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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 f F KENTucKY IRISH AMERICAN IVOLUME XIVNO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY IS 1905 PRICE RIVE CENTS MAGNIFICENT Were the Ceremonies Attendl lug the Investment of Arch bishop Moellor The Venerable Bishop of Louisville Was Unable to Be PresentM Greatest Event in tho Central West For Many Years Past CARDINAL GIBBONS WAS THEREg The ceremonies surrounding the conferring of the pallium upon the Mo Rev Henry Moeller D D third Archbishop of Cincinnati on Wednesday were the most impressive ever held iin the Central West It was intended that the Right Rev William George McCloskey the venerable Bishop of I Louisville now the oldest ranking prelate In the United States in point ofr service should take part in the cere monies and he was set down for anI address next in importance to that ofr His Eminence the Cardinal Bishop McCloskey has been ill of grip and1 though recovering was prevailed uponI by his physicians not to attempt the exer tion The ceremonies were held in St PetersI Cathedral and within the sacred precincts of this great edifice were gathered1 many of the most prominent members off the helrarchy of America The centralI figure of course was Archbishop Moeller Calm and dignified with the firm step ofF vigorous manhood the keen expressioni of years of study and serious application and the reposeful demeanor of one who to enters upon a new life with the confidence begotten of earnest conviction the new Archbishop took his place opposite the Cardinals throne And when iIni words of tender solicitude and paternal interest the eminent Prince of the Church addressed the Archbishop and asked him to follow in the wake and an example of the saintly man who had just passed to his reward the new dignitarys wonted stern lines relaxed the eyes grew moist and the head slowly drooped Arcbbishcpfbeen as father and son This feeling communicated itself to all present and silent prayers were sent upward that the Cardinals hope might be fulfilled Viewed in its entirety the ceremon was one of lasting impression It began promptly at 10 oclock when the procession moved fromthe Cathedral residence through the sacristy into the church The originally planned procession outside and iuto the main entrance had to be abandoned because of the severe coldT1 In the procession were Bishops ODon aghue of Indianapolis Alderding o- Pt f be Waynr Maes of Covington and the Byrne of Nashville besides nearly oanex hundred prelates of eminence want of space preventing the publication of all1 the namestierAfter the Gospel Cardinal Gibbons ascended the pulpit and preached the 1 sermon At its conclusion the mass was pithe Moeller vested himself in the complete robes of his office while Cardinal Gibbons donned cope and miter The Car dinal advancedto the highest step of the the altar and Archbisbpp Moeller knelt b fore him Intense silence en3ued The solemn momentthe greatest in the ecclesiastical life of the prelatj had at come In firm voice he pronounced hiSRa profession of faith and vow of allegiance to the Pope The Cardinal then roseMu took the from the attendant and HainN shoulders of Cincinnatis third Archbishop There was a moments pause Bj Not a word was heard not a head moved Then the Cardinal returned to his throne itz and Archbishop Moeller now fully iin- vested bestowed his first apostolic ben t ediction as Metropolitan of the See of Cincinnati of which the diocese offifes Louisville is a partnCardinal Gibbons in his address said iin part the I am sure that you will prove yourself eminently worthy of the new honorvwhich has been conferred upon you and that you will exhibit toward the Chair of Peter and the person of the Sovereign Pontiff the same loyalty and fiial affection which have marked your career as a 1 priest and a Bishop of the Church ofa1 God In this wider field of labor over which Providence has set you Your Grace will have more ample scope for the a exercise of those talents and that admin istrative ability with which God has endowed you And I have no doubt th your clergy and people will continue exercise toward Your Grace that loyalty and obedience and generous cooperation which they ever manifested toward yo predecessor in the See of Cincinnati They will hold up your hands as the children l of Israel held up the hands of Moses They will stand around you as valiant soldiers They will rejoice In your prosperity and will grieve at any adversity that may befall you They will take an active personal interest in every will work you may undertake in the cause of charity and religion left Happily for Your Grace you are mot coming te m strange place You are reo u u turning to the citv of your birth the c where you exercised your ministry as priest of God I well remember the so row which filled the late Archbishop- heart when you were torn from him to preside over the See of Columbus He told me that he lost his right arm in losing you and great was his joy when the son was restored to the father The most acceptable prayer I can offer f Your Grace is this May you emulate ti ore apostolic virtues of your venerable pro decessor May you receive his double spirit and may his mantle fall upon q j the mantle of Elias fell on Eliseus ay you walt in his footsteps and leave the impress of your good deeds on the archdiocese he has done And when yonr work is accomplished may you be able to say with him I have fought jgood fight I have finished my course I have kept the faith and now there is laid up for me a crown of glory which t Lord the just God will give unto me Archbishop Moeller in his response said The office to which I have been appointed by the Sovereign Pontiff is iIn- deed and your presence here reminds me of it an office of the utmost import tance and the greatest responsibilities It is an office which no one can hope wor thily to fill To meet its high demands good will is all that I can offer You may count on me that to the best of my humble strength and with Gods helpi shall strive to do my duty While I do not hope to reach the heights attained by the prelates who surround me the heights so gloriously gained by a Fen wick a Purcell and an Elder my prede censors in the See of Cincinnati trust me at least in this that should I fail to reach them the failure will not be owing to any want of good will on my part At the conclusion of the religious ceremony there was a banquet at Elder Han1 of St Josephs Orphan Asylum which was attended by about two hundred priests and all the Bishops ArchbishopsI and Cardinal After the dinner Father Mackey was called upon to act as toastmaster and informal addresses were made by Cardinal Gibbons ArchbishopI Ireland and Archbishop Glennon The Cardinal said that some people were born greatness some achieved greatness and some had greatness thrust upon them while others again were born iIn Ohio He added that Archbishop Moel1 ler had all four qualities and that while Baltimore had supplied the two previous Archbishops Ohio was coming into its own Archbishop Irelands address wasII eloquent plea for priests to take ani t active interest in public life and was in dicative of those features which have placed his career so prominently before the American public He also paid ai f high toSecretary Taft whom he- oJdtaredtias fthe greatmen the nation and said he was glad that he was from Cincinnati r I SCENTCLUBY Washingtons Birthday Cel ebration and Euchre atDPhoenix Hill t he biggest and most enjoyable of th 11ourWashingtons birthday celebrations wi1 the one given under the auspices of CliftoCrescent Club at Phoenix Iii afternoon and CAtlhandsomes but there will be numerous othe- amusements j for those who do not care toS play The CliftoCrescent Club Is velidl known for its past entertainments am a members propose to outdo themselves For tllargestbusy arranging for this celebration and programme they will present wi11not w TLee following ladies and gentlemen will have entire charge both in the afternoon endS night Mesdames Agnes Montague Heilman hLiebertc rray Merimee Hail Nora and Julia lloran Rose Shea Genevieve Conroy and Sallie Hannan Josie Kelly Elnora Lauer Lena Orth Rosie Liebert IlenDan Leah Owen Keiran Edward Burke Edward Keiran Pierre Dawson George Martin George Oeswein Ham Merimee Leo Edelen J B Millet Byford Treanor and Schwearie The colors will prevail and t young ladies may be attired to represent thirteen original States GREAT BOOK CHEAP Among the many notable Catholic works there Is no book that surpasses that entitled Faith of Our Fathers This is conceded to be as instructive and a Catholic book as was ever pub lished and no Catholic home should be without a copy of it Besides containing fund of valuable information it will be found interesting reading The Rogers Book Company 434 West Jefferson conslgton price of which has been reduced to twentyfive cents This is a rare offer KeptucLthe ky books will be mailed to any address MAYOR GRAINGeR IMPROVING of Mayor Grainger writes from Hot Springs that he is enjoying his visit and remain until about March 1 The Mayor was suffering from grip when he bat is much improved and OH h return home will be lu good shape for biuUew r o J J 8IN GOOD WORKS Catholics May Cooperate With Protestants Says Archbishop IMessmor Refusal Would Bo Unchristian ouin Opinion of lIthvaulcee- Prelate Louisville Separated BrethrenI aMight Follow Example With Profit hekADVICE TO THE JJLBBGY AND OTHERS Archbishop Messmer of Milwaukee the leading German Catholic prelate iin the United States does not object to co operating with non Catholics when they are striving to do good About Christmas time the Archbishop sent his pe sonal check for 100 to the Salvation Army of Milwaukee to assist them i giving a dinner for the poor and also sent another donation of 10 to some other Protestant organization i Milwaukee with his compliments and for a like purpose 1 Appropos of the fact that the Protestant churches in Louisville are holding revivals here which will last another week the attitude of the Archbishop on the nonCatholic revival movement Iis interesting to say the least It is true the Protestant ministers in Louisville have not asked the Catholic clergy toI join with them but this was not the casein Milwaukee where they invited the Catholics to join in a moral crusade dui ing the Lenten season Answering this request the Archbishop sent a circular letter to his priests You are aware he says that severalt Protestant denominations in our city have i agreed upon the plan of preaching iini their churches this winter on some distinct duties imposed by the Christiani i law moral precepts and principles to peopleisi i undoubtedly praiseworthy and the plan well taken The Protestant committee chargedWith arrangement of this s called evangelical campaign has asked for the cooperation of the Catholic clergyi Seeing absolutely noreason for refusing to comply with theirwish I gladly promised to notify our clergy the more so that the work is entirely Catholic The time chosen is also iin harmony with Catholic practice as it iaSt usual during the time of Lent to treat of moral subjects rather than spectilaticTh dogma It would tian to refuse cooperation in what ap assuredly to be a useful and timel work fully in consonance with Catholic practice merely for the reason that such cooperation is asked by persons not of faith further urging cooperation the Archbishop gives these reasons for it 11First that the ministers of non denominations are the religious achers and leaders of their people and powerEurl upon our separated brethren maydifferY erasdyet the difference in regard to Cbriutian morality of the laws of God is to Divine Providence and the herent powerof the Christian principle as great though unfortunately stilll enough A As Archbishop Messmer is the leading German Catholic prelate in the Unitedt so radical a change coming from what is usually a conservative source 17 occasioned much speculation and in clerical circles If the nonCatholic clergy of Louisville were a little more liberal and Invited the Catholics to work with them the waty for Milwaukee they do things different KNIGHTS AND LADIES Miss Mary Sheridan Returns beFrom Executive Board Meeting Miss Mary Sheridan Supreme Treas urer arrived home the first of the wee from Chicago where she had been attending the meeting of the Executive Board and Supreme officers of the Catho He Knights and Ladies of America When seen by the Kentucky Irish American she was bubbling over with The meeting of the board she said was the most satisfactory s had ever attended and the treatme and hospitality upon the part of t Chicago branches especially the banquet surpassed anything ever before beinginstitutedsubmitted by Supreme President Kelley and the Supreme Secretary show phenomenal gains in membership Thei death rate continues very small showing that great care is taken in the admission members There were no claims out confidencef and steadilyIncreasing ten Miss Sheridan poseng nearly every one of the 630 members leers present to hear her address This lag is the largest branch In the Unit States the second being St Patricks this city Arrangements were made ft active organizing work this spring when President Kelley willjvislt the principal cities coming to Lbuisvllle early in the summer p HIBERNIANS Ancient Order Fast Increasing in Membership All Over United States i In Louisville G0 0 Now Names Will be Added by March i7 tr rSt Patricks Day tomlses to bo Memorable t History of Local Order1 i iI 1 r CITIES ACROSS RIVER INTERESTED I Mtrmembershe I the Ancient Order Hibernians in the clFallsmovemed j United States this year to 200000 is already assured All over the country new members are being added to th J divisions and these new members are ofr the bestclaasIt I Heretofore the Kentucky Irish AmeriI can has referred tothqfact that the four I thett- I the membership by 600 on or before St Patricks day The movement to carry I this plan into effect is meeting with unusual success One division has already secured nearly 100 new members I and at the next meeting of another division fifty more new names will be proposed for membership There is ani incentive outside of admiration for the order for individual members of thei various divisions to work for the Increased membership as handsome and valuable prizes are tobe awarded to the member of each division securing the largest number of eligible names for membership The Limerick divisioni now seems to be determined to maintain certaioi p members predict proves true it need of surprise no one ifDivision 4 will capture the prizgahdsbyltJgatrlcks day have BOO members The New Albany and Jeffersonville divisions are also interested in the move ment to increase the membership On th Patricks night the New Albany division will give an open entertainment which the public will be invited 1 e Jeffersonville division has not yet announced its programme As previously announced in this paper the members of the Ancient Order in Louisville will be honored with the presence here of National Secretary Carroll of Columbus Ohio on St Patricks day He is an eloquent and ter forceful speaker and will deliver an address at the Scottish Rite Cathedral which has been engaged for this occa sion the hall now occupied by the order being too small to accommodate the forYThe occasion promises to be the most interesting in the history of the Auclent Order in the State of Kentucky prideitselfgrowing clientage among the members O Hin the three Palls Cities Its now urges each and scary one of it i readers to assist in the movement to add 500 new members to the order by March The time is now growing short iin which the work is to be accomplished The cost of joining is trivial and noi man should be allowed to refuse on the score of expense If he is hard up for time being some one will stand goodI him Let every Hibernian go toi work now to accomplish what wasi started out to be done two months ago towit Get 600 new members by Stt Patricks day COMES AFTER BRIDE James Dougherty one of the best known young men in this city and to merly connected with the dally papersof this city but for several years holding a Starkat city 9 week to claim his bride Miss Ka Greaney and on Wednesday night at St Patricks church the worthy couple who at had been sweethearts from childhood VeryRevbride is a sister of the late John Grcane bprPoliohemodtrew ceremony were with congratulations by the many friends who assembled at the church to witness their union Mr and Mrs DongherInwere tendered a grand Thursday night they left for Muncie where they will make their future hem NEWSBOYS FAVORITE Patrolman Charles Iredale the efficient guardian of the busy corner at Fourth Green streets has been enjoying his days vacation Charlie is especially pular with the newsboys who gather large numbers at that point and they make very little ttottblcforhitn good order keep1 tl- M l c w ofFRIARLANDSI Local Courts in the Philippines to Decide on Their- Ownership Mons Aglus Papal Delegate to Manila Is Making In vestigations Will Decide How Much Money the Orders and the Congre gations Shall Receive GOVERNMENT TO PAY WAR DAMAGES Monsignor Agius the new Apostolic delegate to the Philippine Islands has Joarrivedthe Vatican while Monsignor Agius was still in Washington informedthe Propaganda that the American Government had consented to enlarge the powers off the local courts in the islands so that allI questions regarding the ownership of property there may be finally set cobeof n the church which has always contendedI that the church buildings and others properties at present in the possession of Aglipays followers are by right tthe property of the Catholics in the islands although their title was not vested as isII the case in America in the persons of e Bishops or other ecclesiastics be was the property of the congregations at large Mons Agius has been instructed to make the contention in the courts that such property must be returned to its lawful holders previous to the charge and that the rightful representatives ofatsuch owners are in every case the Bishops i recently appointed in the islands Many protests have recently been reos ceived at the Vatican from the islands For this reason Pius X instructed Mon I signor Agius to bend allhfaeffottstowar retaining as much of the money as possi I ble for the purpose of the church in thetarchipelago AS the religious orders interested SDominicansrecently insisted upon a prompt division the 500000 still remaining on deaposit in a New York bank among their representives Plus X informed Cardinal 1 Vivesy Tuto who represented the orders interested that he would not allow the remaining funds to be given entirely to IItion15 among the dioceses in the islandsRThe first teiisfcieseligiousment will refuse to pay out because of the representations made by the Apos jnitiesMonsignor Agius has been instructed- to make a strict investigation as to how much of the land bought by the Ameri i can Government really belonged to the religious orders and how much was the property of the several parishes as such the support of the clergy of them at time From his the authori eltiesmine how the money is to be divided The amount which Monsignor propertde divided by the new Apostolic Delegate among the four Bishops in the archipelago and be applied to the support of the clergy until the churches shall have become selfsupporting It is hoped to largely increase this amount in the near future by the settlement of claims now pending before the courts in the islands2 for damages done to church property at the time of the American occupation While in Washington Monsignor Agiusj received assurances that all such claims would soon be settled It is understoodI here that they will amount to nearly 13000000 4 CATHOLIC KNIGHTS I Pary Visit to the LocalnBranches toDespite the extreme cold weather there was a fair attendance of delegates1 the monthly meeting of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America at St Marys Hall on Friday night of last week Owing to illness Iyesent and the chair was therefore occupied by exState President Harry Veene man Secretary John Score read communications which were given proper consideration Reports from the branches a good outlook for the future nearly all cases it appeared that those who contemplated leaving the ordcrhad shewere now preparing to give the Catholic Knights most loyal support New acre slons may now be looked for and the good feeling created was manifest in the or short but happy talks made by Mesa rs Michael Reichert John Scbalda Harry Veeneman Secretary Score and others who predicted that the good old times UIII n u n order in which this can be done is arranged the branches will be notified When these visits were formerly mac there was great interest in them and it is believed a renewal of them will be ap preciated by the membership in generall JUDGED THE GAMES Louisville Men Preside Over Big Contest In New Albany One of the most successful euchres ever witnessed in New Albany was held Tuesday night in Holy Trinity Ha under the auspices of the Cathol Knights and Indles of that city great was the interest in the contest for the prizes that the committee decided to an judgedHenri Hnftold Joseph McGinn and Henry Gottbratb all prominent in Catho- lIc fraternal circles The committee inf charge of the affair was Mrs Cora Richards and Mrs Anna Weber blessr- seph I Biscopink John J Lyons John McBarron Clarence Biscopink and Con McBarron who met the visitors up their arrival and escorted them to the receptioni there were calls for speeches from Messrs i Hunold and Gottbrath who had to de cline in order to catch their train All who participated want the branch to gi another euchre after Lento CANT STOP THEM h Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary t o Have a Big Initiation tMarch 15 IIi bernians throughout the city would certainly have felt proud of their Ladies Auxiliary could they have been present the enthusiastic and interesting meet ing held Wednesday night at Hibernian Hall The cold weather did not peeve large turnout of members and the fact that thirteen applications were received determinationd to ma Ladies Auxiliary the leading Catholic womens fraternal society in Louisville Mrs Nora Quinn received the obligation and Miss Margaret was reported on the sick list II members being requested to visit her Resolutions were adopted calling upo j one hearing of the illness or death of SecretarySoThe ladies determined not to be outdone by their brethren appointed a bigInitiationwhen they expect to confer the de on a class of at least 100 new men The Kentucky Irish American has told the ladies are working hard to this number and also that they have a delightful surprise for them They say the entertainment they willI ofhave on that occasion will be a treatt aud in their effort they should be encouraged by all Catholic women Before adjourning resolutions were adopted thanking the divisions for servo ices rendered at the late successful euchre and also to the Kentucky Irish American But one meeting intervenes between now and the initiation and itt sowiwhat they desire KELLYY Found Monday Night at Los Angeles In Deplorable Condition Owen Kelly the former wealthy Philadelphia grocer and prominent to Irishman whose disappearance and whereabouts has puzzled his relatives and friends for several months and for whom there has been a constant search throughout the entire country was arrested Monday night while wandering about the streets of Los Angeles Cat1 and confined in the city prison The police say that Kelly sits in his cell1 weeping constantly and appears to be on the verge of nervous prostration Wednesday the unfortunate man asked for an interview with Bishop Conaty but arrangement therefor had been me when this was written Those who be him in charge were unable to gain any information or explanation of his mysterious disappearance or the therefor and it may be some ti before the story is told It is expect edas that friends will go to Los Angeles at return to Philadelphia with Mr Kelly as soon as he is able to travel 0 HONOR FOR RAIDY set The Joint Committee AthreeMens Institute met Saturday night at Satollis club rooms on Fourth avenue flforRaid was honored with the ChnlrmaLip and his election augurs well for any undertaking this body m assume Upon motion a special co mlttee was appointed to secure a theater suitable han for a lecture content plated for the near future and reeolutio were adopted that the Joint meet on the fourth Saturday of each month in the rooms of Satolli Council pon the arrival of the new elfualThements will be put on foot for I I eY1M1111 I Kentucky Jurisdiction Has No Financial Interest in In stitute Magazine Board of Grand Directors Itefor Matter to Next Grand Council N Sundayis EnSocolirainff Reports 1 DATES SET FOR NEXT CONVENTION The GranosYoung Mens Institute Sundayafternoou CouncilonPrankdams NewIExecutive thisIPresident of the Kentucky jjurisdiction were present and took much iinterest in rollveofthepresentPrankCouncilWilliamCouncilThomasEdward Dawson St Catherines Council New Haven Dennis J McNamara tambert andJohnLexington absentTheSecretaryespecially that on membership which jurisdictionn membership andLouisvtlleexcellentntsh theCatholicbecomlngmoreinterestedtheirj applies membershipFor ofthehave been ofGranda publication ebearing the Magazinehasnt objec beingusedforat thelastState ntercdIntoGrandlCoun cll by which the Board of Grand Direct ors would have supervision of alfmatter i appearing in the magazine This would prevent the appearance of advertising or other matter that would 0Catholicson After1waitingmagazine publisher was written a letter calling his attention to the instructions oftheThe theGrandrectors and therefore resolutions were ad Kentuckyjurisdiction said magazine and in view of thetreat theboardto do with it but refer the whole matter to the next Grand IMagazine ner represent this jurisdiction It is strictly an individual enterprise and as has theKentuckysubordinate councils havebeenhavelpublished theKentuckynameslocationallbelonging the order After some discussion theJsubject was referred to GrsndSecretary Shannon who will ascertain the wishes of the various councils and at the next meeting the board will take action in i accordance therewith cityEdwardDennis J McNamara of Frankfort were appointed special committee to consider and report on the advisability of theissuancepatterned Journalde isda journal would interest all the members and could be used to great advantage in promulgating the keepingthejurisdiction informed woulddAt the last wasdecidedcon vention at Newport but the date was not Uoon the suggestion of Lafayette inheugust first session to be held on TheNewportfor this years convention and at a recent meeting the members of- afayette elected Frank J Noonan committeeay themPublicity Committee Next Saturday night the Newport council abig a pairseeying the expense of entertaining the delegates goodI napwhlfahee t r- It n- II L iKENTUCKY IRXSH AltIERICANc 1 T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN 1111111111111111111l N- Iievoted to the Moral sad Social Advaacmont of all Irish AmerloaaB KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS c r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Entered at the tonlatllle PoatoMIce as SocoIl4 Class Matter A4ttrasB Coamaslullonototke KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 Well Qrecn Street or UNION TRADES LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 1905 JUDOS IVTCANNS PLEDGE Judge John McCann in the Police Court on Wednesday mac1 the positive announcement th hereafter any person brought befo 1 him white or black proven to be guilty of carrying concealed a deadly weapon should be punish according to llaw He said shall treat everybody alike T- hv plea of not knowing the law is no excuse I shall- Kentucky not make any di tinctionlI will try to break this nefarious practice of carrying concealed deadly weapons Thereupon Judge McCann fined Henry Morris a white man 25 and sent him to jail for ten days though Morris pleaded that he wand as drunk did not know the law Madison Moore colored was fined a like sum with the same jail sentence as provided by the statute There is no getting around th statute about carrying concealed deadly weapons It is mandatory on the court to fine the offender 25 and send himto jail It doe not matter whether he is a merchant prince or a negrQ coal cart driver Many of the homicides and murders in Louisville in rece a years are directly attributable to the carrying of concealed deadly weapons The Irish American records the expressions of Judge McCann with pleasure We believe he will slick to his promise The first time he wavers however we shall call especial attention to th matter We have long urged that the law be enforced in this particular and no matter who the offender may be if it were our own brother we would insist on the law being enforced t THE FIRST REGIMENT The city of Louisville and Jefferson county have for years been striving r to secure a regiment of citizen soldiers like that of olden times which was known as the Louisville r threk of the SpanishAmerican war with great credit to itself and the city In the olden times the Legion was made up of all respectable classes of young men They were expected1 to fight when called upon and were not altogether society or dress parade soldiers In recent years iitt k seems the tendency has been to putt forward society men or socalle1I dudes at the heads of the various companies While these young menI may be of excellent character andII 1 brave they are not the kind thatt 5 go forward in time of war to fightt for their country In time of localI disturbance they might also be found wanting The recent troubles in the First c Regiment indicate the necessity of a complete reorganization of this military force The disclosures are discreditable to all concerned The Sicregiment ought to be disbanded at once and uew officers chosen if not the Fiscal Court should rescind 1the order for the construction of an armory for which the city and J county is now about to expend nearly 360000 If the regiment is to be conducted on present lines it were better that the money be thrown into the Ohio river Dis sension and strife have marked the course of the officers of the regl ment and the whole proceediugs connected with the recent investi gallons have brought about adverse comment from many quarters which is too severe to be put into print Adjt Gen Percy Haly should call for an immediate reorganiza tion of the First Regiment so that youne men who wilt obey prs and who have the making of true soldiers may have something to neweaaI berewise to stop work on Jit without further delay edGen Haly and Gov Beckham toIke willISIShave the confidence of the publics CATHOLIC PQPULATION upThe official Catholic Directory for 1905 presents some interesting statistics i The figures for the United States are Archbishops fifteeni Bishops eightyeight clergy 13 857 churches 11387 seminaries eightythree students 3926 col leges for boys 191 academies for girls 692 schools in parishes 423 children attending 1031378 or 37Ie822 charitable institutionsi 987 Total population 12462793 The archdiocese of New York is t largest in the United States and sthe smallest is that of Baker City Oregon with a Catholic population of 3218 The Kentucky Irish stt1 l tistics of the Catholic pPulatio under the American flag which has reached a total of 20553492 iin- cluding the Philippines Porto Rico and Sandwich Islands This is a wonderful showing The increase in the United States proper for t hen year was 575476 The increase i the three Falls Cities of Louisville- e hastkept pace with other parts of the country MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE STATISTICS President Roosevelt in a message to Congress calls attention to tb fact that no statistics on marriage and divorce have been collectedd since 1886 The President i recommending the coflection of such statistics by the Federal Govern ment and also by the State Govern ments says the institution of mar= riage is at the very foundation off our social organization and all1 matters connected therewith are of vital importance He recommends that Congress enact legislation which will authorize the Director of the Census to collect such statis tics from 1886 to date The pur pose he states is to obtain co operation among the States to the end that there may be enacted uni form laws on the subject of mar riage and divorce The President is to be commended for his course in this matter like in many others That he should send a special mss sage to Congress on the subjectt shows that he is in earnest InIl many of the State Legislatures also there is a tendency to take up the subject outlined in the i message When she statistics areI collected however the Legislatures will be better able toenact laws tto regulate marriage and divorcee t NEVER AGAIN Never again we trust says the Most Rev Archbishop John J Keane can the multitude be dealt with as simply a mass of industrial machines Never again we trust can it be the accepted policy to j wring from them a maximum of work for a minimum ofpay Never again can any country be content or permit that its toiling multitudes be housed and cared for like dumb docile beasts of burden Dumb and docile they can be no more for the wisest statesmen everywhere equally with Leo XIII have recog nized and proclaimed that the toil ers are not beasts of burden that they are men witty all the needs a Q and all the rights of men and that they must be treated and dt with accordingly The hours t toiler shall labor the pay he shall receive the humane and hygienic conditions in which he shall work sathe consideration due to age a sex the safeguarding of morals theencouragetnent of all that re fines and uplifts the masses these are matters that no civilized cou I try dare neglect today The conferring of the pallium ana the Most Rev Henry Moeller Archbishop of Cincinnati Wednesday details of which are papdowas a notable event in the history of this diocese It is to be regretted that our venerable Bishop Right Rev Dr McCloskey was unable be present on account of illness Patrick M Donahoe has obtained a controlling interest in the Boston Pilot which was founded by I father over his seventy years ag He is being congratulated on securing the property which passed o of his fathers hands many years ago on account of adversity Mr Donahoe will be manager and treasurer of the Pilot Company Those who make complaints about the cold weather the grip etc are mostly persons who are 5well clothed well fed and ha plenty of means These people seldom think of the poor who have no coal nor food with the temperature below zero To relieve gripon heon your purse send some needyI one a load of coal The cold weather has had the effect of keeping politicians in the background during the pa 1two weeks and few announcements- n have been made Next week it isto expected that things political will liven up and many announcements will follow KNIGHTS OF COIfflBDS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where It is reported that ere long anoth council will be organized in Kentucky We have been informed that the preliminary work is now under way v State Deputy McCullough announces instituteat Algoma Iowa This with the one just instituted at DeWitt will make nineteen in Iowan The Knights of Columbus of Philadel1I phia give a reception every year which is a prominent social event for charity sake and the proceeds this year are to be turned over to Archbishop Ryan use for any charity that suggests itself to I him It will be held at the Academy of Music on Easter Monday night Last Friday night at Indianapolis the 1third degree was conferred on a large class by Messrs James J FitzgeraldI I j Joseph E Conkling John M MuDoy Peter M OReilly Patrick H Callahan and J J Flynn members of Louisville Council The exemplification of th work was pronounced the finest ever seen in the Hoosier capital the Falls City i team carrying off the honors of the initiation They were given a great reception at the banquet that followedI I which was on a moSt elaborate scale A new conncil was instituted at Mad i son Ind last Sunday Louisville Knights taking prominent part The council off with aboutstarts fifty mem T bers among the number being severalIi priests The Madison Knights and theJJ visitors attended high mass at St Marys church Rev Father Byrne of Indian apolis being the celebrant and preaching an eloquent sermon After dinner the council was instituted and the two first degrees were conferred the work of the second being performed by Messrs Al1 MsRyan Thomas Evans Joseph Hnbbuch of and Joseph Clements of Louisville Council Their exemplification was pro nounced perfect by the visitors presentt btbejj there was a largely attendedl banquet when a number of toasts were responded to by prominent clergymen and officers of the order ALL MUST PAY The Catholic Womans Club will hold on election on Monday February 27 when seven directors will be chosen There are quite a number of prominent t1ladiesconclusion that Miss Maggie Judge will be the first choice and will again berehonored with the Presidency She has made a most able and successful executive f and the honor could not be more worthily bestowed LADIES EUCHRE The Married Ladies Clubof Holy Trinity church New Albany will give their regular euchre next Tuesday after coon and evening at Holy Trinity hall The afternoon game will be called at 230 in oclock and the evening game at 830 is oclock A large attendance from Lonls and ville and Jeffarsonville is expected SS69S9S359SS LsocIDvhe Patrick Kennedy of New Albany is just recovering from a severe illness ndMr William Wlnn of Cincinnati is visiting his brotehr John T Winn New Albany t Miss Katherine Lucey of 1112 fearie street is jjust recovering from an attack nofthe grip Miss Annie May Webb is home after delightful visit with Miss Emma Briggs at Shelby ville onMiss Josie Watkins has returned from New Haven where she visited her uncle George Hagan rMiss Lillian James of Dayton Ohio is here as the guest of Judge and Mrs Matt ODoherty Miss Ellen Foley of Pewee Valley has tobeen the charming guest of Mrs John J Barrett this week Miss Sillie McAllister of Lexington is the guest of Miss Marie OBrien daughter of Edward J OBrien lisMisses Edith and Lucille OBrien left Ajeo to spend aUnt proprietorut of Exchange ju recovered from a slight attack of grip Miss Gertrude Herley of New Albany has been very ill for the past three weeks of typhoid pneumonia but is improving James Bierach and wife and children have returned from Frankfort where they attended the Dudderar golden wed ding VeMiss Mayme Hagan had as her guest at her home in South Louisville last week Miss Libbie Ricketts of New Albany Pat Ahern for many years in business East Main street has been enjoying a two weeks sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss May Schroeber of Floyd Knobs Ind is visiting her cousins Misses Flor ence and Fannie Kast of 1928 West Madisod street stThe many frlof Miss Hannah Malia of 1122 Zinc street will be glad learn that she is able to be out again after an illness of the grip Mrs James McKenna wife of the Fairfield distiller has been here for several days the guest of her father Charles White 1025 West Jefferson street Miss Mamie Miller who has been con valescing at St Josephs Infirmary will1l be able to be moved next Thursday to her home on West Madison street Charles W Hoffman and wife and daughter Miss Mattie left Wednesday for Frankfort to be present at the Dud derar golden wedding anniversary- er Edward Finn proprietor of Finns Cafe is still confined to his home from recent illness but his physician reports marked improvement in his condition d1Iiss Annie McGill left Thursday for Atlantic City where she will make a short visit before going to New York MarchIMrs Rudolph Hochstrasser had as her guests Tuesday afternoon the members ofr her euchre club who enjoyed one of the- o I most delightful entertainments of the season The friends of Mrs William J BarryI will be glad to hear that she has recovered from a threatened attack of pneumonia I and is now able to receive her friends William Curran 1529 Eighth street who recently underwent a surgical oper eatio1 is progressing slowly towardre cover and it will be sonic time before he I is entirely well I Patrick Donnelly of the Street Clean I ing Department is home from West 1 Baden where he enjoyed a good rest and escaped the chilly blasts of the recent cold snap Mr and Mrs August Wissel who were 1 i recently married in Lexington and have jnst returned from their honeymoon andSmake this city their future home Alex Dudderar and wife and daughter 1 Miss Nancy have been spending several days in Frankfort where they went torattend the celebration of the golden wed ding of Mr and Mrs W H Dudderar Richard D Langan assistant cashier the Kentucky Title Company who appendicitist jf reported as slowly improving at his I 612 West St Catherine street Mrs William M Biggins wbo last week suffered a severe attack of grip and was in a serious condition until Wednes day night ban been pronounced out of danger by Dr A R BIrot who has been j attending her audit is now hoped the will be able to leave her room within the rJ next few days Mrs Patrick fitigeraia who fell oa icy pavement while going to Holy Trinity church in New Albany sustaining a bad fracture of the right arm is 14Easthave the use of the injured member for some time to comeisJames Cuddy and Miss Agnes Cuddy welt known residents of Jeffersonville All were united in the holy bonds of wed lock on Wednesday evening by the Rev Augastineschurch the Government depot and the bride one of Jeffersonville3 most attractive beat known young women Their union was the culmination ofa rather t GIVE US YOUR ORDER 1 1 i Kentucky Irish American H OFFICE x romantic courtship that began a year ago when the young couple met to trace their ancestry and discovered there was stno relationship whatever Miss Mayme Scbreiber entertained Tuesday evening at her home in Portland her guests being Misses Ella GUt nane Nannie Miller Stasia and Katie Giltnane and Messrs John Grogan Mal Sbaughnessy Denny GleesoD Charles Reccius and Harry Zinsmcister The many friends of Edward Doyle will be grieved tolearn that he is unable to leave his home on Fourth avenue where be is a victim of the grip Capt Doyle is one of the most popular con ductors on the Louisville Nashville road and the Louisville traveling public hope to soon see him again in charge of his train Samuel J Fisher and Miss Katheri Moran popular young people of N new Albany surprised their friends Wednesday evening by being quietly at Ho Trinity rectory Rev Father Kelly forming the ceremony The ry couple have gone to housekeeping at 722 Spring street where they are r retying the congratulations of thei friends Visa Dollie Burns entertained a num ber of friends Tuesday evening at her homeiu Clifton in honor of Miss Mary Murray of Covington who has been spending several weeks with Louisville relatives Miss Burns is one of the most popular girls in the East End She received and entertained her guests most delightfully and the evening was pr nounced one of the most enjoyable of U sesson by those present Of the many social events of the week none was more enjoyable than the rece tion and euchre tendered the alumnae Presentation Academy by Miss Virginia Barrett at her home 838 East Mata street Thursday afternoon The decoration of the parlors and arrangement of the tables were unique and the favors were indeed elegant After the gam and the awarding of prizes to Miss Me esry King and Bertha Rademaker the fa ryIr hostess had ber guests partake of elegant luncheon Miss Barrett w assisted in receiving by ber amiab t i mother who has happily recovered fro her recent illness The marriage of pert Smith of t1I I city and Miss Anne Blincoe of Bard- town was quietly solemnized in the old1 Cathedral church at Bardstown last Tues day The bride is a daughter of Dr A G Blincoe whose death occurred only recently She has been a prominent member or St Josephs choir and is an unusually handsome and popular young lady Bert Smith is 0 son of Mrs Flora Smith and a former resident of Bards town where he has a host of friends His e a worthy young man and is one of the drugbusinesshappv couple will reside here and will be aortacircles1 1 Cards have been issued by Mr andI Mrs Joseph Wesbecker the marriage of their pretty daughter Mis Clara to Edward P Cody one of th most popular young men in the service of the L N The ceremony will take place at St Patricks church on the evening of March 2 and will be performed by IIrecentIII wedding will be a quiet one and only relatives will attend the reception the will be tendered the young couple at the home of the brides parents At 930I I witleaver return will be at home to their friends at to 16J4 West Chestnut street piCONY BJohnwho was critically ill at his home on JAboutJ withheumatism Hiltfriendstofagain have him with them GLAD HE IS BACK Matthew Dolan a former resident of All ffersoDvUle has resigned bis position New Decatnr Ala and returned to =become Superintendent in the new Lou Nashville molding shops whoCJ South Louisville Several others lived Jcfferoonvjlle returned with him the employes in the shops are glad to have him back with them SQUIRE MORATti DeADR Former Magistrate John McGrath died 98 morningagedbefroulSt Patrick church at 530 6olook unday afternoon GOOD WORK rinti flg FAIR PRICES i 326 WEST GREEN STREET 30000000v announcing 1nInlH H IH HH HJJnl 1 I HHfHMHHi THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions I Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET 11IH IHI 1 II 11 I 1 I I t I 111 1 IH N 111111 1 111 H I I 11 I I l Oran W Smiths Son IeALSMITH Proprietor Directory and Embalmer perCarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice STREETiiTELEPHONE 810 +m CUMBERLAND 123 HOMiONi BARRETT DIRECTORIeIeAND EMBALMER 535 e=ST 7U7nN STREET-p With businessofMain Street BARRETTInHHHtMMf 4M f IjDflNIEL Je DOUGHERTY DIRECTORUAND EMBALMER IsBOTII PHONES OCCASIONSs1231 West MarkMt Street Bett I2ih and lath All Celts Answered Promptly Day or Night + MMMMMMHm + MM t + f+++ 4MMI t M M M M M M t HHHHHHI I iH f I Hi IM1HHIH1 I IMIHI 1 1 Jut 1 I I I I I 1 +1 1 I I I II- J E TRACYL H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB IFUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERSseCarrlagea Short FurnlihcJ Notice on 1531 W MARKET STREET itittti irl I 1 I I I I 1 11 11 I H lIt KATIE AGNES SMITH t SonstLADY EMBALMER chitdrene order at reasonable prices All call anmterrd nromt ly day or night Home Mil Office 652 Fifth Street Phones 11180 Established 1863 JOHN BBI RATTERMAN Successor to Mrs George Ratteraian RANDCarriages furnished for all occasions calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST BTHOMPSON FrORISTDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS Tourth Aveiwo 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention aad MtisfaotiMi n ptaranteei t- U 11 Preserve Your Teeth Ilreserve teeth as long as you canconditionThe of your teeth has much to do in preserving good health Many ills are caused from a defective and unhealthy condition of the teeth by not being able to masticate the food tborouglv Consult me abour your teeth Consult us about your teeth Prices reasonable Lady attendant I DR Hr J COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Balldln 551 FOURTH AVENUE DRINK fl6llrfl j 6 WHJkii IBOTTLED BY LAUER 407 Ext Jifltrson Street TELEPHONE 1140 s fJ tn vfl0 KroNTUOKY IRISH RIOANF IDo 2 Toverzibor X leotlon 3006 Ii THOMAS A SHELLEY Ocxi3cJlclotG Poi r TAX RECEIVERSUBJECT TO ACTION OF TilE DEMOCRATIC PARTY RAY County Assessor 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 ALF V OLDHAMA CANDIDAT FOR CLERK POLICE COURTSub- ject to Action of the Democratic Party 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 SQUIRE JOHN M ADAMS FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubj- ect to the Action of the Democratic Party OLD AND WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Co Proprietors TWo c LOUIS STOO5 I PETER MANDRmJ 8 SONS WAGONN MANUFRCTURER8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent LET ME SELL OR LOOK AFTER THAT HOUSE OF YOURS Telepbone me and I will call to see you Home Phone 3698 HENRY AAIJ1 JJ1 PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2635 528 Fifth Street OO TO Pioneer Bottling House POR- e STRAIGHT WHISKIESB- IG n JUG AT DOOR J IPo DDAJSTOD 913 WEST BROADWAY sear Union Station I JOHN GORMAN PROPRIETOR OF Race Course Cafe 3529 Fourth Avenue near P Street FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO HOMO Telephone 4834 BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapplis Peoria Chicago AND AIA FOXNXa IN INDIANA andMICHIGAN Cleveland BuffaloNew Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Informatioa cheerfully furnished oa a City TIcket Once BI- Il IdRook559 Poarth Ave t orwrhe te S J Gates Geal Agent Passenger Agt Ltastd1k Jty CJn P S FOR I JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY CANDIDATE RARE Wabnitz TC7TULEYS Monday and Tuesday Evenings W H Crane in Business is Bus- inessHOPKINSMarket Streetnear Second New Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Feb 19 TWO SHOWS DAILY MASON FEELER COI- n a comedyHooked Marvelous Frank and Little Bob gym nasts York and Adams Hebrew Imperso nators La Petite Adelaide comedians Coins Wonderul Dogs Ford Sisters greatest clog dancers llIIIESMCARTHY COI- n The Race Touts Dr- eamBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY FEB 19 Matinee Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday The Big Spectacular Burlesque Company Harry Bryants ExtravaganzaWITH Bright comedy and music big olio and funny comedians 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 NQ Loans Quick Money on Real EstateAny Amounts Bring Your Deed Houses and Lots Boughts and Sold Loans Negotiated ALL ARE FOR HIM Hundreds of prominent citizens are urging County Clerk William Semonin to again be their standardbearer and an nounce himself for reelection on the Democratic ticket Billy now fills the place and has made a most admirable officer Few people know the magnitude or importance of the workconnected with the County Clerkship but Mr Semonin always has it well in band and is prompt courteous and obliging to every one who has business with his office He is a good Democrat is popular personally and his friends say his past work is the best evidence of the wisdom which would be shown by again electing him INVITED MRS MEAQHER Mrs Elizabeth Meagher widow of Gen Thomas P Meagher to whom a monument is being erected in Helena Mont has been invited by the Memorial Association to fee present at the unveiling of the statue next July 4 The President ef the association James HLynch is in receipt of a letter frost Mrs Meagher who now resides in the State of New York thaaking the mwodaUoa for tbejt effort on behalf of the Monument to her chivalrous husband 0 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of Coroner Finnegan of Belfast is announced Dowager Lady ONeil died at Tully more Lodge near Ballymena John McKee a carter was crushed to death by a traction engine at Rostrevor The Bandon quarter sessions are said to be the lightest similar sessions ever held in Bandon At was decided at the last meeting of the Gorey Board of Guardians to form an evicted tenants committee Timothy Marriman son of a farmer living near Miltownmalbay County Clare has been missing for two weeks James Cos rave assistant master at the Waterford workhouse has been elected master in the place of the late Edmond HoynesThe Thurles Board of Guardians de cided to present addresses to John Dillon M P on the occasion of his visit to ThurlesThere being no criminal business in Coloraine quarter sessions his Hon Judge Overend has been presentedwith white gloves A meeting to establish a branch of the Gaelic League was held on Sunday at Donabate under the presidency of the Very Rev Father McGill- A public meeting was addressedat Drom MidTipperary by J Culliuan and Kendal OBrien M Ps The proceed ings were very enthusiastic- A most serious situation has arisen in Arklow in consequence of the disemploy ment of about twothirds of the hands engaged in Kynohs factory- A I man named Edmond Coffey aged about sixtyfive employed as a care taker of Springvale House Tipperary died suddenly Wednesday morning Four privates of the Lancashire Fusiliers were returned for trial at Tip perary charged with assaulting Ellen Butler an old woman from Irishtown LimerickThe establishment of Reving ton Sons Tralee and the Pail jewelry store Were destroyed by fire on Friday The damage covered by insurance is estimated at 70000 The Claremorris Board of Guardians have rescinded their resolution of protest against the levy of a penny for the County Mayo agricultural and technical instruction scheme The Kilmallock Rural District Council has adopted a resolution asking the Irish party to do nothing to delay the importation of store cattle from foreign countries into England- At Cork Alderman Barrett was elected Lord Mayor exMayor Roche being defeated The voting was thirtysix to eighteen Alderman Joyce M P was elected Lord Mayor of Limerick The Ballinrobe Board of Guardians have voted against the proposal to levy a countyatlarge rate for relief works in Mayo and have urged the construction of the works already promised by Sir Anthony MacDonald The tenants on the Edden estate in East Cork who recently purchased their holdings after a difficult struggle with the landlord have returned their thanks to Capt Donelan M P for his kindly interest on their behalf At the conclusion of the ceremonies in connection with the months mind of the late Rev T Cassidy of Longwood his Lordship the Bishop of Meathannounced the appointment of the Rev William Rooney as the new pastor The Armagh Catholic Ratepayers Committee have passed a resolution thanking his Eminence Cardinal Logue and the clergy of Armagh for the assistance rendered by them in connection with theI recent municipalelections Speaking at a meeting of the United Irish League in Abbeyfeale the Rev Father Casey said the free importation of store cattle into England would ruin the small farmers while it might operate to the advantage of the biggraziers- J i Devlin M P and P OBrien M P addressed four meetings at North Kil kenny on Sunday The principal meeting took place at Fresbford at which the Very Rev Canon Walsh presided Branches were established in each of the districtsSunday morning the dead body of aI young man named John Brennan wasI found lyingjon the sixfoot way at Dona bate station It is surmised that BrenI nan was knocked down bv the engine of the night mall from the North and killed on the spot Some dissatisfaction has arisen withI regard to the division of the grassland at Gortmulo County Westmeath by the Estate Commissioners and in response to the request ofa deputation the Commis sioners have agreed to have the lands again inspected- In a case against the Great Northern Railroad Company at Meath quarter ses slops Judge Curran awarder damages to Bryan Fagan publican and farmer of Navan for injuries which a horse of his sustained by catching his leg in a railway gate at a level crossing In the Land Judges Court in Dublin it was announced that the tenants on the McCartie estate near Headford in the County Kerry had agreed to purchase their holdings on terms agreed to be tween them and the receiver There are sixtyfour tenants on the estate At a meeting of the Drogheda corpora tion on Mondays resolution was unanimously adopted declaring our unalter able conviction that the welfare the ha pines and the prosperity of Ireland can never be attained until the legislative in dependence of our country be achieved At a meeting of the Edendork branc- of the United Irish League held in Eden dork County Tyrone John TegKartof Dungannon spoke agains reckless land I lanid J y e SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- Treasurer7Thomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1841 Lytle Street SentinelPatrickColeman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam Connelly DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday ut Pfans Hall KinneyPresident Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary J B Mnrphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason Treasurer Louis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden Doorkeeper Owen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Paid Y JXI MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street KerbergFirstShanghnessySecond MorganFinancialCorresponding Secretary F Lanahan SteltenpohlMarshalJohn Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstBell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer TreasurerWill N Gast Marshal Jacob Pfalzer Inside SentinelAug Outside Sentinel John C Pries SATOLLI COUNCIL 162 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club- Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave PresidentJohn J Crotty First Vice PresidentWilliam J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava naghFinancial Secretary Will P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryLouis B Baker Corresponding Secretary J Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelEdward Aud Outside SentinelWilliam J OSulli van the abolition of the zones and the rein stitution of security by the Estate Com missionersThe rural and urban ten ants of the Clanricarde estate at a re cent meeting discussed conditions of sale and appointed two committees to consider terms WILL MAKE QOOD Joseph P McGinn who for the past ten yeurs has held the position of inspector with the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company at Ninth and Broadway resigned his position last week to accept a good offer from the Seanlon Coal Company Hereafter he will be the city solicitor for the last named com pany There are few men who are better known or have more friends in this city than Joe McGinn and the Scanlon Coal Company will find in him a man who will mate good all reasonable expecta tions NONPAREIL CLUB BANQUET The Nonpareil Dancing Club will hold a banquet for members only at Seel bachs Hotel nxt Monday evening where plans will be discussed for the coming summer season and several toasts responded to This popular danc- Ing club is easily the leader of all organizations of its kind in the city and is composed of representative young men fellowshipHerestheir present successful career LAST BEFORE LENT The last of the very pleasant series of entertainments given by the Catholic Womans Club before the Lenten season will occur on Tuesday evening February 21 Mrs Leahy and a committee of energetic workers have charge which in sures an excellent programme and an enjoyable evening NOTED VISITOR Rev Emanuel C Teira special emis haps been the guest of Rev Father Cunning ham of Holy Cross church during th past week and willreallhigh interestinhsermon at that church tomorrow Father Cunningf ham in this country but finished his education ID Rome and Paris He is an spea1dDgseven14uguaglllfiuenUy r- I r a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The orator of the day at the Mil watikee Hibernian celebration of St Pat ricks day at the Pabst Theater will be Prof Monoghan of Washington D C Indianapolis Hibernians expect that their parade in the afternoon of St Pat Theyyprogramme the entertainment that will follow at nightThe Hibernians of St Louis held a reunion and initiation last week in St Bridgets school hall after which there was an important business meeting It is expected the order will be a prominent SLyPatricks day which has received the hearty approval of Archbishop Glennou President Moran of the Washington District organization has appointed a committee to purchase a site for a Hibernian hall It is proposed to erect this structure at a cost of between 50000 and 75000 its location to be in the heart of the city It is to be built upon the most modern architectural design and fitted up with the most approved appliances In addition to the available funds now at the disposal of the committee it is also understood that several enthusiastic Hi bernians will contribute sums ranging from 500 to 5000 to aid the movement RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Agnes Bohlsen the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs John J Bohlsen took place from St Marys church Monday morning at 9 oclock The bereaved couple have the sympathy of their many friends in their great loss Last Sunday the soul of Mrs Margaret Rellhan entered into eternal rest and on Wednesday her body was consigned to the tomb She was the wife of the late Michael Relihan and a devout member of St Johns church where solemn fun eral services were held Wednesday morning The funeral of John K Murp took place from St Charles church las Satur day morning at 9 oclock Deceased was the fatherinlaw of Charles J OConnor of 2115 West Chestnut street with whom he had made his residence The inter ment took place in Cave Hill cemetery May his soul rest in peace Mrs Mary Roche widow of the late Michael Roche died Wednesdey evening at the home of his sister Mrs Allen Dubourg on Eighteenth street having reached the remarkable age of eightytwo ears Her funeral took place yesterday morning from St Georges church Father George Weiss conducting the solemn service of the Catholic church Patrick Cleary a Union veteran and well known citizen died Monday after noon at his home 706 East Madison street after a long illness Though not altogether unexpected the sad news was a shock to many of his friends and associates He is survived by three sons and three daughters THey are John Bernard and William Cleary Mrs Kate n1s born and Misses Ella and Mamie Cleary Few deaths cast a deeper gloom over the community in which she lived than that of Mrs Mary Lannan of 732 West St Catherine street She was the widow of the late John Lauuin and is survived by three sons John Patrick and Law rence Lanniu the latter resIding at Rus selvllle and three daughters Mrs Maggie Riehl Mrs Joseph Meeh n and Mrs Mary Meehau The funeral tco place Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands and was one of the larget seen there for some time It was with teelingsof profound sorrow that the many relatives and friends of Miss Sallie Clair learned of her death which occurred Saturday night at the home of her mother Mrs Catherine Clair She was a woman of exemplary character and a most tender and loving daughter and sister and her death removed another faithful member of St Patricks parish Besides her aged mother she leaves one sister Miss Josephine Clair and two brothers John and William Clair The funeral took place Tuesday morning and was largelyat tended When the news arrived here that Thomas Maloney was dead at San An tonio Texas his many friends were greatly shocked as it was thought he was being restored to perfect health The remains arrived Tuesday and were taken to the residence of Thomas Lynch brotherln law of the deceased and the funeral occurred Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands church Deceased was a well know railroad man and was for many year with the Illinois Central His wife died several years ago and for the four bereaved children there is heartfelt sympathy in the irreparable loss they have sustained The funeral of Mrs Mary Reilly a pioneer member of the Sacred Heartcon gregation took place Monday morning Rev Father Patrick Walsh celebrating the solemn high mass of requiem Mrs Reilly was tenderly affectionate to her friends and neighbors and the simplicity of her life made lasting friendships She was the widow of Owen Reilly and is the mother of Miss Rose Reilly the well known school teacher The high esteem in which she was held was attested by the large number of sorrowing friends that calledrpt hey home 2414 West Wal out street to express their sympathy and churcheAfter a long illness of asthma Mrr Mary Duaue wife of Daniel Duane passed peacefully to her eternal reward Wednesday evening at the family resi dence 2108 Floyd street MM Duane was a devout Catholic woman held in high esteem by aU who knew her and in r 7 PABST BEER d ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected tsafey and hopsnever permitted to leave tic brewery until properly aged TE EPHONE xusoII Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sisr a- R 1 FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BRE ING COJMPANYtNC- ORPORArEDTELEPHONE 462 XOUIIVXXrl ICflC ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTKLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN XD FRANC WALTERSor j Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2093 LOUISVILLE KY Our wall plaster is it when it comes to highgrade quality When building getisbuy the kind we sell and make sure of the right kind We would like to quote you prices on your supply May we have the privilege of so doing Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas tat Jefferson ville Ind Telephone 555 HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail orders receive pronipt attention If your druggist has not got it order from Holh Bros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville K her the poor and needy always found a kind friend whom they will sadly miss Besides her husband Daniel Duane she is survived by Deputy Jailer Joe Daane and Edward Duane The funeral oc curred Friday morningfrom St Philip Neris church of which she was one of the first members Father Ackermann was the celebrant of the high mass of requiem and in a touching sermon paid high tribute to the worth of the deceased as a wife mother and neighbor whose life was an example worthy of emulation WORTHY CHARITY The candy pulling to be given for the benefit of the Sacred Heart school next layafternoon and evening promises to net quite a nice sum for the worthy purpose for which it is given as the large tale of tickets has been very gratifying to the ladies in charge of the affair Itwill be held in the school haUi Seventeenth and Broadway and an promicedI l1 WINES LIQUORS QW VALS SALOORVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning roes Me to 1230 oclocktl422 W GREEN SoT HERRMANN BRO IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUCgS Distillers and Wholesale Deck ers in Finest Brands of K s tucky Whiskies especially 1 PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth StedL SOMETHING NEWI Variable Tours to Florida I- souiiiern mmAnd Queen CrescenlPM GO ONE WAYRETURJiIIIIAiJ s goodcWIAsbeville eir pis and beautiful sapphire country sH lieturning via Atlanta and Chattastenvv- ice versa are now on sale at lowelrThe Florida Limited solid i III finest Pullman drawing room tSae wK and vestibuled coaches with dMbc cw 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at St Louis About thirty years ago he was assigned to the mission at Earling ton where he succeeded in erecting a handsome church for the large congregation be had gathered around him Father Coenen was not only a great theo logian but also a musician of the highest order being the composer of several masses that are in general use Father Coenen was loved for his piety and gen erosity and the members of his congre gation especially the poor will miss him greatly His only living relative in Kentucky is a brother Joseph Coenen the florist The funeral occurred Wednesday fro the Church of the Immaculate Concep tion at Earlington and was the most im pressive ever witnessed in that section of the country Father Lynch of Heu derson was the celebrant of the solemn high mass of requiem and was assisted by Fathers Bachmann and Melody of this city as deacon and subdeacon Also assisting at the solemn services were Fathers Welsh Craney McNeil and othersLike his Divine Master Father Coenen cared little for the riches of this world and so generous was he to the poor and his church that he died without a dollar of the earnings of his long and active life His death is adistinct loss not only to the people of his congregation but to the Church and State May his soul rest in peace GYMNASIUM Will Soon Be Ready 1 or Mem bers of Mackin Coun cil The gymnasium in Mackin Council club house is now nearing completion and will soon be open to its members It will belocated on the upper instead of the lower floor the room being much larger and the ceiling higher This de cision will meet with general approval and will enable Director Kieffer to greatly enlarge his classes There is a growing sentiment in favor of juvenile athletics at the club bouse also and it is very probable that classes may be organ teed from among the young boys of the West End in the early spring This would interest them in the council and many would doubtless become members when they reached the proper age There was a good attendance Tuesday night President Kerberg occupying the chait After referring two more applies tions for membership quite an amount of routine business was transacted the proceedings being enlivened by the ani mated discussion of several of the motions made It was announced that the enjoyable and successful series of eucbres con ducted by the lady friends of Mackin Council would close with the one givenII Wednesday night till after Lent TheJJ next event of interest will be the lecture of Newton G Rogers the time for which J will be announced next weekfJ J HURT BY FALL I Last Sunday afternoon John Kenefick a well known Louisville Nashville machinist t and popular Hfberatea U fell on the Ice in the yard at his t home 1119 Maple street sustaining severe bruises and a very painful sprain of his right wrist After being carried into the house Dr Michael Casper was called to attend him says the Injury will disable thepatient from work for some 1 time f- lr I n HOPKINS THEATER The Hopkins announces one of the seasons best bills for next week The MasonKeeler Company will be the chic- feature presenting a musical comedy call ed Hooked by Crook Miles McCarthy and company will be seen in a one act I I AIDA WOLCOTT J I Dreamm I There will be a trained animal tufa the Ford sisters will dance Aida Wolcott t will do some fine comedy and several I entertainers new to local audiences willl make their appearancetBUCKINGHAM 1b Collins and Vack styled on the pro gramme as Two College Chumps will open the vaudeville features at the 1 Buckingham Theater next week with Bryants Extravaganza Company They are real German performers and have B budget of jokes and funny sayings which it is said produce enough merriment for the whole show The bill includes two entirely new burlesques and an olio of exceptional merit- MACAULRYS William H Crane the great American actor will appear at Macauleys next Monday and Tuesday iq Mirabeaus serious drama Business is Business which has been an enormous hit here and abroad Thoughtful people will find much in this drama to admire not the least good future about it being the strong moral lesson that it conveys to MASONIC Miss Florence Bindley the charming an prima donna who has made a big hit this season in The Street Singer will be seen at the Masonic Theater next week The attraction is said to be elaborately staged and to contain forty well known people GONE TO HIS REWARD With all the solemnity which the church prescribes for the funeral of her dead the last sad rites over the remains of the late Louis Constantine Sr were held Monday morning at St Anthonys church in Jeffersonville the Rev Father John OConnell officiating at the solemn requiem mass Louis Constantine was one of Jeffersonvilles best known citi to zens and his popularity was made manifest by the large number that followed his remains to their last resting place Father OConnell preached a feeling seretIJ mon during which a deep stillness prevailed and deep emotion was depicted onil11 many faces The pallbearers were Messrs John B Murphy Robert Flood JHeuserConstantine was born in Rome Italy inat 1842 but came to this country thirtyCourB ago Fourteen years ago with his amily he came to JeffersonvHle where active thdentchildren Louis Constantine Treasurer of the Hibernians being one of his sonsneThe FORTY HOURS j The Forty Hours devotion will begin the tomorrow morning in St Martins church with at the high mass when the sermon will be preached by Monlgnor Francis Zabler heDoubtlessimpressive services and receive thebl used bees acratnent Ihave I f- ln I i HANDSOME DONATIONS Fofr St Patricks Day Initiation There was an air of expectancy at the meeting of Division 1 A O H Tuesday night that evolved into intense enthusii asm when President Barry announced that Messrs Charles J OConnor Joseph Nevin Thomas D Clines Tim Cunningham Hugh McGinley J J FlynnI Joseph W Byrne James Connell Thomas F Filburn James Mellet- Andrew J Gorman A J Cavanaugh William Murphy Harry Nehan Patrick H Callahan Robert Hagan Dan J McGill Capt Thomas J Riley Mahar Richard Whitty and M McGee had been elected members of the Ancient Order and that ten more applications i were in the hands of Secretary Keenan This indicates that Division 1 will have at least a hundred new mem bers to initiate on St Patricks day Communications from the County Board were given favorable consideration and a handsome sum of money was appropriated with which to make pre parations for the celebration and banquet on Marcb17 National Director Butler and County President Quinn were present and complimented the members for the excellent work they were doing and othclf were doing equally interesting discussion participated iin by Messrs Martin Cusick ThomasI Dolan John Mulloy Tom Cody Mike Tynan Thomas Walsh and others th division by unanimous vote decided t lease their present quarters for anothe- term 0r of years The Secretary of the division will notify all newly elected members to be present for obligation on Tuesday night February 28 when they will receive instructions for the initiation- on St Patricks da- yGERMAN CATHOLICS Have Now the Strongest Politi cal Party In Their Country While there are 27000000 Protestants- to 17000000 Catholics in Germany the Catholic party is the strongest one due its political and social cohesion continually exercised in private life in the schools and in Parliament M Ducal eminent writer believes the day is not far distant when the Catholics will have a predominating influence Catholic action in Germany is powerful resting as it does on the Centrist party with one fixed goal to defend the rights and interests of the church and backed by a powerful organized press German Catholics are being assembled in congresses constantly that are never adjourned until a common programme has been arranged in the interests of the party One of the greatest forces of the party lines Is the fact that it knows where to stop and never puts forth claims 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