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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p SET i ION KENTUCflNSECTIONVOLUME XXNO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 14 1908 PRICK FIVE CENTS SHAMROCKS Will Bo in Evidence In the Three halls Cities Next Tuesday Dig Banquet at Local Hostelry AV111 Gather the Loyal Hibernians Irish Brethren In Jcffersonvillo Will Have Counter Attraction1 ALL ARRANGED IN PERFECT TASTE If the sun will only shine pro nitously Tuesday tho weariw of the green will be rosplondent 1hand about tho Falls CIties Louisville and Jofforsonvlllo have their separate celebrations but Now Albany Hiber nians will probably divide their of feetlons between the airfior cities on each side of tho river Even if tho sun refuses to glorify Who earth thousandth of our eltlzons will wear green anyhow The dew of Irish tears has always made shamrocks show the brighter so why hould tile tears of heaven unease them to hide 1Rlere will bo banquets literary exer cises dnncos and aocinls in the even ing while the Irish Catholic churches will have appropriate celebrations in morningThe celebration Of the day for Irish Catholics of Louisville wilt bo held at dale Louisville Hotel at 8 oclock Tuesday evening und will be under hue auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians It will be in the form of a banquet with customary toasts and appropriate Irish an1 American national music The County Board began its plans six weeks ago and County President Munphy named John M Mulloy D J Coloman Will- Iam J Connelly and Too Lynch on a committee to mako the necessary ar rangements The members of this committee have worked faithfully and each individual dkl his part Chairman Mulloy kept his colleague busy and they in turn aroused enthu siasm among their follows The result Is that the Hibernians are to be treated to a feast that will satisfy both the pliysloalI and mental mali The Ladies Auxiliary joined hands with the Hibernians and will as iRclnible around the banquet liable and enjoy the good things that have ten provided As all good Catholics IhllUlItth Illbacnians and tha Ladles Auxiliary will re teas of St Patrick toy approaching holy conununion at St Patrick church at 030 oclock tomorrow morningWhile Chairman Mulloy superin tended the whole affair he confided the arrangements for time menu J Coleman the chef at theLouisville Hotol and his colleague on the committee While the feait is in progress and between the toasts Thomas Scallys band will dill course Irish and American national airs The menu cards for the occa sion are of autistic design with outer cover of green while the inner pages are white tout tile lettering is in preen The menu by Chef D J Coleman Is as follows Grape Fruit Celery Olives Fillet of Beef with Mushrooms Hollandaisc Potatoes Braised Sweetbreads Green Peas Lettuce Salad Brick Ice Cream Fancy Cakes Philadelphia Cream Cheese Toasted Crackers Coffee The Hibernians and their ladies will bo received in the parlors of the Louisville Hotel and engage in socltl chat until the timq for the banquet Is announced Scallys band will play the pirtted march that will carry the guests to tlie dining hall where County President Murphy as Toastmaster will deliver the address of welcome Afbtr the viands have boon dispatched Mr Murphy will in troduce the speakers in the following order Goad Mlllo Failtho John A Murphy Good of the Order George J Butler Irish Literature and Poetry Judge Mntt ODohcrty The Day We Celebrate Thomas Keenan vocal solo Miss Mary Cor coran Scallys band will render ap propriate music between each num berThe Irish Catholics of Jefferson vllle have arranged for an entertain ment on the same night and as In Louisville it wilt be under the aus pices of the Hibernians Bernard Coyle Redmond Stanton and Michael KInney who compose the committee on that side of the river have dis played great taste in the invitations sent out The cover shows embossed Irish and American flags in a cluster peepIngbe held at Plans Hall and will be of a literary and musical character Hon Thomas Walsh one of Louis rUles leading attorneys and a loyal Hibernian ns well as a native of Indiana will deliver the principal address His subject will be The Day We Celebrate William M Biggins editor of the Kentucky Irish Amen can and William T Meehan of Divis ion 2 will be among the guests of honor In Jeffersonville and many other Louisville Irish men and women will go to swell the crowd because they feel assured of a hos pitable reception and a pleasing evenings entertainment UNIFORM RANK DRILL Both companies of Uniform Rank C K of A in full force assembled flit Phoenix Rill Hall Tuesday night and nil were pleased with that spacious drill room and new armory They were drilled through varloui movements by Capt Gus Kane and Major Gen Relcheri put them n tough the mvord manual During a a the drill Gen Rcichert took occasion I callGust the rank of Brigadier McGinntomotion of Col Joseph P ithe head of the Engineers Corps iwith the rank of General He also announced that a new company had been organized in l Nobraska FINnS FAYOR Does Candidacy of Her man D Newcomb For Congress Hon Herman D Newcombs can vass for time Democratic nominal vi for Congress from this district is everywhere receiving favorable com ment and he is getting many flatter big assurances of support Mr New comb Iin making his appeal directly to the masses and to the rank anil file His friends and they are legion assert that he is free from ail entangling alliances and that having kept clear of factional troubles witdiin the party he is free to appeal to all its elements and to reunite its hosts at a time when a solid Dome cratic phalanx is absolutely necessary to success The adherents of Mr Newcomb point with pride to his lbrilliant record as a member of the State Legislature as a Representa tine from the County of Jefferson in the sessions of 1002 and 1004 Ills friendfi and supporters demon strate that practically anything he advocated was adopted but that any flili g he opposed during those two sessions was defeated and that he is credited wiUi originating the largest number of bills that passed while he was a member of the House Mr Nowcomb is responsible for several acts for thQ benefit of Louis ville people among them the bill eatAbllshing the Free Kindergarten system the bill allowing the Com monwealths Attorney an assistant thus hastening procedure in the Circuit Court and a bill under whose provisions new title companies were permitted to enter this territorv ilAWi a prfl ll pcnmQillh1JllngIII1Ii 1 iil b previously + monopolistic Another plea that his friends urge is hU continued advocacy of the cause of the worklngmnn In 1004 he resigned nfi a member of time House of Representatives tf qualify as Democratic Elector from this district and he gave all his time and attcntlon to that work Ho is a ready speaker and a debater that takes nd vantage of Ills opponents weakness His many admirers believe he will lie the Democratic standardbearer in the coming com paign 1 COUNTY BOARD Plans Merger of Local Hibernian Marching Clubs TIle County Board mot in regular session at Bertrand Hall Tuesday night with President John A Murphy in the chair and all the division = well represented John M Mullov reported in behalf of the committee that is making arrangements for the St Patricks day celebration and the report of the committee Was approved and the members commended for their good work They were also authorized to extend a formal invita tion to the Ladles Auxiliary to at tend Mo banquet Judge Patrick T Sullivan reported that all arrangements had been rotate for the four divisions and the Ladles Auxiliary t receive holy communion at St Pat ricks church at 03Q oclock tomorrow morning State President George J Butler was called upon for a talk and ex pressed his pleasure1 oral satisfaction with the progress of the order in Jefferson county lie said It would measure above the standard of other benevolent societies in this city and county and announced that th meetings of all four divisions were facing better attended than formerly After a full discussion of the moat ter it was decided not to reduce the initiation feo for a temporary period as had been proposed at a previous meeting County President Murphy was authorized to merge the several marching clubs into one grand unit For this purpose a special meeting will bo+ Meld at the hall of Division 1 on the night of Friday March 27 State President Butler stated that he was In hearty accord with the movement to establish a uniformed company and would lend it any as sistance In his power The board ad journed to meet at the call of the County President HENRY PASLICKS VENTURE Henry Pasliek one of the most farslgWtcd real estate men in Lotus villc has gone into 4he busines for himself and has opentkl an office in ho Louisville Trust Companys building at Fifth and Market streets 1IU advertisement will be seen elsewhere in the columns of this paper Mr Paslick knows old about Louisville property and its values lie was for several years a deputy in the County Ataso ors office and later went to John A Straitton h Company Since the death of Mr Stratton Mr Pas lick wow manager of the companys- business Ills many friends wish him success In Ms new venture raa BELOVED LADY T Passed Away Full of Years and Honored by Her Associates BELOVED LADY In the death of Mrs Mary Wolf who passed away Monday morning tile Cathedral parish mourns one of its oldest members For more thin forty years she had been active in all time church and charitable work undertaken by the people of that congregation Time deceased way born In Louisville sixtyfive years ago and resided here all her lire Irlor to liner marriage to the late George Wolf at one time Loulsvilea leading jeweler she was Miss Mary Inmer a sister of the latel Charles Kremer for many years City Wharf master and Copt Theodore Kramer of the police force Mrs Wolf had been 111 two weeks and suffered front a complication of diseases Three sons George W and Alfred who conduct the business of George Wolf Company on Fourth avenue and William D Wolf of the firm of the Louisville Dry Goods Company survive her The funeral took place front the Cathedral Wednesday morning and that stately edifice was crowded with friends of the deceasel who came from all parts of the city to pay their last respdots to lull mortal remains BEARING FRUIT Macklns Membership Contest Certainly Shows Good Result Mackln Councils nutating Tuesday night developed that the work en gaged in by the rival teams headed by Capita Galway and Raldy is boar ling fruit Presidcait Robert i Burke had hardly announced ttioit the coun ell was ready for business before eleven now members were elected and two more applications were an irtounccd Thomas liadhnian was made Secretary for the evening In the absence of Austin Walsh Grand Secretary Owen Cantys re port of the proceedings of the recent medting of thin Boatel of Grand Directors was read and ordered filed The council concurred in the recoil mendation made by the Grand Board Apart of tho owning was spent in itflio discussion of routine affairs and all former business before the coun cil was cleared up It hud boon nextinitiationnill Woe making arranigemlffit recom mendel that Grand President La Vega Clements a member df Santo Council Owensboro be Invited to conic ond deliver o i ltf csttgg ltr r t tee was approved find an invitation was ordered sent to Mr Clements The Opera Committee reported that regular rehearsals were IMnp held and due progress was being made in preparing for tin production of A Mile From Town RISING PHARMACIST One of Loulsvlilos rising young druggists is Dr Thomas J Kenney yiio conducts the pharmacy at Sixth and Oak streets Less than thirty years old Hie is now on the high road to succes Dr Keaney was born in Louisville and after attending the parochial schools here was sent to St Meinrads College in Spencer county Ind and later to St Marys College Marion county Ky to com plate his education Upon leaving college he determined to become n pharmacist and after finishing hi studies at one of the leading universities the returned to Louisville and entered the employ of the Rem Drug Company five year ago Dur- Ing the past three years he has been the manager of their house at See oral and Market streets Since tint firSt of the present year he has been proprietor of the pharmacy at Sixth mad Oak streets Ho is a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and of time Catholic Order of Foresters LIGHTNINGS WORK During tho thunder storm that swept over tho Ohio Valley last week the spire on tho Catholic church at Dogwood Harrison county Ind was struck by lightning and badly dam aged It will bo rebuilt as soon as possible SURE TO WIN Thomas Dolan a well known mom ben of Division 4 A 0 II has opened the A S qf E tobacco foe tory et the southwest corner of Seventh and Oak streets and the orders that ho has on hand the thriving nature of his In3lcatlI Ills leading brand at present Trust Buster With the general op position to trusts Mr Dolan ought to become one of Kentuckys leading manufacturers a REMINISCENT Phenomenal Gijbwth of the Ancient Ordejvollllbernlnim nlnnifL 4Comparatively Small HuH Was Adequate AVhcn Louisville VnsA I Southern Membership Does Not Show Any Mnrkeu1 InJ eras DiG ASSEMBLY ISllN PROPECT The growth of the ancient Odor o Hibernians in the Ijifttcd Status has been remarkable one might say phenomenal ifliin Uie lust thirty years Wiile it flia f grown in this growthIlIreouter sections of the country Tlie first division organized in Kentucky was Division 1 of Louisville and it woos for tlie grater fart made up of parmu 1872 It was quickly followed by Division 2 men from the eastern city and thocomposedI IfHill rlcklI parish acne to th Division 3 organizedDivisionIn those old days Urc were street wereIntriili immigrants withcoming to Louisville then than gome now and tlie enthusiasm was gjjpat The first State convention of loonIer was held in tills city onfl the sessions were all conducted lit Uie hall over St Nicholas Hotel the hostelry now conducted by former Magistrate Jo sepia B Koyor nt s cul amid Court topfloorvarious societies The first State delegate to a Notional convention wo HenneasyTho and Kentucky Hibernians were such good workers that they brought the Na tional convention to Louisville in 18SO Among the workers in those old days were ninny now dead Mojtfthow Curran Thomas P Clines John M Henne sy V5lIinm Sullivan John Sullivan James K Rogers John Gillen and Thomas Cujp Other early r IlI 1 llillcm t9l gonebyovary position Sit the gift of the division County and State Thomas Shelly Owen Kelran Thomas Keenan John M Mulloy Patrick T Sullivan George J Butler John A HarryIhllJiltlt1U8twas it mne derv of the National lardWhen the national convontipn was held here n comparatively small hull sufficed to hold time delegates but now the order has grown to such pro portions that it will require an as oopncitrlorthose delegates tho thousands of vis itors and you will not wonder that the Indianapolis Hibernians have se cured Tomlinson Hall for tho na TulyAmnongdelegates to tho national convention that met in Louisville twenty two years ago were lIon Maurice F Willwre who was National President and nt that time Postmaster of Phil FitzpatricekMayorward became National President Hon llichard C Kerens of St Louis wlio has ainco become a millionaire niul Hon Jennniali Crowley then wrving this second term as Mayor of LoweilJ Mass Nearly every State in the Union sent at leant one of its leading sons to 9ie deliberations held by time lUbernians in this city In those days there were only a taw divisions in each State and there were several teas States then than now lint the ntemberithdpcontinued to grow until nmv tist New England States have more divisions than there were in the United States in 1H80 Now York ware Pennsylvania andMaryland Hhow large numbers of divisions in all their citifs and towns Tough the order Is not progressing as it should in the South the growth is steady People who live in Kentucky and who know how immigration from Ireland to this section has fallen off will understand why the growth of Hibernianisin in the South lis In retarded the Northern and Western the growth is better than in the South yet till are striving for the sonic endt4le aims unity fra ternity and trite Christian charity Since Louisville was the site of the national convention Hibernians lave met in every section of the land and eadh year witw un increased number of delegates When the delegates assemble In Indianapolis next July they will fill Tomllnson hull time largest in the Hoosier capital Besides the delcjgaltes there will be thousands of visitors Louisville ex pects to send several hundred men aside from their delegates the Marching Club and Hibernian Rifles Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Mil waukee and Detroit Will also send large contingents The Lake States and the Ohio Volley are sure to be well represented in time big street parade that is 01011111 glory to the forthcoming assembly Another feature that can be noted in connection with the A 01i Is the way it has grown into flnvor with the clergy Since the Louisville con vention men like Archbishops Fancy Glennon Ryan Corrigan Quigley and Ireland Bishops Feehan Me Paul and others have served as Na It U tional Chaplains Moreover the greater number of tho divisions ChaplainTlieat all in 1880 was practically an un known quantity for years after Now there are brandies of time auxiliary in every State and Sn some cities ninny branches TIme ladies will be much in evidence at lolls this summer and their national organization will hold its convention while the Hibernians are milling theirs Tho auxiliary has a membership of more than 50000- Hibernianism is doing a great work not only for time Irish but for the church A bond of membership exists among its mouitewa that is not known In any other purely Irish Catholic society Lt is recognized as- a poser for good and those in au thority encourage membership in tho organization ALL GOES WELL With Division 3 and Its Members Are Full oft Cheer Division 3 A O H held one of tha best attended meetings in its history Friday night of last week and Pre+ i dent Patrick T Sullivan did not heat tate to express his appreciation of the fat James Trcston and Thomas Owens now members who had re ceived the degrees at the joint initiation a week previous made brief expressing they had learned State President George J Butler Patrick Holley and Patrick Welsh addressed the mem bers on the approaching St Pat ricks day celebration Before tho moeifcinig closed the division discussed and unanimously approved ammo County Boards decision not to reduce the initiation fee for a terns of six month- sAMUSING DEBATE Between Irish and German Young Men of Trin ity Council President James B Kelly and the other officers of Trinity Council wore gratified at the attendance at Trinity Council Monday night and pleased with time interest that is being shown by oil the members Two more appli cations were received and referred to committees It WOK determined to have the first pm f Lenten reception tumid euchre on the night of April 23 Dr G P Bout wast appointed Chair man of n committee to arrange the details of the affair The Botthl of Dlreators of Trinitys t MSooJCty ihold a jna6Ung and Its report to tho council wore very gratl fyttng Work on tie superstructure for Jho new club house will begin at xmce Joseph Slbler the popular builder has secured the contract fur Che carpenter work After a great amount of routine work had been disposed ofa lively debate followed d about the advisability of holding a reception and dance on St Patricks night An amusing feature was that the GermanAmericans wanted to celebrate in lhonor of Erins saint while time young mon of Irish descent were opposed to it not iron lack of patriotic spirit but because this is the Lenten season It was finally decided not to celebrate until after 15atr HAS MADE A HIT Paul J Olberman Is one of tho Frankfort boys who have made good in Louisville Ho came hero from tho Stato capital six years ago For awhile he was with Joo Kottman ahd then became a trusted employe of Al Kolb Later he removed to Mad ison Ind where he embarked In business for himself Mr Olberman did not like Madison as well as Louisville and over a year ago re turned to this city and took a post tion with Tony Montedonlco at 644 West Jefferson street There he isI making new friends every day He belongs to an old popular Catholic family at Frankfort and is a nephew of Col J Fred Kellner Jr of Louis ville 4 NO HOME YET The Biiildimg Committee of this Catholic Womans Club held a meet lag Tuesday afternoon and discussed for a ntw home The ladies have been offered several buildings but are undecided whether to build a new hornet or to remodel one al ready built It was decided to post 10110 definite action until a later date HELOVED PASTOR DEAD Rev Father Hugh Rafferty pas tor Qf the church at Scipio Center mostpoPjularclergmen Rochester Ho was born In Ireland sixtyeight years ago and was or dained In 1863 Right Rev Thomas F Hlckoy Coadjutor Bishop of Rochester officiated at the requiem mass hold in St Bernards church Scipio Center Thursday morning of this week HOME TALENT Will Furnish Entertainment After Lenten Season Passes meetingofthe mmnbdrsaltoILentevening were Interesting Tind inDertrandto the division President UenfSsy was on hairll cnlledJohnCnmplollWere andMichelreported well John Fitzgibbons was appointed a delegate to the Catholic Federation instead of Joseph L Lenihan whose multifarious duties and cares preclude his regular attendance nt sessions of that bodf It was decided to equip the new military company with swords instead of rifles and to change the name of that organization to the Hibernian Knights President Heiiiiessy urged all time young men in the division to join the company and attend the drills He also urged all the memo hers vflio could possibly make it convenient to nppronch the holy sacra ment of the enichnrbst at St Pat ricks church on March 15 The Entertainment Committee reported that it favored giving a hlga class entertainment soon after Easter the performers to be chosen from the best amateur talent in the city and ns her as possible from nmong the members of the four di visions and from the Ladles Auxiliary The division approved the plan and President Hennessy named the following committee to conduct all arrangements Stephen J Me Elliott David Rellly C A Curtin Joseph P McGinn John Fitgibbons DignanTlie SylvesteloyleJ Hartnett Richard Mulloy Eugeiu OBrien M J Collins Patrick FWhlve Michael Hognn John Holmes and Edward McGnrry It was thin unanimous sense of those es umtlcd that the County Board should be urged to hold an other joint initiation in the near future Division 4 now hIs twentv five m omit ers awaittngitli a degrees John Brown a hard working mem ber of Division 2 wns present but declined ito make an address until n later date It is pleasant to note that old war horses like Thomas Langan mill TJiomas Dignan arc now attending regularly PURE ARTICLES Manufactured in Three Big Plants of Hirsch Bros Company Louisville is coming to the front as tlio home of pure food plants A model plant is that of Hirsch Broth ers Company at the southwest cor ner of Fourteenth and Grayson streets The company manufactures vinegar older sauces catsups mue tardipickles and variois table condi i The Louisville plant employs 200 people and 80 per cent of them are Irish and Catholics- A visitor to the plant is surprised at the extreme elf011 11 11 ON to bo found on every hand Every article used is of the purest and best No refuse matter is allowed to remain around to ferment and breed diwas germs The floors are as clean as a dining room table should be and nowhere in thin untidinesstheevidence of dirt or Messrs Hirsch will not permit it Tim officers of the company are David Hlrnch President Ben P Hirsch Vice President non IR Hirsch Secretary Louis II Hirseh Secretary and General Manager The business of course ibngan in a small way but such excellent products were placed upon the market that tho Louisville plant had to be continually enlarged to its present pro portions An Interesting feature connected with the plant Is the em dining room The company has furnished and equipped n 20mnployes1 and can enjoy it In comfort Hirwh Brothers Company have two other large plants one at Pitts burg and another nt Now Orleans and all arc flourishing TRAINING snows RESULTS Tho recent disaster in Ohio has caused school principals and super intendents all over the world to ex amina more closely into the condi tions of their respective schools Rev Brother James President of St Xaviers College in this city mode a test a few days ago and with sur prising results There were more than 500 boys In tho building but so perfectly were they drilled that It was emptied in one and three quarter minutes REAL STATESMANSHIP Hon William F Klalr Representative from Lexington Is one of the shining lights in the lower house of the Kentucky Legislature In fact just now he Is the Democratic leader and during tho present ses sion has displayed statesmanship oft high order He is the best par liamentarian In the House hind keeps things lively all the time Some day he will go higher in the councils of his party i 1tu j DISASTER That Occurred In Cleveland 0 Was Almost Duplicated in This City N 4 Workof Reformers Has Not Keen Conducive to Safety in Schools Police Department Needs Special Airing For Benefit of Public I BULLim FRIEND IN THE TOILS tobunotJettcdthat of tJle recent one in Cleveland Only a few of tho people in time im GeorgeInsley thlLoulsvlllosecret The daily newspapers of course heard of the arfair but made no continent The cUy pruning cone trust for Ufe current year has not been awarded but after that the flyAInvestigatingtheGeorge Tinsley school at Prestou4tend Ormby avenue on Friday Feb T ruary 28 and the necessary closing of time school for a week The School Boards committee is now engaged in an endeavor to find out why this happened His Political Accidency P ti Coker and the other reformers in janitors As a result the Tiusloy school got a now janitor Tho former janitorII was dismissed and the new one entered upon his duties Six days after the celebration of Washingtons birthday the boiler blew up the 4QO children were dismissed for a week A and an additional tax of 1100 wasaplaced on the taxpayers of Louisville No attempt to place the blame will committee not reflect on the janitor but time fact that time lives of 400 children were endangered by a reform School Hoard floes not redound to the credit of the alleged reformers That the 4 school was closed that 400 lives were wMnillehn fi1 pas are anxious for that investigating committee to retort Poor patient Louisville people are 1valtiirg for pure water Look at the product furnished now tinny charges of graft and corruption wi r mode agtuiuit the old Louisville Water Coni uiy Reformers changed the whole thing but a little light shone into the office on Third street will show Uiat conditions have noi improved Tho light can be turned on if the public wants it despite tin papersSilence re gnrding the men who have been recently placed on time pay rolls of the police and fire departments It s rumored and the rumor hears tim- estamp of authenticity that one of time now policemen has been dodginir the police for several years lt is said that a warrant charging him with nil offense that calls for hang ing in Kentucky is out against him When will it be served W Marshall Btillitts friend Rob ert Turner is in the tolls once more Turner was an adherent and spy for the Fusionists but before he fin islicd liis work was summoned to the Juvenile Court on tho charge of neglecting his family In a controversy In the Court House Marshall Bullitt contended that Turner was a perfect gentleman Turner disap peared before he was brought to trial for contempt of court Nmv he conies front Winchester guarded by Deputy Sheriffs and on a warrant that charges him with grand larceny- It might bo said right now that th Democrats who had fallen Into a state of innocuous desuetude as Grover Cleveland would say are be ginning to organize for the welfare of their homes their city State and nation and when the next election they rolls around they will have till support of all people who have good government nt heart and who hunk civic weal above partyaffiliation FORTY HOURS ADORATION The Forty Hours adoration vlll begin at the late mass at St Cecilias church tomorrow Tho altars have been decorated for tits occasion and mi excellent musical programme his been arranged The Rev Father A J Brady will celebrate the high mils that opens the solemn ceremonies Tomorrow will also witness the open ing of the same devotions at Holv Rosary Academy on Ormsby avenue between Fourth and Fifth LEBANON LADIES WORK Tho Ladles Aid Society of St Augustines church Lebanon Is do Ing valuable work On the first Monday In March they held their annual County Court day dinner and had a big crowd to entertain On the evening of the following day they gave a euchre at the Y M I hall and entertained an enormous crowd HONOR FORMER RESIDENT The Right Rev Shanloy Bishop of Fargo North Dakota was tendered a big reception when he visited lilt old homo at Albion N YIlast week The Mayor of time town presided at the meeting held In the prelates honor It was flftyp years since Bishop Shanley had vIted his native heath I rt u J KENtruOKY IR SI3 AMERICAl I ti N 10NONOIbN N b1111bb0AbON1N1N11NAbN011b0 0 111100AbON1NN1bN1bNNiNOMNNl01N1111N101 NNNNNINNNNINNN 010N001NNNOO ONNNN J D POWERS President MATT ODOHERTY tat Vice President DARWIN W JOHNSON SecTreat Commonwealth Life- Insurance Company Ii HOME OFFICE 308 W CHESTNUT ST LOUISVILLE KY ir EveryKentuckianii i PATRONIZE THE 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ICE CREAM OUR SPECIALTY r Special Rates for Parties and Outings X19 Ea ltARKET STREETE www n ni r rw wwri = J llilJI ICOMPANY II Fine Cloth Covered and Varnish fin I ish Burial Cases and Caskets andIIII Funeral Supplies ofall Kinds Finest ShowRoom iin the South or Il Ill West Sell at Wholesale onlyII J IItbandMagazint Louisville Ky ct- sf r J n Q I LOVES LABOR Something About the Four Musters and Their Great 1 Vork Romance Behind the Line That Produced the Famed Chief They Sprang From Long JAm of Hereditary Irish Historians FOR GOD AND FOR COUNTRY As each successive Patricks day rolls round and we Irish mcrllaI feel the rich ml blood of our Irish ancestors flowing in faster streams through our arteries we seek for something new in St Patricks life and character to be proud of Whether laymen or priests the Irish are essentially preachers and teach ers Their inherited generosity make them this way If they have knowledge humliln t3iouclhjt may be they want others to enjoy it If an Irkt man appreciates the zeal the faith the fervor the self saerifice of St Patrick ho wants the whole world to jhare in his appreciation The Irish are not selfish in their joys though they may keep their or rows to themselves Many an Irish heart is breaking under a terrible weight of iwoe yct one would never know of ithe difficulties under which tdiat heart labored Hut in seeking for something new about St Patrick ngnInstthoMasters and from their comp ations has been evolved the history All that Is known of St Patrick The question naturally arises who were the Four Masters Compara tively few Irish Americans can an swer Yet it is worth while to ascer tain and to remember that they too had the spirit of the present day son of Erin hat they desired to give to the world a true account of Ireland peopleThe were Michael OClory Chief his brother Conary OClcry a distant relative Cugory OClery and Fearfeasa OMulconry Their work was begun January 22 1032 A D and was concluded Aug ust 10 1636 Their headquarters were in the Convent of the Francis can friars in County Donegal and from tthcra they and their assistants scoured every monastery and school in Ireland for fragments and scraps of tho countrys history from taw Deluge to the yeaf 1616 A D It was a long arduous and underpaid task although the great Chieftain OGara furnished the means for carrying on 0the work Fergal OGara at that time SlIgoAs land can be traced each tribe or clan had Its ollamh pronounced ollav or hereditaryInabout In a romantic way that the OCleiys became the historians of Tyrconnell Originally the OClerys were descended from one of the Kings of Connaught In the thir dispossesedbyadventurers and sought safety in other parts of Ireland About tho year 1380 A D ono of the OClcry family whose antece dents had settled near Tyrawley set forth to seek his fortune in the country of the ODonnells His given journeylieAssaroc The good monks discovered that he was h young man of more than ordinary split and intelligence Ho was Invited to remain ot the mon astery as professor of canon and civil law Cormac OClery agreed to remain for a time at least While there he made the acquaintance of Matthew OrHngin tho historian of tho clan of ODonnells Matthew was snuck impressed with Cormac OClery and offered to make him his sonin law and provided that in event of male issue the child and his descendants would continuo to foe time historians of the ODonnell clan Cor mao accepted the bargain and from that matchmaking sprung tho lino developedMicFour Masters 5t is unnecessary tb trace the lino down treat J380 through several cen presenttoon account of his religious belief and patriotic tendencies had to leave Ire land becamo n member of the Fran ciscan order at Louvain France in 1607 He was known as Brother Michael A few years llater he was sent back to Ireland by Father John Cblgan to collect material for The Lives of the Irish Saints He did this work admirably and also began collecting materials for the workw f U 4a J a tjjilt l i Mini later became known as the Annals of tho Four Masters Be sides these ho wrote and complied The Succcsslonof The Irish Rings tho Book of Conquests and the Martyrology of Donegal The last three named were completed before an attempt was made to compile the Annals of the Four Masters Conary OClcry a brother of Michael was a layman Little else ia known of him save that lie assisted his brother in writing and compiling Ougory OClery was the last historian of the ODonnclls Previous to his collaboration with Michael and Con ary ho had written a life of Hugh hoe ODonnell Fearfeasa OMul conry the fourth of the group was descended front the Uoscommon I family of that name and was the historian of Clan OConnor The Franciscan abbey where time Four Masters made their headquar ters and did their compiling stood at tIle head of Donegal Bay Today It Is onlj a dismantled ruin In begin ning the Annals Brother Michael pointed out to hits confreres that it would redound to the Glory of God and the honor of Erin MY HUSBAND He comes as a lover with soft noise less feet And I listen and wait for him speechless and sweet He comes dowx the pathway his heart all aglow I pcpp from mj casement and watch for I know By the light in his eyes and the smile on his face All tremlbllntf expectant all shining with truer Of the some love soullighted that blessed me in youth That lie loves me as ever still truly as truth He is constant and faithful I know he is mine In the sadness of sorrow through shadow and shine He hath smoothed my caprice with a kindness that told How precious his love more than rubies and gold And often and often far back in the years I know that my warwardness grieved him to tears And now as I wait for him cm I forget That he loves me and loves me more tenderly yet How steadfast in purpose how pure in his heart And that I poor and helpless shorld1 live as its part When he took me and blessed ine and called me his own And now +or his bread do I give him a stone 0 not for I love him as woman can love I know of his olive branch I am the dove And tranquil and happy and joyous my life As I feel that he loves me ithat Jam his wife Alphonse Dayton JOAN OF ARC New History of Famous Heroine by wench Scholar M Anatole Trance of Paris has written a ijow life of Jeanne dAre or as she is commonly called in English Joan of Arc Many Catholics rec gnizc her as a saint The Eng lisle burned her because they con sidered the moor girl a witch Tin new French Historian says Shc was a saint with all the attributes of sanctity during the fifteenth century She hind visions and these vis ions were neither pretended nor counterfeit She really believed that slip could hear voices which spoke to her and which caino not from human lips Jeanne dArc M Prance holds was a saint of her own time and not a prophet Tho voices she hearer spoke of the fifteenth century rand of cir cumstances with which fflio was familiar She had none of those in tellectual qualities with iwlhich some historians have credited her nor did doe possess marvelous military tal eats Pious Frenchmen in 14S8 re garded her as a devout girl inspired by God There wkvs nothing incred able in that In announcing that she Iliad a revelation from St Michael concerning the war she inspired the men to arms and citizens of Or leans iwitlh as much confidence as would have been communicated to the troops of the Loire in time winter of 1871 by tho Inventor of a smoke less powder or an improved cannon Whit could have been expected from science in 1871 was expected from religion in 1428 Jeanne absorbed in her prayers could not see tho enemy She didl not know the roads sho took no ac count of tSie number of men engaged nor of the height of walls nor the breadth of trenches It is a common thing in our days for military men to discuss lie mialds tadtioal genius She had tout a single plan of tactics Jto prevent her men from swearing or falling into dissolute habits She believed that they would be de stroyed by their own sins but If they fought in a state of innocence they would surely bo victorious That was all her military science with the ex ception of the fact that she was absolutely without fear She showCl tho swecttest and Proudest courage She was more valiant more constant more generous than her men and so worthy toi lead them- REASONABLE INFERENCE A little girls papa had been very ill with appendicitis and pad lain for many days in the darkened room after the doctors had come and removed his appendix The little girl had been told to be very quiet and very good with the pormiso that she should go In to see her papa at the earliest possible moment At last islto was permitted a brief interview She stood perfectly still gazing at her father with loving eyes but when the nurso came to take her away she told back a moment tHavent I been very quiet papa Z Yes whispered the fond parent And havent I been very good Her father admitted it Then wont you do me a favor papa Certainly What Is It childZ Letme see tho baby A new white serge suit for the South has collar and cuffs of striped black end write pongee The suit to severely tailored II oJ r oo I ED WARD J OBRIEN co 11- II LEAF TOBACCO II- II sgtS H OKERS gss 1 111032 WEST MAIN ST LOUISVILLE KVI FACTORIESt PADUCAH KY BARDWELL KY i FULTON KY DYCUSBURG KY g ORDERS AND CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED g WASHINGTON j As He Was ScarS and All Paint ed By a Loyal Con temporary Founder of Democracy Is the Author of the Word Picture One Man That All the World Might Take Pattern After JUSTICE WAS MOST INFLEXIBLE Every American boy and girl looks upon Washington as a hero So he was but many see him only In the glamour of history Not all of them lave rend of him as he was spoken of by his contemporaries and fellow patriots Thomas Jefferson one of his colleagues in time fight for Amer teas independence and JIOjiI Washington became President who really foundwl the doctrine of Democracy in the United Sates had tIlls to say of the illustrious founder of our country- I think I knew Gen Washington intimately and thoroughly and were I called on to delineate his character it should l e in terms like these HIt mind was grebe and powerful with out being of the very first order his penotraition strong though not so acute as that of a Newton Bacon orI Locke and as far as he saw no judgment was ever sounder It was slow in operation btdng little aided by invention or imagination but sure in conclusion lIe was incapable of fear meeting personal danger with the calmest unconcern Perhaps the strongest feature in his character was prudence never acting until every circumstance every consideration was maturely weighed refraining if lie saw a doubt but when once decided going through with his purpose what ever obstacles opposed His integrity was most pure Ids justice the most inflexible I flTave ever known no motives of interest or consanguinity of frieoidriliip or hatred being able to bias his decision His heart was not warm in its affections but he exactly calculated every mans value and gave him a solid esteem proportioned to It Ills person you know was fine his stature exactly what one could wish his deportment easy erect and noble the best horseman of his age and the most graceful figure that could be seen on horseback Although in rtho circle of his friends where he might bo unreserved with safety he took a free share in the conversation Jiis colloquial talents were not above mediocrityI possessing neither copi ousness of ideas nor fluency of words In public when called on for a sudden opinion he was unready short and embarrassed Yet he wrote readily rather diffusely dn on easy and correct style This he had ac quired by conversation with the world for his education was merely reading writing and common arith metic to which he added surveying at a later day On the whole his character was in its roMS perfect dn nothing bawl In few points indifferent and it may be truly said that never did nature and fortune combine more perfectly to snake n man great and to place him in the same constellation with whatever worthies have merited from man an everlasting remembrance For his was tho singular destiny and merit of leading the armies of his country through on ardous war for the establishment of its independ ence of conducting its councils through the birth of a government new in its powers and principles unitil it had settled down into n quiet and orderly train and of scrupulously obeying the laws through tho whplo of his career civil and military of which the his tory of tflio world furnishes no other example GARMENTS OFLONG AGO An advertisement appearing in a 1709 London newspaper enumerated the following garment which hal been stolen A Mack silk petticoat with a red and white calico border dherry colored stays trimmed with blue and silver a red and dove col wed damask gown flowered with aproniaiIDmcdleadcloths with crowfoot edging louble ruffles with fine edging a black 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Possibly those who have to work during the day will go to hear his panegyric preached during the evening at one of the Catholic churches Others may attend a social celebration but all will wear the greon Hero In America we find people of every creed wearing the sham rock or some other design on St Patricks day There are some peo plo who regard St Patrick as a myth Ono learned 7 principal of a cer tain Kentucky high school Invited an Intelligent Irish resident of the same town to address his pupils on St Patricks day and relate to them the legend of St Patrick No said the Irishman I will not relate tho legend but I will relate what history shows I will tell the boys and girls the truth He did it too Homer and Virgil wrote centuries before St Patrick was born yet they are not regarded as myths St Pat rick has not only left the world his writings but he has put an indelible impress on his people that time will never efface St Patrick was born in Gaul near what is now Boulognesurmer Franco In the year 373 A D His father Calphurnlas was a nobleman and tho son of Potitius a Prince of the church as well as of tho State St Patricks mothor was Conchessa daughter of another noble family and a woman noted for her piety She was a sister of St Martin of ToursIt is only natural to believe that young Patrick or Succat as ho was originally christened vwas given every Advantage- In thoso days the Irish tribes wore marauders and dealt in slaves One of these bands visited tho villa In which St Patrick and his parents dwelt killed the parents and carried off Patrick and several other young men as slaves Patrick was then sixteen years old He was taken to Ireland and forced to herd swine Passing over his six years of captivity one finds that ho has escaped and returned to France His six years among tho pagans hn1 left a lasting Impression on him He loved the people and their good traits but longed tp BOO them accept the truths of Christianityt ThIs ho endeavored to malJ his lifes work He began to prepare himself for the task at onto and his piety and fervor attracted the attention of the older and more experienced doctors of the churchHe was sent on several successful missions and aided St Germanus in stamping out the Polagion heresy in Briton Ho was appointed Bishop by St Celestlne then the Pope of Rome and was consecrated at Turjn when a little over forty years old Many years ho devoted to the study of re ligion and the science before he set out for his apostolic mission to Ireland Suffice it to say that ho was fifty nine years old when he landed on tho coast of Ireland and began to preach tho gospel In the name of tho Father the Son and the Holy Ghost using the shamrocks that he plucked from the ground to Illustrate his teachings of tho triune God St Patrick met with success every where and strange to relate Ireland is the only country that did not shed the blood of at least some of those Christians who went to evangellfco It From his fiftyninth to his one hundred and twentieth year St FLOORFIX FOR FLOORS LOUISVILLE VARNISH COI LOUISVILLE OH SALE B- YPEASLEEGAUITRT COMPANY Patrick preached to the the people of Erin Long before his death tho whole nation had been Christianized and March 17 438 A D ho loft a land filled with churches monasteries convents shrines seats of learning pious men and women and aye oven saints St Patricks body was buried at Downpatrick but his spirit of faith Is still in the hearts of tho people hn laboro to save NEW CIGAR STOKE Enterprising William Mc Kinley to Engage in Big Business About two weeks from the present time William McKInley veteran serv ant of the people of Jefferson county and city of Louisville will open tho handsomest cigar store in the city of Louisville His quarters are to be In the building at the southeast cor ngr of Fifth and Market streets Artisans and decorators are now at work on tho interior of the building and as rapidly as possible the now show cases and fixtures are being InstalledWill McKinley is one of the clev erest men In the State and belongs to real old IrishAmerican stock His ancestors were among the white pio neers in Kentucky and ho shows his birth and breeding In his conduct it all times For years ho served In the County Clerks office as County Treasurer and then was Cashier in the City Tax Receivers office for six or eight years Mac was always a stickler on dally balances and never left the office for the day until every cent had been accounted for I In his new venture he will carry I the best lino of tobacco foreign anti domestic cigars of all the standard brands and will also keep a full sup ply of tho leading newspapers mag azines and periodicals As clever a man as William McKinley and on such prominent corner as his es tablishment Is to bo located forms ft combination that secures success In r IdvanceIt to NEWSBOYS iLearn Vlint Work IIs und What Money Always Means to Men a Poverty In ICo Disgrace and Little Merchants Become Thrifty Former Little Venders Who Have Arisen to Eminence- in America GOVS BURKE AND BRADY CASES It is not a bad plan to cultivate the friendship of newsboys Nobody knows whon one of these little merchants will land at the top If you know Johnny or Jimmy Kil burn Moso Bpstoin or Jalco Hirsh berg win their friendship There lu lots of competition in their business and early in life they learn to take advantage of every point Boys do not arise from feeds at 3 or4 oclock in the morning and perhaps spend the entire day peddling their wares for pleasure It is a necessity But those boys learn something They have it hammered into them Some of Louisvilles leading business men sold papers in years gone by and every State In the Union can point with pride to many men who wore formerly newsboys But there art two principal cases in point A party of waifs of the East Side in New York City arrived In TIpton Indiana one day about fortyeight years ago They had boon sent there by tho Eastern Childrens Aid So ciety They were intended for the homes of farmers who would care for them Judge John Green ono of the leading citizens of the Indiana town called on the man in charge of the hew arrivals Said tho Judge- I want the ugliest raggedest most friendless youngster in the lot Tho man cast an eye over his chargos and picked out a freckled red haired little chap yarned John Brady better known as Roddy This one is the ugliest one that is left Judge he said and the raggcdest Ho has not a friend in the world outside of the Newsboys Lodging Housq There is one that is Just as ugly and just as ragged and just as friendless and that is Andy Burke but ho has gone to the next townTho Judge gave one look at Roddy Brady and accepted him on tho spot Thirtyone years later An drew H Burke the ugly boy wno had gone on to the next town was elected Governor of North Dakota Seven years aftpr Burkes election John Green Brady formerly known as Reddy became Governor of AlaskaTho whole countryand a good part of the world toohas heard of Gov Brady of Alaska There are dozens of other men who have reached high places who began as newsboys It has not been by any wonderful turn of chance that these men havo succeeded In every case it has been by the restless energy the dogged perseverance the worldly knowledge that characterize so many of tho newsboys of today added to natural shrewdness and ambition Take Bradys case for example He was only ten years old when tho Childrens Aid Society sent hlm West yet hq had been earning his living for years without a friend or relative to help him After Judge Green gave him a helping hand ho worked his way through college There he chopped wood made fires and rang tho bell in addition to working as a tutor Then he decided to become a man of power and In fluenceIf should ask either Govs Drady or Burke for the secret of their respective successes they would doubtless say When a boy has had to work ho knows the value of money CATACOMBS OP ROME Time catacombs of Rome arc 580 mites in 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Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Teffersonville Ind Phone 655 II All the new Sprngand Summer Styles and Shapes can bo found hereI at reasonable prices- CATIIOLICS DEVOUT Eodh Roman COiWoJicchurch iIn New York city averages twice an mealy attendant Iin Sunday serricert M the individual bJMiruhes of an other deattoanfaiation oiOhrisUaane a 1n u REASONS Vhr Sons of the Gael Gather to Celebrate St Patricks Day Prominent Purtucnh Lady Pays Tribute to the Irish Apostle I Exiles of Erin Make Loyal American Citizens nUll Pond Friends IDEAS BEAUTIFULLY EXPRESSED In proportion to tho size of the city Paducah has asmany loyal IrishAmerican sons and daughters as are to be found in Kentucky Mrs Kntle M Dorian the estimable wife of Col John J Dorian City Treasurer of Paducah pays the following tribute to Erins patron saint The name of St Patrick Is ono of tho immortal names of Christianity Almost everybody knows that It was this apostle who In the fifth century cenverted ancient Ireland from pagan worship to the standard cross When ho landed on Erins shore ho found a race of people deeply im bued with religious zealsun wor shippersan enlightened order o f ancient paganism Their rulers and Druid priests were men of much culture They debated every point at issue with St Patrick and It seems iindeed miraculous that even this most remarkable man should have llived to witness the conversion of that nation to the Christian faith without the sacrlfco of a lire or time shedding of a drop of blood Therefore the name of St Patrick naturally above all else suggests thoughts of religion and his anniversary which means so much to a very Important branch qf the human family carries the mind back for more than fourteen centuries of the most Interesting period of the worlds history But it Is not tho religious or more serious phase of this anniversary the observance of which encircles the globo which Is to bo considered here but the social features of tho daymIn dear old Ireland friendly social Intercourses is one of the great feat ures of this anniversary also in nearly every Important city of Europe Irishmen and their tie scendants will meet In social reunion In far off Australia and New Zea land of the Southern seas thou sands of the loyal sons of Saint Pat rick will meet and with love and loyaltytothe Western world In the Dominion of Canada from our Great Lakes to the frozen North true and patriotic wen will meet in social reunion and ronow their devotion to the den old land Perhaps nowhere on earth does Irish sentiment find such beautiful and poetic expressions as it does on St Patricks day In this glorious Republic of America Time sturdy sons of that dear ancient Isle have upbuildingr strong arms have constructed most of our Immense public Improve ments Their eloquence statesman ship and patriotism have Inspired directed and elevated our political1 life at bench and bar in the State Legislatures in both houses of Congress extending oven to the WhitsHouse Their sons have been atnon our greatest best and most patrioticl soldiers In every struggle from Bunker Hill to Santiago No wonder than that when the Exiles of Erin meet around the banquet board as freo and loyaI1 American citizens their celebration of this great holiday surpasses 1in grandeur and eloquence all otho celebrationsThe story is told once more The Inspiring song Is heard And memory to that sacred shore Brings back with magic word The scene of glorious victory won The hope that can not die That Irelands flag and golden sun Will yet Illumine the sky And symbollzo men oppressed Whereer their home may be The help on which their hope may rest When Ireland shall be free SHOWS ENTERPRISE Plant of American Ice and Cold Storage Corn pany Enlargeda The American Ice and Cold Storage Company has made an enormous success within two years Its officers and stockholders are IrishAmericans With Charles J OConnor as Presi dent John T Garaghty as Secretary and Patrick Regan as General Man ager almost any business would pros per At present the company Is oper ating fourteen largo wagons and this number will have to be increased dur ing the coming spring and summer The plant at Floyd and Pearl street is mammoth In its proportions but It has been found necessary to Increase its capacity Work is In prog ress right now that will enable the company to store 20000 additional blocks of ICe to be used in case of emergency New refrigerating ma nnd1whenpanys plant will bo second to none south of the Ohio river and will have few equals within the boundaries of the United States The present capac- Ity of the plant is 200 tons of Ice every twentyfour hours The prices are reasonable and every block of lIce fIs made from pure water Every drop of water used In mak- Ing 1 the Ice at the American Ito and CQl storage Company is distilled be tore It enters the refrigerating tanks and is absolutely pure In these days when adulteration of rood products Govds ernment bas to enact cure food law Q e i i i f t ofi s 0 + Home Phone 5687 CURID Main 484y HENRY FUGflS FLORIST Funeral Designs and Flower for all occasions GREENHOUSES Charles and Texas Sts STORE Hopkins Theatre Building XX x x X x x x A V Schmitt THE TAILOR- s w Cor Shelby Market DRAMATIC INSTRUCTION 1rlvntu Instruction In elocution and dramatic art In nil brunches Special attention sleets to Shakespearean character studies Assistance given llodges societies etc in the presen tation of amateur plays and enter tainments Terms reasonable Address JOSEPH K HILL 10U5 Preston St Louisville Ky iIt Is refreshing to know that Louis ville people can get one product that Is absolutely free from germs of any kindThe ftovary purity of the product advertises tacit FEW TOMBS Of the Many Popes Con Be Located By the Faithful Only ninety of the 200 and morotjmen who have succeeded St Peter- sa Vicar or Christ on earth have marked graves It is known that tho bones of at least twenty are scattered over Italy some lie In Florence others are Interred in Perugia Veterbo Bologna Naples and Milan The six Avingon Popes are burled In France while one of tho Popes who was a native of Ger any is buried in the Cathedral ofj Bomberg In early Christian days the Popes were burled close to tho jtomb of St Peter in Rome but from the beginning of tho third until the middlo of time fifth century successors of St Peter were In time catacombs The bones of these illustrious leaders of the church were usually placed In sarcophagil or Romanj bathing basins of rare marble from the year 440 A D until the middle of the ninth century For this period of 4DO years or more the Popes I who died were placed side by sido I and the several sarcophagi were cov theserslabs originally contained an epitaph setting forth the principal facts in the dead mans life Pilgrims from every quarter of tho globo visited these tombs and each succeeding year helped to wear out tho lettersj on the stones and there are many Popes burled In Rome whose names cnn not even be traced on the burial stone I During the tenth eleventh and twelfth centuries tho Popes were burled in tho Lateran Basilica but elghtyfseven of these tombs were destroyed In the1 sixteenth century StlPeternogt now marked perished in various ways and owing to different causes BOSTON CAFE COMPANY Prominent among the many cafes IIn Louisville may bo mentioned Tho Boston located at 337 West Market alr1 hoiys of the day and up to ono of the best lunches that over tempted the appetite Of course there is an abundance of fine wines and superior liquors on hand all the time Time proprietors of The Boston have always shown themselves to bo just in dealing with their patrons and are men of ability Their constantly Increasing business goes to i show that their fair dealings have told Those who desire prompt and efficient service would do well to patronize this cato and thus aid 1 in making it a still greater success J C Boardman who directs tho busi ness has a host of friends all over this city and State IIoSES RIGHT LEO With profound sorrow the many friends of Capt Harry Bnndschu learned that he had to submit to the amputation of his right lleg last Sat urday A little over two months ago ho was injured while fighting a fire at the Pitcher organ factory Pieces of broken glass penetrated his kneo and blood poisoning developed ItL was found impossible to save the limb and the amputation followed For several years he was aide to Chief Tyson and during tho Blng ham regime Capt Bundschu wn made bead of the No 2 Hook an I Ladder Company Ho Is also an o1 member of Trinity Council VALUE OP LITTLE THINGS An excellent and graphic illustra tion of the aggregate value of little things is afforded bythe Bulletin of the AntiSlavery Society of Bolguim What is know as the Work of Can celled Postage Stamps established sixteen years ago at the Seminary of Liege was able to distribute lastii year Among the missionary priests of I I the Congo nearly ten thqusan- francs beside founding two is the Liege diocese Itself The can j j culled stamps collected during th year reached the rather astonishing number of 50000000 I ARO DIOCESAN SYNOD A synod of tile archdiocese a Dubuque Iowa will bo hold in tha i city after Easter Matters of con slderahle Interest are to be dls cussed and Archbishop Keane will1 prides yi- t 4 f BEAUTIES Of County SlIgo and Her Lakes Described By Eastern Journalist Wooded Isle Can Be Made to Teem With Plenty By I Diligence Rivers Ate Few and Short III Course nut Move Very Itapidly TELLS OF MOUNTAIN AND DALE A recent writer In tho New England l journals gives an admirable description of tho topography of parthesaysTho surface of County SlIgo 1to much varied having near the sea coast extensive plains backed by lofty mountains The Interior Is hilly with several lakes Interspersed with some rivers which though not ot great longtht or size add much to me beauty of the scenery by their romantic borders and precipitous cur rents There are three lakes In this coun andbeautyLouilhGillcast It Is about nine miles long and three broad studded with Islands some of which are richly wooded and others present an expanse of verdant meadow aroIunlsmoroislandfrom whichIsof interment and Cottage Island so called from a beautiful lodge erected on It Besides these there are sixteen t other Islands all moro or less wooded s sameizeequallybeautiful varietyofthreeIslandsandAnnaghgowla formingBartorRoscommonequallypicturesquestudded with islands the chief of titanInchymore HIghLakeseemtoexlakebyhaltwith fish More northwards in the LoughEaskeyThe rivers of the county are few and short in generallyfromLoughSligoriverthetownthoGarvogueriver also named from a town but Isformed1 OwenbegInndjoinswhichfiows1g united waters constitute the first northwardtor cascades orInletTho River Moy rises In tho Ox mountains and runs nearly south whereItwestward through the barony of Gallon and shortly after turning duo north and Joining the waters of Itproceedswhere It becomes the boundary be rnsJng andtspai clous bay of Klllnln The Lash y rises In Lough Easkey betweoa the Ox mountains and Knocknaree anti flows duo north to the sea parallel with the Moy There are many amongthethose alijvo mentioned AZTEC CAPITAL Was Home of Americas First Printing Press Says History Descendantsof tho Pilgrim Fathers that landed at Plymouth Rock In 1620 are wont to boast that the first printing press In America was In stalled In New England In 1639 and that the first book printed on Ameri can soil was the Almanac owned edited and published by William Pierce a mariner and resident of Cambridge Later the soma press theDlbloYear Book we learn a different story The Very Rev Father V F ODaniel s0 P In a scholarly article tells of thedpress now United States territory was estab lished by ono Mr Glover at Cam bridge Mass In 1639 and the first work published was the Freemans Oath Tho Almanac was the second work Mr Glover later gave his printing press to the college at Cam bridge or what Is now Harvard Uni versity But even before this printing press arrived In Now England there were jother printing presses In America As printinggpres proudofwhose powerful arid haughty lordedItin their bloody religious sacrifices had offthetpublIshcdThe AtJohnPIIgrJm L n Q FRANK FEHR BREWING CO IJCJVOO TtfOTSt ATT E5JO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY ICumb Phone Visits 1913 Homo Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING z Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor n Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINKAKofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 rOUXSVXLLE KY ASK FOR eel FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 COMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS9 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTEL COINCORPOR- ATRDBUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERP a 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICE Out Blooms1Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS Jeffersonvillefadhospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply o MOTHER MARY REGIN flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonvllle Ind OPPICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9f012 DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work dons for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OH Hd J1e COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET Cambridge Mass The book was of Pttheurltans a Office Hours Home Phone 91o4 6127 I DR JJ FRANK SULLIVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENTE live your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEQE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by tbeXavertan Brother Classical ientlrc and JuSincssCour A Preparaloiy lie partrnenLarge Swimmln P jol Nell Hqmpped vmnaelun Term Moderate Bro tatnei JJlr j PETER M RNDRIOT SONS WAGONG H MANUFACTURERS r Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRYJIA I J PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apptnlt WORK GUARANTEED non asa52a1 Fifth Street VISES LIQUORS CI- 9ASVALS S SALOONVAL Hot Lunch frosttoc 14a W7U REANaflo I K TT7SOEY IRISH A1IBRYCAllT BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE i H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ks Gran W Smiths Sons AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AU Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 tlDtl Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET IJIII II I I A HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS East iCetixa Street 111111 I 1111 II III I 11111 I I I I I I I I 1111 I II I III II I 11II J B TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Crf STREETeharliJ111111111111111 1111111111 SIIIII1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All todayornightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing atfd Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office W6 W St Catharine Both PMnaa CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephone 1050 t All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY HUNOLDDE- AIBR IN Staple and Fancy Grocar as- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Od Whiskies Specialty HeJ bne 4IIH 540 W WALNUT HERRMANN BROS OJtnuFINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal en Ila Finest Brands cf Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BND Triyiatc 1941 234 Sixth Str e4 t Yon can stand pat on quality and rent as lured that you are getting your moneys worth when you use our Diamond Wall Plaster It is not affected by zero weatherlf kept from freezing two hours Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2287 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Flat ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 JAMES AI WELSH PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Repair Work Promptly Attended To HOME PHONE 6382 615 W OAK STREET All tho now Fall Styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices BROOKLYN IN LINE I The Ancient Order of Hibernians expect to surpass any former efforts in the day of a St Patricks day parade this Year No less than 20000 members will be in line and an inter- estIng feature swill be the military escort composed of 500 OaifchoMc boys of the First Brigade The boys are thoroughly drilled and will be corn roand t by Col Crawford and Major Moore Their own military band and drum corps will accompany toe bOYs I l WORK WELL St Louis Bertrands Debt Paying Association Get Results The officers and collectors of the St Louis Bertrand Church Debt Pay ing Association met on Tuesday even- Ing at the convent The meeting was a very gratifying one Indeed show ing that despite the temporary dull ness in business circles interest in the work of reducing the church debt docs not flag Twentysix new contributors were added to the roll during January and many promised to join or xcsume their payments in the near future Since the last monthly meeting the annual reports were distributed Due to the cooperation of the former Prior Very Rev B F Logan the association was able to pay 880062 on the principal and interest of the church debt during the year 1007 Father Logan turning over to the association some bequests that had been left to the church for the lIqul dation of the debt The resignation of Joseph Mor acceptedwithwas one of the organizers of the Church Debt Association a faithful and conscientious collector and his retiring from active work in connection with the association ds regretted by all of his associates Treasurer J F Wagner who had been under the weather for some weeks was present at the meeting but stated he is still feeling the effects of an attack of grip RIGHT SPIRIT Louisville Saloon Men Are In Savor of New Methods Why should a man swear in a barroom Why should the proprietor have lascivious pictures on nis walls Both these questions were freely and thoroughly discussed at the meeting of the Mutual Protective Association Friday afternoon of last week It was the annual election of offi cers and those chosen were J W Boardman reelected President for the third term Al Kolb Vice Presi dent Frank McGrath Recording Sec retary Charles A 11111 Financial Secretary Henry Bpsquot Trea urerThe election of officers was a minor matter The conduct of the saloons was the main business con stdered Every man pledged himself to remove lewd and lascivious pic tures from his place of business More than 90 per cent of those present had no such pictures The members also pledged themselves to combat and eradicate cursing and the use of profane language in saloons They also piedged them selves to prevent any of their members from causing to be printed lit erature of an Obscene nature The members present also pledged themselves to live up to every spec fication or spirit and letter of the law as it now stands Members of the Mutual Protective Association are for Ithe most part law abiding Hereafter there will be few infrac tions of the Sunday closing law IRISH LECTURE Gen Michael Rjlan will deliver an address on Irish music at the Church of the Holy Angels Cincinnati Monday evening starch 16- IMPORTANT The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America has been called to ineet at St Marys Hail Eighth and Grayson streets 1wit Fllday night COMPANIES ON PARADE Both companies of the Catholic Knights of America Uniform Rank will drill at Phoenix Hill Hall next Tuesday nSght They want all their friends to attend- AMENDED CHARTER Trinity Council Y M I has filed amended nrtiicles this week by which it gets 1he right to buy lease or mortgage property The maximum indebtedness is fixed at 15000 PICTURE FOR THE POPE The new St Josephs Hospital at Lexington is to bq photographed and one of the copies will be sent to Pone Pius X It will be presented to HU Holines on the occasion of his jubilee ANOTHER CHURCH ROBBED j I SacrllFgious thieves are active main Tills weffk St Aloysius church nit Payne and Cooper was robbed of its altar linens and the poor box was rifled The theft was not dls covered until the Rev Father OGrady entered tflie church the next morning SUFFERS RELAPSE The venerable Bishop Hoban of Kansas City who was reported con valescing from pneumonia suffered a relapse a few days ago Though still confined to his bed the condition of the prelate is not now considered dangerous THOUSANDS HOMELESS It Is estimated by one of the man agers of the association for improv ing the conditions of the poor that there arc approximately 30000 home less men in New York today Of these probably sixty per cent are nonresidents ANOTHER HANDSOME HOTEL Owen Tyler as trustee of the Tyl r dsitote Is preparing to erect a seven story hotel at the northeast corner of Thin and Jefferson streets The building ill be modern in every beginaboutIng have been subnftttett and ac cepted WANT A CHANGE I There are doubtless more men of Irish birth or parenltage employed in the local+ shops of the Louisville Nasfhville Ebilroadi Company than any other plant in thls city They are loyal Jo church Ireland Ute I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O fix- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Tlios Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryP J Cusick Treasurer CJiarles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurerowen Keiran Recording1 Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial XeaneySergeantat SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan MackeyFlnanclal DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatpArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondayeBertrand HenneasyViceLynchFinancial J ConnellyRecording Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurer BradySentinel SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KinneyVIce Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice PresidentFrank Lana han Second Vice PresidentSamuel RobertsonRecording SecretaryAustin E Walsh SecretaryThomaSBachman BachmanFinancial SecretaryFrank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy employerTheyday Since the financial stringency these men have lost a great deal of time and still lose at least one day a week Recently the shops have been closed on Wednesday of each week The lUbernikui contingent would like to celebrate St Patricks day and since that falls on Tuesday Cal Theodore Curtis Superintendent of requested Wednesday ito Tuesday lIe knows and appreciates his men and will undoubtedly grant their request QUITE A NICE AWARD The Catholic church is to recover more than 400000 from the United States Government for claims in th Philippines Representative Cooper of Wisconsin Chairman of the Committee on Insular Affairs made an elaborate rqport on the iblll As a result the committee has recon mended the allowance of 4030301 CONUNDRUMS What flowers are there between a TwolipsWhy lie cause it requires two heads and an applicationWhy a maTh named Benja min marry a girl named Annie Be rouse he would then Ibeo Bennie fitted she Anniemated Why are stout gentlemen prone to melancholy Because ithey are men of size sighs Why is a melancholy young ladv companlonnDCWhy is a professional thief very comfontable Because he takes things easy HOUSEHOLD HINTS The secret of cooking game is con stint basting It should be under done and full of gravy Pare tomatoes and cover with cold water for an hour before cookin and they will be less liable to turn dark after they are boiled A tablespoonful of vinegar addrjd to a quant of lamp oil will destroy the unpleasant odor if ty is not caused by a burner in need of a thorough clean ing When bolHnlg old potatoes which are apt to go to a very dark colnr put a tablespoonful of milk into the water in which they are boiled and you will find they nill be beautifully white when cooked lA quick method of making bread crumbs is ito put the crumbs from a stale tin loaf into a muslin bag tie at the top and rub it gently with both ihands for a few minutes The bread will then be fine enough for- my purpose One oftens hers complaints that the boiler rusts and iron molds the tilothes To prevent this ns soon as the boiler is emptied rub well over v5tfh soap This will not only pre vent rust it will also help to make bollingIt does not grow fast ertough try wlttUng the pot in hot iwaiter not boiling but tOO hot to bear the hand This is especially good for the beautiful large fern that resembles the wild fern that grows on some shady hill sideTo keep sake away from pantries and cupboards Sfrlnkle cayenne per on the In boxes and- nlardrobcriyut lumps of camphor moIig the cloths for mice dislike the smell oi it The camphor must be and then for it renewooeverytlIlWi JUBILATION Trinity Council Has Two Causes ror Sounding Praise Monday night Trinity Council cole brated the silver jubilee of the or ganlzatlon of the Y M I with ia splendid gathering at its hall on EatGray street James B Kelly was oa Biand Ito preside and every other of fleer was dn this place Almost 20i members of the council were in their seats when the gavel fell It was a regular meeting night but Preli dent Kelly saw that only necessary routine affairs came from the various commit tees After business cares had KeltyOhhirmanmittee superseded President Kelly und invited aU torartlclpnte in the banquet that been provided Cigars were of course part of the refreshments and after they had been lighted and while the aroma was floating through the hall informal talks on the history of tin order and Trinity Council were made by David OConnell Albert F Martin John J Sullivan Sr Eugene Cooney Andrew Kolffer President James B Kelly and Supreme Dlrectoi r James T Shelley a member ol Mockln Council tout Trinitys guest of honor During the evening the Ways anti Means Committee reported Ithat a number of contraots for work on the superstructure had been let and that the new club house was now assured SATOLLI COUNCIL Shows Renewed Interest In Matters Pertaining to Y M I On Monday evening President WU JtcDoniofeli called Saitolll Council to order at 725 the meeting being held at that hour in order to enable mem bers to aittend various social affairs later On hearing the report of the moonlight excursion Satolli decided it would be best not to go imwitli th Joint Committee as to the proposed enterprlseOne InvestigatingCommittee The matter of the State convention wias dismissed much regret being expressed that the Board of Grant uponJldbanonholding same Many of the members thought a reconsideration should be had and some other point preferabv Louisville selected for the meeting The matter will doubtless be takeii up in the near future Quite an interesting communion tion from the Grand President was read at the meeting The letler contained many beautiful sentiments and showed that the Grand President is earnestly endeavoring ito awaken in each member of the order a better appreciation of the real principles organizationIsVega Clements for Grand President the Y M I certainly did itself proud generalregretpires Aster a thorough discussion of council matters the meeting ad journed RIVAL TEAMS BUSY Captains Galwhy and Unidy are working hard for new members for Maekin Council Last Monday nightt eight applications were received verybusyDIED IN ST LOUIS News has been received of the death in St Louis on last Sunday morning of James Ahearn formerly a carpenter in this city Mr Ahern left LouSsvillft some five or six years ago lIe leaves a widow and two children now living in Missouri CATHOLIC ACADEMY BURNED St Francis Academy a 25000 Ibuilding at Mason City Iowa WAS burned to the ground Friday morn ing of lust week There were 212 children 5n the aacdemy when the flames were discovered but all es roped in safety The insurance on the building amounted to 13000 CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB Tuesday afternoon t 3 oclock a meeting of collectors for Ihe building fund of the Catholic Womans Club will be held at the club house on Walnut Street As the time for a change of quarters is drawing close it is earnestly hoped those holding books will do all that is possible by that time in order that a full report may be made CATHOLIC FORESTERS TJio CaitihoVIe Order of Foresters have arranged to have a big meeting at Bertrankl Hall Sixth street between Oak and St Catherine on the evening of Monday March 10 One of the Wighest officials in the order will deliver the principal address The rest of the programme will be in keepg with Catholic taste St Louis Court is growing and a dozen new applications tare fin the hands of Uhp various committees ATHLETIC CLUB FESTIVAL The Columbia Athldtic Club a so cial organization composed of many of the best known German Americaa residents of the southeastern part of the city is the first to announce an Ice cream festival this year Zdglers Park alt Shelby and Burnett streets has been secured for the event which will take place on Monday May 4 The admission nvill be only fifteen cents and cream and dancing will be free A feature that will be enjoyed will iba a repetition of the famous bratwurst Pest given last yeariJILTED MAN WINS Mrs Flora Goodman of Bourne mouth England adcordinr to the highest court in Great Britain will have to pay Walter L Phillips a re promiseahe Is fiftyeight The man claims she trifled with his affections New walking shoes are sometimes incltaed to sUp at ithe heels and I o J 1- o FRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and BottlersLO- UISVILLE i KY d Catab Phone Slain 1913 93rIiID WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bare and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Grub r 61 Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINKH- ofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 402 xOUJSVJLLEKV 4AsT ROhr FALLS CITY BEER a ON SALE EVERYWHERE ROME PHONE 7661 COMB PHONE WEST 19 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET i Telephone 209s LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCO t y INCO PO AT D- BUTCHERTOWN r BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICEfr Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real onable For further particulars apply o MOTHER MARYREGINli HERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellersonvlllelad OPPICB HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dons for the least money Oar Dentistry Will Please Yea We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Pnprlitirs 339 FIFTH STREET a nasty bUster is the result A simple prerentivo is to rub the Jnsidei of tfhe shoes with a little soap at the teen before putting1 theta on Office Hours Home Phone 9 to 4 6127 DR JJsJsFRANEf SULLIVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Give yoof boys an education that will prepare j them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LoutaNU Ky5 Conducted by tbeZaTcrian Brother ctUalca1 Scientific and Builncu Court s Preparatory Department Large SwhnmioFjoL Well Equipped- r ymn fDB Term Moderate Urn Jams Dir PETER M ANDRWI 8013 AGONN MANUFACTURER9 Carriage Repairing and Rotter Tlr 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN SUl HENRY AAIJIJ1 PPOL I DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Awwil WORK GUARANTEED phB aJJI 521 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CISAIS W VALS SALOOVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 9 to 1230 oclock 4a Y OTKERW 0- u u- a J I EPTTIIOI Y IRISH AMERXCAN THE BIG STORE ADVANCE SPRING STYLES IIIGII CLASS MENS SPRING SUITS 750 10 12 15 20 25 ar MENS SPRING STYLE TATS r 9Sc 148 198 2483 4 4 West Market St THE BIG STORE Fourth Between and FlUb MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO R5H5S2SHSH2H2E KSKZ5K2ZSEE E8 FOR YOUR SPRING NEEDS WE CALL TO YOU Kg 3 f HUBBUCH BROS For Rugs 33- EES HUBBUCH BROS For Carpets K33- EE PaperE r 4 An acquaintance with us in these W- fJ lines will be of mutual good fcg EJJ NJJ Make trading here always satisfactory W 4 Yours for an early call W a HUBBUCH BROS g- H 52t262Sr MARKET STREET EQ- 2l225aS2g52S52Si2SS 1AJ11l11l111111t11- 111l1l111i1l111l 11- w ttttttttttI1ttrtttttttttttttttI 1 1 PROTECTION= AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE COST M TNIJINSURANCE g = COMPANY = OP HARTFORD CONNw Mw= Has a Record unsurpassed for prompt pa of claims and fair dealings with its policy Molders MnMw= OUR NEW CONVBRTIULB POLICY RATES =w=Age Annual Premium Age Annual Premium =20 922 30 1093 = 21 043 35 1211 = 22 053 4011 1367 =w 23 071 45 3689 = = 24 98G 50 2290 + = 25 i 1001 60 4373 = EWilY IIHSITATB When dou can get such reliable financial protection fir = 0your family at so small a cost The Aetna Life of lUrtford Conn IIn us sRk w and sound as the nations credit = = LOREN B WILLIAMSON Mgr Ky State Agency 3 5= SECOND FLOOR TODD BLDG FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS = zummmuu ummuwma ammmmmmammimmift S4Cf I DURING LENTYoull he sacrificing a great many of the pleas ures of life but theres no need of going with out GOOD COFFEE llIlIoys TIA and COFFEES are the standard of excellence all the year through SPECIAL GRADID OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45exccllentC MtJLLO COFFEE ROASTER rtume Phone ij33 tBlqt W IVXARICISr TI5IBTo- oo 8a oa 0 vvy 1111NNNN11110eNINe0011N1011 1010N101i01N0eo HOME PHONE 1942 CUMB SOUTH 628 THOMAS KEANEY I 7CUT RATE DRUGGIST f Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra je charges Patent medicines at cut prices J GET A SHAMROCK AND ALSO SEE OUR NEWII I LINE OF POST CARDS FOR ST PATRICKS DAY J SIXTH AND OAK STREETS Z- ONNNNONN0011e00NN t 0eee0011e01110100110000N ttb000NOOONOOAOOONNON OONNNe000N000010008 t t jOS SIBLER SONtt CONTRACTORS jj- I NOME PHONE 2354 CUMB WEST 354 x I S W Corner 26th and Green is- 1NNN1101N1N1100NN1N1001111N10110Ne tT M J BANNON P BANNON JR LyJ VEENEMAN Pro Mgr Vice Pris Treat Stcritary of K ntucky Vitrifie BrikIINCORPORATED i ManuYcxoturoraa oY- c a VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS dffict5Q85l2 W Jelfersw St Works Magnolia Ale Bet 9lfi ant lOtk TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE IE 1252 V DJ r 11 atR- a BOCK BEER r OUT TODAY George J and John M Christ Frank Fehr Brewing Co Phoenix Brewing CoePaulReising Brewing Co SchaeferMeyer Brewing Co Senn Ackerman Brewing Co George Wiedemann Brewing Co NEGATIVE VICTORY Judges in Mackin Debate Unanimous in Their Decision Government ownership of rail roads was the topic discussed by Mackin Council Debating Club las Sunday afternoon Sherley Cuniffr and Thomas Bachman espoused the cause of the affirmative and wero armed with statistics to show that the United States ought to own It railroads They took up the doctrine laid down by William Jennlug- Bryan dtwo years ago and argue I that ho was correct The negative of tho proposition was defended by John T Kenney andI Frank Morgan Tho two latter con tended that government ownershipI would only placo additional power i the hands of crafty and sometimesI dishonest politicians that it would create more Federal jobs and increase Federal bossism They alsoI asserted that government ownershipI af the railroads would bo a bad buss ness policy The speakers for thot affirmative side occupied fortyfiv- minutes t in presenting their cause whllo tho negative contenders finished In ten minutes Tho JudgesI jf tho debate were Samuel J Bob ertson Leo Fischer and George Slmonis They gave a unanimou- decislon in favor of tho negative contention A large crowd applauded elllng points mado by tho various speakers WON IRISH IJRIDE A recent article now going tho rounds in the dally papers tells an necdoto of Marquis Llnllthgow of Scotlnnd TheMarqulS says ho wont o Ireland when quite a young man o Inspect the horseflesh he had icard so much about When he reached Dublin a well known horse of that city told him he should ook for a wife In Ireland Instead of horse The Scotch peer did as ho VIIS advised He married the daugh or of Lord Ventry an Irish peer le closed his story by advising all Icotchmen to follow his example MIGHT BE HEIR A man who died at the Salvation Army Hospital in Kansas City last week gave the name of Herbert omlcnn and said when admitted hat he had a brother who was an rlsh peer It Is now believed that his right name was Francis Patrick Clements and that ho was the only brother and heir of tho present Earl Leltrlm He was starving when admitted to the hospital His photo raph will be sent to Ireland for lentlflcation PRESS AND CATHOLICS Many people aro not aware that Catholic invented the first printing press and that all of the leading itles In Europe had printing presses ofore Martin Luther was horn OREENOARNATIONS TTenry Fuchs he popular Hopkins Theater florist has arranged to irnl h his patrons and friends with aU the green carnations they need C 4 fj n on St Patricks day Those who want these green carnations or any other green plants or flowers for appropriate decorations should send in their orders at once Miss Lizzie Million one of the most artistic de signors in Louisville will see that you get what you want In honor of E ins patron saint- RECENT HEATHS thetsympathy of tiny friends over the loss of their dnfant son John Francs who died at the family res idence 719 East Chestnut street last Sunday The little one was nines monlths old and had been ill several w celts dLouis floes a well known resident of Clifton who died at his home 1557 State street Saturday was burled from tho Church of St Frances of Rome Monday morning The deceased was sixtynine years ofnhis lire in Louisville Tho funeral of Mrs Katherine Smith of New Albany who died at her homo 715 Locust street last Saturday took place from Holy Trin ity church on Monday Her hus severalechildren survive her Tho deceased was fortyfour years old and her death Is mourned by many IOliver Galvin the fourteenyearold andsone of the brightest iboys in thJ Sophomore class of the High School died Monday morning niter a weeks illness Ills death resulted from in testinal trouble Ills parents and one ulster Miss Myra survive and have the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement Tin funeral took place from St Patrick e church Wednesday morning Tlhe funeral of Miss Mamie Fay r respected young ladyof the Wo l End took place from St Patricks uhiitvh Monday motoring She was file daugfliiter of Mrs Mary Thy o 1808 West Market street and n sister of John Fay the well known owner of race horses Miss Fay had been an Invalid several years and her deatht on Satunlby was not unex pected She bore her long suffering1 patiently and died a faithful Chris than girl COMMITTEES AWARD Representative Cooper of Wiscon sin Chairman of tho Committee on Insular Affairs has made an elaborate report on the bill for the pay ment of the claims of the Catholic church in the Philippine Islapds Aftormany hearings the committee has recommended an allowance of 10303019 No allowance has been made for interest on the long standing claim IN FAR EAST Tho Japan Weelky Mall says that the Catholic paper the Koe Is the only religious paper In Japan which combats the attacks made on Chris tianity by Buddhist and Shintoist writers GRAND COUNCIL 1N AUGUST innsdiction vine August 010 and 11 All of the locul councils arc preparing to re ceive and entertain their Visitors in true Kentucky style COCACOLA One of the Most Refresh Ing Beverages of Pres ent Age Occupying a prominent position among tho leading business establish ments of Louisville and the South is tho CocaCola Bottling Works lo cated at 10081010 West Main street CocaCola the most refreshing drink in the world is a beverage scientifically prepared It contains tho beneficial elements of the cocoaI leaf and tho cola nuts combined with pure sugar pleasant aromatics and absolutely pure water highly charged with carbonic gas It is delicious sparkling and refreshing Tho manufacturers sparo no expense In the preparation of CocaCola and every bottle is guaranteed to contain absolutely pure ingredientsI The old adage that Imitation is bythoIng drink now on the market If you call for CocaCola it is because you are convinced that it is what you want therefore do not let an un scrupulous dealer palm some inferior article on you for tho real stuff Bottled CocaCola is supplied to tho trade In cases containing from two to six dozen bottles and retails for five cents a bottle Families aro supplied through merchants and from tho local bottling plant at 1 per case of two dozen bottles Fred S Schmidt is one of LoulsvJllos great business hustlers and under his able management tho sale of CocaCola 1st flourishing in this city AXXE UOLEVNS CLOCK Castleispresented ito Anne Boleyn on her wotMIng morning by Henry VII It is rather over four Incite square and tea Inches lligh surmounted bv a figure of a lion It was purchased on behalf of Queen Victoria for 110 pounds dive shilling1 when Ilornce StrawberryBillscribed as a clock of silver gilt richly I tihactl engraved and orna mented with fletir delys little beads etc On the top sits a Bon holding the arms of England which are also on the sides The weights arC of lead cased in copper gilt and engraved on one are the initial let tern of Henry and Anne and true lovers knots on tho other H A alone at the top of each is Dieu of non droit at Wio bottom the most happy1 VISITS FORMER FRIENDS The Tiev Father J II Hildebrand who Is now in charge of one of the most Important parishes in Evans vile spent several days in New AI bany and vicinity this week He was for several years pastor of the Church of St Marys of the Knobs In Lafayette township and return ceoaaslonajly to see his old friends OLDEST UNIVERSITY The Jesuit fathers claim to have established the first university tn North America Ills called Laval University and is located at Quebec This Institution of learning was founded 270 years ago ItlsstlJJCath llcandftourJehlng o I f 4if i t 1r N 1NNI ONNINNONNONNNINONNN- ePublicr Amazed Crowds Pleased Crowds i Trlarrnlxr i JAMES GREENES iiManufacturers Outlet Sale j FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS ETC 0 The big crowds that are attending James Greenes 1 Manufacturers Outlet Sale since the opening day o of the sale has been something enocmous The g 2people are snapping up the many grand bargainsj J buyersJ ii sale will continue and last only 7 days longer prices on every piece of Furniture every every yard of Carpet in the store have been down tb the very lowest in order to make IIThe of the entire stock Those who needquickiior Carpets will benefit greatly by this the stupendous sale of House Furnishings that Z was ever given on any stock of Furniture in any part of the United States You can not afford t- oi miss itdont delayhurry in and secureyour i share of the many grand Furniture values being offered at JAMES GREENES MANUFACTUR stockTCarpetss idly at a fraction of their real value Be careful iplacea Mart ket St This is a furniture sale where your I dollars does double duty- eoeeNN1o1e1eNN11ooNeaooo a e+ oNNlNoelNNee JlinkIIll1Tfllflllli1TilkihmiflliiiniwIl111Wllnllhnmillnff w11mw11un LI I I I PURAKPho- ne I I 1281 and try a case of Purak I Distilled Water 10 12 Gal Bottles 50c DELIVERED Merchants Ice Cold Storage Co 618 SEVENTH STREET I PURAKenilllllWllll1llll illllllJllllillJillliill1lliJlIUll1JillllillllHllilliHlllilli Ullill1 u e01011111e100110e0N01000PNN01e011NNNN11 = iI LARGEST AND 13E t IN THE CITY TII Ii UNITED LAUNDRYt INCORPORATCDii J HAND WORK A SPECIALTY J GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED t- JJ tBOTH PHONES 1188493732 o i GREENij uu FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET t 352 SECOND STR1DET J F SULLIVAN Manager HICADQUARrERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kincls in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACHING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY I flie cias ffl Reoefs BOOK GO 1= PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES o TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a cal 55finest9 MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUSI ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION LLBOOKS S Jefferson S1reetJ Shorthand and TypewritingEstablished Reliable System J as taught at this institution ua valu ablo stonotoSpencerian graduates aro always in demand SCHOOLN8SUIPreside 1 1PU StreetsTuruerUsrrlsSpeneer saxsyx THEO WALLERMANUFACTURER OF GENTS i FINE SHOESFI- NE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 502 Fifth Avenue bet Green and Walnut Streets tt IJ flu f KgNTU KY IRISH AMERICAN END OF SEASON SALE AT i THE BIG STORE Is rapidly drawing to a close You have only a few more days to buy at the low prices we quote MENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS 500 775 975 1275 1575 1975 424 West Market St THE BIG STORE Foarth Between and Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO A Beautiful White Loaf of Bread RESULT OF BAKING I WATOII FOR TIlE PREMIUM TICKETS I EDINGER uuuuuuuuu CO 14th uu and Magazine I DURING LENTYoull he sacrificing a great many of the pleas ures of life but theres no need of going with out GOOD COFFEE Mulloys TEAS and COFFEES are the standard of excellence all the year throug- hSPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45excellentC MtJLLO COFFEE ROASTER t1mPhonLaa3 XX14 XV liJARKEr STiemiTiQ- 803f irif i ONNNONONNOOONO0000010NN1NNONNNONINOHOME THOMAS J KEANEY 628i f i I i CUT RATE DRUGGIST ff i Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra tcharges Patent medicines at cut pricesfGET A SHAMROCK AND ALSO SEE OUR NEW J I LINE OF POST CARDS FOR ST PATRICKS DAY f SIXTH AND OAK OONNOOOONNOOONOON011 STREETSN- 0INNONNONNONNON 41 QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made iour 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old pric- esGEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Natural Oas For Cooking CONNECTIONS FREE We have enlarged our Gas 1Yorks to meet the WINTER demand and we MUST find a market for the gas in the SPRING SUMMER and FALL We are offering to make a limited number of gas connections without render Ing any bill for same until gas has been used for THREE FULL MOUTHS We will then credit the cost of gas used against the cost of connections and collect only the small balance remaining if there should be one it IF YOUR HOUSE IS ON A STREET REACHED BY OUR PIPES MITE OR TELEPHONE FOR DETAILS L KENTUCKY HEATING COMPANY COX 3 AND COAL TAR FOR SALE PrVM j BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Prti Mgr VlctPns b Trias Sicrilary I P1Co1StU PipeBannon for SteaM Cestlalts Wall Co Ii Drain Tile Vitrlfle Street Pavirid Brick TirePreeflug Flue Lining Fire Brick Grate and Jailer Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Teps Lawn Vases VltrllleA Sidewalk Brick r OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON tBLBPHONB673 roftKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and math TELEPHONE 3833 e- AAAAAAAAA AtrAAAAAAAAr Nt if HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekDeneral- News Notes Last night Division 2 hold a good meetingDivision 1 will meet in regular session next Friday night Important business was transacts by Division 3 Thursday night Limerick is expected to turn out in great shape for Division 4s meet- Ing Monday night Every division In Louisville l1 Is working In the Interest of its section of the Marching Club In Wconsocket R L the member are considering the advisability If purchasing a permanent home County Chaplain Father McName and several of the State officers at tended the union meeting at Sedallt Mo last week The new Hibernian Rifles are causing great enthusiasm and the chances are that the company will bo swelled to 100 A class of thirty candidates received the first and second degree from Division 7 of Syracuse N Y Thursday night Denver Hibernians are preparin for a grand street parade after hear- Ing mass at Sacred Heart church on St Patricks day Baltimore members have begun a campaign to raise 50000 for a new building The order in that city numbers 2000 members- In Manchester N H a town much smaller than Louisville the four dI- visIons will attend the Catholic orphans concert In a body At Yonkers N Y seven division of the order and three branches of the Ladles Auxiliary will approac holy communion Sunday March IE Divisions 10 and 20 of tire Ladies Auxiliary Providence R I hay begun arrangements for a Joint so elnlI to be neld Immediately afte Easter f- Wearing their badges and whit gloves four divisions of the order In Manchester N H will march to the Cathedral next Sunday to attend the high mass- Dlrision 4 put through thirtytwi of the Uiirtjjsix candidates initiate at the joint meeting last week Sine then fifteen new applications hay been presented to time proper official of that division Syracuse Hibernians celebrate d the anniversary of Robert Emme this week under the auspices of the Onondaga County Board and tho proceeds were turned over to the House of Providence The approaching celebrations of St Patricks Day religiously and so dally will be monumental successes The fact that the Ladles Auxillar Is to unite with the men has put the members on their mettle Manchester N H has more that 1000 members in Its four divisions and they are now considering the erection of a Hibernian Hall that cat be used for joint initiations and as- a club house by Its members The members of the order In Mil waukee will march In a body to St Johns Cathedral on the morning ot St Patricks day where they will re ceive holy communion In the even Ing they will assemble at the Paba Theater where nddrosses will be made by men of national repute recitation delivered and Irish ballads sung NEW BELLS Tower at St Anthonys to Receive an Additional Adornment The bells that ore to swing in the lower of St Anthonys church twentythird and Market streets have arrived in New York and wl11- bo forwarded to Louisville during the coming week They will be blessed and hung in the belfry before Lent is over but will not be sounded before Raster Sunday morning Dells in Catholic churches an blessed with great solemnity They toU slowly sorrowfully for the dead Dhey rIng regularly and steadily tm c1tll the faithful to mass on Sundays md holy days tof obligation Tree times each day they sound tin ingelus At weddings on feasts like rites Christmas the Assumption hey ring out in joyous tones In very ago and land tflie bells have teen told of in prose and poetry The ery word bell carries with it a ibratiixg thrill and one can njt wonder why Father Francis Alahony wns moved to write With deep alfodtion and recollection- I 3handonbellsWhose music mild would in days of childhood Fling round my cradle their magic spellsThe bells of St Anthonys hunch were mode to order accord ng to specifications and are expected to be the best ever heard In this Ity CALLED nOME Veteran Catholic Merchant Has Gone to His Eter nal Reward Charles A Itogers one tof Louis llles oldest merchants one of its most devout Cbtliolics one o4 its most affectionate men one nrho corned to take a business advantage of auotlier died at St Josephs In iranftry Monday morning Grip and later pneumonia proved too much for Iris advanced earslns funeral took place front St Louis Bertrands arch Wednesday morning At the time of Ibis death he was connected mitt the Charles A Rogers Book Company 434 West Jeffemsou street ilr Ilc4 ers twos the descendant of- an old Irish Catholic deafly of Baltl more Almost 100 years jagq his ather came from Maryland to Ken ucky to draw plans for the Oathe Iral at iDardstbwn Att htteota were aIroipst an unlovohvn quality In Ken ucky then kind the young rcUtept ound iota of Work It was while u the family ivas using at Bardstow more rtihan iseventyflve years ORI o that Ohlarles A Ilofrera was born The father later removed this family to engagpdinho who drew the plans for the present Cathedral Ills son Charles A Rogers at nn I early age began business for hlmsc as a dealer in Catholic books and re llgious articles He was for YCllrs on Jefferson street near Second later on Second strcdt and again lit Third and Jefferson Still later II removed to 434 West Jefferson For years Hie had practically norrcon petUtors in Iris line He was belovc by clergy and laity Always kindly yet sedate he had n cheering wor for all The deceased never marries but lavished Ids affections on niece nephews and their children Two nieces Mrs Peter J Doiwllng of tllls city and Miss Emma Hurley survive him After death his body wtas re moved to the home tff iris gram nephew Herman OBrecht 327 Bust Breckcnridge sttiect Mere it repose until time tor the requiem mass Wednesday morning AMUSEMENTS Louis James and his excellent con pane will present The Merry Wive of Windsor at MacauleyV Theato during time latter half of next weel Time Man of The Hour whIch made such a great lilt there severs weeks ngo will return to Macaulcy1 1i for time first half of next week Th drums deals nvStlh political bossism Manager E W Dustin promises or other good bill for Hopkins Theatc nexlt week All of his moving picture riliowa have been clean Wild pun He qects to have something of n religious nature during Lent The Crawford Film Compnn splctures are far above Wie average and ever programme is carefully arranged Frank Jones and Hilda Carle in the musical comedy A Lucky Dog with the Red Raven Cadets and a strong supporting company will open Ion clay nt the Masonic for a weeks et gagement The music Is catchy atHl a number of new novelty creation are presented with costume and high effects calculated Ho dazzle and delight even the most blase theater goersMany people like to be mystifies oven when they know they are hun bugged They like feats of legerdc main and time slightofOiand per formnnces of the prestidigitateui Those who like that kind of thintr will undoubtedly enjoy Prolt Zantoons exhibition at Liederkran Hall nextweek Ills press agen says Irof Zantoon is touring this par of the country giving exhibitions of Ms wonderful skill in legcrdemnh He has met with success ever V1Ier he has appeared and has never faile ito please the large audiences that greeted him everywhere He has a faculty for telling people timing about thomsftlves that they had for gotten He does not try to explaii his powers he merely gives an exhl bltion anal get results Ills performances include the mys tcrlous cablndt from which nppea spirit hands and facets the rlngini of bells and playing of musical In struments although lie ils within am securely bound He has the enchanted bottle from which any ani all the delicious drinks are poured Itlo meet the requests of his audienci1 Jle reads messages from the name of the dead and time living and tells much of what is In the mmds of th writers He locates lost articles jewelry papers and coins He has a repertoire of hundreds of these mar VCJl Ua feats All hla work is done In the full glare of day or the brigs electric llglnt There arc no dart seances on Iris programme His success is not alone due to hli prdficlonicv in handling the rays terlous Prof Zartoon Is nn affable and ontert fining gentleman 1n private aa well as on the stage ant it is a plctasure to Ibe in 1is company wherever it may be HU entertain ments are of refined character anl specially to please the ladles Ai opportunity ttd whines these wonderful manifestations of bewildering mystification will soon be offered the people and it sill certainly be the part of wisdom to improve the chance as Prof Zartoon may not pass this sOon and it will be a very longtime before his equa is found WELL WON TRIBUTE Dr C F Meilton editor of the Kentucky Red Man a long time res lent of Limerick one who knew how to appreciate diamonds in the roughIIhrid tills to say of his old friend neighbor and fellow Bed Man I have Just learned that Rich and Quinn is dead Whim I started out to getup a chanter list for Sioux Bribe Qulims name was one of the tflrst secured lIe was the first Keeper of Wampum conse juently a fast Sachem While he was not strictly speaking a good attending jnletmber yet he was a good one an many other respects and lid yeqman service In laying the toundhtion of Sioux Tribe Whatever tIle tribe undertook lie helped to nnke a success and spent his wain mm fnoely to do this In his large jody lie carried an equally large icart which prompted thin to di lords of charity and kindness that sere not blazoned to the world He US reticent 5n regard io this and lid not like to hear others speak oft Ir1e was reedy at any and nil imes to go to time assitdtance of those MilO dalled upon hIm and he not nfrequently suet with ingratitude in eturn But aside from an occasional comment he pursued the oven tenor if his way and was ready to try igaln Fiat suoli a nature it often lappens one Is his own worst enemy md BO it was with lUck In the silent home ithat now holds him IB rest quiet rest In time ethereal happy hunting grounds we hope the Great Spirit has taken tin Immortal mart of Rick Quinn Charity wo ire told covers a multitude of sins JEWISH HOSPITAL CONCERT The concert given at the Coliseum fJr the benefit of ithe Jewish noS iltal was quite a financial oswell- as a musical success Over 7000 tick etlJ were sold and only standing oom could bo wild by the time the owning lumber vas played It is understood thalt time debt on the lospltal i vas cleared off and a nice valance left in the treasury A num her of valuable frizes were die ributed and the distribution was so lulckly and syatematlcally made as to excite the admiration of men amllkir with such wprk j = R n IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent events Culled From Exchanges The town of Shcrcock has dnstallei an acetylene system for lighting Ih streetsThe plowing season dn time North Ib far advanced and tho weather is sell sonablcTJiis year more farmers than for merly are raising1 wheat and the prospect for a big yield is good Thbmafc McGeough has bcen triofor lunacy and committed to the Insane asylum inl County Monaghao Tenants wlho believe they have u legal right ito their bogs thrcatei to duck surveyors or others who dispute their rights Rev Father P J Mulkern of Lowghrcia County Galway has gon to New York to raise funds for Si Brendans Cathedral Martin Leahy a newspaper com poHttor and a labor member of Liin nppolntedPeter Coogan an old and respectei mn tuber of time parish of Clontibrei diM at Its homo near Cornamuckl and was buried In Ballintra A plowing match was held on the farm of Miss Callan Seatown re cently and the neighboring farmer made great sport of hard work IHie Capuchin friars conducted n mission at Ardce recently and fo two weeks every service was we1l attended both morning null evening Cardinal Logue is getting ready to depart for America where lie is bpreside over the centenary sot1 ummtiies of the diocese of New YorJ Time JUg ht Rev Bishop OCallaghar of Cork was recently the guest of time Irish Domlnicrans of time church of St Clement during his visit to Rome Jamey ONeill for many years in member of ttflie Royal Irish Con honEine years old Mrs Ellen Dunne died at Carried onShannoni a few days ago at the age of 110 She served as a nurse during the Crimean war and wa three times a widow Sir Robert Anderson Lord Mayo of Belfast his wife and sisterinlaw recently paid a visit to County Mon aghan where Sir Robert has purchased a country seat Miss Anna Knowison of Chen center and Miss Bridget Donnelly of Cooley County Louth have takes CharityinC J Dolan the Sinn Fein candldat for Parliament for North Leitrim was defeated by Michael Meehan Hie regular Irish Parliamentary part candidate by a vote of 3101 to 117J- Udhn Humphreys of Drumbrali was awarded time champions alive cup in the recent plowing match III County Cavan All the plows thin won prizes were of Irish manu faoture The Rlgiht Rev Bishop McCormack of Galway sent 25 to the Irish Par liamentary fund and with it sent these words of good cheer Out Parliamentary phalanx having ben united there is a chorus of joy fron end to end of time country At Boyle County Roscommon neary every able bodied antic wai placed under arrest by a detail of more than 100 policemen The men who were charged with Intimidating a postoffice official were taker from their beds at 4 oclock in thi morning Only six were field to answer to tine npproacliing Assizes MADE MONEY Central Committees Bene fit Formed Nucleus For Big Fund Tlie Entertainment Committee oi lima Central Committee of time C K of A vfas both surprised and delighted by the magnificent turnout It Hopkinsnoon until nearly 10 oclock the peo pie carne to the theater Louisville South Louisvillo Portland Parkland Limerick the Highlands Crescent Hill Clifton Pewee Valley Xew Albany Jfursowille all were repre Rented Manager E W Dustin gave them a good show too Each picture was portro hitch Time music was appropriate and those who attended the ente tainmcnt wera well satisfied with rthaft they saw and heard As a result of the entertainment the Central Committee has a nucleus for a fund rthat will aid its members In entertaining tits guests when the State convention is held here next rail TIME TO REJOICE I Sliver Anniversaries For Many Priests During This Month Quite a number of OermanAmeri can priests are to celebrate their sIlver jubilees during the present month Today Rev Father Joseph L fear pastor of St Josephs church kfartinsburg iMo celebrated time wentyfifth anniversary of Ills or linntion and today also Icy Father Anton Franz Diepenbnock celebrated ala silver jubilee Tnesdo the Rev Father Joseph 7isclier wall celebrate iris anniversary Liter twentyfive years os a Levite at Last Buffalo and on Thursday rather Basil Odernsvtt O S B will celebrate at the Benedictine Abbey Conception ilo Foitner Joseph Soentigorath D D vlll celebrate his sliver jubilee at St Fosenhs College Columbus Ohio ifnrcli 24 and a day later Father Oart Vincent Stutter DB reotor of St tToserihs church Kentland InA vlll celebrate Each bf these willing workers lu he vineyard of the Lord nvere burn n Germany but all received the rrbater giant of thel relocation In Uaerioa n 4e + 444+ 4 ji JAMES GREENE JJ 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET T FurnitureCarpets t RugsII tt- r t Stoves Ranges ii- H LOWEST PRICESII BEST TERMSrr StsaveovesiiPeninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater Burns any kind of fuel keeps fire all winter Its one of the most ffOA J satisfactory and scientifically constructed heaters on market Price vL- J U THE OAK HOT BLAST T Burns any kind of fuel has large fire bowl 13 inches in dlani d 7 PA eter Large double fuel doors Air tight ash pit OUR PRICE JfttU IIPROGRESS OAK iNOON0010N000OOOONONNOOOON00000001NNOOONNi 50top t i 16 Per 100 Bushels We have the most centrally located yards in the city the best coal the best teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more coulU you ask SC ALOJam rated ONNONNN OlOIONON00 OOOONNNNNONNONON i I ANDZBESTJ UNITEDINL AUNTDRY CO i iiINCORPORATED Z SPECIALTY1 GOODS CALLED AND DELIVERED f fff 011N01NON000NNOONN4 OOOOOONIONOONNININN Shorthand and TypewritingEstablished Reliable Systea as taught at this institution is a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping stone employmentSpencerian SCHOOLcDesPresident MatnStreetTarncrEurtsSpeaccy TDBGiias fl Rogers BOOR GO e I+ PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the se finest of their kind in the city m BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION + gtSi 8886 2T Jefferson S1re 1J FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQTTAIiTIDIiF FORr Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice CuLt of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lara in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY DR J T HAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING horses Called For and Delivered OFF 1U F nt FORGE H34I5 SEVENTH ST IttJt ttttt + + ttFIMK WINES CHAMPAGNES Ali KOLB345 West Green Street XJCQUOR9 CIGARS It U oft 7 i IiL l n H yn l- cu T J KENrUOKYYIRISH ANI31 IUAN 1 HOME PHONE 1805r Sam L Robertson j- I Granitoid and Cement rs Paving Concrete Constructing and Fireproofing f I Office and Residence 2312 Griffiths Ave Louisville E03CKECOOyA3CE0 EG 88 I PURE MILK THAT IS GOOD i GOOD MILK THAT IS PURE 1IS THE neST PURE FOOD YOU CAN USE e BOTH PHONES 1028 Prompt and Regular Delivery F D H EWINGS SONS I 312 WEST BRECICINR1DGE STREET w0XCXeaOJimeXW3X y kh r HULSKAMpS CUT= RATEP DRUG STORE VINESIJ VHISKIESBOTH PHONES 2238 N W COR SIXTH AND KENTUCKY STS i m 3C8C6Cm KC83CSC80 r lO T C CAUMMISAR SONS Manufacturers ol and Dealers In BROOMS BASKETS BURLAPS EXCELSIOR AND MANUFACTURERS SUPPLIES DEALERS IN Hay Corn Oats and Mill Feed I 100JI 2742Y Office 123 Third St 1 44+ + ++ 4+ ++ oooeooooeee0oN0o0 4 i ti 1- r I JOHN HARDY 1 DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Canned Goods Fruits Vegetables Teas Coffees and Spices i BOTHPHONES 2001 BANK STREET N0000 0 m0900 110900J0 04 00000000 oN00N0 ytjiyfx 0 i Nome Piicris 5367 FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED rrr CONCORDIA LIQUOR HOUSE I 5 iF J ECIISNER Proprietor t f FINE WINES AND WHISKEYS Is I f 3 Telephone Orders Promptly Attended to 2 X J S E COR HANCOCK AND JEFFERSON STSrs GQy SEND FOR SAMPLE LOUISVILLE PAPER CO LOUISVILLE Kvi ys i CHARLES J1 NADORFF JOHN B NADORFF NADORFF BROS UNION BAR Merchants Lunch from 9 11111I Lunch always ready i cuaieijPaiffi 321 Second St Bet Market and Jefferson c 8 M M3C8 r l I r 0 R t J tlu GRATTAN Eloquent Son of Hrlu Who Lccl Fight F jr Catholic Liberty One Man Vlio Took Atlvnntng of Englands Great Peril Backed By an Irish Army He Secured Great Concessions at Once I DIED FIGHTING FOR THE RIGHT One of the grandest figures In Irish modern history was Henry Grattai a man of brilliant mind stron willed of gifted touguo and full or patriotism Though not a Catholic ho was ever battling for their right and spont tho best years of his lICo In their cause Ho died while still espousing tho cause of Ireland and Irish Catholics Henry Grattan was born In Dublli on July 3 1740 His father was lie cord or of Dublin and membor of tho Irish Parliament but a man of fiory temperament and because his son dared to entertain an opinion of his own the father cut young Henry off without a shilling In his will Fortunately for the youth his mother was of different tomperament and set aside a portion of her estate In order that the boy might devote hlmselftt the career ho had marked out From boyhood young Grattan was passionately devoted to Hteratur and oratory Ho made a shining re ord at Trinity College and at twont one years of ago he was called to tho bar Almost immediately ho went 1 to London but Instead of revelling with tho youngsters of those days he spent all his time in tho courts or in tho halls whore ho could hoar the great ost orators of his time At night our young hero would walk tho fioor of his room and address Imaginary juries and assemblies His boardin house mistress feared that tho youn man was daft and appealed to his friends to do something for him During tho few years ho spent 1 h1 Iondon ho was fitting himself for work that was to follow In 17G8 he returned to Ireland and at once became a friend of the lead Ing Irish patriots of that time One of his closest friends was Harr Flood tho leader of the patriots 1tn the Irish Parliament In Cplleg Green When Flood succumbed to British allurements and accepted ol lice from the Government his follow ors dropped away and the friendshl that had existed for several years be tween Grattan and Flood was severed Grattan entered the Irish Parliament in 177H He was quid to realize that Englands peril was Irelands opportunity and at the ago of twentynine years found hImself the Irish leader Ho wanted to secure Independence for his country and set about his task with great skill and cunning The American colonies wore 1 In revolt such terrlblt fellows as Saucy Jack Barry and Paul Jones were scouring the peas Some of tho proEnglish Irish were afraid of an attack on their towns Franco sympathized with the Amorl rans and might mako a descent upon Ireland at any time England had all her available soldiers on tin other side of tho Atlantic ocean am when the alarmed Mayor of Deltas appealed to the British Government for military aid he was Informed that Ireland would have to look to Itself This was Just what Grattan wanted and on his advice Ireland did look to itself A fever of military en thuslasm swept over the country and In each of the four Provinces thou sands of men armed themselves and drilled regularly nominally to resist France In reality It was tho greatest constitutional revolution In history Before England know what was hap pening there wore 00000 Irishmen under arms For the first time since the surrender of Limerick there was a force of armed men able and will ing to support a national cause Grattan In the twinkling of an eye silenced all talk of resisting foreign Invasion The voice of tho Nation was calling loudly for redress of Its domestic grievances Lord Charle mont was the leader of the Irish Vol inters Henry Grnttan and Harry Flood wore their principal Colonels The Volunteers formed themselves Into an organized convention for the purpose of agitating the national wrongs With an army at his back Qrattan was confident The Government had Washington and tho American rebels to contend with and hall to give way to the young Irish lead ers demands Everything Grattan isked for was granted the hateful sIxth act of George 1 was repealed ho members of Parliament addressed a free people The horrors of the penal code were no longer enforced ind Grattan began at once to work for Catholic emancipation In 1778 1782 and 1792 ho caused relief bills to be passed but the right of Catholics to enter Parliament was still dented Thanks to Grattans elo- Quence the Catholics were enabled In 1793 to vote for members of Par lament but he was never able to iccure them a right to a seat In Par lament That failure precipitated the rebellion of 1798 and Grattan retired to private life After the re lelllon had been put down he was sleeted to the British Parliament rom Dublin In 1805 and soon after lied whlU fluhtlng the battles of the risk Catholics iNGIKNT EDIFICE CONDEMNED The Santa Vera Cruz or Holy boss church In tho City of Mexico has been condemned by that citys Building Inspector and will have to- be torn down and rebuilt at least In part It is one of the oldest Catholic houses of wprshlp on this continent Hs erection began In 1620 and was completed In 1620 Even today It lai considered to be one of the most artistic bits of architecture In the irorld 44 cdf N BOTH PHONES 1988 Wm D fowler ECLIPSESTABLES Livery Boarding and Sales Stable 220228 WEST GRE- ENJSchneideiC Dealer in choice Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL No2 KENTUCKY MARKET Firth and Green Streets Agent for the American Cunard and White Star Passenger Steamships Drafts on Great Britain and Ireland M0SheehanStaple Fancy Grocer Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Cigars sad Tobacco 18541856 PORTLAND AVENUE JAMES A WELSH- PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Repair Work Promptly Attended To HOME PHONE 6382 615 W OAK STREET HOLDS FRIENDS Meyer Mllpp Is One Mai Who Appreciates Kind Treatment Meyer H Illlpp the veteran whole salo dealer in old iron and metal t1Is Increasing his large business at 13 East Market street year by year Of the ninny clever merchants In Louis vlllo none are more kindly dispose than Meyer Hllpp Ho has more friends among IrishAmericans am Catholics than any other Hebrew tn this city No man ever asked Meye Hilpp for a favor and was refused When the orphans bazar was hell at Llederkranz Hall seven years ago Meyer Hllpp was there every nigh and did as much to make that char stable affair a success as any other ono man in Louisville He knows Kentucky from ono end to tho other Is a friend of the Trap plat monks at Gethsemane and IIs acquainted with practically ever priest in the diocese If he over made an enemy none know it but he can count his friends by the thou sands In his business Mr Hllpp operates on a larger scale than an similar house in the South havint had many contracts of mammoth pro portions Honorable in all his deal- Ings he deserves the success that ha como to him- QUEEI PIIKASES English IFxpressionsArebi- Ancient and Strange Origin That some of our every day words tad phrases have a very ancient origin Is shown hy a student of folk oreTake ho says the phrase helterskelter This dates back to he defeat of the Spanish Armada some of tho vessels of which driven by stress of weather took refuge north to the River Holder and south to the River Skeldor or Scheldt I U Where the shoe pinches Is one it the oldest phrases In its Latin form the old Romans used it the story being that a Roman who had divorced his wife wad taken to task iy his friends who protested that hey could see no fault in the woman The object of their criticism responded by taking off his shoe It seemsa good shoe said he You vlll see no fault In Itbut none of you can tell where it pinches me To dun a man for debt arose from the name of a bailiff of IAn oln Joseph Dun a champion debt ojlector while hurrah or hur raI is a corruption of tur ale tho war cry of the old Norse sea overs nosTONS DOUBLE EVENT The people 01 Boston have a oublo celebration ovary St Pat Icks day History shows us that the British soldiers began the siege of that city on March 2 1776 Seven days later Washington and his raw roops succeeded hi erecting several fortifications from which they poured n hot fro Into Lord Howe and his red coats Such a terrific cannonad 17hritonsthe American soldiers in possession loston people who are not even ot Irish blood celebrate Evacuation day NEED MORE ROOM St Josephs Hospital Chicago III Isri to bo enlarged by the addition of two extra stQrlesandaslxstory wIng The top floor will be used as n solarium t t IWHITE HEART t Hud mack Skinned Woman Win Wns Many Bears A i Slave Was Cook nnd Housekeeper Po the First Louisville Bishop Prominent Local Catholics Wen Her PnllIJcjircrs Last Sunday WAS ALMOST A CENTENARIA1 N Few people who passed the homo for the aged and infirm conducted by tho Little Sisters of tho Poor last Sunday morning gave heed to the lino of carriages that followed L hoarse on Its way to St Louis come tory and yet there was the founda tion for a humaninterest story that city editors ddto when they do not anecdote upon The hearse contatned all that wai mortal of Mary Narcissa Frederick a negro woman and tho mournntt and pallbearers were white people She had been a slave but did not desert her former masters after the act of emancipation and for ninety nine years she had lived a faithful Catholic and died in that faith Tin mourners and pallbearers won members of tho oldest Catholic fam illes in Virginia and Kentucky but not one was ashamed to shed tear when Mammy Frederick as they called her was laid away North of tho Ohio river newspapers are wont to criticise tho people of tho South for their treatment of tho negrqes but tho incident that occurred JURt Sunday ought to put a curtailment liIf not an entire stoppage to these ad verso criticisms Surely no Northern city can show such royal devotion ton colored servant as in Louisville Mary Narcissa Frederick was born in Virginia ninetynine years ago She was a slave and belonged at that time to a planter of French nativity When sire arrived In Kentucky years after she was a grown woman but was not acquainted with tho AngloSaxon tongue She know French and that language alone but she could read and write and stng French songs On her arrival tn Kentucky she was owned by ia planter whose name was Lee Thli man owed n debt of 10000 to James Rudd father of our present Well beloved cltizeii John Rudd and of tho late and honored Charles P Rudd Mr Leo lost all his money and in return for his debt of 1000 had nothing to give James Rudd except the negro slave Mary Narclssn That transfer was made more than seventyfive years ago In speaking of the matter to a representative of tho Kentucky Irish American Johr Rudd said last Saturday She was worth every cent and more too of that 10000 When the seat of the diocese ol Louisville was removed from Bards town and Bishop Flagot took up hIs quarters here she was one of the very few negroes In Kentucky who could speak French James Rudd sent her to Bishop Flaget to bo lib cook housekeeper and maldofall work Still she remained a slave Later she returned to the Rudd fam fly as housekeeper nurse and confi dential servant She was the old black mammy of anticivil war days but sho was dear to tho Rudds the Alexanders and tho Fetters She lived to see more than thirty of them grow to manhood and womanhood but with her own hands she prepared many others of those old fam ilies for the grave For years past John Rudd Gerald Alexander and his brother the late Senator Alexander and James 11 Fetter one of Louisvilles lending financiers took care of Mammy Frederick She had her own home in her own name and loft It only because she was so feeble that sho could not make her way to mass every morning Her old friends and devoted former masters sent her to tho Little Sisters of the Poor at her own request There she remained until her death last Friday This remarkable old colored woman was one of the first members of St Augustines church and could toll many interesting stories of early days In Louisville She had remlnescenses of Bishop Flaget Archbishop Martin John Spalding Bishop John Lancaster Spalding of Peoria and other priests and prelates The boys whom she had cared for In their Infancy and whoso children she had cared for wanted to be her pallbearers but only lames M Fetter and John Rudd were In the city when sho died Re lulem mass for the repose of her soul was celebrated at the Little Sisters of the Poor last Saturday and on the following morning the ladles and gentlemen of the Alexander Rudd nnd Fetter families ac ompanled her remains to St Louis emetery and saw Mary Narcissas ody interred in tho family lot tit he feet of her old Master and tissue and beside the graves of tight little ones that she had pro pared for burial This woman was very tall and very orpulont For an exslave sho was omarkably well read and some of hose who knew her well declare Her skin was black but Her heart and soul were white ELECTED HUSH MAYOR Quincy Mass one of the oldest and formerly ono of the most ex luslvo towns In New England now has a Mayor of Irish blood His ame Is William F Shea He was born In that city and of Irish parents In 1877 His campaign was inducted on absolutely clean lines le has hold many offices In the gift of Qulncys people- ACCIDENTS FREQUENT Therosimovcrago of one leg or nrm amputated In Now York CIty acli day In consequence of accidents ausctl by dace cteirated or sub WAY cars J 1 1 i I 11N000N 0 N N N 101 oN JHICKEY DONNELLY i CAFEI i STREETiWINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS 1 Our stock includes all the leading brands of straight goods No blends compounds or imitations Cool tand Fresh Beer always on tap During the season we will serve the J 1 j iOYSTERi try one 000 9004 4009040400 940 0N 1 NN N0N0 4+++ t 44 ++ + 4++ + 4++ + 4 HARRY BURTON PREST TREVOR H WHAYNE VICE PREST 0 i BURTONWHAYNE COMPANY 0 INCORPORATED O e REAL ESTATE HOUSE AGENTS iiAUCTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS 2j Special attention given to auction sales loans and real estates 3 1 paidinterestsA BOTH PHONES 1010 237239 FIFTH STREET- s 9 + ++ + +++ + 4+G e ON01 NNN1NI 00000 AAA00 0 OION 9N0 ONN JACOB KRAUSS tjCxsj The Storm Buggy AND Park Wagon Maker 206 FIRST ST f l m 1011010NNN000100000100110N10NN00010000N01100 0 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCOS o I Louis BDugans iiEXCHAN E 1 2T Z- 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members were ertUnisiastic over the coming celebra tion of St Patricks day Tames Tteston a new member ot Division 3 showed up at the firlltJ melting after Ills initiation with the application of n candidate Thomas Kinney says he has ser oral new members In prospect for Division 3 and expects to present their applications before Taster The divisions and Ladles Aux diary of Sioux City Iowa will unite in a special literary programme mid in honor of St Patrick next Tuesday night lust watch Division 4 A few weeks ago thirtytwo of the thirty six candidates initiated belonig l to that branch and now she has twenty five more ready for initiation When the four logal divisions anll the Ladies Auxiliary approach holy communion at St Patricks church tomorrow morning the edifice will be crowded to witness the edifying sight FAIR MEN Differ in Faith But Resent Attack on Catholic Cardinal Regardless of creed the ministers of Milwaukee have denounced the attacks made by angry Prohi bitionists against CardJnal Gibbons The attacks aro all rotO said tho Rev Edwards of St James Episco pal and are not worthy of consideration They are absurd to anyone who knows Cardinal Gibbons and for that reason I must confess that I have paid little attention to them The attack Is unwarranted with out foundation and absurd In every particular said 4tho Rev Judson TItsworth of Plymouth Congrega tional church Rev Thomas Barney of the same church said he consId- ered the attack on Cardinal Gibbons 1as one of tho most dastardly at tempts at besmirching the good name of a good man that has ever come to my attention I do not think that any one who Is acquainted with Cardinal Gib bons either through his public life or personally will attribute his stand on the prohibition question to any thing but an honest expression of his own personal opinion said Will lam Austin Smith of St Pauls Episcopal church I think that tho recent attacks made by tho press of the prohibition party on Cardinal Gibbons are un founded and made without a thor ough understanding of what Cardinal Gibbons advocates or opposes was the view of Rev Henry Colman of Simpson Methodist Episcopal church BOCK BEER Sons of the Emerald Isle draw no race distinctions when it comes to the bock beer season They have learned to love beer almost as well as their Gtarman neighbors Th lager beer brewers and agencies IIn the Falls Cities announce thnt bock will be on tap today and the news will t o accepted as n harbinger o Spring with a reservation in favor of a little delayed winter that is gen erally due about the seventeenth Buti the practical Germans mindful o the eocealtric character of the early spring in these northern latitudes have vristfly put a little more fitocmgtfh in the bock than in the- ordinary lager and tiltsl will servo to make it quite safe f6revena Hibernian to join in celebrating the comingof spring with lager of the bock brand The enenskB of tIm- liquol traffic have made a warfare on the beer industry as well asam wine and liquors but tho continue If Q 0 r i jI t t YiY 1 tf cour O2V This coupon when brought to the More wilt be good for 10 Additional stamps extra to purchases of SOc worth NOT GOOD AFTER MARCH ZlsT with 10STAMPS with I lbottle Gul dens Mustard lOo to lkee+ j their friends and just now the bock will find ninny ss1io will be I plod to welconun it for the enemies It lias made TO ST pAfmCHII Hall Holy Apostle from ocean to ocean The sons of old Erin In brilliant array Are kneeling at shrines full of heart I Ifolt devotion you on s this your St Patricks day j Though our country Isdrear Your memorys hold dear And faiths shining lamp still illum- Ines the way Were still true to our sireland And the shamrock of Ireland Altho exiles we be on St Patricks day Now pray that We may ever keep a the straight way As through lifes Journey wo con tinue to roll And we pray that youll meet us And in Paradise greet us When wo will arrive at our heavenly goal B P J K KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A new council is to boorganized at East Dubuque Iowa Lexington Council is organizing a class for Initiation after Easter Providence Knights have arranged to establish a permanent down town headquarters In that city No less than 150 couples attended the last of Milwaukee Councils pre j Lenten receptions and dances on tho night of March 3 v Assemblyman A K Smith of the New York Legislature is urging the t jwssage of n bill to nrake Landing day a legal holiday in that State If the bill introduced in tIle New Jersey Legislature by Asseniblyman Braun becomes a law Landing day October 12 will be henceforth holiday in that State At Pulton N Y the Fortyfive tournament resulted ns follows Knights of Columbus 182 Catholic Mutual UenevolQiiit Association 180 Red Men 178 The John Boyle OKcilly Club ar adjunct of Denver Council held it 1 own celebration of Robert Emnieitf birthday The programme was re Photo with vocal and instrumental imi ic and excellent addresses Tlio latest available statistics of Uio membership of tho order show a total of 194972 but of these only 6318Q are Insurance members There are 1253 separate councils in tho United States Canada the Philippine Islands and Mexico There Is 2250000 in the national treasury NErIIOn Sisters of Providence Dc sire Building Completed In Haste The plans for tho now Ifouso of Providence at Syracuse N Y have been accepted and the work of ro building will begin as soon as ttio weather will permit The former structure was burned a few months ago but the Sisters and their youth ful charges escaped without Injury The now structure will be erected of brick and stone and will bg four and onehalf stories tall Tho main building will have a depth of sixty seven feet and will bo 225 feet long sopearate buildings to tho main edifice A cold storage plant will be annexed to the kitchen afstudy hall thirtytwo feet wide and flftynlno feet long and will be fitted tiwith modern desks and a stage for sixfrooms on the main floor will be twentyseven feet square The main floors will be used for refectories dormitories and Infirmaries The exterior of the building will be very plain yet will be of imposing proportions It is expected that the now home will be completed within a year The Sisters of Providence have instructed the architect to fin I Ish tho work with all possible celerity s 0 10 1 o STAMPS With 2 Cartons A 11 i 8810o8 IRELAND Record of the Host Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The city of Limerick expects tto spend 1M000 on stmvt paving tlil year Louis A Crawford has been np pointed notary public in Coiintv Donegal oil Ito blither Maurice lay of met lima hero elected rtxrtor ofCionjjCathedral at Cash el The annual PointtoIoint races will be held at JJroomfield instead of at Kilkbrlck 4his year iThe untenanted lands on Miss Roses estate County Loath are bout to be distributed rnnllIkemlI liable work died recently YounlMensMidrtletown Tho aim Is to teach temperance and self respect Mrs Margaret Brennan mother of the Rev Farther Patrick Rrennan of Cookwtown died at her home Duly lin LititK County Louth at an ad vanced ago Tainl Dunne son of William Dunne of Dundalk died nt ills home in Clonskeagh after a long and patient suffering He was a young man of brilliant parts- Magistrate lames Keeleghan or prolrachd favorably known in his own and ad jacent counties MaryJohnson1 rented a pulpit prayer book and seat- o St Tames church Castledcrmot in memory of their mother The clouting of a man has been found on tho side of the Clover quarry 1 County MOn IU1n and it is feared some insane person has com mUted suicide in the quarry pool Francln Joseph Bigger M R I A delivered a splomdid illustrated lec ture at Clones and took his audience all over the Holy Hills of Ireland He is being importuned to repeat liU lecture in various parts of the coun try The falling off In the subscriptions to the Irish Parliamentary fund is causing alarm During 1007 the RiibscriptlouH amounted to 37000 ns against 70000 for the previous yew It is hoped that the union of all the elements in the party will cause the ssubscriptions to increase this year Nicholas Morrissy a small fanner near New Ross County WaterfoH Is awaiting trial on the charge of murder lIe is accused of having killed Stephen Walsh a neighbor The evidence against him is purely cite I tantwl MYSTERIOUS FIGURES Put down the number of your li1 ing brothers Double the number Add three Multiply result by five Add number of living sisters Multiply result by ten Add number of dead brothers and sisters Substroct 150 from the result Tho right hand figure will be the number of leaRn Tho middle figure will be the num her of living sisters i The left hand figure will be the number of living brothers Strange freak of figures isnt it WOMANS SEVEN GIFTS The Eastern press has it that n member of the Gaelic League n lecturing in Dublin Is describing owe detail the lives of the Irish p at the dawn of the Christian era It is said that then as now the Iriah man and woman cared for the orphan boy and girl that even in those remote days the Irish woman consid ered It her duty to instruct her daughters in the seven gifts of perfect womanhooibeauty music oleo sweet speech needlework wisdom and chastity DRESS AND AGE If womans manner of dress in style and material is an indication to age then there are more young women in Iouisrlllo than in any other city in the UnSted States tI x t srat 4- II LET US DO YOUR I Cleaning t Pressing and Dyeing Now and Avoid the Spring Rush rHENRYRr PAscc 9 REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 1 REFERENCES German Bank Ger man Insurance Bank Fidelity Trust Qo Louisville Trust Co andothers Room 302 Louisville Trust Co r S W Corner 5th and MarKet Sts VG8X0 7c R I NUGENT CO I REAL ESTATE BROKERS I Money Loaned on City Real Estate First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds for Sale 243 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY bcvvvQyc y O 88988888S 10 N0000 0 110 e10 00000 ON 110 1001 00010 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for all J kinds of coal from our friends in these cities We the Jellico Moss o eCreek Louisville and can therefore give prompt delivery j BOTH TELEPHONES 932 St Bernard Mining Co sY i INCORPORATED Z- NNN NlNNNNNNN 0 00 1 NNN 00 1- NNO NNN N IN N001 110 NN000IOONON00g S Youiiiii I i 1 4Year Old at 225 per gallon 16U U II 250u u SMITH DISTILLING fJIg u n t 400 300 u u ft14U U II 500U 1 N COMPANY = ZINCORPORAT0t iti OHIO AGO hYinny will not be refunded return and e NN NN NNO NNNONON NNNm 0 NNN- NNN NNONN ONN NNN ONN NN 1NNOIN i iARE now EWEin Our our fabrics spriinI are ready for your willTAILt be cordially ed A suggestion e me soon before are picked t i iCr- S s ONM N N NNON N 40 N N OOeoe00i0NN ON NN- NIJOHN SEXTON- s 1 CAFE i Fine Wines Liquors and Cigarsi BEST LUNCH IN THE CITY I i 4- ra HOME PHONE 1391 s w COR SEVEN AND OAK 0 u n y 1 t J SAMPLES Of Ilich Irish Wit and Humor Front llochos Paella Pen Brian Born and the King of Lclnstcr Hud Famous Tilt Story of Sultan Who Needed the Shirt of a Happy Man JUST A FEW OLD IRISH YARNS James Jeffrey Roche tho brilliant IrishAmerican who succeeded John Boylo OReilly as editor of tho Boston Pilot has written an epitome of Irish humor and all his stories are good He says to part American humor differs from that of every other nation and its In gredlonts defy analysis but I think that It owes a great deal to tho liberal infusion of Irish blood during the last century or more At least there is nothing at all resembling It In the literature or tradition of the early days before and Imme diately after the Revolution The whimsical extravagance of statement the sudden inversion of Ideas and tho grave reduction of a serious proposition to a delicious absurdity all those traits of what we call American humor are distinctively Irish also but Irish qualii Red by a certain mock gravity that it purely native to the American soil An Irishman from tho old country notices at onco the great difference In speech and manner between his people at home and those trans planted to the United States especially the children of tho Immigrants Tho humor of the American side Is more tinged with satire It has less of cheerful Irresponsible grotesque ness It provokes a smile where the original raises a laugh There Is no history written of Irish humor Similarly although very funny things have been said and done In prison there Is no vol ume of Jail jocosities The people most concerned have had other things of a more serious nature to occupy their minds But even tho grave narratives of early days occa sionally contain a few bright passages lighting up tho pages of grim tragedy The first on record Is that of theBhort and spicy correspondence which passed between Brian Borohma Born the Ardrlgh or High King of all Ireland and his refractory vassal the King of Lolnstor Hero it Is In full King Brian wrote Pay me my tribute or If you dont The King of Lelnster answered I owe you no tribute and If I did The cleverness of the Irish has been proverbial throughout their history The Roman writer who re ferred to the Perfervldum Ingonlum Scotorum meant tho brilliance of the Irish and not as Oliver Wendell Holmes supposed of the Scots The Irish were the Scott of classic times Nobody at any period over said of tho Irish as the early French writer did of the English that they take their pleasure sadly There Is an old storyso old that It may have been founded on fact Illustrat ing the proverbial happiness of the Irish people Samuel Lover made a farce out of It Sir Walter Scott put It Into verse Both called It The Happy Man It was about n certain Sultan of Serendlb In the Far East who was troubled with chronic Insomnia and was told by a wise man that he could be cured In only one way namely by sleeping In the shirt of a happy man The Sultan forthwith advertised for n happy man with n shirt to sell or to let but strange to say ho could not find one in his whole dominion Thereupon he went abroad to look for one He called to tho East the West the North and South but all in vain until at last he came to time shores of Ireland on the edge of the Atlantic and lo the first thing that ho saw on landing was one not only happy but willing and ready to admit that he was happy Then the Sultan signified his desire to get possession of that mans Inmost garment But the happy man being happy declined to consider the proposition on any terms Whereupon ensued what did not In the least diminish the gentlemans cheerfulness a fight It Vas a good fight while It lasted but tho power of numbers triumphed and the victors proceeded benevo lently to assimilate the spoil But alas for tho Sultan and the theory of mental healing When they stripped the beaten but still undaunted Irishman they found he did not have a shirt to his thatI And In the words of tho poet The heartbroken Sultan In sorrow and shame Went back to Sorendlb as sad as he came Irish wit and humor found their best oxemplers among the great writers orators and poets many of whom are calmly classified among English Men of Genius such as Swift Goldsmith Sheridan Steele Sterne and a score of others Leigh Hunt no mean judge said of one of them For the qualities of sheer wit and humor Swift had no superior ancient or modern Great as he was however Swift lived to provo the truth of Drydens lines Great wits are sure to madness near allied And thin partitions do their bounds divide But oveVi in his old ago and In sanity his quIck Irish wit was alive and awake The last thing he ever wrote was an Impromptu on the con magazine for military stowwhich an attendant pointed out to him as they were driving by Ireland had lost her liberties and the Incongruity of thus elaborately locking the stable doors after the horses were stolen inspired the sav age epigram Behold a proof of Irish sense Hero Irish wit is seen x I I J1 J t tt SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month Vice PrctildentThomasLawlcr Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- RecordingSechos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary P J Onsick Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Monti PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kciran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial KeanoySergeantatArms Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Street- s1restdoutIatrlck1 Sullivan Vice President Martin Slicchnn MackeyFInancialTreasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeontatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand President John II Jlcnneasy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P I1urlcfrensurerHnrry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEIISONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfous Hall KinneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T Ollern Financial Secretory Chtuf Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorscy Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle V JM I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana lian Second Vice PresidentSamuel Robertson Recording Secretary Austin B Walsh SecretaryThomasDacllman Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams TreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick D- uddyFRANK MUltiSTILL IN Fifth Street Market BOTH PHONES When nothings left thats worth defense They build a magazine PURE PHODTJCT Is That of the Paul Reusing Brewing Company in New Albany Did you ever see a nervous beer drinker Nervousness comes from two causes one Is halffed nerves The remedy for these Is beer The malt In beer Is foqd for this class of nervous people while the hops act as a tonic The slight percentage of alcohol Is an aid to digestion and that means more food for the entire human system Another cause of nervousness is waste that clogs nerve centers That waste is caused by drinking too little to Rush the system The habit of Imbibing beer gives tho body the needed fluid that is necessary to cleanse the organs from Impurities For this reason beer Is prescribed by physicians for nervous people and Invalids But to get the best results one must buy fine beer A poor ar tlclo may bo worse than the lack of any The Paul Reining Brewing Company of New Albany makes an article of beer that Is as fine as Is sold anywhere and every Ingredient Is selected by the best brew master to be hind and Its reputation ranks among the best In the country Every man employed In tho brewery is skilled and experienced The product of this brewery Is as popular In Louisville as it is across the river not only on account of its pleasant taste but because its purity Is so well known Those who use It have found it without a peer and especially Is this true of the two famous brands the Kaiser and the Culmbacher The principal officers of the company are H L MeInhardt President and Rudolph Haug Superintendent imiGHT EYES IN COSTUME Among the many local celebra tion of St Patricks day none will be more quaint than that of the Bright Eyes a club of young men well and favorably known in the I1West End The affair will be in the nature of a costume dance and will be held at Nadorfts Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky streets and the committee in charge of affairs promise clean fun and lots of It e r r3L o r t t ti1j H I STRUCK PUNT Lending Hebrew Rabbi ot the Hub Told Plain Facts Tint Hurt lilt AngloSaxons in Their PrlOo I and Was Twlccrt Galled to Answer Jewish DoctorIncw His Ground and Made His Points Count BRITISH SOCIETY DEMORALIZED The British Charitable Society of Boston celebrated its twentyilftht iiii nlvorsary on the night of March 8 and one of Its Invited guests was Dr Moses Fleischer a Hebrew Rabbi Ho told them a few plain truths that almost broke up the meeting All tho New England papers had something to say about it but the AngloSaxon dailies of Louisville overlooked the matter entirely Thomas J Bowlkor President of tho Victoria Club of Boston and Vice President of the British Charit able Society was tno plnclpal spnK or of the evening and his talk for the mot part concerned tho superior sty of tile British almost every jwn tence referring In tribute to refBritain crd the British He said in partThe period for the conquest of new territory has passed for the British empire and In the future she must conquer tho forces of nature and develop the resources of her groat possessions The patient common sense of the English the llrm tenac dashingbraveryqualities which have caused us to empiretho rovingpioneer spirit of bravery and readi ness to sacrifice their blood for their country are marked characteristics In the Britishers makeup The magnificent work by the Britishers In every corner of time empire has established a proud recordremust carry with renewed vigor the conquest of extending commercial enterprise Unrest and rebellion yetlearnedment must be dealt with accordingly I refer especially to the condi tions that may exist among the em pires Indian possessions What the empires relations will be with the Japanese and Chinese Is dlstrublngthostatesmen The conditions In Can ada and our African possessions are assuming acute stages and I do not believe that the wholesale Introduc tion of the cheap labor from these countries Is for the best welfare of the British empire Rabbi Flelsclisor was tho next speaker Thoro were no Irish there to resent Bowlkers Insinuation but the Jewish Rabbi was equal to the occasion He was to respond to a toast selected by a line from Kipling O East Is East nnd West Is West Instead he began I believe tho sentiment of one of the speakers of the evening was a horrible example of British bump tiousness I sympathized with the Revolutionists of America against the mother country and was on the sldo of the Doers In their brave struggle against the British In Russia also I favor the poor unfortunate downtrodden whose economic and political conditions are deplorable I believe the Dritlsh attitude of so called superiority Is at the base of this evil talk of war with Japan It Is unAmerican indecent and undem ocratic and an evidence of contempt for the people of other skins and other races Mr Fleischer shouted one of the members rising and Interrupt ing the speaker I will frame a reply to this speech of yours and de liver It In the near future Rabbi Fleischer bowed smilingly to the man who Interrupted him and continued Kiplings White Mans Burden is sung the world over as Englishmanlooksmade It Godlike In his own Image I cannot stand such talk as this another member of the society ex claimed somewhat excitedly inter rupting the speaker a second time How about the Philippines That responded Rabbi Fleischer in an Instant Is something America owes to British example I am an antiimperialist from the beginning to the end and I shall be until Amer- Ica stands for democracy tho world over I am democratic and believe that society should respect the individual as well as the Institution- I believe tho British attitude of sacalled superiority Is at the base of all this evil talk of war with Japan It Is unAmerican indecent and undemocratic declared Rabbi Charles Fleischer before the members of tho British Charitable Society at tho Twentieth Century Club upon the occasion of the societys ninetysec ond anniversary and banquet Such sentiment as this from a man of Rabbi Fleischers standing ex pressed In the midst of a gathering of native Britons was like a spark of gunpowder and twice was the noted rabbi Interrupted In his speech for although he was an honored guest of time occasion his words so shocked many of his hearers that they could not restrain themselves from interrupting SOMETHING UNIQUE The ladles of tho Sacred Heart parish have arranged to give a candy pulling and country store entertain ment In the school hall Seventeenth and Broadway next Tuesday after noon and evening It will be their way of celebrating St Patricks day Each year these same loyal ladles entertain the children with a candy pulling but this time new features will bo added ifr l loa w i 1 F HERMAN F MONROE CO Members Chicago Board of Trade Execute orders in the New York and Chicago markets with the utmost promptness and dispatch Both Phones 2670 ROOMS 15 and 16 KENYON BLDG te r Q VICTOR SPRING BEDS ASSURE COMFORTABLE QUIET REST GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS McfLROYSHANNON SPRING BED MfGICCC1I 1 LOUISVILLE PHILADELPHIA DECIDEDLY OF THE FINEST QUALITY OLD FORTUNAWHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO Incorporated DISTILLERS C0iattl30 I CHARLES BOESWALD DEALER IN Groceries Meats and vegetables Butter Eggs and Poultry Home Phone 3266 S E Cor 16th and Walnut Oi33V0 O oQ p RELIABF LAUNDRY No 235 THIRD ST- GeoP DEUSER ChasJv i pCB8 ThrH A KRAFTWHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Fresh Beef Veal Mutton DRIED TONGUE CORN DRIED AND SPICED BEEF BOTH PHONES 794 Stall No I Kentucky MarKet Fifth and Green Sts 3GX80G tN N NN NO 11 00 ONN ONN NI IN iNe i THOIHflS E CflMf IELD 1 CORNIA SALOON Only the Best of Wines Liquors and Cigars tVARAX x4z311rCH DAILY HOME PHONE 3588 NtW Corner Floyd and Main Streets N NN NNNNNN N N NNNN NN NO+N J 0 tot r r3un- rr 7 l U I LCAPaI F 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Devoted to the Moral nd SoclnJ Advancement of nil IrIsh Americans 0 IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING u CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OlE DOLLAR j PER YEAR SINGLE T COPY 50 0 Entered at the LouUvllle Poitnltlce a S conJCU litter tddrpss 81 Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West frees Si lUiVILL4 Kyi SATURDAY MARCH 14 1908 OUR IHG NUMIJEK Another St Patricks day IB upon us and once more the Kentucky Irish American greets Us friends and patrors In a dress of green It 1 Is not ar cosy matter In times of great i flnanclar depression to got out a fourtePiniMgo ipapir Unit we have been favored by many rrionds this yea and are duly grateful for their gen- erouS patronage It has also been the aim of the editor to give a varied stile tlon of reading matter In th big edition How far lie has been successful tho readers may Judge for themselves Each year there are now readers for the Kentucky Irish Amer- Ican and the story of Ireland St Patrick and his followers has to 1 t3 be repeated If our efforts please yoi show tho paper to some other porsoi nnd commend It for Its news value e Thanking our subscribers and 0111 advertisers for their kind patronage c wo hope that all will live to wear tho green on many more St Patrick days EDITOR OMATVLEYS CHANGE Our old friend and contemporar Charles J OMalloy who has for several years edited the Catholli Sun at Syracuse N Y Is to return to Chicago to resumo his post ros editor in chlof of the New World It may bo several weeks before Mr OMalley returns to the Lakesld City but he will leave Syracuse with the good will of the Catholic clergj and laity of Syracuse His return to Chicago Is not on account of an Increase of salary but because like every true Catholic husband allll father ho wants to bo at home with his wife and children Mr OMallej spent the best years of his lIfo iIr Kentucky and every IrlshAmerlcar In this city and State extends his best wishes to him and his His dost to the Catholic Sun will be grea but his place will bo filled In time God helping COXFIDEXTIAT LETTERS- etween Lord Tweedmouth and + Emperor William a terrible row hai been stirred up across the water Men who write confidential letters can always expect trouble If yoi have a secret to tell dont mart your letters confidential because your correspondent is sure to hay a friend and that friend will hay anothor friend Before you know iIt an endless chain of people will know all about your confidential letter Germanys Emperor It seems want ed to make suggestions cpnccrnlnf Ithe English naval estimates and the English nation resents his alleged in terference Perhaps it was not such a bad letter after all but it was the pledge to secrecy broken by Emporei Williams correspondent that caused t the trouble Englishmen arc in the habit of breaking all sorts of 11r pledges Irishmen remember tho broken treaty of Limerick Untl + tho correspondence in full is mad ipubllo thore will be illfeeling ie tween England and Germany JOLT FOR SINN VEIN The defeat of Charles J Dolan bj Francis M Meehan as a candidate for Parliament in North Leltrim Isa terrible Jolt for trio Sinn Felt movement in Ireland We shall heat x less and less of tho defenders of that movement for some time to come All of us want Ireland a free and independent nation and we want to see it brought about as soon as possible and by as peaceable a means as possible but the Sinn Felners have never accomplished anything They have a right to hold their own opinions In tho matter but they plight now let lion John Redmond and his party pursue the plans they have outlined It is hard to ask Irishmen to wait It has been walt wAlt walt for years but at each succeeding session of Parliament the i hpartYhas advanced a mUG This year the leaders have hope for more relief but Just now tho Gov ernmont seems to have sidetracked Irish affairs and some of our friends both in this and the old country bdlieve that Ireland lIko man never is but always to bo blessed e Once Moro we advise that Red mondand his followers be given a chanGe Let the leaders In that partyt unite in the House of Com mootand for awhile at least keep their quarrelslocked In their family claittr Get homo rule first After tfijvt wa can wait for Sinn Fein to work pit U own cause J b r + THE DAY WE CELEBRATE Why do tho Irish celebrate St Pat ricks day Many non Cntholics asle this question not from levity but because they really want to know They say Englands sons do not cele brato St Georges day neither do you see Frenchmen wearing tho Fleur do lys on any day devote to a saint of France nor do the pec plo of any other nation honor their saints as St Patrick is honored Tho reason is that always and often under very adverse circumstances tho people of Ireland havo kept alive the faith planted thero b St Patrick many centuries age Strongbow Norman Invaders Cromwell William Prince of Orange and other persecutors tried In vain to uproot that faith War famine pestilence religious intolerance and persecution wero all withstood The faith planted by St Patrick flour- Ished under persecution and alway shone brighter than before rlsh missionaries visited tho continent of Europe and carried the faith to Germany and the Netherlands College and monasteries were established In Ireland and for centuries every man of letters wont to that sainted land to complete his education It was there that the youth who afterward became Edward the Great was edu cited1 It was from the Irish scholars that King Alfred learned to keep track of his days In those das there were neither watches nor clocks and tho English method tof reckoning time was by looking at tho sun moon or stars The Irk monks taught Alfred to divide his time by means of candles that wouli burn so many hours each They also taught him to divide his day Into so many parts eight hours for laboi eight for rest and recreation and eight for prayer It was from the Irish monks also that King Alfred learned to care for the various artisans In his realm Thero were stonemasons guilds shoemakers guilds tailors guilds and guilds tall the trades They wero not only labor unions but religious bodies like tho Catholic sodalities It 1Is to tho followers of St Patrick thin that the present labor unions owe their origin and to them can bo traced the original advocacy of the eight hour system Exiles of Erin have carried the faith of St Patrick to every quartz of tho globe The priests and nuns of Ireland have erected churches colleges convents hospitals and asylums In every known land Titer Is hardly a town in the United States that has not least one St Patricks church and St Patrick Cathedral In Now York City is the largest and handsomest edifice de voted to divine worship in America All these things have their effect 011 tho minds and hearts of the Irish peo pie Warm hearted Impulsive charitable hospitable and kind per secutlon has only made the Irlfil stick closer to their religion It I a Is part of their life Without It the are nothing but fortunately vjr few Irish men or women lose Miol faith Some grow careless at times but nearly all return to their old allegiance before death overtake them St Patrick found Ireland a natloi of sun worshipers That great bali of fire that warmed them that gave them light that made trees leas and flowers bloom and fruits t- ogow was their God Unlike other nations tho ancient Irish had nc other idol Tho sun alone was they God until Patrick came to toad them of tho Saviour of mankind and of the Blessed Trinity Taking u shamrock from the soil he explained to tho ArchKing and his people the mystery ot tho Triune God Tht King and hiswise men listened tc Patrick and were convinced of the truths that ho taught All over the Island went this apostle ot the true faith and In a short time the entire nation had become Christianized aid civilized Not one drop of blood was shed while this remarkable work of conversion was going on St Patrick lived among his chosen people fiftynine years and left Ireland ft land full of churches and colleges and saints No wonder it is then that IrIsh- men everywhere honor St Patrick by wearing the green shamrock pf their native land on March 17 that they attend mass and listen to panegyrics that they gather to hear tales of love arid glory from the old land that sometimes they oven havo 4- r V i mf dancing at their celebrations In honor of St Patrick TIME OF PENANCE Services at the various Catholii churches In Loulsvlle are being gen orally well attended during this holy season of Lent It Is a time for fast lug prayer and penance For forty days devout Catholics prepare forI tho glorious feast of tho resurrec tlon It Is the busiest season of the year too for pastors Not only do they havo their regular services sick calls and other duties to attend but two or three evenings each week they have to give instructions reel tho Stations of tho Way of thE Cross celebrate benediction and hear many moro confessions than ordinarily Each day in Lent the churcl teaches us a new lesson In the lIfo of our Divine Saviour Beglnnlni with tho gospel of last Sunday when wo wero told how Satan tempted Him we aro led gradually to that last great week In this holy season Palm Sunday we will bp told of tho hosannas sung before Him and of the palms strewn In his way as 110 ontereij Jerusalem That Is the beginning of Holy Week A few days later we have the Tcnebrao when the church shows us the darkhess that had overspread the world prior to tho coming of our Lord and Savlotu On Thursday of Holy Week we aro reminded of the Institution of the divine sacrament of the 1I01y Eucharist on the eve of his passion and death On Good Friday we re call again that great tragedy 01 Calvary tho insults offered the Divine Master by tho Jews his crucifixion and death Wo are also taught that our misdeeds are adds Insults and that we must curb our evil passions If we hope to be saved Holy Saturday the church proper us for Easter Sunday the resurrec tlon of Jesus Christ the crowning event In the redemption of mankind As good Catholics let us titter as many of these solemn services tas possible When It Is possible fathers mothers and their entlr families should go together to mass to the Instructions and other devo tlons practiced during this holy season For these forty days let us avoid idle amusements and If we are exempt from strict fasting we might practice some other act tof abstinence It is a good idea alsq for tho whole family to Join in say- Ing the rosary every night in the home when It IS not convenient tto attend services at a church Any little act of devotion done now wll1 be rewarded by the Divine Redeemer OUR GREATEST PROBLEM As education becomes more gen oral In tho United States we find that our separated brethren are becomlni more tolerant of Catholicity more kindly disposed toward Catholics and every day one finds new evidences that Pope Plus desire ito 1unlto all things in Christ Is being steadily advanced A few weeks ogo 1an Interdenominational missionary conference was held by the various Protestant denominations in the States bordering on the Pacific coast Tho conferenco was held In the Cal vary Presbyterian church at Oakland Cal The ablest speaker that attended and there were man students scholars and orators prcs lent was Bishop John M Walden of tho Methodist church Ho told the assemblage in very plain language that the Catholic church was the greatest police power on earth His language was startling to some but he presented facts and figures 1 In such an array that his address was neither censured nor criticised Bishop Walden has been assignee to discuss The Problem of tho City and from tho start he made his fel 1owmlnlsters sit up and tako notice Some of the things lie told thel11 wero these Onethird of tho population of tho United States live in cItieS am they are the nations best citizens but tho modern cities with their con dieting problems Is the field In which the salvation of tho race will have to be worked out The people of the clUes are bettor fitted to guide the destinies of the nation than anthers and I would feel safe with 1U fato in their hands alone Theirs Is the opportunity and they make good use of It In the larger cities the population is in a process of assimilation Tho chief problem that Confronts us is immigration And hero I would say a word for the Catholic church Tho great body of immigrants are Catholics They are scattered liable at all times to temptation but they are held by the ties that bind them strongly They are Catholics and are cared for as Catholics What could we of other denominations do with this great Immigrant horde if it were not for the Catholic church 7 It is the greatest police power that could be exerted over these now millions and it holds them securely In its conservative grasp How could we take care of our foreign born population how could our police forces handle and control thorn It it wero not for the conservative Influence of the Catholic church I dont want to challenge k n- n you Protestants but Is it not a fact that the Cathcllq church holds IIts children closer than any other Aye There Is the rub It Is tho Catholic schools in every city th taro civilizing educating and teaching tho children tho difference between right and wrong Take cities IIkq Now York Chicago Boston St Louis Philadelphia nnd Baltimore In those schools are to bo found children who speak PollshDo hemlan Lithuanian Croatian Slovak Italian German French Spanish Portuguese Syrian Belgian Ruthenlan Greek Norwegian antI Danish These children If they attend Catholic schools find teacher who can understand their language They not only learn to talk English but they are taught to be good Cath ollcs and good American citizens H If they are sent to the public schools they find teachers who do not under stand them and they are lost to faith and country I Catholics have noted this asslmlla tlon that Bishop Walden spoko about for years past Men like tho great anti lamented Archbishops Hughes of Now York and Martin Join Spalding of Louisville and Daltl more saw this same problem mon than fifty years ago Long oven b fore that the Catholic church I tr other lands was fighting against a godless system of education It 1 Is education without religious training for tho children that makes free thinkers that makes them believe I II will reason for myself that makes them defy authority that Is respon slblo for waves of socialism and anarchy It is a goes sign to nott that men like this Methodist BIfiho of the West is really studying the race and educational problems lU stead of spending his time flndini fault With the Catholic church and berating Its ministers Our Catholic schools colleges ant universities are not all the church hopes to make them but they an Infinitely superior to any other edu catlonal Institutions in the United States Less than a generation hencQ the Catholic University at Washington will bo the most renowned though It may be the youngest of tho worlds great seats of learning RELIEF FOR IDLE MEN- The dull times that followed the panic of last October have not passed away although signs of business activity are apparent in sovii0 quarters Those who can afford 1It should do what they can to help th Idle and unemployed and there arc lots of Idle men and women In al1 of our largo titles Wage worker havo created the property and the wealth of the United States and they should havo a right to enjoy a great part ot Its benefits Men nnd their families should not bo allowei to starve In any community oDd wherever possible some work shout be found for them at good wages Idleness begets mischief It is tho Idle men who hatch anarchist plot and who seek to destroy all form of government nnd to defy all form of authority Some people suggest that the over plus of idle workers bo transferred to tho country Men used to work ing In railroad shops and factories do not often prosper in the rural districts They have no dcslro to farm and they know absolutely noth ing of raising props and there an millions of men who could not tel a field of potatoes from a field of wheat For such men life in a farm house Is nothing but punishment It might bo profitable for our Natlona or State Governments to try a scheme of colonizationto establlsl little towns where tho working nag could have his little plot of ground and that while he worked In the tac tory his children could learn farm- Ing This would bring about a race of thrifty mill and farm workers It would lessen the evils to bo feared from idleness Austria has tried this scheme with marked success Former Mayor Dunne of Chicago advises his fellowCatholics In the Lakeside City If you must vote for either of two rogues vote for the nonCatholic In that case the Catholic will not get a chance to bring disgrace upon yourselves and your religion This same advice seems sound for Louisville and every other city in the country We have had bad Catholics in office in Louisville but their number has been exceed tgly small That story in the Cincinnati Enquirer to the effect thatformer Gov D eckham would like to get control of the Democratic organization In his State so ho would bo second man on the national ticket sounds iko a Joke Gov Beckhara had control of the State machine once and bo might have retained that control had ho not undertaken to Interfere with Louisville unnecessarily Unless signs fail the spring will be early this year As early as last week tho grass took on an emerald hUo and many trees put forth their iuds It makes everybody feel rcK uvenated to notice Natures now mantle of green ft STEWART DRY GOODS CO lluslness Established Sixty Yeatstt c 1OtttsTotEI The New Furniture Department Inspection is invited to the new Furniture Department occupying therein tire fifth floor and containing handsome specimens of skilled workmanship in the most varied assortment of sets for the parlor library diningroom bedroom den and summer home representative of all periods woods finishings etc and economically priced The New Household CJub Plan In conjunction with the Furniture Department is the new feature in modern retailing and the most convenient for buying Furniture Carpets and Upholstery- A small payment at the regular low prices entitles members of the House hold Club to buy everything that goes to furnish the home andon terms so easy to arrange that the payment is a continuous pleasure appealing particularly to those who are on a weekly allowance Inquire of the salesmen in the Furniture Carpet or Upholslery Depart ments or at the credit office where full particulars will be given The New Models for Spring In Womens Tailored Suits Included In This List of Specially Low Prices f I Springs most attractive styles in Tailored garments exclusively designed by the best Parisian and American modistes and made of the seasons most fashionable materials will be offered for this weeks selling at remarkably low prices Womens Tailored Suits made of striped suiting material extra good quality 34inch coat styles taffeta lined plaited skirt with fold trim mingSpecial for this week at 2500 Womens Plain Tailored Suits made of English serge Prince Chap cutaway coat taffeta lined plaited skirt fold trimmed colors navy Copenhagen blondine brown and blackSpecial for this week 2000 Womens Tailored Suits in shadow stripe worsted all colors newest cat modelsatin trimmed striped taffeta lining skirt trimmedexceptionally good 3000 value Special this week 2750 Womens Tailored Suits in shadow stripe worsted materials Prince Chap coat style taffeta lined plaited skirt fold trimmed colors black and blue Specially pricedat 1500 Womens White Serge Suits strictly tailored made of 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MAGNIFICENT Arc to Bo time Scenes During New Yorks Solemn Centenary St Patricks Cathedral Will Bo Thronged AVJth Church Dignitaries Grant Structure Is Monument io SellDenial ot Working People LOGUE TO PRESIDE St Patricks Cathedral New York City is the largest and most mag nificent house of worship in time United States In this edifice the solemn celobraitlon of the centenary of New York as a diocese wll be ob beginningApril approachInglend her Princes and dignitaries to add solemn splendor to the event andeach special service will be at 4tendcd by u gorgeous pageant Each function will have some symbolical meaning Every Catholic in the United States will join with those in Now York in a prayer that the onlybrInggreat archdiocese but that it will CathollcltJinSt Patricks Cathedral is an im mense structure but it will not be amt all adequate to admit the vast throng that will eeek to enter and witness tlio ceremonies The clergy alone would make a large sized con gregation and there will scarcely be room for all the Bishops and Arch bishops in tho sanctuary In the first place three Princes of the church will be present our own Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore Cardinal Logue of Ireland and Car dinal Moran of Australia Archbishop Farley head of the New York arch diocese expects all of the fourteen Archbishops In time United States to be present and a majority of theI throughouttimemitred abbots the heads of various legatcMonsignor prelates priests and you will find quite an clergymenNot have givetolion of the enormous growth of the Catholic oTvurch not only In New York but in the whole United States In 1808 the United States had one Archbishop now it auras fourteen Then there were only four dioceses Louisville Boston New York and Philadelphia The number of churches has grown from seventy to priestsfromTim first Bishop of New York was time Right Rev Luke Concannen an Irish Dominican who had been for several years previous to his conse cration a resident of Home Many Dominicansfindworld and had previously established a station in Kentucky It was on the idea that they were so well fitted for missionary work in a new and growing country that a Domini can was made first Bishop of New York He was consecrated in nome England the new Bishop was unable after repeated trials to reach his diocese He died at Naples on Juno 10 1810 without ever having seen the diocese over nvhlch lie was to prcsid6 It was not until November 0 1814 that a second Bishop was consecrated He was the Right Rev John Connelly another Irish Dominican who died in1825Only a few years before the Declaration of Catholics were barred from entering or residing la Nenv York The War of the Revolu manybarriersnineteenth century there were sev eral thousand Catholics on the Island of Manhattan These were of the Irish English French Scottish and Mexican races The Irish were the most attire in church work The troubles of 03 in Ireland helped to swell the number of immigrants BO that there were no less than 15000 CnJtihollos in Nov York diocese when it was erected in 1808 Even before a Bishop arrived ithey Lad projected a Cathedral on Mott street The Irish then as now and St Patrick was the patron of the new r edifice The corner stone was laid in 1809 and the structure was coo pleted in 1815 It was to ithls edition tihnt Bishop Connelly came and there no and his successors reigned until the present Cathedral was completed In 1870 It was Archbishop John Hughes of illustrious inemory who projected the now dnd Present St Patrick Bthcdral IIe began without a cent but trusted to God to provide In 1853 the sent letters to many of the members of QiU flock whom he knew were wealthy asking for contribu tions of 1000 each In response he f received contributions of 1000 each from 103 persons Including several Protestants With 103000 as ii a nucleus ho laid the cornerstone of the new Cathedral In 1859 He wasI created first Archblshcp of New York in 1850 and mal January 3 1864 Time fJCathcdral was not completed for fifteen years after his death ats which Cardinal McCIoskey was Arch jblrtiotp of New Fork The edifice Is a fine example of the Itblrt nth century Gothic and undo r the direction of the architect James s o oJ a- U d KENTucKY Iisu AMERICAN SECTION SECOND MARCH CENTS CARDINAL Independence Predominated Renwick an Irishman its building was carried on with the greatest care The contract price of the structure was 870000 but the total amount expended on it was more like 3000000 If the plat on which the Cathedral now stands which ex tends from Fifth to Madison avenue and from Fiftieth to Fiftyfirst street were acquired at present real estate values and the Cathedral had to too built now it is believed that the total value of tho property would not be less than 20000000 While many wealthy men contributed to the building of thin magnificent structure the greater part of the money was furnished by Irish servant girls and Irish laborers- It is particularly appropriate that Cardinal Michael Logue Primate of Ireland and Archbishop of Armagh the See over which St Patrick him self presided should preside at the grand PontifIcal mass of ing which will open the celebration Armagh is also tho native diocese of I Ardhbtshop Farley A few days before i the centenary a meeting of all the Archbishops and Bishops in tho United States is to be held at Wash ington and these noted dlgnltarien are expected to go to New York In a body GROWING SOME New York Publicist Says People Seek Subur ban Homes John D Crimmins of New York eminent as an IrishAmerican a Catholic a publicist and as an ob server said recently New Yorks tunnels and bridges will make It pos sible for every family to live in their own mstlCj the castle may contain only three rooms but it will be a r home nnd there is snore noss attached to that Old Now York Is being depopulated as a residential center but the great city grows with the countrys growth and will al supremacyMrold city of New York comprised within itsI limits and waters that surround Manhattan Island approximately 14000 acres not as largo as some farm wrens The harbor of Now York affords unusual facilities for commerce for communication not alone with every part of this country but with every part of the world outside that may be reached by waysThe making steady growth fully equal to the destruc tion of the genteel tenements and homes In sections where they have been removed This movement w11lI increase on the completion of the various tunnels some completed and others projected GERALD GllIFFIN Brief Sketch of Brilliant Young Irish Writer ror Press Gerald Griffin time author of sunny poems sketches and iat least one novel that has been dramatized was yarn in the County Limerick Ireland in 1803 and died in the City of Cork In 1840 Ills proem The Sister of EnglishclassicCatholic school readers in Ireland England and tIle United Statesm At tIle age of twenty he left Ire land for England and obtained em plo mtnt on the dally papers in Lon don where his sketches and Irish folklore tales soon won him steady and lucrative employment After his return to Ireland he wrote The Col legians his most pretentious work which WOK later dramatized end still holds the boards under the name of The CoUeennawn Gerald Griffin was always of a re ligious turn of mind and in 1838 he joincd the order of Christian Broth era In the City of Cork While teach ing at heir college there in 1840 ho contracted a fever and died within a ifaw days OUR PUBLIC DEBT The public debt of tho United States In 1792 was 7721792466 but by tho year 1835 it bad been re duced to 37513 05 an inconsid erable sum In 1863 the war was on and the debt had grown to more than one billion of dollars By Do comber 1 1906 when the last statis tics were given out It had grown to the enormous proportion of 242937004354 WHERE IRISH WIN Many Irlrfli students have been sue cfHifoil in the rcccnt examination RoyalCollege GlasgowbyOiuttiollcs have achieved successes Ann indication of the inrtemst Catholics are taking in professional life it it Interesting to note that there are now close on 15b students male and female at Glasgow University Ten years ego Catholic students wero far from numerous at Gllmorehill and twenty years ago there were scarcely a dozen GERMANYS ECONOMIC STRENGTH Baron Speck von Sternbung the German Ambassador io Washington and who married a niece of Arthur Lungham of Louisville recently de livered an address before the Cham ber of Commerce at Tampa Fla He spoke ijn VGeriiiKiliyVi Economic Strength At Ordtnfto the Baron until mho sutt nineteenth cravtufry and la some Instances even later Germanys economic strengtht was regarded as poor Today the same territory supports 62000000t people or more titan ani Increase of 30 per centshe Ambassador also made n detailed statemrtit of Gcr tnanvs financial strength taxation and insurance statistics rIfI i 1tair- Y SIGNERS I Of time Declaration of Independence Who Were Born in Ireland At Least Four Were Natives of time Old Sod Says History I Something About TJio ferry Man Who Was Prominent In Congress WAS A FRIEND OF BEN FRANKLIN A Boston exchange says it is a fact worth remembering that of the flftysix signers to tho Declaration of Independence four were born in Ire laud and of these four three are accredited ito Pennsylvania Charles Thomson at tho ago of eleven years was en route to this country with his father and throe brothers Ills father died after they were in sight of land and thus the boy was thrown upon his own resources immediately upon landing at New Castlei Del An older brother head preceded hint givethowatchful care put its was necessary for hint to assume grave responsibili tics at a very early age Time older brother prevailed upon a fellow countryman Dr Francis Allison to admit Charles to his seminary in New London Penn Time little immigrant boy was pre aptsc1loInrstudies that while yet a boy he was chosen to conduct a Friends acad emy at New Castle Del He formed the acquaintance and won the friendship of Franklin through articles paperhosesubject of the Indians The interest he took in their welfare and the farnoes with which he dealt with then led tIme Delawares to adopt him In 1750 ills intimate acquaintance with them and their very high esteem fir him brought about offs appointment as commissioner nmong them The Delawares named him Man of Truth and John Adams referred to him as tithe Sam Adams of Philadel phia the life of the cause of liberty for he was among the first to take Ills stand with the colonists exercising an immcnse influence owing to this reputation for ability and Integrity In September 1774 he arrived at daughter vania when lie was Informed that hn had been chosen Secretary of the first Continental Congress lIe was the soul ot that political body wrote Abbe Robin tie chaplain ot RochnmbcaU He declined pay for OIls first years services but held to his duties through each succeeding Congress until 1789 when he returned to behad1 Congressformedtory of the Revolution but so consid crate was lib of others feelings that he destroyed his manuscript notes lest his record of atrknic course of some of the colonists might work injury and embarrassment to torte descendants publiclreeworks of onerH which won approval ait homo and abroad For the most part his writings were confined to Scripture subjects Ills translation of the New Testament from the Greek cost him much time and labor and his translation of the Old Testa ment from the Septeragint was the first English version of that early translationCharles Mnyh her 29 1729 Ho died iin Lower Merion Penn August 10 1824 FLAG OF IRELAND Green is universally regarded as the Irish color but antiquarians say green as the national flag of Ireland is of comparative modern date The opinion French a learned member of the Royal Irish Academy lIe does not accept the explanation that the green flag was adopted by the United Irish turn at time close of the eighteenth century by blending tho orange end the blue time latter being then re garded by some as the Irish flag He asserts the emerald green standard was used in Ireland in time sixteenth century but it was not till the eigh teenth century that it became the national color ADVICE ON READING The great Roger Bacon known to the world as The Admirable Doc tor and who flourished In England In the thirteenth century wrote Read not to contradict nor to be hove but to weigh and consider Some books are to bo tasted others to be swallowed and some few to bo chewed and digested that is some are to be read only in parts others to be read but curiously and some few to be read wholly with diligence and attention FLOWER u ES- It Is interestinir ofokuOW how cer Rain flowers received their names Many were named after people Fur instance time fuchais were so called because they wero discovered by Leonard FucJis Dahlia were named for Andre Dahl who first brought them from PerUf The cnmeAlla received Its anon from a m1S1onarynamed Enamel 1 a 0 1 e a 4 1Tf 4 i y I- tIf t who carried specimens of these flowers from Japan to France Tho magnolia was named in honor flowIe like a braid of hair The flowers of time foxglove are like the fingers of a gloveThe foxglove Is said to bo a corruption of folks glove or falrlys glove Aster means star and received its name from the this flower Daisy is reallydays eye Dandelion means lions tooth Do you think the name is appropriate joggcdflowerAnemone means wind flower The anemone ids so delicately poised that it trembles in the slightest breeze Dutchmans breeches resembles nothing so a baggy pair of trous ers Morning glories bloom only In the morning and four oclocks not until that hour in the aftern- oonfINERTY Takes Stand For the Irish Who Came Here Many Years Ago Little Attention Paid to lulus Sons olPrcltevohitlon airy Times Thousands of the Irish Sought Homes in America In 1O41K LOVED BOTH GOD AND LIBERTY Hon John Fin tJ of Chicago soldier politician statesman and journalist is himself again after u long illness In one of his latest saysAmerican grutIOn in largo numbers is of a more recent date an outgrowth of the nineteenth cen Inunigratitsdotmdpossessions in time Now World but their number alias comparatively small Certain American histof lana have paid littlo attention to tho Irish clement of proRevolutionary times This iff mainly due to tliV vrejlldlcQOfIrish element has been lucre from amongtheestablishingdefending public There were Irish at Plymouth wStli time Pilgrims says John D Crlmmlna in Oils IrishAmeri m MIsctHlanyl at Salem and Boston witUi the Puritans at New York with the Dutch colonists nnd so on down into Pennsylvania Maryland Vir partsYetmeretionicd is duo the obscurity that now envelopes the history of the tlmlsManyveins some of the best and most ancient blood of Ireland nut better strongdflibertylovedtheir day millions of their race pos sessing the same admirable traits horn comp to the Unittkl States and upibuildiiigIn came to the colonies driven out of Ireland by too Cromwcllian persecutors In Mnrrmnd colonized North Carolina In 1099 K large Irish ctmigratlon came to Penn sylvania which gave to America many of the leaders in tlio movement of independence In 1710 witnessed itiho beginning of a large Irish immi gration in Virginia The new comers tulttlcd principally along late Blue Ridge where are now tho counties of Itockbridiffo anti Patrick In 1729 this records show that 5600 Irish arrived at time port of Philadelphia as dortyTrceScotchSoxitfli Carolina One of time histor rats of South Carolina said Of all other countries none has furnished the province with so many inha r itonts as Ireland In 1745 the Irish KentuckyFrom9ind been settling in all the other injustlet1leyin independenceItwas the first mum whoso eloquence roused South Carolina to the level of resistance When the stamp act was passed Benjamin Franklin writ Ing from London to Ohnrles Thomp son one of tho Iriffli settlers of Pennsylvania aftemvard Secretary of the Continental Congress said The sun of liberty 5s sett TIle Americans must light now the and economy But Thompson liken genuine Cent sent back the ringing lighttbrdllLfl AN AGED CLASS Seldom if ever has Cardinal Gib bons been called upon to confirm such an aged class as confronted him in Washington D C a short time ago Twentyfour adults nvere brought before him at the building of the Little Sisters of the Poor in Washingtdh lankl many tottered from the burdens of life that hind piled upon their shoulders for fourscore years and more In JIbe class there were men and women whose ages were right on the border pf the cen tury mark Others were somewhat younger but taken as a whole it was an exceedingly old class The average age was rcclcomtd nt seventy five years Although advancing In yens himself Jtho Cardinal found none so active1 as himself t U n d t t I y Y P PALACE I To Be liaised In the Center Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx Present Value of Property Is in Excess of I1undnl1Thou- sand Dollars r Kerry People Come to Front fin Large Numbers For Fair PROMINENT MEN INTERESTED The Irish Palace Building Associa tion of New York has sent out its report which contains all its receipts and expenditures from May 8 1807 to Juno 30 1907 From this report one learns that preparations for the erec tion of a building that will be a home and a headquarters for the Irish societies of New York and a credit to the Irish peoplo are now in a fair way of completion and a finer nito has been secured at the southwest corner of Lexington avenue and One Hundred and Fifteenth street This is the chief feature of a voluminous report issued ito the Irish people in pamphlet form by the Irish Palace Building Assoolutlon gIving time re sult of ten years of work The location is practically in the center of the Boroughs of Manhattan and time Bronx and easily readied l r all time chief transit routes It IB at present occupied by eleven rent OlCHundredtwo on Lexington avenue The property was purchased on June 1 1900 for 66000ofwhich26000hasbeen paid and there Is a mortgage for the remaining 40000 It has a frontage of 125 feet on the south side of One Hundred and Fifteenth street and of 85 feet 11 inches on the west sldo of Lexington avenue but 75 felt west of the avenue the lot widens to 100 feet and continues at tint width for tile remaining 50 foot The present value of the property is 110000 The rental derived from the eleven houses pays the interest on the mortgage the city taxes tho running ixpensfB of the property and adds something every year to the principal The funds with which this property was bought were realized by a fair hold at the Grand Central Palace In 1S9Z Jiuspicttsotan Jixecu tine Committee appointed by the First Regiment Irish Volunteers the booths being managed by committees from twentynine Irish county organ izations composed mainly of ladles whose dcvdMd work was tiie chief factor in the success of the enter prise The not proceeds of the fair amounted to 3553925 but tIme property and funds now controlled by the Irish Palace Building Association eductingtholeaves 9333959 as the amount realizes from tdio original investment Of this sum 2333959 is a cash balance to the credit of the association and C9CG041 its equity in time property after deducting the mortgage Tills shows a remarkably profitable invest ment Time accounts of time association have been audited at Various tithes by a certified public accountant Mr Edward Owen formerly one of the citys Commissioners of Accounts anti time report gives a detailed and Itemized statement of receipts and expenditures from time foundation of the enterprise May 8 1897 lo June 30 1907 With time historical and fi nancial report is eivcji a supplement containing facslmiles ot all the 1m twrtant documents connected with it These are the original charter of the association the certificates of Incorporation time deed of conveyance of time property time policy of title In surance issued by time Title Guaran tee and Trust Company and time certificates of the public accountant It is a coincidence that the Secretary of State who signed the certificate of Incorporation was John T McDon ougli tan IrishAmerican Being incorporated under the laws of Now York time financial reports are filed with the County Clerk and the association Is under time jurisdic tion of the Supremo Court so that it can not be diverted from the original object of its charter and its accounts are open to the Inspection of all citizens Moving an Interest therein This object as stated In the charter istithe construction of u building in the City of New York f jr an armory Jar Me Irish Volunteers and for meetings and asstimbfcigcs of the Irish race in tills city Tho proposed building is to be Irish in every particular of the best style of architecture and with an round tower out Us nlortheast corner Besides having all time features of an armory It will Wave a library well stocked with the best Irish books and meeting rooms for the accommo dation of time societies The report concludes as follows The members of itlift association have endeavored to give a complete exhaustive and authentic report of their administration of Its affairs to time tad that all who have on Internal in time subject may become thor oughly Informed of dime exact condi tion of the association mid may see their way fua1d in raising the neces nary funds to complete limo good work by the construction of a build Ing upon the land owned by Uie association whidh will be a lasting monu mcnt to time glory of time Irish race The report is signed by time follow lug members of the association James iR OBelrno Roderick T Ken nedy John 13 Kelly Edward C Sheeny Edward Browne Stepheni McFartoJifl Wllllaan II Walker Edward Gassln John J Joyce Charles u t d i rl ilJ l i T Crowley John Devoy Daniel F Cohalan Time late Col William L Brown was Treasurer of the association and Mr Edward S Shccliy former Com missioner of Taxes has been admin istering the funds since his death timethirtytwoKerry men are 600 ahead of any thohoodtale next in line Is Clare with 1400 Tyrone ism third with 1300 and so on down until Wlcklow comes in with 12482 TAXATION Ireland Impoverished That England May Grow Rich Many Americans sympathize with tscyhavoand downtrodden Others scorn Ire land and everything Irish Not ono out of every 1000 Americans knows anything of tIle way time people of Ireland are overtaxed The population of Ireland is about 4500000 For the year 1903 Great Britain has taxed the Irish peoplo 47450000 or 215000 more than last year The tax on tea will be 2700000 tobacco 6455000 wine 460000 foreign spirits 1740000 whisky beer etc including licenses 17240000 In all nearly 30000000 Every time an Irish woman buys a nglisnCiovernment Tile actual profit made out of Ireland last year by time English Government urns 9055000 If the people would diminish the purchase of wxclsable articles by onehalf England would lose from 2000000 to 2500000 a year on the government of Ireland IIICHAIU L SHIEL Native of Ireland Who Rose to Eminence as Eng lish Statesman iRiohard Lalor Shell one of the worlds mot famous orators was born near the City of Dublin In 1701 Ills parents were wealthy and he received many educational advantages After receiving hk primary course at Trinity College Dublin be went ito the famous Jesuit College at Stonyhurst England At time age of tiwertty he was called 1o the bar Not long after he was elected to the British Parliament from Mllbournc Port and at once commanded the respect oif his fellows by the vigor earnestness and eloquence of leis speech He mats ever In the fore front of battle for Ireland anti the Tr1s1i Ilewas a frIemRolbeflyanl a foe to tyranny During his career In Parliament Mr Shlcl attached himself to the Whigs and successively became Queens Counsel Privy Councillor Commissioner of Greenwich Hospital Vice President of the London Board of Trade Judge Advocate General Master of the Mint and died at Florence in 1851 while serving as Englands Minister Plenipotentiary to Italy Ills orations in Parliament are regarded as English classics EASTER FLOWERS Louisville florists are now busy furnishing bulbs to girls and matrons who like to make presents of flow ers at Easter Hyndnths tullpa anti janmdls are she most popular bulbs at this season of the year JTlieyaro the easiest to raise and are most emblematic of spring These bulbs can be planted In this climate two weeks from the present and will bloom In Easter MRS PHARAOHS GEMS The jewels of the wife of Set II one of time Pharaohs have been found In Thebes and have been sent to tho British Museum In London Set II Is believed to have been tho Pharaoh of the Book of Exodus Little is known about Mrs Setl or whether hUS1bandsprobably gazed upon by Joseph or Moses IRISH CASTLES An exchange says Athlonc is oni of time few places in Ireland where we aro told a castle calslcn or cals tel was erected in prcNorman times Time Four Masters in the year 1120 say Time Castle of Athlone and this bridge were erected by Turlough OConor In the summer of this year i e time summer of the drought The other preNorman castles so far as known were nt Balllnasloe Gal way and Collooney all erected ii 1124 Cullcanntrach unidentified demolished in 1155 Tunm erected In 1104 and Ferns demolished in 1100 What sort of structures these pro Nonman castles were wcvare nowhere directly told but we may perhaps Inter ithat the one at Athlone at any rate was of wood as it was burned by thunderbolt two years later ARISTOCRACY While Americans deny that there are any aristocrats In the country arid decry aristocracy generally there Is nevertheless the aristocracy of the rich and of tho trust magnates in America Edward Everett one of Americas earliest philosophers and writers said concerning aristocracy What subsists today by violence con tinues tomorrow by acqulesenco and is perpetuated by tradition till at last the hoary abuse shakes the gray hairs of antiquity at us and gives it self out as the wisdom of tho ages Thus the clearest dictates of reason are made to yield to a long succession of follies And this Is the founda tion of the present day aristocratic system Its stronghold with all those not immediately interested In It Is the revorenc t antiquity 4- fn OF i 0 I LOVE OF GOD N In the Only Motive That Actuates Little Sisters of time Poor Homo in Louisville Is One of Many Scattered Over World Care For Aged and Infirm mid Reap No Reward cm Earth WHAT ONE MAY SEE THERE Of the 250000 people that live in Louisville how few thdre are who know time cares anxieties industries and good accomplished by that order known as the Little Sisters of the Poor The sisterhood was founded in Franco nearly a century of Its first branches In timeUnited States was itJiat established In Louisville something more than thlntyfivo years ago One of the first citizens of Louisville to meet the original Little Sisters to aid nnd advise Micnj was Col Mike Muldoon Now as theirfriendgood they accomplish The Little Sisters of the Poor is a religious organization founded in France In Louisville nearly all its 1 members are French though there have been Irish women among them here notably Sister Laurentlne of blessed memory whose nnnia in tha world was Miss Mary McCormack These good women care for the aged and infirm of all races and creeds Negroes mire admitted as freely as whites if there is room for them but whites and blacks men and quartersThcroworld than that performed by the Little Sisters of time Poor Sisters of Charity Mercy Lorctto St Dominic caro for tho orphans educate tho children look after time sick It Is not hard for the human heart to go out in love and sympathy to babies and children When it comes i to carint for old people it is alto gether different It Is the most thankless task on earth and those who undertake it will receive their rewards only in the next world Tho cluster of buildings at Tenth and Magazine streets represent the work of years of toll for the Little Sisters of Louisville There botwfieff 400 and 500 aged and infirm people nre cared for They have no homes Many of them have seen better days but now are dependent upon the bounty of time Little Sisters These Sisters tare gentle of volcn and of modest mien They brig con tinuously from store to store iron door to 1oott Often they get alms occasionally they are Insulted They give thanks for the alms they bear the Insults meekly From restaurants they get bread and other food for their poor In other places they receive clothes scraps of cloth yarn tobacco old newspapers and other odds and ends of refuse stuff The Sisters ore utilitarians they make use of everything Nothing is thrown away The work they have done in this city has elated many residents of Louisville i hut they are unknown to a great many residents of time city It is rare that a person MOler the ago of sixty is admitted to thmelr home Often they are seventy eighty and ninety years old At present there nre some inmates of the home that have passed the century mark They have their dining rooms re fectories dormitories lounging rooms work rooms and chapel The chapel Is so arranged that the very old and infirm can hear mass or assist at any other religious serv ice without having to ascend or descend a flight of stairs The devotion of old people at these services is angelic All have become little chit t dren and assist mt the various sal emnities with childlike devotion When one renters the hall or recep tion room fie may be greeted by an aged woman with a dozen or more dolls She Is polite she will call Mother but her mind is gone back to her childhood days when sho played with dolls or mayhap to iher young wifehood when she was sur rounded by happy children You t smile with iher but not at her and accompany the Mother Superior to otter quarters Perhaps you will be taken into time mens quarters first Some in arm chairs others walking tubbyimppipes dthers are reading newspapers and magazines still others are tciinjr their beads In another room you may encoun tor a deathVd sc ne It may be that time dying one Is a colored person At the bcdsiido Is a nun ihlpela19uI1t1 the room ore aged men aced women reciting prayers for time dyfhc When the weather permits Us ol1 men engap in gardening and trim suing the vines in Rite grape armor while those of the old women who are able to work take their knitting or sewing and sit in the sun or if time tiny is too warm seek Shelter In the Hfhade None will regret a visit to time Little Sisters of the Poor COSTIiY CHALICE STOLEN of historic church t Another theft an treasure is reported from Oenzano where a splendid Chalice valued nt 40000 has been stolen from tlio parish church Time chalice iwas one preserved by The King of Fnmco to Cardinal Dollngwnza afterward Pore lice XIII It was superbly designed and incvusted with diamonds rumbles and topazes Along with the chall5 several other precious articles lie moms of Cardinal DeJfegenzBj ha disa1vpearetLr t- x l rS 1 r A