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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcA T 1 111 VOLUME XIVNO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 1 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS I HOME RULE 1 Retirement of Secretary Wyud liam May Hasten the All Important Issue Biilfrmr Government May Bo Forced to Retire at Any Moment 4CI wr Irish Nationalists Will Have a Chiince to Play Good Politics WALTER WELLMANS FORECAST That home rulefor Ireland in one form I or another Is only delayed by the recent flurry in British politics and the resigns tion of Wyndham the Chief Secretary for Ireland is the opinion of well in i formed men who have just come from London and Dublin writes Walter Well man in the Chicago Reeord Herald In fact it Is believed the downfall of Secre tary Wyndham and the circumstances attending his retirement may hasten the coming of the day when the English Parliament confers upon the people of Ireland the simple justice and decency involved In an extension of selfment among them A gentleman now in Wasbington and familiar with all that is going on behind the scenes in London predicts that the forthcoming general elections in the United Kingdom which can not now be long deferred are likely- to hinge more upon thequestion of Irish home rule than upon Chamberlains fiscal policy There are Indications that the Balfour Government can not hold out much longer and when dissolution of Parliament comes the cleverlrish Nation alists are sure to get another opportunity to play good politics and advance the hone rule cause According to this authority Chamberlain now has it within his power to force the Balfour Govern went to the wall but that be is for the present disinclined to do so on account of his fear that if the Ministry falls home rule and not his protection idras will form the chief issue before the electorate The Irish party now holds a coign of advantage of which it may be expected under the brilliant leadership of John Redmond to make the most as events developIt and pertinent for the writer to disclose here some facts having an im portant bearing upon the situation and which are within his personal knowledge A little more than two years ago Sir Anthony MacDonnell accepted the Under Secretaryship for Ireland at the urgent solicitation of Balfour and Wyndhamsup pleuiented bv the urgings of King Ed ward and of Lord Lansdowne The last named had known Sir Anthony In India and bad been familiar with the great work the really great Irishman had done there Before accepting office and Incur ring all the risks that proverbially go along with it MacDonnell sought a frank understanding with his superiors He proclaimed himself a home ruler in that sense a Nationalist a Catholic and an advocate of Ireland its land and its government for the Irish Oa this basisll bet ok office For every Irishman and for every man who sympathizes with the Irish people in their demand to be rid of the odious bureaucracy which has so long oppressed thema bureaucracy which should close the mouth of every Briton who would scoff at Russiathere is a good sign in the sky It is found In the fact that the Irish Reform Association movement for a devolution of home rule promoted by MacDonnell and supported by Dunraven and Dudley has not roused a fifth part of the opposition that might have been expected Reports from England through trustworthy channels are to the effect that both political parties in the United Kingdom are now looking with favor upon the plan to give Ireland a rational and modern governmenta government by the people themselves majority of Englishmen no longer suffer with a sort of rabies when home rule for Ireland Is mentioned in their presence They are discovering at last that it is useless to try to make Englishmen out of Irishmen that it is barbaric to go on trying to treat the Irish as a conquered race that they are not a conquered race and never can be that in the higher civilization which Englandboasts of representing a country is never conquered till you have won the hearts and affections off its people The sad part of the current episode In Irish and English politics is that the men who were trying to do something for Ireland must be sacrificed because a few Irish men throw stones at them But it is be lieved the day is soon coming when the good sense of the English people will j rise above schisms and religious factions and look to the good of Ireland as a j whole Home rule may come in a year or it mhy come in five years Our j friends across the sea move with a slow ness which Is proverbial but it is coming rs BECOMES MANAGER W J Corbett formerly of the Herald of this city and one of the m08texperiI I eaced and practical newspaper men in the country has accepted an offer from iI the publishers of the Henderson Evening Journal and win become manager of that paper April 3 Manager Cptbett has I bH In He der on for several weeks t and during that time installed a new press typesetting machines and au entirely new outfit The Journal is to be congratulated on securing his servicesI He will publish a paper that will prove a strong competitor with those printed at Owensboro and Evansville The be wishes of the Louisville newspaper Ira ternity follow him to his new field off operations PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Will Recelve a Hearty Welcome From Our People Next Tuesday Every arrangement has been perfectedI and next Tuesday the good people oftr Louisville will give Theodore Roosevelt President of the United States a Ken tucky welcome such as has been seldomI accorded any Chief Magistrate or Govern went official Although the stay of President Roosevelt will be of short duration the State and city officials and people of Louisville are determined occasion shall be a memorable one an the committees of our foremost citizens have left nothing undone that would tend to this end None are more interested in the reception of the President than the readers of the Kentucky Irish American and for their benefit the complete programme is here given The Presidential party will alight from the fain at Third and A streets at 9 oclock Tuesday morning where they will be met by Mayor Grainger and a special reception com mittee of leading citizens members of the Grand Army of the Republic Loyal Legion and Confederate Veterans Proceeding in Third street to Broadway the President and party will be saluted by the Confederate Veterns Grand Army of the Republic and Spanish War Veterans Association and at Fourth and Broadway hundreds of school children will send up cheers and wave flags foe the Chief Magistrate i Coming in Fourth street the route will s be to Jefferson and down to the Court- House p where another reception committee will meet the President who will be introduced to the people of Kentucky by Gov Beckbam After President Roose velts response the parade will move down Jefferson to Seventh over to Market and up to First then in First to Main and thence down to the Union a dept at Seventh and the river Gen Castleman will be Chief Marshal and members of our leading singing societies will sing the German Song and My Old Kentucky Hom- eFATHER CLARK i Dominican Priest Asks Catho lie Young Men to Set Example Members of Trinity Council Y M L were addressed Mon Jay night by Rev Father Clark O P of St Louis Ber trends and were given some excellent advice by the able and zealous priest who is indeed a true friend of the young men Father Clark took for his subject the Catholic young men of today and in forcible and telling words pointed out to them their duties to God and country exhorting them to act and set the same noble example in public as well as reo ligicusj affairs He called special attention to the effect their conduct would hare and told them what it should be on all occasions President Cooney presided and announced that two applications had been filed one being that of Architect J J Gaffney The usual routine business was transactedafter which the Trinity AidaSociety was formed with Joseph C Kirchdorfer as Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee whose duty it will be to immediately arrange for the erection of the new hall and club house on the lot just purchased Secretary Emil Smith was instructed to send spe- cIal notice to all members to attend the meeting next Monday night when it is expected there will be large subscrip tlons to the building fund The business will be all over at 9 oclock in order to make way for another of the smokers a that have been so much enjoyed by the members of Trinity and their friends WORK BEGINS SOON Rev Edward Lynch the zealous and popular rector of Holy Name church at Henderson and formerly of the Cathedral In this city was here the first of the week in connection with the new parochial school which will be erected before the next scholastic year Father Lynch and the Sisters are now conducting one of the best Catholic schools in Kentucky where pupils are given the higher courses and are prepared for entry to the higher colleges The number of pupils has grown so large that much more room is needed and it is the desire of Father Lynch to meet the wants of his ever Increasing flock According to the plans perfectlt in the State PRANK LOOKS WELL Frank G Cunningham of St Louis traveling passenger agent for the Heni dersou Route was among the welcome visitors to the Kentucky Irish American office this week His legion of Louis ville friends were glad to see him looking better than ever before They are not surprised that he is as popular In5t Louis as he was here I f J f6 NEXTI Startling Possibilities May Bo stLooked For If Japan Is Victorious Centuries Ago the Yellow People Hail Their Eyes On the Philippines Troubles That World ProIrteetlngThem WARNING SOUNDED IN CONGRESS The comic papers last week had a very RussiandJapanesebarberover his left arm bowing the fleeced Muscovite out and crying Nextl Uncle Sam was looking on very much amused In the House of Representatives in Washington a member not given to extravagance of speech called attention to the unprotected condition of our Asiatic possessions and warned us that in the event of the present war ending In favor of the Japanese the next task the Island Empire would undertake would be the conquest of the Philippines He read extracts from Tokio and Nagasaki newspapers in support of what he said and it must be granted that the speaker was listened- to with most respectful attention Referring to the foregoing the able editor of the Western Watchman recalls some important history and expresses the opinion that the people of the United States are inclined to laugh at any such chimerical Philipineare too strong on the tea We could raise two million men in six months to repel the yellow envader It is not our desire to compare the military strength of the two nations Japan and England- are allies In the face of their combined fleets what could our navy do We are nation of civilian soldiers and a very 1in few months would suffice to organize an army of two million fighting men well drilled and accustomed to firearms But Russia has a very sad experience with her great army and she is comparatively o near the field of conflict while we are seven thousand miles away But leaving aside all question of the issue of such u war let us consider its of possibility In the breviary which we priests read on February 5we have the feast of the twentysix Japanese martyrs Six of these were Spanish Franciscans and three were Jesuits The Franciscans were sent to Japan by the Spanish King clothed with the dignity and robes of embassadors to dissuade the Emperor who in the breviary Is called Tairsoma which we fancy is the Spanish Latin name for Tycoon the name the Japanese Emperor bore before the Mikados ascended the throne from his designs on the Philippines The holy office which approved these lessons Is therefore authority for the statement that at the close of the sixteenth century when Father Peter Baptist and his five Franciscan companions went to Japan the Japanese bad fully made up her mind to seize the Philippines We must bear in mind that Spain at the close of the Sixteenth in century was a European power of the first rank Charles V occupied the throne of Ferdinand and Isabella up to the year 1658 and the invincible set sail in 1588 This was the time when the Spanish King went on his knees to the Tycoon and begged him not to strike Spain in the Far East And it may iindicate in what spirit this mes sage of peace was received to know that the haughty little savage condemned the five ambassadors and twentyone others to jibbet and it is to commemorate their glorious martyrdom that the feast of February 5 has been instituted We are prone to regard the Japanese as nation wrested from barbarism fifty years ago She was a military power strong enough to make Spain tremble for her distant possessions in the six teenth century But while the Japanese to were a nation of fighters four hundred so years ago she also had even then the ambition to become the mistress of Asia Only Internal strife prevented her from showing her teeth before this Now she has a united people and an army not only ready but anxious to die In a war of Japanese conquest The Japanese Generals are as prodigal of the lives of their inen as these are of their own They have the ferocity and desperate courage of the wild beast and their deeds of valor have no parallel In military his tory save in the savage warfare of tbeIJ American Indians about the time of J Francis Xavier and Peter Baptist The remnants of Custerd little army can tell how the red man brought to bay can fight The apostle of Japan Jin his letterdto his superiors in Europe frequently refers to the wild patriotism and reckless courage of the little islanders For fifty years this imitative people have been learning under European mas ffctorieshaveics engineers and naval architects in the West Their military schools are modeled on those of Prussia and the chief in structor for the past eighteen years has j been a veteran of the wars with Austria and France and a member of the gee O n eral Prussian staff Today it is xot a European army against ah Asiatic army but one Eurooean army againstanotbe The Turks in their war with Russia andl afterward In that with Greece were nott a greater surprise than is uow the army warmingbackbosom It Japan should by any untoward fate finally conquer Russia in the East the little barber will surely cry next and Uncle Satrj will be politely asked to mount the vacant chair After Manchuria there is nothing in the Eas- Japan so much covets aslthe Philippines Will she have them Well all Americans Are not proJapanese fools tBISHOP MCIiOSKEY I 7I Completely Recdyered and Little Evidence of His Illness People everywhere areirejoicing over the recovery of Right Rev William George McCloskey the venerable Bishop- of Louisville who for three months was unable to leave the Cathedral rectory because ofa severe attack of the grip andwho at one time wad thought to be in a critical condition The recovery of the aged prelate has been low but aside from the physical weak less naturally resulting from the disease there is now little evidence of his ill ells and it is thought he is again able to resume his duties and will leave shortly for a two weeks vacation in Florida Upon his return Bishop McCloskey will begin the confirmation of children throughout the diocese RECENT DEATHS to Mrs Fannie Keenehon mother of Miss Fannie Keeuehan passed to her eternal reward last Sunday morning and was buried Tuesday from St Cecilias church She had been In failing health since the death of her husband the late John Keenehan for many years night clerk at the Louisville Hotel The funeral of Dr A b Elsenman took place from the Church of St MaryI Magdalen Thursday morning at 9 oclock Father William Gausepohl dellverelan eloquent sermon paying many tributes to the exemplary Christian life of the deceased The interment was St Michaels cemetery i By the death of Mr Jean Hirth which j occurred Tuesday evening St Louis Bertrands church suffers the loss of anther devout and exemplary member Deceased was a native rFrancebut for the past twentythree years had been I a resident of this city The funeral took place Thursday morning with high mass requiem at 9 oclock t Edward Heffernan one of the citystt oldest residents died early last Saturday morning at the family residence 2217I Bank street The deceased came to this j country in the early 40s and has been a resident of Louisville for the past forty three years He leaves three sons Capt Edward James and John Heffernan andI two daughters Mrs William Scott and Miss Ella Heffernan The funeral of John McKlernan took place from St Louis Bertrands church Monday morning at 9 oclock with aII requiem mass for the repose of his soul The deceased was an old and respected I citizen of Limerick and was the father of John James and Thomas McKiernan I who can be proud of the Christian life led by their father The interment wastt St Louis cemetery Mrs Mary Deeley beloved wife of Patrick Deeley died Sunday night at her j home 3112 High street a victim of the dread pneumonia The news of her I death was a shock to the community in I which she lived as she was held in high 1 esteem Besides her husband she leaves I two sons Her funeral took place Wednes day morning from the Church of Our Lady In Portland Rev Father Conniff officiating and in a feeling sermon paying 1 high tribute to her worthII It was with feelings of extreme sorrow that news of the death of Mrs Alicec Leezer was received by members of theII Sacred Heart parish She was the amiaI ble and happy wife of George Leezer 1608 Anderson street and was butII twentyfour years old Death was due the fatal pneumonia that has claimed I many people this spring The funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev PatII rick Walsh being the celebrant of theII high mass of requiem Tuesday morning the dread summons came to Mrs Katie Belle Norton beloved wife of Martin Norton and soother good soul went to its eternal reward Deceased was a native of this city and the daugh ter of the late John R Welsh MrII Norton was of a cheerful disposition a loving wife and a kind neighbor and the of her death was a shock to berII wide circle of friends Since her girlI hood she had been a member of St Pat J ricks church where the last solemn services over her remains took placeI the solemn mass of requiem Thurs ay morning HIT BY CAR Michael Burke who was struck by a street car last Sunday evening at Fourth and Main is resting easy at his home on Fourth street near the river His headI was badly gashed his right thigh severely wrenched and his ankle badly sprained At first it was thought his injuries might be fatal but the last report was that he may be able to be out again in a few days n PETER CUSICK Secured FiftySix Candidates in lliberniait Membership Contest- Presentation of Gold Watch Genteral Meeting Many Compliments for Workers in tho St Patricks Day Celebration ANOTHER INITIATION ON APRIL 25 Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met for the last time at Tuesdaynightj past has been the Hibernian home will know them no more President James Barry presided and was evidently pleased with the attendance of both old and new members James Hough was elected to membership and applications were re ceived from Philip Watson and Charles McOwen Chairman Patrick Liston re- portedI that none of the members were on the sick list or out of employment John M Mulloy who inaugurated the movement that resulted in such large gains for each of the four divisions announced that Peter J Cusick was the winner of the solid gold watchoffered for the St Patricks day membership contest Secretary Cusick did faithful work securing fiftysix candidates almost as many as all the other members of Division 1 put together The otherI watch goes to Martin Sheehan of Divis ion 3 After getting settled in the new hall arrangements will be made by the county officers for their prenentation which will likely be made the occasion for a general meeting The committee that procured the handsome gift for State President Keenan were commended for their excellent taste and judgment and were dis I charged Resolutions were adopted providing for the obligation of all elected candi dates at the next meeting which will be held at the new hall in the Hopkins Theater building on Tuesday evening April lirfor wtirchthe Secretarywill send out special notices The degree team headed by Toni Walsh Tomtt Dolan and James Barry were instructed- to prepare for an initiation on April 25 when the degrees will be conferred onII those who failed to be present on March 17 For this night It is thought the Literary Committee may also arrange a sbortI but interesting programmeIUnder the good of the order Martin Cusick former State President paid aInice compliment to James Barry who represented the division at the St Pat ricks day initiation aud also to Messrs Dave Reilly and Patrick Sullivan whose work was declared the best ever seen here and all agreed with him President Barry responded by saying he never experienced such a happy feeling as he did on March 17 when he saw the success that had crowned their efforts to show appreciation of the workers and build up their noble organization Along I the same lines Attorney Tom Walsh expressed I himself highly gratified with theII high character of the new members and the splendid effects that would result from the grand gatheringII John M Mulloy to whom more thanII anyone rise the Hibernians are Iindebted j for their big gains andthecelebration that reflects such credit on the Hiber I nians was well satisfied but wanted the celebration soon repeated National Director Butler when called upon said no one was more pleased thanII himself with the splendid results achievedand the news that went backII to National President Dolan and John Dorsey of Syracnse in response to their congratulatory telegrams read at tbec banquet was such that they mighttt rejoice overIBefore the adjournment announcement was made of the death of the wifeC oi Martin Norton and the division afterII the meeting repaired to the residence toI offer condolence to the bereaved bus band who for many years has been a- aithful I member of Division 1 I c S S BISHOP SPALDINO BerrERII For the first time since he suffered a 1 stroke of paralysis Bishop John L Spalding of Peoria 111 left his rest dence Saturday going for a carriage i ride accompanied by his brother Dr Spalding and a nurse The Bishop shows the effects of the long enforced confinement but says he is feeling greatly improved The first of April be j expects to go to Hot Springs Arkcwhere he will remain for some time in the hope of further benefiting his healthIj He will be accompanied by Father Reardon of Chicago and two names S ANOTHER WARNING Alfred Thorpe a thirteenyearold boy livingat 2167 Columbia street was drowned in the river at the foot of Fifth street where with other boys he was playingin a skiff Young Thorpe lost his balance and fell In the swift current and the efforts of his companions to rescue him were frnitlws Parents should warn their boys to keep away from the canal and river because they ar unaware of the dangers that confron- them The funeral took place Sunda morning from St Anthonys church the day that had been set for the unfortunate boy to make his first communion INDIGNANT Over Report That lie Would Oppose Judge John McCann Mr Norton L Goldsmith who hasI made an enviable record as Assistant Commonwealths Attorney felt indignant Monday morning over the report in the Herald that he would become a candi date for Judge of the Police Court a place for which be is in every way quail fied As soon as he read the statement Mr Goldsmith hastened to Judge Mc Cann and assured him that he had never entertained a thought of becoming a candidate but that he had always been for the present incumbent who was a credit to the bench and bar and was ready to take the stump and make speeches for him The illfounded report was started without consulting the As sistant Prosecutor Mr Goldsmith is one of the ablest Ilawyers in Louisville and the time will come when he will sit on the bench of our higher courts if he desires Monday night the Louisville Elks elected him their Fxalted Ruler LADY LIMERICK Beautiful Countess Will Tour United States In Aid of Dublin Charities The beautiful Countess of Limerick has decided to come to the United States to give a aeries of concerts in the large cities in aid of various Dublin charities The concert tour will extend to three months Meanwhile Lady Limerick has been in correspondence with Mrs George Cornwallis West who ranks second after the Countess as the best lady amateur pianist in the country Lady Limerick will take Mrs Wests advice as to the programme and the musicians who will accompany her on the tour and at pres ent she Is practicing five hours a day at Dromore Castle the Limerick seat in IrelandLady Limerick should create a sensation in America She Is typically Irish jlooking witu rfoIeTeyes long lashes and Jratty features a 4lr understandstbe art of dressing Her boy Vucount Glent worth Is now ten years old and Is being educated at an English private school Lidy Limericks father Burke Irwin of Drogheda Ireland was one of the finest amateur violinists in Ireland Queen Alexandra who has often heard Lady Limerick play is deeply interested in the tour It was Lady Limerick who first conceived the idea of presenting every soldier in the Irish Guards with a bunch of shamrocks on St Patricks day BALANCING POWER Irish Nationalists Likely to Hold It After Next Election It is not at all improbable that after the Government has gone to the country and the smoke of battle has cleared away it will be found that the Irish Nationalists hold the balance of power in the Commons They come very near it now and when they have actually ar rived at a position in which they have power to dictate one may be sure that IUpI port Until recently their strongest hope of securing genuine reform in Ireland has been through the Unionist party Now it seems they are free lances ready to cast in their lot with the organization which will assure them the most for their votes The Irish representatives and the Irish people are a good deal out of patience with Balfour and his associates who threw over Wyndham and tried to discredit Sir Anthony MacDon nell the Under Secretary at the behest of a small number of kickers from Ulster One does not need to be an Irishman nor a Catholic but needs merely to have sympathy with the Irish people as a whole and with their aspirations to a better Government and a Government of their own making to feel the utmost contempt for a Government that would sacrifice a Minister like Wyndham and aim to make a scapegoat of an official like MacDonnell in order to retain a few votes and to stave off for a few more weeks or months the inevitable down fall SPECIAL SUPPERS The ladies of the Catholic Womens Club will serve special suppers and luncheon Monday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings for those who will attend Macauleys Theater during the performance of Parsifal next week There will be prompt service and a splendid menu DESERVED PROMOTION Anthony J Sheridan has been ap pointed local agent for the Louisville Nashville railroad at East Louisville He has for some time been chief clerk at the local freight office of the company at First and Water streets The appoint menUs effective today and though his fellowclerks regret to lose him they rejoice over his deserved promotion PENALDAYSY Covered a Period of One IIun dred and ThirtvSix Years The Torture and Tyranny In flirted Upon tlie People ofIreland Barbarous Treatment of Clergy and All Known to Bo Catholics ti s DARK PAGE IN ENGLANDS HISTORY fromthepassage of the emancipation act in 1828 or 136 years The Irish race were serfs in their land tyrannyandInstigatedby Catholic or send him abroad for that purpose underA pricewasandthewere like andthroughsquires and in many cases shot or hung and andbowelseyes Ifa family desired to worship God they hall to steal out in the dead of night creep along old bypaths in the shadows of hedges wade through rivers and hide in some deep mountain glen where the poor holy naked priest under a little booth covered with heather and a floor soaked with water celebrated the holy sacrrifice of the mass estateinlandfromson turned against his father and became a Protestant he was by law investedwith title to any lands his father might secretly own The Irishman was thus reduced to a mere squatter on the lands of his forefathers Neither could he have arms in hisany possession nor even a knife and fork unless chained to the table He could not possess a horse of greater value than 25 and if he raised one of greater valUftaTiyprotestanTmtght take it away on paying 25 for it He injuryhoweverassumed that there were no Catholics in Irelandand in addition to that their OrangeJudgesbe impaneled upon the jury and all were bound by oaths to assist each other against the papists He might be waylaid and beaten or even killedand there was no redress Ills wife and daughters might be assaulted and abused by a drunken villain 1 powerlesl testants were formed in various parts of the country to rub burn kill and mur der Catholics and the latter had to combine in selfdefense- In Armagh the peep oday boys the forerunners of the Orangemen used to go about the countries in bodies about the break of day hence their name and destroytheand barns driving off cattle and sheep or killing and destroying them on the farms and if the people made any resist ance the ruffians shot them down In Louth the Protestantsquires formed pleasedtomembers of these noble associations drank themselves into frenzy it was their custom to sally forth well armed break into Catholic houses abuse the women and even murder the men if they offered resistance Then tbecoHell Fire Club bills1 would set fire to the buildings and shout and laagh and jeer at the unfor beingdestroyedmight be thought incredible if the per petrators themselves had not left records by way of bravado of their nocturnal M exploits for the edification of their suc cessorsKArid with a knowledge of all these villainies perpetrated upon the ancestors presentdaywhyIrishmen plainTheinflicted upontheand nineteenth centuries were engraven on the hearts of those who suffered and they transmitted the marks to the hearts of their descendants The burning hatred of John Dillon and William OBrien are but the outpourings of the sufferings of their ancestors in the penal days In dividual men may forget and forgive wrongs inflicted upon themselves but nations can not When the iron heel of oppression iis made to eater the flesh of a whole people it can never be effaced The tyrant may labor to heal the wound but his labor is in vain The memory of past injuries is never forgiven The Irish race prove the truth of this maxim and the Boers will yearshenceMany dispatches from South Africa complain of the treatment accqrded the hardy Burghers and numerous violation of made at Wararereportee u 1 a 7 i f t Y 7A 3 r JI QNTUOKY IRISH RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN llasotet4 to the Moral and Social Advaacmont of ell Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS w SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Umlsvllle Postofflce as Second C1ase Matter 1Kiieriall Comtnnnlcallonstotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qrecn Street TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL i 1905 OUR GROWING CITY Louisville is today one of the most prosperous cities in the Unite States and is the metropolis of the South The citys growth has bee steady both in population an wealth duiing the past ten years This city never was a boom town and probably never will be but the large increase in the number of t manufactories and the volume o business done during the past fe years has caused favorable comment t In financial and business circles w everywhere New hotels new fac rtortes and office buildings are goin up and real estate is more actively in demand than ever before The old buildings in the central part offt the city are gradually making way for new ones According to statis tics compiled by the Building In spector the present year will be the most prosperous one in the history a of the citys building trades More v plans and specifications have been InspectoPr than ever before and more permits for buildings of all kinds will betaken out this spring than ever t known in I ouisvilles history The city is spreading out Great man ufactories like the L N shops iinI South Louisville are going up an- f l capitalists are looking about for investments here not only in man ufactories but in real estate banking and mercantile pursuits New stores are being opened almost daily and old stores are being enlarged and rejuvenated Louisville is at the gateway t the great South and Southwest an the indications point to her steady growth during the next decade The municipal government wide awake and is making arrangements to build new streets and sewers to improve its fire and police service and to keep pac with other great American cities The future of Louisville looks bright indeed for the year 1905 and future years- KENTUCKY IN HALL OF FAME There is an enabling act of Congress permitting each State to place in the Hall of Statuary at Washington two of her most distinguished citizens Kentucky has not yet availed herself of this right but of course she will do so The idea as we understand it iis to present the figures of distin guished pioneers who blazed the way for civilization in early time or in later times stood for civil and religious liberty The figures of James Marquette the pioneer k Jesuit priest already adorns the Hall of Fame in Washington hay ing been selected as one ol the representatives from the State of MinnesotaKentucky has not yet discussed the subject much less indicated who should be her representatives We would suggest the names of William Preston who was born in the County Donegal Ireland and who was the first surveyor of Ken Plucky of Daniel Boone who paved the way for early civilization of Simon Kenton of Benedict Joseph Flaget a pioneer missionary of Martin John Spalding a distin guished scholar and historical writer of Theodore OHara poet and soldier and others not now committed tQ our memory Of course Henry Clay is not to be for I gotten neither are the Breckin Tidges or the Crittendens but the statues of pioneers are the most fitting Nb one would complain fprinstance if the State of Ken i tacky would select the figure of t1lewLyons one worthy ofII f bel gin the Hall of Fame t I t G- i Mathew Lyon brought the first printing press and type to Ken representativde in Congress from three States claimen ardothers but we disist Suggestions are in order from other sources THE HABIT OF GRUMBLING fSome few editors of Irish Cath arwe given to grumbling and kicking against their fellowmen without just cause The Milwaukee Citi IgnI a recent editorial under the captionI What is a Good Man our Mil off its way to slur our IrishAmericans- in discussing the qualifications of men for municipal offices Itt says among other things tha t the kind of politician that takes well among the Irish is a jolly goodI fellow yet the man of this char acter is prone to accept money from corporations etc etc Why should our Milt aukee con temporary single out the Irish as offenders in this particular Are not the generality of men who mix iu politics whether they be Irish tdo side with the good fellow as against the coldblooded man It does not follow that because a man1 is a good fellow that he is cor IrishAmericants in this couutry make few mistakes in supporting municipal candidates rightoabldstudents of American social con ditions The slur in the Milwaukee journalswhose editor claims Irish ances try And again here is the Gaelic theeBishops and priests of Ireland l who crawl before fin Englishl King in inviting the distinguished Catholic Duke of Norfolk to be the chief guest at the consecration of the Cathedral of Armagh The Gaelic American would have the distinguished English Catholic Duke excluded because in politics he is opposed to the doctrine o home rule for Ireland Such criti cisms as these are unworthy of Irishmen and of Catholics For a Catholic paper to assert that the patriotic bishops and priests of Ire land crawl before an English andswithout truth Kickers like the editor ot the Milwaukee Citizen and the Gaelic American ought to go way back and take something for their liversTHe HABIT OF SAVING There are a number of savings institutions in Louisville where small sums are received weekly or at the convenience of the small depositor Other small savings banks are being started here and all should be encouraged Louis yule is far behind Eastern and Northern cities in the number of its savings banks for small deposit ors but she is making good pro gress The habit of saving a small sum each week is to be com mended It makes a man woman or child have confidence in himself or herselffSpeaking on this sub ject tile Indianapolis Star of a recent date has an editorial which applies with as much force to Lou isville as it does to Indianapolis The Star says in part It is a mere axiom to say that it is much easier for the Majority of people to ears money than to save it The ability to save is a very general one BHioBg wage nUN ad salaried people a4 k fey oo means confined to rite t y4 c 0 1 classes that comelunder the observation of charity workers The loan associa tions at one timelso numerous and flour ishing in this city gained their patron age and popularity largely because of theI fact that they called for regular weekly or monthly deposits of stated sums and shareholders therefore made the pay ments as a partof their routine expenses Since the change in Interest rates and the passage of unfavorable laws caused these associations to go out of business or to become unprofitable nothing has quite taken their place as a depository forjsmall savings Trust com panies to which many have turned as the best available substitute do not quite meet thelneed since they do not require deposits of fixed sums on aped fied dates In establishing the habit of laying aside each week even so smell an amount as ten cents the lesson is soon learned of the importance and desirabil ityof having a reserve fund and the effort is soon to be made to increase the deposit indRome on March 25 and continued theeAnnunciation was chosen for the solemn dedication of the Grotto of Lourdes erected in the Vatican garden by the late Pope and greatly enlarged by Pius X as on this day falls the fortyseventh anni versary of the apparition of the Virgin to Bernadette Soubiron at Lourdes in 1857 Great prepara Itions were made for the occasion Iand a large number of reac pilgrims arrived in Rome to wit ness the ceremony Many Prenc- Bishops also were here arrayed iin pontifical vestments among them tthe Bishops of Grenoble Nice Nantestt Evreaux Lucon and Oran On Tuesday April 4 there will be an election in Chicago for Mayor and other city officials The campaign has been waged by the Democrats on the question of municipal ownership of public utilities such as the street ca lines Judge Dunne the Demo cratic nominee for Mayor has come out strongly for municipal owner ship and the campaign is one of the hottest that has been waged iin many years even in Chicago The election of Judge Dunne is pre dieted by Democrats and conserva lives His opponent is Attorney Harlan a native of Kentucky and thee United States Supreme Court The entry of several new Landi dates for Democratic nominations at the primary election to be held on April 25 has livened up matters politically and the canvass prom lises to be a very lively one from poltslThe Democratic Committee has promised that all of the candidates will be given a fair show in the primary and that every vote will be counted for the candidate for whom the ballot is cast It is use less to cry fraud in advance or to counteffor any one faction There is no evidence to warrant such a assertion The French Government afte all its bluster about the separation of Church and State is evidently afraid to obrogate the Concordat which Combes threatened to do many months ago Leading men in France agree that it would greatly injure the nation to abolish the Concordat It would hurt the French much more than it could possibly injure the Vatican Now is the time of Lent and everyone should be better and strive to continue so He who pretends to know every thing as a rule knows very little Base ball is now on usand the young boy will have a good time Remember your Easter duty It may be your last SAME OLD STORIES Another base ball season is ripe and as the usual preliminary we have the goldbrick games with us under the appella tion of the Colts versus the Vets as a change for those other stereotyped titles Regulators Mad the Yanigans Also the same old tales of what wonderful finds in the minor leagues that have been dis covered by our popular Manager Tebeau and his able assistant in the newspaper I boosting liae Cpt Dexter Everyother 1 sporting writer with the exception of O101rI local ones predicts that Louisville will not have even a look in qrtbe pennant neIhavel raetbw weason and if that proves ne tbea wtCfitt took f r tbe exk of Tefeftv e I 695963 I SOCIETY i Miss Nora McDonough of Portland has been visiting friends at Floyd Knobs IndGeorge Dehler Jr has been spending ten days in rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Miss Annie Fitzgibbon has had as her guest Miss Margaret Maya pretty girl from Central City After spending a week with her sisters Miss Bertha Mahoney has returned to her home at Waddy Mrs Sam Boldrick has returned home after a delightful visit to Mrs Kate Boldrick at Lebanon Miss Gertrude Purcell of 1018 East Market street has just recovered from a slght attack of the grip Miss Margaret Flynn of Portland has gone to Memphis where she will make her home with her brother Mrs W T Mattingly has returned from Loretto where she visited her mother Mrs Emily Cummins Miss Mollie Kennedy arrived from In dianapolis last week to visit Miss Aurelia Kennedy at Pleasure Ridge Park Miss Emma Dawson who arrived last week to visit Louisville friends has re turned to her home at New Haven Misses Mollie Mattingly and Anna girlshwere here visiting forhNew on a trip be absent from the city for some time Mrs John C Flanagan of Jefferson vine is in Fort Worth Texas the guest of her mother Mrs Martha McPherspn Col and Mrs John Moran nee Goss were the guests of Mr and Mrs Michael Hannon of 930 Frankfort avenue last week Mrs William J Chawk Jr and chil dren of 1225 Seventh street left for Cleveland this week to speud a month with relatives Misses Mary McGill and Alice Mann asrthe guests of the Misses Johnson on Fourth avenue Emile Mouth the popular Secretary of Trinity Council Y M I is now able to be out after a severe illness of three weeks duration Thomas Hagan who was here to spend a few days with his mother Mrs Ejiza beth Hagan 3211 Third avenue has r turned to Jellico Tenn Little Elizabeth Doyle who has been ill at the residence of her parents on O street is reported greatly improved and on the road to recovery Charles H Rapier and daughter Miss Anna who were the guests of Mrs Richard Dawson left last Saturday fo their home at New Haven Miss Clara Erdman who was the guest of Mrs George Burk at Lebanon has been spending tbe past week with Mrs Thomas Moore at Bardstown Miss Hazel Flynn and Clifford Fowler left Saturday for their homes in Coving ton after a very pleasant visit with Dais s bide Howard in Jeffersonville J F Scanlon and bride who returned last week from an extended honeymoon trip have gone to housekeeping and are at home to their friends at 2727 Alford avenue formedr ball player now i business in Minneapolis is here visiting Vesnt Main street Miss Lillian James who was the guest tbre first of the week to visit friends at Bards town before returning to her home at Dayton Ohio A pretty little girl visitor arrived last week and there 3s great rejoycing at the Garvey home1473 Sixth street Thats why Papa Tom has been so jubilant for the past ten days rRobert J Hagan Prosecuting Attorney of the City Court and his wife arrived home Monday after a short visit to Mr and Mrs J WMuir Mrs Hagans pa rents at Bardstown Miss Catherine Hickey of Shipp street boa just been removed home from Sto Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where she had been ill with typhoid fever for the past several weeks Mrs William Pattersons many friends were greatly pleased to see her out again this week after illness that con fined her to her home on West Main street for nearlytwQ months Mr Carlos OConnell of Eminence who Is quite well known here is home on a visit having been located in the East during the past year in connection with a prominent racing stable John Hendricks 218 Clay street is the proud father of a fine boy and for the past week has been entertaining hosts of friends in honor of the little fellow who is sold to very much resemble his popular papaIDennis J Meagher the well known grocer is rapidly recovering from hisI recent attack of pneumonia This good news will be gladly received by Mr Meaghecs many friends who were anxious about his condition bliss May Semonin daughter of our popular and efficient County Clerk is able to lie wit againl after an illness that caoreed tier hyetHk e maeaalneu- II r oo oooooo oooooooooooooo 11Certificate NoLouisville Ky qq 190 f THE STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT HOUSE FURNISHING CLUB IMembership Certificate The payment of Two Dollars entitles the bearer to one years membership in theJ Bacon iSons House Furnishing Club and all the benefits tinder following conditions ist Applicants must be industrious and oftgpo3 cKfftractcr oV firiri1t- 2d The purpose of the Club is to cnableyou to buj+ Furniture Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains and Stoves on WEEKLY PAYMENTS the same price your READY CASH WOULD BUY them If1itht I your purchases 3rd NO INTEREST IS CHARGED on orir purchases Should you become sick or dis ablcd an extension of payments will be granted if acoHJRjjate from the attending physician stating facts is presented at the office of J Bacon Sons W4S l 11 t 4th On a purchase not exceeding 2500 you pay 8200 weekly tt u i ennn I g00rru L r paidrU tr U U 10000 b 500II SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR LARGER JPURCHASES MAY BE MADE WITH CREDIT MAN OF J BACON SONS 5th Upon last payment you will obtain absolutei ossession and be released from all obligations to J Bacon SOsfLarger payments can be trade which is advisable If members have money to spare A Membership Ticket will be issued to each member and same must be shown to salespeople at time of purchasing Signifying a willingness to abide by the cbndjtipns above stated and being desirous of becoming a member and participating in the privileges of the J Bacon Sons House Furnishing Club I herebyagreeto pay 8200 for membership tp i Signed 00 I I Address ri Witness K N BWe reserve the privilege of cancelling above Certificate and returning the 200 paid for same if upon investigation we find parties not entitled to credit on above terms 0000000000VVVVV VV18 Veee eee6Veee Miss May is a charming girl and iis ofeher father and already has made many votes for him Miss Helen Featherstone daughter of John J Featherstone of 1412 Longest avenue entertained a party of her little friends and playmates last Sunday after noon the occasion being her seventh birthday Games were indulged in by- r the little folks and several musical selections were rendered The many friends of Eugene H Baum garten who is completing his studies in the Indiana University at Bloomington were glad to greet him this week He has been home for a ten days vacation which be spent with his parents Mr ands Mrs Henry Baumgarten 1751 Preston He will return to the college next Mon day The little son that arrived recently at the home of Undertaker Al Smith has been given the name of Granville in honor of Gran W Smith who was the founder of the Catholic Knights and Ladies and for many years prominent inn public affairs in this city Young Gran is a lusty boy and promises to be as strenuous and active as was his respected ancestor The euchre given at the residence of Mrs Emily Purdon last Wednesday afternoon and evening proved quite a success a large crowd being in attend ance The proceeds were donated to a worthy charitable purpose and the ladle in charge desire to tender their hearty thanks to the donators of prizes and others who assisted in making the affair a success One of the happiest events of the pres ent season was the anniversary celebra tion of Mrs Walter N Haldeman who on Monday became seventyeight years old The members of her family and a number of friends assembled at Mrs Haldemans home 906 Fourth avenue to tender congratulations and were charmingly entertained by the venerable lady who yet continues young despite her many years BUY FINE LOT POP Unity Councils New Home and Hall In New Albany I Unity Council Y M I of New Albany last Monday bought of John Crane the splendid lot at East Ninth and Market streets and will at once begin the erection of a fine hall and club house for the members of that splendid Catholic young mens society The lot fronts sixty feet on Market street and is situated midway between Holy Trinity and St Marys churches and the location is regarded the most desirable that could be wished for The deal was conducted by President Andrew Hinkebein Charles Pfeffer and other members who will at once organ ize a building committee and proceed with the erection of a building that will equal if apt surpass any club house in Indiana For to years the Kentucky Iriria American b s advised this step and 100 5 NoVenber Jslootlon 100CS THOMAS SHELLEY CancliaAt For TAX RECEIVER 1 SUBJECT TO ACTION OF TUB DEMOCRATIC PARTY 19O5 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 SQUIRE JOHN M ADAMS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubj- ect to the Action of the Democratic Parly 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 ALF V OLDHAM Or1IDATi FOR COURTSubject 7UtACTtULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Mat- ineePARSIFALFriday and Saturday Nights and Satur day Matinee THE GIRL AND THE BANDIT HOPKINSNowThoatorWeek Commencing Sunday Matinee April 2 TWO SHOWS DAILY Ri turn Engagement of KITAMURAS JAPSO- rlinlal Jugglers and Gymnasts feUeriCliffordBurns Ned Nye and 3 Constantine Sisters comedy Count De Bntz cycle wonder and the i Biographwth moving picture of Washington inaugural NEXTHerrmann the Great BUCKINGHAMr f WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY APB 2 Matinee Snndty Monday Wednesday Sttardt FULTONS Jolly rasa WOWS CREKTEST OF ALL BUftLESOUES Introducing Snltr Moore 4he German comedian Charles JJurk art Hebrew comedian Carlton auijrexre and other pleasing specialties f lit now congratulates Unity CpuncU upon the wisdom of its action and hopes to soon see an elegant and commodious home dedicated to the young men of oqr riatercity he Kentucky Irish American doe retclaw job printiaghCtlSiss PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGONN MflNUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Spring styles in bats Special stylet for boys for firstcommnnion and confirmation u rr Ii a NTUCXY IRISH A10t1 RIO LW r ALBERT CHARCTON I CANDIDA TE FOR STATE SENATOR38th Senatorial District 8th 9th 10th 11th and 12th Wards DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TUESDAY APRIL 25 19os P S RAYXT OR County Assessor JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY DH RUSSELL CANDIDATE FOR SENATORFRO- M THE THIRTYEIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT COMPOSED OP TilE EIGHTH NINTH TENTH ELEVENTH TWELFTH WARDS Subject to Action of Democratic Party Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer j 4 Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Shtirt Notice 4 700 WEST WALNUT STREET jj TELEPHONE 810 1t I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JI Jm BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST TumiN STREETWith 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 HHHI H I I IH I 111 I 1 H I I I HHI IIH I H H Jut HInH +++++j THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer i jAll Galls Promptly Attended tp Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions jjJBoth Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET Mi I MHI 1 1 iI IH + I I I I I 1H I I IH H IH+H +JI I I H H I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I NI I J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShortI1 III1F1II I IiI iii1 + 1 t I I H JoJ 1 P HI N f t DflNIEL JJ DOUGHERTY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER BOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES rUBNISHE FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West MarketfStreetBet12tb and I3ib AN Cola Answered ptlDIy or Night 10 H n HH n tH Bn + H t ft tH 1 n a n- c W H PIPES 347 FIFTH STREET Real Estate N Loans Quick Money on Real EstateAny Amounts Bring Your Deed Houses and Lots Boughts and Sold Loans Negotiated MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 WJefferson Street OTTO E VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Cumb 1130 KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day ht Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 1111 80 Established 1 863 JOHN BRATTtRMAN Successor to Mrs deorge Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four Route 559 Fourth Ave or write to S J Gates Genl Agent Passenger Ant Louisville Rv- DEATH WAS SUDDEN Last Sunday evening telegrams were received announcing the death at Vevay Ind of Mrs Ann Strain the aged mother of Mrs Thomas Tarpey of this city Mrs Strain was seventythree years old and had long been a resident of Vevay coming there from New York when quite young The funeral took place Wednesday and was attended by people who came for miles to pay their tribute of respect to her whom they held in high esteem Mr and Mrs Tarpey and Miss Elizabeth Tarpey left upon receipt of the sad news and will return home today HOPE ITS TRUE Editor John J Barry of the New Haven Echo made a flying visit to St Mary last Sunday says the Lebanon Enterprise and it is rumored about that he is seriously thinking of becoming a Benedict soon The bachelors of Mackin Council and old boys of the Young Mens Institute one and all pray the rumor proves true as then there would be some hope for them Though not strikingly handsome John would make an ideal husband and fortunate will be the woman who captures him LECTURED AT MT STERLING Rev Father William B Ryan of Winchester lectured before a large audience in St Patricks church at Mt Sterling last Thursday night His subject was Who Is the Defender of the Christian Religion and those who had the good fortune to hear him were delighted with the able and convincing manner in which he discussed his subject Father Ryan is a forcible yet pleasing speaker and possesses the droll Irish wit that always takes with large audiences GREAT DAY FOR THEM A big class of boys will make their first holy communion at St Johns church Clay and Walnut on Sunday morning April 9 and the event is being looked forward to with unusual interest For some time past the boys have been receiving special instructions from Very Rev Father Bar who never tails to devote time and attention for their proper preparation for the first approach to the holy sacrament a day that is great for all of them- LEXINGTONS ANNIVERSARY At the recent meeting of the American Irish Historical Society held in New York City it was voted to observe the anniversary of the battle of Lexington which occurs on April 19 and the Boston members were constituted a committee of the whole with full powers to make arrangements for the celebration This will be the fourth time the society has commemorated the anniversary men tioned LOCATES HERE Julius Miller who former conducted a wet goods exchange at Seventh and Spring streets1 tiaNewr Albany has lust purchased the saloon of Jo OConnell v iJ IJ J v I SOCIETY DIRECTORYY I A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter T Cusick 1911 Bank Itree- tTreasurerlhomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretaryJol1n Morris Financial Secretary Pat King 1818 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD J Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HenneasyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION I JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Plans Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Michael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y lX I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentWilliam Kerberg First Vice PresidentW Shaughnessy Second Vice President B J Sands Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Laute Corresponding SecretaryF Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Marshal John Kenney Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 78 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President Joseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beck Recording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer Treasurer Will N Gast MarshalJacob Pfalzer KenipfOutside SATOLLI COUNCIL 162 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave President John J Crotty First Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava naRh Financial 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 SentinelWilliam J OSulli van at Seventh and Zane streets this city Mr Miller is pretty well acquainted here and can easily take care of the flourish ing trade that had been built up by Mr OConnell WILL MAKE GOOD Harry E Lally the well known local ball player who played with Clarksdale the champions in the Delta league has HARRY E LALLY signed with the Hattiesburg Miss team in the cotton States league and will play second base his regular position Mr Lallj is a very fast man and with a few years experience in the minor leagues will no doubt prove himself eligible for the major leagues Harry has a host of local friends and admirers especially among the ladies who wish him a successful career in his profession WELL SELECTED CHOIR The services at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on Wednesday and Friday evenings during Lent are largely attended this being due in a great measure tothe splendid choir under the direc tion of Miss Dollie Burns assisted by Misses Virginia Barrett Ella OConnell Gertrude Purcell Josephine Hoeriz May Bradley Maggie Wallace Mesara Al Raymond and Tony Barrett Rev Father I ervertolick a coapcteBt choir u J U II t h BEAUTIFUL TEETHA- dd to the attractiveness of a IIAISHCKSOIVIE DFAOJE I The popularity of my Dentistry is the I I result of honest application of the most- perfect professional knowledge I admit it IS possible to secure service equal to mine but at much higher prices DR HIJJ COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Bulldlof 551 FOURTH AVENUE HEIRUJPULSP U DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEEDI Phone ass 528 Fifth Street 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 WINES LIQUORS CI6ARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 4432 W GREEN ST GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR II STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail yourdruggistBros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky MACAULEYS Parsifal the greatest operatic pro duction ever attempted upon the American stage comes to Macauleys for the first three nights of next week with Wednesday matinee This opera is Wag ners masterpiece and its translation has been solved with success The curtain will rise for the first act at 630 oclock when an intermission will be taken for supper Nothing to equal Parsifal has ever before been attempted here The Girl and the Bandit will be the offering Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee HOPKINS THEATER Kitamuras Japanese troupe will be the headliner at the Hopkins next week This is the company of acrobats and gymnasts from the Orient who created something akin to a sensation when they appeared at this vaudeville house earlier in the season Several additions have been made to the troupe it is said and the Japs are making their farewell tour of the country before returning home BUCKINOHAM Next weeks bill at the Buckingham is a great one and is heralded as the great est of all burlesque shows German Hebrew and ethiopian comedians acro bats dancers musicians and sciolists will furnish a varied but pleasing enter tainment The burlesque features are amusing and will present a number of laughable surprises MASONIC The Show Girl which will be the Masonic Theater attraction next week is brimful of jolly music hilarious fun and comic situations As a show piece its spectacular features are declared to be brilliant and elaborate and its display of handsome ladles is notable NEVER PAILS Boil a pint of currant jam in a pint of water cooking slowly then mix a spoonful of arrow root smoothly in water and pour the boiling jam water over it This never fails to give relief when ones throat has that harsh rasping feeling LEMONS FOR HEADACHE Rubbing slices of lemon on the tem plea and back of the neck will soothe some kinds of headache Another way of taking lemon for a bilious headache and one said to bl a cure is to put a tea spoonful of juice into a small cup of black coffee It is far better however to use lemons freely at all times and so keep the liver active and avoid btlioni tendencies r To clean aril enameledt bath take one heaped teaspodttftil of kitchen salt Moisten it with IjwrjwHtioe and with it course bath jTJjea rub with a clean cloth Before beginaiBg operations take care that the bath It perfectly dry Q u n- t n if fi H S MCNUTTCANDIDAT FOR STATE SENATOR37th Senatorial DistnctIst 2nd 3rd 4tb 5th and 6th Wards Subject lo Action of the Democratic Party FRflNK FEHR BREWING GO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers 11LOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 1t3HB Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINKs Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY 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Also special home seekers rates to the West and Southwest on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chair cars oh all of our St Louis trains Direct connections Su Louis Union station with all lines to the Wtand Southwest L J IRWIN General Pasaeager Agent LcmiiyiUe Ky r l DRINK tl6nruGe WflLsKiL BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson StreetrTELEPHONE 1140 SOMETHING NEW r Variable Tours to Florida Viarsoutnern Railway And Queen Crescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter tourist tickets good going via Asheville through the land of the sky and beautiful sapphire country and returning via Atlanta and Chattanooga or vice versa are now on sale at low rates The Florida Limitedsolid train of finest Pullman drawing room sleepers and vestibuled coaches with dining car service en route leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent route 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The ladles auxiliary will discuss plans at the meeting Wednesday for giving some social affaIr lmmedlately after Lent The Ladies Auxiliary will meet on Wednesday evening and a large attendance is expected to view their new quare tersThe joke Pat Liston perpetrated on himself and National Director Butler was enjoyed by all at the meeting Tuesda nightDivision 4 is striving to have a large class for that little initiation of its own at its first meeting in the new hall on Wednesday evening April 12 Jerry Kavanagh who is a candidate for the Legislature from the Eighth and Ninth wards is a member of Division 4 and one of its most eloquent speakers President John Hennessy of Divisic 4 has just been presented with a black thorn cane and a fancy silk handkerchi by Edward Joyce who just returned from a trip to Ireland John Mulloy Martin Cusick and Mark Ryan compose the Literary Committee for Division 1 They are expected tto- soon arrange a programme of exercises with which to entertain the members after Lent There would not be much surprise were the Hibernians of this city to soon take practical steps toward the purchase of a home for the order When the move is once made there will be no step backward The Kentucky Irish America believes there are thousands of men not members of the order who would glad assist such an undertaking STRONG APPEAL For Funds to Complete Father Pikes New and Pretty Church The Rev James JPike the belove and bard working pastor of St Charles congregation in Marion county has made a stirring appeal to Catholics of that section to contribute liberally to a collection to be taken up on Passion Suc day April 9 when it is hoped to realize a sum sufficient to pay for the plasterin and pews of the handsome new church which will then be completed and paid for The amount required is only about 2500 and those who know the good priest hope his efforts will be crowne with success Father Pike is more than particularly anxious at the present time to finish the church for this year ends the term of his twentyfifth auniversai in the priesthood and that within the next few months The members of the congregation and their friends should respond cheerfully and liberally to the appeal of him who has labored so long and faithfully for them without ever a murmur and whose ambition it is to leave behind a house of God that wIll stand as a monument for future genera tions FATHER HICKEY Confirmed as Coadjutor Blsh op of the Rochester Diocese Monday morning the Associated Press says the Pope held a secret consistor without creating any Cardinals merely preconizing Bishops The only America was the Right Rev Thomas F Hickev who was confirmed as Coadjutor Bishop of Rochester N Y Monsignor Zibic Racicot was confirmed as Auxiliar Bishop of Montreal Quebec All the Cardinals met in the hall of the consis tory of the Vatican where they receiver the Pontiff The Pontiff then deliverer an allocution and immediately afterward proceeded to the precoaization of Bish ops The allocution in moderate terms deplored the persecution from which the church suffered in some countries and complained of recent events in France where beside the diplomatic rupture be tween the republic and the Papacy the statesmen are preparing for the aepara tion of church and State for which the Pontiff asserted again the Vatican wai not responsible as had been alleged The rupture was to be deplored MACKIN COUNCIL Members Will Receive Holy Communion Tomorrow Week Mackin Council had a well attended meeting Monday night receiving another application Henry Thlema was reported recovering from an attack or pneumonia Harry Thorpe was pres entand his short talk was very interest- Ing Upon motion the council decided upon Sunday April g as the time for making the Easter communion Word was received that the new ritual is ready and that the degree team will start to work at once The gymnasiums growing in popularity and a steady ncrease continues in the number attending and taking lessons HALEY GUARDS The military company just organized at Lawreseebnrg will be known as then Paul C Barth CANDIDATE FOR MAYORDemocratic Primary April 25 1905 6haSfWilson sqFOR COUNTY JUDGE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY APRIL 25 1905 E T Schmitt CANDIDATE FOR r EITY TREASURER Democratic PrimaryIAp- ri125fifiNRY BELl CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFFDemocratic Primary April 25 Haley Guards Measurements have been taken for handsome uniforms and it Iii predicted the company will be one of the best in the First regiment of the Ken tucky State Guard The soldier boys selected their name in honor of the popu lar Adjutant General Percy Haley of Frankfort who has made an enviable record during his connection with the militia LONG DISTANCE CONTRIBUTION Quite a record breaker in the line of long distance subscriptions was received this week by William P McDonogh President of the St Louis Bertrand Church Debt Association a letter with a five dollar check inclosed being received from Miss Margaret ODonnell who is traveling in Egypt the letter being postmarked Cair i The association meets next Tuesday evening that being the date of the regular monthly meeting READY FOR ORDERS Miss Margaret Reardon the modiste- Is now prepared to receive orders for any thing in her line of business at her reel deuce 810 Oldhain street Miss Reardon iuesease plenty of practical experience- and satisfactory treatment guaranteed 7- p IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At a meeting of the Cork Industrl Development Association on the proposi tion of William Kelleher seconded by George Coates George Crosbie was unan imously reelected chairman for the ensue ing year The number of Irish emigrants last month was 1370 as compared with 901 in February 1004 The total number for the two months of the present year was 2390 as against 1613 in the correspond- Ing period of last year Dispatches received at Queenstow from Honolulu per the Cunard liner Lucania from New York state that an Irishman named George Galbraith aged eighty years recently died at Honolulu leaving an estate of 200000 He was a miner and up to hit death lived iIn squalor He left a carefully drawn will devising the most of his property to dIs- tant relatives and boyhood friends iIn Belfast and County Galway Miss A Milligan official lecturer on the Gaelic League has just returne from London where she lectured to a large and representative audience under the auspices of the Irish Literary Society The speakers on the occasion include Francis Fahay who presided Stephen Gwynn and J Boyle A lecture was also given to a Gaelic League audience in the hall of the Bishopggate Institute Dr J P Henry presiding and Introduc ing the lecturer and items of a musical programme in Irish In the Athenaeum at Limerick under the auspices of the Limerick Industry Association J E Goodbody delivere an interesting lecture on The Mlllin Industry in Ireland Mr Goodbod described the history of flour makin from the earliest ages and explained iin detail the modern methods of mane facture The lecture was admirabl illustrated by a series of pictures skill fully thrown on the screen by B Barring ing Dealing with the milling industry in Ireland at present Mr Goodbody said there is more flour manufactured in Ire land today than ever in our country history and in spite of deplorable em gration there is more flour consumed iIn Ireland than ever before The architectural changes and genera renovation of the Cathedral at Newry lince their commencement only a few months ago have within the time made extraordinary progress The outline of the new chancel grandly suggestive iin its solid granite massiveness already are rests attention being now quite twenty feet above the surface of the foundation The chancel as also the side chapel will be arched with polished granite an nulets the former being supported by ten columns of polished Newry granite four of whicheach a solid stontwlll measure thirteen feet in length Alto gether the work in its present stage of remarkable progress reflects the highest credit on the able and eminently capable contractor Denis Neary of Newry NEW PAPAL DECREE Describing Right of the Lowe Preletes to Wear Semi official Insfgna At the request of several American Bishops all the priests of the United States who have recently been promoted- to a prelature or to the position of Mon signor have been furnished with a copy of the new Papal decree describing the right of lower prelates to semiepiscopa inslgna The decree consists of eighty even articles minutely describing the rights of lower prelate and Monsignor In the matter f dress Many abuses had Found their way into the church so that recently especially in European coun tries many prelates of the lower rank assumed the color of vestments allowed only to Bishops An important feature of the decree which will make priests of the United States rank with prelates of the highest order is that granting to aU priests exercising the offices of Vicars General or of Vicars Capitular all over the world the dignity of apostolic pro tonotaries tlat instar as long as they shall hold the aforementioned offices This Ili the highest honorary prelature it the church and many American priest who apparently had been neglected it the recent distribution of honors emonj the clergy of America will now have the right to wear the purple cassock and other distinctive marks of their new honor without the necessity of obtaining- a special appointment KNIGHTS OF MALTA New Grand Master Ejected In Person of Count Thunn Hohensteln A new Grand Master of the Order of knights of Malta has been elected in the person of the Austrian candidate Count hnnn Hohenstcin He received the unanimous vote of the seventeen memo- bers of the Grand Council assembled at heir headquarters at Rome under the residency of Cardinal Rampolla the rand Prior of the order Count Hohen stein will reside in Rome where he is expected to arrive in a few days to be ormally 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