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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n f KENTUCKYIRISI AMERIcAN VOLUME XIVNO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 201905 PRICE FIVE CENTS I GLORIOUS Was the Celebration of St Pat ricks Day In fclty of Louisville Ceremonies Instructive Patrl otic and BellRlouB Bell yond Expectation Hibernians Have Biggest Initia tion Ever Witnessed In This Section ELOQUENCE AND WIT AT BAHQUET Nowhere in these United States was there a more InstructIve patriotic and religious celebration of St Patricks day than here in Louisville The day GEORGE J BUTLER Toastmaster at the Big Hibernian Banquet t dawned clear and bright the sun shedding 1 its warm and effulgent rays and making everyone happy The streets presented an animated appearance at anf early hour nearly every breast bearing the beloved shamrock of Ireland or apiece of green ribbon showing that in this city there Isa profound respect for the sons ann daughters of the Emerald lisle During the morning hours large con gregations assembled at the Cathedral St Louis Bertrands the Sacred Heart Church of the Blessed Sacrament St Briglds Holy Name St Cecilias Church of Our Lady Holy Cross St Michaels St Charles and St Williams churches to assist at the holy sacrifice offered in honor of Erins patron saint and her faithful people But it was at St Pat ricks church that the most brilliant ser vice took place As early as 9 oclock people began to arrive from all quarters of the city and long before the beginning of the solemn high mass standing room was at a premium and late arrivals were unable to gain admission to the churchThe preparations for the festival of the patron saint of St Patricks were elab orate and perfect in every detail Visiting clergy assembled at the rectory and promptly at 10 oclock the magnificent procession headed by acolytes and a large number of altar boys proceeded down the main aisle and entered tho sanctuary which was banked with palms ferns and cut flowers The three altars were ablaze with myriads of lights and as the thirtyone priests ascended the altar steps the organ and splendid choir pealed forth a joyous anthem Very Rev Vicar General Cronin rector of St Patricks was the celebrant of the mass Rev Patrick Walsh of the Sacred Heart church being the deacon and Rev Father OSullivan of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament acting as subdeacon After the gospel the Rev Father Thomas J Hayes of Bowling Green ascended thei pulpit and preached one of the most elo ifjuent and scholarly sermons ever heardI on a similar occasion Father HayesI dwelt most on the life of St Patrick and the loyalty of the Irish people to theI faith he planted in Erins green isle That same faith he said would prevailI to the end of time and he urged the sons and daughters of St Patrick andI their descendanes to so live as to preserve the lustre they had shed upon themselves ifor fifteen centuries and set an example for all other Christian nations Seats had been reserved for the visiting National officers of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians who were accompanied by the Kentucky State and County Board offi cers of this city After the mass and H the clergy and visitors were leaving the church the organist played national airs and hymns of Ireland The musical pro gramme was splendid one and was excel lently rendered After the church services National Secretary James Carroll and President ONeill of Columbus and President OBrien of Urbana Ohio who were guests of honor were taken by National Director George Butler John Mulloy and William M Biggins to dinner after which they entered carriages aad visited points of Interest In the city and viewed the larger of our Catholic educational and charitable institutions At night the great initiation adbano qtwtj for which theHib ritH had been o prep riII since the first of the yearn n took place and It is gratifying to the Kentucky Irish American to be able to say that not one word of ditappointmen was heard The auditorium of the Scottish Rite Cathedral had been taste fully decorated with the emblems of the order and the United States and Irish flags intertwined Owing to the fact that all could not be seated at the banquet some members attended other celebrations but notwithstanding this there was a splendid gathering many being seated in the balcony The toa Secretaries weft kept busy receiving fees and issuing cards and it was therefore 830 oclock when the small army of new candidates and the guard of honor headed by Capt Joe McGinn and Lieut Tom Fitzgibbon entered the hall to receive the degrees and became members of the grandest and strongest Irish Catholic organization the world has ever known As the new members continued to enter the surprise increased and when they came to a standstill and itwas observed that the hall was filled to its utmost capacity there was an outburst of applause that nothing could restrain Forming in platoons the hundreds of candidates were presented to Oracle Dave Reilly Bard James Barry and Patrician Patrick T Sullivan who in turn conferred the degrees in most impressive and instructive manner and the lesson was one that not a single can didate will ever forget During the entry the odes of the order and songs of Ire land were sweetly rendered under the direction of D J Cqleman and Tom Keenan Jr and added much to the work of the evening The work of the entire degree team was perfect and showed careful study and training It was the largest initiation ever witnessed- In this section of the country as well as the most successful and abounded in the spirit of friendship and unity Just as the last words of Patrician Sullivan were uttered the electric sunburst of Ireland illumined the room with pleasing effect While the hundreds were lined up and just before starting for the banquet hall Patrician Sullivan called to the stage the National State and County officers after which James Barry President of Division 1 stepped forward and in a happy ad dress in which he said Division 1 was the mother of State Presidents notable among them James Rogers Martin Cu sick and Thomas Keenan presented the latter with a handsome and costly cut glass water set of twentyfour pieces as a token of appreciation from his division the good work he has performed as Division County and State President The surprise was complete to nearly all present and so overcome was State President Keenan that when hejarosejo acknowledge the tesiimomalrTiTconlS not utter a word His feelings were ap parent to all and spoke more than the most eloquent speech he ever delivered Next followed adjournment to the ban quet roomwhere some few over 300 menI representing the professions mercantile and mechanical pursuits were seated atI the tables that extended the full length of the hall These were illuminated with lights of delicate tint and presented a most cheerful sight An orchestra dis coursed Irish and American airs while justice was done the splendid menu in keeping with the day and season and admirably served by Klein The ban quet was served in courses and it was midnight when the coffee and cigars were reached National Director George Butler act- Ing as toastmaster with his face wreathed in smiles after a short but felicitous ad dress in which he welcomed those who had that evening become members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians introduced National Secretary James Carroll whose response to the toast Our Order was indeed a genuine surprise A speaker of the highest order his address abounded in much from the ever ancient story that is ever new He related the work and mission of the Hibernians during past centuries and closed with a tribute to Kentucky Irishmen and women that evoked round after round of applause The other toasts were responded to by Newton G Rogers Judge Matt ODoherty and Thomas Walsh the attor ney All were of an instructive patriotic and religious tone and were greatly enjoyed by all who heard them Late as was the hour and with a hard days work before many scarcely one man left until alter the benediction and singing of America which brought to a close the most notable observance of St Patricks day in America The three last named speakers held the closest attention the reference of Newton G Rogers to the JudgeIof Henry Clay that Kentucky was the Ireland of America causing vociferous applause Tom Walsh at times had the assemblage convulsed with laughter and again1 in a serious mood Before the adjournment the Kentucky Irish American asked Secretary Carroll and his colleagues how they werei impressed with the work of the day and evening and in reply the former gavei expression to the following which wasI heartily indorsed by Messrs ONeill andl OBrienPermit me through the columns of the Kentucky Irish American to express my appreciation of the many courtesies ex tended by the members of our organization tome as National Secretary on the occasion of their glorious celebration on the 17th ins There are times when rvoiceor pen are but poor vehicle to con veythe feelings of the heart This is one of them in my life I have oft heard of Southern hospitality and chivalry but never experienced its invigorating bettering effects until Patrick day of 1905 The kindly feeling Mgradered in the minds erf those wire partake of hospitality will long linger in the hearts of us Northerners Kentucky can surety be called the Ireland beyond the seas Her grass is green her sons are brave am her hospitality reminds one of that noble trait in our motherland But it is the great accession to our ranks that will linger most in our memories The splendid class of candidate who took our obligation pledging fealty to the principles of our noble order was one that reflected credit on the worken of the four divisions The work of thi degree team was up to the standard Nothing impressed us so favorably as the caliber of the new members all young dignified respectable men We will feel confident that so long as the Butlers and Mnlloys the Keenan and Cnsicks the Sheehan and Quinns Sulllvans and Barrya Hennesseys and Fords and many others are in the field that Louisville will be one of the strongest Hibernian centers in all the land- I am grateful to the Kentucky Irish American for its strenuous advocacy of Hibernianism A wave oi enthusiasm has gone throughout the country as the result of the big doings in Louisville and we will venture the assertion that the work of the 17th inst in Kentucky will be more instrumental than anything else in realizing that ardent hope of every loyal Irish heart to see the Irish Americans united in one solid phalanx iu the cause of God and country God bless old Kentucky 0 BADGE FOR KELLY Handsome Testimonial for the Father of Free Turn pikes One of the numerous happy incidents that occurred St Patricks day was the presentation of a handsome gold badge to John P Kely who will go down in his tory as the Father of free turnpikes in Jefferson county Friday evening a committee decorated with green rib bons and badges called upon Mr Kelly and invited him to accompany them to what he supposed was an Irish gathering in the vicinity of St Helens church on the Eighteenthstreet road Full of Irish enthusiasm and ever ready to celebrate in honor of Erins patron salnthe allowed himself to be taken to the home of Ben Wessels where were assembled all the Irishmen GermansAmericans and others of that portion of the county After aIhearty greeting the goodnatured littleI Irishman was for once taken off hisI guard by his friends who had ga heredI to do him houo for theservices he had rendered Them in years goneTheha- ndsome badge was pinned on his i manly bosom after which followed aInumber of congratulatory speeches InI which was reviewed the difficulties over come to free the turnpikes and the long and tedious fight made through theI courts Mr Kelly well deserved theI recognition accorded him and he willI wear the badge with pride and honor MACKIN COUNCIL Will Arrange For Exemplifi cation of New Ritual at Big Initiation It having been reported that copies of the new ritual adopted by the Supreme Council of the Young Mens Institnte at Colorado Springs had reached this city Mackin Council has begun preparations for it exemplification and the initiation of the large class of candidates who are awaiting the degrees Tuesday Jnlght a special committee consisting of Messrs Lautz Raldy and Sands was appointed to take charge of the arrangements and report as soon as possible Thegymnaslum is proving quite popu lar the classes being larger than Prof Keiffer had expected Short but happy talks were made and a number of names of young men eligible to membership were presented They will be looked after in the hope of securing their appli cations A letter of sympathy was sent John McQneae whose slsterjjdied the week previous No reports were made concerning the annual outings but the directory will soon be ready Ifor distribu tion 00VISITORS FROM IRELAND f4 Edward Joyce who has been spending several months visiting friends and rela tives in Ireland arrived in the city Thursday morning accompanied by his sister Miss Katie Joyce and Miss Annie Walsh of the County Galway They bad a pleasant trip across the ocean dud arrived in Louisville in the best of health Miss Walsh is at present the guest of Mr and Mrs Roger Nohalty Twenty first and Portland avenue and Miss Joyce is with relatives on West Main street Both are splendid specimens of Irish womanhood bright witty and attractive and they will be popular as long as they remain in Louisville 4 PETER MORBACH DEAD It is with feelings of extreme regret that the news of the death at Indianap olis on St Patricks day of Peter Mor bath the aged father of Prof Edward Morbach was received in this city The deceased had frequently visited here and was well known to many Louisville pee pIe He was for years a prominent mem ber of St Mary church in Indianap oils where the funeral services were held Monday morning Prof and lore Mor back left for Indianapolis aa soon as the attendlmgerrdaf I 1 I ROOSEVELT Pays Tribute to Celtic Race in Notable Address on St Patricks Day ii kMont of FlIelIYsons of StI iuot- lu Delmo lcotIIIi L Urges the Study of Celtic Liter ature in American Universities J THE IRISH A MASTERFUL RACBn Jg1 ilPresident Rooaeveltdeltvered a notable address on St Patricks day in New York City where heWas the guest of the Friendly Sons of StPatrick It is esti mated that more thai 00000 people took part iu the great parade on St Patricks day in the metropolis The banquet was held at Delmonicos Immediately back of and above the seat of the President were the Gaelic words Caed mllle fail the in letters of fire signifying a hundred thousand welcomes To the right andjleft of the guests table were fine medallions of Washing ton and Roosevelt illuminated by unique electrical effectsff The President was introduced by Judge Fitzgerald and in response said Long before the outbreak of the revo lution there had begun on the soil of the colonies which afterward became the United States that mixture of races which has been and still is one of the most important features In our history as a people At the time early In the eighteenth century when the Immigrants from Ireland began first to come In numbers to this country the race ele meats in our population were still Imperfectly fused and for some time the new Irish strain was clearly distinguishable from the others There was a peculiarity about these immigrants who came from Ireland to the colonies during the eighteenth century which has never been paralleled in the case bf any other immi grants whatever In all other cases since the very first settlements the push- Ing westward of the frontiers has been- iuepiimarilytothe EKHof native birth But the immigrants from Ireland in the seventeenth century pushed boldly hrough the settled districts and planted hemselves as the advance squad of the onquering civilization on the borders of the Indianhunted wilderness In Maine and Northern New Hampshire in Western Pennsylvania Virginia and North Carolina alike this was true By the time the revolution broke out these men had begun to mix with their fellows of otherstocks and theyfurnished heir full share of leadership in the great of struggle which made us a nation Among heir number was Commodore John larry one of three or four officers to whom our infant navy owed most On and they furnished Generals like Montgomery who fell so gloriously at Quebec and Sullivan the conqueror of the Iroquois who came of a New Hampshire sally which furnished Governors to hree New England States while the continental troops of the hardest fighters among Washingtons Generals Mad Anthony Wayne were recruited so argely from this stock that Light Horse Harry Lee always referred to them as the line of Ireland Nor must we forget that of this same tok there was a boy during the days of the revolution who afterward became the chief American General of his time and as President one of the public men who eft his impress most deeply upon our nation old Andrew Jackson the victor of New Orleans In the second great crisis of our ouutrys historythe period of the civil warthe part played by the men of Irish birth or parentage was no less striking than it bad been in the revolution Among the three or four great Generals who led the Northern army in the war stood Phil Sheridan Some of those whom I am now ad dressing served in that immortal brigade which on the fatal day of Fredericksbnrg left its dead closest to the stone wall which marked the limit that could not e overpassed even by the highest human 1 ralor r 4 The people who have come to this I country from Ireland have contributed to he stock of our common citzenship qualities which are essential to the welfare of our great nation They are a masterful race of rugged charactera race the qualities of whose womanhood have be come proverbial while its men have the elemental the indispensable virtues of working hard in time of peace and fighting hard in time of war In every walk of life men of this blood have stood and now stand preeminent as statesmen and as soldiers on the bench at the bar and In business They are doing their full share toward the artistic and literary development of the country And right here let me make a special plea to you We Americans take a just pride in the development our great universities andmore and more we are seeking to provide for original and creative work in these universities I hope that an earnest effort will be wade to endow chairs in American universities for the study of Celtic literature and for research in Celtic antiqiM4t Itllomyof recent years i I f that the extraordinary wealth and beauty of the old Celtic sagas have been fully appreciated and we of America who have so large a Celtic strain in our blood can not afford to be behindhand in the work of adding to modern scholarship bj bringing within its ken the great Celtic literature of the past My fellowcountrymen I have spoken especially of what has been done for this nation of ours by its sons of Irish blood But after all in speaking to you or any other body of my fellowcitizens no mat ter from what old world country they themselves or their forefathers may have come the great thing to remember is that we are all of us Americans Let us keep our pride in the stocks from which we have sprnng but let us show that pride not by holding aloof one from an other least of all br preserving the old world jealousies and bltternessess but by joining in a spirit of generous rivalry to see which can do most for onr great com mon country Americanism is not a matter of creed I or birthplace or descent That man is the best American who has in him the American spirit the American soul Such a man fears not the strong and barms not the weak He scorns what is base or cruet or dishonest He looks beyond the accidents of occupation or social condition and hails each of hisII fellow citizens as his brotherasking nothing save that each shall treat the other on his worth as a man and thatJJ they shall join together to do all that InII them lies for the uplifting of this mighty c and vigorous people In our veins runsI the blood of many an old world nation We are kin to each of those nations and yet identical with none Our policy should be one of cordial friendship for all and yet we should keep before onr J eyes the fact that we ourselves are a separate people with our own Iideals and standards and destined whether for betII ter or for worse to work out a wholly new national type The fate of the twentieth century will in no small dett gree depend upon the quality of citizen ship developed on this continent Surely such a thought must thrill us with the resolute purpose so to bear ourselves that the name American shall stand as the symbol of just generous and fearless dealing with all men and all nationsI I Let us be true to ourselves for we then can not be false to any ma- nSHAMROCKS I I From Ireland In betters and- FackagesIn j GreatII V Numbers H J I The steamships arriving from Irish ports at New York during the week just preceding St Patricks day brought many thousands of shamrocks The little tre foils came in letters and packages andII were destined for many parts of the country They were nearly all delivered before St Patricks day to the enjoy ment of which they greatly added Much poetry is linked with the shamrock and well known verses were written on many the packages the first noticed being St Patricks day is here again And a dear good saint was he May his blessing fall on one and all At home and oer the sea On another was the following I send you this shamrock Just free from the sod With a greeting from home And a blessing from God II Many of the envelopes had become opened from the moisture of sod sprig but very very few of the missives had to go to the dead letter office special atten tion having been paid to the reclosing and distributing of them and the making plain of blurred addresses which the moisture had made somewhat indistinct o GOOD SHEPHERD NUNS First Established Inboulstt ville Doing Good Work In the West J The Sisters of the Order of the Good Shepherd were first introduced into America in the diocese of Louisville over half a century ago Since then they have gradually spread throughout the country The last house of the order to be opened was at Los Angeles Cal Citizens of all creeds praise the work of the Sisters says the Los Angeles Express of a recent date Judge Curtis Wilbur of the juvenile courthas only praise to speak of the Good Shepherd Commenting on its mission today he saidAll the girls who have recently come before us to be placed by the court have been sent to this place and I can say that I believe its methods for reclaiming the wayward are superior toj those of any other similar hdme in Loa =Angeles I should like to see it succeeded can not praise it too much Most of those we have sent to this home must have gone to Whittier if the Good Shepherd bad not been open to them and I deemjit for tunate that such a place is provided In most of such institutions girls are kept as inmates only through thelrjown con sent but with this the conditions are different Young women whoare found incorrigible may be committed by the court or by their parents andjthey must remain until released by thesame au thorltyI have not known ofja girl who has escaped from the home and this can not be said of any of the otherjrescuc in stitutions The Sisters keep ajclose watch on the inmate but so far asmy observa tion hoe gone it lead me tojbelieve that they bold the girls by kindeee and sot t y by harsh means It should not be under stood that all those taken into the home are incorrigible for this is not true Many who simply need the restraint that they do not get at home are placed there- In order that they may be out of tempta tions way and under guidance of the Sisters until their characters are devel oped I have in mind one girl who was sent there simply because there was no other place for her to go and she re ceived the best of care Judge Wilbur is a strong Protestant and his testimony for the Good Shepherd is typical of a general sentiment that is gaining ground as a result of the practi cal broadminded basis on which the home is conducted Probably twothirds of the women received there have been nonCatholics but the Sisters have de voted themselves with the utmost impar tiality to all seeking to reclaim such as would turn to lives of morality 0 WANTS NEW HOME UnIty Council Mfeet and Maps Out Work For All Members Tuesday night the members of Unity Council Y M I of New Albany turned out in large numbers in response to the special notices sent out by Sscretary Martel and the meeting proved the most interesting as well as important held during recent years After receiving the application of Dennis Bochard and acting- on sick claims and commuuicatlonsPresi dent HInkebein announced the important business of the eveningthe purchase of ground and the erection of a club house to be the home of Unity Council and its 250 members Only one sentiment pre vailed and that was not to long delay action The talks were eloquent and businesslike and resulted In the appoint ment of a committee of twelve members to whom the entire matter was referred The committee arranging for the an nual reception and ball announced that April 27 and Music Hall had been se lected as the time and place for this always pleasant event which will be followed by the council picnic at Sugar Grove on June 12 Messrs Matt Roth Con McBarron and William Conliff were appointed a special committee to organize a ball team that will contest for the Y M I champion ship in Indiana and Kentucky The members were pained to hear of the illness of Messrs Louis Schmitt Her man Gohmann and William Conliff Unity has got down to work in earnest wd the members seem determined to have their new home before fall PLENTY OF WORK Coming Year Promises to Be Prosperous For Everybody In Louisville When the workingman is busy then the merchant the banker and businessmen generally are prosperous Louisville will build at least fifteen miles of new streets this year giving employment to i00 or more men On yesterday the luilcHng Inspector said in an official eport that the outlook for building was lever better in any year than in the spring of 1905 Building Inspector Til ord says that more plans were submitted to him during the past sixty days for new buildings than for a year past New business blocks are going up in the central part of the city and on the outskirts mmerous factories are under contempla ion The coming spring and summer prom ses to be the most active one for years in the building trades Of course his will make business good for mer pants It is possible that the city may be able to begin work on the big outfall sewer which is to drain South Louisville and arkltnd and which will cost J1500000 In any event the indications are that allI who wish employment in this city for the next nine months can get it for the ask- Ing o DACK PROM EAST James J Fitzgerald candidate for County Judge returned the first of the week from New Haven Conn his oldI home where he delivered a great speech at the Robert Emmet celebratioh MrI itzgeralda reputation as a lawyer had preceded him to his boyhood home and he was greeted bya monster audience The Eastern papers pronounce his address the most eloquent and scholarly heard in Connecticut for many years o FATHER DRURY Rev Father Edward Drury the noted Kentucky missionary priestpreached an eloquent sermon at St Cecilias church last Wednesday night Lenten devotions are held at St Cecilias every Wednesday and Friday night and duringjthe rest of the season Father Druryjwllljpreach the sermon on the first namedjnight He is a powerful speaker and doubtless the simple announcement will attract large crowds to hear him INTO THE RACE Each day brings forth its young men with political aspirations The two latest entries are Theo Weber and John Winn who have joined with Squire John Adams and will become deputies in the event of his election Weber isiioia the West End and Winn from Limerick Doth are popular and have manyfriends who will engage lIn the contest ontkelraccoantri E r f ROBERT WYNNE Head of Postofflco Department- of Irish Descent and a r Catholic First Washington Newspaper- Man Y to Roach Such high 5Office Prominent in the Leading Pat- rIotic and Other Frater nal Societies 1 HAPPY FATHER OF TEN CHILDREN No one who has captured high office at Washington has ever been greetedwith so warm a welcome as our new Post master General Hon Robert JJ ROBERT J WYNNE His appointment to a Cabinet position gaev universal satisfaction Wynne writes MissKathleen Don Leavy That genuine merit won the high esteem of our Government there can be no question as His Excellency the Pres ident Is proverbial for his appreciation of true worth and his appointments are always rewards of merit For days after the announcement of his promotion Itjt egrams and letters of congratulati poured in by the hundreds and J Wynne was kept busy receiving c from his friends Postmaster General Wynne is of Iris descent and is a practical Catholic con sequently reflects credit on Ireland and is an honor to the church he loves so well The Irish and all Catholics as well as writers to which profession he belongs should individually feel a per sonal pride in him He is not a politi cian simply a journalist His entire life from early manhood had been devoted to newspaper work and he stepped into the position of First Assist ant Postmaster General from a newspaper office his only public service being as private Secretary to the Secretary of the Treasury during the Harrison adminis tration He had been a correspondent of long service and highest standing in Washington for many years He served with Gen H V Boynton of the old Cincinnati Gazette andwas a correspondent of the New York Press He is an acknowledged authority On tariff financial and economic questions When Hon Charles Foster of Ohio became Secretary of the Treasury he made Mr Wynne his private SecretanJ on account of his broad acquaintan with public men and his knowledge of public affairs After Mr Fosters retire ment Mr Wynne returned to his profession t He was appointed First Assist ant Postmaster General in 1902 His phenomenal rise is all the more singular because he has been a resident of the District of Columbia for twentyfive years a circumstance that robbed him of the possibility of acquiring political credentials such as are recognized by men j in public life He has been the President of the famous organization of newspaper writers the Gridiron Club Is a member of the Army and Navy Club and a mem ber of the Order of the Loyal Legion also the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Knights of Columbus He is the first Washington newspaper correspond ent who has ever achieved the distinc tion of occupying a seat in the Pres idents Cabinet although not the first newspaper man so honored Mr Wynne married Miss Mary Mc Cabe daughter of Owen McCabe of Watertown Wis and is the father of ten children seven of whom are living nfl great love for music won his bride an accomplished musician Personally the Postmaster General Iit quite handsomesomething to see si well as hear vigorous and athletic look ing a good conversationalist and ven witty while simple and democratic in manner he is highly cultured with ele gance of taste dignified and courteous He is ever on the alert for talent which he loves to encourage apd his manly cleverness is always in evidence- S 0 REPORTED MISSING Jams A Murphy thirteen years old living at 1801 Twentyseventh trace left his home Mondayjmornlng aad ha not since been heard from His parents are H great distress over his dU pp nilcei l rs- t p t- w QNTUCKY IRISH AJfl3RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH HMERIGflN i 11IIIININIWII1111111 sveted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish American KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS fSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Uttered at the Lonlavllte Postolflcc as SecondClass Matter Aflduizall Conmnnlcatlonitotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Slree r- Ci TRADES c COUNCIL 11 fcOUISVLLLK KYSATURDAY MARCH 25 1905 I e ST PATRICKS DAY IN LOUIS VILLE The observance of St day 1905 in Louisville will ev be memorable in local annals The wearing of the green was everywhere in evidence and the religious 4 and civic commemorations of the day were entirely creditable to the people of Irish birth or descent who live in Louisville The religious services at the various churches fin the morning were unusually we11 attended and the celebrations i the evening were conducted wit dignity and proper respect as we Jis with enthusiasm Thousands of our fellow citizens who are not Irls or of Celtic extraction paid respect to the day in various ways either by wearing the shamrock or paying some tribute to Irelands patron saintOf course the most notable event of the day was that conducted by the Ancient Order of Hibernians The initiation of several hundred new members the banquet and addresses l given under the auspices f the Louisville divisions made this occasion one which will not soon be forgotten The members of the Ancient Order have reason to feell proud of the occasion Details of the event appear elsewhere in our local columns The Friendly Sons of St Patrick which was organized in Philadelphia in 1771 but only recently organized in Louisville gave a banquet at the Restaurant Vatel Interest ing addresses were delivered b 11 known IrishAmericans This rty organized before the Ameri revolution by patriotic Irishmen1 all creeds still flourishes and i ery strong in the East George Washington was a member in hi time and President Roosevelt is no a member The society bids fair to grow in this city and ought to have a wide influence There were vari ous other minor celebrations on St Patricks day in this city New Albany and Jeffersonville The weather was beautifull and the day will long be pleasantly remembered THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER Reference has heretofore beenI made in these columns to the at tempts of Anglomaniacs in the United States to make us forget hat we ever had a Revolution or hat the Declaration of Independ- ceP was ever written If these egenerate Americans had their way they would strike from the declaration the statement that the king of England George III had i plundered our seas burned out towns and distroyed the lives ofI our people The British propaganda in this country has succeeded in some of the States in having our national anthem The Star Spangled Ban I ner mutilated to suit their whims The lines in which the author of The Star Spangled Banner re fers to the failure of the British to 1 carry out their scheme of revenge i on Baltimore in the war of 1812 were eliminated from the song inII I the school books printed in many I places When the discovery was made that the anthem had been hanged the plot was denounced bYE patriotic people However noII stronger denunciation could have been made than that coming from I the Indiana Legislature which hasI just adjourned The following res olution was unanimously adopted I in the House of Representatives Whereas In certain school books cir culated fMueeln the public schools of I the State the national anthem The SUrSpangled Banner has been changed and mutilated to suit the whims and caprices of certain critics and Whereas The immortal vertex of ID it Francis Scott Key are dear to the Amer- Ican heart and should be forever enshrined in the hearts of the Americans people and the children of our schooler and their noble sentiments inculcated into the rising generation therefore be it Resolved By the House of Repre sentatives the Senate concurring tin none of the text books alluded to which contain the mutilated verses of the national anthem be permitted to be us or to circulate in the public schools 1 Indiana and that the State Board of Education is hereby instructed to take proper action in the matter to prevent the use of such books in the public schools of this State and that the Clerk 1of the House is hereby instructed Ito- n furnish a certified copy of this resolution 11to the Chairman of the State Board of Education IIThere was not a dissenting vo on this resolution The State Board hof Education will see to it that the mutilated verses is not printed i Indiana school books SQUARE DEAL It looks like the Democratic organization in Louisville and Jefferson county will give every candidate a square deal in the primary election which is to lheld on April 25 The election is Ifto be held under the protections of Carroll primary election law and fraud or intimidation at the polls is denounced by this law as infamous and the offenders may be punished the same as if the offense was committed at a regular election There has been a great deal of atalk about the nominations being cut and dried but this is absurd Certain Democratic leaders the Mayor for instance have declare- Y for certain men who have announced for office but it does not follow that these leaders can dictate the nominations or will try Sto do so If a candidate has el ments of strength stronger tha Sthe Mayor and other leaders he can 7go in and win a nomination In other words every vote cast for a candidate will be counted and the strongest men will get the nomina tions regardless of who the leaders 7are for Interest in the primary iis increasing and new candidates are mentioned almost daily Some are receptive candidates but by April1 10 the last day when announce ments may be made there will be a number on the list who are not now announced ANOTHER FAILURE For Lawyer David Smith Persecutor of Sisters of Good Shepherd Lawyer David T Smith who has been wasting his time and energies in a fruitless persecution of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd met with another signal defeat Thursday this time in the United States District Court The mendacious old fellow who knows less about law perhaps than does the writer about astronomy had the nerve to bring suit i the District Court for 25000 damages against the Sisters Judge John McCann mud Attorney James J Fitzgerald for oneI Lizzie Green who had been so unfor tunate as to fall into his hands In his petition he alleged that the woman whoI had been cared for lby the Sisters hadI been unlawfully committed to the Con vent of the Good Shepherd by Judge Mc Cann and that she was detained there att year against her will Since the filing of j the suit Lizzie Greens deposition was taken in which she stated that she did not authorize the suit and Smith wasjj compelled to ask for its dismissal TimeII after time the suits entered by Smith J have been defeated by Attorney Fitzgerald and the general public now wonders how long the courts will stand for his old womanish annoyance and bother For years he has been fighting the good Sis ters and at the same time boasting of his J manhood and respect for the weaker sera Out of court with all such SmithE hypocrisy is mountain high and stamps him as the meanest type of man a EUCHRE PARTY I What promisestcbe an enjoyable j social affair will bethe euchre party to be given next Wednesday afternoon and evening at the residence of bier Emily Purdon 737 Third street The games will be called at 2 and 8 oclock and a n I number of handsome prizes will be awarded As the proceeds will be devoted to a worthy cause an admissionofBll twentyfive cents will be charged players U IiI Joseph Sayre and wife have been t spending a week in recreation and rest at West Baden Springs Howard Taylor a prominent yon lawyer of St Louis has returned ha after au enjoyable visit with his uncle John D Rudd Miss Catherine Martel of New Albany who for the past several weeks has been confined to her home with the grip is able to be out again sThe many friends of Miss Margaret Ej Grogan of 1710 Seventh street will glad to learn that she is again able to be out after a two weeks illness of the gri atRobert Madden a prominent citizen Indianapolis who came here to attend the funeral of his brother Michael jeffersoofville and left for his home Tuesday night John Madden a former well kno resident of Jeffereouville who was call here by the death of his brother Michael Madden left Wednesday evening for his home at Birmingham Ala where he has been living for a number of years retoa dance and musical entertainment the home of Mary and Matilda Cunlff last Friday evening in honor of enjoyabnwas Mr Tom Camfield Solos were al i rendered by Willie OToole Misses Mayme Sullivan Sallie Carly Catherine Fallahey and Matilda Cunniff music solos by Misses Margaret Hourlgan Mayme Sullivan Annie Sullivan aa ci Matilda Cunlff and recitations by Miss Catherine Fallahey and Sherley Cnniff The house and tables were beautifully JobbeIn Riley presiding as toastmaster Tho present were Misses Katie Nolan Margaret Hourigan Mayme Sullivan Mollie McCarthy Katie Coleman Catherine Fallahey Annie Sullivan Nellie EarlyTI Nellie Nolan Eveline Miller Kat Fallahey Sallie Early Matilda and Mary Cuniff Messrs Edward Dalton Tom Camfield Andy Riley John Nolan John Riley John Karmen Willie OToole Oliver Patton Con McBarron Richard Wetzel Sherley Cuniff and Mrs Hannah Baldwin and Mr and Mrs Dan N Cuniff The next meeting will be at Eveline Millers home PROPOSED A CHANGE- d President Rogers Names the Standing Committees Por Central Body At the regularjmonthly meeting of t CatholeKnights of America President Newton n Rogers announced the appointment of the following standing committees for the year 100- 5ExecutiveWilliam Norton Thom Kennedy J H Kupper MembershipH A Veeneman Louis F Steiner John Wernert Paul Reislng Henry Bosquet Paul Schum Charles Hill Patrick Holle- yEntertainmentJohn Scbalda Mike Reichert George Schlang Charles Fal John J Score Thomas Feeley Barne Call John Miller 1At the next meeting an important amendment changing the age at which the level rate goes into effect submitted from Branch 4 will be discussed an voted upon CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Branch 25 Mourns Death o Vice President Patrick Collins Branch 25 of the Catholic Knights ofrj America met Tuesday night and heardI read some important correspondence with the Supreme Secretary The names of several persons were discussed and i appears that the branch will soo increase its membership Peter J SchreckI was elected First Vice President to sue J ceed Joseph Gruenelsen who resigned Secretary Mann announced the deathI of Vice President Patrick Collins andl wansI appointed to draft resolutions to be sent to the bereaved family The charter wasI ordered draped for thirty days after which his successor will be elected Vice President Collins had been employed by Grainger Company and met death by falling from a bridge upon which he was at work at Cincinnati He had only recently came to Louisville to live his former home being at Frank fortInteresting talks for the good of the order were made by Messrs Mann KirnIHill and Martin who expressed themselves satisfied with the outlook for StTJohns branchJWILL BE INVITED AGAIN i Judge Thomas R Gordon delivered an entertaining and instructive lecture under the auspices of the V M J at Bertrand Hall Thursday evening which was much enjoyed by those present On account of the Lenten services at the different churches it was impossible for great many to attend who had antici pated doing so The committee in charge has been requested to invite judge Gorr don to address the Y M Iand their friends immediately offer Lent Judge Gordon ia a pleasing speaker and his wholesome advice on the opportunities of a young man given in hie lecture cOatah ed Bach that wis interesting to these preat I n fl 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes IiEdward Kennedy sent In his applica tion to Division 3 last Mopday night It was gratifying to see the large num ber of Hibernians at St Patricks church Friday morning After next week all meetings will be Hopkinms Theater buildingtt Next month the divisions will vote on the proposition to establish a Hibernian home for aged members The next meeting of the Ladies Aux iliary will be held in the new hall They seem highly pleased with the change Division 3 held an enthusiastic meet being Monday night and received several communications from National Secretary- p CarrollMembers of Division 3 and the order ofat large are rejoiced over the recovery of James McCue who was seriously ill for several weeks- n Hereafter a fine of ten cents will be imposed upon all members of Division 4 who absent themselves from two con wnsecutive meetings 7nDivision 2 of Eveleth Minn will put a memorial window in St Patricks church from the proceeds of its St Pat ricks day celebration Division 4 will send special notices to all members to attend the next meeting and initiation which will be interesting- at This will occur April 12 Division 1 meets Tuesday night at the Stold hall at Seventh and Market Pies tobysoDivision 4 will have a little Initiations its own at the next meeting which takes place in the Hopkins Theater build Sing on the second Wednesday in April IdHats off to Martin Sheehan of Division 3 It was mainly through his efforts that Division 3 captured the gold prize Martin wins the gold watch and all are glad he did seLieut Fitzgibbons and Capt Joe Mc Ginn end the guard of honor presented a trulv military appearance Their perfect work and soldierly bearing called forth much praise- ie Cleveland Hibernians will largely in crease their membership tomorrow The Kentucky Irish American has received an invitation to be present and witness the initiation ofa class of 400 President OBrien of Urbana Ohio and President ONeill of Columbus who accompanied Secretary Carroll to this city made a fine impression upon our members and will always welcome visitorsNone worked harded or contributed more to the success of the St Patricks day celebration than Denny Colemau He was here there and everywhere always in good humpt and always putting the finishing touch Upon some important work theheProvidenceiswas by a very large How would such a concert do in Louis ville We have the talent and would urge the County Board to consider the suggestions Louisville has a degree team and choir that she can well boast of It would be hard to find three men to equal Dave Reilly Tames Barry and Patrick T Sulli Avan They realize the significance of their parts and gave the most impressive yetkwitnessed vUpon the invitation of Rev Father Carney County Chaplain the Hiber nlans of St Louis will receive holy com munion in a body tomorrow morning at pastdweek the Passionist fathers have been conducting a retreat at this church for members of the order and the other so cieties of the parish hadra great celebration in Holy Trinity Hall on St Patricks night A programme ap propriate to the occasion was excellently rendered and well received by the audi ante that was crowded in the isles and doors President Dan Walsh delivered the address and reviewed the work that had been done during the year The- t division in New Albany is one of the theumembers now are aiming to erect a Hiber nian hall in their enterprising and grow ing city RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Catherine Murphy widow of the late William Murphy took place from St Aloysius church on the morning of St Patricks day Mrs Murphy was born in Ireland sixty years ago but came to Kentucky at an early I age making Louisville her home She was a devoted Catholic a loving mother and kind neighbor Five children two sons and three daughters survive her The death of Miss Gertrude Tully the eighteenyearold daughter of Thomas Tully of 1408 Ekin avenue New Albany sorrow to the hearts of her wide circle of friends and relatives Miss ully was a devout member of Holy church and was possessed of the most pleasing traits of character The funeral took place Thursday morning Rev Father Kelly officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Micuael Cain died Tuesday morning at his residence 822 Oldham street after a short illness Deceased was a faithful church member and had been one of the pioneer members of Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians The fune took place from St Louis Bertrands church Thursday morning at 9 oclqck with a high requiem mass The interment was in St Louis cemetery The postal of Mrs Adelaide Nabbe widow of the late Henry Nabbe took place from StBonlfaces yesterday Ucr t3 r riCertificate No Louisville Ky 190 THE STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT i IHOUSE FURNISHING CLUB iMembership CertificatetThe payment of Two Dollars entitles the bearer to one years membership in the 44 Bacon conditions2d The purpose of the Clubis to enable you to buy Furniture Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains and Stoves on WEEKLY PAYMENTS the same price your READY CASH WOULD BUY them at J Bacon SonsLouisvilles goodfaithamount ofyour purchases 3rd NO INTEREST IS CHARGED on 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farce Jenks Marvelous Monkeys Fern Mel rose clever singer Hughes Musical Trio refinedentertainment Billy Link in dark monologue Foster Foster inimitable comedy pair and the Biograph with Kit Carson greatest picture of the season BUCKINGHAMWEEK SaturdayTHE Everything New But the Title New scenery new costumes new acts Two big burlettas The Country Angel and The Wrong Mr Corbett Dont fail to see the big act of Capt Kellers ROYAL ZOUAVE GIRLS Direct from Pavilion Theater London BEAUTIFUL TEETHA- dd to the attractiveness of a- HA nS01U I3 3TAOJBJ The popularity of my Dentistry is the result of honest application of the most perfect professional knowledge I admit I it is possible to secure service equal to mike but atmuch higher prices QR H JCOUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Building 551 FOURTH AVENUE IW H PIPES 1 347 FIFTH STREET Real Estate N Loans EstateAnyAmountsBring Houses and Lots Boughts and Sold Loans Negotiated CBTUOMPSONt FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 281 W lenerson SI CAllC eatistactioa guaranteed U lI ij n0 Confirmation Suits v 150 to 15 They are made with knee pants and long pants The fabrics are absolutely fast color and double shrunk which prevents shrinking after they are made up Seams sewed with puredye silk and linen stronglyandperfect as skill can produce We furnish also the hat shoes shirt tie gloves pin ConfirmationSuitwhile our stocks are fresh and f- ullLEVYS Home Phone 5645 MorbachsMilitary and Orchestra E MORBACH Conductor Music Furnished For All Occasions Teacher of Violin and Cornet Terms Reasonable OFFICE AND RESIDENCE 320 West Breckinrldgd Street loots NoVeanber i 1eotiozs 1OO THOMAS A SHELLEY Owlclic1 to For TAX RECEIVERSUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY I9O5 NOVEMBER ELECTION 190b+ SQUIRE JOHN M ADAMS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 19O5 NOVEMBER ELECTION i905f ALF V OLDHAMOt11 TDITlA1E FOR CLERK POLICE + COURTs Subject to Action of the Democratic Party J u Aii a ri 0 J T IIQNTUOKY IRIS3H AtMERI+ 7 l2i t ALBERT CHARLTON QANDIDAT FORu I I STATE SENATOR38- th Senatorial District 8th 9th 10th I11th and 12th Wards DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TUESDAY APRIL 25 IPos PStSN RAYFOR County Assessor JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY DH RUSSELLCANDIDATE SENATORFRO- M THE THIRTYEIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT 7 1COIIPOSED OP TUB EIGHTH NINTH TENTH ELEVENTH TWELFTH WARDS Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1 + s t t ++t+++ t+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer ellCarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notl 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 i+ + + + + + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JuJu BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 E7ST TurmN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the Undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT I HIIH I I I HI t HI I HI 11 111 I I I 1 +11111 H HII THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer All Calla Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET 1 I I 11 I H+o 1 111 M I+l+INIHI t1IIII H HIHIHH or I II 1 +1 +I I I 1 I I 1 001 I I I 111 I lH 1 J JI TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 t H TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrl STREETSbort1 t 11 1 I 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 I I I II It I I I It I I I I It H I It I In j If It DANIEL J DOUGHERTYJ FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER MOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Street Bet 12th and 13tfu t AH CU Anwere4 Prwnptlyi Dsvor Night H Hl HHt+ tH tlt n 00u4- i Q a I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick loll Bank atreetCTreasurer Thomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2JJ Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J SullivanJJ Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday I evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD I J Colftmau l BegleySergeantat Riley DIVISION 4II Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednea day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas LynchIRecording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinnI 515 West Cbestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Conne1JyI DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfans Hall County President Michael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr TreasurerLouisConstantine Gleason Marshal Peter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann i Banner CarrierLawrence FordI Y 111 IIMACKIN COUNCIL 205 i Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club UouseI 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice PresidentW Shaaglmessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording SecretaryFrank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding SecretaryF Lanahan TreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl MarshalJohn KenneyIInside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice PresidentJoseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording Secretary Emil Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer TreasurerWill N Gast MarshalJacob Pfaleer Inside Sentinel Aug Kempf Outside Sentinel John C Fries SATOLLI COUNCIL 102 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave President John J Crotty First Vice PresidentWilliam J OConnorSecond Vice PresidentJ J Kava naRhIFinancial SecretaryWill P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryLouis B Baker Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry Marshal George S Zorn Inside SentinelEdward Aud Outside Sentinel William J OSulli van KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EHBALMER Washing and dressing ladles 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 JOHN 8RATTfRMAN 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 HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail orders receive prompt attention If your not got it order from Holly Brosg2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky OPENS GROCERY Dennis J Reardon who for a long time has been connected with the paint ing and decorating department of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com phny has opened a grocery with a full line of staple and fancy goods at th northeast corner of Seventh and Zane streets Mr Reardon is a capable and energetic young man and has all the qualifications necessary for a successfull business career FATHER BETTER The many friends of Harry Veeneman the well known letter carrier and ex State President of the Catholic Knights of America will rejoice to learn that his venerable father who was brought here on account of IUnC is making stead progress toward recovery The of gentleman has been ailing all winter at his home near Cincinnati Since coming here careful nursing and watchful atten I tion have caused a marked change for better hj his condition theII l if j IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Hibernians held a very satisfactory convention atJLurgan last week The Rev TJCongblan of Macroom died quite unexpectedly on Thursday morningA of ta new organization the New Ireland Society was formed at a meeting held in Dublin Our exchanges announce the death of Rev Andrew Macauley rector of St Brigids church in Belfast A new technical school has been opened atJTervoe County Limerick by Most Rev Bishop ODwyer Lord De Freyne has agreed to his ten ants termsand signed the agreement the sale of his property to the forII Districts Board After thellfUhsfal bf Lord Krnmare which took place in Killarney the remains were interred in the family vault in the Cathedral WilliamJackson of Castlenock agent to Sir HarV1y Bruce was fined at Cole raine petty sessions for shooting game without a license While proceeding to a fire in North Earl street Dublin a fireman named Sarsfield was thrown from the brigade car and injured about the face His Lordship the Most Rev Dr Browne Bishop of Cloyne has approved of the design for the memorial monument to the late Tom Barry Killavullen At the weekly meeting of the Execu tive of the Technical Exhibition the Lord Mayor of Dublin announced that his Grace the Archbishop of Cashel had promised his support to the project The WestWaterford Executive of the United Irisb League have selected John Flynn outgoing member as candidate for the representation of the Cappoquin division of Waterford on the County CouncilAt meeting held in Kilkenny recenty it was stated that 40000 had been act wally subscribed to the capital of the Kilkenny Woolen Mills and a further 10000 was asked to enable the company to go to allotment The Mullingar Brunch of the United Irish League met in the old Mullingar jail which is now the property of the County Council and in recent times held as coercion prisoners members of the national organization- At the weekly meeting of the National Exhibition Executive Committee at Dublin a letter was read from the Bishop of Elphin in which his Lordship stated he proposed taking some shares and returned the form filled up accordingly Speaking at Drogbeda Dr Douglas Hyde said stbat the country was threat ened with the degradation of primary education by the starvation policy applied by the British Treasury with the consent and connivance of the National Board The South Tipperary County Commit tee of Agriculture have decided to ask the Irish members of Parliament to bring pressure on the Government with a view of securing some change in the railway rates onjIrisbproduce consigned to English markets The body of Major Harry Pakenhara an Antrim gentleman who disappeared from the Royal Pavilion Hotel at Folke stone three days rafter his marriage has been picked up in the sea At the in quest a verdict of suicide while tempora rily insane wasjreturned The statistics oftwages in the United Kingdom show that Scotch agricultural laborers are theCbest paid and Irish ones the worst inf these lands Not only do Scotch laborers get fair wages but they have several other advantages in many cases such as the milk of a cow a breadth of ground to grow potatoes and vegetables and orOltb Sir Patrick Coll has written to the North Tlpperary County Council threatening that if tbe terms of a resolution recently passedjby the council fixing the North Riding fcTipperary as the area of charge for the entire police tax fixed in certain districtsjby the Inspector General were adhered to he would proceed against the council and oblige the members who proposed and seconded the resolution to bear the costs The council decided by eighteen votes to two to adhere to the terms of the resolution The death of Patrick Whelan which recently occurred at Manchester has removed an ardentworker from the Irish cause and onewho had made many sac rifices for his country Though unable except once during the last thirty years to visit his native Tipperary and with his home and family interests Ju this country the name of Ireland always caused him emotion and it was ever home to him The deceased was the founder of the Wolfe Tone branch of the Irish National League of Great Britain in Bradford Yorkshire There are now some eighty Gaelic teachers employed by the Gaelic League and the numbers Is growing daily The only difficulty in the way of the eaten slon of the system is that of securing suitable teachers but this difficulty is being overcome by the establishment of the training colleges All the male MunstereTraining College last year have long since been snapped up by Gaelic League committees and this year the Committee of Management of the Colleges are mak fug arrangements for the accommodation of a far greater number of students The Connacht Training College will also turd out a large number of young Irish speak ers who will be able to undertake the work of organizing and teaching THIS WAS ONE IndianapolisdIn County Kilkenny said OConnor beI1Oh come sow I protetedwebavj fII PETER M INDRIOT SONS8 WAGONN MANuFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST wSpring styles in hats Special styles for boys for first communion and confirmation MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson StrutOTTO E YENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Cumb i3o HENRY AAIJJ PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 1635 528 Fifth Street HEEEMANN BROS IMPORTItRS 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 WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W GREEN SST GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHT WHISKIESB- IG r rr JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AU POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on BigFour51 Gates Geul Agent Passenger Agt Louisville Kv already seen half a dozen places where our guides told us St Patrick was born I dont care for that said the guide this is one of them EASY CURB Put into a glass the juice of three lemons four tablespoonfuls of good whisky then thicken the entire liquid with gran ulated sugar Take a small quantity of the mixture every half hour until relieved This is a speedy and easy cure for coughs and colds KEEPS OUT WATER A way to keep cut water is to beat the soles of your shoes slightly then rub them with copal varnish and let them dry Repent this operation three times and you can go into the wet with Impunity To remove paper from a cake when the cake has partly cooled turn it bottom upward and brush the paper with water until it is thoroughly dampened It can then be easily removed oUT iiSB a H S McNuTTOAITDIDAT6i FOR STATE SENATOR37th Senatorial Districtist 2nd 3rd 4th 5th and 6th Wards Subject to Actldn of the Democratic Party FRflNK FEflR BREWING GO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TB1tBPHONB It369 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts =DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN- BRE ING COI ANYxxooaroxnxaayTELEPHONE 4tl2 LOIIIeviLLB KZ ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED CREAM BEER Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OBRTT3LBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY joKIM E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET fl Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY of this fact Our aim for 14 years has been to furnish the trade with the best possible grade of wall plaster and we have always accomplished the end we have in view As an evidence of our sucress we pQint with just pride to the vast throngs of builders who give us their business Why not let us quote you prices Kentucky Wall Plaster Go Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plaster Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555 38t OOr0 CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTFrom HENDERSON ROUTE Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Montana and all intermediate points Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 Also special 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the Cardinals so that elso for this reason every one is expecting the consistory will take place before the end of the month Last Sunday there arrived In Rome Prince Max of Saxony who as is gener ally known embraced the priesthood some years ago and after spending several years as a worker in the slums of London was appointed professor in a German Catholic university Prince Max is a younger brother of the King of Saxony and as it has been the custom of the church for centuries to elevate all near relatives of the reigning kings who have taken up the ecclesiastical career to the highest honors in the church it it said to be the intention of Plus X to make the young priest a Cardinal very soonThe late Pope intended to take this step and was only prevented by the ob jections raised by French officials who protested against any increase in the number of German Cardinals As such an objection can not cpnsistently be brought now by the French Government on account of the strained relations with the church there is no doubt entertained that Pius X will thus honor the Saxon Prince at the coming consistory or sometime during the year It is surmised that in view of the agree ment recently entered into with the Ger man Government to have a German Cardinal curia reside in Rome Prince Max may be the personage chosen for the position which is to counteract iin some way French influences represented in Rome by Cardinal Matthieu who wa especially appointed to this position at the request of his Government Prince Max is especially adapted for the place as his birth education and training par ticularly fit him for a semidiplomatic post He speaks several languages among them English an accomplishment which will be of much use to him I a Rome He is rather young yet to be prince of the church but this objectio- to his nomination is offset by bin royal1 birth and saintly life One thing is certain and that is that Piux X will not meet with economical difficulties in promoting the Saxon prince to the dignity of Cardinal as the court of Saxony is ready to provide a magnifi cent income for the only member of the family who is to be highly honored There is also a probability that a Cardi nal may be selected from among the Hungarian prelates It has been the custom to have always two natives of Hungary in the Sacred College but a present there is only one Cardinal Vas zaryBefore the death of the late Pope pressure was brought to bear at the Vatican for the promotion of the Bishop of Erlau Mgr Samassa but for some reason the late Pope refused to make the nomina tion Recently however negotiations I have been pending between the Austrian Government and the Vatican for the selection of the Archbishop of Transylvania Mgr Majlath for the honor and it is probable that this prelate who iisI very favorably known at the Vatican will be selected as an additional member of the Sacred Colleg- eIt is stated that for the moment a least Pope Pius X will not nominate another Y foreign Cardinals ac he does no wish to fill any more vacancies in the Sacred College than absolutely necessary and that with the exception of Mgr Cag iano de Azevedo the present Magglor domo there will not be another ItalianI Cardinal nominated before next Christmas at the December consistory- All talk about thq nomination of a Cardinal from South America is founded on imagination only as there is no necessity for such a promotion and the condition of the church in the South American Republics renders the bestowal of such an honor on a South American prelate absolutely undesirable Every Wednesday and Friday the Cardinals resident in Rome assemble at the Vati can to attend the Lenten sermonsI preached by the new apostle chaplain Plus X himself was present this week as he was last year but his presence was not known as he was sitting in an adjoining door hidden from the view of the assembled Cardinals by a screen This customhas been adopted from time Immemorial in order to spare the Pop any embarrassment which might arise From tjie allusions to the Popes duties SIGNS WITH TERRE HAUTE Martin Moore a well known New At- bany boy has signeda contract to play short atop with the JTerre Haute base ball 1 r cuhiizJhf a prominent member of Unity Council ur J Paul C Barth CANDIDATE FOR u MAYO RDemocratic Primary April 25 19- 05ViIlSOllGRas fi FOR COUNTY JUDGE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY APRIL 25 1905 Y M I Harry Miller who has been identifiedwith the management of ball teams in Southern Indiana for several years past predicts a bright future on the ball field for young Moore and saga he is a coming star of the diamond TRINITY COUNCIL- s Will Build New Assembly Room and Home In the Highlands Trinity Council YoM I has pur wI11athen1city for a home and residence and the members of the council are to be con gratulated in securing the site The Highlands is the most desirable residence portion of the city and the members of Trinity were wise in going there for theIr new home Work on the building will begin at once It will contain reception rooms library gymnasium parlors and all the appurtenances of a firstclass as sembly room HOPKINS THEATER havetthe position of headliners on the bill an nouncedby the Hopkins for next week Their offering is a comedy entitled Election Bets Foster and Foster two clever comedians will make heir first Louisville appearance introducing new rag time piano playing There will be a trained animal turn in Jenks mar velons monkeys La Vine and Waltone Miss Fern Melrose and the Hughes must cal trio are included among the other acts MACAULEYS Mecaule has been the scene of many dramatic triumphs but next andtMiss Julia Marlowe in Much Ado About willtpresent a combination of dramatic ability and magnificence of scenic presentation perhaps never before equaled upon our stage Mr Sothern and Miss Marlow are today the leading exponents of classIc drama on the American stage and lire aided by an excellent supporting company of over one hundred persons- LtUCKINIHAM The Fay Foster Company with new scenery pep costumes and new nets comes next to the Buckingham for ta weeks engagement This company has been seen here before and has made hundreds laugh nightly Among the comedians are several stars of the vaudeville stage and in addition to the first class olio there will be presented two amusing burlettas abounding with catchy songs and music chorus and marches MASONIC Billy Van always a favorite here and theemerry Errand Boy are the next attraction at the Masonic Theater Aside from the many originalmusical numbers especially made to order for this popular production there are several interpelA tlona of the latest song hits introduced to show off a large chorus of pretty girls to the best advantage The Kentucky Irish American dec firttckM job prluting u t1- i a GERMANY GAINS While Englands Shipping In dustry Is Falling Off Yearly Gorman Emperor Might Not Be Averse to Taking Crack e at England If His Troops Landed in Britain He Would Be Able to Dictate Terms GERMAN HAYY IS ROW STRONG IFor the last six years it has been cvi dent that Germany Is determined upon a policy of expansion which in the nature of things must bode no good for some power Which power is to become the victim is not yet apparent but there is no doubt that in England the prophet who has exitedly warned the British em pire to beware has a large following Figures show that gains are constantly being made by Germany in shipping while there is a corresponding falling off in British trade and cargo carrying At the present time the competition while not acute gives ample justification for alarm writes the Berlin correspondent of the Chicago Tribune In the course of a remarkable speech made at a dinner in England early last month worthy of note principally by reason of the fact that it was made by the civil lord bf the British admirality who while not the highest authority if so close to that authority that his words came like an official utterance the speaker Arthur Lee warned his hearers that England had now to look with more anxiety though not fear toward the North sea It was for that reason that the British fleets had been distrib uted and added if war should unhap pily be declared the British navy would get its blow in first before the other side had time to even read in the papers that war had been declared That was the first intimation the world had of a crisis between Germany and Great Britain which is uow known to have been acute just after the announcement of the Brit ish fleets redistribution in the middle of DecemberGermany has little excuse for distribut ins her naval forces It has been truly said the German navy is always mobilized and has been Instructed and trained to deliver the first blow the value of which has been made apparent in the present war in the Far East yet twice late last year just after the Dog er bank incident and after the British admiraltys redis tribution of the British fleet the German navy was more effectively mobilized and ready to set out against the English coast That England has her suspicions of Germany no one who has watched the German desire one may say necessity for expansion can doubt An English writer feels sure that Germany will at tempt when England is unready to wrest from her some of her possessions It has been repeatedly pointed out that Germany has the choice of four methods of achieving her necessary expansion FirstThe absorption of Holland or Austria neither proposition being partic ularly hopeful at this time SecondA war with France whichis extremely improbable and unlikely to prove as profitable as it once was ThirdThe seizure of Constantinople and the Dardanelles a proposition with so many elements of danger in it that even so courageous a man as the German Emperor might not have the boldness to attempt it- FourthA war with England If by a swift movement the German fleet could overcome the English home fleet and land some of his legions the Kaiser might 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