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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 f r- i r e i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN I VOLUME XIVNO IAr LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 111905PRTrJlITtru L HOME RULE For Ireland GatninfrfGround the English House ofiCommons Wyndham Resigns and Ba f Ministry Reported in Dire Straits John Redmond Says Govern ment Will Not Last Through A the Session OTHER RESIGNATIONS LOOKED FOR Premier Balfour announced i I House of Commons Monday thataI Wyudham the Chief Secretary for land had resigned In announcing the I resignation the Premier said he had I been unable any longer to withstand the I appeals of Mr Wyndham to be allowed at to resign Mr Wyndham did not believe that he would be able at the present time to support all the 1labors and anxieties of his great office but his principal reason for resigning was the fact that the recent controversy insideI wand outside the House had greatlyal impaired if not altogether destroyed the value of the work he could performi as Chief Secretary for Ireland the The defection of the Irish Unionists was undoubtedly the cause of Mr Wyndhams resignation and Mr Hal 1 fours acceptance thereof the split Ini the ministerial ranks being such as to I to threaten extinction of the Governments I majority at any moment The Ulster Unionists did not disguise their joy at the the success of the maneuvers to oust Mr I Wyndham but their happiness they openly assert will not be complete Unless are Sir Anthony P MacDonnell Under Sec retary to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland joins his late chief in retirement Walter Long President of the local Government Board is regarded as the probable sue Redcessor also mond Chairman of the Irish Parlla arerit to ary party in an interview said to the Associated PresstheI Mr Wyndhams resignation I other evidence in favor of home Ieedited The Government has tried its best men merit in Ireland If ontrol of that country semen from Downing street were possible some work one would have succeeded in adjustingme affairs to the general satisfaction Mr Wyndham was one of the Governments this star men and did his best but findinga that he could accomplish nothing toward The reform of the present Irish administra every tlon he began to favor home rule This I kept attitude met with the disapproval of Ieare Ulster men When taken to task Iin thethe House Mr Wyndham made the fatal we mistake of rounding into his pal which t was unpardonabletheMr Redmond also said the Go ment was very weak and expressed belief that it would not last through the sessionAsked at the rising of the House off i Commons whether the Earl of Dudley Lord Lieutenant of Ireland or others hadresigned Sir Alexander AclandI Hood amid laughter replied that obt BrillvlouslyI lions when they were tendered but only mark when they bad been accepted This equivocal statement is held to church imply that the tale of resignations iis not General yet complete but that Mr Wyndhamthe will be followed into retirement by the Rev Earl of Dudley who at the present mothro meat is taking a holiday in Paris while ways if Sir Anthony MacDonnell does not reo sign the new Secretary will probably disPatr pense wits his servicesfolloMacDonnell has a powerful friend in proR Lord Lansdowne and Mr Balfour pro choir longed but useless fight against the and Ulsterites to retain Mr Wyndham IisbeThe lieved to have been inspired by the best knowledge that if MacDonnell were members sacrificed to Orange rancor Lord Lans will downe also would resign from the ForIngi 1 PreludCPRETTY IRISH GIRL r Kyrie Miss August Bellfn ham to Credo OfferMarof Bute Miss Augusta Belllngham daughter of ra poor Irish baronet has secured for her husband the young Marquis of Dnt and away the richest nobleman in Great The Britain He owns 117000 acres of agri Ancient cultural lands great coal mines six leave country mansions vast tracts of land in this Palestine the Island of flute and moatpropositions valuable of all be is ground landlord of the great Welch town of Cardiff He in Merited 30000000 from klsfathe his income is in all 2000000 a year He is devoted to sport and has no tae society and takes no interest in politics WILL MAKE RACE By i stricken Last Saturday leading Democrats Nelson Hart Meade Breckiuridge Larue counties met in this city an cuedthe political situation i district j Jcldedis serving his third term as County Judge this of Nelson county was the proper man to meal represent the dlaMck in ContisassA gloom JItJ n on committee that notified the Judge action taken received assurance t tt would make the race Five count JudgeDauInnouncement it iis not thought the be any other candidate Judge iis one of the most brilliant men in the Stateand would ably represent Kentucky in Congress v urVINCENTIANS Will Hold Interesting Quar terly Meeting Tomorrow Afternoon Tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclockj St Francis Hall at the Cathedral1I the sixteen conferences of the St Vincent de- theirPaul Society of Louisville will hold quarterly meeting which will be a most interesting noesAt the last meeting of the Particular Council it was deemedI ad visable to change the meeting hour from hondy to transact its greatly increased businesse supperIrereports different conferences will be read and1 wevole are assured they will contain much that will be of special interest to the me large Judge Matt ODoherty has accepted an invitation to address this meeting and the Particular Council therefore urges a large attendance from all the conferences not only for the spiritual benefit acb receive but for mutual edifi encouragement as it has been wisely said that these quarterly meetings are a most effclent help in the upbuilding of St Vincent de Paul Society Speaking to the Kentucky Irish lermemory ican an officer prominent iu the StPatrick Vincent de Paul Society says I wish you would also call attentioninj the usual annual donation that chsince conference makes to the New Yorkof Superior Council to assist in defrayinltTl expenses which are incurred by that body in doing the work of the whole society under their supervision As youhers aware not a cent of the sod money is paid to any member of the society no matter what the service ren dered and the expenses incurred are forri c absolute incidentals such as printin annual report stationary etc This isForJ the time to rehew our subscriptiontea the St Vincent Quarterly The sub scription price is fifty cents a year and and magazine is entirely devoted to theforgotten ablysin the articles are of the gr and are contributed by men whose bavevbecome national in the of the St Vincent Society All four should become subscribers if theyare not already so and let us send year a subscription list that will be a pride to our society In Lculsvl11eEri magazine should be in the hands Vincentian as then we will bethe familiar with the great works that being done by our socjety throughout world and in which as mean participate Matt Members should remember the hour of meeting and be present at 3 oclock at j rasaELABORATE earl delay Musical Programme for March im 17at St Patricks Church nessed States iant and impressive services will1 to the celebration of the feast of Irelands patron saint at St Patricks peeled next Friday Very Rev Vicar Cronin will be the celebrant of which high mass and It is hoped our later Bishop will be able to occupy and witness the ceremonies Al the on this occasion an able sermon is before preached on the life and works o and the same precedent will be the 1 this year An elaborate musical1 Too ramme has been arranged fo V by Director William Hodapp ors Prof Leo Schmitt the organist of choir of St Patricks one of the largely In Louisville assisted by 1leading pets of the various Catholic choirs brother render Haydns Third Mass follow o being the programme in full Triumphal March DolbyFlagler Ancien- H HVentache union Trio soprano tenor and bassourHaydn wrested Infiammatus Rossini lion chorusSanctusHaydnBenedlctus HaydnPostlude HALLefsrCounty Boardof Directors of the Order of Hibernians who will Connelly their present quarters at the end ofrre c month have under considerhfor several among 1 feptbTheater merandcljeetthenextto went LOSS TO CITY She Ireland the death of Moses Levy wh anfromwithout earlydents Lauieeville favorably fordsmear attended hasthe been lmportantfactorinthedtysproeq gr ideal the Levy was a charitable man and in Irish raepct never drew the line at r His death earned a feeliag of merit to per pde tine whole airy n i READYies j PatricksloungBanquet I Sons of Erin Make a Record I That Will Stand For C Years Members Will Receive Hi inVowmunlon Tomorrow St Patricks ELOQUENCE AND WIT AT 8AN UeTMlss The eyes Of Irish Catholics all over the and especially the Hibernians are today turned upon the city of lulswi11 sad its four divisions of the Ancient j Order of Hibernians This has been i berscausedb the work they have been since the beginning of the year iin I effort to increase the membership of greatest of all Catholic national erg lions to 200000 in the United S How well they have succeeded will tesbe demonstrated St Patricks fIonconferred on about 500 of our best zens representing the professional mer cityIrishmendearMacof Irelands greatest apostle Smeetingand the celebration in L I villa in his honor will be one that i vthemany ways surpass any ever altsm the formation of the Ancient erofHibernians over three centuries agocertainfirst act In this great celebration willto j l occur tomorrow morning at St Patricksanchurchwhen the old members and j elect will approach holy comm preysproper manner for the observance o I ceremonies that will follow on St AftePat ks day when the big initiation and reportgthe past two months the de guards and choir have been Paring for this St Patricks day eventportedthe Initiation will be t one never to bewerefThe ceremonies will be held the Scottish Ritz Cathedral Sixth natst1 enough to meet the requirements of th I occasion After the cdnferriBg1 of the degrees an adjournment wil- ltaken 1 to the banquet room for which elaborate menu has been prepared Her rare tree is also in store for the sons National Director George J B COIJofrendition of Irish and Amer national airs will introduce the speakersI Inri twotheprlnclpal ones being National Secre daysuBc ODoherty and Thomas Walsh initiatory ceremonies will begin prom ptly 8 oclockand Mrsdatesasi street brigassignedThere is no more instructive or brief WedOrderderltlonever in the Western or Soot In order to avoid confusion andlt highly enable the committee to make ample arrangement for the large number exthe 1 to Attend the banquet each of the divisions has sent its members cardsI they should fill out and return nott than howand maythe fromfriendsI Financial Secretaries at any i Friday if they desire The candi tery dofse of initiatory exercises much praise can not be given forty Dirrectremto whose untiring efforts the su the coming notable due jbutWithout any flare of trumandor unseemly display they and Itheir members have arranged for an observance of the feast of St Patrick that of descendantKentuckys the istwo Miss t usward IseaydntheIof all persons of Irish descent fair city and that we will never from us the commanding poss we will aSsume on this yearsdayMOURN HER DEATHlugly lifekoJburied hetbeingDeceased was one oft t characters seldom met with in these rence who in life held nothing dearer James er faith and one who in the great of selman of her devotion suffered privations Alwaycheerfulothers failed No braver coarag soul cooerinalforth to meet the dread was born in the County conrjulug sixtyfive years ago and early oldorealallotte of Louisville she was well and mlle known Mrs Featherstone only the first mane that was ooffered is moat famlUwaswas amol1gtran first to tubscribe for the Bent American This is but a m 1 the Ill workaceHer sHe Jualargehers t c t BIFeatherstonei i f phone Company Miss Margaret Feather stone of this city and Thomas Feather stone of Mexico HAPPY NIGHT Promised Per Members ofI the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary Next Wednesday night the Hibernian jollytime Theoonata class wi11beinteresting social session thatfwill follow the faille tory eremonies Mary Sheridan and the ladles of pfforam timelyandered A pleasing and enjoyable feature be the dainty collation to wb members of the auxiliary are cor invited These ladles elOut asdoing A saytheollethis I CHANGEtes In the Term For 1tIflcers of Mackin Council kin Council held a well attended tthe PresidentII Itiedtwo and much discussion is almost to result It has been the custom honor faithful officers with reelection anmwithout hard exonthemselves in favor of the Ilawr as elandsE man r the initiation of Louis Klnsella Alfred Fritz SOloturning Into the treasury a hand awardinggree the ftprer the largest attendance Prof Keiffer reo cities rules for thegymnasium which adopted John Shelley Richard an wereandWetzell and nomi the to fill vacancies on the Executive aUiIafeetingHBXtMoti4ayinight leeTheylabIncaJrmeJWalter Niehoff fromutterdied Sunday afternoon at the labor thenmelIdays The funeral took place Tues morning from St Mary Magdalens were foreetlOtyFrank Eckert 631 West Di who suffered the loss of and handsome infant ion Tuesday his death following a illness The funeral took when the remains were ten laid to rest in St Louis cemetery thehewttrurespected member of St PatricksI dren congregation died j suddenly Monday atI home of his daughter Mrs Patricktlj OConnor 1648 Tyler avenue Though On IIsteIThelthis unexpected death shocked His funeral took place Tuesday can andtimeWe webJamesforJobnover one i1 years the Pennsylvania sys use in the hoarnland crush came to Jeffersonville while a youth have onlyJuneralthatFathermassi requiem Besides his wife he leavesIi who i daughters Mrs Oscar Johnson andI are to Maggie Conlen and four sons EJ labor James William and Ernest Conlen about 111TheMtleaveasalthe ployeestserickeveralsoldiers wa theof the uem reqandof the exemplary and Chriarsonforementhe deceased who never failed to happy those about her DesldesP- uts lain husband she leaves two daughters Katie Mussclman and Mrs William feel havehoseI Clarence Martin Lee and to the Musselman all grown Mrs Mus was one of the pioneer memberstiat Ic Marys church away I TheyCARDINAL A PEDESTRIANstandin Gibbons is a fervent advocate fromofpro g life and of adding to health their anIvigorspan of life yet he floes a ten tramp almost every day of lei j denying himself when the weather severe To Baltimorwins b sight out for a jaunt but unionsers generally are astonishedt mt deuce wircthout The ty it i wisestustrious churchman and act olar MMlly walks alone audit is a token then favor to be Invited tojoltin fYy0- n 0 Drh o j Ii SHOP SPALDINGI Declares That Socialism Is a Visionary and UnAmeril can Scheme Labor Unions Educate Mon andthen Are Making Them Think Strike a Dangerous Weapon and Often Cuts Both Ways WHERE THE CAPITALISTS OFTEN ERR i or We are a practical people and thisI practical bent based on common sense j questionlallyyams ish sudden revolution would not cnre intensify the evil We are rightly dis satisfied with conditions that make men work to a degree incompatible with the development of the higher life givethousandsj andOfwe say ave been spiritWequ ence to the fundamental laws of our nature I look upon Socialism as out of question Those who want a swift settlement are fascinated by SocialismI Socialism is an impracticable scheme has failed in small communistic It has militatedagainst the family All of our support as a civilized people comes from the home and excepta from the home the higher life can not to In Europe there may be someof for Socialism there is none here Americans do not want to live where can not own his home can not hold property of his own The thirst to beGrand not one in a herd is ini our blood Without capital we can not large organize great industries or develop atax country so vast as ours Rich men and was are necessities Cities of 100000 would be ideal Great cities evil but an inevitable one It is InSanta great centers that the labor problemof t becomes acute Labor and capital are enue The laborer needs the employerma1 the employeix needs lkaisshould work in union Organizedeno is necessary just as organized is necessary The vast improvechn from starvation wages in England unsanitary conditions from of women end children is due labor unions They have edu by bringing them together making them think I believe If no unions today men would bethel back to starvation and degradaAi France weeparketThe strike oa of longer mentheirns of tlon most dangerous of vided weapons for it cuts both ways It tsthe I capitalistpiece forthe e engage demoralizes the laborer Idle disc out on a bitter brooding be easily becomes victim of drink His wife and chil modern surfer A great strike involves a of clpabreaksand violence In Pennsylvania we d to over six hundred witnesses was a great deal of violence POIJsthe strikers do but put out pickets that leads to intimidatioa can not settle this question u I social feeling and good will to God is the father of us all We are At wroughtItinto Farley ch is granted survival of tht fittest Strong nationsI stinence weaker ones and we AmericansI States been doing the same thing It isI banquets through education that we Ilearn we have one Father to whom we are Pope responsible He alone is a real man velt is of help to his fellowman If settlingifficultiesd ogler church a feeling not of hate but of good banquet fraternal feeling Why should not of not emtarpsame pride that a captain of stricted ehsould office employes not trust and love their or leadsfeelr trouble in mines is with the When the men come to com the foreman sends them away orRogerthem off or lies to them The men there is no justice and no redress Ihisnever seen it tail that If you lI men and be interested they will 1awayj of the mining trouble I bro n a more profound respect form en are often the victims of mtsa benefited g but there is is absencelementthe side of their virtues sic m ofoffice i ougandvices let to he will yIIHe trusts me and I jjotTheaslife range RoberlTrade1 bete I them that work pretty well If chenonfi of the public and dtsnteg unions are not always wise man are sometimes foolish How turn we expect uneducated men Barrett righ4lk7ken opal w ia their N n 1u I New York and Chicago Business was Interferedridiculous and hurt union labor Ir think the Socialists stir up these troubles They look upon the union men as half themTheyoverturningLabor I have talked all denounce the sympathetic strike Not 60 per cent of the strikes succeed and only at great cost A strike is not a frivolous thing and frirolou- should not be allowed to lead mare eni working for wife and children The dayshorter The same wages the better It does not lead to the saloon notthetlthoughttired out they go to the saloon for oration spiritAproblemf a a miserable wretch The best people have ever known have been firstThewomen the wives of workingmen th laborers more than any other they ha ethisrevealed God to me It is evil and foolBoardtalk of newspabuti j denouncing employers Employers have their hard times Almost 00 per cent 0Statesenterprises fall Failure is often staringV i greaVet food s Independence But intelligence I virtueareBACK TO FRANCES Carthusian Monks Will h Chartreuse on Larger Scale Than Ever The Pope has just given permluslon to number of Carthusian monks to return France and engage in the manufacture the Chartreuse cordial as laymen tlon Since the sale of the secret to an English acompany the French Government has consented that the monks return to Chartreuse near Grenoble and resume their business which brought revenue every year in the shape of to the Government treasury It the Carthusian order which for briut1IreChiara in Rome for the aria oNew the French clergy and the loss of rev consequent upon their failure at their famous cordial ininteresI SDA3yLtbtctteatwouldhaveI en loss to the college and to French institutionsI throughout otherthe The organization of the English company will give the monks I ewThe educattheorobtainmendeandfOUlrefamous cordial nabrances1 I 1mStatethat the Government will nodInterfere with the pacific occupaan of the members of the order pro subject Ithey comply with the provision of- withassociation laws It Is proposed j assistance of the new company toe in the manufacture of the 1liquor larger scale and to establish a more only extensive plant near Grenoble with all act J improvements for the production 5 high grade brandy which is the prinTJconstituent of the cordialII DISPENSATION Grants Unusual Req n estCommittees member on Account of St Pat dItionDr the personal request of ArchbIsho of New York the Pope has a special dispensation from abDoarlto all the Catholics of the Unitedwith who are to attend celebrations and on March 17 St Patricks day 21whichj ThearriVIwas informed that President Roo eforhad accepted the invitation of the daytheI officials would be present at the and therefore j the Papunusualuniversal to all Catholics but to those who by reason of their or position have to attend banquets celebrations in honor of the Irish Thsainte BETTER IN HEALTH carryon music G requetaryotterstep a two year visit at West Baden Springs world has for some time been In The friendsgthat she returns gr sunnynder Roeconducting the affairs off in a most satisfactoryjmanner SUCCESSFUL ithstanding the short time to ar a programme and advertise it the Emmet anniversary celebration Awevethe8150byandThel postLMrsand Miss Mamie gramBColl1mltteeillchargedeaervepratsefori succweful managementt D v aA1 0 FEDERATION Enthusiasm Manifested in Now Orleans Greater Than Anticipated FrenchmenwhoOpera House Hears Elo quont Addresses oEsocutivoAction of the Last Congt088invig ARCHBISHOP GHAPELLB WELCOMES realest recentenyears in New Orleans was the meeting weekof the National Executive of the American Federation of Catholic Societies which was attended prominentCatholics a United Sunday night there was an Im mense gathering at the French Opera House where the enthusiasm was fargreater then lead been anticipated After music by Mars orchestra Dr Men ville StateFederationorder Prayer was offered by Archbishop Mess ChapellefakeeloquentandtheCatholic toNewWaguespack delivered the oCthefollowed Bishop andMcFauimovement and National President Minahan dealingi withi the work accom lashed frontingAmerican benedlctlonof the meeting by His Excellency Archbishop Chapel le Monday the National Board met in executive session and the following is a summary of its deliberations national convention will be held in nextonThe medrilingactionInaffecting Catholic ln jafattedYndianatfatisandexpressed satisfactions the Representativesassignment of Filipino students to ional institutions in this country the Government under the direction the Secretary of War was highly com d and measures taken to keep in with action in this regard The suggestion of His Eminence Cardi Gibbons referring to the Congo Free question was carefully considered a committee appointed to take the in hand constitutionalaffecting ExecutiveCommitteeare authority empowered to speak or for the federation and that the same execntiveboardscommittee highly commends the WynneSpublication encyclopediaArchbishop elected a of the National Advisory Board Lconjunction arrange details for the next national conven W caecaPFederationisand his report will be awaited cityheGras festivities and therefore home too late to be interviewed this weeks issue GREGORIAN CHANT Rule Regat ding Its En isforeement to Be Modified Pontifical wasformedto the work of reform in church has just submitted aSecrerules in the Papal decree issued last several countries throughout the among them the United States Papaldecreeobjectionssallyparts of the world is that abso fromchurchffoundthat itwouldARTISTIC RECITAL HattieDlshopatthejWomaasntngclock It will beone of the most and most brilliant affairs of the season and will be asps pcogram1J1e JiJeKiblUIlbe n 1 0- U U- J IT t QNTUCKY IRIiH RIOANa KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM IN111IIN11I INI I M- Saveted to the Moral end Social Adv ceraeat ol all Irish America txa KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as Second Ctess Matter 44diei all CIIm lcallonl to tile KENTUCKY IIRISH MERCAN326 West Green Siredt r = G- IfTRADESUNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY MARCH II Ig ST PATRICKS DAY NUMBER Following our timehonored custom the Kentucky Irish American will issue a double number on St Patricks day Many extra copies of the paper will be issued and these will have a wide circulation both in Louisville and Jefferson county and throughout the country This special edition will conta ofonf many interesting historic articles interest to Irish and IrishAmerii cans As an advertising medium this issue will be particularly valuable 1 as it will reach thousands tiEa families not reached byother news papersIt impossible for the advertise ing managers of the Kentucky Irish American to see all of the regplar advertisers in these coll urns to say nothing of the new ones Those who wish to avail themselves of the space reserved for advertisers are requested to advise us by mail or call up by telephone 1 and their wants will be attended to UNJUST AND STUPID The editor of the Boston Pilot who lives away off from the negro population in an editorial in lust Itweeksnegroes will march in the inaugural parade and that the color line will not be drawn If a Kentucky nigger was to go up to Boston and insist upon the rights that the Pilot every now and then prates about he would be kicked out of town The editor of the Pilot knows little if anything about the negro question except through Boston spectacless Negroes are treated better in Keni tucky than they are in Boston and 1 the frequent wails from the Pilot about the mistreatment of negroes t In the South is unjust not to say stupid Kentucky niggers who have gone to Boston and retutned to the Dark and Bloody Ground e agree in saying that the spectacled Bostonians are very polite but e that dont get you anything boss I Possibly some of these have visited the Pilot office All Yankees are alike even though some of them t may be Irish WYNDHAM RESIGNS The Orangemen have finally suc t ceeded in forcing the lestgnation of Chief Secretary Wyndham but lie is not the man they were after C Sir Anthony MacDonnell his Under i Secretary who happens to be a Roman Catholic was their target r At last accounts Sir Anthony was holding on to office In all coun r tries on the globe excepting Pro testant Ulster in Ireland religious animosities have been buried or a least softened but the Orange Irish still cling to the precept off Cromwell lito hell with the Pap ists How long this breed of mal content will live in an enlightene- age liisbut the British Government seem- to foster and encourage them forll li political purposes in Ireland whilst they are not tolerated in England CARRYING WEAPONS Many State Legislatures and of City Councils have increased the In peualties for carrying concealed deadly weapons during the past 4 six months In New York City the penalty for carrying concealed deadly weapons is 250 The former an penalty was 10 The ordinance changing the penalty was intro duced by Alderman Timothy Sul livan The new ordinance empowers City Magistrates not cniy to iIm H25ofinebuUo commitl the carrier of concealed I I tU 0- U r weapons for six months The ordinance gives the Police Comm is sioner power to issue permits for carrying concealed weapons as at present Mr Jerome went to the Legislature to have the law changed regarding the carrying of concealed weapons said Alderman Sullivan herenfpenalty The law is a most necessary one Every night on the Bowery you may hear the report ot half dozen pistols or so In Louisville Judge McCann of the Police Court is rigidly enforce ing the law as to carrying conceal deadly weapons DECIDE FOR PRIMARY The Democratic City end County Executive Committee will me today and decide upon a primary election as the proper manner of nominating candidates for city and county offices to be filled at the November election The primary plan seems fair to all Now since the committee has outlined the plan there is nothing to preve candidates announcing Up this time they have been rather j backward in asking support EARLY SALOON CLOSING There is an ordinance pending i in the General Council providing I that all saloons in the city close at 12 oclock midnight and that none shall open their doors until 5 oclock in the morning The ordiIi inance was introduced by Alderman Harris at the instance of the Citizens iL League The most interesting I feature connected with this ordi- nancei is that most of the saloon keepers in the city and the leading 1 liquor dealers and brewers favor the ordinance There are 898 1 saloons in Louisville Of these not more than 200 keep open after mid night and of the 200 who do keep 1 open after that hour more than 150tt would be glad to have a law enacted t closing all at midnight It is after midnight that most of the brawls and disgraceful happenings occur a It is no wonder therefore that the leading liquor dealers distillers and brewers favor closing at mid night for their own protection The ordinance has been referred to the Revision Committee and the report of this committee will be awaited with interest It is a open secret that the leading me in the liquor business favor midnight closing but of course they h will not take an active part in favor of the ordinance for reasons INDIANA MARRIAGE LICENSES tThe Indiana Legislature hasI adjourned after a sixty days session One thing t4 its credit iis that it enacted a law making fit more difficult for eloping couplesI marriagedcense in Jeffersonville and else J Thse lax system of granting marriage cicensesproven a fruitful source of divorce and has been the cause of innumer table divorce suits in Louisville and Jefferson county to say nothin pi other Circuit Courts in this State olden times in Indiana those last who wished to marry had to have their names posted in the markett place for three weeks A bill for act to return to this wholesome custom was voted down but the and Legislature did a wise thing in The curtailing the powers of County Clerks in granting marriage balicensesHereafter Jn Indiana in cities at a8ttbe Nicholson lap will be a 0 D tI i cf 1jj strictly enforced This law pro vides among other things that saloons shall be closed at II oclock at night and on Sundays and holii days The Governor of Indian appoints the Police Commissioners eein cities and these Commissioners decide if saloons are to keep side doors open Gov Hanly is a tee totaler and has announced that Ihe will see that the law is enforce- Those living in New Albany and Jeffersonville will be forced come to Louisville for their Sunday 5drinks Sir Wilfred Lauriers scheme for separate schools in the two new provinces in Northwestern Cana which are to be formally established on July i is meeting with vigorous opposition as was expected the Orange element in Canada and many of the Protestant ministers are protesting against the Catholics being given any part of the schoolI fund Premier Laurier however is standing firmly by the plan mapped out and the result will awaited with interest The school1 question is now the principal top discussed in Canadian politics The Governor pf Indiana appointed the Police Commissioners in a cities of that State not having special charters Gov Hanly has instructed his Police Commissioners that the Nicholson law regardin- et saloons must be enforced strictly The law provides that all saloons must close at IY oclock at night and on Sundays and holidays I case the law is not enforced the Commissioners will be removedl New Albany and Jeffersonville are under Gov Hanly s power tontThe penitential season of Lent was opened in Louisville on Wednesday last with the usual services in all the churches The Lenten services to be held i nearly all of the churches on Tuesday j and Friday evenings during Lent ought to be well attended The winter just passed has been a severe one on young and old an- i those living should give thanks that they are still alive iThe indications are that thi coming season wlll be the most prosperous in the history of the city in the building trades Col Tilford the Inspector of buildings estimates from plans submitted to him by architects that at least 5900000 will be spent on ne buildings in this city during th present year This building industry will give employment to thousands of men President Roosevelt will be given hot old time when he comes to Louisville on March 28 and he deserves it The bands will play Garry Owen and there will betL company of Kentucky Rough Riders to do him honor It is a pity the President didnt arrang- to come here on St Patricks day 1The statement of Dr Osler than I all men over forty years of age should be chloroformed seems to haveagita mootedSquestions How old is Ann and Who struck Billy Patterson Easter Sunday the close of the season will be on April 23 YOUNG LIFE ENDED M Last Sunday evening after a long illness Miss Catherine Ansbro one of the most popular young ladles of the Domin lean parish died at the residence of liar parents William and Mary Ansbro 812 Oldham street sari the sad news coat a gloom of genuine Borrow over a wide rcle of friends as through her genial andunassuming disposition she made many and was fortunate in being of a that possessed sufficient magnetism- to hold them Miss Ansbro was not only equallygfriends are griefstricken as up to the few hours there were hopes for her recovery The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Louis Ber trands and was one of the largest seen there for many a day Rev Father Clark O Pwas the celebrant of the high mass of requiem and his feeling pEtheremains were borne to their last of resting place by Louis Dugan Dennis any Hines Mal Shaughnessy Joseph Hanra will n and William Reardon The bereaved parents through these columns wish to the piofsynipathyhelrHd bereavement 11 I 9 S969SS696969SSS969S9i I S08IETv aMiss Mamie Dillon has returned from New York Miss Mary Lyons daughter of Tim Lyons has been ill for the past three weeks Miss Julia Thornbury has been visiting NewdHaven toJ Patrick McGee of New Haven was here for several days as the guest of M A McGee Miss Marian Gutbrie has returned from New Castle where she visited Miss Louise Carroll laD J Meagher the well known Seventh street grocer Is just recovering front an attack of bronchitis tbewellknownyoungAll a two weeks illness Mrs Joe OBrien of Washington Ind has been spending a week as the guest of 1MraG J McNabb in Oakdale Miss Florence Myers has returned to pleasantbebeMist Rose Maloney has returned to her home at Seymour after a delightful- ic visit with relaivtes in Jeflersouville Misses Louise McCrory and Alice Hickey have gone on a two weeks visit- S to New York and other Eastern cities ItMiss Jessie McCauliffe who has been visiting relatives at Georgetown Ind has returned to her home in South Louis villa thisgcity but now of Danville is visiting Mr and Mrs P J Burke of 1320 West Mar ket street Miss Celia Laven has been spending- n the week in New York City where she will select the choicest offerings for her Louisville patrons The many friends of Mrs William Raftery will be pleased to know that she is again able to be out after a severe ill ness of two weeks duration Mrs M A McKenna who has been spending the winter in this city with her daughter Mrs William Yeager left Friday J for her hems at Stanford oMrs Marguerite Donahue had as guests at her home in South Louisville Mrs Nannie Shawler of Suepherdsville and Miss Clara Donahue of Portland Miss Maytne Higgins entertained I many of her friends at her elegant homed on the boulevard in honor of Miss Kate Gregory of Lebanon Junction who has been her guest Miss Alice Sweetman of Dayton JeParklandi been receiving much social attention and adding to her already large number of admirers in this city a The dance with which Mackin Council closed its season Monday night was a great society success The club has been urged to give another after Easter and a soweMrs Dr Louis A Brorihg and sister Mrs C A Schaefer who have been spending the week in New Orleans will visit friends at Mobile and Nashville before returning home Col John McAteer and wife have gone to Texas where they will remain until spring as the guests of their son Vincent McAteer who is practicing law and publishing a paper at Comfort Miss Beezie Hannan who left last week for New York City will remain with friends there to see the great St Patricks day celebration and will attend u MadisoneSquare of Mrs John J Riley of Seventh street I dayststay iu Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital with an injured foot Mrs Rileysmany friends will be glad to hear that she is reo covering rapidly Col John Moran and bride who wasSl Miss Mary Go s have returned from their bridal trip They will reside in South Louisville where Col Moran holds the position of Superintendent of ott the Kentucky Packing aud Provision T Company lr Dr Peter Delus and Miss Lula Schwan inger surprised their many friends by being quietly married last Tuesday Both are well known in German society cir cles For years they have taken an active interest in fraternal entertainments ick for charitable purposes and it is hoped by their friends that their union C will only slightly interfere with the good work they have been doing Edward Veroia and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of twin visitors a boy and girl at their home Cedar Bough Place New Albany One weighedseven and onehalf and the other seven pounds Both are handsome and perfectly formed and show every evidence of fine health and strength All the week the the happy parents have been receiving the congratulations of their friends the stlJohnwell known united ofinCross church Rev Father Cunningham we rforming the ceremony The news tbe as a surprise to the many friends the happy couple who wished to avoid display After the honeymoon they reside with the brides parents on aa- East Washington street The groom is a trusted employe at the Dennis Long but fqundry The OM Club entertained with a deg di P i L + GIVE US YOUR ORDER t euchre night at thl of Misses and Maggi those wer Misses Lizzie Callahan Mayme Julia Mom Muldoon Annabel Rihn Hanra han Callahan Messrs Wil Schmidt Louis Gras Mike Henry Stucker John Meyer Tom Callahan John Callahan Sand Matt The prizes were won by Misses Julia and Condron and Messrs Mike Matt Muldoo and Henry Jerry has bee I his beat with a light step an smile for all his friends who will als smile with him when they learn that hi is owing to the arrival of pretty little girl to his home j is that Uncle Con Ford will b the and that there will be a bij at the Office is one of the most melon the force and is being by his mask and carnival of th Club at the New Athletic Clut night was the most event of the season the attend ance being larger than was There were many persons presen as and and the the fully as well as die the younger people The costumes won were not only novel in design but many were indeed and the music wa all that any one could desire The Non pareil Club deserves upot the success it has Miss Rosa A and Henry J Struble well known young people of the East End were married at St Vincent de Pauls church iit the presence of a large ol friends and relatives Miss Rilling is B pretty and young woman and ha wide circle of friends Mr Struble iis with Boslers Hotel at Second and streets A followed the at 418 Camp street after which the bride and groom left for trip the South They will beat home at Preston and avenue after March 15 Mr August C Mayer the West End grocer and brick will move to his home on the he will engage in and stock lair Mayer and his family will be greatly missed from their circle of West End friends where they have by their many of mind and heart and if well will make them and happy in their new home they will have of both will be ready to offer its friends a cead mille eoliths after the first next month One of the most events of the past week was the mask party and with which Misses Anna Bell Rihn and Rosalia Kiel the of their social circle The costumes were and hand was the feature until when all were seated to an elegant Those present were Misses Carrie Andrl Emma Ida Myrtle Agnes Miller Alice Smith Nellie Doyle Ella Smith i Lula Mamie Kissel Grace Holland Alma Theresa Kiel Nellie Miller Rosalia Kiel Anna Bell1 i Rihn Doyle Julia Mullen ofr Messrs James L Bently Joe John Smith Frank Broder 01 John A J Maple JohnI Greib R Fred Perkins Thomas Iven Seibert R W Todd H C Delph Mat Dugan John Ben Ott Dr William Little Abrens Fred Bud Reign Mai1 John Gus Wald Gus Mrs William Rihn and Mrs Smith there home of Albert S Smith the well known and from Ninth ward a boy and then the happy father has been ept busy the his legion of friends The date for has not yet been set and suggest St day for ceremony TO the pleas t and cashier at the sstaurant on West street and married has moved to Blue Lidge Ga her husband having been J- I s- ry n n PrintingFAIR Kentucky Irish AmericanOFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET lIghtful Monday residence Bridget Hanraban Among present Condron Bridget Hanrahan Crowley Maggie Margaret Hyland Annab- Rihn Crowley Mayme Hyland Stucker- Patrolman OLeary walking happiness brighten whispered godfather celebration christening OLeary popular congratulate fellowpatrolmen- The reception Nonpareil Tuesday successfu society expected elderly spectators chaperones enjoyed evening beautiful congratulation achieved Rilling Tuesday afternoon gathering popular connected Jefferson reception ceremony through Ormsby prominent manufacturer shortly beautiful country Bellemayer Bardstown roadwhere raising endeared themselves excellent qualities wishing successful abundance Bellemayer enjoyable society reception entertained members unique Dancing midnight luncheon Mayme Schaeffer Gramig Schmidt Laidley Henrietta Gramig Knapper Dudley Maggie Jeffersonville Goenig Goenig Bentley Leatherman OConnor GrayPrankKnapper Shaughnessy Grogfcn Weilrid8a WELCOME VISITOR ARRIVES Wednesday evening arrivedat undertaker Councilman handsome receiving congratulations christening therefore Patricks interesting MOVES GEORGIA MrsZan Murphy formerly popular Manhattan Jefferson recently AtlantaIy3son 0000 WORK e + + + + t F+ + ee Sonei AL SMITH Proprietor marel Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice REnd TELEPHONE 810 o a+++ n I ItsI f a IHOME PHONE 88e 123JRn d DIRECTORAND b 838 EAST TIN STREET1 With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking businessof my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT t Y l n+ t ft Mt tf+ f t t s DflNIL JDOUGHERTY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMERt BOTH PHONES 2998 OCCASIONSnf 13thLs Night44MI ++ + t t t + u +I tH H H 1 H H I +H+I1111 HI H1HH+J E TRACY STRAUBrBOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB gFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Cerrleger Purntehed STREETShortI 1 t1IlIIIhI Hi +1H 1 +HHHSHH MM1 r H1n1 +I HH11+I 1 HI +++++++ THOMAS KEEN Funeral Director and ANfl i All Calls OarrJaaesjFurnished Both Phones 366 1225 MARKETIVV STREET iIII3IIItI33I tI 3 I 3 IMNl I + I I dihI II d I KATIE AGNES SMITH iFormerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 1JOHNB 1 RATTfRMAN Successor to Mrs George Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY 1 LORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirson Si Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed l C 0f 7rc YOUR TEETH 1NEED ATTENTION Have your work done by those who do the best work Teeth extracted without pain Prices reasonable Office hours 8 to 5 oclock Sundays 9 to 12 oclock DR NrJJ COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Building 551 FOURTH AVENUE DRI- NKfl6llrfl I 6- WhiSkU BOTTLED DY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jiffirten Slrael- TELEPHONE 4 u L r J lNTUCKY lRJSH RIOANfI HUBBUCHBROS 524 526 and 528 W Market Street You have always known this store for handling reliable fabrics in- SS e I Carpets and Rugs A right established by years of splendid service exceptional merchandise correctly priced More than ever now is the distinction rightly placed Our magnificent buildingpermitting greatly enlarged selling space superior light and improved facilitieshelps us to larger stocks and better assortments Your inspection of our offerings kindly solicited I s 1905Novombor A Election 1905 Ai HGHARLTON CarutJdate For STATE SENATOR 38th Senatorial DistrictBill 9th I0thllth and 12th Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party woS ovomber JSlootJlorx 1OOS THOMAS A SHELLEY Canc1Jc1ate For TAX RECEIVERSUBJE- CT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY PARTY 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 V CANDIDATE FOR Subject Action the Democratic Party 19O5 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 M CANDIDATE FOR Subject Action Democratic Party D 11 CANDIDATE FOR THE SENATORIAL DISTRICT COMPOSED TUB EIGHTH NINTH TENTH ELEVENTH TWELFTH WARDS Subject Action Party HENRY ft AIPi J I PPOLSU LSSII DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2635 528 Fifth Street OO TO Pioneer House POR- nSTRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG DOOR J DP iDAJNTT 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statlot t W H PIPES 347 FIFTH STREET Real Estate ND Loans Quick Money Real EstateAny Amounts Bring Your Deed Houses and Lots Bonghts and Sold Loans Negotiated BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AU POIMT3 INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland BuffaloNew I Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST information cheerfully furnished 8 City Ticket Office Big Route 9 Fonrth Ave orwrit 8J Gates Genl Agent Passenger Akt WeXy 0 P S RAYI- fL County Assessor JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC ALP OLDHA CLERK POLICE COURT to of SQUIRE JOHN ADAMS COUNTY ASSESSORto the of the RUSSELL SENATORFRO- M THIRTYEIGHTH OF to of Democratic Bottling AT on Its on jplkation at ear i U 2UtTTC7TULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee MME SCHUHANNHEINK In Loves Lottery HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Mar 12 TWO SHOWS pAILY BINNS BIN NS AND BINNS Europes Greatest Musical Comedians Mlle Capitaine physically perfect woman Barry Halvers late of Babes in Toyland Press Eldridge famous monologuist Marvelous Merrils comedy bicycle act Five Mowatt club jugglers The Biograph and other big acts BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MAR 12 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Bataidaj T W DIN- KINSUTOPIANS Attraction Extraordinary Burlesque company of highest class with big list of star performers Augmented I by handsomely costumed chorus Spring styles in hats Special style for boys for first communion and confirmation HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds ofpllesCurt guaranteed or mon yrefundedMall orders receive prompt attention If your druggist has sot got it order from Holly Bros 2S4 W Walnut 8t Louisville Ky to s 91 1 7 SPECIAL MEETING Division 4 Will Obligate Many New Members Tomorrow Afternoon Division 4 AO H held an interest ing meeting Wednesday night and received eight more candidates intoI membership An equal number of appli cations were referred to tbe Membership Committee Owing to the Lenten ser vices there was a marked falling off iiu the attendance and for the same reason many candidates did not present themselves for obligation To meet the emergency however President Ffennesse has called a special meeting for tomorrow afternoon at 230 oclock when It iIs expected that a class of at least fifty will present themselves Every member fis urged to be present and as many as possible should secure their banquet ticketsI from Secretary McGinn Andrew Curran and Thomas Lawler were granted transfer cards and will become members of Division 1 SpecieI notices were ordered sent out relative toI the Initiation and banquet on St Pat ricks day and Patrick T Sullivan made an able plea to the members to try and keep at the head of tbe Hibernian column in Jefferson county President Hennessey expressed the hope that Division 4 would turn out its full strength tomorrow morning at St Patricks church the annual communion day of tbe order SATOLLI COUNCIL Increases Its Membership and Arranges For Ball Team Owing to the fact of their having a dance on Monday night Satolli Council held its regular meeting last Sunday afternoon at which time Francis J Meagher and R B Higgins were obli gated The Pope membership team were again victorious bringing in the appli cations of Frank Sale Edward Thoben George R Kirwan David Welsh and Frank Goby while their competitors did not make a showing with a single appli cation It is probable that the contest will be continued until April 1 as no celebration could be had of course during Lent and both teams desire to bring in at least twentyfive members each A good deal of routine business was transacted Harry Colgan stating that he had received some copies of the new nit ual and the committee will now get to work to arrange for a large initiation in the near future The Joint Committee distributed invitations to the meeting t be held at Bertrand Hall and urged upon all members to make a showing creditable to the Council as it will be directly under the charge of Satollia officersArrangements are now in progress fo the formation ofa good base ball team to represent Satolh this summer and members desiring to join should consult Edward Pope and George M Eady PLEASING RESULTS Despite the inclemt weather Monday evening the dance given by Satolli Coun cil was one of the largest given in recent years Quite a number of old friends were present and all seemed to enjoy themselves thoroughly The Membership Committee were busy with possible candidates as well as trying to win bac old members and the result of their efforts will doubtless be seen before the membership contest closes This closed Satollis proLenten affairs but arrange ments are now being made for entertain ment on a different line to be conducted at the council rooms during the Lenten season No effort is being spared by President Crotty and the other officers to make their Council an attractive meeting place for young men GERMAN GOLDEN JUBILEE The golden jubilee of the German Ro man Catholic Central Society a national body of several hundred benevolent societies with a membership of over 50000 will be celebrated in Cincinnati Septem ber 1014 In connection therewith a Catholic day will also be held patterned after the famous ICatholikentage of Ger many Preparations therefor are already under way by a local committee of ar rangements assisted by auxiliary com mittees constituted over three hundred of the most prominent active Catholic men of Cincinnati and vicinity ARCHBISHOP A TYPESETTER Most Itev D F OReilly the Archbishop of Adelaide and Metropolitan of South Australia possesses an accom plishment unusual in an Archbishop He was tbe editor of a weekly paper be fore he became a prelate and his com positors went out on strike In thi emergency he took to the case himself and industriously acquired the art of typesetting He afterward called the strike a blessing in disguise as it saved him the trouble of writing any more lead ing articles Thenceforward he put them in type straight from his head FROM THE PAR WEST Mrs Margaret Maloney of 2075 Preston street entertained Tuesday evening In honor of her guests Mrs Tuley of California and her daughter Mrs Von Allen of St Louis Among the guests were Mesdames Tuley Van Allen I Hartnett Connanghton Pond Moore Simpson Brennan Sullivan and Sara and Agnes Maloney ANNUAL BANQUET The Friendly Eons of St Patrick will1 have their annual banquet at the Wels singerGaulbert on the eveuingbfMarc 17 Patrick H Callahan is President of the Friendly Sons who have been organ lied only a little OYer a year Toasts will be responded to by eloquent speak ers and the banquet will proved moat enjoyable phe c u I U SOCIETY DIRECTORY t AO SD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Bach Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1011 Bank street- Treasurer Thomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford SullivanyRecording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keirnn DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick T Welch Recording Secretary Jonn Morris Financial Secretary Pat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD T Coleman BegleySergeantntArtns Riley 4tMeets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Cbestnu- tAssllltantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 11 JEPFERSONYILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresldenRobert Vice President Michael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine Marshal Peter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford y Mb I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg hRghnessySecond MorganFinancialCorresponding SecretaryF Lanahan SteltenpohlMarshalJohn Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney 0First Vice President Joseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer GastrMarshalJacob Pfalzer Inside SentinelAug Kempf Outside Sentinel John C Fries SATOLLI COUNCIL 162 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave CrottyFirst William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nagh Financial Secretary Will P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryLouis B Baker Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey Treasurer B Perry kMarshalGeorges Zorn Inside SentinelEdward Aud Outside SentinelWilliam J OSulH van TO MEET IN HEAVEN la Memory of My Classmate Katie Ansbro Who Departed This Life March 5 1905 To meet in heaven I how sweet the thought When lifes short years are past No more to weep no more to part To meet in heaven at last To meet in heavenI 0 blessed thought All caret all sufferings oer Meet in the mansions of the blest And love forevermore To meet in heavem around the throne Of Him who died ito save Be this our hope our anxious care To meet beyond the grave A M S- iKNIGHTS r OFi COLUMBUS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Last Sunday there were initiations atI New Orleans and Little Rock Ark Memphis Council conferred three de thesmembership now 283 Pother John B Morris State Chaplain has ordered that all members in Tennes see go to holy communion tomorrow tbe first Sunday in Lent PerebfarquetteCouncil of Milwaukee will give an Irish programme for the members on St Patricks day Omaha Council initiated a class of about eighty members last Sunday Three degrees Were conferred and a ban quet in the evening closed the exercises The Knights of Titusville held a bazar for tbe benefit of tbe Sisters of Mercy of that city which continued fora week and closed with a grand ball Mondays night ORGANIZED f The bowlers of Louisville have gone earnestly to work to arrange for the 190 i tournament to be held In thL city Thursday night at an enthusiastic meet log at Hasgers the Louisville Bowling J Tournament Association was organized with Col Robert Drown of the Times ass I President The association will havetcapital of fSOOO any already 100 ofour I moat iafiuentelbnsinees and professions roen have become members 1 3 j a i THEY STILL LEAD Division 3 and Martin Shee han Appear Like Prize- Winners The greatest nights work ever done by any division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians here or elsewhere was recorded Monday night when Division 3 elected fortythree new members and received twentyeight additional applica tions making a total of about 150 since the membership contest was inaugurated at the beginning of the year And the end is not yet for a special meeting will be held tomorrow afternoon for the pur pose of receiving reports and balloting for more members This places Division 3 and MartinSheehan in first place for the 50 in gold and the gold watch but there yet remains time for a surprise III Division 1 has until next Tuesday night to be heard from The new members were addressed by President P J Welsh National Director Butler and others and were instructed as to the initiation next Friday night- Secretary Morris has sent postals to the members and they should notify him not later than Monday whether or not they will attend the banquet National Director Butler imparted some pleasing information and read interesting letters from National Secretary Carroll and others The meeting was an enthus lactic one and makes evident the great deeds a few earnest men can perform Before adjourning the members were urged to meet at St Patricks church at the 630 oclock mass tomorrow morning and receive holy communion MENELIKS VISIT Abyssinian Emperor to Call on European Potentates arid the Pope That Menelik the Abyssinian Em peror is soon to take a trip to Europe is the information sent out by a Swiss engineer employed by the Abyssinian Government in a letter to his family in Zurich According to the letter the Em peror Intends to visit London Paris and Rome and the journey is to be made within a few months His advent is arousing deep interest in these capitals for he is more than a barbarian and his little country has shown itself great in war as the Italians know to their cost Not only this but Europe realizes that Abyssinia is a valuable customer and can be made much more so Menelik traces his descent in a direct line to King Solo mon and the Queen of Sheba CONVERTS LEAGUE One of the interesting associations of New York City is the Converts League of prominent Catholics new to the faith and banded together to the number of 576 for mutual comfort and profit in the trying times that usually follow the breaking away from life long customs into a new way blocked by prejudice and made thorny by bitterness They hold frequent meetings iu the Catholic Club literary social and business and get up benefits for the needs that present themselves taking in hand their own material advancement in the new way The great body Catholic might hold forth a mucji more cordial hand to its much tried new members POSTPONED The lecture that was to have been deg livered before the members of Trinity Council on Monday night by one of our prominent local priests was postponed on account of the very bad weather A more suitable date will be chosen and the members notified Only a small amount of routine business was trans acted The matter of the anniversary banquet is still pending but as the day falls within the Lenten season it is more than probable this annual celebration will be omitted this year- APPALLING The death rate this week has been appalling the grim reaper claiming many of our most worthy citizens Among the deaths that brought sorrow to many homes were Mrs Catherine Brady Mrs Bridget Hussey Mrs Anna Rogers OBryan Joseph F Perrin little John Edward Thorp Katberine Viessman Mrs Mary G Smith Christopher Ban non William Potter Tillie Denker Joseph Lebmann and Mrs Barbara Weast May their souls rest ln peace INVITES HIS FRIENDS George Cole has purchased the fancy grocery and cafe at Fifteenth and Green streets which has been refurnished and etocked with a choice line of goods Next Tuesday he will have a formal opening and reception to which all his friends are invited George is a genial and wholesouled fellow and his legion of friends predict success for him in his new location HABIT OF SAVING The necessity of paying a certain amount of money at regular intervals is not a hardship but a practice sure to inculcate thrift Human nature seems to be so constituted that it is even harder to retain money than it is to earn itat- ask of itself calling for all the skill a man can exerciseso that everything that has atendency to form the habit of savingeven though thatt influence be small is deserving of encouragement for that alone I GINGER SPONGE CAKE cupful of molasses one cupful of 0butter two cupfuls of sugar four eggs three cupfuls of flour one cupful of milk one teaspopnfnlof soda and one heaping teaspoonful of ginger Warts will disappear entirely if they are rubbed two or three times a day with oil rlofcinnamonThlsglvesnopalnwbatlever try it PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TEXEPHON 1L3SD Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts FRflNK fHIR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE 8- YDRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Lac ACKERJHAN BRE ING CO ANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4ti2XOUx vxXXa KZ ASK FOR aDIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTBLBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN s FRANK or WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY You will find our wall plaster to be the pleasing enduring quality It is good not only one dry but every day It makes friends and keeps them because it is excellent in every respect Why not give it a chance to make a friend of you One trial will do the trick Kentucky Wall Plaster Co 1 Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555 MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 WJefferson Street OTTO E VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Cumb n3o PETER M ANDRIOT 8 8SONS WIGON MANUFACTURERS CrrlleRepalfliiane BbkhrTIns 215217 WESTOREEN ST b WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOfONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 vV GREEN ST HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street SOMETHING NEW r Variable Tours to Florida Via Soutnern RaiIgAn- d Queen Crescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter tourist tickets good going via Asheville 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Culled From Exchanges The Lord Mayor of Dublin was accorded an enthusiastic reception on the occasion of his visit to Sligo At the meeting of the Rathdown Board of Guardians the salaries of Dr Arm strong and Dr Boyce were increased by 1100 each Two men named John Cleary fath and son and a third named John Tle ney were drowned in Lough Derg at Domineer They belonged to TipperaryThe teachers of Belfast and district have protested against the action of the Belfast Teachers Association tin failing to elect Philip Ward as a delegate to the Sligo congress of the noton 1 teachersIn case of the Burrowes estates County Derry Judge Ross approved of a sale to the tenants of their holdings for 116500 it being stated that the Land1 Commission only thought the holdings value for 13000 In Justice Ross court it was announced that arrangements had been made with the tenants of the Heatly estate Lou h Dan In the County Wicklow for the sale to the tenants of their holdings under the recent land act citizensIfor the purpose of inaugurating the city contribution to the Irish Parliamentary fund It was announced that over 500 had been received at the meeting IHis Grace the Archbishop of Tuam has fund s r t Count Moores bailiff seized five hea of cattle on the lands of Jeremiah Gro gall at Bansha for one years rent The landlord refused eight and onehalf years purchase of second term rents and thence left for New Zealand It is recalled that his predecessor and himself were advo cates of conciliation- A special meeting of the North Galway Executive ot the United Irish League was held in Tuam recently Thomas Higgins was elected representative on the National Directory and Patrick Timo thy and C J Kennedy were elected Father Eagleton took part in the meet ing as also did Conor OKelly M P A most affecting scene was witnesse- at the Youghal workhouse on the de parture of the Sisters of Mercy who have been in charge of the workhouse hospital for the past twentyfive years The scene was so effecting that it brought tears toI the eyes of almost every one present th good Sisters themselves being also visibl affectedA meeting of the Central Execu tive of the Catholic Association of Belfast was held in St Marys Hall for the pur pose of supporting the Irish Parliament ary fund A letter was read from the Most Rev Dr Henry inclosing a check for 50 A resolution starting a fund was unanimously adopted and a large sum was subscribed A conference of the clergy the dele gates to the Divisional Executive of th e United Irish League and the members of public boards in the County Carlow was held recently in the Town Hall at Car low It was resolved to organize branches of the league and make collections for the Irish party fund in the various parishes to put farward United IrisJlI league candidates iu the coming trien nial elections to hold a county demonstration in Carlow town about Easter and- osupport the national exhibition On Tuesday amid scenes of great ex citement the cattle of Mrs Anne Burke of Moystown Shannon Bridge and ofC Patrick Gunning Shannon Bridge wereII I paymeat I issued about this time a jear ago by Lord Asbbrook against his tenants but ao itIwas expected that tits lands would be 1 ifwsaC I1driH N gotlatloas were actually U tI II a Covert Coats for ladies quality of goods is very fine shade is the most popular made after the newest stitchingleg 8outSILK and is and Shirt Waist Suits made of splendid wearing change able or striped taffeta either of these effects will show most prominently this season back grounds of patterns 8trimmedIvery price BACON SONSII DOES Cathoi entered upon last November between t late agent Mr Brownrigg and the to ants with a view of arranging terms Meanwhile some of the tenants against whom writs had been obtained had paid and others got the time extended Recently at the courthouse at Nans3 John OConnor London formerly memo ber for one of the divisions of Tippers was nominated dnd returned unopposed for North Kildare in succession to t late Edmund Leamy OConnor hands in eight nomination papers among lho nominating him being the Right Rev Monsignor Tynan Newbridge and the Very Rev Father Morrin as well as rep partsroff including Colbridge Newbridge Kilcock and Maynooth tiIt is next to impossible except for those who have been upon the spot to realize in a remote sense the degree of poverty and misery prevalent in Mayo this season The state of things is not confined to a particular area or section of elthe county but is to be met with every where in a most acute form outside the towns It is difficult to say where the condition of the people reaches the worst stage A series of calamities have overtaken the Connaught people and fo j those in the more poverty stricken area rs nothing short of actual famine confronts them Written for the Kentucky Irish American I CUPID VICTOR Last night as I strolled in the garden By the light of the glorious moon I plucked a red rose which was sleeping And dreaming no doubt of fair June And lot and behold in the chamber Of the delicate velvety rose Lay a laughler wise goldenhaired cupid There smiling in peaceful repose In triumph I bore the fair captive To my study to drown him withwine I plunged him then deep in the goblet Brimming oer with the blood of tit vine Then quickly I quaffed the ambrosia souldJ t am vanquished I can not my anguish control HARRY B TiBRNBy HOPKINS THEATER Another round of pleasure will be handed out to vaudevillians next week a the Hopkins Theater according to in formation advanced by the management There will be the usual matinee each day and it is promised the bill will have the same high class features that have characterized recent attractions The programme contains Instructive as well1 as amusing turns and the ever popular sedt of moving pictures MACAULEYS Mme SchumannHeink in the new opera Loves Lottery comes to Ma i weekebenytt things musically that has been heard in a long time and will be admirably sung by a more than usually capable company There is just enough comedy ofeis as charming as it is musically BUCKINOHAM The management of the Buckingham nexetp tional diversity The Utopians have been seen here before and are conceded to rank at the top among the wheel shows The burlesques to be presented are permeated with refreshing and tune ful numbers and the chorus singing and dancing are very clever An uptodate olio will introduce a number of talented variety performersMASONIC Mason and Mason in their new must cal comedy Fritz and Snitz I under the direction of Messrs Broadhurst and Cur rie will be seen at the Masonic Theater next week Pew musical comedies have made a better impression than Fritz andSnltzu Its one continuous laugh dotted with the brighteet and most tune ful musical gems froutclotblngwBlI1wtth Hot w uc would oaly set thumarks U Il- J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes ryThere yet remains ample time in applicationsbeNashua Hibernians will celebrate sethe feast of St Patrick with a banquet The degree team will meet at the Temple tomorrow afternoon for their final rehearsal Every member who can possibly do so should procure his banquet ticket before next Tuesday Hon James P Bree formerly National Secretary has been reappointed State Auditor of Connecticut Members of Divisions 3 and 4 are urged not to forget the special meetings tomorrow afternoon and night What a pleasant surprise it would be if Editor Haltigan of the National Hiber titan were to be with us on St Patricks day Division 1 meets Tuesday night when rit is hoped those members to whom applications have been referred will come prepared to report The Hon T J Doyle of Lincoln will be the speaker at the Omaha celebration of St Patricks day The Hibernians will hardly be able to supply the demand for tickets The Ancient Order of Hibernians is the oldest and strongest organization of its glass It was founded for the protec tion of the priesthood and continues that mission today At the annual meeting of the Hiber titan Building Association of Nashua N Ht a dividend of 3 per cent was declared The divisions of that city own a Catholicesocieties meet- Milwaukee Hibernians have completed arrangements for a proper observance of St Patricks day They will hold a meet ing in Lincoln Hall the feature of which will be the address of Prof Monaghan of WashingtonEvery should endeavor to be at the Scottish Rite Cathedral not later than 730 oclock next Friday night- t They will thus greatly assist in the im portant work that is to be done and also avoid annoying delay Judge ONeil Ryan the famous Missouri jurist and orator will be the speaker of the day at the Hibernian St Patricks day banquet to be held in De troit one the eve of March 17 for which 1000 tickets have been issued- t Dunkirk Hibernians will confine their celebration of St Patricks day to members of the order A musical and literary programme will be given and an oyster supper served Rather than ill 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