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LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY MARCH II 1905
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ST PATRICKS DAY NUMBER
Following our timehonored cus
tom the Kentucky Irish American
will issue a double number on St
Patricks day Many extra copies
of the paper will be issued and
these will have a wide circulation
both in Louisville and Jefferson
county and throughout the county YI
This special edition will contain
many interesting historic articles of
interest to Irish and IrishAmeri i
cans As an advertising medium
this issue will be particularly val 1
uable as it will reach thousands tiEa
families not reached byother news
papers It is impossible for the advertise
ing managers of the Kentucky
Irish American to see all of the
regplar advertisers in these col l
urns to say nothing of the new
ones Those who wish to avail
themselves of the space reserved
for advertisers are requested to ad
vise us by mail or call up by tel 1
ephone and their wants will be >
attended to
UNJUST AND STUPID
The editor of the Boston Pilot
who lives away off from the negro
population in an editorial in lust
weeks issue sincerely hopes that
negroes will march in the inaugural
parade and that the color line will
not be drawn If a Kentucky
nigger was to go up to Boston
and insist upon the rights that
the Pilot every now and then
prates about he would be kicked I
out of town The editor of the
Pilot knows little if anything
about the negro question except
through Boston spectacles s
Negroes are treated better in Ken i 1
tucky than they are in Boston and 1
the frequent wails from the Pilot
about the mistreatment of negroes t 1
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in the South is unjust not to say
stupid Kentucky niggers who i 1
have gone to Boston and retutned i 1
to the Dark and Bloody Ground c e
agree in saying that the spectacled
Bostonians are very polite but e e
that dont get you anything boss t I
Possibly some of these have visited s
the Pilot office All Yankees are
alike even though some of them t t
may be Irish a
WYNDHAM RESIGNS
The Orangemen have finally suc t
ceeded in forcing the lestgnation r
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of Chief Secretary Wyndham but
lie is not the man they were after C
Sir Anthony MacDonnell his Under i
Secretary who happens to be an
Roman Catholic was their target v
r At last accounts Sir Anthony was J
holding on to office In all coun r
r tries on the globe excepting Pro I
testant Ulster in Ireland religious
animosities have been buried or at
least softened but the Orange a
Irish still cling to the precept ofs f
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Cromwell lito hell with the Papt
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ists How long this breed of maln
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content will live in an enlightened
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but the British Government seems w
to foster and encourage them forl l
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political purposes in Ireland whilst
they are not tolerated in England p a
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Many State Legislatures andJI
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City Councils have increased theI
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peualties for carrying concealed
deadly weapons during the past W
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4 six months In New York Citytl
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the penalty for carrying concealed p
deadly weapons is 250 The former an
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penalty was 10 The ordinance L
changing the penalty was introL
duced by Alderman Timothy SuIct CI
livan The new ordinance lie
empowers City Magistrates notlie
cniy to Im i p6 e a 250 fine but to
commit l the carrier of concealed I
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weapons for six months The
ordinance gives the Police Comm Is
sioner power to issue permits for
Stcarrying concealed weapons as aton
espresent
Mr Jerome went to the Legis
lature to have the law changed
regarding the carrying of concealed
weapons said Alderman Sullivan
IiI have taken the matter up here
ofand we have provided the proper
ipenalty The law is a most nec
essary one Every night on the
Bowery you may hear the report ot
a half dozen pistols or so
In Louisville Judge McCann of
the Police Court is rigidly enforce
ing the law as to carrying concealed
deadly weapons
DECIDE FOR PRIMARY
The Democratic City and County
Executive Committee will meet
tltoday and decide upon a primary
election as the proper manner of
nominating candidates for city and
1county offices to be filled at the
November election The primary
plan seems fair to all Now since
the committee has outlined the
plan there is nothing to prevent
tont
candidates announcing Up to
this time they have been rather
backward j in asking support
EARLY SALOON CLOSING
There is an ordinance pending
in i the General Council providing I
ngat
that I all saloons in the city close at
12 oclock midnight and that none
shall open their doors until 5
oclock < in the morning The ordiI i I
nance i was introduced by Alderman I
Harris at the instance of the Citi i L
zens League The most interesting
feature I connected with this ordi
nance i is that most of the saloon
keepers in the city and the leading
liquor 1 dealers and brewers favor >
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the ordinance There are 898 1
saloons in Louisville Of these not
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more than 200 keep open after mid
night and of the 200 who do keep
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open after that hour more than 150t t
would be glad to have a law enacted t
closing all at midnight It is after
midnight that most of the brawls
and disgraceful happenings occur a
It is no wonder therefore that
the leading liquor dealers distillers c
and brewers favor closing at mid 1
night for their own protection c
The ordinance has been referred 1
to the Revision Committee and the t
report of this committee will be t
en
awaited with interest It is an
open secret that the leading men
right in the liquor business favor mid a
night closing but of course they
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will not take an active part in favor
of the ordinance for obvious t
reasons q
INDIANA MARRIAGE LICENSES
tThe Indiana Legislature has I
adjourned after a sixty days ses
sion One thing t 4 its credit i is
that it enacted a law making f it
ore difficult for eloping couples I D
from Kentucky to obtain marriage m
license in Jeffersonville and else J ic <
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lax system of granting marriage gl
cicenses I
proven a fruitful source of divorce
and has been the cause of innumer t
able divorce suits in Louisville and to
Jefferson county to say nothingpi p
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other Circuit Courts in this State fr
n olden times in Indiana those last
re
who wished to marry had to have w
their names posted in the market t tn
place for three weeks A bill for
act to return to this wholesome hi
custom was voted down but the and
the
Legislature did a wise thing in The
curtailing the powers of County rl4
Clerks in granting marriage Hi
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licen espa
Hereafter Jn Indiana in cities ator ret
of
a8ttbe Nicholson lap will be their
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strictly enforced This law pro
vides among other things that
saloons shall be closed at II oclock
at night and on Sundays and holi i
days The Governor of Indiana
appoints the Police Commissioners
eein cities and these Commissioners I
decide if saloons are to keep side
doors open Gov Hanly is a tee
Ieat he I
will see that the law is enforced
Those living in New Albany and
Jeffersonville will be forced to
come to Louisville for their Sunday
5drinks
Sir Wilfred Lauriers scheme for
separate schools in the two new
isprovinces in Northwestern Canada i
orwhich are to be formally established
on July i is meeting with vigorous
opposition as was expected All
the Orange element in Canada and
edmany of the Protestant ministers
are protesting against the Catholics
being given any part of the school 1
fund Premier Laurier however 1
is standing firmly by the plan he
mapped out and the result will be
awaited with interest The school 1
question is now the principal topic
discussed in Canadian politics
The Governor pf Indiana appoints
the Police Commissioners in all
cities of that State not having
special charters Gov Hanly has
instructed his Police Commissioners
that the Nicholson law regarding
saloons must be enforced strictly
The law provides that all saloons
must close at IY oclock at night
and on Sundays and holidays In
case the law is not enforced the
Commissioners will be removed l
New Albany and Jeffersonville are
under Gov Hanly s power
tThe penitential season of Lent
was opened in Louisville on
Wednesday last with the usual
services in all the churches The
Lenten services to be held i in
nearly all of the churches on Tues j
day and Friday evenings during
Lent ought to be well attended
IeThe winter just passed has been a
5severe one on young and old and
those living should give thanks
that they are still alive
iThe indications are that the
coming season wlll be the most
prosperous in the history of the
city in the building trades Col
Tilford the Inspector of buildings
Irestimates from plans submitted to
8him by architects that at least
5900000 will be spent on new
buildings in this city during the
present year This building indus
try will give employment to
thousands of men
President Roosevelt will be given
hot old time when he comes tot
Louisville on March 28 and he
deserves it The bands will play
Garry Owen and there will bet L
company of Kentucky Rough L
Riders to do him honor It is a L
pity the President didnt arrange
to come here on St Patricks day
1The statement of Dr Osler that I j
all men over forty years of age
should be chloroformed seems to I
have agita c
mootedS I
questions How old is Ann and t
Who struck Billy Patterson S
Easter Sunday the close of the
Lenten season will be on April 23
YOUNG LIFE ENDED M
Last Sunday evening after a long ill a
ness Miss Catherine Ansbro one of the c
most popular young ladles of the Domin a
lean parish died at the residence of liar
parents William and Mary Ansbro 812
Oldham street and the sad news cat a
gloom of genuine Borrow over a wide v
circle of friends as through her genial
and unassuming disposition she made o
many and was fortunate in being of a 1
type that possessed sufficient magnetism p
hold them Miss Ansbro was not only al
popular in church affairs but equally g
prominent in social circles and a host of fc
friends are griefstricken as up to the jj
few hours there were hopes for her jji
recovery The funeral took place cc
Wednesday morning from St Louis Ber
trands and was one of the largest seen
there for many a day Rev Father w
Clark O Pwas the celebrant of the in
high mass of requiem and his feeling Ci
pEthe
eyes of nearly everyone pre ± enf cc
remains were borne to their last of
resting place by Louis Dugan Dennis any
Hines Mal Shaughnessy Joseph Hanra will
n and William Reardon The bereaved EI
parents through these columns wish to tri
eturn thanks for the many expressions pipe
sympathy anjj kindnesses tendered fa
helrHd bereavement 11
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aMiss Mamie Dillon has returned from
New York
Miss Mary Lyons daughter of Tim
Lyons has been ill for the past three
weeks
weeksMiss
Miss Julia Thornbury has been visiting
her grandmother Mrs Tennelly at New
Haven
HavenJ
toJ Patrick McGee of New Haven was
tohere for several days as the guest of M
A McGee
McGeeMiss
Miss Marian Gutbrie has returned
orfrom New Castle where she visited
Miss Louise Carroll
laD J Meagher the well known Seventh
dastreet grocer Is just recovering front an
edattack of bronchitis
ISIrvin Rummage the well known young
11photograpber is now able to be out after
a two weeks illness
Mrs Joe OBrien of Washington Ind
has been spending a week as the guest of
1MraG J McNabb in Oakdale
Miss Florence Myers has returned to
pleasantbe
Ievisit with Mrs William Yeager
beMist Rose Maloney has returned to
her home at Seymour after a delightful
visit with relaivtes in Jeflersouville
Misses Louise McCrory and Alice
Hickey have gone on a two weeks visit
to New York and other Eastern cities
ItMiss Jessie McCauliffe who has been
gvisiting relatives at Georgetown Ind
has returned to her home in South Louis
villas
thisg
city but now of Danville is visiting Mr
and Mrs P J Burke of 1320 West Mar
ket street
Miss Celia Laven has been spending
the week in New York City where she
will select the choicest offerings for her
Louisville patrons
The many friends of Mrs William
eRaftery will be pleased to know that she
is again able to be out after a severe ill
ness of two weeks duration
Mrs M A McKenna who has been
spending the winter in this city with her
daughter Mrs William Yeager left Fri J
day for her hems at Stanford
oMrs Marguerite Donahue had as guests I
at her home in South Louisville Mrs
Nannie Shawler of Suepherdsville and
Miss Clara Donahue of Portland
Miss Maytne Higgins entertained I
many of her friends at her elegant home
on the boulevard in honor of Miss Kate
Gregory of Lebanon Junction who has
been her guest
Miss Alice Sweetman of Dayton
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Kilbourne at her home in Parkland has
been receiving much social attention and
adding to her already large number of
admirers in this city a
The dance with which Mackin Council
closed its season Monday night was a
great society success The club has been
urged to give another after Easter and J
sow a
eMrs Dr Louis A Brorihg and sister a
Mrs C A Schaefer who have been
spending the week in New Orleans will
visit friends at Mobile and Nashville
before returning home
Col John McAteer and wife have gone r
to Texas where they will remain until a
spring as the guests of their son Vincent f
McAteer who is practicing law and c
publishing a paper at Comfort h
Miss Beezie Hannan who left last
a
week for New York City will remain
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with friends there to see the great St
Patricks day celebration and will attend u
Madisone f
Square Garden of
Mrs John J Riley of Seventh street I
is now home again after several days e
stay iu Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital
with an injured foot Mrs Rileysmany
friends will be glad to hear that she is reo t
covering rapidly
Col John Moran and bride who wasSl
Miss Mary Go < s have returned from n
their bridal trip They will reside in
South Louisville where Col Moran
holds the position of Superintendent of ott
the Kentucky Packing aud Provision T
Company lr
CompanyDr 1
Dr Peter Delus and Miss Lula Schwan B
inger surprised their many friends by N
being quietly married last Tuesday Both R
are well known in German society cir J <
cles For years they have taken an J <
active interest in fraternal entertain ick
ments for charitable purposes and it is G
hoped by their friends that their union C
will only slightly interfere with the good Q
work they have been doing Dr
Edward Veroia and wife are rejoicing A
over the arrival of twin visitors a boy SI
and girl at their home Cedar Bough G
Place New Albany One weighed seven M
and onehalf and the other seven pounds
Both are handsome and perfectly
formed and show every evidence of fine
health and strength All the week the the
happy parents have been receiving the let
congratulations of their friends the
John Dixon and Miss Mamie Pierce ke stl
well known young people were united of
ofin
marriage Monday evening at Holy t the
Cross church Rev Father Cunningham we
performing the ceremony The news t be
comes as a surprise to the many friends
the happy couple who wished to avoid
display After the honeymoon they
reside with the brides
on
parents a nt
East Washington street The groom is aree
trusted employe at the Dennis Long b ut
fqundry Ri
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The OM Club entertained < with a deg di i
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GIVE US YOUR ORDER
Kentucky Irish American
OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET
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lIghtful euchre Monday night at thl
residence of Misses Bridget and Maggi
Hanraban Among those present wer
Misses Lizzie Callahan Mayme Condron
Bridget Hanrahan Julia Crowley Mom
Muldoon Annabel Rihn Maggie Hanra
han Margaret Callahan Messrs Wil
Schmidt Louis Gras Mike Hyland
Henry Stucker John Meyer Tom Calla
han John Callahan and Matt Muldoon
The prizes were won by Misses Anuabe
Rihn Julia Crowley and Mayme Condron
and Messrs Mike Hyland Matt Muldoo
and Henry Stucker
Patrolman Jerry OLeary has bee I
walking his beat with a light step an
smile for all his friends who will als
smile with him when they learn that hi
happiness is owing to the arrival of
pretty little girl to brighten his home I
is j whispered that Uncle Con Ford will b
the godfather and that there will be a bij
celebration at the christening Office
OLeary is one of the most popular mel
on the force and is being congratulate
by his fellowpatrolmen
The mask reception and carnival of th
Nonpareil Club at the New Athletic Clut
Tuesday night was the most successfu
society event of the season the attend
ance being larger than was expected
There were many elderly persons presen
as spectators and chaperones and the
enjoyed the evening fully as well as die
the younger people The costumes won
were not only novel in design but many
were indeed beautiful and the music wa
all that any one could desire The Non
pareil Club deserves congratulation upot
the success it has achieved
Miss Rosa A Rilling and Henry J
Struble well known young people of the
East End were married at St Vincent
de Pauls church Tuesday afternoon in i
the presence of a large gathering ol
friends and relatives Miss Rilling is B
pretty and popular young woman and ha
wide circle of friends Mr Struble is i
connected with Boslers Hotel at Second
and Jefferson streets A reception fol
lowed the ceremony at 418 Camp street
after which the bride and groom left for
trip through the South They will be
at home at Preston and Ormsby avenue
after March 15
Mr August C Mayer the prominent
West End grocer and brick manufacturer
will shortly move to his beautiful country
home Bellemayer on the Bardstown
road where he will engage in farming
and stock raising lair Mayer and his
family will be greatly missed from their
circle of West End friends where they
have endeared themselves by their many
excellent qualities of mind and heart
and if well wishing will make them suc
cessful and happy in their new home
they will have abundance of both
Bellemayer will be ready to offer its
friends a cead mille eoliths after the first
next month
One of the most enjoyable society
events of the past week was the mask
party and reception with which Misses
Anna Bell Rihn and Rosalia Kiel enter
tained the members of their social circle
The costumes were unique and hand
some Dancing was the feature until
midnight when all were seated to an ele
gant luncheon Those present were
Misses Mayme Schaeffer Carrie Andrl
Emma Gramig Ida Schmidt Myrtle
Laidley Agnes Miller Henrietta Gramig
Alice Smith Nellie Doyle Ella Smith i
Lula Knapper Mamie Kissel Grace
Holland Alma Dudley Theresa Kiel
Nellie Miller Rosalia Kiel Anna Bell 1 i
Rihn Maggie Doyle Julia Mullen of r
Jeffersonville Messrs James L Bently
Joe Goenig John Smith Frank Broder 01
John Goenig A J Maple John I
Greib R Bentley Fred Perkins Thomas
Leatherman Iven Seibert R W
Todd H C Delph Mat Dugan John I
OConnor Ben Ott Dr William Little I
Cameron Campbell Arthur Gray
Frank Bromme Charles G Pfeffer Fred
Abrens Fred Knapper Bud Reign Mai 1
Shaughnessy John Grogfcn Gus Wald 1d
Gus Weilrid8a Mrs William Rihn and
Mrs Smith
SafithWELCOME
WELCOME VISITOR ARRIVES
Wednesday evening there arrived at
hehome of Albert S Smith the well
known undertaker and Councilman from
Ninth ward a handsome boy and
since then the happy father has been
kept busy receiving the congratulations
his legion of friends The date for
christening has not yet been set and
therefore suggest St Patricks day for
interesting ceremony
MOVES TO GEORGIA
MrsZan Murphy formerly the pleas
t and popular cashier at the Manhattan
sstaurant on Weal Jefferson street and
recently married has moved to Blue
RidgeGa her husband having been
romoted to engineer on the Atlanta
iyWon otthe Lonit ville Nashville
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KATIE AGNES SMITH
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LADY EMBALMER
Washing and dressing ladies and chil
01dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made
to order at reasonable prices All calls
answered promptly day or night Home
phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street i
Both Phones 1180 Established 1863
1JOHN 8 1 RATTfRMAN
Successor to Airs George Ratterman
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
AND EMBALMER
Carriages furnished for all occasions
All calls promptly attended to day or night
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Both Telephones 1080
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Have your work done by those who do
the best work Teeth extracted without
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8 to 5 oclock Sundays 9 to 12 oclock
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Bacon Building 551 FOURTH AVENUE
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