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F I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XXVLNO 10 LOUISVILlE SATURDAY MARCH 11 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS l APOSTLE Ot Frolnno Will Bo Appropr atoly Honored on Coming Feast Day I Processions Through Streets In Many Cities IB United f States i ItjHglous and Social Celcbn j tion ot the Day in Our Own City F HIBERNIANS MEET TOMORRO r lt Wherever there Is a son or daughter of Erin St Patricks memory will be honored next Friday March 17 In some Instances it has been found more convenient to have the big celebration on Sunday 1larch 19 St Josephs day but nevertheII less St Patricks day is St Pat ricks day and there will be hundreds of thousands wearing the green next Friday In New York Dos on Providence Daltlmor Philadelphia Chicago St Louis and many other cities there will be mammoth street parades AU of these processions will be followed by Jcc tures or musical and literary entertainments In Cincinnati the Most Rev John J Glennon Archbishop of Cincinnati will preach the panegyric of Irelands apostle Louisville will have no street pai ade but the memory of St Patrick will be appropriately honored ot course there will be mass in all the Catholic churches on St Patrick day At St Louis Dertrand churc the day will be observed by the celebration ofhlgh mass in the mdrnln at 8 oclock and following the Stations ot the Way of tho Cross in the evening the Rev Father VIncon Cleary O P will preach the panegyric of St Patrick I of The main celebration of the feast in Louisville will be held on Sunday March 19 under the auspices of tho Jefferson County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians At 630 oclock that morning all the members of tho four divisions wl attend mass at St Patricks churc I d jmdjrecejve holy communion Tho Very Rev Father James P Cronin will celebrate the mass and preach the sermon In the evening at 8 oclock there will be a musical ati literary entertainment at Macauleys cater and the best talent in the et iy has been enlisted to make tho affolr enjoyable I Ttmiorrow afternoon at 23 oclock there will be a quarterly meeting of the Jefferson county A O H at Bertrand Hall when many matters pertaining to the business of tho order will be discussed and tho committee arranging for tin musical and literary celebration 01 WI11IalsoI The talent engaged for tho musical and literary entertainment 01 Sunday evening March 19 Is the host in tho city As has beer previously announced Miss Jennl Giles will preside at tho piano and if you have any Irish blood In your veins you will caolne with her over t Shawns Mead weepI with her over the Fairy Boy let your mar tlal spirit arise with the Minstrel Boy and be ready to fight for Ire land when silo plays Garryowen1 And what Is St Patricks day with out the Harp of Tara Miss Erne McDonald one of Louisvilles sweetest singers will sing that beautiful melody put into English words by Tom Moore Miss Abbie Chester ono of Macklns stars Miss Marie Costigan another local singer of note J J Flynn comedian and vocalist and David J Maloney the well known basso will fill out tho personnel of the musical pro gramme There will be solos quar tettes etc during tho evening During an interlude in the musical programme there will be an ap propriate address on The Day We Celebrate by Attorney J J Kav anagh The committee has left him fancy free in the matter and whether he chooses to dilate on the ancient glories of Erin or the glory of Irish womanhood Is left to him Reserved seats for tho entertain ment are now on sale at Dougherty McEllIotts office Thirteenth and Market streets and at the office of the Kentucky Irish American DIED AT FATHERS HOME Dr Vincent A H Kaltenbrun died at the residence of his father Dr Vincent Ialtenbrun In Frank fort on Wednesday morning Death resulted from perlt6nltls The de ceased Was a native of Frankfort and was twentynine years old He was a graduate of the Louisville College of Dentistry and had prac ticed his profession In Louisville for six years He Is survived by a vlfo and four children Dr Kaltenbrun was soninlaw of J C Fedler of Louisville The young dentist was highly esteemed by all who knew him The funeral took place Friday from the Church of the Good Stoop heM which was filled with sorrow lug friends and relatives ST JOSEPHS TO BE ttEOPEXED IO Rev Brother James Preel dvttt of St Xavleri College has u HelaHy announced that the teMna tare purchased 8t Jo l i College near lUrdttowB an- d7I1 open that institution M a school j II for boys and young men about Sep tomber 1 There are forty acres of farm land around thb building and students will have every opportunity to enjoy fresh air st Josephs Is a historic college but has been closed since 1890 Tho Xaverlan Brothe promise to make the curriculum superior to any In Kentucky MACKIN COUNCIL Planning For Reunion and Another Big Class A big attendance large receip and an early adjournment were tho malked features of the meeting o Mackin Council on Monday nigh Two applications for membership were received and President Itober son appointed two teams of fiftce each to begin a compaign for new members It Is planned to hold another Initiation on the first Sunday in May President Robertson George J Lautz Charles S Raid Joseph Steltenpoh and James T Shelley were appointed a commltte to arrange for tho entertaInment I and banquet incidental to the Inttli ton It is planned to have a class of seventy at least for the coming Illation InII A committee of ten was also named to arrange for a reunion all members of Mackin This williI Include all of those who were ever at any time members of the councl The reunion will probably be held the latter part of this montl Charles S Randy reported that rehearsals for the coming opera wer being held twice a week A chorus of fifty is hard at work and this nuriTJSr will be augmented befor many days GAY TIME On Cherokee Road at AI Kolbs Surprise Party Little Rose Kolb can keep Lent She is too young to fast so she he1l1 a vey dear secret in her lIttlo mind I and heart instead Tuesday was the birthday of her father J Alton Kolb of 1214 Cherokee road Little Hose heard her mamma and friend planning to surprise her papa but Rose does not like to see her lathe embarrassed She held her peace just to keep Lent I I Tuesday evening Mr Kolb was preparing for his vesperlan stead when a number 6T well beloVei I friends entered unceremonIously and took possession of the house I Mrs Kolb and the children were de lighted but Al was stunned Befor I he realized what had happened or what was golng to happen next he had been congratulated on his birth day presented with a handsome and serviceable electric lamp and forcer occuIpledI music and dancing All enjoyed the evening and wished their surprIsed host many happy returns of the daI The guests included Messrs and Mesdames Al M Emler John Seraghty Adolf Sehllnger Anderson li Marlin Lawrence Marlin Charles White Claude Annewahl ind LouIs Rammers Mr Kolb It pleased with his ourprisoand proud f the little daughter who had a secret and kopt It I t IRISH LEAD LIST I The Catholic Sun of Syracuse N Yi is responsible for this very agreeable Item concerning New York yanks Discussing the financial ffatrs in a Wall street bank parlor aa banker commented on tho great Increase In savings bank deposits I think It is not generally known that tho Emigrant Savings Bank of this city is now the largest institution of Its kind In America Till of late his distinction has belonged to the Bowery Sayings Bank Last week the deposits of the Emigrant Savings lank rose to 106000000 the reatest savings deposit of any In titutlon of its kind In the country homas M Mulry Is President of the Emigrant The Trustees are Michael E Bannln James Clarke Michael J Drummond Charles F Fornes F St Gannon Joseph P Grace Robert J Hoguet James G Johnson Ilchael F McDermott James Mc Govern James McMann Thomas M I lulry L V ODonohue John G OIIeefe John J Pulleyn Herman I Udder Myles Tierney William iarkness and Henry HeIde HISTORIC EDIFICE The building owned and occupied by the Hibernian society at Charles ton S C Is one of the oldest in I hat beautiful and historic old town It Is of colonial architecture with luted columns rising to the height of the threestory porch The otunda Is ot equal height and a conspicuous furnishing is a fourfoot ectlon of a column brought from tho Giants Causeway In County intrlm Ireland In the main room Ion the ground floor are hung oil alntlngs of officers of the society tatting with President Burke who tflclatod in 1784- WORTHY CHARITY Tho people of St Columbas Mirth will give a big novelty euchre and lotto for the benefit of the hutch in the Jarge Slnlng hall at pntalrieFsrry Park OH Easter Mon ay including afternoon and even J hc There will be peclall arms e for the children during the 1mlIl1o Tickets are balm sold iilat tie =tire cents and are good for- anise lotto or upper J c D 1 1h CLOSED And Molted Aro Doors of Vatican I u and Famous Chapels Tills Year Iope Plus Sees Only Htinilllatli of Church In Romes Exposition Italian Government Now Threatc to Suspend Law of Guarantee OUTCOME ANXIOUSLY AWAITED Late advices from Rome to the secular papers say that the Vatican Is very much In earnest about abat- Ing pilgrimages and suspendIng thisII the Vatican The Popes edict pre venting pilgrimages will cause a- I serious falling off In the attendant at the proposed Italian exposition 1 In Rome Pope Plus has ordered the Sistine chapel the Raphael Loggia and Stanza the sculpture and palm ing collections in tho Latera Museum and other attraction barred and bolted from now unUt November 1 As a result thousand of Catholic tourists will stay awa from Rome this year La Tribuna one of tho Govern ment organs bitterly complains that the efforts of tho Vatican are base on a false assumption that the fete are In commemoration of the actual possession of tho Etornn City by the Italian Government July 1 1871 and not of the Turin declaration of ten years before March 17 1861 when the kingdom of Italy came into being and Rome was des Ignated as Its capital I Catholic organs are divided on this point Some declare that tho Italian Government is preparing to celebrate the humiliation the churc suffered In 1871 under the guise o the flfltleth anniversary of the colorless Turin event Others are of the opinion that whichever anniversary lis to be commemorated It Is the Intent of the Government to humlllat I hp church I As a matter of fact t1ie Government has formally declared that the exposition is to commemorate tho fiftieth anniversary of Rome as the capital of the kingdom while the Vatican has by several document and a quantity of authorized yet unofficial literature declared with iqual formality that the Italian GovII irnment was about to celebrate tic mmlllatlon the church suffered orty years ago Ono of these docu nehts reads as follows Tho open ind secret enemies of the Holy Set have decided to celebrate In v the Eternal City In commemoration ol the sacrilegious capture of Rome orty years ago This celebration by- Its character Is a prolonged and eX- plicit Insult lasting an entire year ItI Is the evident and declared Intent to inflict a deep and stinging pain on the Vicar of Christ by celebrating this affair under his very eyes The entire Catholic world realizes tho reason for the attitude of the Pope When Constantine the Great was Emperor he gave the reigning Pope dominion over several Italian States or provinces so that the Pope ecame a temporal as well as a l ritual potentate Front century to century the temporal dominion of the Popes were increased always by gift never by conquest For 1600 years the right of the Popes to temporal power was unopposed In Italy Then camo tho events of 861 and 1871 which resulted in the ruthless destruction of church roperty the taking away of the patrImony ot the Popes and the Imprisonment in the Vatican of Plus IX His successors Leo XIII and Plus X have likewise been prisoners o tf the Italian Government There Is nail wonder that the Vatican Is owning on the coming exposition Now the Government is threaten- Ing to retaliate by suspending the socalled law of guarantee and forc- Ing the Vatican to open Us doorsI and the doors of its famous chapels aslllcas and museums to the public Tho outcome will be watched with Interest by all DIAMOND CatholicsII Mrs Emma Bundschu widow oft Fran1c li Bundschu celebrated her sventyflfth birthday at the home her daughter Mrs David B Gar vey last Sunday Only her children and grandchildren were present atl thIB quiet celebration The children are Sister M Adele of the SacredI Heart School Cincinnati Chris A undschu of Chattanooga Tenn dward A Bundschu of Knoxvllle heresa Bundschu now in Now York Capt Frank Bundschu of the ouisvllle Fire department Phil undschu ot the Louisville ftNash v111e Railroad Company and Mrs avid B Carvey of Louisville Children and grandchildren united Inia wishing Grandma Bundschu many appy returns of the day PANEGYRIC OF ST PATRICK The panegyric of St Patrick wilt he preached by one of the Dooiinl can Fathers at St Louis Bertrand church next Friday evening at 720 clock lies fe customary at St ouie Bertrendg the oollectlon tken up thai er ninc will be turned onr to the conference of the St r n- Il o D Vincent do Paul Society to be dis tributed among tho poor of the parish Tho name of the priest who will preach has not been announced but It Is safe to say that tho com ing panegyric will be an eloquent one MISS ADDIEt9 ESTER Who Will Appear St Hibernian En- tertaInment at Macauleys AT KESTI I Paralytic Stroke Proves fatal to Mrs Amy G Ford Mrs Amy G Ford the voneral mother of Attorney Newton G Rogers died at her home 1382 South Sixth street on Monday even- Ing Death followed a stroko paralysis sustained a few hours before The deceased was elghtysevi years old and a member of an old and aristocratic American family The house In which she was born Is- I said to be the oldest stone structure In New York Mrs Ford was mar- rled twice In 1851 she married Mason Rogers a commission mer chant of New York who died a few years later In 1868 she became tl wlfo of Dr James C Ford Soon after their marriage they removed to Louisville Dr Ford died eight years ago Two children survive They aro Attorney Newton G Rogers and Miss Emma Rogers She also leaves two sisters Mrs Florence Briggs tor Louisville and Mrs Henrletl Leggott off New York and ono brother Newton Gay of Spotsylvanl Court House Va Mrs Ford was a devout member of St Louis Bertran church Her funeral took 111ace from that edifice on Wednesday morning Tho departed lady wtas cultured In the ways of the world and refined fn Christian charity Her son and daughter havo tho syn pathy of many friends In heir be reayement SOLEUNrrUIDUU1U Will Close With Sermon b Right Reverend Bishop The solemn trlduum In honor of St Frances of Rome which bega at St Frances of Rome church Clh ton on Thursday morning will tie brought to a close at the services at 730 oclock tomorrow evening rhe Rev Father Thomas W White wll be assisted at solemn vespers by sev oral1 Franciscan fathers The Rlgh Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville will preach tho sermon and will also officiate at benediction of tho Most Blessed Sacrament During tho ceremonies the roll tsxosslbus of St Frances will bo ox posed for tho veneration ot tin faithful This relic was brough from Rome last year by Fathe WhiteSt Frances lived in tho Eterna City In the fifteenth century Upon the death of her husband she re tired to a religious life and founder the brder of Oblate nuns Like herself her companions were widow who had resolved to devote their time and fortune to the education o Lvoor children and to other works of charity The order has grow nand flourished for 500 years When Father White was In Rom last year he had the privilege o celebrating mass on the altar under which her coffin is exposed The altar Is in the church original called Maria del Nouva The churcl was partially destroyed by fire but was later rebuilt reconstructed and dedicated to St Frances o Romp Her tomb was erected by a sister of Pope Urban III and Is salt to be one of the most beautiful ant costly in Rome CONNECTICUTS FIRST PRIEST It was not until 1828 that the first resident priest established himself I In Connecticut The Rev Bernard OCavanaUgh settled tha year in Hartford Tho limits of his parish were coterminate with those of the State This was only eighty two years ago Today there are li the same territory 169 regularly eS tabltiiied parishes Each ot theSE parishes has Its pastor Som81 them are extensive enough to require the services of more priests The Catholic population of the State In the opinion at those WJH sire In a position to judaas curately is 1110 be fully 400000 i J i a fRANC I Has New Premier anti New Cn Inet nut Situation Is ChnotlcII no1 Proganiino oi Now ministry PorII vcnls No Good 1ten sou Existence Very Vogue Ilcgnrcling Qnestio I ot Regulating the Congregations HOW LONG CAN MINISTRY EXIS Franco has a new Premier and t new Cabinet and the question Is being frequently asked How long will they last All the politic Journals of Paris except the ex tromo radicals are of tho opinion I that Premier Monls has assembled a scratch Ministry and few politics observers believe it can last for an considerable time Only two or three men arc considered to posse ministerial ability All are clever men of affairs however JT Monls the Premier Is a lawyc and VlUculurlst or vlnegrowor aUll until three months ago was also a manufacturer of brandies He Is believed to have withdrawn from the brandy business because he be lloved himself in line for the Premiership and know that he would figure much better In the public eyo without that connection M Bertreaux the new Minister of War is a stock broker Minister Cruppl is a lawyer M Delcasse Is considered tho ablest statesman iiIn the new Cabinet How long he w111 be content with fourth place In regard to influence Is questionable I I I M Monls who was born iiIn Glronde in 1846 Is of massive phj steal mold with a phlegmatic en dowment of good nature and capabl always of fully defending his pen sonal dignity He helped floor the first Radical Ministry that c Bourgeois Today ho heads a Mir Istry which Is nothing If not ills tlnctly Radical Ho collaborate with M WaldeckRousseau In oppcI sltlon to the Combes Ministry and yet Is t01aythe chief Senatorial representative of tine CombeU party At tho same time his politics ersonallty contrasted with that jf M Combes seems to characteriz him as a much safer Premier than the latter He has an authoritative manner and a certain gift of oratory It was M Monls who organize ho great strike of viticulturists In the GIrondo district against the egal delimitation of the Bordelalsi vino region Ho can never hope to bo as distinct a directing force In government as was M Brland resident Falllores is said to regari Ililm as capablo of healing tho wide reach that exists with tine Republican i ranks simply because ho Is belt I to be less violent than other Com lelst leaders but through his Cab- Inet represents the three great coups of the Lofttho Radicals UtllcalSoclallsts and Republicans I he very fact of his reputed moderation Is already giving rise among them IP rumblings of discontent The programme of the new Mln rtry reveals no convincing reason far Its existence Professedly Its policy regarding the lay and clerical schools Is to be as moderate as that of the Briand Cabinet Tho Ministry rill push along the movement for lectoral reform Including the project for proportional representation Itt also proposes to develop the navy In its Intended treatment of the allway workers particularly those who forfeited their positions at theme ot the recent strike there is a tanked departure from the Brand policy Intervention is promised to obtain the reinstatement of these men by the companies Arbitration for tho purpose of obviating strikes wl11 bo favored That part of tho programme which Is tho vaguest and most obscure aIi hence gives rise to the greatest Isquletude relates to the question of the Congregations There is a lain attempt in certain quarters to Inl1 public apprehension by the pretense that M Monls inherits tho mod- erato policy of M Brland but this Ist palpably absurd since It was the I dIminished majority in favor of this connection which caused tho change ofr Cabinet M Combes Is styled by the Journal des Debats Honorary resident of the Council and It de ares that the despotic Combelst bloc has been reconstituted I The situation Is indeed above all elsl problematical at tho present moment and on tho whole the irmatlon of tho Monls Ministry has brought renewed anxiety to France without any compensating rospect of Improved political condl tlens FOLLOWING FATHERS LEAD1 William Archer Redmond M P son of John E Redmond the Irish atlonal leader will soon sail or- ItAustralla in response to a request from the United Irish League there Richard Hazleton another IrIsh atlonallat member of Parliament w11 accompany young 1r Redmonds mother t of Australia Mrnedri10nt DEATHS AT I I Mrs Xllen Sullivan agent ninety twyr died at the home pf he 14ht r Mn Mary C Stewart a I r Lexington Ky on Monday morning Three children survive They are Mrs Stewart and Messrs J P and C V Sullivan On the same day William Whalen a popular yaung man of Lexington passed away He Is survived by his mother Mrs Ellen Whalen and a sister Mrs T J Sullivan of Louisville Both of the deceased ware highly esteemed In- the Blue Grass capital OUR BISHOP Will Pay Tribute to St Pat rick at Patronal Church IThe Right Rev Denis ODona hue Bishop of Louisville will preach the sermon appropriate to the occasion at St Patricks church next Friday morning Tne Very i Rev Father James P Cronin V G and pastor of St Patricks will eel bratb the high mass at 930 ocloc The music will bo In keeping with i the occasion and Prof Schmitt will preside beer an augmented chol Grpan and choir will be suppl mented with a cornet accompan anent ltult1be a sure enough celebration of cSt Patricks Day In the Morn In Bishop ODonaghue Isva typo o Irish apostles that hold thou her Rage from St Patrick If he cali1 speak of Kelly Burke and Shea at Grand Rapids how much more feol Ingly will he address his own IrIsh flock on the day that Irish emotions are at their tenderest and best For years It has been customary to celebrate St Patricks day wIth approrrlate ceremonies at St Pat ricks church and the present Vicar General continues the custom Who ever possible tho late Bishop Mc Closkey was present at these observances St Patricks Is one io the oldest churches In the ctty Nearly all her original members aro dead but their spirits live in the hearts and souls of their chlldrt avid gfaiidchlldren PAPAL REVENUES May Be Supplemenued by Contributions of the Clergy According to current advices In secular newspapers Cardinal Gibbons has a plan fora regular an nual contribution from the Archbishops Bishops and priests of tho United States for the support of the Pope The samo rumor has it that Cardinal Gibbons will lay his plans before tine Archbishops of the com to at their next meeting It Is sall1 the plan has already met with approval in Roman ecclesiastical circles The proposed gift is not In anyway connected with tho Peter pence collection taken up in all the ihurches each year That concern he laity alone The new Idea is to secure absolutely voluntary contrl cottons from the priests and fish ops This year has been chosen as ia most appropriate one for Inaugur ting this custom because the ordinary sources of revenue for the Vatican will be curtailed to a great extent because Pope Plus X has declared there will be no Consistory no pilgrimages and no solemn re eptlons In Rome this year Gift form a very considerable source o evenue required to carry on the dmlnlstratlon of Vatican affairs The proposed gift of the clergy flit not be an imposed tax in any sense of the word Christmas has been discussed as a suitable time for calling for these contributions The money will bo sent to a contra iiireaii for transmission to tint aticanE3Ifn6L181HNG CATHEDRAL The Very Rev Father P M J took rector of the Cathedral Is examining designs for stained glass art windows for that venerable edifice Ono of the most beautiful of the nov Indows will be the gift of the lergy of this diocese and will bet memory ot the late Bishop Will lam George MeCloskey Severn local Catholic societies will probably donate funds for handsome windows Itt Is said that the handsomest Stations of the Way of the Cross ever seen In Louisville will be placed In tho Cathedral between now and Easter Sunday LIVED AND DIED TOGETHER A telegram from Los Angeles Cal on last Saturday says After lore than half a century of service as nuns cojnlnf side by side from theIr homo In Spain to be pioneer teachers in the diocese death separated Mother Carmel Argelaga and Istor Frances ot tho Convent of the minaculate Heart at Hollywood but for only twentyfour hours Title tornlng a double funeral servIce was lucid lin the convent chapel and tho bodies of the two nuns were tinted sldo by side In Calvary come tery Fiftyfive years ago lIn Spain thoy entered the religious order of tho Immaculate Heart of Mary hirtyolght years ago they came hore WHEN TO QUIT I IJCXOWS F Dunne of Chicago acknowledges that he barmen defeated for the Democratic ominatlon for Mayor and with raws his contest He says ho be- Illeves that Carter Harrison won the nomination fairly Judge Dun has always been a fair fighter n- nI MERRY WAR In Ireland Result ol Cutting the Salary of the Lord I Mayor o First Citizen of the Land Stung Whom 10000 Is Sliced om shad Hard Struggle to Reach Top aril Not Afraid oi Foes TAKES RETALIATORY MEASURES There Is a merry war on in Ireland and both sides of tho controversy are finding a rocky road in Dublin Alderman John J Farrell the new Lord Mayor is objection CityCorporationsalary of 18000a year to 8000 closingthetogive giveballsplace Now the people have taken supportingtheJorporatloji In response to the querfqs of a correspondent of the New York Her YrgItw UUOL mightbestate without a Parliament of our positionIcht and the Mayor of Greater New forlc though of course I need hardly say without the power of either We have no Crown apparently tile Lord Mayor had not read Mr Redmonds speech no Presl lent of a republic therefore tho Lord Mayor of Irelands capitall rep resents the State so far as we IrIsh- men arc concerned You may not be aware pro accordIngtopity which has the privilege of presenting a petition in state at tho barof tho House of Commons and hat according to British charters the Lora Mayor of Dublin is tho irst citizen of Ireland in the abs ceof the King unless Itjl1lieLord Lieutenant when he Is presld ng In the Privy Council At all other times the Lord Mayor is by tatute the first citizen and next to the ICing 1 Questioned as to the coming royal visit Mr Farrell said The people of Ireland are disposed to be friendly toward King George Thoy were fond of his ather King Edward and if home rule were granted would give King Ge rge an official welcome The people of Great Britain are beginning to understand Ireland better anl1 for this wo have In a large measure to thank tho United States which has shown unvarying good wl11 for Ireland Even a friendly smile from the great republic has been of great value to poor little roland The United States have beon to us our sheet anchor in distress and we are groateful Long live tho United States say I Mr Farrell did not wish to speak of his business In addition to being a newsdealer ho conducts a boot and shoe store My life has been an eventful one ho said No man has had more earnest friends and attt the same time such relentless enemIes I have come right up from the bottom of tho ladder and I sup pose I must start downward again when my year of office Is up I hopo my downward movement will receive as strong opposition as my pward one did Isnt that a delicious Irish touch Mr Farrell Is a strong politician and says Just what he thinks His wife Is if anything stronger Mrs Farrell traces her ancestry back to the Norman Raymond Le Gros who camo with Strongbow and whose ascendants like the Fltzgoralds became more Irish than tho Irish lemselves II She has just presented tho Lord Mayorelect with jt iQn Alas had the interesting oven I taken place after his installation as ChIef Magistrate the Corporation would according to ancient custom have voted him a silver cradle The Mansion House where the Lord Mayor will not reside unless hIs salary Is restored Is one ot tho nest buildings In the city situated In the fashionable quarter It is believed that tho people of Dublin wl11 force the corporation to pay the awsdealer Lord Mayor the full satnary of the office so that be may be ablo to untold Its tradItional bos r pita + v t ryar ot Vl I Y KENTUOKY IRISa AJMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGM devoted to the Social and Word Mvanceweraeat of Irish Anerlcus and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie CnUrodit the LanliYlll PoitofHc us SecoadCleM rutter Aidreii all CoHBMlcitlui tt the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 11 1911 F EXPERIENCE TIMOlUSII 1from the beginning of the mov I ment the Kentucky Irish AmericanI has protested against the use of Louisville public schools as a rendezvous for mothers clubs par entteachers associations hen parties and kindred assignations TheII new Board of Education encouraged the misguided movement by giving free rent free mutt service and free light to the either I F misguided or malgulded suffragettes Some weakkneed people say Dont protest The Catholics do not patronize the public anyhow I schoolsII TheDont they Louisville patronize the schools b paying a very large share of the taxes that support them Why thenl should not Catholics have a voice 1In their management Negro preachers are demanding moro negro teacher more school facilities and mor truant officers CommlairncI 1 Gottschalk says tho negr childre constitute a fifth ofdio number of childcurf aggregateII public schoolsfbut none enough to assert that the negroes pay oc fifth of the taxes Oh tho other hand the Catholics of Louisville pay a very large part of tho citys taxes support their I own schools and yet are not allowed a voice in the governance of the public schools they pay to support Is this justice Tho Board of Education now finds that it will have tospend more than 14000 to carry out the ti demands of the mothers clubs and parentteachers associations Experience is a wise but a very dear teacher TilE DEAD AND TIm QUICtf Say nothing of the dead unless it Is good is an old aduge But how can one keep his peace when thinking of the Sixtyfirst Congress which died officially last Saturday r 11bad a Republican malSrltV In1 bOth I houses but neither majority wasiiI true to the party the people or the President of these United State I The record of the Sixtyfirst ConIII gress Is ono long story of gross betrayal of trust and violation of pledges in its first session and iof almost hopeless failure incapaclt and blundering in its second session The not result is that the President Is forced to call an extraordinary session of the SixtysecbnI Congress Its primary purpose andI the one lIe will press on its attention will be tho Canadian reciprocity agreement but there Is no legal limit to the action of Congress in an extraordinary session What is done or left undone IB entirely in the discretion of the majority In the Congress that began Its legal term at noon last Saturday and will assemble at the call of the President on April 4 the great change in public feeling will be strongly expressed There has been a change of 113 votes In the House of Representatives The Republlca majority of fortyseven has been turned Into a Democratic majorit of sixtyseven In the Senate wher the Republicans had within two vote of twothirds their majority of twentyeight Is reduced to ten Naturally such a revolution wll give rise to a good deal of confusion at first and on that account the extra session will prove a ditflcul ordeal for the new majority in the House Enaclmont of the Canadlar reciprocity agreement will naturally be the first business pt the neW Congress Tho authorization of a Tariff Commission will probably be the next Beyond these it is to beI hoped that the two houses of Congress wilt proceed with deliberation and care The country will watch with eager scrutiny the tendency of their course I Rmpilll J XOE t r 7 I board than over was known in the palmist days of Mayor Rose which called the church people to turn to Socialism Vice is rampant The much touted municipal dance has j been abandoned as contributing to the social evil The Mayor of Milwaukee is fully cognizant of these I evilsThe 1 Socialist administration proposes to abandon the garbage crematory uullt at an expense of I 225000 It has been forced toI I borrow money to pay current qtl arles The interest alono on th borrowed money amounts to 12000 Public offices aro being filled with relatives of those high In Soctall councils In short tho record of tho Milwaukee Socialist admlnlstrntlu has been one of promise not or performance J+ jyiiivr SGIIAIW CASK r fCongressman Ben Johnson wasII surely in earnest on Thursday of I last week when he denounced E L Scharf a professional lobbyist for practices unbecoming a gentlema According to Congressman Johnso Scharf has beet attempting Ito persuade members of Congress that lie could deliver the Catholic voto In certain States and districts Somo 10f the Congressmen wero foolish enough to believe this and paid Scharf money for his influence Johnson says Scharf also posed as- a Knights of Columbus The Con greosmans rebuke was not stinging It was crushing This fellow Schai has been heard from before The KnghtS of Columbus will not stan for a man of his ilk Tho Kentucky Congressman is to bo congratulate on his straightforward manner ot putting an end to dishonest lobbing AVKMi WORTH TRYING Shyster lawyers and unscrupulous I or misguided relatives will not bring so many suits to break tho wills oft testators If the Legislatures of the various States pass a moasurI similar to that offered by A I Plllsbury of Boston to the Mass chusetts Stato Assembly The measure pfo Vl3es that proof of thoi I mental sanity of the testator and oft or her freedom from unduet may be presented to aii IIhis or Probate Judge whit i testator Is living Not many wills are broken now but the wrangling of helrsatlaw and nextI of kin provoke constant I and cat up estates during the progress of litigation Any measur e intelligently aimed at this abuti should be passed and tried out i J practice for the benefit of all thoi States JUST SOVlIISTUY A learned philosopher of th ti present day says distrust is the tae knowledge a great heart learns So 1 Then President Taft must have a great heart His reliance and trustIt In former Secretary of the intend r Balllngcr has never been shaker No Ho oven trusts him when Balllngcr says he resigns because llC IB sick Take our own Senator Paynter and Bradley They certalnl have no distrust of Lorliuer Surely heEO men must have great hearts iIC the philosophers sophistry be true I MODERN SUN WORSHIPERS Rev Father Bernard Vaughan LS J frequently referred to as the modem Savonarola attributes the ailing off of Londons social festivities in Lent not to hearts warm with sympathy with Christ but because the weather Is too cold for chiffon and laces Instead ol astlng he says they have test Ins Fqr selfdenial they have BitIndulgence In place of listening to Gods word In the church they go abroad to worship the sun at the seashore CONCERNING IMMIGRANTS Jacob Schlffthe New York banker and financier Is eminently allfled to pasa upon social and onomlc conditions In tho United States To a reporter for one of e leading New York papers he saW a few days ago iiiiI do not believe a man should bodenledentry tote thU country cause he J8 Illiterate or because he- has no money Some of our prom+ I men today are sonsgf Illiterate I and willing to work ho should be allowed to enter provided ho is notjj a criminal The Hebrews represent 2 per cent of the population of this j country It should be at least 5 per cent and we need fully 3000000 more Jews I believe however that they should be distributed through the West The Immigrants have made this country and not the wealthy aristocrats who live on Fifth avenue Would you rather take the word of flanker Schiff or the advice of i the Junior Order The AlURussian Nobility Conj gress has voted to oust Jews from the Government and military serv ice This is what the AP As and I Junior Orders would do In the United States if they succeeded In their campaign against the Cath olics Toleration Ithest mani I festation qf intelligence It is toleration that demonstrates aII mans fitness for membership in Ancient Order of Hibernians and smilax organizations of Catholics I Our Junior Order neighbors ought to profit by Catholic example BARNEY GILM011E In Irish Drama at Avenue Theater Next Week Barney Gilmore one of the most popular Irish comedians on the American stage today comes to the Avenue Theater next week in his I IDARNEY GILMQRE t new drama Kelly From tho Erne 3aId Isle ItThe new play was wrl ten for Mr Gilmore by Joseph La Brandt a versatile and vivacious dramatist Kelly From the Emerald Isle has been a great suc cess wherever produced The story tells of the adventun of Corney Koliy a lovable your Irishman The scenes are laid at a ranch In Wyoming Mr Gilmore i iii 11 the role of Kelly Is said to have the best part in his career During the course of the play tho star will alng several new Irish songs and will1 hiterpolate a number of the bId favorile melodies- i iI A strong supporting company In cludi g Mina Shirley Jack Dale Helen Densmore Harry Maitlan Zella Rambo Alan Stanhop Thomas H Wallace Ted V Armon 11 11Rex and several other well know people will present the various role I An elaborate scenic production showing some beautiful scenes of the far West is promised A specl l matinee will be given on the afto noon of Friday March 17 in addle tlon to the usual matinees on Tuc I It- day Thursday and Saturday III Gilmore is a Hibernian and a Knight of Columbus Wherever he goes he is hall fellow with members of both organizations lie is likely to hat I a crowded house on Friday afternoon and evening NEWS NOTES I Harvards exploration expeditio I In Guatemala has discovered that poured concrete houses existed iIn that territory as early as 2000 years ago The Vatican has announced the nomination of the Very Rev Josepl P Lynch to be Bishop of Dallas I Texas to succeed the late Blsho p DunneFor the third time within a yea r Bishop Muldoon of the new dloeefv e of Rockford Ill has received a 5000 donation for tho education o r a seminarian to the priesthood In accordance with a decree is sued by the Holy See forbidding oc clcstastics to retain any position hav- Ing a pecuniary responsibility Bishop Sheehan of Waterford Ire land has resigned as trustee of th Waterford Savings Bank Current rumor In London has iltj that Lord Granard is soon to be appointed Viceroy of Ireland Lady Granard it will bo remembered was Miss Beatrice Mills daughter of a New York millionaire Just now the Granards aro giving a series of brilliant dinners in tho British cap italGeorgetown University which Is conducted by the Jesuits is improving its seismological observatory by Installing four of the latest im proved seismographs The Improvements will mako this earthquake recorder the greatest observatory ott Its kind in the United States if not In tho world The Catholic Educational Associa thou ot the United States will holdl Its eighth annual meeting in chi Migo Ill June 2630 ArchbishopI ulgley of Chicago and Monilxrior Thomas J Shahan President Gen Eral of the Association extend a lordlal invitation to all CatholisI diicatpni to e prMHt 0- a LlU f- e n I f r SOCIETY B9abt Mrs J II Farrell of Nashville Is TIEsterleBliss Josephine Shelley has returned from an extended visit to 1 El Paso Texas- Miss Elizabeth Downs has gone to Dardstown to be the guest of Mrs C V Tucker haveII William Coleman and family returned from a visit to friends at Carrollton Ky I Miss Elizabeth Molloy has gone to- I St Louis to spend some time as the guest of Miss Mary Kent Mrs M E Dillon of New York City is the guest of her sister Mrs J O Davis of Crescent Hill I1I1r and Mrs Shea of Maysvlll who have been the guests here ofI- I Mrs Mallby have returned home Mrs Joseph Grimes Is spending several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs James Payne at Eliz bethtownMiss I McCloskey lias gone to New York to spend some time as the guestof her brother John L McCloskeyI I T B Kelly J T Sullivan iand James B Ryan were among theI Louisville sojourners at West Daden Springs this week I Lieut William Conllffo and Ills estimable wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a boy baby at their home In the Highlands this weokII T F Cullen a veteran Fenian Is seriously ill at his home 809 South Fourth street His many friends hope to hear of his speedy recover Mrs Mary Kelly of Lexington Is visiting Mrs Alex Woodruff at Crescent Hill Mrs Kelly Is ron valcsclng from a severe spell of IllnessMr and Mrs Philip Mazzoni have announced the engagement of t elrII daughter Miss Katherine Louise I toI Charles H Buddekc The wedding will take place In May Mrs William Richards Jr of Chicago who has been ill Is here to spend the remainder of the month with her parents Mr and MrsJo seph J McCloskoy of il5 East Ormsby avenueIMrs Walter Lincoln is visiting her sister Mrs O N Seely of Cincinnati During her absence Judge Lincoln and his daughter Miss Mae Adams Lincoln are sojourning with Mr and Mrs Charles S NieldILondonI I Mrs T P OConnor of England wife of Hon John Red monds leading lieutenant in the Irish Parliamentary party Is IInl Louisville as the guest of Miss Bai I bour DruceII Mrs Walter E Glover will arrl home from a four weeks stay fI InII I Paris France next Tuesday spent the time with her daughter j Misses Marie and Antoinette Glove who are completing their musici studies In the gay French metropolis f James ONeill the popular steam boatman who suffered a broken leJ 1on the City of Plttsburg severs weeks ago and who has since been confined to his bed in a hospital at Wheeling W Va was able to be removed to his home at 326 Nort Nineteenth street this city o Wednesday The many friends of Mrs Jobn W Gray were rejoiced when they learned that she had sufficiently r covered to bo able to leave last Sunday for a short visit to the country Mrs Gray was seriously lit and for several weeks unable tto leave her room at her home at 370 West Chestnut street I Miss Nellie Keenan of 2529 Mag a ino street entertained her young friends with d masquerade party o 11 Monday everting Among her guest wore Misses Rose Peak Anna Johnj ton Aline Star Emma Gathof Ger- trudeI Oswald Della Burckle Joseph lue Gathof Olive Whaley Geneva Monarch and Rebecca White am Messrs Frank Riney Walter Hatfner Will Felhoelter Stewart Graven Fred Kleffer John Gathot Ieef Parr Lawrence Fusco Elmo rtawes Theodore Harmcs Sldne Adams Will Hufnagell and Hard Parr CHANGE IX SERVICESI i The evening Lenten devotions In H Louis Bertrand church this yeasI vlll take place on Tuesdays ant Fridays Instead of Wednesdays and Fridays as in former years Tht- eason for this Is that the devotion11 known as the Holy HoUr is practiced on Thursday evening The substitu ion of Tuesday for Wednesday will irevent crowding three evening services together VATHlin TROST RKCOVEIIS I Il will be pleasing news to the oulsvllle friends of Rev Father Incent Trost O F M to hear that he Is recovering from a spell ofC seTlous Illness at St Margarets Hospital Kansas City Kas Father 1rost is an eloquent Franciscan and irved several years as pastor of St oniface church in Louisville While Ini Louisville ho gave missions in Sacred Heart church St Patricks and other local Catholic churches INSPECTOR BERRYI The Jeffqrson county Fiscal Court hasapPQlnted John S Berry to tho position of Live Stock Inspector In the county It will be his principal duty to look after sheep ins the oounty IB the Government has del terml edt quarantine again- stibiea dlmM now prevalent Ions Kentucky ahe4p T e new- G 8 Inspector Is a clever andII I I well qualified to care for the dutiesI of the orrtceII THOUGHTS The Way of the Cross Is a Devotion For AH Who Is there among us that canI follow our divine Lord on his wear ling Journey to Calvary without feel- Ing in his heart some of the fearful weight that almost overcame the Man of Sorrows During Lent the Stations make a most appropriate devotion and thousands of Catholics throughout the world go with their Savlouron that agonizing road Those who know not tell us we are Idolators because we have rep rcscntatlons of saints In our churches They tell us that when we kneell before these Stations of tho Cross we are breaking a commandment of God But come non ReIof Crucifixion You can not go t to Palestine for tho purpose Where our dear Lord suffered such tortures for our salvation Here then iiIn every Catholic church we have reprt sensations of fourteen of the princ pal happenings on the Journey Here wo may bring vividly to mind Christ Just as did his blesse mother as told in the beautiful Sta bat Mater Bruised derided cursed defiled She Jieheld her tender Child All with bloody scourges rent Idolatry A million times no Not Idolatry but devotion devotlo to Jesus love for his sorrowful mother faith in Christ and Him crucifiedIdolatry when wo look upon the face seamed with the burden of the worlds sin Idolatry when we see tho Saviour bruised torn scourged mocked by the Jeering mob who fol low Him to the cross Not Idolatry but reviewing the awful scones that must bring to the man who has ia- heart sorrow and remorse and conviction and determination to follow more closely In the footsteps of the GodManDuring Lent Catholic men shoul crowd the churches each evening during the devotion of the Stations During the day those who have spar time should be found following our Lord 1o Calvary When Easte dawns they will be better cleaner more pleasing to the sight of God GiFT FOR ORGAN jAndrow Carnegie the millionaireIIII steel magnate has 1500 to Bishop OReilly of lJakerII City Ore provided that the congregation raise a like sum TheI 3000 is tobe used In purchasing a pipe organ Quite a number or members of the parish have made handsome donations and it is be lieved the necessary sum will soon 1bo realized 1- 1CAN YOU BEAT KERRY I Nashtia N H Hibernians arc Justly proud of one family ten I members of the A O H and Aux lllary In that city They are Patrick Peter Daniel William Mary Nora Anna Ellen Julia and Kath erlne Sweeney children of Mr and Mrs Eugeno Sweeney of Kenmare County Kerry Ireland I IWOHTII APPRECIATED Joseph L Flynn the deput County Assessor was presented b r his colleagues with a handsome gob 1j badge on Monday afternoon Thi presentation speech was made b r Attorney Clem Hugglns Mr Flynn IIIs not only clever and accommodat- Ing to the general public but is tt tower of strength to his colleagues I IrOTIOS PICTURES conIYI to witness the latest moving picture I productions anti hear the newest llustrated songs For next week the bills Will Include some Glint hat are expected to be timely and suggestive of this season of the 1year AUTHOR WEDS 11IHISU to dally papers ieumas McManus the Irish author I and I lecturer was married to Miss latallna Paez In New York on Thursday Miss Paez Is said to bean j author of books for children She Is a daughter of Jose Paez the Irst President of Venezuela Mr IcManus first wife who wroto un rler the pen name of Ethna Carbery died several years ago STRICKEN AT MASS Peter Dick an aged and respected resident of New Albany Is at deathsI door as the result of a stroke of paralysis suffered while attending I miss at St Marys church on Mon ay Mr Dick was born in Germany lIvedlInI Onehalf cupful of rice onehalf in of tomatoes one onion onehalf reen pepper Doll rice about ten mutes then add tomatoes onion and rePPer chopped fins Cook rents minutes season to taste add ae tablespoonful of butter fund flirTfI dr LITERARY ENTERTAINMENT UNDER AUSPICES OF Ancient Order of Hibernians Macauleys Theatre Sunday Mar 19 Best Local Talent in the CityMiss Effie McDonald Miss Abbie Chester Miss Jennie Giles Miss Marie Costigan Mrv John J Flynn and Mr Dave Maloney Address on Irish His tory by J J Kavanagh TICKETS 25 AND 50 GTS On ttlo tt Kentucky Irish American arid Dougherty McElliotts KNIGHTS OF tOUHUffi Late News That Will Intere Members Here and Else where The National Directors will holdI next meeting at D C on April successful Hennepin 24Iand realized 4500 In one week Indiana has decided to make October 12 a State holiday Nineteen other States were ahead of her in this legislation- At Indianapolis last Sunday a State meeting of the Fourth degree was held Representatives of eighteen assemblies were in attendant The council at Butte Mont has donated 200 toward the rebuilding of St Josephs church which was destroyed by fire a few weeks ago In Dubuquo the Knights hae arranged to secure their own home Tho plans of the building committ have been ratified by tho unanimous vote of tho council Kansas City Knights recently tendered a public reception to the Right Rev Bishop Thomas F Lillis and his guest Monsignor DIomedo Fa conlo the Apostolic Delegate The Knights of Toledo Ohio will have a retreat from March 20 1 to April 2 in St Marys church It wUl be conducted by Rev Father John P Command pastor of St Joseph church Trenton Mich- RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Florence Di laney Green wife of E J Green State Immigration Clerk who died at her home 900 South Third street on Monday took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Wednesda morning After the requiem mass the remains were conveyed I tto Walton Ky for IntermentI Charles A Doran a well know blacksmith died at his homo 2229 Cedar street Monday evening He had been suffering from heart trouble for several months Ills wif two sisters and a brother survive lIon Samuel L Robertson Is a nephew of the deceased The funeral took place from the rei Idence on Wednesday afternoon The funeral of Martin Moran who died at the family residence 507 South Sixth street on Thursday of last week took place from the Cathedral on Saturday morning The deceased was a well known and popular journeyman tailor He iIs survived by his wife Mrs Ellen Moran and one brother Joseph M Moran who came to Louisville to attend the funeral Tho funeral of Mrs Alice Downey who died at her home 2036 Portland avenue on Sunday took place from St Patricks church on Tuesday morning The large al tendance of sorrowing friends attested tho esteem In which the dc ceased was held Tier husbani William Downey one son Thorns- Downey I her mother Mrs Mary Tierney and a brother Thomas I Tierney survive her The decease was thirtyeight years of age and was well beloved In the community which she lived lln The funeral of Mrs Mary Currai pioneer member of the Cathedral tqok place from the Cathedral of the Assumption 1m Tuesday morning Her death oc curred at her home 1154 Soutj Floyd street on Sunday morningI Mrs Curran Vas born In Irelan eightynine I e years ago but had live IIn Louisville sixtyfive years She iIs 1- II survived by three sons William and Richard Curran of Louisville and Frank Curran of Chicago Sixteen grandchildren also survive her The deceased was one of the oldest livlni members of the Cathedral congregation and was held In high esteem bill r who know her FOR WOMANS EYE French knots are fashionable Beaded effects continue in good tyle The newest real shell hairpin are quite small and light The long seamless shoulder re mains in excellent vogue Chemisettes are now of colored hlffon made perfectly plain Revers that end in a cape effect at the back are used on little street resses Scotch plaid Is having a decided vogue for both children and womens ressesOrgandies are dainty and Inexpensive and make delightful frocks for summer wear Pointed jabots with edging of real lace are used on many simple undecorated blouses Dresden stripes are most ef among trimmings as are Irecthe stripes bordered in flow ers Cotton dress goods are galore marIof foulards messaline and tussore Toques of brocado with puffed crowns of plain satin aro good ort- 11e early spring days They are trImmed with small aigrettes at one leaeThe spring time colored blouse nit raaichM the materials of which If t1 ft i rSne MensAN- DYoung Mens 10 and 1250 SuitsFOR 5TODAYUntil store closes tonight We will have on sale a special lot of worsted and suits mostly winter weights with somo light Weights brought over from last spring 10 and 1250 goods at 5- LEVYS Thirdand Market The Bright Spot in Louisville Ladies FOREaster IIBring your old straw and hair braid hats in early We will clean dye and reblock them in the latest shapes Feathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS Banister Co Props 713 W Jefferson St Louisville N Mss ICEIFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your Ice bill Our ice is made trom distilled water only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish Ice for all occasions and in any quan tity Both Phones 2- 97AMERICAN i IIIce and INCORPORATED Pearl Storage and Floyd CoIJ I e 44 + 44 MONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three carloads of Monuments for our spring trade thelargest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a call MULDOONMonument 813 W Green St Louisville Ky FOR Furniture Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST 6- UM MULDOON Successor to W M Grainger Co ractical Horse Shoer 4041E MAIN STREET Home Phone 5579 All work done in cientlfio satisfactorymanner l nJlntportanti well drewfed woman I v ti 3- Fi 1 C7 vii r a 1 t i I I i ENTUOKV I1usiI anEFe=cAw Gr W Smiths Son XAL SMITH Proprietor i Ftmeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice r yER0STREETyTELEPHONE 81O 0u HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 188 r X BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS F ss East Main street It It It H t P1 DOtGHERTY S I McBLLIOTT T 1 DOUGHERTY MCELLIOTT j Funeral Directors and Embalmers Bot Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS jfl All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET- s t to t t t t t t TINE WINES AJ K041PAGNDj StreetF CIGARS It 6 HfY I I THOMAS KEENAN FNHiral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night I Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 16- 77THOMPSONCB FLORISTl ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 t All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR TILE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital p for the qpre and treatment of Icsane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MeRCY HOSPITALS arh MUll Jcteri nvllle IU4 GET YOUR BARGAINS 1T TUB WINTER Shoat Pork HouseO- UR THIRD SEASON Price List off Beef Ml Choice Cats Round Steak lOc SIrloIa Steak lOc t Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak 10s fctI Steak lOc Chuck Steak 31hs 25c Porterhouse Steak lOc rare Hog Lard12Uc Choice Roasts perlb8 and lOc All cuta of Pork per lb H Odds and Enda pee lb Country Sausage lOc per l Preston Stf near Lynn HERRMANN BROSU IMIOATYRa IIMBWlltJ SAMD LIQU- Diitilton g lad WJbotoMW DiMl an fs Plant Braids oi Kts tuctt 1d4I1iiaUt Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND tiM it4t 194 went STRUT Lr i a i f m7rULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee The Latest Musical Playlet A BROKEN IDOL Beginning Monday Night and All Week With Saturday Matinee THE DOLLAR PRINCESS THE NEW NEW PRICES FOR THE NEW YEAR I Resumed Seats All LowerFloor Front Rows ram Circle Back Rows ram Circle AVENUE 50 35 25 No Higher NEXT WEEK Barney GilmoreMatinees i Thursday Saturday 25i CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic HOPKiNSfTHEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday costin uous All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us Gills fl Rooers sa BOOK GO us PRAYER ROOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city INks MKIZJIK aid RtUcdw Artlcks Or XVMRT JJM80R1PTIOM StetITOIIEAIADE Dlseolve ten cents worth of gum camphor in one teacup of ammoniaa or alcohol and shake well then addl halt a pint of pure olive oil and ten cents worth of glycerin chake welll before using This liniment willl cure clatc rheumatism by rwbbing the parta in pain front sAx to eight eekaand wilt not return It will take the swelling from a or throat oidMu fJlri ia i oello- i l J4i410 wjtkIa a fIR diva for J- ru9 tvtJtO Ul toat eKf 1 drJ In- C tl f HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral News Note The Ladles Auxiliary of New Britian Conn has Its own minstrel troupeDivision lof Jonevlllo Mint has been increased by the Initiation of a class of thirty Division 1 of Minneapolis con ferred the three degrees on a large class last Sunday afternoon Thanks to tho efforts of the Hi bernians the scarcity of obnoxious I Irish post carps is noticed this year Baltimore Hibernians are prepar- Ing to celebrate St Patricks day with a larger parade than ever be fore The stongest society In Mil waukee Is the Hibernians the one division there having over TOO mem bersP J Haltlgan editor of the Na tional Hibernian will lecture under Hibernian auspices In Buffalo on April 23 The Hibernians of Providence R I expect to have the largest parade In the history of the clty on St Patricks day- Another division of tho order has been organized at Syracuse N Y and will start out with a charter membership of 100 The Hibernians of Indianapolis have planned a mammoth parade for St Patricks day It will move in four grand divisions Division 4 will meet In regular session at Bertrand Han next Mon hay evening It will be the only dllvslon to meet next week The amalgamation of the five local divisions Into one compact body Is being agitated by the young Hibernians of Wllkesbarre The Hibernians of Niagara Falls N Y celebrated Robert Emmets birthday with a musical and literary entertainment oh Monday night Organized with a charter list of 171 less than a year ago the Ladles Auxiliary at Malden Mass now reports a membership of 396 Including the division subtreas uries and the county treasury the- ca h and real estate holdings of the Ancient Order in PJttaburg amount to the very tidy sum of 90000 Syracuse Hibernians are prepar ing a very strong ptogramme for their St Patricks day celebration Father W F Dougherty will speak on Irelands Patron Saint and National President James J Regan of St Paul will deliver an address on Robert Emmot The Boston Hibernian says Cheer up we will soon be reading about the doings of connie Mack Hughey Jennings Johnny McGraw Patsy Donovan Bill CarrIgan Ed Walsh Jim McAleer Tommy Leach Hugh Duffy and a hundred celebrai tion on March 19 Negotiations are now on to secure the services of John McCormack tho celebrated tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company for the evening ONE LESSON To Be Learned From Life of IRyanI When lessons for good are drawn from the life o a man whether he be of your own or of an opposite creed that man has not lived his life in vain Such a lesson has been found In the late Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia by more than one nonCatholic but this lesson finds its truest voice n the lament of the editor of a nonsecular paper the Ashland Dally Independent pub lished at Ashland Ky The editor writes thus The dying Archbishop Ryan who passed away last week said that he wanted to go to God the Father observe tho Cincinnati Post This great and good man was like a little child when his hour came He had played hard with this worlds playthings and was tired All his labors duties amusements his ambitions and energies were at an end and he wanted to go to sleep in his Fathers care Like a babe this successful honored man put his confidence in the Father believ ing with all an infants belief that his Father loved and would protect and give rest and peace Is there anything more beautiful more precious in this life than conception of God as a Father To the Father oven the good Arch bishop or the great In any vocation stretches out weakening hands ap peals with failing eyes and murmurs with stiffening lips Father in the pathetic helplessness bu also in the absolute confidence of childhood Father I am tired 1ke mel We have often wondered how parents could survive the placing of their dear children in the cold ground of the cemetery never in this life to again see their pretty facos feel the touch of their little hands hoar their happy laughter and songs Maybe its because they can picture their darlings safe on the breast Fatherwherecan not come where divine parental love and peace and happiness always abide At seventynine years of age the good Archbishop Ryan felt like Fatherlpasfifith al understanding save thst consfidenceCLEANS PAPKB KASHLY Bsyjo clean wallapw Saturate olntgnflannellightly over the pw iir Ole tJOil nub than Iba41 i lbtt the tmgp t ld 1tIU din 1 I f oj r r r0- r S LONDONDERRY One of Irelands Counties in the Far North That Is Interesting Every Yard of Its Soil Draws Attention From Great Antiquaries I Its Precincts Are Hallowed by I llemorlesotthe Saintly r Cblumktllc I SOME OF ITS FAMOUS TOWNS I One of the counties In the London1derryPoint to the Balllnderry river forty and a half miles and IsII breadth from the Foyle to Coleraing 8161squarOmllesexceeds 160000 The county was London1derrytown was Derry Calgagh the derry I or oak wood of Calgagh In vener I ation of St Columkllle who erected 1tlbeganl called Derry Columkllle and this continued to the time of James I comIpanyposed the name of Londonderry I A belt of level land stretches more than half round the county from Lough Neagh by Coleralne to the Foyle six or seven miles broad along the Bann but much narrower I along Lough Foyle There is a large tract of level country in the I center and the south of the county is mountainous the southern border whore it verges on Tyrono remarkably so an almost uninterrupted mass of high mountains The town of Londerry has a popu lation of approximately 30000 It Is the assize town of the county I I and Is built on a hill rising on tho western shore of the Foye It is a most picturesque city rendered I highly interesting by its remains of antiquity especially the old walls gates and bastions that formerly defended the town Coleraine New town Llmavady Dunglven Magher afelt Castledawson and Moneymore are a few of the more Important towns in Londonderry I The county formed a part of the ancient territory of Tlr Owen The barony of Keeriaght represents the ancient territory of Clanachta of Glenglven which was in early times i tho territory of the OConnors but l timebeforeI OCahans or OKanes thoII In Roe Park near Newtown Llmavady is a long mound now called the Mullah This Is theII ancient Drumket celebrated tho convention hold there In 574 j A D by Aed thee son of Ainmlre King of Ireland and which was at tended by the chief people of the I country both lay and ecclesiastical I among others by St Columkllle and I In which various Important national matters were settled I FIGHT WITH PENS The Denver Catholic replying to the Indiana Catholic says The I I editor of the Indiana Catholic is very much disturbed over the caolne we sung for the late unlamented Sinn Fein He consoles himself 1 I however with the serene knowledge that We know nothing about Sinn Fein and relieved his wrath by hurling everything at us except West Britonx Dear and e c forget your huger SUm Fein was no legitimate child of the brave old Fonlanlsm of the sixties John OLeary whom we know and who grew grimmer and more cynical at the last Charles Klckham whom we loved and who was our bloodkin Michael Davitt who said Goodbye to us as we looked our last gllmpsd of Erin our dear friend John FIn3 nerty and a host of great departed spirits had they lived would sSpf and could see in Sinn Fein nothjijg of the generous vision or their Mopes and dreams Sinn Fein wasrtQ1 e party ot those who never were at heart national Irishmen who hated those whom Ireland loved TTlTd =cause she honored end loved them It was please God Wllllamobrlen ism is not worth recognition j the last as well as the latest ebullition of our ignoblest characterisUa iJeaVi ousy rin Cease your wrangling ye warring Gaelst i iir When Erin shall standr Mid the isles of tho free A nation unfettered Great glorious and free there will be enough glory for all Fenians Sinn s Felnersf and even 1 ThorsunburstIwell as Iridlanat hold yourpeBcei noW jr i i1 Jl I d EXCELLENT RECOKI ir vt t i The Cfctholid churches of Dos Moines Iowa have taken aft iri= yentory of converts made during the past yeatStAmbtoso hasj 1 xty MarytwentpfivolJ St tfathoay Ie fifteen i and1 the Church tit the Visltatlbnforty 1 j 1 POTATOMUlTicst tII Paid otfgOpd 81MdpofafotitI lion urUltebiler andriiMh well Add lone teaepoot saltt ottd tablespoon larder liutlierone uPWeel milk onehal yeiiit cake diksolyed flour noughtW maka itttf Soujt and set to rive then form Into biscuit ahirlge Mt to rlagarn andbike tIn het nj J o O I J i c at MUON JIrnMIdIlb1QD of rtrI WI t l J W I t l tt Jt s UfI ttltJt I It- rJ n u q IIRBLAft 1 Jt J Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of Matthew Cullen at Kllaarney Is much regretted General regret is expressed in Galway city and county at the death of P J Prendergast The Rev John Noone of Cloon fad has been appointed administrator of Mayo parish Nealy 115100 has now been subscribed for the Galway Diocesan College and Cathedral fund Thomas Gordon proprietor of a large glfiss and china warehouse and accounted the oldest merchant in Derry has just died Rev Canon Foley rector of Traleo has been appointed Chancellor of Ardfert in succession to Rev R Beatty promoted to the Deanery- A popular figure In Tipperary has passed away In the person of JohTr Cleary of Main street whose family draporyUAt the monthly meeting of the Longford District Council John Callaghan Town Sergeant was dis missed for failing to close his ac counts John Daly of Inchoreagh near Dunmanway well known at West Cork fairs was thrown from a trap while returning from Balllneen fair and killed The horse had bolted- A serious epidemic of scarlet fever and diptherla prevails at pres ent In Dublin and over 200 cases of virulent Infectious diseases were re ported to the public health authori ties All the public bodies throughout the County Wexford have adopted the resolution of the County Council of the Gaelic League condemning the sale of the English newspapers onSundaysThere at present In the Mon aghan Union three Inmates wIlD have crossed the century line They are Margaret Hamilton aged 111 years William Reid 110 and Mar garet Short 102 The community of the Convent of Mercy at Mallow is the poorer by the death of Sister Brendan Curtin which occurred at the Mercy Home In Cork Of a gentle and pious dis position she was dearly loved by the SisterhoodAt of tho Borrlsokane Board of Guardians Michael J Mc Kenna a member of the staff of the Congested Districts Board Dublin byfifteenopponent T Heenan throughoutthenouncementof the death of the Rev- S J Cloney whIch occurred at the CloughbavynFather health for a considerable time past CountyrlmerlcKfItates took place on the Fosbery property A party of disguised men drove the cattle some distance off Shots were also fired The cattle are owned by broughtbackThree men James Weldon enry Gorman and William Reynolds were at Castlepollard returned tdlrlal on ball to the Westmeath Assizes charged with assembling with others to disturb the peace and drive cattle the property ofII T Killion of JurryThey AghabogSessionsfinedIng NowbUss station The defendant- It was stated wanted to catch the train and stood on the metals In front of it sp that It had to be brought tOil slandsUll and i he could reach thestatlon as soon as the train I ii 11 j I SOIMD IA iPt- ropot j ardeil YJcqtTorbel f to Women of UnitedIi 11 StateS1I I J 1 j popularninsazin advlceJortlStatesApFtas Wtlw yshas bean Since the beginning j tltltingsthe rearing of VAo4oesherbrings Into the world is herself the most important citizen fattthaworld I caht maKe that too Opt phatic There is nb achievement iuerary awomannationasglrltTlisuch real honor forewoman as that greatnaturalJ t Let us see that we stick to ItI TV- qcadttloanything better Jrap high est service ijmarried 1vomen j can ff1mttjw1gpMlaWi t rtedipublic aitgbluylI d 1 I Et JvJijYJiENERY Olive oil Iis an excelent fatten er Sotfe can toklti tablJeaiJoonfuL jiffor ea ntrf I piganscll nf1myes rJJHlpd sparkilug I i4 i JIELPFUIJ IIlXTitI Whenp4litifti lliJ lJ rJd alittleMdttI Iqt 11 ii lt J P tti r0 J jwJ to7ViLL 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Bank i 1 f and Trust Co j Fifth and Court Place j Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m S g V miiW HALFOF YOURTROUBLEQONE When You Use DIAP1OND WALL PLASTER in Your Building i MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated and RiverI lnHI Ky uuuuuuuu Both Phones tUSt Mao operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Pleat JerTenonvllle Ind Phone 666 II DR J T CHAWKV Veterin ntlnnarya ink Forte flCAL HORSE SHOEING e For and Bilr re4- QE 71711 SBYWTH STKllr 1 JUTE LYNCH Faithful Servant of Cot rierJournal Is at Rest Raymond B Lynch Sr the oWe and best known printer in Ken uel and perhaps the oUlost member oft the 1 1 T U died at his homo 2521 West Chestnut street on Thursda afternoon of last week Death resulted from the Infirmities ot old ago lie died as peacefully ashe livedJudge Lynch as he was familiarl arid affectionately called by his associates was born in Loulsvllli olghtysoven years ago At the ago of eleven years ho begun to earn 111s own living In a printing office The compositors case was his school and college as well as his means or livelihood Ho began his caret with the old Louisville Journal and remained with It when It was merged with the Courier and became the CourierJournal Judge Lynch was tho Intimate friend and advIser of the late W N Haldeman Only a few years ago the CourierJournal allowed Mr Lynch to retire on hall pay a sum more than sufficient for his wants No man ever saw Judge Lynch angry or rat led He lived by the golden rule No man ever heard him speak 111 of another His creed was charity Four children survive him They are Raymond n Lynch Jr George Lynch Mrs O M Koj and Mrs Florence Phillips The funeral took place from the famllj residence on Saturday afternoon and many mourning friends followed the remains to their llast resting place In Cave Hill cemetery i MORE MEMBERS Constantly Swell RankI of Division 3 A O M Division 3 A 0 H held a wel attended meeting on Monday night with D J Coleman presiding Two applications were received and Anthony Henefran and John Kllkenuj were pbllgated Patrick Cunningham and John Purtill who have been seriously 111 were reported Improving James Coleman was also reported 111 George J Butte reported progress for the Hibernian Home Committee Lawrence J Mackey captain ol one of tho rival membership teams reported progress and presented two of his teams with buttons for bring- Ing in new applications Thomas Quinn captain of the rival team also reported progress Under the head of good of the order short but Instructive talks were made by Attorney Patrick T Sullivan John M Maloney Hugh Hourlgan John Hesslon and Dan Dougherty Thei President reported plans for the St Patricks day celebration and all thei members promised to attend the mass and receive holy communion on Sunday March 1- 9ATHLETIC PRIEST On ills Muscle When Ht Was Forced to Fight The Rev Father Patrick Maher 0 P ohc of the Dominicans at tached to St Vincent Ferrerss church and convent New York City had a oneround bout with a tough last Saturday night and won his fight according to the Now York dally papers The story goes that one of the church societies was giving an en tertalnmenl in the Dominican Lyceum Word was brought to Father Maher that forged tickets were being sold outside the doors of the Lyceum Father Maher went out to investigate He found a dozen or more brawny young toughs engaged In selling fraudulent tickets Father Maher grabbed the apparent leader and told him he was under arresf The tough showed fight and his comrades rushed to his assistance They tore the fellow from tho priests grasp and all pro ceeded torun Father Maher Is no mean athlete himself He followed tho whop bunch captured the leader pummeled him well and then took him to the police station and preferred charges against him THOMAS MULVEHIIirjlj DIES Thomas Mulverhlll for more than twenty years a member of the Louisville police force died at his home 1607 West Magazine street on Thursday afternoon of last weok Several years ago while serving as driver of the patrol wagon at Central police station Mr Miilverhill was kicked on the kneecap by a horse He was so badly Injured that ho was never able to resume his duties The deceased was born In Buffalo in 1860 but came to Louls vlllo with hIs parents when he was three years old He is survived by his wife who was Miss Beatrice Keenan and five children John Thomas Jr and Patrick Mulverhlll Mrs Ida May Brawner Misses Eugenia and Ida Mulverhlll Three brothers Timothy John and Thomas Mulverhill also survive The funeral took place from Sacred Heart church last Saturday morning and was largely attended AVILTj WED IN JUNE From Covington comes the an louncement that John Deltorman and Miss Clara Jansen of that city are to be married In June The bride is a sister of Joseph and Henry Delterman of the Kenton county capital sinmEims MASONIC The Mawmlc Theater announces MIIM Grace George and her new play laueefort1ae GOpHfor it four fearforasiBOM beginning Mon dar jiUht Mir George slayI- at I D in roles requiring IfehtneM p 4 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kinsRecording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Set geantatArma Louis Roller 1 1DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday and Broadway ICampbell J Ford President Ernest SmithI IVice Secretary William T Meohan- I IFinancial Secretary John J IeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms TV S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteehth and Portland PresldentD J Coleman Vice President Hugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ O lies afonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Rertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady SecretalYID J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford PresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc GrodyFInancial Secretaryjohn Hogan Treasurer B A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon yo1 x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording Secretary R Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH leer bergTreasurerW A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart tt1J1t n rQ I Up In the Air Mrs Rose Anna Wells Washington coalnotnervous had pains In the heartimyblood was cold and I up In the air Could not do anything without tatting medicine Now I tes tify that Pastor Koenlcs Nerve Tonic la the only remedy which cured mo- n a short time- Hamburg Iowa March 10 1910 My nineyearold son was aflllcted btbeatwithout success Rev Cook In Coun cil Bluffs recommended then Pastor Koenlss Nerve Tonic Since taking this remedy he had Just one attack of ate In the last four months and I havo faith that It will cure him entirely I recommend It to all who are troubled with epileptic spells I FREE 02tflQS A Valuable BOOK on Ner vous Diseases and n Sample bottle to any address Poor pa1 dents also the didn free Prepared by tiizTFri Koxxia of Forti Wayne idsince 1878 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 108 Lake Street Sold br DrazgliU at SI per Bottle 6 for B6 LarK 3U 9175 B fettle for J8 and delicacy of touch keen satire brilliant repartee and mingled coy ness and coquetry have won for her the position of Americas leading comedienne In her new play she has a role for which the claim Is made that it admirably fits her per sonality and talents IIOIKIXP THEATER The bill announced for the Hop kins Theater for next week is most meritorious and is certain to please the patrons of that popular play house Every one of the vaudeville members are original ahd first class and will introduce some of the premier talent on the stage of to day There will be tile usual mat inees and change of programme and motion pictures equal to any ever een here NEW YORKS IEADrXOIC The Legislative deadlock over the election of a United States Senator in New York has not been broken at this writing Gov Dlx has or Ie red William F Sheehan to get off the track This leads some people to believe that pix is preparing to enter the race himself If Sheehan is eliminated watch for tho entry of Judge Victor J Dowllpg Judge James W Gerard William B Bid son and Judge Martin J Keogh Canon Camillo Carron General of the St Bernard monks Is dead at ftfartjgny France For twentyfive years he controlled the destinies of lbtst Bernard and Slmplon Hos plHl During that timeI he saved several hundreds of travelers from death in A1ptn paeea JI r 0 i J QUARTERLY Meeting of St Vincent de Paul Society on Last Sunday orI I The regular quarterly meeting the local conferences of the St Vincent do Paul Society was held IIn St Francis Hall in the basement or the Cathedral last Sunday afternoon I Twentyfive conferences were represented and thirtyfive new member took the societys obligation Ad dresses wore made by President J J Caffrey Fathers P M J Rock Louis G Deppen and Eugene P Donohue The principal address was made by Father Rock whose theme was The St Vincent de Paul Society Its Founder and Its Work The work of the society he said em- bodIed the difference between Christian charity and philanthropy 8t Vincent do Paul was fired with a love of God and of his fellowman and that should be the guiding spirit of the society Father Rock said the members should aid the poor and suffering no matter who their creed or color but they should also endeavor to bring the truths of the Masters gospel to their souls as well as succor to their bodies Several of the conferences ro ported gratifying additions to their membershipLARGE CLASS To Be Initiated by Division 1 A 011 After Easter The attendance a the meeting or Division l A O H on Tuesda evening was more than ordlnarll good President William Murph occupied the chair and kept thing hustling and in a good humor Everybody present boosted the coming St Patricks day celebration All pledged themselves to approach holy communion at the C30 oclock mass at St Patricks church on the morning of March 19 It was reported that all the Mckets for the musical entertainment In the hand of Division 1 had been disposed of Interesting talks were made b Thomas Walsh Thomas Keenan James Barry Martin Cusick Thomas Tarpy and others President Murphy announced that there would bo an Initiation on the first Tuesday after Easter Division 3s team will be Invited to confer the degrees Refreshments and a social session will follow the proposed in itiation Division 1 Is very fortunate In not having any member on the sick list- There are many now members awaiting initiation All of them are thorough Irishmen and will make hard working Hibernians The mem bers of Division 1 promise to make a brave showing at the entertainment on the evening of March 19 REASONS WHY Catholics Love and Mono Ministers of Their Faith Wo all know that Catholic men and women boys and girls revere priests but the Right Rev Bishop Conaty gives the reasons succinctly as well as satisfactorily He says We recognize the priest as ono chosen from among men to serve men in the affairs of God He Is the minister of reconciliation with God the teacher of trio truth the one who offers the sacrifice who ad ministers the sacraments who prays for the people We distinguish In hint that double character of man and priest we recognize his tendency to human fralllty but we also recognize the divine character of the priesthood which forces us to bend the knee to him for the for giveness of sins and to receive from his hands the Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist His ordination has conferred upon the man tho character of the priesthood of Jesus Christ In the parish he is the ambassador of God the administer of the sacra monte the guardian of the sacred deposit of faith the defender of the peoples rights pad tho unselfish friend of eevryone From the cradle to tlffi grave he touches intimately the lives of his people and brings to them In all the circumstances of life the blessings of the Divine Saviour of wnom he is the com mission d minister The people feel that in the true priest there is no taint of selfishness and that is willing to sacrifice his life heI order that the spiritual Interests of his people may not suffer- MACAULhTS A Broken Idol the latest of musical playlets with the recommendation of long runs in Chicago New York and Boston comes to Macauleys Theater for the first half of next week The background of tile play Is laid in California For the latter half the offering will be The Dollar Princess a production almost worthy a place in grand opera The lyrics are extremely graceful and melodious and the I Princess waltz Is becoming recognized as the successor of the famous Merry Widow i ASHLAND AND ST IATIUCK The K of C at Ashland Ky will have an Irish night at the Ashland Theater next Friday evening St Patricks day The very best talent In the Park City has been enlisted Tickets ore on sale and going fast There is every Indication that the louso will be packed COLD DAY DISH One pound kldney beans cooked slow for three hours when soft put me can tomatoes cook for ten mIn- utes then adding one pound ground round steak small piece red pepper alt to tatecook for five minutest hen U IB ready to serve this Is tine o- lla n i1I J eere N for Your FunitureTAntsjR I WANT My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street tG N40 A44N NONMNil tITryCaptain I Mike Home Phone 5337 ALL IT- SMOKE B J SAND DistributorRIGH722 WEST 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