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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s J u v fl an I1NTUCKYIRISHJ i1 VOLUME XVINO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 17 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTb H GREAT CROWD Will Greet Chicago Orator at Mncnuley8 Tomorrow Night t Excellent Programme of Irish Mtisic Arranged For the Occasion 1 Local Hibernians Arc Enthused Over Artvnuco Sale of coats II y SPLENDID CELEBRATION OF THE DAY r Everything Is in readiness for the cele bratiftu off St Patricks day which wlll be held at Macauleys Theater tomorrow nightininder the auspices of the Ancient OrderTpf Hibernians It bids fair to be the greatest social celebration of the day ever held in Louisville The Hob John T Keating of Chicago an orator of international repute and former National President of the A O H will be the centra figure lu the evenings entertainment Mr Keating Is a man of striking appearance and his personal magnetism only increases his power over an aidl ence When talking on Irish affairs he is thoroughly at home He always has a message to delivtr to the IrlshAtnerl can people and his words are ever wel comeAfter the County Board lied secured the services of lilt Keating for the occa sion the members felt that they would not be doing their full duty unless the distinguished orator was made to feel at home They wanted to give him a real Irish welcome to greet him with Irish music rendered by the best talent the city affords James A McGlll one of the best known young IrishAmeri S cans in the city and one of our leading vocalists was asked to cooperate with n the County Board in arranging the musi cal programme Mr McGill cheerfully consented and to him Is due the credit y for securing the able artists who are to be heard tomorrow night Every per former Is a trained musician and the music to be rendered is thoroughly Irish The programme is varied with local solos quartettes and instrumental music In short it is a programme that ought tdsatlsfy the taste of the most fastidious k critiquek will begin at 8I oclock and previous to the formal pro t gramme Tom Scallys orchestra will render the following programme Openingmarch TipperaP Felton Waltz Sweet Katie Callahan i BhererMedley Keep a LUtleCozy Corner inII Your Heart for Me SchmidtJJ i March My Irish Molly 01 Van Alstine and Schwartz i t Irtsh medly Sounds from Erin Patrick Sarsfield GilmoreIMarch Sliver Heels Nell Monet March Goodbye Sweet Marie Daffy Intermezzo Iola Paulsen The real entertainment will contain 1 the following numbers i Male quartette Slumber SongI lilacs Messrs Theodore OToole Joi Aseph Hubbucb James P Roche and James McGill Pianosolo Rustle of Spring SindI ing Miss Josephine McGill f AddresslIon John P Keating Bass solos Irish songs James P RocheViolin soloJohn F Surmann Soprano solo Come Back to Erinjj accompanist Hiss Josephine Hoertz Mrs Fred Unrig Male quartette Good Night Be loved Pinsati Messrs Theodore OToole Joseph Hubbucb James PIjir Hocbe and James McGI11Ir Every member of the order is working bard to make the celebration a success The result has been foreshadowed since the advance sale of seats is larger than at r any previous entertainment given by the 4 Hibernians Alderman Owen Tyler whoI is acting Mayor in the absence of Paul C IBartb has accepted an invitation to be present and will occupy a seat on the stage A general invitation Is extended r to the clergy to be present and many of r them who will not be occupied with their own services will attend National President5aJCeenan John M MullCand other active workers in the Hibernian ranks 1areentbusedover the prospects for nightIt I Tomorrow morning the members U1I r approach holy jcommunion i BOUGHT WHOLE TOWN r Lejtrlm n beautiful Irish torn on iho banks of the river shunuoncoi- taniug about 300 Inhabitants and eoc crlriBiprtyt flvOncrea has been bought bt1 Michaell J 0Coimor ofNew York Sir OConnor was born In Eeltrlni nh1 i AtoAmerica twelve years i tobuil a IllsJ pfd liomeetcd Ho dlti iipfc expect tp purohasQ the whple village but the t Ycrnier pwher iloscendan of a famiify pt1 brene iircf tigeps named Lar Touilie was wlJIlPg to iBiiiif nailj Mr OConnor el etf h9 rppportunitj to obtain POST uweiirantI the town The lHrefrom the place 1 about i000 pet anauai 0 j a t 1 rr z K r I i Il ttI 1 JIIi l1Il=IfH HIj ftIo1HiI I+H+HH 1 1111 Iof i 11II I H+IIHHHI +I1H4fIH1zt+d1 IdI11121 IIt I IItlH H I I r i ftyMj K iLv t vfc Ei I aIRISH AMERICAN BOWLING TEAM J WINNERS OF FALLS CITY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP PHIL ZAPP JOHN J BARRY JOHN F OETKEN JOHN X KINBERGER ALBERT D GREGG ROBERT L SOUTHARD I a J IFittltiIINM Mr OConnor will spend part of the year in Leltrim He Is only thirtyfive years old anti his parents still live in the old homestead He declares his Intention of reducing the rents of his Irish tenants wherever possible I XIEE SAVER TULLY Gets Medal and Diploma From the St Louis Worlds Exposition JlrIsnIrliIhhlrl11ltll ftrrwl bythe Superior Jury of Awards of the LnulHJniiiv Purchase Kxposljlon The moOifl rind diploma luith dcclanil that they were cllIftrrlcl for the ev cellence of the seines and nets made by Mr Tully A visit to Ills place of business 1KI Third street Is worth while Ills walls tin llnejl with certificates to his lira very nkl life saver and with speci mans of 6s handiwork Mr Tully was born In Hulilliu Ireland In 1ST2 When IIP vvtw eight yeilrs old his parents ri1 moved to America nnd settled In fouls rifle From his earliest tllS John liked the river and SQOII became export ns n swimmer and oarxnian As ho grow older he vvns employed taking fishingI parties to points of vintage nround the falls incldontiilly Ill saw many lives imperiled and risked his lSitIK awarded John 7 Tully a gold niiHliU and tendered Mimi n vote of tltnnks for saving fortyfive lives In four years nt the risk of his own life Oil February 10 1SSO OOv Luke HInckhurn by order of the General Assemblv prv seated litui With n gold medal mill certificate for saylmig tummy lives at tberlslof his own In 1SS2 the Board hJSIoffortsIn that panic year the United States LITo Saving Station was established here William Devon John J Tujly filHtlmelltime nil tbrecwho were expert oars men hart been engaged for nine years Jin saying lire mid without hope of compensation Mr Tully only remained five months in the United States ser vjce Ibconfined his duties to one lliio nnd time pay was small Hei resigned and once iiioretook iP thtfwprk of twporMns fishing parties makng nets etc Tie followed this vocation eijlht or nine yours mind was then appojqted oil the police force After pcrylhg fulto fi miinber of years he left the force to rcturtVto life original vrprk 11Timt was ho only Ifijlinjan froiii Iunlsvlllethat lead aliexhibit al tthe St touls Worlds Jialri Besldw1 llilij new illplomni nna medals ha has Mtltit 1 amid bait note He belongJ to iwo cr ctoflMi onlyrtUe 8ti Vincent de Paula the kKnight of Anwrlcn i A 7xJt z s krk II I I J 11 111 111 1 11 1ll1IIHlI i mm CatholicKnights ilit Int4NexttiDfgath i Central Committee Is Making Arrangements For His Reception d 0 Annual Celebration Will Have HoIfgioiiH ami Social Features I EVERY BRANCH WAS REPRESENTED r The Central Committee of the Catho lie Knights of America held n splendid meetliflUbn Friday night of last week When President Uogers called time meeting to order every officer was pros nIt and every branch nfllllatedwlth tut Committee was represented by one or hlrJlhynutldelegates wets presentt for tile firstt tine in many weeks nail the Louisville memliersss accorded then a warm wel onus a Dominic Max of Itraneli 23 who Is organizing It iIl nul company of the uniform rank John Fackler and Henry Stoerr were alno greeted heartily wlun they entered the hall IJraneh 4 reported two applications Itrnncli 0 rcjwrtwl one application and Its tepresentntives nmtounced that it was npprqaclllng the 200 mark Ilranch 2i rejrarted one application and detailed the bright prospects for a new company of the uniform rank Branch 12 reported one npplleatlon and that several more new members were In prospect Police Commissioner Murphy npolb glzed for the prolonge l absence of the Jeffersonvlile delegates and promised that their ntteudancewould be regular In the future He Bald that the let fcrwnvllle branch was holding the bet meetings of many years nnd that all creh1stllnrrol new members LQitls SteInert of the Membership Coin mlttee reported progress JosepH P McGinn In behalf of the degree team wild that nn InltliiUon would be liclil jiH oon as thin ntuuber of members toDc Ihltjnted was ascertained Col Michael Uelchcrt announced that Supreme jPresldenfc Gnudln t 8u preme Secretary Mntre State Prcstl i lent homer of Xiyvpprtj InJorGeu cyan KadosklI Comnianiiorln hletot tin nlforniBnnk Joseph iJcrnrng1 cf Cincinnati ihrAiteiiltergor of Ohio i and peter Will jatji would make an Official visit to J tilavJlle QP Sunday Arl 2 a fjlie Centrait Committee atone ir tauged to make that dwy time crn+s8Un oi JJ lawloeirbratioaI AlltLe- h II ji J J 1r x II 1 ITI I tuIl 11 H 011 I 11 I H H f S Catholic Knights 1Iri tthe city will attend I solemn vespers at St Martins church ut 3 oclock lii the evening the nicmbors will assemble again to hear a lecture trout Supreme President Candle who will talk about the alms progress and prose ets of the order ig1a iEDtejjiainjijt f t1A strutted to secure a hall suitable for time occasion nndto arrange other in teresting features for time celebration During the evening Henry Stoorr John Fackler and John Kinney made short but impressive talks I I NEW DEPARTURE German Kindergarten Teach ers Establish Mothers School The Germans are always after some thing new along educational lines and Involuntarily often unconsciously wo Americans are learning from them Now It Is the women who are going to schooUin the kindergarten Tho Froenel Society of Berlin named after the Inventor of the psychological science of the system of teaching very small children through play and play things has carried this cult to Its logical next step by taking In the mothers as pupil What mother has not racked her nIts to Invent some way to keep a small child out of mischief or the sulks Time Froebcl Society teaches the iiilultK to cut our silhouettes mid to Oruw with the slate pencil or crayon most fantastic creatures such as never wcro on sea or land to populate a page with Gazckn folk straddleleg pcd half humans that remind one of Trnddles skeletons nnd a multitude of other Inxentlons A woman who has been through the societys course of weekly Ilessons ins learned n lot about children Some of the teachers are eminent artists and pro fessrs Y VINCENTiANS Loulsvlle has sixteen conferences of the St Vincent le PaullJioelety In Ireland there are ICO conftrence Eng liuid 100 Scotland 23 Canada 314 llrazll 3sE3lt4 Turkey 31 Africa about 35 JInni nIn nome there sire 44 couferenceS ellen 58 Turin 5V Bologna 28 Vcnlced0 Milan iOt Naples 17 ilmlcrin 10 Plorcnec t- gern FATHER BAR CELEBRATES TheJ ypnernblot nlll1 Very Itev Father Lawrence flux pastor of Sjl Johns Church slebrated lgMt =tidril an iilrfir Vry rlilll prilHatlbiil t on Tots rainy lie lias spent over fifty1 of lily tt3 t reorQflrgofy rlostly fire jn nilulsteringao tlioaauFstt loins coiigr9gttorir In the nifrnltiI itf heof iflclsfftl Jit hlgjjI iJnass jijfliJ Uurlii the i1ftn fiur qt his frlexdsatk1Isr hIIott- ant fiKllfii to Ktbai iIut1NIpl1T tt- ti1 of tbetlayC s h tc FyA H I H I +H H 1 +1 t HtMmmm NEW HAVEN Pretty Little Nelson County City Sent Bowlers to i 0IiLocals Wore the Victors Both in the Games and in Piunago Trinity Council Gave Visitors a Continual Round of Pleasure A RETURN GAME IS WANTED Time crack bowlers of Str Catherines Council Y M I of New Haven ar rived in Louisville last Saturday even Into try Issues tlthn similar team from Trinity Council Messrs T J Gurney M G Schneider George Hell lug J M Pierre and Joe Dawxon PaulI J Coleman and Cnpt Albert FMar thr met the train U Union Station and escorted tliein to XIc Itoslers Hotel nt Second awl Jefferson streets fur dlu nor In tlieXev Haven party were Moxirs John J Barry of the Men Haven Echo Prpf n E Coome ISobert A Greenwell Jasper Johnson Uobert Nolley It 1C Howling Edwin C DawHoii and Dr Greehxvell Then followed the trip to llnngers alleys and the games John J Barry rolled time first ball for New Ilnvcn and actually lilt two pins while T J jOarvoy started the match for Trinity HIS ball carried away seven pins The match games succeeded and the line ups were as follows New ilnvenltA Greenwell cap tain ProfB E Coomes A 1C Bowl Ing Jasper Johnson Robert Xolley and Edwin C Dawson Louisville Albert F Martin cap tale George Helling Ben Sclialk Paul 7 Coleman Junta J iJarry nUll A Ilf yeeneinanGtMMl relwlrQllJnl1clby each team lint the Trinity bowlers won all three Faints and scored eightythree pins more than St Catherines team Alter the games the visitors were again es corted to Hosiers hotel wfcere asubl stantlal supper was spread On Sun day morning the hosts from Trinity Connell escorted their guests Jothl Catiictlrii IIn time for the 0 oclock amass A Tlslt to time non jail time rlll rttIiC01OtlttJOJ gf time iiqw interestflu f l J next In orde and tthen the open nieet Irig at Trinity Gouiielrs cjuli lhouse 718 East Gray etreefh After RffV words a wekroxie- Prof l tfuri1i lutMartin StsteSecretarTflew t l KaratJude 11 I she l 3 J kSi+ x + H HtHHtHt t H t t+Iui Barry Prof Coomcs Jasper Jolmsoa Robert Nalley and A K Bowling also spoke In behalf of time visitors John J Flynn Andrew Kelffer Ben Sclialk and Frank C Pllsen made short Omit felicitous talks for Trinity During the meeting cigars were served and the wm iitityf11rt e After nil lied apparently run out of talk hosts nUll guests descended to the basement or the first floor where Inc structor Flynn gave them lessons on the art of gliding gracefully on roller skates A visit to Mhckin Councils club house was the last feature of the trip to Loylsvllle beforo the guests took time train for home All expressed themselves ns delighted with the hosi pltaUfy accorded them by members of Trinity Council awl Its bowling tcnn anotherilsit1 N I HONOR CLASSI New Departure In the Teach- ing7 of Celtic at Manchester I AH honor class of Celtic has been recently established in the Faculty of Arts of the Victoria University nt Manchester Irish and Welsh lan gouges are both taught and they are placedl l on the same level as ancient classics for degrees of honor Evening Classes In Irish have been In existence in Manchester under the school board for the past four years There were over n hundred students In two of tlieni last year The action of the Manchester University authorities In this particular Is In odd contrast with that of the three Queens Colleges In Ireland maintained nt public expense under the direct control of the Castle administration These colleges at their foundation were provided with chalrs orIrlRhbut no more Students might take lectures if n sufllcicnt number enrolled themselves In any college but they received no crept for may pro ficiency acquired In that study The chairsI have remained literally n name during the fifty years since their foundation 1 a I KENTUCKIAN INJURED Or Charles A Edelen has received information from his cousin James II Edelen formerly of Washington coun ty tills State note residing at Oakland cajIu11t Wu mOIl Two niartced men assaulted him with blackjacks coil relieved mint Of Sit82 anda dlnmond jilij worth7f Mf Edeicii vns left for fiend Iii front iff ils plnqe of busipess SeVcrnl POO plw wJtnessed time assault html were J 1 t asjthHJjuort lit wouiide j but later iiere gained Sonscioiwnorts and Isj npwout 60l4tii i ei Mr Itlelenwillreturn tto IjOHtnVill1 k wIipee pie is toalrrlileand Iipdamldekl f K 7 ywz1y l I ST PATRICK Little Actually Known About I Earthly Career of Ire lauds Patron History Replete With What KG Accomplished Spiritually in Erin 1 Blood ofHis Followers Has Con 1 1scerntedtho Vliolo of the Emerald Isle WHEN IRELAND ISo1 NATION h Has It yore been your lot to stand over the collln of your dead child the boy or girl upon whom you matt budded Fp many hope and mourned in your ngony Why Hd you tile It this has been your fortune or misfortune then you can understand the trials anti troubles of the newspaper writer vboaa Is anxious to give to the world something about St Patrick The Irish whydidabout your life We know that St Patrick lived that ho preached the gospel of ou Lord and Saviour In Ireland that h accomplished the work he appears tt have been predestined to do that he made Ireland n land of saints Instead of It nation of pagans that for fifteen centuries his spirit has been the moving force of the Gaelic nation nt ionic and abroad Wo foci too that the some spirit willl animate our people of Celtic blood and birth until time shall be no moe This ISQ spiritual affair with us Irish Wo feel It know It yet we are groping in the dark Our ablest historians have not been nble to agree as to whether ho was born In France or Britain Nqlthcr have they decided the exact year in which he was born nor time dates 6r Ma ordination consecration and death Stilt we know St Patrick Iljred preach ed and died- According to time most CI accounts St Patrick wj the year 384 want consecrated illsI when ho was thlrtytwo years oathjf QrCllrlRti tiled when ho 1Jtuesc 3 snc historians nuiVdiftillologlsts dlVagre lilI 01 time years Iin which the aIpI h2eventsllteassadiyIntmincomplete isflie1 history shows Indisputable evidence that St Patrick established 700 churches con secrnted 700 Bishops and ordained Irelandt landUndoubtedly inItoineancient libraries abbeys monasteries and ruins In Ireland that will soma day tell us moro about the earthly Prorldenco good time Maybe It will not occur until Emmets epitaph Is written or until the world gives Tone Davis placcnmongthoworld ns wo are prone to call the pub= He Is constantly demanding something 11cwGoll In whose Image arid like ness we aro made Is eternal llenca springsfromThe world says Give us soraQtli Ing nets about St Patrick We can only answer There Is no news The LeenwdtteilJfiInthat has moistened every sod in Ireland Poet nnd peasant king arid serf prlesti and publican maid nnd matron non nnd sire have sanctified that ground j by adherence to the faith Time news jj that we need from Ireland Is that she J Is A nation once again- Till X 1 I III SOUTHERN CROSS 0 The Southern Cross an IrishiCatiff ljc weekly printed In Englishand i Spanish at Buenos lyres Argentina i timidysecondyear y I and evidently prosperous Thbrear nearly J00po6 Irish Argentines aFittfJ MisrFluchrtc nndfltitht l FRESH LAURELS Camden lcMee tfjson of Wliilainr jfrc Vtcpi time populdr fi N conduetor Anili a stuillut 1 at theUnlvritto t Indiana Jed ids debatlttg aociety to fromthI elIl MlWii 1 eft1 iIJ h 1 7 j1t It NiOC DtRr Y 1 t + C L A r G + + HU H t HtH t HnH ii n n U rn n n n nq t I IU It t t t q H H n If t H t t 4 4CO1flRMAT1ONY I ttt f fm c = = on f TUf DIG STORr 424 to 434 West Market Street We have made greater preparations than ever before to supply the communicants and confirmees with their outfits this season We have everything that is necessary all in the very newest styles at prices in reach of every one thereby making it easy to do your buying of usIJMSoys Confirmation Knee Pants Suits I1 2 250 3 350 4 5 650 SuitsII j 4 iBoys Confirmation Hats 98c 148 k 1 and 198 ililoysConfirmation Furnishingsi such III I ro od ods I 1 flee fiIsoS1o1llu New spnno lana overcoatsr lor Men Young Men and Boys i THE LARGEST CONFIRMATION OUTFITTERS + t lEI THE BIG STOREIiMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 4 4I + t t + + + 4 t fgfffffjt t t t t t +c 1 I i 11Ih l rHHISMOKt SI Botens Cabana Cigar iI IJHAVANA CIGAR1 i eading Five Cent Cigar UNION MADE HHHHIIIHI I I+HH I dI HI 1 I 1 HH 11 H 11 H 1 LILY WHITE PASTE SNOW FLAKE LIQUID For Your White Shoes on the market to equal it if Your Feet Dr Foot t It ur sallailments of the feet Price lOc For sale by shoe dealers Manufactured by OSLER BROS Price Nothing Clarkes Powder 5Z1 W MARKET t+ It I tj n t It n H HAS BOESWALD DEADER IN rO 6r16SM6ats ana V606tab16S BUTTER EGGS AND POULTRY E POE 3266 N E COR 16lh and WALNUT STS t + jlijlt ttIf1 ft II j Ill tn 14 pRX1IL OX MPAaX s- AKOTi3 t 846West Gren Street1R j i 1 QtARi1f Market Street Between Fourth and Fifth Streets t aiWIt m u 10c dtld1STUDY OF GAELIC I People have naked me says the Countess Dowager of Dcsart what i It the use ot learning a language admll tedly nearing the verge of Death aniIT primary language It has a fine lit er 3 ature it is as good an Intellectual ex erase as Latin or Greek It appeal I I ctnsIpurposXea its f as useless It utilizes the energies and ML aspirations awakened by the national 1st movement for purposes which breed = neither sedition nor agitation but pro duce results as ardently desired b- I England as by Ireland It fosters sell prlugov e proudthatch I to other countries It gives to the or dlnary workingman to that enormous class which for good or evil has nov in its hands tile ultimate destiny of nations an Interest and an occupation which keep him away from the she s been where illicit whisky at a pen- a glass steals away his brains and ig norant politicians with the best in tentlons mislead his confidence and encourage the laziness engendered by an enervating climate a pleasurelesa existence and a perpetual promise of help from outside Now these are hardly the teals thosecorned fish tongue wouldgive but they are Inter eating as showing how this Gaelic movement appeals to different classes of the Irish people I rrr I I TONqUEIA very loquacious lady calling o day to consult her physician talk on and on with such volubility that the latter could not get a word in edgewise Growing Impatient he at length to her to put out her tongue which s did saidNow ypuhaveyou i EYES WIDE OPENI t Hotell Clerk to Parmer Vill you register please i FarmerWill I do what v Clerk Rftgiiter Sign your name this book YCJdoJ tOue4ttiIYidIUatlJItaoapI tii Ii r f3 3Of rrnlntul IdardsI t t I the WlilellI+ l Divided t++ tri h Kings Worn Muniflccii + Patrons of Literature and Art yI STANDING ARMIES WERE DHKHOW1 study of tho Brehon laws of an Ireland is now engaging many IIIIThe In England and Germany as as In the Emerald Isle itself laws aro extremely interesting they furnish the connecting links the jurisprudence of the Intel and the enlightened legal the Christian The use 11tlgentpagan 1619 language In court ceased The Brehons were lawyer bards t+ The bards of Ireland were divided In tto three classes the Fileas who cele tf brated the strains of war and religion = f the Brehons who devoted themselves + to tho study of law which they versl f fled and recited to the people and the I Seanachles who filled the offices of I antiquarian and historian Almost ov cry homestead of importance had its totogy of the family up to Mlleslus The ancient Irish felt very proud of their oriental descent from this monarch Tho clan or tribe system prevailed in Ireland as It did In all other countries of Europe In early ages A clan or sept consisted of a number of families nil In one district and generally bear Ing the same family name A tribe was a larger group consisting of sev dfsItantly ofztrlct without interference by other septa of tho same tribe Over each t therethad authority over those of the sev eral septs under him If the territory occupied by the tripe were very large the chief was a RIor King and some + times a king ruled over two or more tribes I From the very early Umos Ira I was partitioned Into five province- Ulster i I I elnster Munster Cop a i and Meath Ulster In Its coast Ii I extended from the Done round north sward to the little river Drowes which issues from Lough Melvin and flows between the counties of Donegal j j Leltrlm Leinster from the Doyne toI the mouth of the Sulr Munster from t the Sulr round southward to the Shannon Connacht from the Shannon toii the Drowes The province of Meath which was last formed was m u chadlarger than the present two counties Ii of Meath and Wedtmeath It extended i from the Shannon eastward to the sea t t presentKings+ the south to the confines of Fermanagh and Armagh on the north Subsequently there were some changes Claro was wrested fr- t Connacht and added to Munster mid t Louth was transferred from Ulster to Leinster Finally in the latter a J division of the country Meath dies t peared altogether as a province nndors the four older provinces still remain Over each province there was a lt1 and there was a king over all Ireland who was called the ArdRl the Over King or supreme monarch lie JIved s at Tara till Its abandonment as a royal residence In tho sixth century and the I j tohimcourt with duo dignity Besides this1 provincialIdngs j j other expenses of government Inliketoof their several tribes and these ag were partly supported by payme j from their subordinate chiefs and1ng heads of households As the supreme monarch had Meath for his personalV expenses so each king and chief had fheJf r oChismerits he received from those under him This land on his death went not to his family but to his successor in oftiro chlefshlp tateenfromI becausehegov tohew B kink was elected by the votes of tho principal men However the king was not absolute he could not decide onin thotribepriElpaln meeUnssInt of asof important business sometimes once orthreeI Ine betore4hemlndsotranged and pastimes and athletic sports were carried oh at leeptbutt i dm warTwokerned The soltUersTheyhel eta long sword hung by the side idwhdt noheI dexterity tho use of aa neith9uer prtoawerq lightarmed withdagger a arida Javelin ch For more than JQOQ years heDrihon code settled the social relations egg1 and governed the conduct of jhQ Irish 13rohon1ns 1 4 flnesi and sornetimee these amounted ed to considerable sums The Brehona l heldtofflc largely by heredity Tpb come a Br JOfIdpelJOObdtq und loi lout and ciarefuUy arranged in t- itr k I f f d t t t r Iot HII+ tHIH+HH i++HII I I I H 1 I IIiII I I III HH++ It iltIt I iL r IM 1 IlL MON I COMH l II INCORPORATED i 322 to 326 West Green Street Louisville Ky ijj MonuJi t I Sarcopht jj t new orders we are now offering our It present stock att about cost and j f Much Less Than the Usual Rate iiParti s needing modest and small ft tw rk will find it to their advantage t1+ lwithinl 1411H1n 1r I I r I I t 1 endaurae whohtinnetbeelated their judgments The pings a Ireland In those days were foundedandcolleges for the education of the bards whose term of study wns at least wo04sbeneaththese poetic institutions nourished When tho term at study was complet the degree of Ollamh or doctor was conferred upon the students Then the bards went forth and sung the war tsollgS f the clans and the dogmas of religion versified the proclamations tof law the axioms of philosophy and the annals of history Such were the offices of this venerated and privileged class otnThe different orders of the State were distinguished by the number of colors which adorned their dress and Uwhile the kings were allowed five cot and the peasant or serving class only one the Irish bard was always hisngr showing that his rank was little less than monarch 11 I HOUSEHOLD HINTS Drippings from a candle can bd taken out of a cloth by ether Stains can be removed from the tea cups by the use of common baking soda If turpentine or benzine Is put on putdownntsSugar can be prevented from grain by the use of a little cream of tartar or tartaric acid or lemon juice topt0oven thanitI A rusty screw can be easily removed by first applying a very hot Iron to Immedlately wlttlkerosene outinwagon grease stains may bo removed Knives and forks that do not have pieceithhandlestihoudcool water 3Charcoal is pn excellent fuel but must have an apparatus especially cornUustton whloh isa deadly poison and the fact its being odorless makes it very dangerous When purchasing linen handker chiefs a good test of their being genu linen Is to moisten the tip of a fin IIHnenonce but It cotton it will be several dampiOne method of removing spots of paint oil greasy or tar from silk droIJsatollandletthen gently rub in the turpentine en thir foreign substance will crum as it were leaving the fabrlo before cookingItsame time lose none of its acidity a alltracesalcoholIfan well beaten leather that has be come hail and Shabby JookIriB may ba much improved In appearance Colored table lines should ba wash in tepid twofer in Which pOwdered quickly I tepidwatellooJitairih the hadeaudiron while still damp qt OOCivC vOCX0 KY vvvvCtrn wa6Gj 000C HOTELIYJs1 I S E COR SECOND AND JEFFERSON I PianJIJ t NEWLY FURNISHED I HROUQHOUT r It HOME PHONE 11941 4 o FINE LUNCH DAY AND NIGHT t r H rii t III III I I + I Frallk A1Mollile Factoryt 1 1National Candy Company f MANUPACTUKKRS OF tCONFECTIONSitI J DECIDEDLY I OF THh FINEST QUALITY ri OLD HlI tE FORTUNEWHISKEY f BOTTLED IN BOND f The Philil tlollenbach Co 7NCOtPORi1TRll Lf 1 I I I I f I IIM II LLLLLLLLt Distillerol II0 TI IIODIL PHONE 3835 PROMPT ATTENTIONN BLEVINs r Staple and Fancy roverres Frisk iM Silt Milts YieiiablisiiiSiaseR o 6096111 SEVEN STREET t 0 JKNTU6KYL l MERIGftN e Moral and Social Advancement of ell Irish At erlcesa 4otIItt fKKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS1 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Btitored at the Lcnlsvlllo Postotflce PSecosd Class Matter 4Nlerislt Commaalcitlonitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 Weal Green StreetI I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 17 1906 TO OUR FRIENDS The Kentucky Irish American presents its readers with twelve pages today We believe that t every item and every advertisement- S will prove of interest to the public in general The historical articles were especially prepared for this edition and with a view to interest Ing the younger members of our race It is hoped our efforts will be appreciated and that our sub r scription list will be largely Q increased ST PATRICKS DAY For more than fourteen centuries the tongues of orators and pens of x ets have been according praises i Patrick the sainted evangelist Ireland yet he appears to be an nfailing spring for thought The tory is old yet each succeeding anniversary of his day causes some new thoughts about St Patrick Scotland England rind France are contenders for the honor of having given him birth It matters little L where he was born It matters much to know that he brought the truths of religion to Ireland and that he left it a nation of saints More than that he has lleft the world a heritage that nothing can eprivej jof During seven cen ind tried to destroy the r done by St Patrick Irish Catholics were persecuted mas sacred starved In a vain effort to extirpate the true faith from the Emerald Isle Each additional per secution has only made the faith shine brighter every martyr was an additional beacon light to lead others on to greater glory The faith planted by St Patrick has not only made men religious but it has made them lovers of liberty defenders of the oppressed Stir 3enls llawyers priests nuns and saintly mothers Let us as chil dren off Irish parents continue to celebrate the day religiously and socially With such thoughts as these in view the Kentucky Irish American wishes its patrons and readers a happy ClSt Patricks day in the morning UNJUST ATTACK An afternoon paper tells us that thtRev Dr W H Ramsay preached a powerful sermon at the Churchofthe Messiah on Sunday in the City Unitarians are not Christians They deny the divinity of Christ and ignore the Trinity What right have they then tb xhort people to keep Holy toe ords day Mr RamSy told Ills udiel1cci that a prominent whole ale liquor man laid all the evils of Sabbath breaking on the local MBeer Trust If this wholesale liquor man is in earnest he ought 16 make himself known it is his fto come out in the open and ake his disclosures if he has any r Ramsay also went out of his ty to attack Judge McCann If e latter lias erred at all it has n a fault of the heart insteadof he head He feels that it isbetter o let ninetynine men go unwhip d of justice rather than let one innocent man sufferi MoreIrelig ten noon clwrftyHd 1life politics a j x I +1 1 are needed in the pulpits of our dissenting brethren COURAGEOUS Gov Beckham showed his cour age at midnight Tuesday when he issued a call for an extraordinary session of the Kentucky Legislature The call was made to meet an extraordinary emergency and had to be dealt with accordingly Kentucky has been famous since the State has been in existence for the purity of its whisky and tobacco products A legislative lobby labored to destroy the effectiveness of our laws during the last session ofthe General Assembly Thanks to the call for an extra session Gov Beckham has saved the day Ken tucky must maintain its reputation for pure goods if she wants to take her place among the manufacturing States She must leave no loop hole for the use of adulterated stuff to malign our manufacturers and industries FOR REVENUE ONLY Among many types of Catholics the New World of Chicago holds up to deserved opprobrium the professional Catholic who is out for the business end in his church association Hearken to Father Judges arraignment There is first of all the profes sional Catholic who may be a good husband and father but who in his public capacity considers his faith as one of his commercial1 assets to be invested in such a man ner as will best contribute to his selfish aggrandizement You meet with 1 exfenlterfortnoftb abject creature in the case of the contractor who has his beads stick ing out of his pocket when he is seeking a contract for the building of a church convent or school But the more ordinary type is found among politicians who are seeking public office They never tire of proclaiming their membership fn the grand old church while in the presence of Catholics but they are just as eager to conceal their relig ious affiliations when they stand in the presence of the enemies of the church Father Judge is right but he ought not to limit this class of recreants to politicians and con tractors alone There are others AWFUL WRONG Official reports tell us that American soldiers slaughtered women and children in the fight against the Moros at Mount Dajo in the Philip pines last week Such atrocities ate to be condemned as well ris deplored Cuba Porto Rico and the entIre Philippine Islands were not worth one drop of American blood Now that so many lives have been shed we ought to retain possession of the Philippines until such time as the people are able to govern them selves bat in the name of human ity stop the slaughter of women and children It was such work that caused our ancestors to suffer in Ireland and it is to be deeply regretted that President Roosevelt sent his congratulations to the Ameri can butchers Our esteemed and very reverend contemporary the editor of the Western Watchman says We have received a long and thoughtful article from one of the most distinguished holy and venerable prelates of the American church on the conduct of the monks in the Philippines which we must decline to publish as it hasbeen intimated to us that this Apostolic Delegate dos not want any further discus- Sion of that question at present or until a decision is rendered by u r i r0 1 Rome We must all bow la submission to the will of the repre sentative of the Holy Father We adjourned the discussion of the question over two months ago for reasons of good journalism Well why dont hestay adjourned It seems only a question of time until the Empire of Great Britain will be dissolved and as a result Englandand her colonies will become as many different repub lics The wives of labor leaders who have been elected to Parlia ment are objecting to the grille that excludes their view of the House from all save those in the front row The peeresses on the other hand enjoy an open view The wives of the new members have protested en masse against being enclosed in what they call a hen coop When the women start out for reform they usually get it Hcinrich Courted director of the Metropolitan Opera House New York City is an artist in securing free advertising Directdr Conried was arrested on the charge of giving a theatrical performance on Sunday He proved to the satis faction of the court that Verdis Requiem Mass which he produce 1 was of a religious nature Of course he was acquitted A mass with the mass left out can only be understood by Catholics Hamlet with Hamlet left out is not a circumstance Even our German neighbors arer interested in St Patricks day Our friend the editor of the Lou isville Argus published the pro gramme for the Hibernian enter tainment last week and added One must admit that the Irish have national pride No Irishman is ashamed of his ancestry It is this trait that forces them to be recognized as gentlemen and lead ers in public affairs over men of all other races in our country Thanks Herr Frey The religious defection of France is having its effect temporally as well as spiritually One of the greatest disasters of modern times occurred last Saturday when zoo men lost their lives in a mine acci dent No doubt the majority of the entombed men were devout Catholics yet the vengeance of an angry God appears to have been vis ited on this derelict nation The Irish Parliamentary party has made an excellent start Sir Thomas Grattan Esmonde Capt Donelan Patrick OBrien Havl land Burke and JJ P Boland have been chosen party whips All are good men and enthusiastic in Ire toIJ keep the Pastors of the various congrega tions are well pleased with the attendance at church during Lent It behooves all otus to mortify ourselves in some manner during this holy season even If we do not have to maintain a rigorous fast THE SICK CLERGY The ftcv Father P M J Rock of tbd Cathedral is still quite ill of the grippe at St Josephs Infirmary lIe will not he able to resume Ids duties for Reverfll weeks The Rev Father G A Vanvrooslcn hr lIe who has been 111 at St Josephs Infirmary for several weeks is slowly improving Time Ilcv Father Daniel OSulllvnn pastor of time Church of time Blessed Sacrament has recovered sufficiently to permit his celebration of mass The Rev Charles Klefcr second ad tisor to time Superior of St Stnryn College Is recovering from a severe attack of tonsillitis RECOVERED i Miss Alice Weber a popular Catholic lady of time West End who has been ill at St AntllonYH Hospital during the past three months willbe removed to her horse at 2027 West Market street tomorrow During her stay at the hos pital Miss Weber submitted to two painful surgical operations which were performed by Dr W II Wathen lien recovery Is almost completed and Miss Weber Is very grateful to the good Sisters for their tender care and kindness during her illness OIL WILL GIVE SHAMROCKS Fred Earth will give shamrocks away all day today at his handsome new place SOI Third avenue lie Invites all his friends to see him and help celebrate St Patricks day The shamrocks will be In little clay pots and will bee acceptable gifts to all people of Irish birth or parent age u L A I r jr FATHE AN Will Probably Be the New Prior nt St Loui- sBertrands While it can not be stated authorita tively the chances are that the very Rev Father Bernard Francis Logan 0 P will be the next Prior of the Domini can convent and pastor of St Louis Bertrands church He was elected sev eral weeks ago but the election must be Confirmed at Rome before he willassume his new duties The necessary papers certifying to his choice as Prior have been forwarded to Master General Cor mier in Rome The confirmation of his election is expected to arrive at any momentFather Logan is well and most favor ably known in Louisville He came here as Prior of St Louis Bertrands in 1896 and served two terms of three years each His personal magnetism and spiritual zeal did much toward building up the congregation His many friends here will gladly welcome him when he comes to take charge of his fornur parish n IMPROVEMENTS The Louisville Railway Com pany Will Make Advan tageous Changes The Louisville Railway Company is keeping in thorough touch with the prog ress of the city At a recent meeting of the Directors T J Minary was elected President Alex P Humphrey Vice Presi dent and Samuel Boyle Secretary Messrs Minary and Boyle have served in the same capacity for years Mr Humphrey succeeds to the vacancy caused by the death of St John Boyle The Directors also confirmed the action of the stockholders who on February 28 voted to sell 880000 worth of stock on April 1 The funds realized from the sale will be utilized in making improve- ts A double ttackjo Douglas JPark race course is one of the many con templated changes The general offices of the company will be removed to the handspme new building on Jefferson between Third and Fourth some time next month President Minary is trying to give the Louisville public a street railway service commensurate with its necessities The building at Twelfth and Jefferson streets now occupied by the railway company will be sold at auction on Tuesday March 2- 0MYSTERIOUS Jim Shelley Receives What He Believes Is Con science Money j James T Shelley the well known i i traveling agent and a former President I of MackIn Council V M It Will enter figuringtecentlyFriends a treat on St Patricks day but he did not know where the money was to come from One day last week al small boy went to Mr Shelleys home at I 2640 Alfred avenue with an envelope addressed to the master of the house He said no answerjwas necessary When Mr Shelley returned home and opened the envelope he found a 20 bill inclosed in a sheet ot plain white paper Mr Shelley has no idea who the donor is neitherdoes he remember of having been robbed or defrauded of twenty dollars Still he is inclined to believe it is conscience money It was just what he wanted for St Patricks day and he will now proceed to celebrate in style n SILVER JUBILEE Tuesday March 27 will be the twentyfifth anniversary of The Senti nel the paper published by time stu dents of St Marys College The I young editors will celebrate with nI special programme Gov lieckhnin t and runny other distinguished citizens have been Jnvlted to attend Tho Sentinel Is time oldest college journal in the State and Its bright and breezy pages reflect credit on limo training of the students SHAMROCKS AT ROGERS Time Charles A Rogers Book Com pnny on Jefferson street between Fourth and Fifth has fln ex llentt31 sortmcnt of shamrocks on hand today for nil who want to wear tho green This book company in COntrdlivlocutrdJ and its goods are always of the beat I q NEW DIRECTOR Henry W Newman has kindly con seated to coach the Members of the dta malic club of the Ladles Auxiliary AO HI and is holding rehearsals twice a week Mr Newman is well versed in dramatic affairs and for years directed the tantms St1 frigid Dramatk Club u J F 0 ffi GIVE US YOUR ORDERt j if OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET I SEASON CLOSED palls City League Rolls Final Games and Awards Prizes The Falls City Bowling League roll ed Its last games of the season on Tues day night and on Thursday night the members of the various teams as sembled at hangers alleys where the prizes were distributed It was known several weeks before that the Ken tacky Irish American team would win lust prize and as we predicted the Squire Adams defeated the Loven harts for second place They deserve special mention for the excellent work they lid toward the close of the sea son The Lovenharts were easy win ners of third place while the John C Lewis team beat the Ferncllffs out ef fourth position The RohlnsonNor tons West Ends and Henry L Kohlers brought up the rear in the order namedOn the whole the season was very successful and the Falls City Is now considered time strongest and most evenly matched league in the State The series of games continued from August 20 to March 13 and while at times the rivalry was spirited it was also good natural Every member of the league were gentlemanly In his con duct toward his opponents and the best of feeling prevailed President Joint 7 Barry and Secretary Gleason bcllevo that their colleagues did splen did work and desire to thank all for the sportsmanlike spirit exhibited dur the season The final standing of teams was as follows11111 W L PC Irish American 62 22 738 Squire Adams51 33 607 I Loevenhart 46 38 518 John C Lewis 15 39 536 Fernclifle 39 15 464 3M Robinson Norton 36 98 92- 9Wesf1uil r Y34 60 405 Henry L Kohler23 61 274 to MACKINS MEMBERS Continue to Attend the Coun cil Meetings With Great Regularity When It Is considered that the receipts at Mnekln Councils meeting last Monday night were 307 one can Imagine how large the attendance must have been President Charles J Rnidy occupied the chair and the splendid outpouring of members put him in great good humor Three OIl plications were received and two candi dates were reported favorably The JIPntusdemnoret proving Charles Kleebammer has re The Euchre Committee reported on the Washington birthday entertainment and turned n handsome hilt over to the council D Oliver Patton Pfosi dent of the social club reported the m suit of lime pre Lenten series of dances and in behalf of his club turned a vent sum Into the treasury The Re vision Committee reported several minor changes in the bylaws but did tint rKommond raising the dentin bens fit The recommendations of time CI m mlttee were adopted and copies of ho new by laws were ordered printed TIe changes will become effective April 17 Char ace Zook under bend of good of the order suggested that two mem hers be selected to give Instructive talks on timely topics at each meeting of the council He put his suggestion In the torn of a resolution and It was unanimously adopted Hereafter Mackln will ho treated to talks relat ing to church history church customs Catholics in America Catholics In Ken tucky and kindred subjects Others who made addresses during the even ii i were George J Lautx James r Shelley and Louis J ICleffer Before time meeting closed President Raldy took occasion to congratulate the members on their splendid attend ance and urged all to bring In new members Ho also predicted that Mackln would have time InrgeSt delega lion of any council at the next State convention len Sand in behalf of the Outing Committee reported pro gross but asked for another weeks time which was granted Appropriatet resolutions on the death of Alfred Under were adopted and the bcrcnviHl family were forwarded a cheer for c100 Sam Robertson one of the councils representatives to the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies an nounced that matters of importance were to be discussed at thp next meet ing of the federation and urged all Macklns representatives to bo there ENJOYING REST Officers John Mullaney and John Moran two of the most popular men on the police forces are epjojing a ten days 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say that I am partial but John Randolph of Roan oko who hated an Irishman almost as much as ho did a Yankee when ho got to London and heard OConnell the old slaveholder threw up his hands and exclaimed Tills IB the man those are the lips the most eloquent that speak English In my day and 1I think ho was right Webster could address a bench of Judges Everett could charm a college Choato could delude a Jury Clay could magnetize a Sonato and Tom Corwin could hold a mob in his right hand but no ono of these men could do more than this one thing The wonder about OCon nell was that he could outtalk CorwIn he could charm a college better than Dveret and leave Henry Clay far be hind in magnetizing a Senate- It has been my privilege to have heard all the great orators of America who have become singularly famed about tho worlds circumference I know what was the majesty of Web ster I know what It was to meet un der the magnetism of Henry Clay I have seen eloquence In the Iron logic of Calhoun but all three of these men never surpassed and no one of them ever equalled the great Irishman I have hitherto been speaking of his ability and success I will now consid er his character To show you that ho never toolt a leaf from our Amer ican gospel of compromise that ho never filed his tongue to silence on ono truth fancying so to help another let me compare him to Kossuth whoso only merits were his eloquence and his patriotism When Kossuth was In Faneull Hall de exclaimed Here is a flag without a stain a nation with out a crime We abolitionists appealed to him 0 eloquent son of the Maygar come to break chains have you no word no pulsebeat for tour millions of negroes bending under a yoke ten times heavier than that of Hungary Ho exclaimed I would forget anybody I would praise any thing to help Hungary OConnell never said anything like that When I was in Naples I asked Sir Thomas Buxton Is Daniel OConnell an honest man As honest a man as ever breathed said he and then ho told mo the following story When Parliantent weak that it had only Lushlngtoh and myself to speak for It and we agreed that when he spoke I should cheer him up and when I spoke tie should cheer me and these were the only cheers we ever got OConnell came with one Irish member to support him A largo party of members l think Bux- ton t said twentyseven whom we call ed the West India Interest the Bristol party the slave party went to him saying OConnell at last you are in the House with one helper If you will never go down to Fremasons Hall with Buxton and Brougham here are VeryIrlshquOtlon againstyouyouIt was a terriblef temptation How haveyieldedGod knows I speak for the saddest rlgbforgett cleave to the roof ot my mouth if to forgotheDuaiotiLushinatonande lobby that OConnell did not follow UI v frreproachhie utr 1 Paw of PCwl t had ea i JI majestic presence In youth he ha the urow of a Jupiter or Jove and th stature of Apollo A little OConnel Would havo been no OConnell at nil1 Sydney Smith says of Lord Russell five feet when he went down to Yorl shire after the reform bill had passed the stalwart hunters of Yorkshire ex claimed What that little shrimp 111 carry the reform bill No no sat Smith he was a large man but the labors of the bill shrunk hint Yo remember tho story that Russell Low ell tells of Webster when we In Mas sachusotts were about to break up the Whig party Webster came homo te Faneull Hall to protest and four thousand Whigs came out to meet him He lifted up his majestic presence be fore that sea of human faces his brow charged with thunder and said Gentlemen I am a Whig a Massachu setts Whig a Revolutionary Whig a Constitutional Whig a Faneuil Hall Whig and If you break up the Whig party where am I to go And says Lowell we all held our breath think ing whore ho could go But says Lowell If ho had been five feet three wo should have said confound you who do you suppose cares where you go Well OCon nell had all that and then he had what Clayhadmealts a million souls into his tsixtyfivetbeauty hlo every gesture grace Why Macready or Booth never equaled him IIit would have been a pleasure to look at him If ho had not spoken at all greyhound few American speakers have a voice that sounded the gamut I heard him once In Exeter Hall say Americans I send my voice careering like the thunder storm across the Atlantic to toll South Carolina that Gods thunder bolts are hot and to remind tho negro that the dawn of his redemption Is drawing near and I seemed to hear his voice reverberating and reechoing back to London from the Rocky Mount ainsAnd possllItlblecould tell a story that would make all Exeter Hall laugh and the next mo ment thero were tears In his voice like an old song and five thousand men would be In tears And all the while no efforthe seemed only breathing As effortless as woodland nooks Sent violets up and paint them blue n PADRE DOMINEEC McCANN Padre Domlneec McCann He sees great boeg Irish man Ho ees growla wen he speaks Like ho gona go for you Jus for busta you In two My ho talk ao rough so queeck You weel wlsha you could be Somwhere elsa won you see Padre Ddhilneec Padre Domineec McCann Stop at dees peanultastan Won my leetla boy eea seeck Talk so rough he mak mo cry Say ees besta boy should dlo So he ao to Heaven queeck He ees speak so cold to me Nevva more I want to see Padre Domlneoc Den gran doctor com Eos quoorl Well I ask who sand hoerii hero Ho Jus smllo an weel no speak Only Justa wen he say You no Ratta cent to pay I goln fees dees boy dats seek 01 bceghearta man an true I am gattin on to you Padre Domlneec Thos A Daly I1 I MCABE Continued from Fifth Column be Issued for McCabe in various parts of the country His activity baffled the officers since he turned up In the most unlooked for places While organizing In Wexford he was beggar peddler farmer army officer and Eng lash gentleman Just as it suited him One man that he Induced to Join the society said that ho met McCabe in twenty different places In Wexford In 1798 and each time failed to recog rnlzo him until he chose to discover himself On one occasion he was ar rested In company with Lord Edwin Fitzgerald Ho persuaded tho Scotch yeomanry that he was a Scotch weaver told them Scotch yarns that made them laugh and was fully released One day ho Is In the Castle Yard dis guised as a yeoman the next he is In Westmeath superintending the manu facture of pikes and the day following with the French Invaders at Castlebar With the disruption of the movement McCabe went to Wales and later to London In 1801 he was near Rouen France where Napoleon once visited him and presented him with 800 for encouraging native Industry McCabe had started a cotton factory He was back again in Ireland In 1803 and again In 1810 and 1814 Trouble for England followed each of his visits In 1817 ho was arrested In Belfast and after being kept In prison eighteen months was permitted to go free on condition IJQ would leave Ireland He returned to France where h9 died In 1821 at the age of fortyseven years eo MAN OF TRUTH Just throw me halt a dozen or dozen of those trout said a citizen to the dealer Throw them lquerled the dealer Yes and then Ill go home and tell my wife that I caught em I may be a poor fisherman but Im no liar n I NOW SHE HATES HIM She wished to break Uto him gen fly I have decided she said to return your ring He however was a resourceful man who did not believe In letting a woman get tho better oCbtqtfYouncednt bother he replied I buy them by the dozen on requisitelattieRest furnjshjhgs are not always the most effective or artistic plentyl of blgchalsr wide sreadlng moatmateriallycomfortable t Flannels should Beyer be allowed to belrtgwashidI hung out to dry u quickly M poMibto In ironing oair a moderator not innpboud be two l i ji3r14 it s e d 81 Patricks Day Enterta E th- oATi I MACAULEYS THEATER SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 18 Under Auspices of the Ancient Order CountyHON TING Co highclassvocalGENERAL ADMISSION 25 CENTS RESERVED SEATS 50 CENTS MCABE I One of the United IrlMlmicn Who Ihopt Enirlaml in Trouble JI Watt splendid Mimic Earnest Speaker and a Great Organizer Several Escapades Which lie Figured Indicate Ills Quick Wit LEFT TRAIL OF SEDITION BEHIND Of the many really great men who were affiliated with tho United Irish men and who had more or less to do with the uprising In 17U8 there Is one who vas in a class by himself That man was William Pntnam McCabe a native of the County Antrim and a Presbyterian but a thorough hater of the English Government and a man free from any stains of religious In tolerance John Savage who has writ ten a series of splendid essays on the United Irishmen considers McCabe next to Theobald Wolf Tone as an or ganger Tone Savage tells us or ganized with rulers Ministers of State and Generals on the other hand McCabe worked with the people of Ireland and wherever he went he lkept the cauldron of the United Irishmen seething sedition McCabe was the son of a patriot Thomas McCabe who was a cousin of Gen Putnam of American Revolution ary war fame and it was after this hero that young McCabe was named In youth he was extraordinarily wild Np pranks were too dangerous for him to undertake He w8 sent to Manchester England In the hope that ab sence from the scene of his pranks would benefit him and steady him When he left Ireland he knew little and cared less for politics In a short time ho returned home a man in stat lire and a thorough Republican In mind When Tone visited Belfast In 1793 McCabe became his friend and ally and was male a member of the United Irishmen He was an inimitable mimic anti possessed considerable natural ability as a speaker He was qulokwlttetl audacious and courage ous beyond measure These attributes made him valuable to the society and he was goon engaged in organizing the people The task was a dangerous one and his greatest concern was to attract the attention of the public without arousing the suspicions of the authorities He took a novel method to accomplish this He had placards printed announcing that A converted Papist would preach the Word In a certain barn and explain how ho be came convincedt of tho true doctrines of Presbyterianism Of course tho Presbyterians wanted to hear tho Cath olics roasted and many Catholics went out of curiosity to hear what false charges ho would prefer against their religion Dressed In the garb of a Presbyterian preacher wearing green spectacles and with a volcb to suit McCabo appeared before an audience of several hundred people In less time than It takes to tell it McCabe threw religion to tho winds jumped on tho political state of Ireland under British misrule and preached a free und glorious Republic Ho concluded by swearing in his entire audience Meeting after meeting like this was held in various parts of the north of Ireland But the authorities soon got on the track of the mysterious preach ers work and sent a body of yeoman ry to get religion The barn on this occasion was two miles front any human habitation Mc Cabo was earnest and as eloquent as usual He expected them to forget j that they are of different religions and begs them to unite Then he touched i on the state of Ireland and finally pro fholUnitedaround with hands uplifted when a whistle is heard and the door fills with British soldiers Lights out roars McCabe and at the same Instant he flattens the candle nearest him with his beaver In less time than It takes i to tell It all is darkness Instantly McCabo has become a yeoman In uni form and declares he has left his gun outside The ofllcer bids him go for It Ho goes and thus escapes and eventually lands in Dublin whore his fame has preceded him There the jHisj common during the trial of some Defenders McCabe wore tho unlforni of an officer of rank and had a thor ough English accent He was accom panted by James Hope another 114I Sergea1t1Dryfound guilty McCabe addressed the commisstonedpunishment 1C they would enter the service He did riot say what service haveaprisonersDryentered twitted tb wall away with the two paeudo officers About this time warrants began to CoBtiwied la PoICotu u f + r C sulvenewv33BENSON 0 HERR EUGENE H RAY 3 LIST WITH US 3 JHERRRAY3 S3 Real Estate and- Auctioneers H I a 3504 W JEFFERSON STREET H j HOME PHONE 7851 CUMB PHONE MAIN 661V W J V2Q1USAI7U II PER ROLL 1 OF 5 SQUARES END FOR SAMPLE LOUISVILLE PAPER CO LOUISVILLE Y IP0S1M WlllAMsiU L Engineers and rat r POWER LIGHTING AND HEATING APPARATUS 3 LOUISVILLE = = hrrS- Or OSA AIfIAvT4 T4 1 A tIt t t t t t t t + + + t + t t +++ + ++ F+ ++++ +4f +++ + tIt + ++ +I + + + BARNEY J FLYNN GEORGE NIX + WEST END SALOONto I ANDaf BOWLING ALLEYS ttChoice Wines Liquors and Cigars Home Phone 2081 LN E CORNER 25TH AND MARKET ST + I I J S3xS4xSxS3 S J 8SxS 0600000 y H AKRAFTWholesale and Retail Dealer In Fresh Beef Veal Muttonf Dried Tongue Corn Dried and Spiced Beef BOTH PHONES 794 i Stall No1ItI Kentucky Market Fifth and Green Streets 1IS BALL POOL GOOD LIQUORS A SPECIALTY 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BROS TWO STORESI j 16th and Walnut aand and Jefferson BOTH PHONES NIGHT CALLS PROMPTLY ANSWERED I t t u tt t t t t t t It t t t t tt t t u t t t It t t n t It 1SIIAMROGK SALOON ESTABLISHED IN 1870 BY iTBQIVAS MORANHas Weathered AUStoraFiaascial and Otherwise JOaNE BROWNEt i Plaster ROLLONIB- owlers From Many States Have Gathered For the Fray- GroatestTournatnentEver Heldl Will Open ronlhtatA- rmory Strikes Spares SpHtK FramesI E Are Now Only Local Topics VALUABLE PRIZES TO BE AWARDED The long heralded national bowling tournament will open on the new alleys nt the Armory tonight No event In recent years has given Louisville such a reputation as this tournament and It Is expected that every State nUll Territory In the Union will be repre seated by one or more teams The event promises to surpass anything of the kind In the history of bowling mind time alleys have peen especially con structed for the occasion It Is ex pentad that many records will he broken and that Louisville bowlers will give some of the crack teams of the East and North surprises The tournament will begin shortly after 8 oclock Gov Beckham will roll the first ball Acting Mayor Owen Tyler will perform a like office on an other alley and the respective Mayors of Cincinnati St Louis Chicago In dianapolis Philadelphia New Albany and Jeffersonvllle will send the first I balls lown other alleys While time opening Is In progress the band will I play DixieLouisville Sly Old Kentucky Home anil lends all other cities with I fortytwo entries a greater number than was entered In Chicago Mil waukee or Cincinnati when national tournaments were held In those cities Chlcaco will send fortyone teams here mind Cincinnati will send almost as many St Louis Is fourth In the mUll ber of entries with fifteen teams and the bowlers of that city will bring their jfwn brttsa band of forty pieces Last ar Jfeyulft sent only two teams to lily year she wants tip tour to her tor 1007 SU are pitted migatuA honor against i1tG- to r bl exeeNlin Louis bowlers have wllllhouse lintthed Palms and green plants will be used profusely BO as to give the mammoth hall the appearance ota veritable bowling green while time Stars and Stripes will be profusely used In decorating the walls There will be concerts mind dancing every night dur ing the tournament Time prize money Is guaranteed and will exceed 15000 time largest ever raised for a national tournament The prizes will range from 450 down to 25 for five men teams For two men teams there will bo at least one hun dred null fifty cash prizes ranging from fiftyprizesf175 to i Besides the cash prizes eight solid gold medals of original de sign will be awarded The Armory has u seating capacity of 10000 seats and each chair Is ex duringthemammoth ball has been arranged In honor of the outoftown bowlers and Louis711osweetheartsthetourney1 p WELL PLEASED Before leaving Louisville for home Sunday evening the Y M I visitors tolIarryStokesforJailerPfinnzTomqAlcIonoughfor fedtiinthecity l hc t vote of thanks to President Albert PIn T J Oarvey and James B Kelly It was decided that these three worthies knew that their efforts toi please had been appreciated and that 8- thanks were unnecessary 8 i TRANSFERRED WillgCross Church The Rev Father John Sheridan has been transferred from the pastorate of St Michaels to Italy Cross church on West Broadway Ills present parishion crs are very sorry to see him go but hope that his new duties will be less I onerousFather Sheridan was ordained twen tysix years ago and celebrated his first mass In this city at St Michaels where he was assigned as assistant to the late Father ringgenborg lIe re mained there three mouths after whichI lie became Procurator at Preston Park Seminary In 1881 he was transferredl to St Patricks as assistant to the late Father Lnwler where he remained two years The Very llev Father Ba amidpro tempore pastor of St Johns Later he was on rural missions In Western Ken tucky Nineteen years ago he was appointed pastor of St Michaels The appointment was the result of time dying request of Father Plaggenborfr Father Sheridan has labored earnestly at St Michaels and has endeared him self to every member of the parish lie will olliclate at St Michaels two weeks more I HENRY HUNOLD Popular Business Man Who Will AssistIn Entertain ink Bowlers Henry Hunold proprietor of the gro cery and cafe at the southeast corner of Sixth and Walnut streets has made special preparations for the entertain I ment of bowlers during the nationala1 tournttient Since his place is directly across the street from the armory he holds a post of vantage that many others may covet during the next two weeks Mr Hunold is prepared to provide for the ample entertainment of guests dur tug the next two weeks He will have j ai of competent assistants at band1 I his patrons are promptly ii- U conducted on the 1 j t perti with hisl g n Mr Hunold ful business man but he imil H Pier of JTodaybls 1 in honor of Irelands patron saint ai well as in honor of time I visiting bowlers j 1 GRAND COLOR SCHEME The most artistic church decorationsi ever seen In Louisville were those which adorned the sanctuary and main altar at St Louiss Bertrnnds during I SundayMondaye preen white and gold as befitting an Irish church Green Is typical of the heartswhite purelivesfreedombutonlytrueSaviour The devotions were well at tended I 1 ST MARYS VICTORY 1 Mnckln Councils crack basket ball1 team tried Issues with a tenor from St Marys College last Saturday In tho lgymnasium of the latter team Str Marys boys won by a score of 34 to 0I 1 1nf1wC1lghtandnor training of tffo college boys Time Louisville visitors were welt pleased with the treatment accorded them by the college men The courtesy of their 1 hosts took away the sting of defeatt a I I =mmmmUIU4M MmMmmMBIHiMmIIMm MmMmMmGifliBliMltUIiII = FALLS CITY I I MEAT MARKET I I Formerly the Louisville Packing Companys Retail Market = IIs y Louisville Packing Companys Meats Only IYou will always find the best the market affords In Choice Cuts of Beef Alsothecarry e ISftables in fact everything that a firstclass market should haveg 362i SECOND STREET BALLADS Of Ireland to Bo Used In Stinm- latinff New Interest in History Many Chronicles of the Emerald Isle Are Too Long Reprintx Best Poems Will Bo Used in Detailing the Great Events WORK IS NOW IN PROGRESS The Rev Father John McIIale pas tor of St Malachls church In Cleve land has undertaken to stimulate in terest in the history of Ireland by the study of ballads He maintains that most Irish histories are too long too dry and contain an excess of detail difficult of mastery It Is his opinion that n good general conception of the history of the Emerald Isle can be gained by the perusal of standard Irish ballads These he has collected and is arranging in chronological sequence For three months the first of them have been published periodically in the Universe But Father McIIalo Intends to go further than this When St Patricks day rolls around he hopes to have the whole collection compiled in book form These billiards are of fine literary quality They were written by Thomas Davis Aubrey Devere Clarence Man gun T D Sullivan an Irish member of Parliament DArcy McGee Gavan Duffy who was Prime Minister of Australia and other famous poets most of whom lived fifty years ago They give a faithful picture of the times The ballads will be arranged in order of the periods to which they relate Dates wilt be followed only In a Kcnoral way In the brat part of the book poems pertaining to the Celtic Invasion of Ire land will be found Onesof the next periods reflected In ballad form is that in which Christ lived The old tradl tlon of Connor Mack Nessa King of Ulster Is one of these In this it Is re- late1 tint the country was in darkness t the time Christ was crucified Connor asked one of the Druids how it came about When the explanation- was given the king became very angry Drawing ills sword ho slashed at the branches of trees crying that ho wished they were Taws that he might annihilate them The excess of his anger caused his death A missile I that had previously entered his head in battle was released and the warn ing of a physician that when this occurred death would ensue was ful filledThe burial of King Cormack is one of the succeeding ballads This king had embraced the Christian faith He didnt want to be burled with his pagan ancestors While his remains were being borne to the grave the waters rose as a ford was being crossed and carried the hOlly to the place In which he had asked to be interred iv The expedition of King Dathy In the third or fourth century Is the text of another The St Patrick legend Is also ucated as is the battle between the ONel8 nnd McDonalds two lead- Ing chlefthjns of the North of Ireland There Is tfh ballad concerning the building of HoHJDross Abbey by King Limerick one oftho OBriens Brian Born is described So Is the battle of Credran Klllc In 1257 and the life and depth ot Artlfaclltir ugh These are not all byny means but they are recited In order that one may gather a little idea or the proposed book It will bepubllshd in Cleveland I I CURRAN BROTHERS CAFE IJumls and Peter Curran ttP pop=t- ar gentlemen from howling Green have purchased Frank r orerorieg saloon 418 West Green street and Will conduct It under the name of CurrdP Brothers Cafe James Curran has been In business In Bowling Green dur- Ing the last fourteen Years nail his lace was the most popular in that city q is n member of time B PC O Elks and Eagles His brother Peter ffav ranlIs equally popular In Bowling Green Since coming to Louisville time Messrs Curran lhave made the acquaint nce of neap IrishAmericans who re that our Louisville colony has ade swU favorable acquisitions m r Y r C oJs a satClint C McCarthy Pres CC Bickel Vice Pres j B Lewman Cashier C N Matthews Ant Cashier OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN THE SOUTH 1 I first I National Dunki OF LOUISVILLE KY P Capital 500000 Surplus 2500 v huti Acts as reserve agent for National Banks makes a specialty of collections and attends to all matters mostliberalBankersCorpQrations HS E Corner Fifth and MainH r r n- a u 3 + 1 rhC C JOG000- u THE HOUSETHATPLATT BUILT I Everything Uptodate In I MENS FURNISHINGS I I IIN SID PLATT CO tl JOIN H COrlt tAN President DICK SHANIHY Secretary J Jx3xS 4x J S SKS 3x3 4 3 i r REMEMBElfBUYffTHAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO rfURNITURf T4 WM F MAYER419 W MARKET STREET I I I 1 I It I I I I t H t t t t t HUt t P BANNON I President MJBANNONV VlctPrts I Gin Mgr Office a Fourth and I r I ROBT BURRELL Secretary P BANNON J Trsaear Kentucky Vitriflo Brick INCORPORATED lInaufa01urer of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK IFOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Ii505I2 WJiffwdftst TELEPHONE 573 Main Works IIf apIa AItIBtta9 IObla 7ELEIiHONr j1252 rr I1- t j 1 t = K rTYQIKr IRISH A112 RIOANe iAIIia t = = 51wwwwww Mr 2prins res estOuteiD ins reea 1m II preparedC J to meet the demands of style in dress goods trimmings millinery and shoes Bacons usual range of popular prices dominates over everything we are now displaying Bargains innumerable in every department jWEDNESDAY MARCH 21 WILL BE OUR SPRING OPENING DAY I IlMusicand IV Flowers for Spring Opening Day =I I wwww ww ia a a rij I tM I J J X mltfAKER OF dJ f it t IGENTLE MENS I Ii il4GARMENTS1 4 f j lli lei Will soon remote to his new and elegant quarters iij 11= 19 FOIT II1i1 IfoIlfoIrr1 r C r Irr1 IlfoIlfoIr r oJ ICUSCADEN i 4+ + F1++t ++ n t I II I tit t 1 j j 1i tt t t t t t tt BRICK ICE CREAMt Made With Any Number or Design You Desire Telephone Both phones5J8J and 584 f tttt1ttttttttJttttttI1 tttttttttttttttttttt11tttt tttltlt1tt E EJ lr- M S TO ASS El yM yw L r Cumberland Phone 2138 Hoine Phone 2138 =M StreetIt3M LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY =ry Ull1UUlUUlltfUUUUl1UUUU1UU11U1U1U1U LUUfLUUUULU OS SIBUER CO CONTRACTORS i and BUILDERS 101122 SW Cor TwentySixth and Green Sts v Home Phone 2354 Cumb West 354 RENNAN BROIt Horse Shoers and r 7 Wagon MaKers It- ieJ3oppdJrom btsiI t isoi U1sIEi L WORK WARRANTED t fStreet Jet Broadway and rL s a x YOUR PRESENCE IS REQUESTED M- ARwwwrwwwww KET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH t ww rL w nwnv l i BOCK BEER fli flTODAYi George J and John M Christ Phoenix Brewing Co SchaeferMeyer Brewing Co I I CLADAGH Interesting Description of Gal ways Fislior Folk and Their Habits Order and Peace Reign in This Very Ancient Irish Village BeautlfCil and Impressive Core mony of Blessing Ba For Frshermen PEOPLE KEEP FAITH AND TONGUE M Thomas Davis and Gerald Griffin made the Cladagh boatmen famous in song but ft has remained for Jane Martyn whowrlt ilnprOBebutwhOC prose breathes poetry In every line to let us know in America something more about the lives and habits of these Galway fisherfolk This gifted Writer says In PanThe celebrated fishing Village ofCli dagh is situated abouta quarter ofamile to the west of Galway It Is supposed to have been theslandingplace of the- firstsettleraf IIn Hyj ncient Citfe of the Tribe1 At the 3yt glance Jt would aseui U aniwer Geraldi GrifTs dwcrip tipn of ijie t nIIa shower of bouse f bat it soon overlK that ends and IMMGC exist IttiwUai ppartdi kM wore eontonsde Therear itiauiMf able little straettaod agouM wlth pfeys HMdinI iq 111dlrecUosa hiadadi of wst rFF i fl t v l iy Fehr Co Paul Co Senn Co Co tiny thatched houses while in and out and round about the cottage homes iIs spread a carpet of delicate short grass of the softest green refreshing the eyes of the poor fishermen who often for days see nothing but the charging billows of the sea around them passing through the tiny streets may- bes=en many a loving face and gracefull form that might well pose as a model for the sculptor Everywhere around are traces of the seafaring occupation of the villagers piles of nets heaped up at the doorways fish baskets or Hcreelsal- ltheyare called hanging against the walls the long grappling poles thrust into the rafters Here we see old men engaged in making or mending the beau tifully regular network which would not disgrace a ladys handr There a group of fishermen standing in earnest1 consul tatlon over some curiously shaped piece of white canvas stretched upon the ground in which when piece after piece has been added and dovetailed we begin to see the sail ofa large fishing boat forming Under these horny fingers rough ened and browned with honest toil This strong people lived for centuries under the rule of an elective monarchy The will of the King of the CJadagb boat men was law within the boundary of lhis realm He regulated the community according to its own peculiar laws and oppressedlilssubjectsA ceremony takes place ouwunltywhlchncallsthe stir It la the blessing of the Ba with outyrhich the Cladagh fishers neVer vans ture to commence tie busiqel i of the year And now awhile the sjibuselesay Adriatic nourtM her lordwe may behold a c reinonUl jaI the blue waters of Galway biaootilldi jjj5 splendid but one which the simple faith pi thtc poor fiahermen make inblime Tk ter Mtm of tbe saws tact ss those bo sat thdr neto in tnt Itsrof Oallike at thtjr Music and Flowers Frank Brewing Reising Brewing Ackerman Brewing George Wiedemann Brewing reverently follow not the gondola with its proud banner beating the lion of St Mark but the lowly hooker having on board the white robed Dominican with book and stole who leads the way to the fishing grounds and prays for a plen tiful harvest for those patient toilers of the sea The Cladagh people are rather exclu sivein their village life They resent the Intrusion of strangers in their midit foreigners as they call themI from Conneinara or elsewhere They intermarry among themselves using a wedding ring which is quite unique It- is carved with two hands clasped and surmounted by a heart This ring with the grand old Spanish rosary and the scarlet cloak used in past times to be handed down ns heirlooms but each of these is getting rare in Cladflgb prob ably carried away by families emigrating toAmericaThey the anent faith andspeak the ancient tongue once spoken by peer as well as peasantfnIfelandwhich for centuries has lain not dead but sle p- lugJbut is now beginning to revive and assuredly by comparing it with other languages we must admit that None in love can match its sweetness compareNoneNone like it so grand in prayer J n IIRISH REPARTEE A young Irish lady one day entered a railway carrlag where three Knjf IMhmen were seated When the train had started and waai about half a mile but of the station the three traveler began talking about the Irlshi wires onirtof them was heard toayVhYthe Irish sleep with the pigs yJi t 1 In buying tinned frjuMti and vegelac bids select thosecans who tops riir flat or depressed for It the topS aw bulged out air hue entered the tin and fermentation J d sat lT for Spring Opening Day I dJ FsHARRY B DRIVER Prisl WALTER RATCLIFFE Secy Domestic Laundry Company J HIGHGRADE LAUNDRY WORK Collars and Cuffs I18c per dozen PHONES 1720 tIgH 517 FIFTH 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Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall COm Drain Tile Vitrified Street Pavia Brick Proofing Fine Pipe Flue Lining Fire Erick Grate and ISoller Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508 812 W JEFFERSON TBLBPNONE678 t1 WORKSlittbsodLwlngto +tardM gn l vBiI Qth id setG fLIO28 I 1WHALLEN BROTHERS MAUSOLEUM IN ST LOUIS CEMETERY II TASTEFUL Resting Place Erected For the Dead by the Wualloii- Brotliort DorII All That Art Can Lend rowed to Adorn the Mausoleum Stands On Imposing Emlnonci In Pretty Part of the Cemetery The memory of the dead Is nnIfr hercnt care of people of the Irish race No other people continue to guard the biirlnl places of their friends anti rein tires with such careful devotion III the Irish If It be onlythe grave of a babe of poori parents or the grave of n patriot on an Irish hillside It is ever sacred to the memory of the one who Is enclosed there How natural II was then thgt John II and James p Whallen men of Irish blood should have erected the most artistic and costly mausoleum in Louisville If not In the entire South The Whallen mausoleum stands on II knoll In the southwestern part of Sttt- kk Louis cemetery and from Its portals I a visitor has not only a View of the cemetery but can get a blrdss eye viewI of the entire city of LouisvilleI The architecture of the structure Is alon modern Gothic lines The exterior IfI fourteen feet square and attains a height of twenty feet In the center ol the frontal skin Is a copy of Tbonvaldncns statue of Christ In idsI attitude of spreading hIs blessings over the whole world The mausoleum Is constructs of ftarre granite The first course oil ashlars or wilds are pttch face The front of the structure is nlso pitch need to the top of the door On either fide Is n Latin cross carved Into shadows nnd dying away Into clouds lire root anti all parts of the exterior are constructed of fine linmmcretl stone The Interior Is fined with the finest of Italian marbles enclosing eight Catacombs or crypts four onI Cither side Tho rear vnhof the Ul tenor Is also jot Nightly pdllHheJl Italian marble and Is ornamented with a hoau fafulrirt glass window The design Oij the window shows rin inverlctl torch arid the nionagram WU On the front of the Iifusoleum ln raised letters Is inscrljed in relief let = ters Whallen iVrot brs A beautifulI flight of stepst IcadjHrom the portal cf the niauspleum jaowii to the public road One partfmilnrly iicw feature of the niausoleum Irl that It Is equippedI With sliding d 9jt8 Of hrone Thew were ciist Iiv fcw York nail according to an orlgfnii1 pattern They are the t1 flteelI i in jntjuKQleum Archi tecture Qii tiiCHtacomb filah vhkh contain thp iremains of tlicsttoMns Totni 1 1 4 Wlialicn Is tbesutynl pftncelqlii l t rorJrAIt of tlio deHsed lHoly It IfI 1rrollejlIf i Trnm bfliirOti n neatlyt thei pnrtrritInbrerir Jel eri and1 Iii ipltfellefxrethe words 0 Ii Ji 1 GRACLrJJ EiizygorJOHNtfwlttiu J t t t11 1 l ot fi iiII i 2tkJ I 6 i ff ti The floor of the structure Is of Venetian mosaic styleI surrounded by ai exquisite border of tire snare style but of a different color In the rear of the building nail under the window stands n handsome green marble pedestal for tic receipt of a Jardiniere Prom the Center of the celling Is sus pended a sanctuary lamp one of the most sumptuous cvfir brought to Louis ville It Is never permitted to be ex tinguished during night or day I Mrs John IL Wljalcn In whose honor the mausoleum tins been erected was n lady of excellent taste Although a convert to the faith sire had greatly admired the architecture of the Vatican and of other Iuroncan momunents Her husband and brother Iri law know her tastes and had the mausoleum constructed on architectural1 lines that she had much admired Tire mausoleum Is one of the finest pieces of work ever turned out by tire Muldoon Monument Company LORD OHARA Lord OHnrn nn Englishman with nn Irish i mine line lliven iniido First Lord of the British aldmirnlt1 though ho has not attained his twentyfourth ydar lie Is ah enthusiastic Liberal In politics hut knows nothing of marine nffalrw In MARYS ATTRIBUTES Cardinal Newman wrote concerning llie UkWd Virgin t Mury began wljere others eifd whether In knowl edge rln loVe She was from the first clothed Iav sanctlly destined for- pcrsevernnctc luminous nnd glorious In HOlts sight and incessantly employed 1 n mer I torlous nets TUB GOOD CITiZeN The POlIO recommends prayers for good citizenship nnd the Messenger enters Into details ns to what makes n good citizen Hemnrks our Jesuit cIitemporary The man who dr Tote In the ballot hoxii iiiSl Is not tloceFlnrU ha an ell fbrll1g tlta t IIIif pt the com rnuajl fen virtuous life Ifnlt Iii n1 c nltlrllri Is building up the toner and Influence of the ni tloil The little chill nt his mothers kllle who Is being trained In virtue and truth Is already an element of strength and the another who Is niold Ing his character Is fulfilling the duty of citizenship better than If she had n thousand ballots and spoke on every platform In the country He Is a true citizen into Is not a swinrtIer iIn his biisiniFS who Is not corrupt an an of fittlioldcr wire if he Isn solider wjll tight bravely In time of war and will not violate his oath of fidelity by de sorting hi time of pence which Is occurring to nn nlnrininR n tout at the Ipres ent tlinovhe Is n true citizen who if ho Is legislator will stand only fpr just JiAvft and not use hit position for hiss own emplument hilt for his countrys good A couple of cents wortuof yellow ochre stirred well into a p llfui of tho water listd for rlhsUig your cuctala Will telyo them the coior penerallj de Iirotlby mostlnOttsektepers iwrw in maUins cakeg iinili pudding marry- Mknks aul tUut chopped dfitecf1ar aIIIIL The 1501 la aadltlcm tb nisi hnxoret r are esid f4 paltttea- b ti aild beeltb ulr C n TRUTHS Great Railroad Iflnjj Makes Plain Pertinent Facts to Be ltealetnbored- Prosperity lInK Made the Na tion Profligate hud Careless of Future Morei Farmers and Better Care of Soil Ifliuiiuudlui Necessity James J Hill who Is sometimes called the silent railroad IMug of the Northwest recent lygavc utterance to some very pertinent truthstruths thnt we ns Amerlcnns should remember nnd digest He was talking to n Dum ber of other railroad men nnd capi talists Among other things he said Tire nation at large feels that It Is Immensely prosperous We are cutting a wide swath there Is no doubt of It But If we will get down closer ninth examine what we are doing tie will find that we arc living profligately and squandering our heritage In every possible manner We should Insist upon a Letter cultivation of the land For on that one stone depends your future growth and prosperity and there Is no other Item to which you can look no other source of wealth than tint winch comes out of tie cultivation of the soil If the soil Is protected If It Is in telligently handled If your crops are properly rotated If the land 4s forth IJlzed ninth rested and it JUlYI handled you have ii Jl1 IH that will 1JMil T- hn like tl east ya htfcyears Sic should bo a tnidrnland fifty or otto inland sixty millions of people fiJW85renro they goljig Who Is going lo feed them They can manufacture We have the raw material the coalI Iron caper and lead Who will buy our wares- I am not going to find fault with education It newer hurt anybody But if In place of upending so much time and HO much money on languages arid higherI studies we fitted our children lot the life they are to follow for the sphere In witch they are going to move we would do mote for them I know tint In two or three railroads In which Imm Interested tie payrolls voter 80000 to 00000 people We linve tried all ninnnerof young men college teen highschool men smith everything else nail I will take n boy at fifteen years old who hnR Ills own living to- mnkoiis chances will be better If lyf law to contribute to time support of 1 rwlilowed mpthcr I 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Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT Y JQ wamm 1 I tf11 1 IH1tl 1 1H I HII1tHrH +I I+H H 4e THOMAS KEENAN r Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 s All calls promptly attended to day or night Car trtagealurniolieil for all occasions t1225 W MARKET ST o1IH H lIH IIfH+III diII I 1 Ihiot t IIHHH II 1 II ItI Hl I U H tn t t t Htj t d H tnflltft t n DANIELL 1DOUGHERTYt FunerallnireC o rand I Embahnell Bohplolu 2998 Carda9esFurnished Alll QcoaslI ens All C Jls AB wtredPr Dayor Night x1231l9i Market Strt 131tt M+Ntf4 t+ linft it nrtH Hu i STRIKING Wns the Character anti Ability of Thomas Doviri Kcllly Noted Journalist anti Putridt of 1848 Wlio Died mi Arnet lea I I Had Attained Zfiilth of Fam When CurotT WitH Gut Slut f DEATH WAS A RATIONAL CALAMITY Among the Irish putridta pft 1848 none Oosfcrvft a moro devoted tremora Ittthan ThttmaS Devln Reilly lIe was t chronicler of everttBon unirraskerof wrongs and wliereVbr tyranny ran Uelllys pen was ever ready in d fense of the weak and downtrodde- Still lids was a gontlft soul thoifgh bravo even to audacity in time of peril tloftl y it father was a solicitor In the CouTl t Chancery His early education was received In his native town and when he was twelve years old Ills father re moved to Dublin where young Thomas Devln Rellley was placed under the tuition of the priests Later he toolj 1ittldartsgI Trinity lix was rioted for lila attain ments In the classics anirmatheniatlcs lIe took several honors but left theJ college to throw himself into the Young Irelund movement His firstt article was concerning Dr MaddensJ connection JjUtwetii tile Kingdom ofI Iretond aril the Crown of England and nppeured in the Nation at thatt time the organ of the Irish National ists on October 25 1845 when Reilly vras barely twenty ono years old Short ly after his letters On Louis Blanc I History of Ten Years made their appearance and Reilly at once became famous as a writer of elegance andL Y reL In the following year Reilly took to task Mr Steele a member of Conciliation Hall who had attacked cer tarn resolutions offered In the Amer lean House of Representatives by the Hon Felix McConnell of Alabama McConnell held out Inducements for the annexation of Ireland to the Unit ed States Steele in his address lInI J Conciliation Hall said I would rath cr see Ireland overwhelmed and sub merged forever by the swelling and upheaval of the wild Atlantic ocean than annexed to a slaveholding republic I disdain the attainment of a selfish Irish nationality at the sacri fice of the sublime principle of uni versal liberty A few days later or the next issue of tho Nation Reilly wrote a reply to Steele He denied that nationality was selfish condemned the mock phil anthropy toot negatives home inter ests while going abroad for principles to fight about Nationality he wrote is a pearl the richest too in charitys casket Philanthropy enlarged is the j i pearl dissolved Rpilly continued to write against tyranny and oppression and all his articles had literary merit as well as political strength While he could make a speech at times 1m lacked con iI fidenco In his own powers of oratory In his speech at Confederation April 7 1847 Reilly said Impart I A people sir which tamely lies down in its own land to starve deserves to starve If it be given to men to interpret the motives of the living I God and I for one do not believe this famine is His work yet whatever of i It be His was done by Him I am cone vinced to make the national existII ence of our country identical personal lives to make us act men that we may live HUo animals to make us brave in selfdefense Again and In the same month he letI himself out In unmasking the noted scheme of Godley who sought toI Raise an Irish nationality In the backwoods of Canada You are slaves said Reilly to his auditors False flatterers have told you you area brave and a noble pea i file Now I one of the people tell yoUI you are no such thing You are no bits citizens merchants farmers beg gars and all what your present mas ters and owners call you an inferior caste because they are your masters and owners You are not Irish men but Irish slaves Now then choose at I last choose whethOr you will wait on quietly till tho most agonizing of lentils the most horrid of diseases I and the most cruel of infamous projII ects shall have swept you all from tho Irish son or whether you will at once spring to your feet from your apathy and your degradation and win your spurs of nationhood like men I It Is hardly necessary to recite the story of tho failure of the Insurrection Reilly was arrested but was not pros ecuted at tho time Later he was out lawed but after several exciting ad ventures made his way to New York in November 1848 Early in the fol lowing year In company with William fE Robinson he Issued The People laAmericanwas discontinued Ho began the study historyandsumo the editorship of The Protective Union a paper started by the printers- on the Joint stock company plan Tills venture proved a failure and Devln lldlly frottu led to drew York and vr9tet political articles for the Amer llean Review In 1853 lie was given a place in the Land Office asa jeward I for his article defending the govern I mont on Naturalization and tho Kosta CasePoor Reilly tliflln Washington March 0 1854 So great was his pop ularity that a public meeting was held to express the nations sorroW Beverly I Tucker presided while Senator Ji Shields John R Thompson anti John C Breckjnrrdge were among the Vice Presidents Iii the resolutions pee ipk arek sssurtHl u That lrttI1 ah orThomas pevfa j beetiqu4tainetihlttadoptedC OW try andto theJ cause of prograaslviB lJnclphMk llr t It 1much better to + uhOtwaler1J fi f af j Iii inf 1 N 1 yttj than cold in dampening clothes for and tile clothes are ready for tho IIroi Ironing The moisture is more even sooner I ur I AMERICAN e Financier Said to Have Etc C Called to Rome on Business 1 John rierpont Morgan the grc American financier I1s how in Ron rtnd rumor has it flint he visited ti Ktcrnni City nt tile earnest solicit tltion of Ills JIollnesH Poue Pius X The Jntast cnblegranls says that the Pope is iiegotlatingVlth him to hantt the Vatican flnaiipes It Is calculated that nt least 3KX06o more n ytnrvvlll now heir fiuircd by the Holy See anti the prcsoncp of fir Morgan In Rome 1ms proriiptid the rope trt submit to tl American financier a lima Uy whichV cousidean coinp of the Peters ponco fund which Jlelnt i d nmountlnfc to nCnrly 40000000 the Inijrcst portion tit 1thick was left by the hire Pope who liajl accumulated iii It This capital fsllolr juvestedi for the most part in Kevurltlcs which bring n Jow rate of Interest such ns French rnilwny bon ls shares in Jtiillnn and French Inclustrlal enterprises and the lialanw Is IcjmsltodX In the Bank of FiiKlnnil where It draws small InI forest It is now proposed to turn over a this capital bonds ifiiil shares to th Amtflcahhouso of Jjf P Morgan C Co iIn order that tho available pash funds may be invested in good American securities and tliijfT Jiicfoasc the anl nual Income of flip IloJjxScCi u If Mr Morgan should agree with tho pcneriil lines of the now scheme Jt 1 is probable that his banking house willI gradually obtain the administration of the funds of some of the Roman coni progatlons ns for Instance the Prop Brtrida possessing severalI million dol- Lars 1 of property whose Income Is apfri piled to the support of the foreign mis E sions Most of the property of the Propaganda consists in real estate iin Rome and Italy which on account of the enormous taxation and low rentals lyings only an average Income of 2 n 8 per cent I BOUND FOR ROME The Very Rev Father Charles H Mc- Kenna O P and his nephew the Rev Bernard A McKenna who is taking a postgraduate course at the Catholic Uni versity at Washington D C sailed for Rome last Saturday Before returning to America the Fathers McKenna win11 visit Jerusalum and all the interesting parts of tbe Holy Land FLORAL FEATURES Plant a few flowers that vour neighbor dosent and then each can enjoy the others garden By sowing lower seeds in boxes in tbe house now it Is possible to have fine blooming plants early in May You can have Carnations in July by buying young plants in twoinch pots and setting them out in the spring Was your lawn all that you desired last year If not row some reliable preUyloneGovernor Roosevelt which iin addition to being mottled and spotted is distinctly striped Only a few weeks now until Easter and youd better see to it that the Lilies are given all the encouragement to growth that they need I Of course you havent delayed ordering your seeds until this tale in the season except for the best of reasons but dont delay any longer The Chinese Azalea has rapidly in creased in popularity during recent years rind forms a conspicious part of tbe Easter decorations The General Jacqueminot is a very popular hardy crimson rose being a j strong vigorous grower and au early and abundant bloomer For covering trellises piazzas fences and trailing over rockwork etc the Climbing Nasturtiums have a place that is distinctly their own For continuous bloom the Iceland Poppy is a favorite blooming from seed the first season and producing flowers from early in June until October nor a variety of uses the Candytuft is is very popular being effective in beds pots borders and edes1nd flowering quite profusely throughout the season j They are easily cultivated Perhaps a climbing viuewould immeasurably improve tbe appearance of that front or back porch The Clematis will grow from fifteen to twenty feet in a seasonMost everybody knows tbe oldfash toned Sweetlyssumand no garden should be without the sweet honeylike perfume which the flowers emit Fortbedding and edgings no little annual 18r more deservedly popular Dont throw away the packets in which the seeds come In addition to coptalnJ ing valuable directions for planting and cultivaliouJtbey are excellent sources of information when the name of apar ticniar Mower slips the tongue and is wanted Aree addition to the Sunflower f i atalksofwhich l t1iridllowereduriugi f It t r i uhfE2 + a w 0 rf j l KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where nAnew council of tbe order is to be established at WarrenR I Watben Council entertained 200 ladies at its first nnuual concert and ball atRhode Island Knights will hold their teState convention at Pawtttcket on May 1 1CCouncil Bluffs Council has conferred the three degrees on a new class of sixty The new council at Jackson Tenn willbe formallyinstltuted on March 25 leThe fourth degree will be conferredon a class of 200 applicants at Nashville on April 20 A postinitiate dinner was served to 1228 Knights after the recent degree work at Erie At a recent meeting of Lafayette Cottn tocali of Chicago thirtythree candidates received the first and second degrees- r The Philadelphia Knights have named a committee of sixteen to organize an assembly of the fourth degree in that city V Port XVyne Council has a membership of COO though itis only four years old It also boasts the handsomest quarters in Indiana Auburn Council of New York State closed itspre lenten festivities with a grand banquet The feast was enjoyed by 126 Knights The good ladies of Huntington lad showered the members of the council with beautifull and useful articles for their clubrooms llNew Haven Knights are preparing to rousingereception when the national convention is held there injure When a class of 100 received the third degree at Erie there were 1200 Knights present from neighboringi towns and cities After the initiation 1023 men sat down to a delightful banquetIAt the last meeting of Division 14 of Pall River Mass thirtyfive candidates were initiated and fifteen applications were presented The members think this is a record breaker for one day A party of Knights from New York and the New England States composing the InterState Tours Club were given a warm welcome in Cubalast week While at Havana they were escorded to the national palace and were given a reception by President Palms The knights battleshiprplaced a wreath on one of the protruding masts HOW EDITORS GET RICH liter n Rood deal1 of study nnl work we liuve nt Inst figured out why so many country editors get rich Hero le the secret of success A child Is born In the neighborhood tho attending physician pots 810 the editor gives the loudlunged yotmster mILl tho happy parents a sendoff and gets 0 Whet It ls fhrlnUird the minister gets 10 and the editor pets tOO It grows up and marries rhe editor publishes another lung winded llowery article and tells a dozen lies about the beautiful and Ileolllilll hell bride the minister gets Jiff tutu a piece of cake and the editor gets 000 In the course of time It tiles mid the doctor gets from 25 to F100 the minister gets perhaps an ot her tu the undertaker gets from k4 to SlflO the editor publishes n notice of the lentil and an obituary two columns tong lodge and society resolutions a lot of poetry and a free card or thanks anti gets 0000 Xo wonder so ninny edttors get rich I I PRIEST POLICEMAN i Father John Chidwick the famous Chaplain of the Maine and President of the alumni of Manhattan College was given a dinner by the alumni at the Hotel Astor and presented with a police mans belfnnd night stick The dinner was to celebrate Father Chidwicks appointment as a Chaplain of the NeIYork police with the relative rank of Inspector Supreme Court Justine Dowl ing made the presentation speech and expressed the belief that from now on tbe morals of the blu coats would be perfect Rev Patrick 1 Hayes Chart cellor of the archdiocese of New York and others made short speeches I CATHOLICS AT LAGRANGe The Catholics of Lagrange have par chased a pew altar cloth and antependium for the decoration of their church Besides these two new vestments and new altar cards have replaced the old worn out ones A new and modern stove now used for heating the church The old clothes press in the sacristy has been renovated and painted so that the vest= ments are safe from the ravages of the atmosphere These improvements testify that the efforts oftbe Rev Father Edward Does who is in charge of that mission are being appreciated Father Does is now trying to secure black anti purple vestments for his little mission at Gest I EUTERPE Foimer members of the Euterpe twenty five years bavearrangedfoRr- eunlonandbanquet at Seelbachs Hotel staffing society that has not existed for at 8 oclock on the evening of March 17 proposedreplonOlsArrarbrusfBen Frese William trick Charles Scholtz aud R BaUde w CARNET FOR RECTORV H8aej1Klfen 1pley and Lena Walsh UeylOOltUtbaitcountryimissionancl secured mpney o purcbasen wi carpets for the parlor Iwllyyay ot Father vSoes house reVcrwod father rill appreciates additionall 9tDforw K = I II7I Y e O 1 1 t vrn F jlq ASK FOR I 4WALTERSf I III f IIIi BROS 1 Clay Street Brewery m jjComon ffj III ock deerff- B 1 BOTH PHONES All 1 l STREET1Lfa FRflNK rtHR BREWING 60 INCOnPORATED Brewers and BottleLOUISVILLE XV Uoth Phones 3399 r DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Dues Called For Sod Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 7 I 9vW BROADWAY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPIIONE 139o Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumbo Phone Haiti 1913 TIrshone WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS j BeersSoldexcellent fikfee Gruber Deuser Managers LouIsyiHeKy ASK FOR DIERSENSF Ti E DA1LI SFiFilsTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OKRTEBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY I CREAM COMMON BEER t 14004404t Story Avenue J Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE iKYcr yORN R WALTERS CIayS reet Brewety1 812 and14 CLAX STItEETs Tie e w W rA t h l 1 TLI08Y IRISH A11I1 RYl7 2rt yr INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW IN THE Catholic Knights of America tTlda It the safest and cheapest Insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic man should protect bls wife and children by carrying a policy in this old and established life insurance organization- An examination of Its rates will convince you of its superiority overall others Remember that life Is uncertain and delays dangerous i sure now while you can and protect your loved ones There are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de Bired nformation will be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE I NEWTON G ROGERS President HARRY A VEENEMAN Secretary 2IEYERH1TiP1LPWHOLESALE Iron and Metals Boilers Engines Rails j Tanks Pipes and All Kinds of Second- Hand Machinery f I Camping Outfits Tents Tarpaulins y Fly and Horse Covers COME AND SEE ME iYARDSr513 East Jefferson St 245 247 249 E Main St I550 to 560 Franklin St 508 to 520 Fulton St J Local and Long Distance Phones 2737 1 OFFICE 513 AND 515 EAST MARKET ST M v1 aNL l lFo iOW THE R WD And you DONT RUN no RISK by giving YOUR LAUNDRY to the1 UNITED LAUNDRY COII Incorporated I HAND WORK A SPECIALTY t I GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED i BOTH PHONES 1188493732 11 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 8 s3 s 3 Sx s x woe pOCf v M1tC1tUIEYS1 Vpndir Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings V and Wednesday Matinee TJJE WIZARD OF OZ RrUy and Saturday Eveulngs and Saturday Dlotlne- eJt11UMARLOWE and EH SOT- HERNfoPKINs HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE1 TWO SHOWS DAILY i tywnlng Week Beginning Sunday Mar 18 DOLLY FANNY RICE IfulngtngfBrown llarrU Drown Jn Just to Laugh Thats All lderJavette Trio acrobatic corn edybieyclfsts Cllfiord Burke comedians and dancers Dianne Twin Sisters mandolin duett laUKlne lit Cottbold presenting A Medical Discovery BaaderI ivelle Trio Acrobatic Com f edynicycl ets Dionne Twin Sisters Jas VMe Donald Singllig Comedian and Reconteur and the Klnidrome The Wolf Trap and other new totnedy pictures iQ- dtt BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY p Jl r lB8 CO1dENCINa SUNDAY HAB13 It JYDINKINS PENNANT WINNERS TheAlcazarBeauliosr 3ennblg vaudeville acts3 Marvelous JCwtlry Bros Frank Riley JasB Car oiHaiRbl and Dean Kelly and Bart l Utttt Seyonsand Sawtelle and Sears f B THOMPSON fu A BORISROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS F ttiAvee281 W Jiflinon Sh JOUT PIJCIIOSO All orders receive prompt attention and rtisiietkin ansaranteed wtltt are towonsale- r tech of ill QUICKMEAL STEEL RANCE31 18AKE WELL tgI- I LOOK WELL LAST WELL QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bsst In The World Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair QEHER SON 217 Market St near Second AMUSEMENTS The Wizard of Oz a splendid spec tacular musical comedy will be the attraction at Macanleys Theater during the first half of next week On Thursday evening the Philharmonic concert will be given Sothern and Miss Marlowe in Shakespearian roles will hold the boards Friday and Saturday nights and Satur day matinee David Harum a dramatization of the novel of the same name will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater next week Harry Brown an actor of great repute In the East will assay the title role and his impersonation of the char acter is said to be excellent Fanny Rice always a favorite here will be the headliner at Hopkins Theater next week Other vaudeville artists on the bill are the four Marnos Brown Harris and Brown Clifford and Burke James McDonald Dionne and Sisters and Kline and Gotthold The kinodrome will afford new pictures The Alcazar Beauties will hold the boards at the Buckingham Theater next week They will present two bright bnrlettas The olio will include seven great vaudeville acts This aggregation of talent promises to furnish the best entertainment seen at this theater during the season Even the police have been struck by the craze for skates Dave Burke Mike Hogan Bob Reilly and Ed Clare are among the latest to try the rollers at the Princess Rink The new sandpapering 1 machine has put the floor in the best I possible shape and the number of private I parties continues to increase During the first fnights of this week 1 A series of races were held at the Phoenix Hill Rink Only amateurs were per matted to enter the contests and the feature proved a very attractive one The additional states for ladles and children have arrived and will be put into commission nt once i ROTES PALM GARDEN For the benefit and convenience of the bowlers who will attend the national tournament a palm garden has been arranged in the Liederkranz Hall on Walnut street near Sixth The hall has been handsomely decorated with ferns ana palms This place of refreshment and ntert lum ntwtltbifunderthe GroteAnduring the afternoon and lfealtgrke tJtbtwWl tbc tonnwrnent l ars r e I 1 j + i FOR SIXTY YEARS Has the McKenna Whisky Been Made In Nelson I County The McKenna whisky distilled at Fair field Ky is the nearest to the pure article that can be found Henry Mc Kenna the founder of the business was an Irish gentleman of the old school He was prond of his birth and ancestry proud of America and nobody bad any greater pride in Kentucky He estab lished his distillery at Fairfield more than sixty years ago From the first he was a stickler for pure goods No man who tampered with or adulterated whisky could buy fromHenry McKeuna if he knew it- Since his death his three sons Jame3 eA AA t AA MKENNA DISTILLERY AT FAIRFIELD KY Daniel and Stafford McKenna have followed the example of their father and they continue to put on the market the same old brand of handmade sour mash distilled by their father for threescore years They continue to restrict the output to 1500 barrels a year but the wide popularity of the article they manu facture makes rapid sales where other liquors are passed by Henry Bosquet proprietor of the old Blue House at 245 Fourth avenue is the local representative for H McKenna tbeILouisville We present a picture of the McKenna distillery to give our readers an idea of the size of the plant MATCH GAME V Cincinnati Bowlers to Try Issues With Local Brewers Louisville and Cincinnati bowlers will celebrate the anniversary of Irelands patron saint by rolling a match game often pins at Phoenix Hill Park this even ing The line up will be as follows Cincinnati Will F Hess Charles J Kauffman George H Osterfeld Walter P Sohn Chris J Goetz Joe A Miller manager Louisville Charles A Weber Frank P Senn Charles P Debler Frank Fehr Andy F Fehr Charles D Goepper managerThe bowlers will wear white shirts with a green OIL embroidered on the bosom black trousers with green stripes white sboes and caps The Cin cinnati team will be arrayed in white sweaters with purple stripes with white trousers shoes and hats BOCK BEER HERE The Beverage That tins Been Famous For Centuries Appears Pictures of an imposing looking billy goat adorn many windows today and announce to tbe faithful followers or Gambriqus that Bock beer is out today and tomorrow Most people who arejj accustomed to use beer know what Bock is but there are some who are not learned in tbe lore of the ancient German folk To them there is no signifi I cance in the emblem of the beer that is put on tap every spring Deer seems to have been a favorite beverage with the ancient Germans andII Britons for as far back as history and tradition have anything to tell of tbeJ habits of these people Formerly the j beer brewing was a domestic industry and the mild liquor was drunk assoon as made because there was no means of a keepingrinool John the First of Germany called Jan Primus now corrupted into Gambrinus was a lover of beer One of his servants stole a jug of beer but Becoming alarmed buried it and ran away joining himself to another duke in one of the northern principal ivies A year later coming back to his rightful lord to ask forgiveness be stop ped by the way and dug up the jug and to his surprise found a most excellent ripened beer He took it to hia lord and that shrewd ruler saw at once that the beer could be made mvich better by rip AsuingThisjwaa the origin of lagerbeer andm froiCl It came Bock beer No beer could a be fuilyrJpcnedsaed rtng1ewlnter months liecans of the lack of refrigenit Ing facilities and if became she custom f LZOm9let ofthet f wiUt which the aollI ol pring WM ctUbnUd And tlakwUa cuMctti II- u c- ii r t i i j cf that is preserved to this day in the aunual tapping of Bock beer with the opening of spring There is Common Bock and Lager Bock and both kinds are on tap today MANY MATTERS Discussed at Hustling Busi ness Meeting of Divi sion I President John M Mulloy presided over a fairly well attended meeting of Division 1 Monday night It was strictly abusiness meeting and things kept mov ing in lively style Charles S Raidy on behalf of the Federation Committee reported that a visit to Mayor Paul C I BartU resulted in his promise to appoint Catholics on the Library Board whenever A A A A n A A AA AAAIM AIUMI n MnL w dog the occasion offered James J Cusick was reported still very ill of rheumatism Thomas Dolan reported that the County Board bad organized a degree team from members of the four divisions and that rehearsals showed that the men wete all up in their parts He also announced that there would be a joint initiation on March 27 and every member of the order is expected to be present New costumes and paraphernalia have been secured to equip the members of the team The Ladies Auxiliary sent word that its dra matic club was progressing favorably and that an efficient director had been secured to take charge of thee rehearsals The young actors are now meeting twice a week National Director Butler was present and told how favorably everything was progressing for the celebration tomorrow night He urged the members to adver tise tbe affair among their friends I HARRY MILLER Popular Young Attendant Who Lends Broad Smiles to AH IHarry Miller who is the chief assistant to Henry Hunold at the letters establish ment at Sixth and Walnut streets is pre paring for a hard siege during the next I fortnight His friends are wonderingif the hard work he is about to begin will not wear off the perpetual smile tha adorns his countenance Genial and accommodating he is Harry has made hosts of friends among the bowlers who greetblmAlthough a former resident of New Albany and an active worker in the HarryIIto make his homein this city Hewears shamrock today In honor of St Patrick n NEW GUEST HOUSE Groundhasbeen broken forthe foundation of the guest house atSt Marys College Marion county The building will be handsome and commodious Its erection was made necessary by the con stantly increasing attendance of pupils r a C K of AEvery Catholic young man and young lady should hold a Benefit Knigbts6feAmericat the age of nineteen years the insur peronththerefterNewOrleansgo tcuI twelveWagonsl means Cu spa den Delivers ipe Cream qii ok cm m jJ4 Iirtf arC FATHER HOGARTY Will Be Orator at St Patrllf= ks Church This Morn ing Tho celebration at St Patricks church In honor of Irelands patron mornlugCronin pastor and Vicar General will officiate at solemn high mass All the placesinHogarty will preach the sermon TJ A Schmltt the talented young organist has arranged a special pro gramme Nearly every other Catholic choir In the city will lend some of Its members to swell the glad chorus The main feature of the programme will be Mozarts Twelfth Mass At the Gospel an Ave Maria especially or ranged by Organist Schmitt will be rendered by the grand chorus Preceding the sermon La Machos celebrated trio Venl Creator will be given Charles Letzler one of Lonlsvllles most ac complished young violinists will give Mendlesshons concerto during the Offertory After mass Is concluded there will be a brief concert of Irish airs arranged for the organ violin and cornet with Messrs Schmitt Letzler and Elchhorn doing the honors NEW STATIONS Canonically Dedicated New Church of St Augustine in defrersonvllle The handsome now stations of the Wny 6f the Cross recently Installed In St Augustlnerf church In Jefferson vlllc were canonically dedicated on Tuesday evening Among the clergy who assisted nt the cremeony were the Her Father John OConnelli rector or tho church the Very Rev Father Paul Alf O F Jf of St Bonifaces Convent the Kev Father Charles Cur ran of New Albany and the Rev Inther Edmund Kaiser of Jefferson vllle Father Paul Alt delivered the dedicatory sormqn which was followed by benediction of time most blessed sacrament In his sermon Father Alt dwelt on the beautiful custom of following the stations and congratulated Father OConnell on securing such works of art to adorn the church He also com plimented the congregation for turning out In such large numbers on such an Inclement night The new stations are In full relief null are of stone composition and almost complete the adornment of the church Father OConnell Is exceed ingly pleased with the progress that is being made by his parish Ills new church and his parochial schools are a credit to the diocese of Indianapolis DISCUSSIONS Of Timely Topics Occupied Members of Divis ion 4rBad weather was responsible for in unusually small attendance of Division 1 A 0 II on Wednesday night How eleImentscussions took place VicePresident chnlr1JohnHealy and James Lyons were reported j declnrcllltogibbons were appointed to 8ereonII nmllAustIni promoted to Scribe Joseph P McGinn j announced that an initiation would be held on March 37 and urged all candidates for the degrees to be present Several Interesting talks on the celebra thou to bo held tomorrow night and the proposed new hall occupied the rest of the evening FRENCH CATHOLICS Resist Attempts of Govern ment Inspectors at Marseilles According to the cnbles nn exciting scene occurred outside tbe doors of the cathedral nt Marseilles on Tuesday Government ofllcers attempted to take on Inventory under the law providing for n separation of Church and State affairs whereupon the Bishop attiredl in mitre and other emblems of his of flee and surrounded by his entire con sregatlon appeared at the threshold Ho ordered the authorities not tto enter detnounclng the law as renewing the evilsi I which brought on the revolution ant L J reign of terror The Trench added Here before the altar I announce that I am prepared to suffer Imprison ment exile or death in defending rights of the church UIIII ThenuthorlOes withdrew to avoid trouble and the people of the congrega tlon have placed guards around the I church to the the 1Gocrnmentlnspcctors IF VNEEDA JAIL See Meyer HIIpp and Ask Him Help to Equip the Place at The old mills to be torn down and beerectedMeyer HIIpp one of the largest deal I In secondhand Iron in the South has purchased time cells and nil iron pfdJal11 fromItold Jail building from the Fiscal Court cells and Jell equipments are its t1ils new and smaller cities and untlescontemplattng new places tot confinement for their prisoners will do well to communicate with Mr Hilpp 01 Ribbons are being used a great deall as both and millinery ygolrae r 1tH ++HH ++ 11++ +H+F+++++0 + IGREATSALEHIRON r GREENESBeing the Largest Handlers of 1 Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 250 to 25 JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET + M M 4 NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENT LIKE GOOD JEWELRY wholefamilypossibly sell for SEE US FIRST J BRUNN RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Michael S Kehoe S popular young man of New Albany wbo died last Friday took place from Holy Trinity church on Monday The deceased was the son of Mr and Mrs Miles Kehoe Owen OBryan a former resident of Jeffersonville who died at Nashville on Saturday was brought to his old home for burial on Monday The funeral took place from St Augustines church on Mouday morning Four daughters sur vive him Surrounded by thirty Sisters and more than 100 praying women the immortal soul of Mrs johanua Maher took flight on Tuesday morning She had been for some time an inmate of the Little Sisters of the Poors home for the aged and infirm The deceased was born in the County Tipperary Ireland eighty years ago but came to America when quite a young woman For more than fifty years she was a resident of Jeffersonville aud was noted for her many excellent traits of character One daughter Mrs Kate Tracy of this city survives her She is also survived by the following grand children Joseph James and John Tracy well known in the East End Martin Goss formerly of Jeffersonville now of this city Richard John and Frank Ken nedy of Jeffersonville were her nephews The requiem mass over the remains was celebrated in the chapel of the Little Sisters by the Very Rev Father Paul Alf Mrs Tracy desires to express her thanks to the many friends who accom panied her mothers remains to their last resting place in St Johns cemetery m BARRY ON SKATES John J Barry the handsome editor of the New Haven Echo was a welcome visitor in Louisville Saturday and Sun day John is a true sport Whenever a Helplays golfsari coaches girls in academic classes at New Haven and bowls in Lou isville His latest stunt is roller skating During his visiti to Louisville be went to Trinity Councils club house and saw gracefullvL johnea pair John struck out slowly but the skates were contrary and wanted to move in opposite directions Tbe editors patience became I and he finally took off the skates He is not through with the sport yet He bought skates of own and is practicing every night on the pike New Haven and Athertonvllle EMINENCE CATHOLICS NonCatholics as well as Catholics are attending the Lenten devotions at Eminence every Friday afternoon Tbe Rev Father Edward W Does officiates Tic Way of the Cross The par ishoners are at work collecting funds to erect a wire or iron fence around the church property to take the place of the wooden fence which was blown down during a storm last December When the new fence is erected the Catholic church property will be among the hand somest in Eminence IMPORTANT The Joint Committee of the local Young Mens Institute will me thi Satolli Councils rooms Sixth and Brcck iurZdge streets at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon A nil attendance is dwirfcd matters fiimportance are tobe dis Th JEWELER 1530 WEST MARKET New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK OPENS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 Two Sessions Daily floor space in city PerfectIILargest intoxicants sold on premises PRINCESS SKATING RINK Saturday Mar 17St Patricks Day A SHAMROCK FOR EVERYONE Art 1030Salurdays AFTERNOON CTSSKATING NEXT WEEK The Resos I IiOUQS8TO6 SVNDAYSX9T012 DONT Good Denial YOU work WANTIIthe least money Our Dentistry Will We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR N1J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH VENUE oppJno C Lewis Co WE MANUFACTURE 13JISMIE WOODFIBER PLASTER 100 POUNDS Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated brook and River Louisville Ky TELEPHONE 2267 Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555 PETER MeAIDRIOT 80N8 x WIGOM MANUFICIURER1C- Nr RtJlill aid RubKr11i Z2t7WEStOREIN ST c Ii jt otJ i 7 YOU r CAN BUY A GOOD SPRING OVERCOATFOR i 10 AND A- GENUINE CRAVENETTE RAINCOAT FOR 1250 A- TLEVYS Third and Market FLOORFIX FOR FLOORS FtoogFix WojKS WO LOUISVILLE VARNISH CO LOUISVILLE FOR SALE BY PEASLEEGAULBERT COMPANY WEPLERS BOMBING STABLE t STREETNFirst class Rubber Tire 1 Carriages and Coupes to let at reasonable rates for erbll and Private Parties Calls answered at all hours day or night Both phones CHAS J- CRONANp REAL ESTATE HOME PHONE 1614 k w 313 Louisville trust Bldg t The Little Store Around the Corner M E KEATING 1808 PORTLAND AVENUE New Spring Dress Goods Gents Curnishings Ladies Neckwear and Fhlldrens Headgear 44 LOUIS VlhLE DMTAb PAMIRSI S 544 Fourth Avenue Patnlttt Extraction Examination Free Lady in attendance Established 12 Years Honest prices good work and a reliable place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until 8 oclock Sundays 8 a m to 1 p m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 41h Avei In Avenue Theatn Building 1 4Oldand Rare Whiskies a Specialty f l BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEf g LOUIS WABHITZ CO r PriPr Tars 3339 FIFTH STREETr 1 7 u ri N RNIANu What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 will hold its meeting ot Monday night- Providence now has five military divaaI ions of the order Hartford Hibernians will celebrate Sttt Patricks day on Monday A new division of the Ladles Auxiliary has been organized in Washington The Covington divisipn initiated n large class of candidates on Wednesda nightThree French military companies will march with the Providence Hibernian- today J At a recent meeting of Division 45 Boston fifteen applications were pre sentedThe Ladies Auxiliary of Norwich Conn has celebrated its seventh anni versaryThe dramatic club organized by the Ladles Auxiliary is holding two rehearsals a week A new division has been established at Uuionville Conn It has a charter mem bership of sixty The Ladies Auxiliary will meet on Wednesday night The President desires a full attendance Division 6 of Providence exemplifiedI the first and second degrees on a class often r at its last meeting- A new division of the Ladies Auxiliar will be established at Beverly Mass I Immediately after Easter Division 2 met last night and favorable reports were heard concerning the entertainment tomorrow night It is hoped that proposers of members will have their candidates on hand for the joint initiation on March 27 At Fall River Mass Division 14 gave its fifteenth annual ball Two hundred couples took part in the grand march Ten new members were initiated and five new members were proposed at the last meeting of Division 20 of Providence National President James E Dolan was a recent visitor at Providence Division 8 and Ladles Auxiliary 12 gave him an informal reception Nashville Hibernians will tonight pre sent an opera The Lily of Killarney It is said to be the only distinctively Irish opera ever written The County Board has arranged for a joint initiation on the evening of Tuesday March 27 All candidates are urged to be present that evening The two divisions of Spokane Wash will give an entertainment tonight the proceeds of which will be given to the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Joseph P McGinn displayed his versatile ideas at the meeting of Division 4 on Monday night He was able and willing to talk on every proposition that devel opedThe various divisions and branches of the Ladies Auziliary in Baltimore will celebrate St Patricks day by attending vespers at St Martins church The social celebrations of the day will be held on different dates Division 18 of Salem Mass gave a- very successful fair The lady friends of the members ably assisted them in the work As a result the division tendered a banquet to the ladies At least 275 persons partook of the spreadJJ MYSTERYII The Frneh Hawthorne BushII Blooms at Christmas and J t In Summer To Irishmen the notoriety whichII KonI de Castellane is now enjoying in connection with his inatrlmpnlal dmlI cultles may recall the fact that it isII on Ho Cntellnnos plnco on the River Loire that IH situated the ancient church of tft Patrick which for hUllII drwlrt of years past has been at ChristII inns time the bourne of Innumerable iillKrIinagt on the part of pious Cntho lUs from the Emerald Isle The leg end Is that the patron saint of Ireland went to teach the gospel In Brit truly anti the west of Prance and found i himself obliged to swim across the river Loire as there was no other nicnim of crossing tho stream He landed near n hawthorne bush on which bo spread his mantle to dry Since then the bush which used only to flower In tile summer breaks out ppnln in kivlsh blossoms every ChristI inns on the anniversary of the stunts coining no matter what the condition of the weather Transplanted cuttings of tho bush only come out In flower In the uoruml season Efforts have been made to explain this peculiarity of the bash by the presence of a warm spring passing near the roots But digging and research have failed to discover It The bush blossomed as usual last Christmas and the ancient church of St 1atrlck close by was visited ns iiHual by n number of pilgrims front Ireland The estate belongs of course rot to foul dc Catellane but to Ills mother the marqulcse and the rector of St Patricks church Is her chaplain It Is Indeed In that church of St Patrick that Bonl made his first communion STRICTLY BUSINESS Was Meeting of Trinity Coun sit Last Monday- Evenipg Trinity Council held its regular meet ing Monday night The attendance was large and President Martin occupied the chair It was a business meeting strictly Oae application was received three new members were elected and three memo bers were reported on the sick list It was definitely decided 10 hold the annual outing at Fontaine Ferryon May 2 It was also decided to approach holy communion in a body on March f V 25Phet offl t II- c ii- f d t t j f Bowling Committee declared Jl1at11i would pay a second visit to New Have vieitorsyibeilJI from the disastrioiis defeat of last Satur day night Sr6cIDv A baby boy has come to gladden the home of T J Broderick 333 East Green street Mrs Frank McKernan hat been caller to Adalrville on account of the Illness of her father yMiss Julia McManahan of Crescent Hill has gone to New York for a visits Jeffr a stay of several weeks Col John H Whallen will return today from a weeks business visit to New York aud Philadelphia Mrs Rose Henley who has been ill off thegrip at her home 53i Twentysixth street is on the road to recovery Joseph Dugan formerly of Louisville enjoyingWilliam OConnor the well known attorney who suffered from a severe siege of typhoid fever is now convalescent Mrs Charles Vpegeler of 2535 Crop duringyMrs Florence OSullivan has returned to her home at Lebanon after a pleasant visit to Mrs B S Mattingly of this city Mrs John Davern and Mrs Joe Roman have returned home from Parkview where they were the guests of Mrs Will Stengel Miss Aleen Moran has returned to her home at Crescent Hill after spending a week in New Albany as the guest of Miss Alma Reed Adam Leibel one of Jeffersonvillcs substantial citizens left Sunday for loot Springs where he will remain for athree weeks rest The many friends of Dr J Halpin OReilly will be glad to learn that he is rapidly recoverning from his attack of pneumonia John Sexton is acting Chief of Detec tives in the absence of Capt Thomas Maher who is taking a vacation on account of ill health Miss Mary Trainor who has been ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hqspital dur ing the past five weeks is imprbvingand her friends hope to see her out in a short time Miss Edna M Haager who has been attending Hamilton College at Lexing ton arrived home Thursday to spend a few days with her parents Col and Mrs J H Haager John W Fleming the popular book keeper at the First National Bank is receiving congratulations over the arrival Of a fine baby boy The little fellow arrived last Sunday Miss Minnie McMillen daughter of F J McMillen station agent for the L N at Tunnel Hill is seriously 111of pneumonia Her many Louisville friends are hoping for her speedy recovery Robert A Greenwcll of New Hav n WAS loo buy nursing a new girl baby to accompany the Y M I bowling team to Louisville last Saturday This is his third child and the father is quite proud Mrs Robert H Young Ili8 pleasing and popular wife of the County Surveyor left Wednesday for an extended visit to Virginia where both Mr t and Mrs Young have many friends and relatives IJohn X KInberger will give a number of his friends a box party at th openh g eveningIlls j Meeban HenryJMeehan and Joseph Kin t berger of this city Messrs and Mes dames John Oetken Walter Klarer and S C Clark of New Albany The box j is in the center of the arena and the t possibleA post Lenteu event of importance in Limericksociety circles will be the mtrlmonybetween Ellen Joyce The prospective groom is a molder in the employ of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company sand is an active member of Division 4 A O Huts fiancee is a lady of charming per sonalityrand Mr Hennessy is receiving many congratulations on winning such a magnificent specimen of Irish woman hood Mrs Philip Ackerman wife of the well known brewer celebrated her fifty ninth birthday this week Among those JoeSibler I John Ratterman Joseph Hubbuch and members of their respective families The Ackerman home at 2112 West Mar ket street was tastefully decorated in honor of the occasion and a delicious luncheon was served All her guests wished the hostess many happy returns of the day Mrs E Tibbetts wife of the chief engineer for the Henry Vogt Machine Company and her sister Miss Emma Collins with little Miss Ruth and Master AlbertTlbbetisreturntdfrom New Orleans Monday night While in the Crescent City the Louisville visitors were guests of John Garrity and family They are delighted in displaying to their whichmade monthsviett r Ll I n 4 fJ t jYfh IRELANDI rRecord of the Host important ot the Rent Events Culled From Exchanges Belfast union labor organizations have demanded a 5 per cent increase on piece workWhile engaged felling timber Michael Horn of Atblone Was struck and killed by a falling log- In the Castle sland district of Kerry every child speaks reads and writes the Gaelic language The people of County Mayo are pre Castlebardurn ing the month of June J C Geraghty has been appointed postmaster of Roscommon He has been in the postal service at Belfast Patrick Vallely one of the best known men in County Armagh died recently at Tullyberron at the age of 101 years The Government Board has sanctioned changing the name of the workhouse a s Westport County Mayo to St Home The steam trawler Fulmar of Mil ford was wrecked off the Wexfor coast The captain and six of his crew were rescued A patent relating to electromagnetic Improvement in looms has been taken out by A J Davidson of Crossgar County Down A chime of bells has been placed in St Patricks church Dundalk The bells cost 20000 and were the gift of Mrs Hamill of Seatown Every town in Western Ireland and many towns in Ulster have decided to celebrate St Patrick day by keeping the public houses or saloons closed Miss Josephine Malpy of Rathgauny and Miss Mary Evans of Ballynacraggy have been received into the Convent of Perpetual Adoration County Leitrim Limerick is making great preparations- for the Thomond Pels which is to be heldon May 25 There will be competi tions in singing music recitations and oratoryArthur Monaghan who has resided all his life in Mourne County Down died recently at the age of 108 He was a farmer and worked in the fields until last autumn A watch found on a dead body washed ashore in Cork harbor indicates that the schooler Pluvior which has been miss- Ing since December was wrecked in that neighborhoodRichard who contested South Dublin againsr Walter Long and was defeated has been nominated for North Galway to succeed the late Thomas Hig gins M P who was found dead in bed the morning after his election The Very Rev Father Salvatore D D has been transferred from his position as professor of canon law at Maynooth College to the city of Rome with the titles ofF Monsignor and Consultor to the Sacred Congregation of the Propaganda- A special meeting of the Leitrim County Council held at Carrick on Shan non to approve a Government grant for 120000 for the development of the Cavan Leitrim railway was broken up by a crowd of ratepayers from the Gowel district They objected to the payment of the guarantee which the development of the railway would entail KERRY MAN Capt Morlarlty of New York Met Some Local Friends Brooklyn P j Moriarlty of spent Saturday Sunday and Monday in Louis ville While In Louisville he celled upon several old time Kerry friends among them John Moriarity Timothy OSulli van and Jeremiah Kavauagh He is Captain of Company B of the famous kixtyninth regiment of New York and is full of enthusiasm ieunling Irelands pr sjects Unfortunately be became ill oh Monday and returned to New York but p omised before leaving to come back to this city in the next ten dasICapt Moriarity is a splendid specimen of Irish manhood six feet tall and built in proportion To a representative of the Kentucky Irish American be said I am pleased with what I have seen of Louisville You have many good IrishAmericans here I understand though I met only a few I regret my illness since it compels me to returnI home My business as well as my desire compels me to return to Louisville asI soon as possible 1ani delighted with the copy of your paper that I received yesterday CITY DIREOTORYI Latest Figures Indicate That Louisville Has Popula tion of 240580 Carons directory for Louisville has just been issued and according to its esti mate the population of Louisville is 240580an increase of 8114 over the population of January I J1J05Tbe new directory is the thirtysixth annual effort of the Caron Company and as usual it is as complete and accurate as it is possible to make a work of this kind The new directory shows a grand total of 220 churches within the corporate limits of Louisville Of these twenty nine are Catholic houses of It also shows that exclusive of worshipII companies there are operated Louisville with combined capital of 7000000 LOOK FOR MANY VISITORS The students at St Marys College will celebrate St Patricks day with anelsb 1I orate programme of speeches and vocal and Instrumental music Quite a num 1 ber ol visitors are expected to attend j I t 4- ii t +re 1- tBJODeLDSATNTi f Mrs tfclvjrn Miller Slaughter tinc gifted poet and author has contribute d the folowlng article on St Patrick to the special edition of Tie Kentucky IrishAmerican It is written In a lighter vein nod Is one of those effusions for which its author Is so noted The best blgorriphcr of a saint or sinner is the fellow who knows least about him In the first place he will not be prejudiced against his victim and take advantage of the tact that 1ho is dead to Jab him In the short ribs ond expose his shortcomings to n cruel1 public nor will he bo so blindly in fatuated with his subject that he witI put more sugar coating around him than the average pill can boast Lot ine confess that I know nothing of Sf Patrick paving what I have readI antsr 1 when I was on the Times the St Patrick day editor began to assume ni greenish coat of countenance with the advent of March he browsed ou sham rocks dally and thought so hard thatt knobs of brains as big as marblesi formed over bbl eyes Like virtue everybody respected him but passedI him up for It was known he wasi wrestling with a St Patrick day article which be reeled oft yearly with thei tiresome pertinacity of the fond papa repeating the smart sayings ot the baby Regularly on the seventeenth day of March the result of his labors was seen in a screed on the saint nit about his birth his parents and Rod parents his captivity his debut and labors in Ireland his character and death and this sketch invariably a ccluinn in length wns illustrated with an alleged portrait of the saint clad in a Mother Hnbbard and tranquilly standing on the neck ofn wriggling serpent After this terrific mental strain the editor retired to the hospital as also did the foreman and ninny readers of the paper hut his best girl whose love was something beautiful cut the column out and pasted It along side of many similar ones In her scrapbook I There were so ninny of these I columns thus collected that the scrapbook would have made the famous Mosque of St Sophia Ink like MnrvlnII Hart niter he suffered from Unlike these society column people St Patrick always signet himself I plain Patrick Instead of time swell j name of Pntrlchis which was really I Ms In those troublous tines however there were such worries and Vexations IIn IrJnRIRlo that the people received him gladly by any old name and historians i of the lilY who were evidently I up In poker declared that no matter how king or knave playetl the deuce y t they always stood rat and allowed him to hold the age In every deal j Referring to article 0000 by our St Patrick day editor I find that the early life of the saint was by no means a bed of shamrocks Nowadays when we see these glltedKwl soulsavers j striking our city mot by the brethren nnd sisters In glad rags welcomed by MprbathH orchestra when wo witness the killing of the fatted calf and yel lowleased chicken and observe them pelted with bouquets and dollars while the fooll killer hits asleep we turn aside and weep to think that either our lack of cold nerve or our jolly In casting our lines hi shallow places has prevented us from lauding suckers even 11 b they Nowadays also when an evangelist begins training with his IcI tints he says to hlsahemnecamI plices Brother Jones hold the subject in his pew Brother Brown sing ComcI to Heaven while I go through his pockets and get that twenty cents St Patrick was Ignorant of these devices of the truly good and this doubtless explains why the people still love himIWhen he landed In Ireland there was no ono to welcome him save swarms of pagans short on clothes ami long on hair He had to face all man her of dangers travel by foot fromI place to place and exist on the poorest fare It Is on record that he never even tasted a potato during his stay In Erin but this was doubtless owing tu the fact that the potato was not in traduced on the national menu until some hundreds of years later null then bv the Murphy family after whom ItI was named The good old saint was one of those cranks who do good for goods sake not caring a continental for worldly applause lIe hated to sec the road to heaven lonely and by time be re tired from business the straight and narrow path leading from Ireland to the better mud was congested with Christians wearing halos as big us barrelI hoops Time saint never asked any sinner to first deny himself or be generous without setting him the Example and Inputs respect ho was way ahead of the latter day saints who like mile posts i travel InfluenceIthe runners and morals of the people improved The police force and fire department were kept out of politics while the introduction of a better brand of drink called Upoqucbaugh Wrcfid tlie1cltlzenRboots to disappear from Erin forever fShnakesllndSt Patrick and A i I i 1 l 4 J Hr d the mltberJnlaw must gofaith as soon as these thlrrud parties Inter the nmtrymonlal garden thot same raises th dlvll This wise saying enjoyed a wide circulation and made the saint loll with his masculine converts Other saints sprang up In the foot steps of St Patrick but I will not men tlon them as I do not know how they spelled their names But It was our brag saint who matte the shamrock the national flower He favored things that cost but little soil in using this flower to Illustrate the doctrine of time Trinity he left his people something toI remain preen in mastery and as freet as the gospel he preached from Donega to Munster St Patrick did more than this 1 mode Christianity popular nnllso deeply did he impress Its truths upon the minds mid hearts of his people that the Irishman of the present day Who Is ashamed of his country nod creed must be regarded as the result of a scandal hi the family By consulting column 41144 by our St Patrick orator I find that the venerable saint lived to a green old age snit died loved and honored by all In early years the path of his captivity hind been rough with thornsbut bo felt it carpeted with roses the Baa fires on the hills were blotted out by the slivery gleam of the altar lights the fierce battle hymns diet down to an Ave Maria and so orderly was the country that n beautiful woman richly dressed would walk alone and un harmed through Ireland like n Louisville policeman through Limerick We do not know exactly how the saint died but we are reasonably sure that he Is dead and his memory like John Browns soul goes marching on A number of years have elapsed since the dear old man drew his mantle of shamrocks about him and lap down to pleasant dreams but the grateful Irishman enshrines his picture In his heart wears yearly his badge of emerald hue and holds him as the most popular saint in the calendar though there is tlioHtreoInnd unlimited distillation of Usque bough lIe lives In memory as do all who have won the love nnd gratitude of Irelands sons neither time nor change sickness nor death can cast n cloud upon his name and the remembrance of him abides sweet as the melody of the waters of Avoca as the sigh of Tnrns harp whose strings swept by the winds gtye forth the Immortal mrlodlcs of olden days IAs for the women even the motlKr Inlawlet them recall that St Patrick declared tint when God made time Irish girl he took the heart of n child the soul of a lily the gold of the dawn the blush of the rose the gray of the twilight the smile of a seraph the song of a lark the splendor of a starry nightenst about them the perishable green glory of unII and the shamrock and called his Bridget FOR THE POOR The Rev Father M P OSul llvan Lectured On Si Patrick The Rev Father M P OSullivan O P delivered the panegyric of St Pat rick at St Louis Bertrand s church last night The Dominican fathers chose to have their celebration on Friday evening so that it would not conflict with cele brations on Saturday and Sunday Father OSullivan is a gifted orator and was for several years private secretary to the late Charles Stewart Parnell Later he studied for the priesthood and entered the Dominican order His lecture last night was well attended and much appreciated During the even ing a collection was taken up and the proceeds were turned over to the St Vincent de Paul Conference for the poor of the pariah LECTURE AT CLIFTON The people of St Frances of Rome p irisb in Clifton will be given an extra treat tomorrow evening After solemn vespers the Rev Father William R Dunn O P one of the great Dominican orators will deliver a lecture on St Patrick Those who have heard Father Dunn will be prepared to bear an excel lent oration BOUND FOR ROME i Archbishop Ireland of St Paul and Bishop MoGolrlck of Duluth have gone to to Home Next month Archbishop Quigley qf Chicago will visit the Eternal City It Is probable that many = the American willUl 1III1UIV1V 11TIV j the Vatican during the spring and summer months LAUERS NEW PLACE Henry C Laucr k Company have opened n new buffet bar at 430 East Market street and are prepared to j furnish their friends the best possible entertainment whenever they call Henry Lauer Is one of the best known t Ino nnd liquor merchants In the city now having three very prosperous Douses PRINCESS ItI Next week Tho Rexos spectacular trick and fancy skaters will be l the particular attraction at tho I PrlncesH Rink This evening every1 patron will bu presented with a shout rock t fiHhiJ u A f t t1 yto ot 0 ti e SOCIETY mm A Oa I3- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth tfn JPresIdentJohnJJ Vice Presidentr Thomas D dines Recording Secretary Thomas Ki 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LOUISVILLE KY February 2I 1906 Messrs Montenegro Riehm Louisville Gentlemen Having had several years experience various Piano Players I was persuaded to try FarrandCecilian Piano If I could not replace it money could not buy it for simplicity tone and perfect obedience to operator it is the of all I tried and I cheerfully recommend to anyone wanting Player Piano Yours truly FRANK OUERBACKER TODD BLDG Bi f Book i1Mr rJox tiict rtrs trb p- C a n r tli7 Y s PARLOR THE OF tI THE L Mr the Ky with a peer have a lia1 SIMPLICITY I Seems the Feature of RcIIg Ion AmonjJ Peasant r Catholics says A writer In ono of out exchanges If one could hear our good Catholic peasants nt their prayers or when nny trouble comes sudtlenly upon them nnt- 1IIC one could take down exactly the ortls In which they give expression to feelings the record would be In Itheir and edifying The phrases C going to put together do not her long to this class thought I Boswelllzcd them on the spot One poor woman prayed this very Catholic blessing ifay Jesus Mary and Joseph have a hand In ye and save the wide world and protect t tub poor Tope r i A beggar woman rewarded a kind lQ with this prayerri3rar the light of heaven shlno on nil thegeneratlpns of smvls that have left ye- A dcsoiiite widow said Iasked Owl to he n husband to me and avroEI viler and n father to my children I That Is always high praise for the father of a family lie Isa good pro rider A favorite exclamation among our pious people If Welcome ho the will of God I Sometimes In confessing their sins they add with Rlmpllelty and with perfect truth Hilt all through 1 bail a good nilrid for my God A liorsebrenker from tho Glen of her ow who probably approached the altar only once n year told me that fcn used to say ten acts of contrition a Slav when riding very fast at a hunt Ho Sever began to train n dangerous horse without blessing himself fur added he I nin very font of iriy sowl A woman who was so simple as to be almost n plnipletoH gave this tip count of her Intercessory praylr I be prayliiK for the poor sowls that they Inns have rest In the heavens and that llm inerclfel XJotl inay give UK flll a huppy dentil aid H favorable Judgement rilitl W bolt lfr6tto ttip Wlhole world r f Ffltlicr paiiHWi l rt 7a famous coq VUi6jpt pf inlsfdpiw in tthe United SStitfe toldt i irio1 tlinft ortcjwiwni t t1rsEie1eKas to orkl8rt llrit1titlttf a hlniitgT 1oInip ilvxot ISnjBijiaiilifI wflS JUUlimnn lie btouglmtj the VJntfcuta to a poor IrMimari wjjo waH dylnr Jn ChicagoJ nail will J9iiIJt4 JJHS lJtewi good our Lord 1 iuhj Jo l ltt iYOi1ifltIIII i tI4 yotir 4RVv rencef Tatbec 1 e 4 rlrlr 9 r r J 1 jj- O ttiitiit i t PamenH vocabulary did not furnish him with nn apt rejoinder Xot In this state of life but In a re lIglous community It was salt I can never net out of a scrap without a good solid act of humility The saute holy soul said affer her brother n young priest hillitllttli I asked you before the Illessed Sftcrament that iit James is In heaven he would get nu the grace never to BayorvdQanythlnj henceforward against charity and I hate been very happy since J VICEROYS IDEA A Lawrence Mass newspaper tuna that accompanied the Chinese Com nilssloners to Lowell recently becaun quite chummy with tho young China man who acted us Interpreter for the Viceroy 11 hen the party was about to board tho train to leave Lowell fog Boston the Viceroy turned to the in terpreter wllh a quizzical look in his eye mad aslant Arc all tho Mayors of MMassachusetts clues IrlshAmcrl cans Thee Interpreter rgpHed that ho did not think so But said the Vlceuoy all that I have sellthlls far arc There is Mayor Eltzge ald of Boston Mayor Kane of Lawrence and Mayor Casey of Jewell n BLESSED SACRAMENT Morning after morning the priest conies forth to renew the oblation of the spotless victim A few there are who with bowed heads and lowly hearts kneel about the altar Softly rings the bell telling that once more thQ Sat lour has descended to earth as He came long ago an Infant in Beth 1t hem Soon It Is all oyer One by one the people silently steal nwajv The priest rcycnently departs AntI Iigwbo wept Is onco more alone Alpnc t A sympa thetlc friend tint of rill the multitude ever nndtanon finds its wny to theffet of Jesus the llttlo lamp ceniel not to flicker as it urns Itself away in lure tat for ill else Je us tic phone Oh tiny we notwell imagine Him saIPFhflmTiRn why dp you thus abflndon ine AViiy do yoii thus carer 1 lewlj passhm JjtihY Jo you thua IIpiftyQ Vip atone 5 Ia Jif Emir this I eon wht + l njwayrf to jwain dv earth thRi1 solitude crjwidpne Tlliu Jeniv Ilpcrssj Arusti ijriearft Oh min mftiii XinV to Intl to niy comfort toqwv rend r1111u your solae ftir eternity 1 ry hart indeed At11tttbfur lhearts ItR e tKt1 a detlf lqr tills appealLOf- OirIQ11BJ Earlaw j byre t e il WHOLESOME Are Domestic Servants Better Off Than Clerks at I at Counter S IAIJls not gold that glitters There appeas tojli ulote attraction In the store than In the kitchen for many girls Yet are not the girls who live I out much better OrtIIRII rule than the girls who stand Uchliul the counter says a writer In the Catholic Universe The term servant may not be applied to the clerks us It Is applied to the girls who live out yet we are all desig nated as servant by the Holy Scrip tore Tfle final blessing will be couch ed In time words Yell done good and faithful servant As a matter of fact the girl In the store Is pitch mare of a servant than time girl who works put The clerk has a hundred mistresses while the girl who works out has but one The clerk Is under the constant supervision of a taskmaster in the person of the floorwalker or In that of the proprie tor Time clerks ruust stand and look pleasant the whole day long whether they are in the humor of doing so or not Their duties are exacting and often burdensome The touchstone of all labor Is the compensation The clerk may get more actuali money on pay day but when street car fare room rent clothing and board bill are set tjedt the net gain of the clerk Is Iless than that of the girl who works out The girl who workout has as n rule better board anti a better room and more homelike surroundings than the clerk She is more thought of and gets more consideration Ihnn the clerk and is nearer to those for whom she works The girl who works out is not exposed to ns many temptations its the clerk and can exercise more liberty In- choosing her companions In addition to that she Is an n rule better fitted to preside or fl house fot ltlfPwn wh UMltls to tie expected she will be called tothe HiatrlHiohlai State While tthere ere good until oxeniplary Kirjff engagedt tar gkrktnwere vo fieked m5 to tbft chboelnj Qf tfac Jicttor part AVO wonkiunh jtatlnifiy direct tii Jjonngiyrpiifiiu vli6 hato earn= lie r living to chooee clomcatliy ueryhc As people iiuipt IKS fitted 9tHw ttasks they uiHi ertaketproper ktiowl- etlgeBnil ad ptabUlty iboulil iiEMe time manly tosttceees I uioatoacrtileye toworro v MJgtt q Yjjjjjjjjjlj l i11 o STOYST Music Rolls for the Farrarid = Cecilian Piano largcsejibrarye South consisting of class verylittleto planisgiven by any houseiu the United States We get out a supplement of new music each month embrac ing the popular hits of the day biglibrarywe will gladly give Music Rolls on the basis of 10 Cents per roll LELzr LOUISVILLE IMACKIN GLYNN1i jSeventh and Oak Market and DEALERS INQ9Groceries Produce and Fresh Meats iiBESTN E CORNER SEVENTH AND OAK STREETS 000I 2-EE JAMES PETER R Curran Broso fa ti R THEATRICAL HEADQUARTERS 5 FINE ER IN THE CITY nAlllt A IIIt t all all it fIll 14JSWl141131I1IIiiIII1ITIIwIH4ti 2iItIIiNh1 1 + h +i1f1tifl F t THE NORTON COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLUNDERS AND RpATERSOF 4 IUGH GRADE COFFEES YkIMPORTERSOffice War rooms and Mills 347 W Main H j IUINH IIlI1 1FdFIIiIhHMFi- i 1 Y u t b JTUCKY IRIIi AMERICAN 7IOU1LESATURDYiARCLI 17 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS JESt t on b BrieIeDominicans to Louis ress They Have Made Dur Ing Past Forty Years Y- y First Church Edifice Had Been a Federal Barracks Dur ing Civil War und Was Purchased From the Government One of the handsomest church edifices In the city or In the whole South is St Louis Bertrands on Sixth street between Oak and St Catherine Its des tinies have been presided over from the beginning by the faithful sons of St Dominic The beauty of the church isI an outward sign of the inner religious consciousness of the congregation that worship within its walls It shows that the people who helped to build it and those who have since clustered their homes about it are filled with a zeal for the true faith andthat they have given generously for the decoration of the house of God- Although the Dominicans established a novitiate at St Rose near Springfield one hundred years ago it was not until 1864 that they established a church in Louisville Several of them had given missions in Louisville prior to that time Fortytwo years ago the first Dominicans came to this city to reside permanently and at the invitation of the Right Rev Martin John Spalding who later in the same year became Archbishop of Haiti more They chose a site for the new church property in what was almost a I wilderness It lay between what is now Sixth and Seventh streets and Oak and St Catherine In those early days nor streets had been cut through unless one would give the name to the old Seventh street road The first church was a frame structure that had been part of a Federal barracks and its use as a church and subsequent purchase by the Dominicans r was secured through the good offices of a Federal officer The first pastor or Prior as the Dominicans call the rulers of their various communities was the Very Rev Father OBrien and the frame edifice was known as St Dominics churchThere were many poor but honest and hardworking Irish families scattered around the neighboring wilderness and that district soon became known to the rest of Louisville as Limerick though f Tipperary Kerry and Kilkenny were equally as well represented among the congregationIn Right Rev Peter Joseph Lavialle was consecrated Bishop of Louis ville and he invited the Dominicans to ertct i diocesan seminary here In the following year the work was begun and pushed rapidly to completion Bishop Lavialle died before the seminary fairly began and the building was used as a convent by the Dominican resident priests for many years At present it is in use as the parochial school and as a meeting place for church societies The congregation grew rapidly and the dilapidated old frame building was too small In 1870 the corner stone of the I new church was blessed and in 1872 the structure though far from complete was dedicated The Rev Father Thomas Burke O P who bad lately come from Ireland to lecture in America preached the dedicatory sermon The new church Was placed under the patronage of St Louis Bertrand Work on the interior of the church I was pushed as rapidly as possible when the funds would allow and slowly but surely the church became the handsome and inspiring edifice it Is today Mean while temporary school buildings had to 4beerected These soon became inade quate and more commodious quarters had to be looked for It was thus that vyaithe priests decided to erect a smaller convent for their own use and to trans rformd the old convent into a school The new convent was completed in 1888 Among the many priests who have aided in the spiritual guidance of St r Louis Bertrauda congregation have been the following Very Rev Priors Fathers OBrien JD J Meagher Raymond Meagher M A McFeely J A Rotch ford C ArIcKennaiJL ONeill B V Logan J D Fowler and J R V z- Quitea number of these have passed into eternal rest XherelsstillatUlccon vent the Very Rev Father McFeely one of the first Dominicans to come to 1 Louisville lIe is still comparatively speaking a young man but hard work onthe missions for years has seriously impaired his health He is as good a t Dominican and as great an Irish Nation alstashe was forty years ago As a matter of course many of thepld tbePrishwlenJfwaseetabll threa1ItUlnumbers of the pioneer families represented by one or more mem ben who continue to reside in the parieh There are many others who have beeU nsenbersofthie congregation more than thirty years Amooft the old Jamlli who Hivi bidlt bonsai witlilu the GOB fta i of St Lcmis Brtrsads parish are the Cot hli y- sCb wki Barry Haute bans RtOlys ScxtMUHt M M3rs Boot sue Watches Winns Ljrttehes In v 4fc HI J 1 naghs OConnors Decourseys Burkes Scallys Wagners Kellys Hickeys Rior dans Careys Dugans Menneys Brophys ONeills McGills Carrolls McElliotts Kennedys Fitzgeralds Hines Halliuans Codys Sheehans Morrisons McDevitts McGraths Mullaneys OConnells Pita Patricks Doyles Collins McKernans ODohertys Finegans McDonoghs Mur phys OSutlivans Glynns Moriaritys Conwavs Gilmartins teamys Motsch mans Ryans Kenealys and Keegaus PEWEE VALLEY Catholics Attending Attrac tive Lenten Devotions and Sermons The Rev Father Edward W floes of the Pewee Valley mission is an exceed ingly busy man those days since he has Lenten services twice a week at Pewee Valley and once a week at Eminence The country people of this mission have begun Lent with a spirit of fervor and piety that is very gratifying to the pas tor Every Tuesday at the Pewee Valley church there will be a sermon rosary and benediction of the most blessed sacrament and on Friday the same exer cises are held save that the stations or way of the cross takes the place of the sermonOn first Tuesday in Lent the ser mon was preached by the Rev Father Andrew Zoeller of the Immaculate Con ceptlon church and the following Tues day by 4hsJlfivBatberEdwln Drur v the missionary to nonCatholics Next Tuesday the Rev Father William Hogarty will be the orator and the Rev Father Paul Alf will preach March 27 Father floes is doing bis best to have his people well instructed and the visiting clergy help to make the devotions attractive I flu CATHOLIC LIBERTY Denmark Is Not Bigoted in Regard to Its Religious Affairs The Catholic church In Denmark en Joys trie gre test liberty says a writer In The Messenger All her pastors arc officially recognized and their records of marriages etc have pub lie authority If Catholics have their own graveyard the ptlest Is allowed to bury his dead with all the cere monies of the ritual and the Danish people I treat such Catholic ceremonies with the greatest reverence As soon as a Catholic parish starts Into life a Catholic school Is provided for It without delay the government Insists only on the right of lInspection on the part of Its schooll commission The latter is always Invited to be present at the public examinations Ecclesiastical edifices mUst con form to the general rules of Suite leg Islatlon Religious orders of men and women are admitted without restric tion the Jesuits have three honses In Denmark the Redemptorlsts and the Marlsts two the Premonstraterislans the Lazarlsts the Christian Brothers and the Camllllans each one the Sis ters DiSt Joseph twenty Sisters of Christian Charity three the Grey Nuns two the Daughters of WIs- dom the Vlncentlans the Franciscans and theDaughters of Mary each one so that there are forty religious houses seventy priests and nearly four hundred Sister in Denmark f estate does not favor Cathollclani but It does not Impede Its progress even Catholic converts are nO tlnltn way retarded In their political advance ment by their leaving Protestantism It is strange that In spite of this broadminded tolerancfe of Catholicism the Danish government completely Ig nores the presence and position of the Vicarapostolic Msgr v Euch i u FILE YOUR RECEIPTS Keen a systematic account of all the money you receive and epenfl Be sure to gt receipts for all that you PaY out andfllothemJn orderly ash Ion alphabetIcally and by date Putteach years receipts carefully away when the new year conies HQJV long ydt should keep theta will depend upon the statute jif limitations In your StateT that Js to say within what llength He time Suit must be brought In most States it Is Bix years for a simple contract oral or written hut twenty years if a Sfcal1 has b eeh at tachwl to a wrItten oohtract The statute IitsegIns io tun1 from the Urns of the lgut Jarnent oft a ntt Ph ac- coluufl k iiiw written pronil or ac knowltdfinent of the particular oonr taid by the person who is- ehareablef will restore your rlthta for auoUwr six yea r G i if t J t INf1rOoj4IJf t t i l i t SS HON JOHN T KEATING R IOrator at Hibernian Celebration at Macauleys Tomorrow Night Q 4 MNb 94444XIcXQ d IRELAND PAST AND PRESENT What land since Patrick preached can show Such fruits of faith as Erin can They flourish round us where wo go Where breatheth soul of Irishman Lo cross and shamrock bright and green On all our bosoms now are seen y r t1l P M JlRome St Gall Columba Kllllan Core The light from flame that blazed at home To Teuton Plot and Gallic 6hore Behold the youths to Erin haste Refreshing truths to learn ahd taste All Christians grateful look should cant- On map of Isle of Destiny So famed for glories of the past For names enshrined In memory Though not on sod go blest were born Our hearts are Irish Patricks morn j America has genial sides For Celt and friends with whom to dwell Here Erins clergy true and wise In church and walks of life excel St Patrick blessesi young and old And keeps them thriving In the told Mot trying storms shall never blight The exiles smile and hopeful cheer His mothers face IIp looking bright Hervell from brow must disappear Hibernians Erin hope to see LIIe our own country ever free Father William 4 I BAD EXAMPLE Every Catholic Should Be aJ Force For Good In His Community In the latest Issue of the True Voice one of the leading Catholic Journals appears the following article on bad example It Is common to hear Catholics urge in extenuation of their conduct that others do the same The busi ness nina who resorts to sharp prac lice says he Is at least no worse than his neighbors Sharp pTactlce In bus iness Is llooked Upon by many as allow able anti therefore some Catholics think they are Justified In adopting the same methods How do others regard them as representatives of their religion How does their prac tice square with their profession Tl1atlj1 a different matter and one that cannot bo neglected Wrong Is tong but a Catholic lending himself to the practice bf wrong does harm not only to himself and to those ho meets Ina business way out to his relIgion Again tW movement that Is now on foot IA certain parts of this country to purify the stage has brought out the fact that Catholics are riot al ways so scrupulous about the charac ter of the plays they attend and coUn tehance by their presence as others expect l1emWbe Catholic women altentiiugr plays of a doubtful charac i ir shock npt only Catholics but non l I PerhaPfrthfynrguethat and that they can therefore safely tOtCanthrPth0r art scandallzel py their conduct pave they n duty to set a good Axaniplte fcfp Uierji pt at 1Jeaattp avoid giving bad example This taking into acopHnt the eirarbf others aa well asipur own shoiiid hover be neglected we are lot hiohated atoms that receive pg fvg nothing 50 others sWe are Jto atienoeil by others and we tanuence tliem and we caii exert a power for lOUd Qr evil If we chooee If we are i f fYj sr ii faithfull to religious and moral duties I others will npt find In our conduct an excuse for doing evil nor will thoseIwho knowing the obligations I Catholic and expect Catholics to live In accordance with those duties have so often to complain that Catholics are not the force for good In the com munity that they should be IaSA THOUSAND WELCOMES jhliJ W A il vi IV l lli4ijrlll A i In the rare old Irish story I have read with tear and smile Of a scene In a little chdpell In Erins faroff Isle A little rustic chapel In a wilt yet fair retreat Whore the hardy sons cjf the mount nIna On hallowed mornings meet The priest at the lighted r attar Is reading the blesSed Mass And the place Is throngedl from the chancel grassIAll kneeling hushd and expectantt IDldlng their chosen time the bell of the Consecration IRIngs forth Its solemn chime When lq ns the Host is lifted The Chalice raised on high Subdued yet clear the people Send forth the rapturous cry Welcome A thousand welcomes I While many a teardrop stuirtsj Welcome Cead mllle fallthe v White Love of all our hearts Oh the passionate warmth of that whisper Oh the grace of that greeting song On the tide of Its glowing fervor All hearts are borne along And the bla e of the Sun of Justice Lights lip that urn old spot And kindles In every spirit A flarrio that dleth not Ah frIends In our statelyl churches Where we gazeOn the gorgeous shrine Where the Sacred Host reposes Like a great WJiItp Pearl Divine i Let the voice of our faith find tit trance In a meeting free from guile Let Us crr with our Irish brothers In Erin s faroft Isle Welcome A thousand welcomes ImpartsWelcome White Love of all our harlslt Eleanor C Donnelly COMMANDMENTS FOR THE HOMEMAKER Make your household one harmoni Otis whole no matter how small the scale Utje only what you can comfortably afford In good quality and ample quan tity Let your house appear bright and sunny UIJ not Casy to ba unpleas nthl a cheerful room IV Treat your servant wisely anti kind lly and It will be ImpossibleI for them to eihier Imposer qr oppose iravtf time fur everythingl pad be- n verlnahurry Josj freedom from looseness Do not forget that society Is the rteajh of home life hospitality Its flower lCnow how to talk and hpKto listen how tej entertaint and how to ainuse- Uvijd niariy iutaroiiitat ariiBO studies ldnt l and x rdlhgpl or but truly a home alIJDtereatpleasureaeverybod1cODDecte4 f J f iwi i j f ITHE OLD PARISHioNER The graybeard glories In the past x And prates of good old days These times are out of Joint he growls And sneers at modern ways He shakes his head at every more Thats uptodate and new Anti everything you do is just The thing you shouldnt do Its Mercy save us Look at that W r lIIUnbaclI fear 4itThe parish Isnt what It was Whin Father Mack was here The weddlns now aro not as fines weddlns used to be An faith theyre not so numerous At all at all says he Then Chrlstnlns too were plentiful Au carried out wid style Twotild warm your heart to see them ther- Acrowlfn ub th aisle Art sermons How the crowds would come To listen Dear O dear The parish Isnt what It was Whin Father Mack was here Yet from a study of the rolls And records twould appear The parish claimed but fifty souls When Father Mack was here T S Daly NEW YORK CITY Unique Features About the Great Metropolis of America Greater New York has a population of 4014301 It Is the second city of the gl9be in population and Its In crease during the past five years Is greater than the entire population of Boston It might be called the Island City since there are fortyfive Islands within Us corporate limits It costs to run the city government about onethird of what It does to run thq affairs of the whole nation anti its annual budget Is greater than that of any five other American cities New York Is larger than Chicago and Phil adelphia combined and Is more than twice the size of the Danish West In diesThe most crowded block In tho city Is on the West Side where over 4000 ptople live In less than four acres of groundThe Irish In NeW York by birth and parentage would make a city equal to Belfast Dublin and Cork combined the Germans larger than Leipzig anti FrankfortOnMain combined the Ital ians Florence English arid Scotch Aberdeen arid Oxford Ones venth of the population are Jews and their number exceeds the population of Maine There are more people living In New York city than In fourteen of our States and Territories Arizona Del aware Montana Nevadaj Indian Ter ritory Idaho New Hampshire New Mexico North Dakota Rhode Island South Dakota Utah Wyoming and Vermont One out of every twentyone persons In the United States or one member of every four JamIU sUyelnNew York citythe others live out of town A SCOTCH REASON In a little village there once lived a boy vhp was supposed to be dull wetted anti the men of tho Village used to find great fun In offering him thc choice between a threepannyblt rda penny pf which he Invariably ranger9nedayiWthe thrftepennybli antili asked him far ithtr ietison rs It because the penny lei the biggest the stranger iskwl NawV not cause It Is the bi v0st If 1 took the threepennjrWt theyd gle oer ottite ItIi 14 c Ilt 1 J 0 i CELTIC IDEALS RobertHolmes Was the Character of Man That Irishme Would Have Their Sons Emulate in Love H of Liberty and Country BrotherinLaw of Robert Emmet Faced Death atFou Score Years In Defense of Endangered Patriots In City of Dublin Prof Monaghans Tribute to the Beauties of Heroism a Displayed by One of Erins Grand Old Men of the Last Century Robert Holmes the husbandof Robert Emmets sister was the theme of a recent article from the prolific pen of Prof James Monaghan Holmes had been arrested on suspicion when Emmet was arrested Every effort was made by Major Sirr and his ruffian hirelings to connect Holmes with the conspiracy but in vain Holmes was a lawyer a barrister He had passed brilliant exam inations at college and for admission to the bar He gave promise of being one of Irelands greatest legal luminaries lIe had been a friend and companion of Robert Emmet Baffled by a people who were unwilling to betray Major Sirr Englands infamous agent in Ireland was compelled at last after eighteen months of torture persecution and watching to give Holmes his freedom In passing from his prison to his home the patriot passed from one place of gloom and desolation to another even more desolate During Holmes incar ceration Emmet had been hanged and beheaded his sister Holmes wife the one woman in all the world that he had loved loved in his loyal chivalrous Irish way was dead She too had died brokenhearted Dr Emmet and his wife Roberts parents had paid the penalty of patriotism in Irelanddeath Prof Monaghan in his article says The family had paid the last full measure of pain for its devotion to lib erty and Ireland On the hearthstone that he had left filled with love and roses that was once one of the hap piest in Ireland Holmes found ashes The great eyes filled with tears the strong head went down into tbe duSts aughTfleti railbe hadexcept his splendid Irish health which even the prison had hardly impaired He went to work Oh what a solace work is at times It Is not a curse He rose rapidly to be the foremost member at the Irish bar At times watch ing his wonderful work the Castle tried to tempt him with office and a gown they would like to make him a Kings Counsellor but he refused And so the years rolled away and he grew old At last they gave up all hopes of moving him so they left him to his law books and his memories to Ireland and a love oflibertyPass many years and many Interesting things that Prof Monaghan has to say and come with us to the year 1818 when Mitchell Martin and OBrien were on trial for their lives Their only offense was that they loved Ireland Mitchell Martin and OBrien were arraigned in the same dock in which Emmet had faced Lord Norbury The verdict had been prearranged Who would have the hardihood to defend them The silence is oppressive says Prof Monaghan An old man is seen to move As he gets up a thrill of admiration passes from one end of the court to the other The figure reminded Phillips of Mount Blanc among the hills of Swltz erland or Everest among the Himalayas The frosts of more than eighty years had whitened the mans hair The form was straight and erect as a pine sturdy as an oak In his right hand be held a paper from which he read It was a copy of tile indictment As he read it his voice rang out in strangely eloquent tones When he finished he lifted his eyes to the court May It please your honors be began the sentiments of treason put down in this indictment and charged against the prisoners at the bar were the sentiments of my childhood lisped and learned at an Irish mothers knee they were the sentiments of my young man hood for them I went to prison once They were the sentiments of my mature manhood Your honors the speaker drew himself up to his full height waved the indictment above bis head and shook Itin the faces of the court us he shouted with an eloquence said by Phillips to have been the greatest to which be ever listened These your honors are the sentiments of my old age Why does not your Attorney Geperal arrest me Phillips says the scene that ensued was beyond words It was sublime The only thing in all history with which lie could compare twas St Pauls marvell ous and masterful defense in the presence of Agrlppa He did not free the prIson- ers hut it saved theie lives BItt for that arraignment and that eloquent assertion of an Irishmans right to love liberty the men at the bar would hive been hanged As jt was tb jwentjto prison or into exile for life That man the defender pi Mitchell Martin and OBrien was Robert Holmes At the age of eighty odd years hiP came forth from hisI retire taenV to renew the allegiance of hi- syoth aud te pledge again to liberty Ida 1iota lor her As in youth so in old age JM stood lrniiwb n to do low danger Mti Such UI the life or the lives we live Then ace the idols we worship th iii i 1 iteats we offer to our boys tet other offer better if they can That is what call Irish character Irelands history abounds in charade equally as patriotic and selfsacrificin as that above mentioned and there j no more interesting or instructive stor generatithanth histories of Erin now on the shelves e all good libraries j UP IiDIAMOND JUBILEE Venerable Dean Faller to Celebretc Ordination Anniversary Ths Rev Dean Faller pastor fSt preparIngsixtieth anniversary of his oddlnation next June The church is now being painted inside and out in bon r of the approaching celebration Father Faller came to New A bariy to succeed the late Father Klein in 1885 Previous to that he had spent many years on missions at Carrollton M idison S4thernIndianafrom debt but embellished it built new rectoryand parochial school and was the prime mover in the erection of the wag nlficent St Edwards Hospital note the pride of the people of our sister citT Ever since its organization Dean Fjrr+ HjevincedmnrfrinrerestMtTUv new club house and also expressed t2e hope that he will live to see the building completed and the young men installed eightyfifthof sixtyForty hours devotion will begin at St Marys on March 25 the feast of the Annunciation Special preparations are being made for these devotions and sev eral visiting priests are expected to be present to assist I fllPROPER PIRIiI Michigan Baptist Preacher Secures Redress For Catholics The pleasant spectacle of a Baptist minister Interceding on behalf of a Catholic Church In a city tax case was recently witnessed at Owosso Mich At a meeting of the City Coun ell of Owosso it was discovered Stj Pauls Catholic Church owed a thing like 1GO for taxes and JhjI the 1902 tax It had already be The church asked relief from i ment of sidewalk taxes and about the edifice Itself tho pai and the parochial school but a Aldermen declared that It ha customary only to pay for walks tho city could not rem taxes on the parsonage and Without being solicited to do s Rev M Clyde pastor of the 1 church attended the council me and volunteered the Inforamtlon the walks In front of the Baptist sonago had been paid for by the As a matter of Justice he said jit his opinion that the Catholl6 ch should bo equally favored Mr JC1 act was a generous and cowmen one and testifies to the good tc existing between religious worke Owosso 1 11 FAITHFUL OLD SUBSCRIBE An exchange says Wo sonic wonder ItnowIIPar e men iii gene appreciate the old subscriber it ldisbJhrQgoodregularly Just thp same as lie we genthingslow to wrath HP will overlook In llttlo slights from the editqi sHii Which tho man who borrows his r ing would not stand for a minute ones of his calves gets Its tleg tirp arid time fact Isntt mentioned Jril next issue ho doesnt seeni ttpl the slight I1C the least orlti a dl of his hens die of iliff chplera ru lant the editor doisntt setlbut fad In order to herald theipewJ tWqijitKaIQnnadnfbfttreat howtifrlck8bt V wOrd praise for th paperI u lug hlsvdeparturei ICkKl bless lubscrlbeY We 16Ve him an ohietlihes 1ItI ht him to mel n9loiI now he Is ii table thall1