Of the entire Sacred College says a Rome correspondent of the Freemans Journal Cardinal Oreglla is the only survivor from the consistories of PlussIX Netto of Lisbon is the oldest living of Leos creations and after him come Moran of Sydney and Capecelatro of Capua each of whom has been Cardinal for twenty years Cardinal Gibbons follows with nineteen years in the Cardinalate so his Eminence of Balti more is now in order of seniority among the Princess of the church Rarely in history has the Sacredt College been composed of such a great priportion of men over seventy There are no fewer than twentythree of them who have surpassed mans allotted span of three score and ten Cardinal Richard is eightysix Gruscha eightyfive Cape celatro eightyone Steinhuber eighty Nocella seventynine Goosens seventy eight Perraud Di Pietro and Oreglia receivesinrecently and Manara seventysix Moran seventyfive Lecot seventyfour Vaszaryi Macchi Kathschaler and Agli ardi seventythree Sancha and Cretoni seventytwo Gotti Gibbons Casana and Serafino Vannutelli seventyone Thirty of the Cardinals reside in Rome and are engaged in different congregations which form the central administration of the i church under the supreme guidance of the Sovereign Pontiff and of these thirty only four are nonItaliaus the Spaniards Merry del Val andWves the German Steinhuber and the French MatthieuTen the Cardinals belong to religious ordersthere are two Oratorians two Benedictines one Jesuit one Dominican one Capuchin one Franciscan onesCarmelite and one Augustinian Eight of the Cardinals are simple priests and with the death of Cardinal Martel a few years ago the last of the Cardinals who never advanced as far as the priesthood I passed away- Recently the report was started that the Holy Father intends to hold a coo sistory in the first week of next April It is very likely and it is more than likely that a few Cardinals will be created one of whom will almost certainly be Pius Xs successor as Patriarch of VeniceMonsignor Cavallari Will there be a new American Cardinal Only Pius X knows and he wont tell yet- I I FESTIVAL FOR CHILDREN The pupils of the Sacred Heart paro chial school and their parents will cele brate Washingtons birthday with a candy pulling festival in the school hall Seventeenth and Broadway on Wednes day February 22 The Sisters and the ady friends of the school have been busy for some time making preparations for the event and all who attend are assured a celebration that will delight them The afternoon will be for the little people and the evening for their parents and judged from the number of tickets issued the gathering will be a large and happy one Besides the candy that will be given away there will be a number of amusing and enjoyable features I I BROTHER SUCCEEDS BROTHER The General Council accepted the resignation of City Assessor Daniel F Murphy at its meeting Monday night at the same time adopting resolutions very complimentary of the retiring official Later a joint session was held at which Cornelius C Murphy for many years chief deputy in the office was elected to fill out the unexpired term which Is from March 1 to November 10 The selection was the best that could have been made as there Is noother man in the city possessing thejjknowledge and qualifications of the new Assessor I SODALITY BOX SOCIAL The Youug Ladies Sodality of St Augustines parish in Jeffersonville will give a box social at the Falls City Hotel on Wednesday evening February 16 for the benefit of the new St Augustines church now nearing completion All are mot cordially invited to attend a special invitation being extended to Louisville and New Albany Wends p I t L3 NTUOKY IRISH AJMRIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN svotod to the Moral and Social Advancement of ail Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY c- Entered it tho tonlstllle Postofflce as Second Class Matter Addition Co mmualcatloae to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West OrecnSlrei t r r CCLABEL4SOUNIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1905 l SHOULD GO TO PIECES Before being kicked out Premeir Combes did all the devilment heI could against the church in Information has just reached the Vatican that just before his retirement the former Premier signed thFe decrees S r present scholastic year 156 schools kept by the Christian Brothers 195 educational institutions kept by nuns and 115 other religious establishments Combes is now pumakingr pose being to elect himself President when M Loubets term expires If France elects a man deserve1tLes to go to pieces COMPULSORY EDUCATION I Father Phelans Watchman says there is a compulsory education bill before the Senate of Missouri i that has aroused a good deal of interest throughout the State The measure is crude at present and iin its incipient stage but it will be improved by changes and amen ments in its passage through the Legislature in a way to make ll- u it helpful to all concerned and harmful to none The bill will be made to effect a more general diffusion of e rudimentary education among the rising generation without interfering with the constitutionalj rights of the parents to select the school the children shall attend The l religious schools interest being safeguarded t we have not the slightest objection to a law making educa tion of the young compulsory In fact we heartily favor such a law Children should be made to atten school between certain ages r When the parents are unable t control the children and force them to school the truant officer should step In i and perform the duty off protection Boys and girls should be kept off the streets The should be kept out of factories until they reach a certain age lC They should not be allowedto vendI newspapers during school hours or after a certain hour at night Wid ows are oftentimes unable to con trol their children for want of time or authority and they sometimes allow those children to run the streets for the dimes they make by selling papers We have now a factory law that prevents the employment of children under a certain age and we believe that law is being strictly enforced ButI we need a truant law to keep theI children off the street and compel them to go to school The serious drawback to success ful management of all schools pubI lie private and parochial is th growing absenteeism of pupils For the slightest excuse parent- keep their children from schoolC with the result that classes are disorganized and general progress seriously hampered The truant officer would be able to keep the classes in all schools filled andII save much worry and confusion ind the classroom In those States where the laws make education compulsory the 1 priests are all more than well pleased with the laws operation We do not know any State where the law is made to work hardship to the parochial school In Ohio such a law has been in force for years and the priests inform use that it is of the greatest assistance to their parish schools Since theJJ billwas introduced the public school teachers have been very active in advocating its passage That might be expected of them an it promotw their trade The pre cli riMiye taken the matter up U J with enthusiasm as it is somewhat in their line also The schools and politics are the last refuges of the unsuccessful preacher But maybe these men have a loftier and purely unselfish purpose in their support of the measure If the priests have not come out in public advo cacy of the measure it is because first they are not in the habitof coaching our lawmaking bodies and secondly they have their schools crowded already and iin creased attendance would entail h vaster outlay of parish funds to supply school accommodations and they are taxed to the utmost already But they do not oppose the enactment of such a law and will not place the least obstacle to itsenforcementThere doubt but that co pulsory education upon the foregoing lines is beneficial to any Stat and we would favor the enactmentl of a similar law for Kentucky The ministers of the vario Protestant churches in Louisville podP ularly known as a revival also calleda religious awakening b some These revivals are given from time to time and in some cases good is accomplished but as- a rule they are spasmodic and result in nothing permanent How 1ever if men are made better even for a few days by these revivals some good will have been done Catholics appreciate the efforts of those outside the church to do good and when the effort is sincere I applaud such work Som times socalled religious revivals purposedpromoting political schemes bu there have been assurances that 0in the present instance the movement is purely religious We hop the revival will get along without abusitig the Pope or those who oYf religion The Congress of the UnitedI States met Wednesday in the hall1 of the House of Representatives for the official count of the alec toral vote cast in the Presidential election Senator Frye President pro tern of the Senate presidedJ over the joint session which was without incident When the count was completed the vote wa announced Roosevelt and Fair banks receiving 337 votes and Parker and Davis 140 votes Theo dore Roosevelt received the highest electoral vote ever cast for a Presi dent of the United States The Catholic church has by far the largest membership of any UniteeStates flag the number being 20 Methos dists with 6084755 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS a February 16 the Knights of Milwaukee will tender a public reception to Archbishop J Mesmerjj A new c until was instituted last Sun ay at DeWitt Iowa Lords Council ofII Davenport chartered a special train to convey its members to the ceremonies New Orleans Council will initiate a I large class on March 5 when Supreme 1t Knight Edward L Hearn will be present If Last Sunday a new council was insti tuted at Reynoldsville making the seven tieth in Pennsylvania Another will be organized at Warren on Sunday Feb j ruary 10- Cardinal Gibbons has appealed to theI Knights of Columbus to assist him in his ffort to repair the loss sustained by the 1 Catholic University through the Wagga j failure Tomorrow the Knights Of Madison Ind will initiate a class of candidates and the second degree will be conferred by Louisville Council which will send a large delegation Many Knights are also expected from Indianapolis aud Cinda nati Madison Council hoe made aloha rate preparation for entertaining the yiritorii b U rI THOMAS A SHEILEY Popular Democratic Candidate For Tax Receiver 969S9SSSS6SSS695959SSS9SS SOCIETY JI2 Miss Jessie McCauliffe is the guest of Mrs George Lindsey at Dayton Ohio Miss Lillian Dehler will entertain the members of her card club this afternoonI Miss Nell Meehan is visiting at Evans Damrs field agaien after a short visit with friends at Bowling Green Miss Elsa Fitch has returned from guestnof Riley Miss Else Fitch had as her guest this week Miss Doris Riley a popular society girl of Owensboro- Y Miss May Monohan of Portland was last week the guest of Mrs D W OHern in South Louisville Miss May Semonin who has been ill1 for the past few days with the grip is re portedalmost well again Miss Fannie OReilly returned the first of the week after a short but enjoyable visit with friend at Newport Miss Lou Woodward who was the guest of Mrs William Daugherty has returned to her home at Elizabethtown Misses Lillie and Vivian Doyle whoi vaset Miss Nannie Nutt will not return until1 April ofMiss Ida Wylie of Coleraine Ireland i twill arrive here the first part of next month to visit Col and Mrs Bennett H Young eGeorge Tracy who has been ill for several weeks at his home in Portland iis again well and able to return to his work Miss Pearl Wyrock has been having Ia most delightful visit at Corrollton where she was the guest of Misses Anna and Rose Glauber Mrs Thomas Tarpey and her handsome daughter Miss Elizabeth are home from a delightful visit with Mrs Oscar Colde way in Newport Misses Mossie and Maggie Burke of Las Vegas are the guests of their sister Mrs Robert Bryant at her home iin South Louiiiville The many friends of Mrs Patric- s Scally of Portland will be pleased to learn that she has entirely recovered from her recent illness Edward Finn who was confined to his home on Fourth avenue for several days is again able to be out and at his place of business on Main street Miss Althaire Mattingly who has beenI the attractive guest of Miss Katherine Mattingly for several weeks left Monday for her home at Lebanon acharmindg t given a number of her friends Monday evening at her home in Portland Miss Lula Mae Brown the attractive daughter of Patrick J Brown who has been ill the past week is much better and expects to be out in a few days Mrs Gus J Bretz and her niece Miss Mabel Score returned home Thursday from a pleasant three weeks visit with Sister Nary Pius of the Dominican order at Memphis Mrs James McKenna of Fairfield wife of the well known distiller was here this week the welcome guest of her father Charles J White 1025 West Jet ferson street Miss Ethel Nones who has been ill at St Josephs Infirmary for six weeks was able this week to be removed to her home on the Barlstown road where progress toward her recovery continues The numerous friends of Mrs John Jjj Barrett 838 East Main street will be re joiced to learn that she has almost I entirely recovered from the illness ofJJ grip with which she was stricken last weekcMiss Mary Keyer left this week for Natchez Miss where she will be the guest of her brother Robert Keyer formerly of this city bat now one of the leading axd Influential citizens of Natche Qi1 Mrs Mary Collins who has been ill f the past seven weeks at her home 15If9 Twelfth street is reported slightly im proved and her friends now have hopes for her recovery Miss Annie Rlhn has had as her charming I guest Miss Minnie Fowler a leader among the younger set at Etizabethtown The fair visitor has been receiving much social attention from the many friends she has made here The many friends of Mrs James Shelley who has been ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will be glad to learn that she was able to be removed to her home last Wednesday and that there is a great improvement in her conditionI Misses Catherine Mooney and Kate Reardon who were quite seriously mat their homes in Portland are waking rapid progress toward recovery These two ladies have a host of admirers who will welcome them when they make their reappearance Widespread sorrow is felt over th condition of Mrs Daniel J Duan- mother of Deputy Jailer Duane wbo lies critically ill at the family residence 2108 Floyd street Mrs Duane is an aged and most estimable lady and for sometime she has been suffering from a severe attack of asthma Miss Margaret Brennan and Charles Meyer will be united in marriage at Stt Williams church next Wednesday after noon at 3 oclock Miss Brennan is th attractive and accomplished daughter o John F Brennan of the firm of Brennan Bro while the groom is engaged Iin business with his father at 328 Aver avenue Both the contracting parties have a host of friends who wish them many years of happy and successful married life One of the delightful social events of last week was the euchre and reception on Friday night at the residence of Mrs George W McKinney 1013 Sixth streett There were seven tables and the prizes were a set of brilliant side combs a purse box of cigars two musical instruments and a handsome scarf pin The winners were Miss Minnie Deckel Miss Lida Kast and Miss Howard Messrs Frank Wright Lamb and OSullivan After the games all were seated to an elegant luncheon and the rest of th evening was devoted to music singing and recitations The wide circle of friends of Miss Rose Stephan and Will DeRose were pleas aptly surprised when announcement wasi made of their marriage which was RevkPatrick Walsh Heart church performing the ceremony After leaving the rectory the happy young couple and a number of relatives and friends were tendered a wedding reception and supper at the residence of P F Coleman 1725 West Jefferson street The groom is the chief clerk in the claim department of the L N and the bride is an attractive and popular young girl of the West End On Tuesday morning at 830 oclock a happy marriage was solemnizedwith nuptial mass at St Martins church the contractinglparties being Robert Creedon and Miss Louise Schumpp The cere mony wasperformed by the Rev Father Thome and was witnessed by a large gathering of relatives and friends of the worthy young couple After leaving the church thebrldal party were entertained ata wedding breakfast and reception and then left for the East where they are spending their honeymoon Upon their retutnjthey will be at home to their friends at 3748 Third avenue The bride is one of thelmost popular and attractive young women of the East End and has been a prominent figure in our best Ger man society circles Robert Creedon holds a good position with the Louisville Nashville railroad and is well known throughout the city The happy pair have the best wishes of a legion of friends for a long and prosperous life JOINT COMMITTEE PLANS Tonight the Joint Committee representing the local councils of the Young Mens Institute will meet at the club rooms of Satolli council and effect its formal organization Plan for the future will be discussed among other things being the arrangement for the new ritual Several recommendations will also be submitted to the Board of Grand Direc tors which meets here tomorrow This committee is composed representative Catholic young men who can be de pended upon to protect the interests of their great order i vvrrTvvvvvvv v y y g5r 5r il 5l y V S I jK US YOUR okiJERj 326 3 x3x xx S SK 3 i J s s s x 0 r orMr and Mrs Richard I Nugent have the sympathy ofa host of friends in the loss of their infant son Lawrence whose funeral took place yesterday morning The funeral of William McGrath who tell on the ice Wednesday and sustainedI injuries that proved fatal the same even ing took place Friday morning from St Patricks church Deceased was forty two years old and unmarried He was the son of Squire McGrath and was well known throughout the city Laving lived here all his life William Cavanaugh aged thirtyseven years and a well known resident of this city died Monday evening at the home of his sister Mrs Margaret Connelly 1844 Portland avenue after a long ill ness For years he had been running on the river and enjoyed the confidence of the leading steamboatmen He was unmarried and when here resided with his sister The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Patricks church The old adage that death loves a shine ing mark was never more clearly though of little Miss Katherine Shea which occurred morning at th home of her mother Mrs Mary Shea 1122 First street Deceased would have been nine years old her next birthday and her untimely death was a sad blow to her family and friends with whom sh had become a general favorite on sccoun of her sweet disposition Her funeral 1 took place Friday morning from St d holy communion yIt was with feelings of extreme sorrow that the reties that death had remove Miss Bridget Holland was received b her friends and relatives and they ware legion Coming to this country from Ireland young girl she has since made Louisville her home and by her charm ing and affable manner she became a great favorite among her wide circle of Miss Holland was a sisterinlaw of Patrick C Fallon from whose residence the funeral took place with requiem high miss at St Louis Bertrands church The solemn services were largely attended and the body now sleeps beneath a green mound in St Louis cemetery May she rest in peace eThe sudden death of Mrs Anuie Flynn last Tuesday night after a short illness of rheumatism was a great shock to her many friends and brings desolation to her immediate household She was the wife of Patrick Flynn a well known railway man and a daughter of James F Gardner former Councilman from the Ninth ward Mrs Flynn was a devoted mother a pious communicant a faithful friend and helpful neighbor and the sympathy of a large circle of friends has been extended the bereaved husband and five sons who survive her The funeral took place Friday morning from the Sacred Heart church Father Patrick Walsh celebrating the solemn mass of requiem On morning all that was mortal of Mrs Delia Nash beloved wife of Patrolman Richard Nash was con signed to the grave in St Louis cem etery Just at the time when life prom ised its choisest blessings and surrounded by an interesting family she laid down the burden aud her pure spirit went to its reward The deceased was held in the highest esteem in St Patricks parish a which she had been long a devout an faithful member and in her death befriends r and neighbors feel they suffer a distinct loss The fuueral took plac a from St Patricks church and was very largely attended For the bereaved bus band and children there has been ex pressed the most heartfelt sympathy FORTY HOURS JThe forty hours devotions will tomorrow morning at St Anthonys church at the high mass continuing until Tuesday These solemn and impressive services will be directed by Rev Father Leo assisted by the other priests of the church St Anthonys choir one of the largest and best of the city will render a splendid musical programme at the mass tomorrow MADE HIS MARK Thomas Fitzgerald who has just been made General Manager of the Baltimore Si Ohio railroad entered the service of that great as a water boy in 1867 and has never left it He was born of Irish parentsjin Fairmount West Vir ginia In all the positions he has held he has been popular with the officiate and his fellow employea crihdoi this paper now tJ J 0 1i JQ GOOD 0 lFAIR Kentucky Irish AmericanOFFICE GREEN STREET RECENT DEATHS deatheWednesday hopef acquaintances Wednesday beginJ corporation WORK WEST toi HIIXHXI HfHHI H+HIHH+X H+XIH+IH++++ IoI ++ 1THOMAS KEENAN I ji UNDERTAKER 1 T All Calls tFurnisbcl= Both Phones 305 1225 W MARKET STREET I1I 4i I rr I r Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages IFurnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 4 700 WEST WALNUT STREET 2 4 eTELEPHONE 810 1 ++ + I 123e1JN J BARRETTFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER S35 EKST tIN STREET dor With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business StreeteDflNIEL ItJDOUGHERTY UEAII AND EMBALMER e iBOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES 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a handsome face Save your teeth and save your money by having your dentistry done by DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Bulldlnr 551 FOURTH AVENUE LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent LET ME SELL OR LOOK AFTER THAT HOUSE OF YOURS Telephone me and I will call to see you Home Phone 369- 8HOLLYSPILECURE Cures any and all kinds of pleas Cure guaranteed or money refunded Pail orders receive prompt attention If your HollyBrae j a ir t t 1 I 1- icFNTUOKY IRISH I1II3iRICAN l J Down They Go In Prices Out They Go In Vast Quantities Mens and Boys Reliable and Stylish Winter Suits Overcoats Pants Hats Caps and Furnishings- END OF SEASONS SLAUGHTER SALE THE BIG STORE I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 434 Wont and Fifth M M M M H BIRTHDAY GIFTS Call see our handsome of Jewelry have many pretty designs novelties which would certainly make pleasing wedding or birthday gift WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS NECKLACES CUFF BUTTONS ETC Call and examine our fine line P IWest 530 MarketBRUNNI H t It It H to 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34SWstOreen Streeto ltIaIaCIGAltL of JH ntn ekn- P y nrr ee e eeee NEW VEILINGS veilingshavewell the tints blend how well they attract admiration and how well they will match any color hat Most every fashionable dresser in Louisville knows that our prestige in the veiling business increases daily When we have long sold our entire assortment others first secure them It matters not how fast the trend of fashion is you can always come here and see just such sort of veilings which the smart dressers of America accept SHADEDVEILINGSii BLACK VEILINGS The strongest language would be futile I II IIIf the predictions of authoritative fash in the attempt to describe these hand ion designers terminate blackveilings some veilings they must be seen to fully I this spring will be extensively used appreciate their beauty richness and i We have them with or without dots in extreme newness They are shaded efII clusters and separated These veilings fects in Coque de Roche Iris violet 1are fa most superior quality and it will blue at the top the color is pronounced Ii be impossible to duplicate them at the which in tapering down shows the differ i pries at which we offer them in this sale I ent hues and tints of the predominating q TIlls is a rare opportunity and no lady color made with the new flat velvet dots should delay taking advantage of it indeed is small for il Our prices begin as low i itheseI J BACON SONSiiTHE iJ o STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT ee e 0 00 0 000000 = FEDERATION Many New Delegates SeatedI at Thursday Nights Meeting Thursday night the regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation was held in Hibernian Hall and the large at tendance was very gratifying Many new delegates were seated and during the evening the proceedings were made inter esting by the remarks of Joseph Sayre Patrick T Sullivan Dr J W Fowler Fred Eschner Robert Mitchell Fredl Rosskopf Joseph Farrell John J Score Robert Goebel and others Communications were read from Na tional President Minahan and Secretary Matre conveying information as to the progress of the federation movement I throughout the country and their several suggestions were concurred in Everything was reported ready for the dramatic performance to be given for the benefit of the Louisville Federation by the Casino Dramatic Club tomorrow night at St Martins Hall which the friends of botborganlzatlonsare expected to witness Dr J W Fowler of the National Ex ecutive Board reported the proceedings of that body at the meeting held last month In New York and stated that I there need be no surprise if the Knights of Columbus were won back before the next national convention With the ap proval of Cardinal Gibbons a large fed ratfon meeting will soon be held in Bal timore and it is the intention to hold eight more for organization purposes and Dr Fowler will endeavor to have Louisville selected as one of the places The next meeting of the Executive Board will be held in New Orleans on I March 4 and judged from accounts received I it will be an important one Dr Fowler will be present and will have a good report to make for Kentucky J President Kelly said that owing to the absence of Dr F S Clark na report could be made on the library question Secretary Cooney called attention to the fact that the per capita tax was now due andshould be paid at once in order that the federation might meet its obligations they mature BONAPARTE Personal Popularity Made Him Presidential Elector in Maryland Maryland has eight Presidental elect ors and at the contest of last year seven Parker candidates and one Roosevelt candidate were chosen Maryland being the only State in the country which dl vided its electors The only Republican chosen is Charles J Bonaparte bears a historic name and who is a of Jerome Bonaparte King of Westphalia and brother of the FrenchIEmperor He is a resident of By some persons the triumph of a Bonaparte in an American political con test has been ascribed to the popularity Mr Bonaparte himself by others to the desire of many Democrats In Maryland to rebuke the hostility shown iinI some quarters to the nomination of Mr Bonaparte as a Presidential elector and others by the inherent attraction net magnetism of the name of Bona even in the United States He ii- a is Catholic and a personal friend of President Roosevelt on PRETTIEST AND SMARTEST At a voting contest held at an Irish in London the Marchioness of Ava received the greatest number of votes husband who was Lord Terence Blackwood is Irish by descent The has Marchioness was Miss Flora Davis of prettiestthe this Sat contest held at a bazar given for theben of the French Sitters the popular was awarded to the Couatwe of it Essex whose hustfand iis tke E rlof Essex The Countess was Adele Grant New York She was called theswart ante lldyprest C n a kl II 350For Suits worth 650 a 750 Black Cheviots and Fancy Cassimeres 650For Suits and Overcoats worth 10 andI2 950For Suits and Overco worthi5 to 20 1250I For Suits and Overcoa- worth 2250 andz5 LEVYSTHIRD I HOPKINS THEATER The Hopkins management offers another exceedingly good bill for next I week headlined with Sam Elton the man who made the Shah laugh Sabel Johnson the famous soprano and Thorn MISS SABEL JOHNSON ton Daly a pleasing comedienne willI feature the bill with numbers that are sure to take An extra added attraction I will be Sherman and DeForrest in The Pall of Poor Arthur a very amusing There will be ventriloquism dancing and the wonderfully intelligent seals besides the biograph for whichl new moving pictures have been carefully selected and it is promised every turn the programme will be noteworthy DIRECTORS MEET TOMORROW Chairman Frank G Adams of theI Board of Grand Directors of the Young loans Institute Kentucky jurisdiction I called a meeting of the board for tomorrow afternoonat the rooms of oil i Council on Fourth avenue As will be the first meeting held for several months there will be quite an amount of business to transact much of very Important Grand President Kelly and otherpfficers of the Kentucky jurisdiction ire expected to be in attend A tall account of the proceeding- swilbnpgwrix oar text weelrsiesaeu r CASINO DRAMATIC CLUB Will Give Big Production of The Sliver Kind Sun nddayNight I Rehearsals and preparations have been going on rapidly for the past three weeks for the drams The Silver King which will be given a faultless production tomorrow night at St Martins Hall bv the Casino Dramatic Club for the benefit of the Federation of Catholic Societies The Casino Dramatic Club is the only one in this city to attempt such a great drama as The Silver King ItLast year this play was presented with such1f success that the ladles and gentlemen of the club thought it advisable to try the drama on a larger scale and the partici pants now anticipate an immense audi rapidlytSCatholic Federation the club certainly deserves encouragement Those who de sire cau secure reserved seats at FowlersI drug store and St Martins rectory WITH THE BOYS tsBishop Hoban Sees No Harm In Athletic Games on Sunday In a sermon on Child Labor at St Peters Cathedral before a large congre gation last Sunday the Right Rev Michael J Hoban Bishop of Scranton came out unequivocally for permitting working boys to play athletic games on Sunday After picturing the hardships many of the boys of his community are put to in the mines and mills day and night six days a week he criticised those who protest against them enjoying the Snbbath in harmless recreations and addedI say let them play base ball or foot ball or any other kind of ball to their hearts content The good Lord will be pleased to see them do it I aver provid ing they are good boys It The boys who work all the week must have some recreation and base ball gives them their greatest amusement besides safeguarding them from many pitfalls that are open to the young Base ball is a healthful and ennobling sport and it would be beneficial to our youngsters if they were organized Into leagues in all sections of the city STEVE MELLIOTTS CHANGE Stephen J McEUiott has resigned his position as Superintendent of the L N railroad iron yards to associate himself with his brotherinlaw Daniel Dougherty in the latters undertaking establishment Steve is one of the most popular railroad men in the city and during his long service with the L N has made a host of friends by his never failing courtesy and his ever ready willingness to help the young men to secure better positions in theD shops He will certainly carry their best wishes for success in his business ven 1tare John J McNally a well know Limerick young man has bee I appointed to succeed Mr McEUiott FEDERATION AT ROCHESTER Representatives of thirtp two of the Catholic societies connected with the eight Germanspeaking Catholic churches of Rochester met Sunday evening in St Josephs Hall and formed a local branch of the American Federation of Catholt- Societies Federation was encouraged bv the presence of seven of the pastors English was made the official language of the organization although each mem bel will be allowed to express himself in German if he wishes to do so LADIES EUCHRE rThe lady friends of Mackiu Council T will give the next of their series of euchres at the club house on Wednesday evening of next week and as before beautiful prizes are offered These euchraa are rapidly growing in popularity anll are becoming fixed events in Witt i 1 Km3 society f rn g t tBE SURE TO CALL FOR 1 J McKENNAWHISKY 1 0 I IT IS ALWAYS PURE WHoj McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I GEHER SON 217 Market St near Second I OUR GREAT SPECIALTY r Stoves and Ranges MADE IN LOUISVILLE a Best Assortment utid the Lowest Prices In tits City FOL OW TaE CROWDAnd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY ss GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 1 FACELIE THE NLEyill SE SKILLFUL WORKMEN 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act Bilycks wonder ful seals The Biograph always different EXTRA EXTRA SHERMAN DEFORRESTI- n The Fall of Poor Arthur MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street W H PIPES 347 FIFTH STREET Real Estate Loans EstateAnyAmountsBring Houses and Lots Boughts and Sold Loans Negotiated CATHOLIC CONGRESS One of the most interesting events of theSixteenthl expressdesireto May lTbe first Congress was held atLiIle in 1881 and the movement in augurated by it has gathered new forces I every year aincethe- nKEEr YOUR TEMPER IDont exhaust all your reserve force over petty cares Each time that one loses control over herself her nerves her nervousforasad moves a fraction of an inch farther en- is the path that JKk to premature old i r- D r ii IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges If you want the news from Ireland sub scribe for the Kentucky Irish American THe police headquarters for County Mayo have been transferred from West port to Castlebar Dr Egan qf Dunraven has been elected Resident Surgeon of Waterford City and County Infirmary- A seaman named Nicholas McNamara of the training ship Emerald was drowned in Queenstown harbor Rev Father Bourke of Powerstown met with a rather serious accident while driving to Clonmel from Kilsheelan- At Birr Hilary sessions County Court Judge Curran was presented with white gloves there being no criminal cases to be triedThe North Tipperary County Council has decided to make the cost of extra police a countyat large instead of a dis trict charge Thirtytwo writs for rent and eight ejectment processes were served on ten ants of the Murphy estate in Roscommon during Christmas week Daniel Ryan of Thurles has made a claim for compensation for the alleged malicious burning of a dwelling house on the night of December 27 The saw mills in CarrickonSnir which have been idle for three years have beeujtaken over by English people who intend to reopen shortly The remains of Capt Nicholas Weldon who took James Stephens out of Dublin after the latters escape from prison were interred in Glasnevin cemetery The tenants on the Clancarty estate at a meeting held in Loughrea decided to ask the landlord to put an offer of terms of sale before them for their considera tionThe Limerick Chamber of Commerce has suggested the appointment of a rep resentative of the Department of Agri culture to prevent foreign produce being sold as Irish The town tenants of Lord Arrans Donegal estate have requested his Lord ship to include the urban property in the estate in the negotiations for purchase which are at preseutproceeding A messngejfroni Clifton County Gal way reports the sudden death in the Island of iltrnisboffin of Dr OHanlon the medical officer for the island The deceased was a native of Dublin The Executive Committee of the Ulster Union of the Garlic League have taken stepsto obtain recognition for the Irish language in the schools and under the public boards or the province The Countess of Dudley visited the scene of the Roscommon bogslide having motered over from Rockiugbam Her Excellency displayed keen interest in the welfare of the victims of the disaster Speaking fit a meeting of the Glanmire branch of the United Irish League the Rev J Russell said that in that district thetime bad not yet come for the revival of the demand for the compulsory sale of landWicklow harbor is in danger of being closed up bysilting sand and the Treasury when applied to for a free grant to improve the approaches to the harbor replied offering a loan to the local author ities The Macroom Town Tenants Association have adopted a resolution pledging to support members and subscribers of Town Tenants League when seeking election to honorary or remunerative officesA and influential public meeting under the auspices of the Tipperary Teachers Organization was held in Thurles Important speeches were made by representative members of the clergy and laity Five new members have been added to the committee of the Loughrea United Irish League with a view of pushing for ward negotiations for the sale of the urban portion ofjthe Clanricarde estate to the tenants- A meeting was held at Patfieids near Augbrim CountyllGalway to protest against any portion of the Dames Long worth estate purchased by the Congested Districts Boardflast April goipg into the hands of the grazers Great indignation has been caused in Banbridge by the insults offered to Catbo lies by a street preacher and some dis turbances have taken place in the streets as a result of the conduct of the mob sup porting the preacher- At Belfast a warrant was applied for against Robert Wilson of Antrim road on a summons charging hiss with at tempting to bribe a witness at the recent Belfast assizes The Magistrates inti mated that the warrant would be issued The Lord Lieutenant has been pleased to appoint Michael Drummond K Cto the office of theCounty Court Judge and Chairman ofJiQuarter Sessions of the Counties of Cavan and Leitrim fn the place of his Honor Judge Walters re signedThe Birr United Irish League has de CounI present majorityof to extri cate themselves from the horrible mess in which theyjhave landed the ratepayers of the town At a representative meeting of dele gates from various parts of County Cork it was decided to organize a county meet compulsoryImake the necessary arrangements It was decided to invite Mows Davitt and Kettle to attend At the Invitation of Swiuford Board of Guardians John Dillon addressed them on the problem of distress in the Wet Subsequently a public meeting was held weredelllicredbyDill JohnAIwond o r t r SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO 11- 3DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank etree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretaryjohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD T Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice nch Recording Secretary Tbos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Cbestnu- tAssistantDave Reillv TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidentRobertGleason PresidentRobertGleasonVice Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden Doorkeeper Owen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentWilliam Kerberg ShaughnessySecond MorganFinancialCorresponding SecretaryF Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpobl Marshal John Kenney Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President Joseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer TreasurerWill N Cast Marshal Jacob Pfalzer Inside Sentinel Aug Outside SentinelJohn Fries SATOLLI COUNCIL 162 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4tb Ave GrottyFirst William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nagh Financial SecretaryWill P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryLouis B Baker Corresponding Secretary J Fahey Treasurer James B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelEdward Aud Outside SentinelWilliam J OSulli van I MEMORIAM Mrs Pull Huttl Beloved Wife and Mother Who Died February IS 1904 Dearest mother thou has left us We thy loss most deeply feel But tis God who has bereft us He can all our sorrow heal We miss thee from our home dear mother We miss thy kind and willing hand Our home is dark without thee We miss thv kind command HUSDAND AND CHIUJRBN CATHOLIC PARTY Has Been Formed In England and Meets With Papal Approval Reports have just reached the Vatican of the formation of a large Catholic party in England under the leadership of the Duke of Norfolk The new Catholic league styled by the title Pro Anglifc Catholics counts as members all the prominent Catholics of the United Kingdom including several peers of the realm Its purpose is to obtain more favorable Catholic legislation from both houses of Parliament especially regarding the par tial support of Catholic schools by the Government All regulations and details concerning the new league have been submitted to and approved by the Vatican authorities The latter have been Informed that such a movement has met with favor even at court where Catholics have in recent years obtained some as cendencyMuch for the new movement is given to Monsignor Bourne the new Archbishop of Westminster and it is freely predicted in Vatican circles that if the work of the society shall prove suc cessful Monsignor Bourne will be re warded in being chosen as the successor of the late Cardinal Vaughan in the Sacred College It is also said that Cardinal Del Val who knows English conditions thoroughly has been the prime mover iin the societys work and has been greatly encouraged in his efforts by the personal interest taken in the Ulan by Piux X 014 Dave Smith erstwhile doctor but new ilawyer has brought another Mithi sliest failing this time front California Davey oW boy you are becoming ridlcttkHM =very ridicukHH L 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekgeneral- News Notes Division 1 of Boston will institute a new ladies auxiliary this month Last Sunday in Independence Hall the four degrees were worked on a class of twentyfive candidates for Division 44 of BostonA party to be given by the Ladies Auxiliary of Newton Mass next week promises to be a unique and novel enter tainmentSmiles and Tears of Erin will be the subject of an address to be delivered by Rev John Daly in the series given by the Hibernians of Milwaukee Division 32 of South Boston added twentyfive new names to its roster at the last meeting celebrating the event with an entertainment and collation President Carrigan at the first meeting over which he presided in Memphis appointed a committee to arrange a proper way to celebrate St Patricks day The Ladles Auxiliary of Dorchester Mass is making arrangements for the entertainment of their friends at a Japan ese party to be held in WInthrop Hall The four divisions of Utica will honor the memory of Irelands patron saint by a lecture and concert at the Majestic Theater on Sunday evening March 12 The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 11 of Utica observed the anniversary of their patron St Brigid with a banquet in St Patricks Hall on Tuesday of this week Congressman Patterson of Memphis assured the order in that city that he would assist in the movement to have Congress erect a statue in honor of the great IrishAmerican Commodore Jack BarryReports from the various divisions in Syracuse are verysatisfactory showing about 200 members initiated during the part year The Catholic Sun says another division will be organized in St Johns parish in the old First ward in the near futureMembers of Division 1 of Auburn N Y are engaged in a great effort to make this the banner year in point of in creased membership and Indications are that before the year has rolled by it will be numbered among the strongest divis ions in the Empire State Frank McDonogh the popular Division Deputy of Division 4 has received a let ter from the Ladies Auxiliary of Washington inviting him to witness a grand Initiation to be held there next Tuesday night when the degrees will be conferred on fifteen well known young society women of the national capital Division 76 recently organized in Bos ton has started out with a rush fourteen new members being added at the last meeting to the already large charter list Much enthusiasm was evident through out the proceedings and the sentiment of the members was that the new organiza tion must be made a banner division The Onondaga County Board at its last meeting decided to celebrate St Pat ricks day by having a parade at Syracuse in which the ten divisions of the county will participate The Knights of St Patrick House of Providence Cadets and other Catholic military organizations will be invited to join in the parade which is expected to be the largest ever held in that city on St Patricks day Syracuse is the home of National President Dolan Sixty delegates representing every Hibernian organization in Worcester Mass met and voted not to parade on St Patricks day Speeches against hay ing a parade were made by many of the older members of the order who believed that the money expended for music and other things would be better invested in the organizations property on Trumbull street It was voted however to engage Mechanics Hall for the evening of March 17 for a lecture on Irishmen In America The lecturer is to be the Hon John C Lineban of Concord N H- Over 400 members and their friends witnessed the installation of the officers of Division 2 of Washington of which Editor Haltigan of the National Hiber nian is President Eloquent addresses were delivered by the Very Rev Father Shaban of the Catholic University Prof J C Monaghan of the Department of Commerce Prof Joseph Dunn occupant of the Gaelic chair at the Catholic University i Col Michael Emmet Urell Wm H De Lacy of the Interior Department Rev Joseph I Maguire pastor of the Church of the Holy Comforter State President Moran Attorney Rossa F Downing and President Haltigan WINS MILWAUKEE GIRL The many friends in the State of Harry Collins a well known and prosperous young business man of Paducab have been pleasantly surprised by the an- n uncement of his engagement to Miss Lula Kinsella one of Milwaukees fairest daughters and a recognized leader in the circle in which she moves Their mar riage will be solemnized in the near future at the home of the bride but the young couple will come to Paducah to live The bride will be a welcome addi tion to the society life of the Pennyrile capital MACAULEYS The appearance at Macauleys the first three nights of next week and at the Wednesday matinee of Miss Maxine Elliott and her superb company should beone of the marked theatrical events of the current season Miss Elliott has not appeared here for years and In Clyde Fitcha greatest comedy Her Own Way she should be greeted by Immense audiences Seats are now on sale MASONIC The Seminary Girl next weeka offering at the Masonic is said to be an adwlxturcofwit Arid beauty mirth and melody laughter and pathos together with spectacle costumes and scenic effects that 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