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Wi t14- l I r I + + u- St + r a f r I tr i Iihi7ijii tL II t y W 1F a f 7tt o i i t n rYtMt c l + JaI + stpgl il eo tf X t 1iI wi t J J IAi LAiY FEBRUR Y2b1905 iItIUE FIVE CENTS CROWNINGtl r Celebration of St Patricias D t Will Be Held Jn This City II jI iWkill Forever Mark an Epoch I In j History of Ancient Order- Arrangements Progressing Favorably For Initiation and- Banquet t lISTRUCTIQISi FOR FEW JKEMBBRSH t I rJfPIIF r It is with some degree of pleasure a pride that tbe members of the varlo- i divisions of the Ancient Order of Hlber countypointlie largely instrumental in greatly ad1 ding to the membership this year If all I the divisions in the country do as well as I Louisville the 200000 mark will reached without much further effort i Since the proposition was first made to increase the membership Louisville hi I not been lacking in energy Leading I members of the order have personally solicited among their friends acquaint ances and neighbors in favor of the proposition to initiate 600 new members on St Patricks day The energy dis played by Louisville in this matter has attracted widespread comment and IinI the last issue of the National Hibernian the official organ of the order we findIl this paragraph r The crowning celebration the one that will forever mark an epoch in Hiber nlan history will be that of Louisville Xy Kentucky noted for many things will be after March 17 noted for one the largest Hibernian initiations ev held Think ora class of from three to h- iive hundred including many of the prominent business and professional men of the cityI Louisville is the home ofw National Director George J Butler who is working night and day to make this AgTheNationDirectornl i s tHfihilri1 Y iifIi t e tbmatterbersblp by 600 by St Patricks day As previously announced in these column- James T Carroll National Secretary will be here and will deliver an address During the past week quite a numberpI of prominent Irish Amedcans have de clared their intention of joining the Mr order and hundreds of others have said that they would think about the mat the terlIt devolves upon each and every He member of the Louisville divisions to his worfc hard during the next two weeks Iin order to get the promised number If a l little energy is shown the 500 new meta bers can be secured During the past Cfavorableflow that spring has opined up there should be nothing in the way Let us secure 600 members at least and show the divisions throughout the country that Louisville is not asleepCouIn order that there maybe no fl on the evening of the initiation the four divisions are notifying those candidates who have been elected towi attend the meetings to be held next weekand the week after when they plea will receive the obligation and finall instructions for the initiation and cele bratlon on St Patricks day From reliable sources it is learned that Div- iions 1 and 4 have already elected sixty new members Division 2 is close up and Division 3 leads with a class of 116 It is known that each has still larger lists of applications to present and it may be that some names are being held to the twolast on account of the gold prize offered was the division securing the largest un tuber The banquet that will follow the enter 4ntainment will be a memorable one HIui bernians everywhere will approve the who action of the County Board of Directors his1 in the selection of National Chairman jhis Butler for toastmastar Tickets for them banquet which will be in honor of tbed new members have been issued members them from the thlFinancialofdivislonsclub minds of every one and is a forerunner tspade the most fitting observance of St Patmeats rick s day ever witnessed any where It will be in harmony with the season and edifying and will be ah example for Irish Catholics throughout the entire counts And the Kentucky Irish American feels confident that success will crown ti efforts of those who have labored so ear 1711 nestly in this commendable movement All the formal arrangements for March 17 will be furnished our readers as soon as they are perfected WEDDING DELLSmlI A marriage of more than ordinary in teract1 in Catholic society circles of Loufa vllle anlSK Louts will be solemnized tbe latter place Monday morning at Francis Xavler church when John Ryan of this ctwln lead to the alter MJM J Sdok M Clements the lovely daughter all of Mrs Kate B Breoksjan Quite a tmpWr of friwdi of the groom will go fe from L raiflivllU U wisieee the c remoay J j J- nt J but it la regretted that his father smolder nd wll be unable to be present iibe cause of their recent illness not being sufficiently veil to undergo the trip After the ceremony the young couple ywill be honored with a farewell reception that will be largely attended by soei people of the Mound City Mr Ry will bring his bride to this city and for the present will reside at the Wave rip HotelIGENERAL INVITATION Prom Indiana CathollcKnl hfa Ito Their Kentucky Brethren J The gentlemen composing the commit tee arranging for the State convention of the Catholic Knights of Indiana to be held in New Albany next week wish- iasnea general invitation thriftitL columns oftueKentnckyIrfsh American to all Catholic Knights of Kentucky and StatedAlbany Consgracedeinthe opening of the convention Tuesday morning For some time past the Knights of Newt Albany have been perfecting arrangements for the entertainment of the State Council and visitors to the cone vention which promises to be both important and interesting If the weather is fair a large delegation wills be looked for from Louisville and theI parade will doubtless be an impost one a JDESERVED PROMOTIONr I R J Curran Made i4sslsfa General Freight Agent ofsuthe Southern Mr Richard J Cnrran who has just been appointed Assistant General Freight Agent of the Southern railway and the beadfMejerFitgzerald began railroad career as a messenger boy iinthis city in the service of the Louisville Nashville railroad He accepted servi th the Louisville Southern railroadI a bsuccessivelyb and chief clerkl for the Assistant Freight Agent His promotion was won by merit alone and Is entirely dr eLII lwin make a capable official Another promotion that gives general satisfaction is the election of Wible L Mapother to the First Vice Presidency of achssystem Entering the service fiftee years ago as office boy his rise has bee nnthe All the week he has been receiving congratulations from all over Mapother is popular with all hi associates and they were rejoiced when news of his election was received is a native of this city aud lives with itsfamily at Crescent o 11111que ALMOST READYcon Being Formed For utthe Opening ot Macdns At Gymnasium a fairly attended meeting of Mackini ncil the club gotheveliactive preparation is being made ExPresident Shelley made a strong for the formation of classes whereby a priThisi favor and will doubtless be carried intoi ssre organized No undue haste Is being and made and when the gymnasium 1 is big opened the members are sure to be pleased with its appointments of President Kerberg administered thei Eel obligation to one candidate and declared that others elected The announcement t made that Newton G Rogers the BuTuesdayto attend and hear him Those have heard Mr Rogers instructive and practical talks an dcoa discourse Tuesday night will be of than ordinary interest mcSecretary offormembership to pay for the print which a euchre will be given at t house on Thursday March 2 A committee is making the arrange out and promise valuable prizes COMPOUND FRACTUREwoI anyOConnell the well known contract onin liteedeJackson street and suffered a compound fracture of the left arm SheCoassisted into the house and al assistance summoned The fracture was reduced and the Injured member is I mending nicely though still causing pain 0 VALUATION 135828388 AppretStae olI John McAteer was Chairman has ad- Journed t side die The total valuation of property In thatl dip aad county as xe4b1th bard for taxable purposw 186888 fJ This is an incrwae of 11b81 tS43C011 pr d wlfitlMt ytar C Jar TO TEACH IRISH I 1 1 IFFather BIlc hlist O laiUganoft etpCountyItoscotnmon Is Hero t Interesting Interview With the sinVisitorin n Sllgo Colloffb c Useful Phases of the Work Eracluff Old Irish Wordsof and Songs et4 1 J IhaI Father Michael OFlanagan of the unty Roscommon Ireland has attiyed New York City to work in the cs of the Gaelic movement He wlii Ject Jin New York and other Eastern cities behalf of the movement for teaching Irish in the schools and colleges father OFlanagaa is a professor of Irish arid ancient Irish art in Summerhlll College Sligo He knows Irish history add has written a book of original research and discovery in Irish phonetics which is donngwish to study and gain n correct prpri nunciation of the Irish language Father OFlanagau was iavetviewed tt- a reporter for the Sun when he landed New York a few days ago He said ntAs a matter of fact the Gaelic is a perior language Some of the peasants in the Aryan Isles use in ordinary con versation 6000 words The ordinary English speaking university men nses D only 3000 There is absolutely no rea son why it should not become once more the everyday speaking tongue of the peo pie Iam here in America today pri ormadly in the interests of a recently founded industrial school at Longhlynn ui Cojiqty Roscommon in the West of instracectt few young people in Ways ofr tearalag their own bread on their Qwn soil We ve already developed a thriving rug I and carpet weaving indtwtry we aref tea 4ing kitchen gardenfpgIn order tJJat getpipetlift the le st rtfkfit ttfrWtmtttiWoftt1 tng IO and domestic science departments are as already doing excellent work and we are now looking forward to even larger this ievements We have so far confined ourselves toi practical task of ameliorating the in was dustrial situation but in the future we expect to take up and carry on the more isi stance Instead of teaching our pupils dent foreign art we shall instruct them iin died ancient Irish art up to the point where development was arrested by conas st and will allow them to develop it and it would have developed under normal1 ditions of peace and prosperity Inws architecture literature music and all1 other branches of race development weTh hope to follow out the same general plan the time the foreign influence jfirst1 J jjjopingarchitecture music literature ind set of who industries and Inventions Our aim is to back to that time and take up the deanIof our national characteristics ere it was broken off theOnej man flnences at the present time is the feis festival as Gaelic as its name at which were and are offered for the best essays ii- elic in on some subject of national importance the best folk song the bestt Irish poem the best set of Irish proverbs Miss the best achievement Irish danc old oratory industry art music and1 story telling Most of the 500 branches the Gaelic League in Ireland give a s once a year The amount of talent has been brought to light by their death influence is simply astonishing home i For instance the champion orator of and Ireland at the present day is one chael Ruadhrior Michael Rodgers St prnnunctoa mass young the west soul st of Ireland In the County Mayo ATh1 jjmouthjj his native village and he was more thoroughly grounded in Irish history trawe theben An- Our many man our S labor at this time is largely to se j the Immense fund of poetry tra fOawaymen and preserve it before it dies o- d utaged is lost to us forever The discoveries mani Irish phonetics contained in my own tle text book on Irish were largely1 from the pronunciation of an old whom I found bedridden in the unty Sligo The tide MsfectaanIsingle English word and he had cotintactprpas nunciation of the Irish words was From an aged woman who spoke only Gaelic I gottthirtysix ancient Irish provo from erbs that had been practically dead torm BUtiner rick music and movements of the traditional badcomeTldOIYnto chItoef the I oW tllittleliodq w ias nimble and as aFCccketagd hw edwi4htbabdcCel i I11 have iwyjyjtio ot th Englls edle sat heJIII wheel tketii feet moving kook dforthJJ the ancient spi daaeKtothechgt- of the BplBBlnj + vThereAwas no egbt HourdAt ihiitvorkedfro isunrise to sa Tmilng away af her ancient hand wh to the rhythm of her ging aad her t i nclttgj but tgeda the song llghi bed her work sad was never ilredii if ibis could speak torne only In Gaelic when she spoke totbe- littlegrandchi idla J1 li ebont makefuse of 110thI tid e iwo atthceewo rdd English ld soul In 11rel pie mlndshe1 bellJ 4 dlt due tothe chi mId to to fonggpabringitupCahot wont aril Wisd were remttiitiKive ihi lie great otldItWe are leadla m to feel differently1 about that nowtJj APlt IFAIR I C1assu B otlaovin j F 1JJ The NaaParts oicing Clnbb I annual banquet Snday night at SeelI Ifi backs sari cuti eqoyable one it wasi I thirtytwo mem set around the fea tine board and a Justice hsd been e the excellent menu there was a I feast of reason and j low of soul never to t be forgotten Lpul it Kieffer wasthie mineri IC- n effect of pitting evei Tone in the bet ofthus spirits The other ifeponsea were lade by Messrs Roy S Campbell Clare Nevis Mal She assay and Jo Grogan and spiffed with wit at humor In behalf fthe club Thomas s dines in anidjJ eloquent speechf presented Louis KlefFer the popular President of the NSbparlel Club with a handsome gold Hnedslfyerl loving cup as token of appreciaivpn his f 1 pri social organizatipu wli be a grand tnask carnival at the KItAthletic Club od MarpiGeas nigh rl which iu lqqepnt t handspme inyitaiioi bdvebeea issued r I RECENT DEATHS I D J91nea w rrebi ltare of d and employed asSiiikiian forU eLbdied hur5dawilt iFatblargsiaencar Isrutreet1l e news can e a shock to his friends Besides his for wife four brothers and one sister all city survive him They are Jerry John Patrick and Edward and Miss Maggie OHearn The bereaved wife to in Texas when the deceased passedm away renI rigirli in the Western part of the city1 i Sunday evening at his home 1304 Portland avenue Deceased was known to an Industrious and kindbearted man his death is mourned wide Mcirclethe father of Mia Lula and 1 saManionfuneral took place Wednesday morning from St PatricksmJ McGann agent of the L N att the has the sympathy of a wide ci of friends In the death of his wife was a loveable woman and hlgblVSi esteemed by those who knew her here at Midway where she died early girlI Thursday morning Mrs McGann was But daughter of Mr and Mrs JqbnCole 933 Seventh street The remainsj and brought here by Gran Smiths Son the the funeral services were held at the five Cathedral yesterday afternoon We regret to chronicle the death of Francis Fabey the etghteen year daughter of Patrick and Margareti had Fahey which occurred Wednesday evening at the family residence 2411 St Xpvler street Miss Fahey was of ta was bright and happy disposition and her time has cast a deep gloom over the circle and her numberless friendsi admirers The funeral services willI case beheld at 0 oclock this morning from Cecilias church jwith+ fewlemh highi of requiem for thd repose of her fled only e grim reaper was busy in Louis this week Yesterday there nofuneralsknown people were consigned to It- tomb e the most prominent being Mr J McGuire mother ofThomas M Miedil ac I i J Murphy brother in law of Willl Greaney Mrs Frances Nold tthena mather In law of George S Scha William Seng an aged member enlSttnMaryPeterswaLast Saturday evening the soul otMrs Byrnes entered into eternal rest years on Monday morning her body wasshouldI to the tomb Mrs Byrnes was of the late Michael Tlerney andI held in the highest esteem WhenSyoung woman she came to this country Ireland and her entire life has been been couostby tour childrenr Thomas Pat Maggie and Mary Byrne whot keenly the great loss they have sustained ipgI e funeral took place from St lvillla q C Rev PotherMurphy cglebratimsagawful ialrranbigti mass ofrqllle 9abacritie for this papas mow- n t n I C 0 c POOR CASE i r ulctJIcC tloddhmJ herd It c PltY1r orlirBguidbaBI icrld neLeyte ButOontoiupt For k r WI Advisers IS4w y rII n I Malign InfiuoncoOvorIlor a 1D aI81ty of Olargot s Provennd B RCH 1J h a+ its ffl t YE ART r7 i t J Dutch arid Smith two individualsI who here betsii bringing suits for prior deluded wemea against the Sisters af the G Shepherd were given another black eye bythe jury before whom Was tried the Sultot Maggie Wilhovte in Judge G toIfsfrom this last attempt to mulct the Sis taro moving the court that his name jo siriclceo from the case leaving David T Smith a clear field to show how little hiltripws about i wand our charitable nstntiohs The defense was ablycon ducted by James Jj Fitzgerald who has routed Burch andS ilih and their mis guides cllentsin every assauft they havp i ar made against the Sisters and ti le Convent of the Good Shepherd where beHnen inaa and Save their souls The testimony la this last case brought put the fact that the plaintiff Maggie I Wilhpyte when a small child had been placed by her mother in a Kentucky House There she remained fdrPosonic time when she was taken Into t home of a kind hearted Irotutantla ily named Moorman in Meade count to i atrt betaaboutme to mgIbltttlndlil realizing their reBpbn becjtmjilalarmjdfor bei tifctyir good countrypl did all they con l the girl Wllhoyte b ofwithout apparent effect Maggie ma threats against members of the femi and upon numerous occasions threatened l run away By this time Mrs Moor appears to have been In despair tlShepherdl and assist in reforming her The Sisters whose lives are devoted to charity and works of mercy consentedl sp the admission of the girl who wasI accompanied to the convent by Mr This unfortunate girl had imatime Maggie Wilhoyte remained in ti convent for a period of about five when Mrs Moorman came to city and took the girl home with he atnd expressed feelings of kindness for the ls and Mrs Moorman felt that she would have no further trouble with t to whom she had been a mother in this she was disappointed as Maggie soon returned to her old ways finally left the friendly shelter of Moorman home This was about and since then the jjhasJ placesAnd now comes the surprising part Frequently during these five years she conveyed her thanks to the go Sisters for their kind treatment of her never intimating anything but that e under obligation to them So m eUnderago however she fell under so m ototofmalign influence andwas induced enter suit for E122 for services The was of course taken by Burch and Smith but it is supposed the former saw defeat and withdrew The woman testli in 1 r own behalf and was the witness against the Sisters The j honest old farmer Moorman who declared himself not a Catholic and with sympathy for the Sisters denounced statements of the woman and b lawyer as absolutely false the juarYs apelC Smith The honest farming and causelfor wonh1d atfa to support herself Out of 1 plaintiffs own month came words she never knew anything about gea for the time she was cared for fisye after leaving the convent Pity be felt for the woman but onlyml contempt and loathing for the designing parties who induced her to bring the action address to the jury would have and quite amusing anywhere but in a rtroom where many who heard him pronounced it exceedingly ridicule i eelwingjnghishand6famidtiraudshot this was the land of Washington Jefferson and Lincoln he proceeded j thfarDo1eruttered by him pt a former octewioa 1M ageiwt the womanhood of Keatac l r rd Smith professed bis lave for Calk Owestin friends sad the thatch aBd ielleed I i 18 frenzy quoting from Patrick Henry said anxious to shed his blood for sweet liberty AflUCrtelllng the jjrgbf was raised with slaves and vas keotva Viatyrantwhen gnthSmltksaid mast be all SJ dream and the jury evidently agreed faith him and have reason to tthinkJ him dreamingl yeti for they speed t I iEf tlpretttrnedatrprdictagetaattheplaintljpltller of the LbtW vllle Bar Associationl Itnd WeI y i wonder la th ippre hot dlsfearrcd tank tsz1ththismorenaW ittrial one iu the Ccilid of Appea i LADIES AUXIIrIllp- l 1 Ltj IIaHsVVedrieBD1day Their 1 t Initiation I i1 The meeting of the Ladles AuxiUltry1 proQOCIa most Interesting one as thealth plans contemplated for the celebration connection with their big initiation on hopedloI I night and the county and division I officers are anxious to make the occasion I p memorable 1e A lady prominent la the affairs of the auxiliary informs tbett kentucky Irish American that there will i bea banquet if the doss mbers100I and that the responses to the toasts will be made by ladies as eloquent as tthe men of any of the divisions Tomorrow afternoon the members of the Aiiditi committee will meetattbe residence Ifmer MissI Ella OConnellon East W shingI ton street to audidei books and ann- n reports Members will regret to kn a that Misses Katie Ansbro nd1dargarete Shea still continue sick at their homesin1 ti AFTER THE PRIZE l Limerick Hibernians Meet and EncouraaindmWordsy Division 41 A 0Hti held an enthusl astic meeting Wednesday nighttal1d when it became known that a class of about sixtyi was now awaiting the jail lasti Non to occur on St Patricks day tlug valeailo iegWper Pf1tDdeJ St ofIYn the order all over The choir made a splendid Impression and the members of from Division 4were urged to attend all rehearsals Deputy Sheriff Denny the Steve McElliott and John I Swift were accorded a hearty greetsn shortlto assist in the work of keeping t meetingwhicbI f portant one Secretary Callahan being jaet obligated race ye their banquet tickets fulryou Compels Secretary Wyn dninej heham to Read MacDonnell Correspondnece Encouraged by the reduced Govern ment majority in the division In of Commons Tuesday night 8thatIrish party unexpectedly returned to ti jolattackever Immediately after the opening ofpious1 yeodand notice of a motion to adjourn In order tome discuss the conditions under which Sir beAnthony MacDonnell holds the post Epose Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant Ireland This move came as a at prise and caught the Government off itsvel guard The Speaker set debate on the motion for the commencement of tisocnight session The debate lasted till I falmldnlghttlodefeatedChairman Redmond scored a point by compelling Mr Wyndham Chief Se tary for Ireland to read the correspond AnthonyIMacDonnell by which It was shown that Under Secretary was given etordinary powers salt authorized to ar range for coordination in the con 1 direction of boards and administra tituat pean concurred in this arrangement care FORTY HOURS + I Rev Patrick Walsh announced l1last Sunday that the beautiful forty hours devotions would be held at the Sacred Heart church commencing at the high tomorrow morning and closing Tuesday There is np doubt that the JnumbersjJ the indulgences granted at this season a DLI1ERrus metMercy Hospital in Jgffersonyille has social witoldundergone a decided change for t orv ad flkp+ t I c I ea c olioAPPROVEDI Pope Plus X Commends Work of Daughters oftiie J04t t Faith 1 t Thejr JDiaita OWeotIs te Pretect SooietyAafnstAtaihera of t k Divorce eftq1 iJfinDress Wanttig and IdlenessiW Vt i Among1 women J 10IJfTHB s BRIEF OFaHIS HOLIRBS- Si f Pope Fivui X has approved the newly t organized apcletypf the Dtughters piths This aodety TinVdrk City TieDanghtcrsof tbmith or Filive Fidel Is the outcome of aaln formal meeting of some of the more prominent Cathollc lades of the metropo 1is1held a year ago at which time certain social problemsl were discusses Twos things especially the society woes to direct its efforts to abolishdivorce and low necked gowns The most prominent Catholic women in New York are mem ofthengMiss Lummia went to Rome last aum and gained an audience witkthe Pope She now comps Home with a thenwviews of the reigning Pontiff ppontheqevils accruing trout divorcc and social engagefashionable sJustbeeni followsiTohea Christltha with weherewhichyol1bave o ngtbwe see most whoeE1positioni poreerfalin aeI1C t1 efliI1Q kltofthE PI1iJ ofrevIVing partteu e ottliettotda reakit e fection of Christian morality and by ving according to resources at their commandagainst naturalism which is the presentdaypleasure and sensuality weakens and 3 enervates the minds of men and even in conscience of Catholics themselves effaces the sense of the most sacred obli grations part1cularlythathemontage against the disgraceful stain of educationw sainpests society namely the shameless andimmoral versation and gatherings and the shame extravagance of dress Therefore beloved daughter in Christ the work have inaugurated not without dh inspiration and guidance and which approbationt work we wish you to continue henceforth with greater ardor while relying on the support of our authority At the mantimore stirred up by your example and toayour organization and that your association may under your leadership be diffused in other dioceses also that it may induce even Catholic to bind themselves by a similar compact and to tend to a similar pur In the meantime as an augury andassurance of aCtoken of our paternal benevolence we y belovel1daughteriety and to all those who in any way the same our apostolic benedic Given from St Peters November 22 andcpontificate RUSSIAra AlmanactrotAssociationinappears Russia has twelve Roman Catholic parishesTheof 12102479 souls Of this number toRussiaaPoland InRussiaofWilne8hasip81QOOUOA J II QOOOfODjTQ QAMPJk trrlohn ri OI3dep 18 1rwaszacgatty nueba11Assoclatlo keeandislawyeri a traveled abroad extensively He h- mber a ofsveraltiatatliplsoeletteaaad organbf ioasVTnd ta welt known Hebaspoyhei 1IJ1 tcKtheIJ i a t 11 t e r4J i tl x iNTlLtl 5 rLL f u a s KNTOGKV IRISH ftMfRI6fttt NIIIIIIIIIIIIINNIILNII Pivoted to the Moral god Social Ay 8oe eat ojt all Irlslt1ii0 I l 0 J KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRJNTINQdi PUNLiH PtS T SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAlK SINUS COPY ac Bettered at the Umlstllle Postofflce as Second Claaa Matte- r4ddiuiill Coca callonttolhe KENTUCKY IRISII AMERlCAN326 Weii Qreca Street UNIDN I TRADES LtiBEI COUNCIL t ttLOUL5VILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25 1905j NO JUSTICE FOR IRELAND- CThere was an interesting debat- in the British Farlianient during t the past week precipitated by a motionmade by MrJohn E Rec mond the Irish leader that the present system of Irish government is opposed to thewill of th Irish people plealtforttfavlxh iri his resolution was So strong and forcible that for a time it appeared that his argument for home rut would win In reply to the state= ments of Redmond Balfour andi theother Conservative and Unionist leaders admitted the truth of most r t of the claims of the Irish leader but argued that the time was not i ripe for home rule The vote tto sustain the Government was onlyf secured by anarrow margin The dissolution of the present Parlia meat seems imminent but it iis evident that it will not be brought about on the Irish question of hpme rule When that subjectt comes up all factions unite to prevent justice being done to Ireland Mr Redmonds leadership however is matchless and his next move will be awaited with interest ABOLISH ORADE CROSSINGS f ordinanceffF Jast the General Council to require steam railroads tp mantain safety gates at all street crossings is wholesome andjjust measure and l should be carefully considered by the Railroad Committee to whic I it has been referred The tendency all cities is to abolish railroadl 1 1in at grades jind too require railroads to depress or elevate their tracks The managers rpf the lines entering Louisville Show little orno disposition to conform to this reasonable regulation When it iis proposed for instance to abolis- the grade crossings at Oak steetr 5 which subject has been discussed for ten years the railroad managers put forth one excuse and then another and the result is that nothing is done to safeguard the public The next best way to I bring the railroads to terms Is to require them to maintain safety gates at every crossing within the city limits and to have a competent man to move the gates day and night Human life should be pro tected and the railroad managers ought to be brought to a sense of their duties tothe community Chicago Cleveland Washington t Indianapolis and other cities are abolishing grade crossings andI Louisville is behind the times iin this matter It should wake up It netof the mos appalling dis asters that ever happened in the i Birmingham mining district of Alabama occurred on Monday last entombing 150 miners Heroic I efforts were made to rescue theII unfortunate men after the explo sipj but not one was rescuedJ Y Dead bodies are being taken out and it has been a week of funerals I at Virginia City Bessemer Pratt 1 City and Enslay This dIsastersj calls renewed attention to the necessity of mine inspection under thes direction of the State and National authorities Had the proper precautions been taken in this AlaIIis bama mine the lives of those 150c miners might have been saved Iris not out of place to suggest that the miningg laws of keqtucky be strengthened at the text seis a aabnThe uniVersd sentident through grit the country is infVvor of allow ling the Interstate Commerce c o Q Commission power to enforce it regulations and orders about freight and passenger rates on railroads and other common carriers The CodL gress granting such power was mainly due to the stand taken b Senatewas ableto defeat the measure oat r lleast postpone it till the next session Notwithstanding the rail1 road fobEy the bill willyet pak iit is just l and right that railrpad regulateeby some authority During the past ten y ars statistics show thatt freight rates have advanced 40 per tnt costing shippers o6 000000 The revival meetings conductedl by the Evangelical churches iin Louisville during the past two weeks C1 s dtoday It iisS announced by the leaders in the movement that several thousand conversions have been made prob ably 5000 in all If all the con verts stick to what they have pro fessed during the revivall som good will have been done If i man does better even for a to nI weeks it is well It is announcedl also that the expenses of the revival will reaLh the sum offf 10060 Why this large outlay7f The visiting evangelists must have5 been paid well for their services Of course the local ministers di not charge for their services aLast Wednesday at tt e nqtipnallI capital France gave to the Unite busbt of George Vashingtoq that was destroyed by the fire in the Con gressional library in 1851 The presentation was made by Ambas sador Jusserand and the statue was accepted on behalf of r the twoI branches of Congress by President pro tern Frye of the Senate who I Ambash sador made a speech that every American citizen should read And they might also profit greatly would they only remember how different the course of England whose platitudes of friendship areas empty today as in the days of Washington T Coieman Dupont who is well known in Louisyilleand Kentucky is being voted for by Delaware Republicans for Unitedt States Senator He has been gaining in strength since his name was first mentioned and everywhere it is hoped he uiay be elected and thus encompass the defeat of the unscrupulous Addrcks who would debauch the Legislature to reach the United States SenateIt i it hy u go hotLb bgylie J Ancient Order of Hibernians nowI is the time to get in the band J wagon The wagon will move on St Patricks day in the morning and those who ride will get in at the banquet f SPLENDID PROGRESS Thursday nigbt the members of the StJJ Cecilia Church Building Association beldII its regular meeting for the purpose ofC hearing reports of the collectors The were very sattyfactpry and- howed I that splendid progress Is being made Interest appearitojbe increasing nd new names are expected to be added to the subscription lists j The good pee pie of St Cecilia parish are determined to have as fine a church edifice as there in thecity and they Wave gone about TbeyII lnlyde crvc to succeed In theircom- mendable undertaking CENSBREPjSED The Licegat i idijvt i fetfoeH j o ggtpermit to B fa Mellon to open a saloons t 1000 WactjgQ4teogtstrntSl lelton- fKpaa salpogtat ltYeutlt tanrtrraylen streets MdCwuittd tatraBliferdtiieylaea- settihl lilywIfia ha= poll 5jr ofthe beird iwttV xraifttcbiM wMtftke asrndgklsors 0 a n w SQGIE John Doola tit West St Catherine recTant t kiss Clara Callahsflff of New Alba spent last Sunday as the guest of Miss Margie Chapman at Chorlestown Mrs Michael Hannons nume I friends will feel grieved to learn that I I is ill at her home on Frankfort avenue Mrs Thomas Brennan has gone to New York to visit her son Albert Bren nan with whom she will spend acrpie of weeks 4 tshe Fifth Ave 1e Hotel left Wednesday to spena a short vacation among friends Indianapolis Miss Mary Wathenwho has been se Hospitaln is now convalescent to the great relief of her many friends- y Miss Mary Conroya friends are glade to see her out again after an illness of two weeks of the grip at her home 528 Twentysixth street Martin Duffy Dennis Rratf and Ri7 a met RAn leave tonight for St Louis to nuptraliiMrs James McKenna left Monday for her home at Fairfield after A most enjoyjj- t able visit with her father Charles J White 1025 West Jefferson street James H Watson a prominent I memf ber of the Typographical Union andl a delegate to the Central Labor Union has just recovered from a severe attack of the grip Thomas J Garvey Past President Trinity Council is out again after his second serious illness of grip pushing several contracts that have been delayed during the cold spell Miss tills Gerst has been spending the week with friends in St Louis where a will be a bridesmaid at the Clements Ryan wedding at the College char- e Monday morning Mrs Michael Mitchell of St Catherine street has returned fromChicago where she was called last week to attend the funeral obsequies of her brother John Lynch a former resident of this city Cot and Mrs Jake Haager will return today from Milwaukee The Colonel returns with both the Presidency of the American Bowling Association and the next national meeting for Louisville dMrs William M Higgins who has been seriously ill at her home 1530 West Madison street for nearly two weeks is making steady progress toward recove snothdler trMiss Maggife Crdwley haSalmosten tirely recovered from a severe altaclcof grip that1 confined her to her home on Rowan street for the past two weeks She may be able to be out thefirst of the week Miss Mary Murray left Wednesday for her home in Covington after a visit of six weeks with relatives in th city During ber stay she made nlter number of friends who will bepleased have her soon again With mjj The Harlem Club entertained with music anda spread at their club room Wednesday evening Short talks on the progress of the club were made by JoeJJ Carey Joe Hanrahan John OCpnnell1 1 Louis Dugan andother club members It will be a SQurce of pleasure to t many friends and acquaintances of bit 1 Ella OBryan of 235 Seventeenth streett to know that she is now convalescing after a severe illness that ha confine- her j t tp her home for the past six weeks Ij Misses Anita and Hannah Muldoo- Mrs I C William Griffiths Mrs Newton Crawford and Messrs Kenneth MeguirtFrederick Cowles and Samuel citrtor I Miss Margaret Flynn was charming hostess when she ntertained her euchre club Thursday afternoon at her home 2520 St Cecilia street The favors were exquisite and were eagerly contested for After the games the guests were ente tained with a Washington tea Byron MacDonald returned this week from Owensboro where he had been at iI tending the YM C A convention as a member of the boys orchestra Byron is a son of W P MacDonald fljlitor of I the Police Bulletin and Isa promising young musician Miss Elizabeth Morgan for the past two years a resident of Paducah is in the city visiting her m ther Mrs Catherine Morgan 502 Twentysixth street Next Tuesday she will leave for Loa Angeles and may locate there having the choice of several flattering offers Misses Leona Kalb and Rose Schrader t two popular Madison girls are enjoying a delightful visit here as the guests of Misses Ida and Eva Raidy Vest Main street Wednesday afternoon the Misses Raidy gave a theater party in their honor and a number of receptions were arranged for their entertainment Miss Sallie McAllister who has bee of Alice l j faQBrienf the past two weeks has returned to he j home at Lexington bites McAilsterjs recent graduate of Nazareth Academy While here she celled upon many fomer Chpolmatet and her visit was 1 very pleasant oils thfeweekwasI tnfIR w1r rf JJii pal i He wore tile atilethat6roni- dIadietefther am t i Wf r tradedctarRepifr the a chaMiat bottom prices but ueftherW4 I the cause A lovely girl baby arrfVwl at his home the first of the week and so pleasant are tie surroundings that she will remain and become Joes best girl His friendsa have been dlroweripg him with coagrafujatfoHsJ S 1 One off thempstbeautjfutjfeddlngsof iedlhednescfayillt Miss Mattle White became the bride oj John T Rady of Sellersbttry j led The favotitefitthehe1 wedding suit while the gcm wore he convenlionai jjeV TSnere war a iarge gathering of friends at the church to wit A the ceremony and tender congratu lotions to die happy youngcouple J r = i Mrs Catherine HaYesthe venerable mother of MrsrVdirtf Gray residing on the West ChestnmVslreet boulevard hat slowly recovering from the effects of a severe taU sustained lh f cslpart of last month She fell while ascending the rIstairs spraining her nnkieandrecefvinJ g severe bruises but only her advanced years has retarded her improvement Her legion of friends lope her recovery will not be long elaYeand that she will soon be able to againi with them Harry Zlnsp1 =II er entertained a nom ber of young tchreat his ahome then was fy all present ampng lplIhF Misseajosie Reardon Margaret tShaughnessy Mary and Margaret WolfeiMatyiCuUnIngham I Mayme Schroer 1e f1grElla an stoats Geltna np and ajfae Higgins Messrs Joe Hanr BalH Will Reardon Elmo Martine Will Cunningham Joe Burke Louis DugaulUohn and Martin Grogan Louis KleferrWlll Daly MaiI Shaughnessy and Denny Gleesoni Handsome prizes wefe awarded Misses Mayme Higgins end ftannie Miller and Joe Burke and LoulAtigan Cards have been issued announcing the ofmarriage of Miss Elizabeth Couchman and Thomas A Maguire which will be solemnized with a nuptial high mass St Louis Bertrandachurch at 7 oclock on the morning of Thursday March While not altogether surprise this will circleheof friends and admirers Following the ceremony there willtie a wedding break chfast and reception aftet which the happy young people wIl11leavepn a honeymoon trip to Lexington anc the Bluegrass seci tion The brideelect is tire attractive and accomplished clughter of Mr and Mrs James W Coucnman 2200 Fourth avenue and sister ofiDr H J Couch man and has always been a favorite iin her social circle The groom who is on of the best known jpupg men In Sout I Louisville is a valued employe of the Standard Oil Company r KNIGHTS OF COLUHBDSI b t I t IntereseIWl rdI J J c tI t r 1 Birmingham Co ncli ivti tnlt ate a class of sixty candidatestonorrpwr j About 200 meinblersrpf New Orleans Councilwent to TlaVfueniiue on a special train last Sunday pattend the nstalla lion of a new council with acliilrte i r J offiftysfis will holdan candidatestol on 7f jsggrr one p e most flourishing councils jJgitheUnlted States having membership of 600 ISKnIghts from air over tile Southau expected to take parfJa the initiatjonat I Memphis tomorrow The council has now a membehhid jpfff250 andrwith the coming initiation olulztyfive1 U wilt become one of the largest in the South pplicatlonisthe fp rllUe IU lv Chairmen reports the number received warnsdd not given n for ivy yearsi and tfiecouncil expects t I isoccasionnWashington Knights have made ar angements to provide rooms etc for their brethren and friends who will visit the Capital City on the occasion of th- inauguration of President Roosevelt They are invited to make Knights of Columbus Hall their headquarters whq intend going will have their attended to bywptlng to SectetaryG d HOgle I UENNYSbpIprgTRY- rcer1 I + i ore Dennis J Coiemaja Staking an active interest in the contest for the fitly dollars F6lvislonl candidates at theDlgi i ele jltl lion on St Patrick a 1r gpdto Inspire hisj brother members in 7siviaion 3 Inco1Po rated the following Stania in a circular issued recently Divisions 12 ad9J As you yilllrtirely see Will have to doff theirhats To their brothers of Division 3 SAME OLl = STORIES The advance jgent ofthe gentle zephyrs of spring arrived this week in the person of George Tebeaii the manager of our local ihirdrate base ball team which plays tovJJrstclass admis lions aqd gave out his same old stereo typed interviews and promises for the benefit of the ball Iptingpdblico After a winter of buildoriegend sharp manipu lation it is highly probable thatwe willl have the same sort of a team wehave reignthate j a class of scared youngsters and eev seasoned players hoiwer forto abbycolta J Hfea LouiavillepublicWearticler alball which theydewrve We death- greatlyif J Jt can prove a paying jwast 1 maul thepeaioq t rftIf a garment iis badly ebrched in jreo f g llay ltlllthe bHghtett safasSiBeyfea findfind salesr the fable 4i aratid stain tUaB titx rr- n ti w 1 f lI Gl t 1f Y 11tI lJ 11 wl YOURe l ifRDER I I A 1 4 kentuAinericanlOFFICE1 l lu JOES COURTSHIP n I i Fiddler play a tune to met gleedanddownthevlnagestreets Till the steP comes to my feet Ochti the tunes the fiddlers play Fairly take my breath away r lilterilnitoax Irish reel Who c6nia stay his tbe1 or heel t 1 KellyAndThereeno girl that can compare With her atan Irish fair ReediIleedlldeedlldow noweFaith hes playin Foolish Joe 2More power tomy heel andtoel How would you llike her for a wife If I catch the fiddler Ill have his life Where can I look that shell not Sure and hes mel screechin Nelly seeII Perhaps the fiddler has some wit And on Nelly and me hes usin it But he neednt be dronin Whoeer She B- ens Nellie or no one thats for me NoIAnd if she blushes Ill read consent And then for an endln whether or no Strike up Along with My Love Ill Go If shes lau hln at the way I court Treat her to Round the World for Sport Then back Bgairi to Planxty Kelly If shes not mine then Im done with Nellyr 1 OD SOUTH 1 Charles Wendling the well known electrician left yesterday afternoon for New Orleans toy accept an important position with the Cumberland Telephone Wendlingsimonths and it is then expected be will be transferred here His many friends congratulate him on hlsgood fortune UNABLE TO RETURN J The many friends of Lieut Edward Burke will regret to know that he is im proving very slowly and that he may not be able to return to his post for sometime Lieut Jim Kinnarney who has just recovered from a long illness has been transferred to the Central station Patrolman John Tierney is able to be out again though still too weak to return to his post LENTEN SEASON oThe Lenten season begins late this year Ash Wednesday falling on March 8 In all of the Catholic churches impressive services will be held during the succeeding weeks until Easter There is already widespread evidences eof preparation for the holy season and there will be a noticeable cessation of wintereseasonsrr THEIR LAST DANCE Mackin Councils Dancing Club will doeeits social season with a reception and dance on Monday evening March 6 that will eclipse in every way any of the series which have been exceedingly l enjoyable in every way There was a large attendance at the one held oftheinvited guests and were treatedroyally by the boys of Mackin AIRING THB ROOM In airing a room there are two things to be remembered first that the impure air must be allowed to escape andsec ond that fresh air must be admitted Impure air In a room is always warm and will therefore rise toward the ceiling when it will escape if the window be openedat the top while cold fresh air will enter through the lower part of the window if given a chance SICK ROOM HINT It is an easy matter in the summer to properly air a room even when one is quite ill but in the colder weather the air that enters is too cold to be pleasant or safe for a sick person Take apiece of course flannel sufficiently large to cover the space which is made when the upper sash Is dropped six inches It can be fastenedwith tight tacks ar common pigs anything of that nature that can be put in vyH eoatthe noise of pounding and toIlionI vIded pg through the meeheeof w11kttjfntf l thatthere daio draft I- ctWMthertkeUneleasi besib itidilteitliibst a tit t QOOD WORK e e 1 FAIR PRICES f OHtI1 IH+IH 11 Hu1 H HuH H I iM 1 H I H 11 HuHul H H THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer r 4 i All Calls Promptly Attended to Day oy Night Carriages 4 Furnished for All Occasions T Bottt Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET HM M i HnHHnHMHHH HHI Mi iiI= h i if 1 H M t wt Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET r TELEPHONE 810 H U I I I It I + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER jj b1it3f3E STT TV Jl I STREpTi jWitb the asslslance of my sons I will continue the Undertaking ltfusrn ss of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT of rn DflNIEL J1 DOUGtfRTY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER BOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Street BeUZih and 13JhlAll Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night ff- J I t + t t t+ ++tH + t E TRACY L H STRAUS BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShortH I 1 1 J 1 UI I 1I U I 1 I I iI I KATIE AGNES SMITHl f F rsJerJy of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dreg a specialty Elegant shrouds wade to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 1I80 Established 1863 JOHN 81 RATTERMAN Successor to Mrs Oeorje Ratterman FUNBRALDIRECTORAND Carriages furnished for all occasions Allcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST C THOMPSON FJOR STROSEBUDS A SRecALTY FLORAL PE1GJ5JSi- lZFcurtli AveiM i 281W1s11ri9hSt ji 11 ahTekp6eresaosor v tAlfrdrslc eripiOmpiettentioo dad tisfaction KaajraBteea l r Preserve Your Teeth condition lteeth as long as you can The teeth has much to do in preservingyour health Many Illsiarecaused from a defective and unhealthy condition of the teeth by not being able to masticate the food thoronglv Consult me about your teeth Prices reasonable Lady attendant ORH1J COUCHMAN Dentist Dicon ulldlllf551 FOURTH AVENUE DRINK flollrllWHiSkt BOTTLED BY lfaNnYfo t trER w ti7tEsrlt twtlUkelABln1l TtLepnNBil4 tin j T rq ra- e B3J3Jsnyr tTaaH4 RrQANf P h W Yb W Y yw lfrr 1 y i FvistwORTctkt WOR I 22 50 ioA II and fancy Regular 2350 valuesJ r if you LEVYS THIRD AND November Election 1905 ABCHARLTON cnndl BtC For f STATE SENATORr 38th Senatorial DtstrlctBth 9th18th11th 12th 4 uiccttooQion qi r CP lxlrpV iY 1x06 CPffovoxxitoot Jffileotlorrx 1OOCS T THOMAS A SHELLEY Oandtdotei Fort TAX RECEIVBRSUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 ALF V OLDJIA410D- IDATG Subject Action of the Democratic FORCORt party 1905 WOV MBER ELECTION 1905 F JOHN M CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORS h io tr the Democratic Party OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A BLUE GRASSa STOlllclatlnf Wabnitz Co Proprietors n i LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent LET ME SELL OR LOOK AFTER i THAT HOUSE OF YOURS Telephone me and I will call to see you Home Phone 3698 HENRY AAI1JIPULSIDY- ER J AND GLEANER ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED P nae3s 528 Fifth Street I IGO TO i Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIESar BIG JUG AT DOOR JeI n NT913 WEST BROADWAY aear Ualon Stafloi BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE Peoria Chicago1 9ALL OmfS1M INDIANA tii IdHtjAN if la QWffJ o rr p 1 Mtw YorkrBDstOI AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished Iaflea at Citt1ickeLOfti Bl PHrRoute 550 Fohrth Aveoe write t JG6t oIAceat Aiti- f Jt1 a cleanup in Mens Winter all styles sizes in i5 i8oJ 16 one r J MARKET and Wards 1 theM P SR RAYFOR County AssessorFE- RSONJEF COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY CLERft to PQ01RE ADAMS ct Vie Action of SPECIALTY t EXCHANGE Louis I 1 T- OIndianapolis tPaiireHKH M1 ULBYS Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Matinee THE GIRL FROM HAYS Seats on sale Mo- ndayHOPKINS Motltet Street near Second New Theater built for comfort and snfcty Week Commencing Sunday MatleeFeb 26 I TWO SHOWS DAILY SIMON GARDNER cOI- n a roaring comedy A New Coachman Eight Bedouins Desert Arabs Werden noveltyMitcbellvocalist Ford Sisters famous clog dancers reengaged Biograph new views Klein Ott Bros and Nicholson Musicians Extraordinary 1 L BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING STODAY FEB 26 Uatln i Bnndty Monday Wedneidty Saturday THE BOWERY BURLESQUERSA lesqaes and Vaudevillians Presenting all that is new novel and spectacular in variety JOHN QORMAN PROPRIETOR OF RaceCourse Cafe iSW Faarth Aveajre Bear P Street FINE WINES LIQUORS ciGARS AND TQBACCO Home Telephone 4B34 s 1wOut of ttie aeptbfl pf yonr1 soul com fsevoice tjLbJ mare i rr lingn5Bkdyour oprlt more IiUIBli r as rrf41- C r- J i I IRELAND r to x l Record of the n6 i Important y of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A number of constabulary police sta have recently been closed in Meath IItlonsWestmeath Sophie Carson of Ballyneety near Clonmel died as the result of an accident in the hunting field In opening Sllgo quarter sessions Judge Wakely congratulated1 the grand jury on the peaceful stateof the county The police barrack in Balllnacurra a seaport village of over 600 inhabitants in County Cork Is to be abolished His Honor Judge Curran congratulated the grand jury at Longford quarter ses ions on the greatly improved condition of County Longford Lord Londonderry speaking at New townards acknowledged the fairnessl of tbe demands of his tenants to become owners of their holdings Alderman Gerald OReilly of Rivers dale House Stillorgan has been ap pointed High Sheriff for Dublin by his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant supportoftional share were8ubscrbedfor making the total amount for subscription over 25000IAt a meeting of the Belfast Executive United Irish League the local collection for the Parliamentary1 fund was inaugu rated Numerous subscriptions were handed in The Wicklow County Council passed a resolution condemning the Department of Agriculture for letting part of the lauds at Avondale under the eleven months system The West Clare Executive United Irish League at its meeting discussed the con duct of the local landlords who have re fused to consider the reinstatement of their evicted tenants At Riverstown the charges of assault riot and unlawful assembly against the twentytwo defendants of Murphys house at Watergrasshill were further adjourned until March 2 In the caseof tbe Creagh estate which has been twenty years in the Land Judges Court Judge Ross said the thing was ludicrous and accordingly adjourned the matter to the second week in July The sale of the Newport workhouse to the Congested Districts Boards has been confirmedand it has been suggested that buildings and the grounds be used for the purpose of starting some industry- At a public meeting held under the auspices of tbeEUhied Irish League at Claremorris a resolution was adopted protesting against the action of the Mayo County Council in llevying a rate for the relief of the distress- A numerously attended meeting of the people of Dunmanway was held in St Patricks Hall in furtherance of the objects of the TonTjbants Association and for the purpose tlstimulating an iin terest in the local branch TJ Condon M P Who presided at the special meeting of the EaatTlpperary Executive of the United Irish League said the cases of some eightyQve evicted tenants had been presented to theEstat Commissioners through Jotin Dillon4 MPAt the annualjtreat given to the school children of Drumbarngh schools near Kells by John Sweetman and Mrs Sweetman theJJRight Rev Monsignor Gaughau paidja tribute to Mr Sweetman for his attitude on the university ques tion A sad burning accident with fatal re sults occurred near Omagh While a boy named Michael Quinn was playing at the fire his clothes got ignited and as there was no person in the bouse at the time serious injuries resulted and death occurred the next day It is stated that following up the start ing of the shirt and collar factory in Waterford by a few enterprising citizens other local gentlemen interested in thee milling industry have conceived the idea of starting or rather restarting milling industry on the County Kilkinny side of the river The Kilrush Board of Guardians at their last meeting passed a resolution asking the Estates Commissioners to put in force the powers vested ou them by reinstating the evicted tedanta in West Clare They also congratulated the Na tonal Directory on demanding the abolition of the zones in the land purchase actHis Lordship the Most Rev Dr Foanrtw paid his first officiall visit to 1Jibusldresses presentedJto him his Lordship referred to the causes which operated against a united nation in Ireland and dealt at length with the land and uni versity questions- A conference of delegates from each of the polling stations in North Down constituency held under the auspices of the Ulster Farmers and Laborers Union has passed aresolution disapproving of the sitting member Thomas L Corbett in Parliament A committee has been appointed to consider the claims of can didates willing to oppose him at the next electionA meeting in support of the Catholic Working Boys Home was held in the Mansion Honse under the Presi reportwhichworking of the institution during the past year A subscription ifst was opened and speeches were delivered by his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin John Dillon M P and the Recorder of Dub lip and otherr Three horses the property of Edward Stack JeadiiigjNaifonaHst were sold by auction to satisfy a judgment for rent at MicIdIetonJThere was a large attend ArmCetingweredelvered b7CsIta31 1 sad others an4Mroegsy ppthyh IIII 0 J SOCIETY IRECT RYr Q s tDItIRION 1 r or Meetfliii the ouli and Fourth Tues dEvenings fEcf Month President James Barry Vice PresidentTimotby J Sullivan Recording UecreMary Ttiomasr Ree nan Jr i Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank atreeJJ TreasurerThomas F4 Walsh- 1IIVISI0W2 r Meets on he First and Third Friday ti Evenlngsbf Each Mont- hPresidebtColt Ji Fdrd Vice PresidentsJohn J Sullivan R ecordlngi J8 cretafY Joe Lynch Keaney1835Rogersstreejr Treasurer OwgaKeiram DIVISIONS Meets on the Pftt and Third Monday evenirigVotEach Month President Patrtck J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1816 StreetTreasurer 1t1 Coleniah Sentinel airjckBegley SergeautiatArmsJohn Riley tilVISIQN 4 Mee ontheSc dLhdFourthWedneil- EV I d17dclf Month ll- Presideentijoln H iinms Vice PresidenVWThomasIiynch 1- RccordlngSecnttan Thos Callahan Financial Joe Po McGinn SIS West c1i4sfaailt fYeiityTreasurerr Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE i Meets on TuesdaystkfCounty Preslden rMichael kinney President Robert Gleason Vice President rItchael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryTbomas Gleason Treasurer Lonfs Constantine Marshal PetertiIadden- DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarderLawrenceFord YJ far L MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meet Tuesday Etchings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President WJllfam Kerberg ShaughnessySecond MorganFinancialCorresponding SecretaryF Lanaban Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl enneyInside Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey 1 TRINITY UNCIL 230 Meets Every Mbffdsy Evening at the ClubHouse 713 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President Joseph Bell Second VicelJ President A Hncken beck Recording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial Secretary Robert G Goebel LauerTreasurertVlllMarshal Jacob TBfalzer KempfOutside SATOLLI COUNCIL 162 Meets Every Monday Eveningat Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4tb Ave President JohmJ Crottyi JOConnorl J lnngbl Kava Financial Secretary oWill P McDon ogh1212 Sixth HTSt I Recording Secretary Louis B Baker ItaheyTreasurerratdee MarshallGeorge Si Zorn Inside Sentinel +Edward Aud Outside Sentinell William J 0Sulli van PETER M ADRIOT3OM88 8 L WAGON MANUFIICTURER8 Carriage Rep lhl and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST pressed with Sfatcrtiiapt Donelan said he had been an advOcate of bonciliation but some lat Iyp IiAisttok conciHatibh tfor tVAlties 9Ur11ia0nr i JlIA letter fro pCeAyrcnbishop efr of Dublin to the Lord Mayor on the subject of the National Exposition is published His Grace states that he intends to apply for a considerablyl number pi shares say 2600 worth point in the programme of the exhibition movement which ap peals to him with speciall force is the proposal to supplytbe nt of agreat public hall in the city inwhich an organ could be erected and hesvfRgests that Andrew Carnefcie if approached might give assistance toward the provision of such a building n WINK flACK HOME Col Matt Winn who was elected President of the American Turf Associa tlon Brrived home Wednesday after an extended visit to New Orleans and Nashville From CoUWisn it is learned that the classic Kentucky Derby will be run on Wednesday May 10 and the spring meeting will continue till May 27 The Pre Identof the American Turf Associa horseaover the prospects of the newcrganisa Non which they says are becoming brighter every day ThiiJivear LouU vllewJirthWegIall fnktliagThe tolkyHJe Jocker Club hw 4urancea j 1 t U eetOl1 jhghorsernd rocfeylr- n w ifLe eeaa bcr r Ii 11 u a J r HIBENIANSr Doingtt the Past WeekCenerat- News Notes Division 2 of St Paul gave a card party and dance that Necessitated the use of two bale 4 The annual ball of the order in Phila Hallwaalattended The five divisions of Hartford Conn have arranged for o banquet to be given at the Hotel Hartford on March 16 Should their action meet with the approvalMemphlsHlbernans day with a ball Two new divisions and a net gain of seventynine members during the year 1904 makes a fair showing for the order in Trenton N J The company of Hibernian Knights recently organized at Providence RI has had its first drill with thirtyfive members participating Division 1 of New Orleans at its last meeting elected two new members and received three applications Join J McDermott was elected President The officers of the order in St Paul will have an unusually fine programme ifor their annual celebration of the ann versary of the birth of Robert Emmet Last year the Hibernians of Worcester cleared 4000 from the rentals of their pew building At this rate of profit it will not be long before the entire debt is paid The divisions of Utica have completed arrangements forJtheTr celebration of St Patrick day Major Edward T Mc Crystal of New York will be the princi pal speaker Two hundred members assembled with Division 18 of Boston to witness the exemplification of the four degrees on twenty candidates by the degree staff of the Quincy division Members of Division 7 will wear dark Fedora instead of silk hats in the St Patricks day parade in Syracuse This division was made for the young men who are joining in large numbers Division 1 of Hartford will celebrate Robert Emmet anniversary in the Audi torium on March 4 This will be the thirtysixth annual entertainment and social of Connecticuts oldest division The various divisions of Columbus Ohio report a number of candidates ready for the County Board joint initia tion on March 9 and in the aggregate Its expected the dais will be a large one Division 3 of Elkton S D assisted by their Flaudreau and Plp stone brethren will celebrate St Patricks day in great style Distinguished orators and two bands of music have been secured for the occasion At the joint meeting of Divisions 4 and 10 of North Adams Mars when the four degrees were worked Father McLaugb antuisnow doing i The Hibernians of Worcester Mass have placed intheir building a beautifull memoriall of their former County Chap lain Rev John F Redican whose death occurred in Mechanics Hall on St Pat Jrc1t night 1904 lion Francis Cullen of Oswego one of the most eloquent men in Northern New York has been secured by the Erie County Board as the orator of theevenlng for the Emmet memorial to be held in the Star Theater at Buffalo on March 5 Utica Hibernians promise their friends 1a rare oratorical and musical treat when they celebrate the anniversary Rnbdrt Emmet There is scarcely a city in which a division exists that will not hold a memorial of some kind for the young Irish patriot and martyr- MinneapolisaHibernians haye planned an elaborate programme for the enter tainment with which they will celebrate tbe anniversary of Ii elands young patriot and martyr Rjbert Emmet at the Lyceum Theater on March 4 Hon Daniel Lawler of St Paul will deliver tbe principal address The celebration of the seventeenth an niversary of Division 4 of Minneapolis was the occasion of a notable gathering and an enjoyable smoker Starting with oppositionandhdversewlndshhve its invincible sails and today it stands one of Minnesotas matchless divisions- A recent affair of much interest and importance to members of the order in Hampshire county Mass took place in Northampton when the officers of the five divisions wereustalled and thirty candi dates from Hay el1vil1 were initiated Before the ceremonies the members of the divisions attended mass at St Marys church Among the speakers after the installation exercises were Rev George Fitzgerald State President Matthew Cum mings Vice President Terence ODon nell and OrganizeriOConnell The Emerald of Manchester N Ht saysDlvision 2 of that city is increasing Its membeship at a rapid rate During the term of President Denis Fleming the society grew to be the largest tn the State and now President Healy is keep lug up the good work The members realizing this attend the meetings in large numbers and at the last one 114 were present to initiate fifteen candidates and receive six more applications This is indeed good andif the members keep on seconding the efforts of their officers they will be 300 strong before the end of the year Scores of applications are now being receivvd by all the divisions of Washing ton D CAt the last meeting of Divis ion 1 twenty new members were proposed Division 2 expects to swell their number during the yeaito 300 Divisions will double its strengthiVIthin sixty days and Dlvl n3iland 7 are activelywqrk lug to aid the march of the SOOJOOO bri gade State President Mpran 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dance at Speltls Hall on Tuesday evening of next week This society is composed of t active young men and women of JeIfer1 sonville and Dan GUI and John BreenI assured the writer that it will be the notable social event of the present season as the committees in charge are making extra exertions to insure an even ing of rare enjoyment for all who attend Tuesday night the Hibernians assem bled in large numbers in their hall andI after interesting addresses by Messrs Redmond Stanton President Robert Gleason Michael Kinney Martin Fo garty and Thomas OHern adopted reso lotions to celebrate the anniversary of Irelands patron saint on March 17 The great majority favored having a musicall and literary entertainment and a lecture on St Patrick by some noted priest Finally the entire matter was referred ton Messrs Martin Fogarty Redmond Sta ton Barney Coyle Thomas OHern and Owen McCann with instructions to se cure a hall and report a programme the next meeting From Secretary John Murphy Jr it was learned that the Jef fersonville division is now one of the largest in Indiana and continues to IinI crease membership John Tracy the well known undertaker was elected a member and the applications of James Mullen and Thomas Moran Jr were received and referred to the Membership Committee Many members were heard to inquire after Police Commissioner Jack Murphy and Barney Coll but the absence was unavoidable The repre sentative of the Kentuck Irish Amerii can was given a cordial reception and for special courtesies would make acknowledgment to President Robert Gleason and Redmond Stanton SATOLLI COUNCIL Big Meeting Monday Night to Receive Additional Members The meeting of Satolll Council last Monday night was notable only for tbeIj five new applications presented and the election of Albert T Schrauz Owin- to the absence of President Crotty AttorS j ney William OConnor occupied t1i chair and directed the proceedings to th t satisfaction of every one present Theii report of the Joint Committee proved in j teresting reading the recommendations contained therein being concurred in b unanimous vote Since the reins of government o Satolll Council have been placed in the hands of John Crotty and Will McJj Donogh the organization has made rapi dtstrides forward Scarcely a meeting has passed at which applications were not presented Next Monday night an unus ually big meeting is looked for when ii- is t j expected to receive eight more new members into the ranks of the Young Mena Institute ENJOYABLE RECEPTION One of the largest and most enjoyable of the recent receptions was that on- hursday night at the residence of Mr and Mrs Martin Finnegan 614 Washing ton street The first part of the evening was devoted to vocal and instrumental solos and games and after an elegant luncheon dancing was indulged in for several hours Among those present were Aliases Mamie Patton Nora Quirk Mary Joyce Nora Finnegan Mamie J PMM Nora Devaney Mary Manion Bridgie Joyce Kate Burke Iory bttll i loy Maggie aBdMary Mooab8vjHy MuHpy Mary Deifsaey Nora Brod dok J Ffr Margaret Sheehan Delia and Julia Lin vane Delia Welsh Mary B and Nora Joyce Delta Kinney and Mary Horde man Messrs Fergus Fallon Charles Desse Martin Quirk John Holmes Joseph and James ptn egan John Man ion Martin Joyce Michael Sheeha- William Linsky Adler Bancroft Thomas Hardeman Martin McNally John MullI gan Miles Higgins Thomas Noon anluJames toftus TALKb Futurhe cPlans oTTrlnlty Council heLots of talk Iq being indulged in and there is much speculation as to the future plans of Trinity Council YM L whtc continues to increase in membership an finances At a largely attended meeting Monday night the members gathered iin groups and the discussions Included a number of interesting subjects among them the anniversary banquet annual outing and the new home for the coun ell Owing to the diversity of opinion however and tbe tongl time intervening nothing definite was presented only business of a routinepnature being trans acted President Cfloney occupied the chair and administered the obligation t John Dalzell Only one member Joseph J1 Berberdick remains on the sick list William Rueff having been reported well Appropriate resolutions wer adopted on the death of the late Julius Martineck which were ordered spread on the minutes and copies forwarded his EntertanmenatCommittee reported that Trinitys social1 season would closej Match 2 with a euchre and dance NOW ENGINEER LANOAN James P Langan the well known locomotive fireman has with the exception of a slight lameness entirely recovered from the injuries he received in a wreck last spring nd has been promoted t 3 youritB motion to the throttle will be welcomed by his many friends MACAULEYS The Girl From Kays which i underlined for Mucauleya for the last halfof next week comes here with the prestige of having scored a years tun i I London and New York It is one of the huge theatrical family that can trace ant unbroken line of descent from the almost prehistoric ages of The Beggars Opera There are eighty people in the cast BUCKINGHAM promiseset largesS thet J e J liisentineg that is new novel and spectacular tnIi variety The music that will be heardI i is pleasing and catchy and the songsi 1 orderyMASoNIC fFred E Wright will presentthe orlgU it nal company in York State Folks mot delightful of all pastoral playa the Masonic Theater ilea week James Lackaye who has added to his already j powerfult i Peter Martini will be seen In the part he created as will Ray r Royce whose lovable old organist Myron Cooper has made him an immense favorite everywhere HOPKINS THEATER+ Three of the most widely known features in vaudeville will be found on v next weeks bill at the Hopkins The Simon gild Gardner Company will present a roaring comedy entitled A New Coachman Klein Ott Brothers and I Nicholson willintrodeced s big musical r nove lnd eight B donln Arabs are billed to appear ia aries of thrilling gymnastic stunts The Ford sitters the clog dancers haveu secured for poptlartacgraphMovlif plcturM f f r o JI rJ i1 jti i THEY STILL LEAD Division 3 Makes Another Big Showing in Hibernian 1Contest IDivision 3 still leads in the Hibernian coolest and Interest in the final result is intense Monday night Hibernian Hall was thronged and when Joe Taylor presented his list of applications for mem bership there was a great outburst of applause which was repeated when Martin Sheehan turned in another batch of twentytwo Thus far this division has 115 cadidatea for the initiation and the number may be increased to 200 all ofwhom will be presented with tickets to the banquet on March 17 A class of fortyfour received the obligation and receivedh nextdmeeting for final instruction for the initiation The division made another generous donation for the St Patricks day celebration and promised more money if it were needed The meeting was a happy oneandwas made interesting by the remarks of Col Joe Taylor George Butler Thomas Quinn Patrick Sullivan Nick Sheridan Patrick Holley Lawrence Mackey Jobh fCronesDolanhHibernians The Visiting Committee reported Messrs Thomas Nalty John Carman McCue Murphy and Grimes on improvingsMuch praise was given the choir which has made marked improvement since the rehearsals bega- nUNITY COUNCIL Arranging For an Appropriate Celebration of Tenth- Annlversary Unity Council of Y M L of New Albany one of the most progressive and successful in the Indiana jurisdiction Inaugurated a movement Tuesday night for a fitting celebration of its tenth anni versary during the week following Easter The anniversary falls on Wednes day April 26 when a reception ands select dance will be held in one of the largest halls in the city It was decided that the members receive holy commun nion in a body at St Marys church on the Sunday preceding and attend ves pers in the afternoon and the Rev Father Borries and President Hinkebeln were appointed a special committee to invite one of the noted Catholic priesfs tdpreach the sermon on this occasion Six members were reported on the sick list but all are progressing toward recovery Two candidates were elected to membership one being initiated The committee to whom was referred the Annual outing will report at the next meetipg Secretary Kurzeiidorfers finan cial statement showed a steady increase in the funds and the council in a flour Ishing condition CHRISTIAN BROTtIERSI For the convenience of candidates to the Order of the Christian Brothers and others who are thinking about entering the religious life the Christian Brothers have recently preparedan illustrated prospectus of their society which gives a tall account of what is required for mem bership Among the topics treatedare nature and variety of the work conducted by the Brothers who are eligible to mem ship qualifications for admission no en dowment required Applications forjadmission receptions of new membersI j etc A copy of the prospectus will bee sent to those who desire to become mem 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