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I f I f t I i C h 14eII I 4 r r 1r n A 4 L L ill 1tTkI j I KENTUCKY R I I AMERICAN L1 t1 VOLUME XXVLNQ 11 LOUISVILLE FRIDA MARCH 17 1911 PRlcl FIVE cENTs PRESH l r InipotiiH Given lllbcrnianirinat Lntcst Quarterly lllbcrn Ian Gathering 1 Old Guiird and Stalwart Yntuijr Monibort Stand For Lc j lJiIUII I I I 1 Intor tlufot Talk MadO On Sun 1 day I list Show Trno t I Feeling PARADE SLATED FOR NEXT YEAR I t I Tbofour Louisville divisions of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians I held a quarterly meeting under theI auspices of tho County Board at Bertrand Hall at 230 oclook last Sunday afternoon and all present I declare It was the best meeting of Hibernians In the city lnmany yearsI Bacn of the four divisions were rep resented old and now members I voiced their Ideas all seemed 1m pressed with making the local cele bration of St Patricks day a suc cess and every speaker had some thing to say of the orders first watchword Unity County President Joseph Lynch was unavoidably absent so County Vlco President D J Coleman occu plod the chair In his stead From I start to finish It was a love feast and no member rgretted his attendance It took tho various orators little short of three hours to unload their Ideas and all had good ones George J J Butler former State President I t and oxNational Director encouraged c 4allby praising the splendid attend ance Ho bado them emulate the ex ample of the Hibernians In the East I who are prospering beyond measure Although not holding any offlcb In the order at present Mr Butler showed that he was still heart and EOU with the Hibernians Con J Ford President of Division 2 made an excellent talk on the de sirability of getting young men to loin tho order Former County President P J Welsh made a ht when ho pleaded for unity first Strength he said should be a soc ondary consideration Attorney Thomas Walsh former President of pivlslon 1 extolled thl unity prac s ticed among the various divisions arid declared that while Hibernian Ism had never grown large In Louis w Tfllcj it had newer lost Its early strength and that oa account of Its charity the order would newer die Thomas W Tarpy a veteran member of Division 1 stated that he was pleased with all he had heard and Insisted that thero should bo no classifications or distinctions be tween divisions all should work In peace and harmony for the common- wealI Members of all the divisions should visit and become acquainted therebY promoting peace and unity William T Meehan one of the old guard of Division 2 made a brltif but characteristic talk Ho ad monished all to be proud of their Irish birth and lineage Only a few a of the Ignorant newrich element were ashamed of their Irish heritage ho said Attorney Lawrence Mackey a veteran of Division 3 and tho or iginator of tho quarterly meetings In Louisville made a very Interesting talk on the Imposing gathering of IrishAmericana and called attention to the article In the CourierJournal on Irishmen who are prominent In the United States nt the present time James P Barry a former President of Division 1 made a ring Ing address on the stability and a fraternity maintained by the fiber nians Its stability kept It alive he said Its fraternity brought Its mera bers closer together Attorney Patrick To Sullivan an other of Division 3s old guard made a nice talk In which ho told of tho Irish peoples devotion to Catholicity and recounted tho early straggles of Hlbornlanlsm In Louisville Michael Sheehan the first President of Dl vision 3 A O II Was caUed upon and gavo many Interesting remln Isences of the days gone by Among other things he told how ho had marched with other Hibernians when BL Louis Bertrnnds church was dedicated In 1873 Former County V President Thomas Qulnn advocated the formation of a Hlberrflan mill tary company Among others who c made interesting talks were William Callachan Detective Pat White Pat Holler Martin Gavin and John I cKonofickAfter all these enthusiastic talksI It was determined to reestablish St P trJckB day parades In Louisville oh March 17 1l12 which will fall on Sunday Every Irish and Cath nollsoclctY in Louisville will be asked to participate The County posrd will take up the rnatter nt ItsI sext jritotlng tlttake mor definiteI steps In the matter During the afternoon John J Barry bt plyUion 4H Cliajrman of the Talent Committee reported the prosriiinme arranged frjf the celebra lion next Sunday lIl hlM songs and In fact the entire programma f hye a real Irish rlril The mem hers pt tHe order praiwnt were M r pleated with the programme Jttiat the pTan for boosting tintertainJnen I 11t wag teftJa 111n1ietu11 JamelR n ri1Wi1UAffirUtn I D J Cbleixian and Joirt1 B H nhoi f were tpnoTnteii to k t af tihrs I Bt Patricks church during IM r Itl1oU zrds p zt1 IJrbc fi Ing The meeting adjourned with all satisfied and pleased beyond expectation with the days work SOME REASONS Why the Irish Immigrants Have Remained In Cities 4 One hears much from time to time of railings at the Irish Immigrants for sotjjllng In1 the cities instead lor taking to the soil Are the poor im migrants always to blame Cert lnTt not Irish Immigrants have been poor and oppressed always else they would not have left their native land Whoa they reached America they had little of this worlds goods They had no means to pUrcuase farms no means to push Into flic rural districts In search of employment The first and most pressing necessity of the head of tho family was employment So splendid seemed the result of that employment even the rudest and most laborious kind as compared with what they were able to earn In tho old country that It at once pre disposed them In favor of city life Tho glittering sjlvcr dotl rhow bright It looked and how hoary It weighed when contrasted with the mlseatfle sixpence or the occasional shilling at home Old friends and acquaintances were to be met at every street corner There was news from the old land tho Chapel was handy schooling was convenient for tho children and then again A Christian would not bo overtaken for want of a priest Perhaps the pioneer of the family very probably a young girl had found good employment and with tho fruits of her honest toll had gradually brought out brothers sisters father and mother for whose companionship she had longed She knew nothing of tbo great West and Its resources May be It was the mothers courage that failed her as she glanced at tho flock of little ones who clustered around and she thought of tho new dangers and further perils that awaltpd thorny nnd It was hor matornaf Influence that was flung Into the trembling balance against the country dnd In favor of the city Perhaps employment was readily found for one of tho girls or boys and the city home came to bo a cojy enjoyable place Was It any wonder thou that many Irish Immigrants did not dare the country If Irish Immigrants have lived In the slums of the cities they have also built the Cathedrals and churches They learned the distress of the poor and Irish youths became priests to minister to the citys ipor- trlShg1la peopled the convents hospitals and orphan asylums oi America because they folt for the poor people whoso sufferings they knew It might havo been better for the Irish Individually to have settled In the rural districts when they Immigrated but It has been botter for America that they re mained in the cities BULLET Proved fatal to Charles Walz an Cast End Grocer Tho funeral pf Charles Walz the grocer at G26 Kast Green street took place from St Bohlfaco church on Monday morning ajid that largo edl flee was filled with friends of the deceased Tho entire community sympathizes with Mrs Waltz and her children In their bereavement Mr and Mrs Walz were on their way to St Michaels bazar on Mardi Gras night As they passed in Han cock street they encountered ia crowd of negro men and women who were engaged in a shooting af fray At the first sign of danger Mr and Jlrs Walz took refuge In an alleyway When they believed the fusllado was over Mr Walz step ed out to Investigate and received in bullet In the forehead It pierced his brain and lodged In the back ot thE skull Ho fell unconscious at ilk wifes feet As speeTHIy as possible he was re- mold to the City Hospital whorE ho lingered in a semiconscious conS dltion until ho pasod away or Thursday George Johnson and Will Houston negro youths hav been Arrested and charged with th murder Nine other negro men and women who took part in the aUral arounder arrest charged with dls orderly conduct Mr Wajz was only thlrtynlnt years old and was a native of tIer many He had Hn dtn LouIsVillE since ho was fourteen years of ag and bad boon engaged Irt the grpcer business since he vas ccventcon ITJ1e deceased was X practical Oath elk and was liberal In Ills charities Ills untimely death l1s a sad Pbjec lesson In permitting the sale of fire arms to Irresponsible people DISTINGUISHED CONVERT len Daniel B Slcklei one of th l1ot y iwrvlvlnftOeneral of thet i Jed oral army during the HvU war Is I Catholic In the tnainerable battl ot Gettysburg bQreceiVed Injurle that resulted in thp lose pf pot liegs As his chances frcfeoyer were doubtful he wanted to tVe ni- ebancea In beingl at variance withI th dislgnit of his Creator lltl fp atbolIc priut was baptlaod aii Pftft1atlof hIf hip 7ra UN1a to be wbeelsd aNtlthi an am Cr rci J v r I I THE DAY Hi 4 CELEBRATEk1 i 4 ts VVfmti jv jichini Erins Flags afid Stars and Stripes of Columbia Float Over Thousands r i EI t yV i Gaels in Many American Citind Towns Statesmen VieWith 1j r jf wV X Vf People in Honorinjrlrclands Apostle v f S Xv 1III r t t v i i Y T m rw x l jer J i X Mirth Music find Valor Will Play Upon Emotions of Irelands Sons and Daughterst iinS 3 f V Big Hibernian Celebration at Macauleys Theater Sunday Night It Observance in the Various Churches It la safe to saY that more mill- Ions of people of Gaelic birth and blood will celebrate the feast of Ire lands patron saint In America than 1n Erin In New York City more than 1000000 spectators will view J the street parade which is to be given under tho auspices of the I Ancient Order of Hibernians Tho famous Sixtyninth Regiment and the Irish Volunteers will be out in lull force and full dress uniforms I Between CO 000 and UOOOO men will parade and tho green banners of Erin and the Stars and Stripes of Columbia will float triumphantly over the marchers Archbishop Farley and many distinguished In tho city State and nation will wit ness this monster demonstration from a reviewing stand erected on Fifth avenue In tho evening New Yorks sons and daughters of the Gael will assemble at Harlem Park Casino for a grand fete and ball I Boston will have its usual mammoth demonstration To the Boston Yankee March 17 means the anniversary of the citys evacuation by earlyIstages tho IrishAmerican resident of Boa J ton iit means St Patricks day as well ag Evacuation day Phlladel- pun Hibernians will have a street parade and grand ball In Prow idence R I It Is planned to have 7000 Hibernians in the llnq of march I In our neighboring city of Cia cinnati tho Friendly Sons of St Patrick have Invited the Most Rev John J Glcnnon Archbishop of St Louis to be their guest and to de liver the principal address The Archbishop has accepted President William IL Taft will speak at the same banquet Up in Indianapolis II bigtColebratlOnfori II I but the patriotic feeling will bo In spired by an address from Judge ONeill Ryan of St Louis Hero in Louisville there will be religious services this morning and evening In several of tho churches notably St Patricks St Louis Ber trands and Sacred Heart but the Hibernian celebration of tho feast has been deferred until Sunday in order that as many Irlsh men and women as possible may take part I On Sunday therefore at the 63pI oclock mass at St Patricks church I every member of the four divisions Is expected to receive hply com munlon Tho pastor Very Rev Father James P Cronin will celebrate the mnss and prcach an appro i priato sermon CENTRAL COMMITTEE Held Busy Session and Got Very Pleasing Results The Central Committee of the Falls cities branches of the Catholic Knights of America met In regular- session on Friday evening of last week President Eugene McCarthy occupied the chair and tho attend ance was largo nearly every branch affiliating being represented Tho meeting was Interesting from start to finish All thu important com I mittees made reports oh the work in progressII In the absence of the Chairman of I the Entertainment Committee Gen eral Michael Relchert told of what I was being done toward arranging an excursion to Jasper Ind in June I Some available Sunday will bo selected and the time so fixed that I Knights and their families can at r tend mass either before leaving Louisville or after reaching Jasper Many branches made favorably re ports on their work and Joseph P McGinn was named as Supreme j Deputy In charge pf the Now Albany 3 branches Nos 7 and 9 r In deference tto Capt John Schalda It was unanimously decided to make the first Sunday in May tho general communion Sunday and to t hPId the anniversary exercises at St Vincent de Ppllchurchon that ocdaslott lle two companies of thoI Uniform Rank will appear In fullI uniform and will escort the mem bers of the various branches from l1the hoofJiall to the Church All tnirigs cDEktdered the Central corn mittee la w0ll BatlBflea with condi lions JefferBOhvllle New Albany S and Louisville j1 y 1ATILER ThX CELEllltt1BS I S j Very 11ev Father Lawrence iixk r tot flftjrfiye L yr peeler orst i Johns chu l1MW living Ih icorn t parative lBtirsmept Jin hii ativs I S Jt 11ndIIJ9xhlt thb t Qtt S health Oh Mouiay IiceettratdI I J p aarrtofhllorl1I I 4 On Sunday evening at 8 oclock the mirth music and history of Ireland will hold court at Macauleys Theater Prof Dennis MISS EFFIE fDONALD Will Sing at Hibernian Entertain mont Sunday1 Night I Collins and his orphestra will render Irish classic and popular airs during the evening The programme for Sunday even ing Includes tho fPHqwlng number piano lioloIrlslLAIrs Miss Jon nip Giles A Soprano soloTe Girl ot My Dreams Miss Abble Chcster Cornet solo Irl8hinlrs Miss Cath JJTenor the Namq of MaryJ Thornti1Ejynn 1tIQQ uarfettof ttq f O 1tY- Shoo t N 1 I OIlIW J Flynn J G JSoll and D J nloneyAddre3sJ J KaVanagh Bass solo Belove MeIf All Those Endearing Young Charms D J Maloney Soprano SoloTho Top o the Morhln Miss Gladys Illegal Soprano solo Taras Harp Miss Effie McDonalds Quartette The Rosary Messrs McGill Flynn Zoll and Maloney Mrs Imejda Shea Maloney will be the accompanist for the vocalists This programme ought to satisfy the tasto of tho most fastidious Irishman and those In charge have done their bust to See that the idea that itherelis nothing too good for the Irish Is carried out The County Board of tho Ancient Order nigh mass at Tilburg Province of Brabant Holland The other officers pf the mass were the same that assisted at Father Baxs golden Jubilee In Louisville eght years ago ills nephew Father P Notion was deacon and his gfandncnhew Father Pi Vroomans assistant pastor at Tllburg was the subdeacon On April 15 Father Bax will bo eighty I three years old and many of his old friends and parishioners wjjl write their congratulations HUSTLERS Members of Division 4 A OM Sever Delay theGahiePr- esident I John U Hennessy pro sided over a welt attended mooting of Division 4 A O4 H on Monday night There was no business of epeclalimportjbut such as there was received duo consideration and definite action The applications of Pat Haley John 3 Finn Thomas Mullaney and James Loftus wore re ceived John Doojln and John E Browne were reported ill Joha Collins was obligated 1Ivision 3 accepta an invitation to attend Division Ia initlatlen next month All the members prom ised tq attend the jqata and receive holy communion at St Patricks chur linext Sunday iuorning and all wilt attend the musical soiree at Mncatiieys Theater pa Sunday even lag Division 4 hai arranged to give a button embleiiiatlc of the order apIptl ItETlIiECOXTHM 1 RJFl h Sister Mary DSmblca qfj 3t I HenedliJl Academy lwa notified Jttll luhilay of M death of her brother WugK JJurri frl Ich took place at lliiltI Home iIlL Sari Antonlpr Texas von Saturday morniag Mr flume went toTxa8tIn 1871 aild ainased s- eompeten 1 as a rairoaci coptrctor H f wgii born J Ireland 1s 1J1btt caras to Ar erlcatwbin quite young Slerw MaiV Dominlfca U1 on of iiey tral ritttri who witflT Mm movingfactorofcourae roligbus churches And for that reason de erred the celebration from today until Sunday so that the entertain meat will not conflict with religious matters Bishop ODonaghue and members of the clergy have been invited to occupy seats in the boxes Tho various committees that bavo had the arrangements In hand ore TalentJohnJ Barry Thomas Lawlor William T Mcchan and iti Hugh Hourlgan I Theater Thomas Stevens John II Hennessy A Tompkins and C J Ford nIII Music John G Hession Thomas J Langan Edward Kelran and Will lam MurphyII II DarryDanThomas Walsh andII As to the religious celebration the feast of St Patrick will bo celebrated with a solemn high mass at 930 oclock this morning The Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue will occupy a throne in the sanctuary Ills den cons of honor will bo Rov Father P M J Rock rector of tho Catho dral and Rev Father Louis Ohio pastor of St Martins church The Very Rov James P Cronln Vicar General and pastor of St Patricks will celebrate tho mass and wljl bo assisted by Rev Father George Weiss pastor of St Georges church as deacon and Rev Father John T Ijlll Castor pf St Anns as sub deacon Rev Father George W i Sehuhmann pastor of St Johns church will bo the master of cere monies Appropriate music will bo rendered by an augmented choi- rwlthorchestralnccompanlment un tier the direction of Prof Leo Schmitt The panegyric of St Pat Yill1 e- IRev snlst I At Sacrou Heart church the Rev Father Patrick Walsh will celebrate solemn high mass and preach at 730 oclock It Is Father Walshs patronal feast and ho never falls to celebrate It religiously After the mass ho will be present at tho core monies at St Patricks This evening at 730 oclock Father Vincent Cloary O P will preach the panegyric of St Patrick at St Louis TJortrand church Tho eloquent young Dominican will bo perfectly at homo In reciting the life of St Patrlckln recounting Ire lands former glories and future hopes A collection will bo taken up after the lecture and the fund that accrues will go to St Vincent do Paftl Couference for tho poor of the parish I lo MACK1N COUNCIL Is Conforming to Presi dents Idea of Prompt Action Tho meeting of Mackln Council onl Monday evening was well attended and President Samuel Lt RobertsonI carried out his Idea of promptly meeting and seasonably adjourning Nevertheless a great amount ofr business was discussed and ActedI upon William Quilt was reportedI til Three applications worore ceivod yincent B Smith reportedI what was going on in FederationI circles and prodded his colleagues from Mackln for their scant show logs at Federation meetings The receipts of the evening were largo and encouraging and donations for qultoIrreEll1I told of Interesting things ho had seen In various States between hero andI the Golden Gate Vincent Jl Smith also made an Interesting talk on matters pertaining to the generalI good of the order The campaign Jor now members was reported In Mil prPgrcMand the opera COmmit the announced that reheamia were In full swing The committee Sr- i ranging ior the summer excursion ti Niagara alll made a Report 9ltspreliminary stops Tho mooting adjourned promptly at 10 oclock SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY The sixtiethI anniversary ot the st PliUoru na Sodality of SLV Bonlface parish will be celebrated on the firstI Sunday after Ikter A concert will1 j be a featvire1ot the exerclgeB t JUJPPitLO jJIiiST IIOSORPD I R1glI 1JL Reh Mon lIgnor P- CannUnrof JI ioekpnrt Jj Yf one o II- Itheiot renowned priests tftdieeeecf Bttflsito has brSnilevatei- to tl ueIUnlty of Wrotonotar I tlIi f w 1 rI fJ f1 iir and mitre together with power of authenticating documents in beatifi cation and canonization processes Monsignor Cannon will celebrate his golden jubilee of his priesthood on May no SONS OF ERIN S Whose Descendants Stlll nourish In VariousS Lands Every once Inn while one notes frlsh names among tho nobility of European countries Yet all of these can bo readily accounted for Thoso cases are too numerous to mention In their entirety but It Is not amiss to call attention to a few of the more Important The Austrian OReillys aro do scend i111om Count Andrew OReilly who was born In Ireland In 1712 He entered tho Austrian army when quite a young man and before his death had boon decorated with noble orders and had been made a Count and Field Marshal Richard Wall the goatcst diplo mat of tho eighteenth century antI whose descendants are Spanish nobles was born in tho County yVaterford In1694 He died at Grenada Spain In 1778 Tho Brdwncs landed nobles In flcorgotirownewas born In Limerick In 1698 Ho was a famous General In wars with Poland France and Austrla Hugh Hamilton and Malcolm Hamilton who became Swedish Barons were born In the County Tyrone Their descendants are among tho wealth- Iest and most Influential nobles In Sweden OHIgglns Is a name to conjure with In Chile South Amerjca The progenitor of the Chilean OHigglns family was Ambroso Olligglns a native of Cork lie was born in 1720 When quite a youth he was sent to Spain to study for the priesthood He soon discovered he had no vocation for the altar and entered the Spanish army He was sent to Chllo at the head fan engineering corps and rote to be CommandoMn Ohio of the Spanish forces In tho South American country Later ho was made Viceroy His son Don Bernardo OHIgglns took an active part In ltfo war by which Chile gaineul her independence from Spain and was Dictator of the ypung re publlc from ISIS to 1823 when ho retired to private life v lilSlIOP FOHEST Passed Into Eternity After Illness The Right Rev John Anthony Forest Bishop of San Antonio Texas died at Santa Rosa Infirmary In that city on Saturday Bishop Forest had been ill for some time and his death was not unexpected Ho will bo succeeded by Bishop J W Shaw who was appointed his Coadjutor with right of succession Tour teen months ago Bishop Shaw In a native pf Mobile Ala but has be come popular with nil classes since i1 Antonioi the third Bishop of San Antonio Tho diocese was erected in 1874 Tho first Bishop was tho Right Rev Anthony Dominic Pellecler D D who die In 1880 Ho was succeeded by the Right Rev John C Neraz who dicit In 1894 Bishop Forest was consecrated In October 1895 Ho was a native of Franco but came to America when Quito a young man STRUm IJY AUTO I Genial Thomas Shelley the for mer Tax Receiver is recovering from Injuries received whoa struck by T f P Taylor automobile on Thursday afternoon of last week Mr Shelley rand William H Price wore proceed ing out Fourth avenue and had Just stepped from the curb at York street when the rapidly driven auto canto upon them Mr Price got oql of the way but Mr Shelley was not so fortunate His loft leg was badly wrenched and ho sustained numer ous cuts and bruises I IDUTCH SETTJEUS ARRIVK 1 3GO sturdy Dutch farm ers and their respective families ar rived lit Now York from Rotterdam Holland They will build themselves new homes In Western States Their coming iIt lasaid marks the begin ning of an cxoduu of 8000 farmers from Holland who have boon prac tlcally forced to leaVe their native land because of tho oxtortlori of landowners i Nearly every Mad of a family brought wltlT him at Ictls Jl Ooandtthere were from ten to twelve children in eevry family They will make first class citizens XNQtI ij AT ST lHIUIR Unknown persons broko open and robbed theodr boxes In St Philip Nerl church some time last Sunday The vandalism was not dlscpvcret until t5 oclock In thQ afternoon The ROw PrOt Ackermnnn opened the bpjteB andre oV 3 tile c Htentje on Saturday io that Itls likely the thlovci got little fop their palnn 0 r GtN j fJQ PITiVADI rrThe local epHrta pf the Cathfll Ord r Pf ITotMtcr will give a Rran J drarnttlc XUvall at the Masonic Theater b Hhe evenjhg hur- pda14A t and Satir4t and a matinee on- t ar rwliog gold at 1 f n 1 S BITTER Fight Made by Tories Who Liberals Were Expecting Qulot Week5 One Session Comlnutd nil Night anti Nearly Until Noon Winston Church 111 Held Reins OH the Lfiulcr In Attack ing Toriox MISS REMOND WINS SUCCESS Last todoevioptheDrltlshI aa I veto bill bad been postponed and all excitement which It creates was for I i Mmlatrycall a halt by the necessity of get ting a vote appropriations thoweeki tholIIosti I sltttngsIvetobillfortlmoI organl2edI anddiscussmoney to Inordinate lengths They never proposaltotofurtherWaste time their speakers throwS ofCommonsthoMInistsopponentsDuringPromlerAsquithaway the Premier at the bedside of a sick daughter and LloydGeorge suffering from throat trouble This LlberatsIntoYoung audacious and aggressive tofuryapplying tho most drastJcc1ouresII and demanded that tho budget bill l anylt I greatIgan nt3 oclock one afternoon and In tW2 tURY Me 9 t tThereI wore moments when passion ran so high as to threaten an out burst of physical violence between I parItho rescue and the sitting passed off I without any tiolcnco except In speech The leaders of the Irish party even the oldest of them sat through the night rallying and en couraging the Liberal ranks and thus saved the Liberals from defeat- or from such small majorities which II defeatI In 111Iliament during the latter part of tho week the Irish members were ex cited ony over the success of a now play by Miss Joanna Redmond daughter of the Irish leader Her new drama has been given unbroken praise by all parties and all tho I London newspapers II Beaten to n frazzle at the polls Timothy HeJlly underto9k to harass I brII technicalities It was HoalyB pur pose to pile up such a bill ot costs that the work of tho Redmondltos would be seriously hampered At this juncture Capt Hazejton who had been declared elected as the s member for Notth Louth by a major ity of 488 votes declined further contest and allowed the election to become null and void Hcaly has announced that ho rtlll again stand for election and tho followers of Redmond have selected Augustus Roche as his opponent Mr Roche Is a gentleman whose political record Is not confined to his natiVe city or oven to the Province of MunsVer He has takes an honorable part in the public and political life of Cork for years HeI was Mayor and High Sheriff of that City sift was Its first Lord Mayor In 1904 be was sent to Parliament from Cork with William OBrien Wlion OBrien sot out to destroy the Irish party Mr Rpcho espoused the cause of Redmond The current of popular opinion that carried Mr Hazelton to victory last December has gained strength and force since nndlt will sweep 4 Mr Rocho Into Parllimpnt With a 11 majority that will sbttjo the destiny of Loqth and kill faction In that county fSra generation It not for ever inMf mJrnnxr1t President Taft has appointed flpn VIctor M Lock to be Governor vO fSthe Cl10hw IMlansGvL ke i Will rule over 20000 Jridlans rin OJi lahoraa He U a halfbreed andjis a Wii- i convert of the Catbdlte Bureau cC t Indian MlMldns V iichiiIOLIIIIIttYER Next Sunday fhe Forty prayer wllltVegln J9t St Ann BeVenth anti iDavfc 1 stre Unsto atberJhnTi nllmbrt he tit frl1 he cIoae oil the ii I i 0 Un t lfl l i tf o 1 rJ 0 K NTUO IRXa AMERXO N A+ e 0le 0 0l1Nii- t A FACTenjoyed That this bank has growth is evidence conclusive it possesses excellent equipment superior facilities and capable management UNITED STATCS DEPOSITORY ii BANKING HOUSE SINCE 1835 A TESTIMONY OF PERMANENCY RESOURCES OVE- RsOoOQOSavings paying 3 per cent Safety Vault Boxes 3 and up a U S Government supervision Southern National Bank 322 WEST MAIN STREET 1 A R WHITE President 111 TIII1 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a piano We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO lacrorat saei0t3o FnuRts AYBNUDf oa J3tffiKgytffjfffyfffy II GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with I 1my NewBlend Coffee at 2 12 Ibs 65c Phone a Trial Order t JOHN M MULLOY HiPhooha 019 VV J 1 3 fCBr A rz2Ici x4 r W +Er Mra rrr bwCv rrMrwvwi Both 1IfeaeN 2000 n Kujnlillwhcd i 31Y s- EDW 1 MARCUS 1 tt I 1 1I JOBBER IN rG 0 dOYl Glass Paints ons l es shes Htci TREETtt ft2 5237 C r I tM +H t to + ISenry C Walbech- kx1 President rrti A P Winkler Vice Pres b09 UUUHw1Hoi 0 Q A Metiner Cashier Edmund Rapp Asst Cashier a13f GERMAN i INSURANCE iI BANK H k Capital 249500 + Surplus and Undivided XX Profits 52500- 0ft 207209 West Market Stt 11 Interest paid oh time deposits C + + J+ Qo YX GERMANY Is Ahead of All Nations In Solving tho Great Problems of ILabor Tho Unemployed CAD Always Find Work if They ArC 1l Earnest No Tramp or Hoboes Seen in Land of the Imperial x 4 Kaisers HOW THE SYSTEM IS WORKED Tbo people of tho United Static have dono some things for th mechanics andllaborers but nothing In comparison to what Germany has done and is doing In the way of es tablishing labor exchanges There Is an Imperial Labor Exchange to which belong all tho smaller ex changes throughout tho German empire The organization for solv ing labor problems Is admirable for Its effectiveness and In this respect Germany is ahead of any nation on the globe The Berlin Labor Exchange is tho largest Institution of its kind in the world It is not a strictly municipal Institution although It receives an annual subsidy of 11000 from the city Its control and financial re sponsibility arc vested In a voluntary association of subscribers wino con tribute about 2500 annually Itt makes a charge of five cents per head for registration and the annual receipts from thls source ate about 2600 In return for this registra tion fee the applicant allowed the privileges ot tho waiting rooms off the building for throw months Tffe annual cost of running the exchange Is 16000 to 120000 Tho total number of applicants during 1908 was 158000 4f whom about 84000 Were placed In positions The two large buildings occupied by this exchange wore erected by one of the enforced labor IInsurance companies of tho empire at a cost of about 150000 Tbj exchange pays the Insurance company a rent equiv alent to about 3t per cent on the investment Tho main room of the exchange is the Waiting room which In large warm and well lighted and Is divided by sign posts Into sec Lions for unskilled labor appren tires skilled labor of various kinds etc Men seeking work are supposed to sit in the Boctona allotted to their kind of work Repeatedly during tho day the Superintendent or his assistantt cornea Into tho waiting room and announces boforo the proper section tho positions that are open lIe states tho nature of tho work wages hours etc and the men desiring to apply hand up their reg istration cards which are collected Later these men aro given cards which they present to their wouldbe employer who seelcta his manor men and malls back to the exchange ThisindicatespositionReports rapIdlyusually much activity around the placeIn the same building are reading rooms access to which are free bathrooms lunch seems tailor re aqdbuffetable The men spend their Idle time reading playing checkers chatting etc and on the whole seem conveniencesmakon the order of a club The laborers boutstramping thelatterostng waitingroomsmont The tradesunipn not all of havetheirtheir own labor bureaus In chose co = operation with the general public exchange Unskilled labor In Ger many Ip not unionizeda exchangesatFrankfortBreedenzlg Mannheim Prelburgi Straiwbjtrg U1elargestThroughthe employment supported by the municipalities and f the romatningthree two Berlin fromHieTie various exehangeakeep in rUlrqIlJhJob1 l oh Muni Ohart are exehanaed listedthatray l or c E 1p t1 1 kf 40JII V fjl qtr flIi- JJ f ft cr t r X O ix+ ez1 DIRECTORS Henry A Kraft George Kopmeier Edward F Peter Charles Scholtz Jr A N Struck Henry C Wajbeck A PWtnkler y oM oooaoaeaoa s a +or + IItenryd Wnlbeck I I her of persons employed and the nature of the work each desire Wren it is necessary and justifiable the traveling expenses of laborers are paid from One section to an other but this is not encouraged at it easily Ileads to abuse Tho State which owns the railroads allow workmen traveling to accept posl tions a big discount on their tickets The thorough organizations of these emR1reproventswhat the United States a surplus of un employed labor In one section and at the same time a labor famine in another The usual position taken by the labor exchange during a strike is to notify the men registered t of tho positions made vacant but at the same time to Inform them fully ot the strike conditions The laborer ron decide for himself Just what ho wishes to do Some small local exchanges take sides In strikes DOMINICANS founded and Nourished the Irish College at Louvaln It wgs on fay 6 1616 that the Irlph Franciscan church ot Louvaln- In Belgium was founded by Most = Rev Florence OMaeJconalre O ji- M Archbishop of Tuam the founder of the college in 1607 owing to tho munlfjcenco of tho Archduke Albert of Austria Within Its walls may still bo seen the tombsof many an Tlfyistrlous Irish exile Including Lady Rose ONeill widow of Prince Grthlr ODonnell of Tyfconnel and second wife of tho Illustrious Owon Roo ONeill who died November 1 1670 In the Church of St Inters Louvaln Is a monument and bust to tho memory of Rev Dr Gregory Stapleton an Irish Rector of tho University of Louvaln who died In 1694 The Irish Dominican College of Holy Cross waafounded hyRev Richard Berralngham O P M In 1624 but rofonnded on a moro de slrablo site by two secular priests of Galway Fathers Gregory and Henry JoyceIn 1056 and duly con secrated by Bishop French of Ferns in 1668 In this latter church were interred the remains of Lord Clare and MaYor John OCarroll who were mortally wounded at Ramllles In May 1706 KISILOP ALLEN Head of the Mobile Dio cese Has Reason to Celebrate One of the most prominent dig- nitariesI of tho Catholic church In I the South Is tho Right Rev Edward P Allen Bishop of Mobile Ills dio case comprises the entire State of Alabama and Western Florida a ter I ritory of 69000 square miles He Is in charge of a Catholic population of 38000 ministered to tiy 101 priests Bishop Allen was born in Lowell Mass on St Patricks day 1863 His parents were Irish lie received his early educatldn in Lowell and then proceeded to Mount St Marys wherohocal studies Ho was ordained in 1881 Ho remained at the college as ono of tho professors until tho spring of the following year when he was called to poston as an assistant priest at the Cathedral 1884 ho was called back to St Marys to become Its 11In Many priests now prom l In the United States wero at the old Mount during the thirteen years of Father Allens regime He resigned as President after he bad been appointed Bishop of Mobile Ho was consecrated on May 16 1897 Bishop Allen Is the fifth Bishop of Mobile Its first prelate Bishop Michael Portler was consecrated on November 5 la2Other Bishops fin order were Right Roy John Quintan Right Rev Dominic Manuqy and Right Rev Jeremiah OSulJJvan who dqd on August 10 tSQGHAlthough his labor take him over a vast territory Bishop Allen find time to visit the remotest corners 1 Hollt an eloquent pulpit orator and Is held In high regard in the South by Protestants aa well aa CathpUcs His friends in Mobile will eon gratutatte him on St Patricks day also his birthday u IIKMJSMBRR TULL1t l John J ally beOd lif- esaleris ready to furnish hls patrons with a fine line of spring netshammockscbagsrlaundrtbutohereapronsawnin tents antI lttarpaulins Mr Tully has aUmai1ner of yacht and fMariciens supplies if you wait aji uptodate1 IJcamping outfit see roll tJ Tully at tia X rU TJilr street His ware are all pedand at0 zeter mtarepre Islet4drr C 1it rJ 4 m j z z A P Winkler 4R ecrerary XX GERMAN f INSURANCE COMPANY IYrI Surplus Capital Profits and Un JS200000t 207209 West Market St IAIIlosesIii bh44 tbM r e4w40Ari rrew c cc raccaaea a + e WOEFULI KM Been Uio Talc of Irelandsf History for Many Centuries 1 I Faction and Invasions Hrouglit tier Death Disaster andI Hula nut Subjugators Never 6nc JKxlwl In Conquering the Sturdy People DAWN FOR ERINS SUNBURST Who were the people that first in habtted Ireland 7 Whence did they come and when These are ques tions that never have been settled Of course there are ancient stories about the early settlement of the country but most of them have been proven to foe purely legendary These legends recall Ute successive tovaslon of six different nations the Parth akmtans the Dodannans tho Neme diana the Foraarlans the Finbogs and the Mlteslans Prior to the advent of St Patrick it la known that the natives of Ireland had written laws and were fond of literature art and music Tho Inhabitants wore Pagans but the only God they wor shiped was the sun About the time that St Patrick began hjs work In Ireland the wild hordes of barbarians from the north of Europe began to sweep over the south of Europe Ireland was off tho beaten track ot these vandals and bocamo the western seat of learning and for nearly four hun dred years was known as the land of satnta and scholars Moilaterles and places of learning sprang up all over tho country and learned men from Ireland wore welcomed with distinguished honors at every court and seat of learning in Europe Fn the ninth century the Danes Invaded Ireland and for 200 years peace and learning were almost for gotten in efforts to repel the sav age invaders At that time unfor tunately Ireland was governed by a number of potty chiefs headed by the ArdRlfih or OverKing The petty chiefs were constantly at war with each other and therefore became an easy prey to the invading Danes In the eleventh century ap peared Brian Born and he succeed odin reconciling all factions that they might make common defense against the Danes He gained a signal victory over tho Danes at Clpntarf in 1016 but lost his life after the battle had been won Not to St Patrick Brian Boru stands out as tho most colossal and striking figure in Irbh history Somo years after tho death of Brian Boru factional fights and feuds in Ireland cropped out again IlFhhyIIgation of Ireland His efforts to make Ireland a part of England wore undertaken in the twelfth cen tury and for tho next 650 years the history of tho Island is a black cat alogue of wars of conquest and ob stinate resistance of confiscation and plunder of tyranny and In justice Tho English invaders tried to e tcrml ate the people their faith and their language- In I the reign of King Edward III the use of the Irish language was entirely forbidden ancient Irish I JnterI I thoItribute to the Papal Sep His daughter Queen Elizabeth Imposed andIcontJSI f IQUelliIncsstq English courtiers and colonists I OaplsllvngI well who 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Hshed a religious retifcat In the County Meath In the year 40 she established the famous coayont of Klldarc St Brlgid traveled nil over Ireland eStablishing Inlsndcn- rlng for tho poor the homeless and the afflicted After a life ot piety tindi charity St Brlgid died on February 1523 and was burled at Klldare When the Dahtes devastated Klldarfl her followers had Her re- maIns removed to Downpatrlck and eepulturcd near St Patrick and St Columtm Irish women have ever Imitated the virtues of St Brlgid though their efforts may have been along different lines In moro trecent times one roads of Nano Nagle the foundress of the Presentation order She waa born In Oounty Cork the daughter of Garrett Nagle a man of property Nana was educated In Paris Upon her return her thoughts ere turmoil to the lamehtalble condi tion of the poor Irish Catholic chlt dren deprived under the penal laws of all chances of education In 1763 she established schools In Dublin and Cork at her own expense In 1771 at her Instance a house for the reception of the nuns of the Jrcullno order was erected in Cork So strpng was the prejudice against thorn among the dominant class that prIvacyItWear secular dress Miss Nagle then organized a band ofIrls women who agreed to give themselves solely to the poor peiplo of Ireland They e ve+ o known as Sisters ot the Pre sentation Mother Nagle died in 1784 aridi her community was not given recognition arid sanction until 1791 when Pipe Plus VI commanded their work- The then reigning Pope gave the authorItytowhere in Irc1andtpT the recaption of virgins whose duty it would be to Instruct children in the rudiments themdITercettand to visit sick women In public Infirmaries and hfclp them in their necessities At this time the Pre sentation order has representative houses in Ireland England Aus AmericaMars McAuley louad rfes of the Ordlerof Mercy was born in the County Dublin In 1779 tier parents died while she was mung and the suture nun was brought up viby Protestants She never wavered in liter faith and de votion Before many yearsshe had the satisfaction of seeing her foster parento devout members qf the Cath olic church Iferfoster father John OCallaghan left her quite a for devoteitestabUahed in J ubllh homefor the education and care of young women and for the visitation of thesick and distressed In 1831 after Mother panloMliadCmonths they made vows 01 ipoyerty ArchblshopMurrl1Y orlne McAuley MotherSurlorID tindbrtheOne of ber Jbiogr phaJDrn B OBrlen of Dublin lias written of her Tie character of XJathierlne McAuley Is the most precious legacy that her children can Inherit from her Its chief strength seems to lie in tie simplicity What is j3till mow gontlenessself 4o be moulded and directed bt claiminganyrights I on the ground of helarge fortune which sho brought wlth her to thrundertaking BOSTON 0A1 QO ii 1h rThe BpstprXiCiafci Company at 337f Miarket8tret its ogle of the imoet popular bu8lnes opnceicns tihi Ioekvllle Np cifo Jin I ulifiylller 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guaranteedt t A LITTLE GUT FROM IUKLAND 1 Here granma heros a present It has r6me a distance too I Tis a little pot of shamrocks and Ittcomes addressed to you Yes all the way from Ireland and tho card here metltionehf more I K They were gathered at your birthhplace on the banks ofAvonIIIn more ji From Ireland do you tell met Oh darling fs It true l Acushla let me feel themand you say twas there theytt grew Why scarce believe It Is It fireallyii Prom my birthplace In ould Ire- landl poor Ireland far awayci I Im old and stiff and feeble and in darkness God be praised i Yet Katy how it stirs me how my poor old heart is raisedtt To feel it hero so near me the soil that gave me birthsI a The very clay of Ireland let mec kiss the holy earth L These blessed little shamrocks I cant see them yeti knowvThey bring me back the eyesight of the happy long ago I And gleaming thro the darknesso E comes the vision that I love The dear green fields of Ireland and the sunny flkfeB a oye1tfr t JlIscc as once I saw them when att girl like you a stood i I Amid the furze and heather theres the chapel hill and wood I i I Theres the abbey clad with ivy and the rivers winding jl shore r- And the boys and girls all playing on the batiks of Avonmore I God bless the little shamrocks then J for calling back tae scene Ilit The beauty of the Bunshlnet tbeC brightness of the green Thro long long years to see It sand to see It all so plain Ah child Im sure Youre Bmlllngn I but Im feeling young again I And thou h Im truly thankful J I for the blessing that GodsII hand I Has brought mefKtlY in this H great and happy land I cant forget She old hoplomldstI tho comforts ot the neW My heart Is threo parts burled whero those shamrock grow Old11LE111URtBS 4 ri To Be Revived by the V Famous Sixty ninth The famous Sbclyrilnlh Regiment Coleanniversary of that regiments ao parturefor the war I1i 18G1 On the afternoon of Sunday April 23 f the regiment wH attwod vespers In Bt Patricks Cathedral Qn the rfollowing evening there will ea review at the rciflmwjtal armory The famous Sixtyninth gave good service to the caiwe of tb4 Union Iti the civil mf Itsm mljersf oiliest e inil ptlalefl were all Irishmen This regiment serTed tbroughout Jhf war nail leave i goofl j wiint oY jItselft on every field Whiugver there wa aI danger t1er 1 yere tatembftr of th- dutyntnthtigltingand e rallyingl around the standardsotEriqan aL aColubfa Only i Jaw of the oldI thelroniiifamous fighting Slrty lnthsad litiw 3 rt splendid inenaorio GLEAM aTA101a men epltidc rt 1 1 linep itty Whra fa d bf eola r- p 1 1 r r J f BCAUTIfUL Devotions ot the Wi y of the Cross e Originated with the IIftcScn Several Popes have Granted and Rxtcnded the Originali Indulgences J What Uto Stations Represent andAn omoof Their History fOLLOWING OURNEYDfCHRSTI Many Catholics practice Vho devto Eton of the Way of the Cross during Lent yet canvparaUvoljr Jew know tho origin and history ot this pious custom Tho Stations as they are commonly called arc a series of Images or paintings representing dlt ferout t1yentsin tho passion and death of our lx ndii and Saviour Jesus Christ These Stations are ranged nround on both sides of the main niter In Catholic countries they are ofton tfound In the pen air and along roads leading to shrines or some church standing on a hill There are fourteen of these sta ions The first shows Pilato In the not of dellverying Christ to the Jews Pilate 1fg represented as washing his hands of tho matter Next vro see our Saviour receiving his cross In the third scene Jesus falls the first time The meeting between Jesus and his blessed mother Is shown In the fourth station In thori jxt we see Simon of Cyreno for ced to help Christ carry his cross In the sixth scone Veronica Is shown wiping tho face of the bruised and bleeding Saviour Iri the seventh of the series then Redeemer tells the second time under his burden Next Ito is seen admonishing the women of Jeru Balom 4Woep not for me but for your children and your childrens children The third fall under the welKjht of cross Is depleted in the ninth station In the next picture we see im stripped of his garments while is persecutors are casting lots tor them The eleventh picture shows is crucifixion Ills death Is shown the twelfth In the thirteenth we Fee hla body removed from the cross and In the fourteenth nail last sta tion his entombment Is depicted In the idtocese of Vienna Austria the number of stations was reduced o eleven at the close of the eighteenth century In other places a ftoonth station has been added the finding af the cross of Helena These have never been authorized The devottao of the Way pf the Cross began In the Franciscan or theIguardians of the holy places In Jerusalem and these stations are in- ended as a help to making In spirit pilgrimage to the scene of Christs and death Pope Info- ent XII In 1694 authentically in terpreting a brlcrf wf his predecessor Innocent XI In 1686 declared that the Indulgences granted for devoutly certain holy places In Pales tine could be gained by alt Fran iscans and by all affiliated to the rder If they made the Way of tho Cross devoutly e Ir 1726 Pope Benedict Ellaextended thbee Indulgences to all the faithful and Clement XII In 1731 permUted persons to gain the Inr diligences at stations which were riot In Franciscan churches provided FranciscanIAt present and particularly In Eng land the connection between the stations and Franciscans js almost inI is customary to call upon a1 iFran cUcan to conduct the exorcises It is a beautiful devotion and one that teaches fiumillty and charity Every Friday evening in Lent the falttifull Saviour front tie tribunal 6T Pilate to the tomb At every stop there Is food formcdHaUGnSCJmoCatt1qUcsrl- 1l1tc the stations every ztornUig1be fore or after mansand continue the practice the whole t year These Catholics are tTiLrgln dear as In word tt follow the Divine Master The practice Is edifying and worthy pf emulation QUICK wrr Wendell 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StovesandRange S+ u c7 Abo PacklDj and RellBlsilBil I J kT fIi V i 1 LET US SHOW YOU 1YtI f S W Cor Jackson gad Market iStreltr PN r ORMbBJJi mm MIIIIPETER IER EIt ERJfr9P C GtK ni5 0 Fresh ieati aW t Vejlet i xrliotmta Fkode IABISlI h jr- O V D Je t Y AVhc irY Xiy- Alt Sir L s j s f N t QUc r i J t Ii t 7 0 j- rrjcisr IaAltX NJ2 iI tNTUGKY f1Sll tlMERlGflN Je tae dtojhe Swal anA Moral Mvancememen ol Irjsh Amerlcafls a d Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Msbs gIc Institute arid Catholic Knights of America i IC NlICKYII AMERICAN PRINTING CO1rtorftted Publish 1 t WSCRlPTlCJN tWICe ONE DOLLAR PER JAR SINtILRCOPY5c I GnttteJ at thi Loulivlllo PoitoHlce is SwoodCIsM jnatter tUrisati HrialcatbH io tile KEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West S J 1 r LOUISVILLE I KYv FRlUAYrMARCH 17191L cXAT1LICXSc Diy GKEET1NO KeifluckyI Irish and subscribers In a dreaa of emerald hue It la no mean task to get tojj tlPatrlcks1 every Irish editor it is a labor of f love Love Is encouraged by reclprc catod affection and this year thott I subscribers and advertisers of i Louisville have shown their apprccla lion of past efforts It has b6en o- iI I BelfImpoDcd task of gatherln Information instructive intorestln and amusing to all our readers Ian our patrons we wish athousand I healths on this St Patricks day WHIT HUSH AHE PROUD Aside from the religious slg nlflcanco of March 17 why do wo Irish celebrate today Because wo were before Rome was dreamed or1 becauso tho people of Franco ant11 Germany wore running nakedI through tho woods when her own Parliament 1317 years be tore tho advent of Christ because cur ancestors got tho faith and kep It because Irishmen have carrIed tho faith to every land because the Irish spirit has never been con quercd English Intrusion in Ireland has been so poisonous In Its result absorbing the attention of students and statesmen thjit men forget 1t8 evils mark but a recent phase tIn Irelands history Dane and Norma notwithstanding had untlf ithonlx rtcenth century a wonderful career As late as 1536 a statesman belovqc by Henry VIII described Ireland as None other but a very paradise delicious of nil pl asauncc to roapec and regard of any other nation In the world Not the Saxons but the Normans came to Ireland In HGp as they hat conquered England They won- T noble follows und succumbed t Irish civilization becoming mor Irish than the Irish themselves Thi Pitch cap the gibbet tho liaison cup and the Protestant Bible wore brought to Ireland by tho SaxOn L horde four centuries llater So old was tho civilization in the days of Homes glory that Plutarcl 4toUso UB that the civilization or other nations is neW compared to it Not tradition but written hlstor tells us that Iroland nations Parliament was In session at Taro as J early as 13 17 D C Its sessions won held ovary three years There tho Brehon laws were formulated and the legislators were entertained by tho ArdRlgh whoso lIne contlnuec Yor 2000 years St Patrick know of the advanced 4atate of civilization of the Irish 110 turfled his knowledge to advantage 4 and It was a comparatively easy task for him to comblnp faltl In the Trinity with their worldly knowledge St Patrick entrusted xH the truths of Christianity to a natlot fn which ho had faith That people have defended the faith for Ilftcet centuries and please God they vrfll defend It while time lasts Today amid tho ruins of ancient abbeys ol rouud towers and Celtic crosses the prayers orII Irish men women and children are going up for the salVa tloa of the world as well as for the temporal welfare of Ireland lu America In South Attica In Aus Iralia In every land whore tho sun Thlntsatoday there are exiled Irlsji V fcf11 praythE to Goth 1 Mako Ireland a nation once again L SVpUMVB DRUT IO lUEIjANl i Sti PatrlcK lOft more than faith In ChrIst in Ireland lIe loft his mls iionary1 spirit to thff Irish people and its impress has been felt In- 4iOttUtryrI ft and every clime Slav- ektfiie tho Irish have beep sent 1nlp the world to wWHcss for the W ttnale rihttpeisonaUty Tffyififc al theobstrncUonaand S etuHiVlfi pt formal lawv Stv Patrick Ii pJrj8t1animlulonary 1le I t PWchd the doctrines of love and P vbrothfrhbBd th vcJ wonderful a way 14 I that iMtopla i ibelieved him The Irish c ja tt1raJave becomiB a race 9 Ills sIorles Jpifichlntr to thw whole world fi rU lity41 oft man the t y mHglon ot democracy Jt it vnaart fQUil little Jllia do10 pereiiially7 frsia witt itsiize iUd1ng utfaringi at teirs 1 Ji kbIe plrlt U Yt1 ot IU burst or 1ugtr ltttuJ 1tk i J j- i 7 Sr that of Greodor Kfanco Tho grImness of Romo seems coarsc and the British omplro Is sullen tnd moroso beside It Ireland lives not for any great HUCCJESOS but for the brilliance of Its spirit In the tace of outrage and disaster The worldwldo modern movi mpntthonjTh1sIng of the people IIn all lands claiming their heritage of nature Twos much of its heartinei and vital heat to tho coutaglbi spirit of the fighting Irish natioi which has put tire and faith Inlo the brains of men V JUST A WAUNINU There seems toba muehr mlscb n option among non Catho1cs as to the position of Catholics In matte lS political Every Catholic shoultl seek to make uls position plnln concerning his stand In politics In the first place tho Catholic who seeks political preference does BOUS a citizen of his county city State or nation as the case may be N 0- ff Catholic stands oh a platform 60 narrrfw that faith Is his on J qualification IWoo catholics demandthtltwe must not bo voted against bccaus6 we are Catholics neither must we seek votes slnTply becauso wo arc Catholics Necessarily wo must have other qualifications The cot test must be on principles and the eUJTracter and trustworthiness of theI candidates On this basis Catholic are willing to enter any politic contest on this basis they have no tear of opponents I IILls no moro to be considered 1 compliment to nominate nQnthollc for office than It Is to no nlnI11ea i candidate of nay other rcllglou belief Pdlltlcal parties are fallible Just as individuals are fallible find a party that would nominate a nHlU merely to get the Catholic vote or nominate a man oven though not 11 Catholic as a decoy or bait Ito Bathcf Catholic votes irrospeptiv6 ot the principles for which that part stands or the qualifications ofth candidates as a blind to covet Jepartys dotlcloncles would insult the Intelligence artd belittle tho patriotI- sm of tho Catholics they wdald 8eek to onsnaro I No Catholic must stand for such in insult to his follows because he Is bringing scandal upon his follow Rathollcs No honor comes to ia CJathollc office holder whether ho bo i lowly Constable or tho Chlo Jiistlco of tho Unltqd States Buprem Court unless his integrity abllit and pattlotlsm in the porformanc of his polItIc duties draw forth tho commendation anti approval of ill fair minded citizens One can bo proud of tho majority af Catholics who have held offIse In tbo history of those Unite States We can bo proud df bhdrle is Carroll of Carrpilton of Chic rustlco White of Don Johnson of I Kontucky and of thousands of lease lights throughout the nations his tory but the true American Cathpll has no uso for tho political grafter Iwbo Judaslike betrays his Loril inl1 Master for a tow pieces of silver JudasVontand hanged himself It there are any graters In Kent- UCKY now who wpuldtrado on i jollUcs and t 01lcltylet him ollow Judai AN IUISHA3IKKIOAK HOLtDAV You might as well understand 1It ow that St Patricks day Is not only an Irish anniversary but ai imerjcan institution Several signers of tho Declaration of Independenci had Irish blood In their vclmi Mor than one President of the Unitei Itatcs has bo n proud of his Irish blood and George Washington wa an honorary member otthe Frl4 dlY Sons of Sf Patrick However it Is- nQt i seuerally knon that Washing ton was the father ot St Patrlckja dar celebrations In this country fo- bls soldiers encamped at Morrlatow 10 gave the first order ever Iwuw In this cOuntry to ouwrye the an jverwir of St Patrick Theodore UooiwveH has written B the beP t1esOeSrltIrIsk poetry nd literature aurpawlng man rlsh Khblars In hia knowledge ot- the BbjcI Abraham ncpln t istlfjtd to the yalcirand heroisrai pf rtsh offlcera and ppldll lr lin the VJ1 war Ivilllam Miklnley pralee4- e patrlol8H and courage of Irish men la tie iwar yitii Spaing Bach y af the ljjxiJix celebrated Ith1 inocMalBfl wesaday nlent1liPlU t t Amez1cini rdiM of res WsiJttot1 t v i UI part In these exercises at whIch thi Stars and Stripes aijd the flag Erin not only affdctlbttately n1Uigl but af which American Jlb rtyaJd patriotism ore hold up as tho fdcal ot Irish national aspiration Long may thIs spirit flourish It stlnd1i fOr religious reverence and I the highest ideals of humanity llbert patriotism chivalry equality broth hood and the hand of helnfulne s- I Which men are bound to extend ono I to another On this St Patrick day let us nfl join Intt the Irll sqldiers toast to Columbia The greoh tho red the white anll blue Forever and forever LOGIC AT IT SANKLY An army of 20000 America sBldlors are encamped on America territory just across the b rdcr from Mexico Fleets of the Amor can navy are patrolling the eastern and Western coasts of Mexico Itd there are som people who teem worried over the matt r To tMm It Is mysterious or insane or war Thte need bo no worry ovor the matter The United Stateb tloveri men Is merely suppressing trouble Arms and men from the Unite States have been smuggled acrossthe ToJllllne to aid the Insurrectlonisl down there President Taft nas decided tardily perhaps to put 1 stop to this smuggling ofarms aind meat As CommanderluChlct of tbe army and navy tho President la eX pectetj to act according to his judgment The i l anrev01utlon Is likely to bo quelled quickly par tlcularly as their Bupplles aretobe cut oft The practice for the army and navy will be ot benefit Several historians monks for lho most part undertook to write the lives of the Irish saints Kac historian did hfs work well as fat as ho went and then he died Tb writ the Jives of the Irish saints would bo a greater task than counting tho slats In the heavens Every foot ot Irish ground has been molstcnc by tho blood of martyrs and tho tears of saints Historians should seek an easier task i 0With the approval btr the Cardlni Archbishop of Lyons nmonthly mass has been founded in France for the purpose of Invoking the blessing of Gmt on th6 Catholic press 3ud securing for ovary Catholic famil a clean honest Christian paper Iho same Idea might bo applied with benefit In the United States t LAUDS CRUHOH Methodist Minister Tells Why Church Mold People You talk about the wonderful the Roman Catholic church has 11hold Its people saul Bishop Kdwii Hughes of California speaking to an audience In the Bromfloli I street Methotllst Rplacppal church IIn Boston You ask how does It do 1ItI 1 I will toll you how it does It TheY Instruct their children It IiIs borno in upon the consciousness o every child In every Roman Catholl homo as soon as It comes to any sort ot understanding that the church 1 Is tho instrument of his salvation anll be Is held rlgut to that Idea The BstaTllBh their catechetical classes they run their parochial schools with v religious purppso and thoy IIry ain sfibrnious emphalsls upon tfcklni care of theIr children I say to you If ho Roman Catholic church Is will Ing to pay that price for holding Its own and the Methodist Kplscopo hunch Is not vllllnR to pay tha price for holding its own then I sa Y tho Roman Catholic church deserve Lo bo the coming church Tho Protestant church that docs not sea tha Its future Is inevitably bound up with religious Instruction Is justj aJ crtalnly doomed to failure as I an standing hero tonight HUSH OIUGINI Waterlord Mnn rounded Order oT Christian Brothers The Christian Brotbprs who hftyi stabltehed aschools In America arc really known In the church a the IhrlstWH Brothers cf Ireland Thoj aro part of n religious congr esatloJi ounded In the city of Ayatorford In 1802 Edmond Ignatius JUcfaCatholic and wealthy Kilkenny man jas the ItqnMr His heart went out In pity to tbo etreet urchins who had been neglected becahso they wjcrc atbollcsi The jpaod man resolved to devote his llfo and his fortunb to tho care Qf thteae children Ills first school was opened Jn Vaterford tOn May 1 S04 arirt was eminently successful+ hii alterci demeanor pf the children 9 ho attended his sdhool caused fa Orable amrafeint md ore jpnc h- W8S taken uriiler ith patronage of the Bishop of Waterfbrd His swalll- an4examqileOli11d o a riyoung rne1 to Join him and wltlijn 4 short t JHB the Bishops of otJier dtocoMi iVUed blra Jto Opitll SchoolIIl In the otireeQ a few yyerah had Mtab 1IthqiiiMMi oit 1je rJiiJIp iQprk lUbllrj tlltlerc1 and pthjr center tl pop u ltion Aapreflt thrre more than 800 niemb aJIOl lie Sr in Iriljftjjl teaching taorkjfthan 00 OO boyiiiijid youaf menli Th1 ulitfin ro4beN bi oj em- ilttwhi Wa10sf1 l In aabUibIis thelr tchooU to tt4 UnK d iUtwi l i riri rI t fI 5 iP 4 rt JL t 11 I srloJQSIJL Will Be Honored All Over Catholic World Tomorrow Tomorrow1 March 11will bo St Josephs day and ad such will be celebrated by Catholics the orld Irtshmenhaverick until tomorrow they honor I the spouse of tho Blessed Virgin lloIlI tho less Here in Louisville Itho principal Celebration of the day wl11 take dree alSf JoSophs churc Washington and Webster streel wheto a solemn high mass will bb sung at 10 oclock St Joseph occuplen a place or hi own In the devotion of modern Catholics such as Is given no other salnt The devotion to St Joseph is R striking Instance of Catholic 1IBnga modern In itself and yet based on mostancient and Scriptural prln cjplfis St Joseph was the husband of Mary the mother of God Our Saviour Himself was subject to him while the saint lived To havl been chosen by God Hlmeelf as th husband of the virgin mother md the foster father of our Lordthee are surely solid grounds for a singular devotion to St Joseph In 1642 Pope Urban VII made St Josephs day March 19 a holld of obligation but this regulation Is not observed In America In 1871 Plus IX confirming a decree of the Sacred Congregation placed the whole church under the patronage of St Joseph chose him as the church protector anti made his feast1 double of the first class Catholics venerate St Joseph because he was protector of the holy family on earth and must neces sarlly be Intercessor in heaven for faithful Catholics in heaven NEW OFFIGE11S And Committees Named to Guide Destinies of Pop ular Club The now officers of tho Cathol Womans Chib are Miss Maggio Judge President Mrs Charles Smith First Vice IrcsldentzMrs M Boqche Second Vice ProsirteiH Mrs D F Murphy Third Vlre President Mrs Ben Janslng Troa uror Mrs Mary Cross Recording Secretary Mrs George Heart Ji Corresponding Secretary The fol lowing committees have been named Buying Mrs Charles Smith and Mrs M Boschc Finance Mrs Ben Jonslng Mn Smith Mrs Murphy and Mrs Poncho Entertainment vMrs 000 rgo Hoertz Jr Mrs John D schemey and Miss Katlo Collins Momberhlp Mrs Murphy Chairman Library corrniitteeMisa Katie Collins Chairman V 1loUao4re B Janslng and Mrs Cross Lunch MrsV JjctheHand Chat man jI i CO2IJA CoM ol1 is growing In popularIty ami tho refreshing and nonlntox eating boverago has A firm hold on tho people General Manager Fred S Schmidt Is constantly pushing tilIB wares Improving his plant and IIn every possible way conforming to lho spirit and letter of the pure food laws There Is no cleaner nionu factory In Louisville than his Coca Cola headquarters at Tenth an- Iotn streets Tho bottles aro auto matically cleansed three timed and aro then alitotmAlcqlly filled and scaled Only the purest Ingredients are used In the manufacture of tho article Itself CocaCola Is a refreshing and Invigorating drink- S It palatable In any season of the year Mr Schmidt has made ai rangcraents to take care of extr largo demands of tbo trade thIs pring and summer COL VOUNO UALLIKB Late advices rom Baltimore say that Gel Bennett II Young well known attorney and Confederate war veteran Is rallying nicely fom an operation on his throat Co Young has suffered from throat trouble for some time and a fortnight ago Went to Baltimore and became a paHlent at the Johns Hopkins Has pltal Tho attending physicians do Med that an operation was nccea sary It was porforrftcd on Brlda of last week The doctors say I1It was IJuc cssutItf FRIKXDLY SONS The Loulsvlllb branch of thtJ rlendly Sons of St Patrick will oRabrato the feast of Ireland atron saint with a banquet at thq icolbach Hotel this evening JUdge Walter Lfncoln will lie the toast ndster Tho speaker anti their re poptlvo toasts will be Judgo Mat JDohorty Irish Poets lion Ed fard J McDermott Irish Govern lent v Attorney Thomas Walsh IrlsH Poetry Covers ylll bo lait for fifty BV FQI ORI1fAZS T fTumbcr of charitable ladles ol he cTy Rave organ Icdasellnioptoly to make garmonts rplthe rpt an boys at Sf ThomasItlYluUf riloa Iark For the present the wlnK wIll bo dpne aSt Anthonyit Hospital Those now emsaged In the orKlInclude MesdataeiJ V Thomp om Matt OOoherty Thomas P Qb JJ Caffrey J 0 Wathh 1WOa1ln Thomas J Tierney and MIN Ora Brovjitield Tha ladles x- peti iccoinpUi h a great wprHv SItNIFilCi4 11IMQ t Jt Moje 8r t rWn pepptlai- rketI tpeet ekthIer tl1 triled q- J tb eontrart for fdrnlihkti Tde oJiamprav Irtilrts for the it Uer r riJIIl irn Uie coinlag summer Qitttja umimber oLfhnmp ttt- or the tnrect Ikp Ictory nt f- S II Moa A Comp hIriSd taut triumoV for tuxnfe tadtty S t r i r1 tr7 t N j J GOO FELLOW- UassIendcz Vows for His T EtEICfldS New and Old l CaptII Tao success that followed James W Ilendrlcks in the Police department has followed him into cpmmdcrial life but that Is because Capt Jim always has his hand on tho hrottle and his eye on the track Ho was a good and faithful patrolman and as ha gradually nros tI to tho rank of Lieutenant and Cap tattt ho increased his efficiency For I twenty years ho served Louisville as- a police officer and always porformei tho tasks assigned him in a manne that brought cncpnlums Never harsh ot abrupt but always ia stickler for tho strict observance o tho law hotnado enemies only of malevolent lawbreakers Jim Hen drlcks was an able politician befon he became a policeman and twenty years on the force only Increased his Insight into men affairs and pol Itics Ills cafo at the southwest corner of Fifth and Jefferson streets tho Good Follows Hendcz Vous Is bo coming more and moro popular over day because Cart Jim Is always on the Job There ore few men iir Louisville that are acquainted wit mprj people than Is Capt Hendrlcks Ho Is on hand night and day to extend a cheery word to his old ac I quolntancca and never lacks for a cordial welcome for now friends H jJs finding a gold rhino In the Good Fellows nendez Vous Why shouli he not when Ijo Is tile prince of good follows himself Ho has tho Trial gift of wit and ready speech and thi Inherent charity of nil sons of Erin j His tongue can bo caustic too but IIf be tins anything uncharitable to saj about you It will bo said to your face It Is seldom that his wit evej stings lIe laughs with you Instead of at you I It On this St Patricks day Capt Hendrlcks expects all his friends tc call Tho lunch counter Is ono ol the features of tho cafe and Irish stew Is tho ordinary piece do rO1 sistance Today however ho has 011 ranged for a genuine PotPatrick for his friends and ho promises a hundred thousand welcomes to all who call to Drink their PofPatrlck With Patrick FitzPatrick Who came from PpwnPatrick With Patrck Pltznatrlck On Patricks day In tho morning FOOD FOR PANS Colonels Arc pract clnlil Dally and Season SoonOpens As the season advances tho base baft Ins are emerging train behind stoves anA radiators and hieing for Lbclipse Iark to witch tho colonels In their practice work Manager upward Believes ho has a Zinc lot of Youngster and each day ecea them Improve in their practlco work Npno of the players nro complaining of sore arms or weak Jcgs due to severe training Tho fans aro pleased with hayden as a successor tp Pickering Hayden lu a much batter ilplderand batter The add tion of Grltushaw Itltchcy and Len nbi1 a toWer ot strength to tho team The Beason will open an April 12 with Kansas Citys team hero to cross bats with the Colonels The big holiday guinea will not all come to this city Oa Decoration day LpulsvIlToL will play at Columbus while Toleflos team wii como heron July 4 Tj p Colonels wilt be In Indianapolis on Labor Bay The tears is practicing dally and tho public is ailtnHtpd Jvpe to watch the work and size up the men in dlviduaVly1 alid collectively The fans have full confidence la Owner Gray son and Attorney Barker4Mr Gray son lisa given Mwiaxer Howard art i blanche to jjetthe best pogr elblt team for Loulivllla 1tfd that duty is now up to him Nn tlUtJR i NAVY jKev Father Hrom l kllottlDlotid Minn has been appoljitBd IhaPlalB of tha fbattlishlp yMlnne tan hi the flrst Pollik prijlltUI CAipiain I the United Stalsi- IIvy w 0 J 4 ii 1 rJ Y tlif 0 J 1 j l fItllrj I 7 LITERARY ENTERTAINMENT UNOKK AUSriCKS OF Ancient Order of Hibernians Macauleys Theatre Sunday Mar 191 Best Local Talent in the Cily Miss Effie McDonald Miss Abbie Chester Miss Jennie Giles Miss Catherine Shea Miss Gladys Rieee Mr John J Flynn Mr Dave Maloney Mr John Zoll Mr Jos McGill Address by J J Kavanagh TICKETS 25 AND SO GTS Oo sale at Kentucky Irish American and Dougherty A Mollltolti IRISh MEN AND WOMEN Find Ease and Comfort When They Wear I I WALKOVER- iI i SHOES The latest Spring Styles and Shapes in all sizes Iiand makes WalkOver Shoes are known for their Ii wear and the satisfaction they give young and o- ldfHARRYGSCHUTZIi io I 309 SOUTH FOURTH AVELz 88e e4S 44+ e SS44 +t+ oe oI M J VflNN President JOHN G HESSION Secy S at fMJ WINN CO tit INC 2 MAKERS OF Gentlemens Garments j 628 FOURTH AVE I Opposite St Josephs Infirmaryii ca Q BQ OO6 o O +Q0 otee 8 fe P VIGLINMI Prcildcut C MS HEBEL Cashier 1HI iQerman Bank Ii LOUISVILLE KY I Capitali li 5 250000 530000Surplus Isi DEPOSITSffINTEREST PAID ON TIHE I i if iiHome Phone Parkland 27 Comb South 327y DOUGHERTY LflNNING GOflL GOMPflNY llocorpautii Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal OFFICE AND YARD I5TH AND MAGNOLIA 4 + 44 + 4 + + t4 + I 1 + x+ o x + THOMAS E CAMFIELD CORN IA SALOON l C t I COnly the Beat of Wines Liquors dCigarlJ11 WARM LUNCH DAILYI Nrni0135L1 UI l It W Corner Floydand Main Streets hl tJ JtJ O4c14 to rr it i i r s d J i I j tu i l IIL v 1 rhj rJ I e u t J JC TUoI u- 7i a AM EtX c i swiss CLANRS ANtI DVfRS e efoHS sIS o4 + eeee+r awteoNe4t e ea ee 0 TIPTOP I s L 2 0- A u 6RfADii GUARANTEED 1 f r 11111 I i PER CENT PURE i FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS i 1 O MO Neee4 O 4 Of110 eN 0 NNNNNt1eNNNfi 1 ONNIf1NNN4100NN 0 0ONG00e 0 1 ON00- SAVING PART OF YOUR INCOME 4 Is a good habit and one that should be cultivated by all care ful and prudent persons but the fact tba the comfort of yuur wife and children is dependent on your earning capacity should not be overlooked and this larDing capacity should be insured for their benefit Thc Participating Income Bond Policy i Affords Ideal protection Inthat it provides 1 1r FirstA prompt payment of the amount of the policy In the event of death Second If totally nnd permanently disabled and your n ability to earn a living for your family 1is destroyed the com pany without cost to you will keep up your insurance or will pay the amount of the policy to you in ten equal annual installments q r Third Should you live to be seventy 70 years old the amount of the policy will be paid you in cash thus protecting x you against poverty and want in old age v COMMONWEALTHw lIfIINSURANCEij GO iI HOME OFFICE Y CQMMot WEALTH BUILDING 312 WEST CHESTNUT iiLOUISVILLE KY STREETii iJ D POWERSPresident SAMt B KIRBY 2d Vlos President IL G RUSSEll Mgr Industrial Dept DARWIN W JOHNSOH SeoyTreas IISMITH ROMANS Asst Seoy Actuary iCAlDWm i i e NtlooDe 0 000 ONONO 0 ON0090 999 0 ON Oti00PN 000 01i4 Otp iN0 iQ0 OfDONNNN ONaONNN ONNpe 3 r JOSEPH SAYER I v t LOUISVLXBS i Fifth Avenue Tailor 1 211 S Fifth Ave Louisville Ky of- r It1Ai4A0ON 0 i 0tl0 OAO e 0 NONiOt0 NOt0i0 O ON frCHRIST UROTE o EAFE ANU BOWliIKi MM8FJ- Rest Bowling Alleys la Seuth a FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS OVSTB5R WlTII BACH DRCNIC q Home Phone 6042 CHrab PhonoSSOT 428430 W JEPJTIDRSON Home Phone 2821 OAQVEY5CAPEf IIt I Itl r DB OAREIPrope- r 1 FINE WINES ASJD LIQUORS O 1191 LUNCH AtkiDAV If yFIFTHSwprSTREET f WEEHJEFPEU N AND GREEN 4 r gatisn 1 if q r v i f- Jf lf 4 lIoI f r ri Irr I V1IKIU3 Tim HHAtTlpUL UIVEHS r LO1I I Ph Ill sing tonight of the fairy land In the lap of the ocean act And of all tho lands Ive traveled oer tis the loveliest I havo met J Whore the willows frcop and tho roses sleep and tho balmy breezes blow In the dear old landthat sweet old land whore the beautiful rivers flow Ilut ohj alas hiw can l singtisc- an exile ureathes the strain And the doar oid land of ny youth ful lovolrpay never see again And the very Joys that fill my breast must ocr change to woo For that dear old land that sweet old land whero the beautiful rivers flow Rut Ill sing of the lonely old churchyards whore our fathers bones aro laid Whore the cloisters stand those ruins grand that our tyrant foes hftVo made And Ill strike tho harp with a mournful touch till the glis tening tears will show jt For that dear oldlland that sweet old land where the beautiful rivers flow I And Ill sing of Emmets lonely fate and of Emmets lonely grave Of his early doom and his youthful bloom and his spirit more i titan brave j And ail how blest and calm his rest j tho his grave be cold and low jI In the dear old land that sweet old land whore the beautiful rivers flow I And Ill sing of Tone and the GerII aldlno proud Edward true and blest They won tho croftrn tho martyrs crown and they sleep In the shatlo and rest In heavenly mould their names are rolled thoy died in i hooda glow manII i I For that dear old land that sweet old lend where the beautiful rivers flow t II And Ill sing of Irelands ancient days when her sires were kingly men Who led tho chase and the manly race thro forest field and glen I I Whose only word was the shining Bvord whoso pen wns aII blowFor j that sweet old land whore tho beautiful rivers flow Father Abram J Ryan EVERYDAY I Ideas That Catholics May Imbibe With Great Profit At the hour of death the masses you have hoard will be your greatest consolation j Every mass will go with yon to jAtj I Assisting devoutly at mass you render to the Sacred Humanity our Lord tho greatest homage 01II One mass hoard during your lIfo will bo of moro benefit to you than doatl1YouII gers and misfortunes which would otherwise have befallen you You I shorten your purgatory by every I massEvery higherdegreecolvo the priests blessing which our Lord ratifies In heaven You are blessed in your temporalt goods and offers When you bear mass and offer tho Holy Sacrifice In honor of any particular saint or angel thank for tho favor Ho bestowed on GodI etc we afford him A new honor joy and happiness and draw his special love and protection on us i IIKMHHtSOV IIOUTK i Among the many commercial en- terprIses in Louisville there aro few thatare doling 50 much ifor the citys progress as tho oulsvlllc fender son 8 St Louis nallroad It carries trhde ifrom Western Kentucky asI fur south as Owcnsboro and iHoniJerBpn and hauls thousanida or Kogsheadsot tobacco end other comimodltlcs into I Louisville every year Tborearo Tow concerns that do more toe ndvprtlso Loulsvlllo thin is done liy the L ft and St L Doth hero nod at Olt railroadgivest pays thorn fair wages If the present management isvcontlnied the Hondfrr sol Monte wilt continuo tg increase Its pbpularUy and patronage JtiLBVATIXO TIIE SPACE the Aldorrricn of NawYirkCI1 nroiilhhint original ordinance was Introduced Uy AldePnhn Mulhepnv It provides for lIcensEIotanyht proposejht trjeJjlJuulj8eteejvrtheirt C i S iiifAy MAMA rt drwymerql Cfcwreh oX fNnc otAWUI New J Ywrit City MM oomtMnoo nt 12ll5 and is concluded at 124fj oclock thus allowing many worker in the business district to heir mass during the dinner hour At the same church mass Ja celebrated for night workers ovory Sunday morning nt i230 oclock t V NEW OPERA Ccclllun ChoralIIClub pre j paring For Big Produc I tionin MayI I The Cecllian Choral Club will pro sent a now comic opera Althea at Jfacaujeys Theater on MondayI and Tuesday May 8 And t9 The jj scones ore laid in Turkey and t Greece The costumes will bo rich and effective The music Is the composition of W S Ioppen wliilo John J Flynn and William Carolina have colaboratcd on the libretto ThusfAr taoro are sixty voices in the cast and chorus but this number may bo augmented largely before the performances Prof Clement A Stapelford Is training the voices and genial Tom Evans Is looking after tho stage management On account jof the Turkish patrols and drills the male chorus will preponderate this year Miss Louise Forst will have the MrslDnvldand Miss Adelaide Hoertz as the soubrette On tho male side of the leadingiWilljtenor role has not been definitely assigned Doth cast and chorus are rehearsing twice a wcok IITIS LASY- Ffoulsckecpinty With Magic RcncV Gloss and Car N pet Cleaner SuperiorfSpeclalty street which appears In another thoIcrclnllandservedly Indorsed by many of the leading financial institutions Their cleaners are Certainly wonderful and all who have had actual expcrl once with their Magic Gloss and beenISlrpr1suit Tho cleaners make labor easy There Is no doubt that former patrons will buy again this spring but tho Messrs Merlrnoe want everybody to try their goods They guarantee both of these ape cjalltlcs to do till thoy claim for thom and their sales ara made with the agreement that the dealer may rotund money to anyone buying lifting same as directed and are not satisfied BUCK BEER wi I Be out In All ItsI Strength and GloryI Tomorrow Tho bock is out and thatmcans that spring has coma For this day brewIbock broW The Irishman may think that tho selection of a day Just after St Patricks day Isa shrewd move on tho part of tho brewers to make sure of their spring coming as lit is well Known that spring never really fs here until after the day of Irelands patron saint Hut however tho reckoning is made tho com ing of the bock and tho advent of spring aro pretty nearly ulmultano ous And bock beer means to all lovers of lager that the beer season the season of happy summer time has arrived and that winters chill Is really past And the bock beer Is known by all lovers of beer to bo I just the right drink for this season of the year As this special brew contains moro malt and hops it is also stranger and if Indulged In to excess It will put the trifler tem porarily out of commission In fact that is the way tho beer came by Its name bock It Is told that the brewer ot Elnibcck Castle away back some ton centuries ago won a contest wfta a neighboring brewer by the potoney of his brew sand gave the name beck or brick to this stropzt beer that Is annually brewed for tho celebration bf the coming of spring It INSTANT JEATII Joseph W pt the most popular youngnmonn the East End was almost Instantly killed at Qovlngton at inldnjght last Satnr day Mr Q ffnoy was a native of Loiiigyjile and was a member of an old and respected family For saY eral years he had been engaged aa foreman ofa switching crew In January he removed to Coylngton and was engaged at work In the rail toad yards there when he was run over andklledbya cu of cars fheJ1c cased lfaRaboltthlrt fl e arSOldilUdlsaUfVlvedbY his- IfewboWasMISS Pearl Frank and two small children Tate remains were brought to Louisville for Interment and remained at the home of his fatheWnlaw J H Frank jpf UUM4t1Jw o4 yenleun1UthE funeral1 whJok tOOk place from Stv AloyMua ol lrakeon We4BM layr IIIQrnllJi t IeiWMfJTILT G1tQW- D J Ditetbehnndred ot churok tt in Rome olio rut pUll JifMin cl v ry yearrI iJ J YrS i e M1SSIN THE CIIIIj1Ht N Whin dayltgnt dies from tho cabin floor And night winds stir In tho big ash tree tis mcBelf situ lonecorao beside tho door MfWh the childhor thats gono meMntt and Patsy and Mike My three sthrong boys and my glr1een dear Sure tllfonly h tea Hhort days be likeiSlncI saw thlm playlnnround mo here Kind and gaoint ITIII alsy to roar The bate of thy chlldher WitS not on earth And tho only grief they minkme boar Was nn Imply house and a silent hearth nut bsstine with so many toclotho and to keep v And notbln behind whin rlnt was due I mjide rio moan whin they cragsal too deep iv But God and his mother they know Iher know If My 11iarVs a sarvlnt In Boston town And Mike and Matt are away out West While Patsy the rover sthrays up and down Wherever the foot of him likes It best Hut never a wan forgets tto write With the monthly money and news galore nut ochiU lll money I want toe night V But niy four tine childher about thodoor Mary kens dayinfn norlng please God Ill be landing back to you safe and sound For nowhere Is good as the good old sod And no one like youn the four soar round Sure Im oravln a wlshfqV turf fire smoke And n sight of my mother so snug arid sweet In her white frilled cap and her big blue cloak That bate all the fashions In Boston sthroet 0 Mary my glrlcen never at all Do I the jpeakih of pain or ache nut at night whin the corncralks call and call My heart goes wild for my dar Jinfs sake Whn shadows fall on the lonesome floor And night winds stir In tho big ash tree rh lioorf1 cry for the chlldhor thats gone from me- Teresa C Brayton MOTHER CHURCH Makes Use of Many Sym bols to Express bier Mysteries the church Is profuse In the use of symbols They form Its mot ole quent expressions Tho dovo re minds us of the Holy ghost the lamb and the pelican recall tho mysteries of the Incarnation and pllrityTheof tho church No emblem is so ex pressive of loons the figure of the Sacred Heart Whoa our eye fall athornyfalling from Its cloven center arid flames shooting from its topthemind Is at once brought into contact with tho passion and death of Jesus Christ This pictured heart is the summary of a divine lifes devotion and charity Jut the figure of tho Sacred Heart Is moro than a symbol of Jesus love It Is the symbol of the instrument and organ whence that lovo was displayed It serves theEtornalWordof tho real heart of a God a heart that lives still loves and pours out love unceasingly As Jesus saw with his eyes and heard with his ears eo He loved with his heart That heart would have no existence If it was not united hypostatlcally with the person of tho Eternal Word The lovo of God resides Inj and nets In the living heart which tho Second Person of the august Trinity assumed when Ho tookabody and soul like ours All that orlglnInl humanhoarPhypostaticunionthrough which that Infinite love fdund and finds oVtrflwI DEAR LITTLK SHAMROCK SergU John Maloney of the mounted eqiadron of police received a hoC of ahamrocks from Ireland 6n Monday They grow on a hillside near Oroom County Limerick where his lately deceased mother was born and raised The handsome and Popular officer is mighty proud of Ills dear little shamrocks They were sent lot him by his sister Mrs Mary Hlggiris MASONIC THEATER Honeymoon Trap a new musical comedy irons Chicago will come to Masonic Theater the first halt of next week The show is for laugh saysItdean MadeineX the noted Frattah draniat will be the attraction the latter half of the Weak The OBSwy will ba an exact raproauc lion of that Meed la the q Frehok Yiorandare 8rgotss In the itfenae IXV IC r d J i y House ThatQua 613 Fourth Avenue QppMar S Theater I J I ON+ONNb Ne0004e040 + es lNO IO o0000tieo44tiN- IISAMPLE SUITS H i ALMOST HALF PRI- CEj25OOSuits of 1 = = 1750 Suits at the price as this lot i represents They are all this seasons choicest styles inroakc 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iWaaBorn v In County J Derry J I Native of Ireland Who IVophenl Lighting of Libertys I hires I Destroyed Valuable Historical Data Rather Than Ceaso Ialo illS EARLY HARD STRUGGL The first Secretary of the American Continental Congress was an Irishman and albeit a Presbytorli He was Charles Thomson a native ot Maghera County Derry and was born on November 29 1728 He served as Secretary ot tho first Continental Congress In 4774 and In every subsequent session unt1l 1789 With his father and tour brothers ho sailed for America In 1740 Ills father died on the voyage and the orphans wore loft with scant resources They made their way to the rapidly growing Irish set tlemcnts In Pennsylvania There iIrel- igious liberty was guaranteed to both Catholics and nonCatholl The Thomson orphans were Irish Presbyterians and lived and died In that creed Charles Thomson aided by friends became a student In tho classical academy of Dr Francis Alison a Presbyterian minister at New London Chester county Pennsylvania Dr Alison like many other educators In the colonies at that period was a native ot Ireland Young Thomson made rapid progress In his studies and had barely attained his majority when he waB selected to conduct a Quaker ocad qmy at New Castle Del lie otten visited Philadelphia and acquired the esteem of Benjamin Franlnl and other eminent men of theday One thing for which ho was alwaY8 notea was his scrupulous regard tor the whole truth Tho Delaware In dlans adopted him into their nation in 1766 because ho was a man of truth And the Rev Auhbol Oreet tolls us that It was a common say- Ing over a large part of Pennsylvania to say ot an honest statemei that It was as true as It Charles Thomsons name was to It When the discussion with Oreat Britain over her claim of right to tax the colonists began Thomson was one ot the most formidable ad- versarIes of the claim Ho had enormous Influence because the people had firm faith In his abllltrjlln tegrlty and fidelity He canMs d the farmers of the colony to certain how far they could be depended upon fix the crisis which ho deemed nevltablo Ho aroused the apathetic and stimulated the lukewarm to be prepared to resist British claims by every means within the outro1 ot freemen When tt Stamp Act passed In 1765 despite rankllna protests on behalf American colonies Franklin writing to him from London said pathc tally We might as well have hindered the suns setting That we ould not do But since It is down ay friend and It may be long bofoi It rises again lot us make as good 1a night of It as We can Wb ma still light candles Frugality and ndustry will partly Indemnify us Without any delay Thomson r plied to the pathetic allusion in tho philosophers letter in these terso and pregnant words Bo assured urn Americans will light lamps of a different sort from those you contemplate The combative Irish nature ot Thomson refused to acquiesce In the philosophers alternative as a settled colonial policy John dams ot Massachusetts Bald homson was the Sam Adams ot hiladelphla the life of tho cause c t iberly And so when the first lontlflental Congress assembled iIn liUadelphia In September 1774 he- was unanimously chosen as Us Sec refry Ho accepted the position for- lone year on condition that ho re I cdive no pay Congress however jCEentod his young wife with asll- ver1 urn In recognition ot his devote I service to the cause of liberty year after year during the 1Then at times desperate struggle 3I tor Independence the Irish omigran from Maghera Derry kept not onl I the records of Congress but made jplous notes ot ltd proceedings and- ofthp I progress of the revolution as- 1tPassed before hid eyes On his from public office ho prepared a history of the Revolution sing his notes as the data or barbII oft the narrative However sometime Before his death ho destroyed the Valuable historical manuscript II He concluded that to print the truthI J abrout the unpatriotic conduct oir some of the socalled American pa trlofs would give great pain to thEM worthy descendants This Je jwned first Secretary of Confessed I In Lower Merlon Penn August 163 11824 ANOELUS IN IRRriANll Robert Lynd a Presbyterian wrlt- Ing on Home Life In Ireland says f you are In alIt l town In any tiff of Ireland excopt tie north aatabbUt neOn when the chapel bell ting for the Angelus you Witt- Bee all the men suddenly taking oU- their hats and crossing themselvesI stbeySay their midday prayers 10 world loses its air of work or ot commonplace idlenessl and the reels takeon an Intcvnse beauty for- ths moment as the old people and t1f young people halt hide lt- eyes and murmur a rapid prayer to the Mother pt Ood The boy walk higb a loaded earlatandi lUlll wlth bared head pr etumblea for irdr ipraylng as be valk4n tba err oVthhoueaiAI the entrleai o the bridge orr the rlyr the RnwumM a UttltUMdlaotM HftF lbtJ SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O II- DIVISION 1 Meeta at Ftla City Hall In Flrt- land Third Tuesday William Murphy Anthony Torn kin Recording Secretary Joseph JI Farrell DolanjTroasurerThoniaa I gel geantatAnas Louis Roller DIVISION Z Moat First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T Median Financial Secretary John J Kcacey Treasurer James Welsh SereeantatArms W So Nail DIVISION 8- Meou First and Third londaye Ilnotechth and Portland President D J Coleman Vice President Hugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ 0 lIee fllon TreasurerD J Douherty- SergeantatAriasJames Stevene Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Moots Second and Fourth Uond Hertrand Hall Sixth Street Presldeat John H Hennesay Vice PresidentThoxul Lynch Recording Secretary Jhn J Barry Financial Secretary Tboraai 1 LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J RCll- lySergeantatArmWilliam C+ l lagbanSentinelK J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elka Hall County President Lawren t FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc OrodyFinancial SecretaryJohn Hoga Treasurer B A Coll SergeantatArma MlchaeIl Oar ritySentinelThomas Gleison MarshalMichael Noon V M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Moats Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth ZsresidentSamuel L Robertson Vice PreuIdentB Joseph J Ha cock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adam Recording Secretary R Osboni Corresponding Secretary H Ker berg Treasurer W A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph SteWart sweepsrthrough i policemantludicrously In un form lowers his head with a kindI of salute and offers homage to heaven I confess I like this dally forgotfulncss of the world in the middle of the day It brings wonder Into almost every country town IIn Ireland at least once every day GAELIC- Art and Industry May Be Displayed In Dublin Show Since the welcome news that home rule Cor Ireland was a certainty number of patriotic spirits In Dublin have started a crusade for a nationsI exhibition of Irish art and Industr I to bd Meld in 1914 the nine hundredth anniversary of tJUo battle ot I Clontarf At Clontarf you know ho Irish tinder Brian iBoru threw Ofti 11he yoke of the Danes and now they about to be reloaded from the English yoke- It has been the fashion for year to allude to Ireland as the Cinder Ilya among nations but It Is pro I 0sed to Show at this exhibition that still nol only can Wo but Is a self i ustalnlng nation As a matter of act tt a Chinese wall wero drawn round the British Isles IreUtnd Is he only ono xxf the four nation lOtnprlued In them that could mien aln hersielf without otualde aid She lone of tho four nations produce a11 hat she neefls to maintain her peo plo Bvoh after sixty cars of the pPillcy lot abandoning tillage and urolngtho country iIptoa vast cattle anch she produces food enough for her own people and exports millions ot dollars worth every year She I an produce without trouble all the lothlng material needed and it Is rdpqsed to show that there Is not an industry necessary tb tho comfort Lnd prosperity ot her Inhabitants that can not be carried on success f illy in Ireland It Is hoped that thlsexhibIUona1Mwl11 attract rowds of foreign visitors who will se e what vest resources awaiting de alopment tho country has end that ipltal will be attracted for that dtv 9Japmen4 SOW the scheme has 9nlt been sketched out in the rough lit astricwg cbmmltteU of business men will be applntjed soon and that workw1U Ibo begUn IIn earnest vrpULD LIQUIDATE DEBT Phil Sheridan CounclrT M Iit elleyue ky will gtye an entertain enter April 20 and fl with dL view ward Mquldatlriif theydebt on the- 1l8y club bona 7he comraltte has d tcidgd WIfa fot dramatic per rraajace and tbe Ipre will be tletced free the Aakk Soliool of RtOoIatloMlt I Ihw t l r i J 1 r TALENTS f And Beauty of Irlslir Women Iav Ever Boon to the 1bTO Literature Art LoUcn and tIie- I Drama Sound Their Praises Society Circles Fluttered Around These Magic Queens ot Erin OLD TYPE IS STILL EXTANT Irish women have shown their ability to hold their own In CV1Gr1 oirclo of life whether In tho hot c- as Wire and mother In society Ini kingly courts on tho stage and In the world of art and letters Just as well os angels of mercy on tho bat tleflelds of Europe and Amertc Miss Eliza ONeill who subsequently became Lady Beeher has boon de icrlbed by dramatic critics as the greatest tragedienne whom Iroland and probably the world has ever pro duced Sho was born at Droglied Her father John ONeill was a cole brated Irish actor and stage man agor At the age of sixteen Miss ONeill was playing the tragic rol09 of Ophelia Juliet and Dcsde mOnaln Dublin So great was Iter tauKb that an English engagement at Covont Garden followed Sho was only twentythreo when she made her debut as Juliet before a strIctly English aufllende Her success was Immediate and complete For flvo years she was the reigning quoon ot the stage Through her career as an actresA she maintained an unblemished rep tatlAn Her ratio beauty was as- II marked as her qualities of gen1us and hart When she retired to private life she was earning t12GOO a year which would bo worth nearly 60000 in our money Sho made her last appearance on the stage In 1819 and In tho same year sho became the wife of W W Bechor member Ot Parliament from IMnUow By tho d jath of his uncleMr Bechor becamo a ibifronet and his wire became LadT Beeher Marguerite Countess of Blcsaln ton celebrated in Ireland and Ent land for her beauty ftcoomvlla month and literary productions WaS title second daughter of Edmur Power of County Tlpperary In Italy and France as well as 4n England the most distinguished men of the times gathered around her 3trs Annlo Hector who wrote un der the pen mamo of Mrs Alexande was born in Dublin in 1825 lIor father was ono of the aportln iqulres of Roscomimon She Was one ot the foremost novelists of her time and her works are still ipopula i irs Anna Jameson a dsfobraU ifTiter on art usually accredited I to the English was a native of Dublit liar father Daniel Murphy was a miniature painter ot repute In 1824 she married 1R S Jameson a bar ristier who subsequently became Vice Chancellor of Canada I There Is a Green Hill Far Away Is a hymn sung In Protestant churches whenever the English language ts spoken It was written by Mrs CaDit Frances Alexander an Irish pooetesi who was born in Wlcklow in 1818 She was the wdfo ot the Angllca Archbishop of Armagh and tbJomost of her life was spent In deads ot philanthropyCatherine Hayes one of the most celebrated vocalists of the nineteen dentury was born In the city of Limerick on October 29 1825 Dui ing her tour of the United State WereIpaid for gslnlo seats when Cathertn Hayes was advertised to sing Maria Campion the actress who nourished from 1777 to 1803 was a nativo of Watterford Ellzabet Farren who later became Coumtes jf Derby was an actress of note ind was born In Cork In 1759 SUB anna Contlivre a dramatic writer ot lonslderable reputation In the sov Int xnth century was also a natty Ireland The mother of Marcell nventor of the wireless telegraphs an Irishwoman and so was the nether of Cardinal Merry del Val he Papal Secretary ot State i GOES TO BKHLIV Dr KUno Meyer the celebrator laolla scholar will succeed the great Dr Zimmer as a professor ot iriguages In the University ot Benin but will not take up his work In the German Capital before next October Meanwhilo he will con tlnueasa member of the faculty nl tho London University Ho Is and has been for years the leader of tho CelticiBts ofthe Irish school though a German by birth andl education HE WAS CORREOT The following Incident occufed In a London Boafidlschool A teacher had been explaining tx Ills clasa tbe- power of forces to the human body physical mental vital When nearing conclusion he ssJdINowb- oys what force is It that moviea pee p1p along the treot for instances lie was greatly surprised and the clas highly uanueedat his receiving trom one of the jboys the wtoolly un tpectnd reply The police force The lesson tended for the day PARTED FOnEVKn The country parson was condoling with the bereft widow Alashe continued earnestly can not tell you how pained I- was to iiarnthatyour bu8baadnad at to bven We were bpspm Cla trfenaai but we shall air meet 1 I 4cjtT i4SifcSfc u KYELCOv IS THE St Patrick of Louisville Driving the Reptile of Darkness From Its Streets Stores Offices and Homes Help Electrify Louisville m Bea Factor in Making Louisville Brighter aud Busier o- v Kentucky Electric Co II Incorporated 219 W Washington St Both Phones R E HUGHES President BE SURE TO CALL FOR I 1 McRENNAWHISKY f II 1 II IIIT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield BLv WI ====I t tI I NNNNNN 1 WEWANT YOUR WORK promptllII f PRINTING v I Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN s3ttta VEST GREEN riesnxn r 4 +NPN 51= I ThLst Dollar Im 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r Os =veRY naeoxrrrtott 434 West Jefferson Street JiLBrownfieldGoJ 553 THIRD ST ERlRiiratd GORlract8t1 tSTEAM And MOT WATER HEADING bt j MeHoaa II t1 oO U I t HERITAGE Of the Gaels Was Lost When Uio Ancient Irishon9 ticism Fell I Early Saints Worked Wonders llotli la And Out of reload Religious Orders Leave Their Soul i DIKJD Both Lands and Cbnunnnltle CAN OLD SPIRIT BE REVIVED 1 The neJlglflus history of Ireland has boon written and rewritten yet one aspect of the story has never boon moro than incidentally touched upon It has not been made clear why re ligion as it is today in Ireland is not colored by the national spirit and Is no moire Irish In expression than it Is French or Italian To study the causes that have brought about this state of things Is profitable as well as Interesting it will help explain why Iceland In this respect as In some others has her eyes turned toward the onds of the earth The threads of history must bo gath ered up through many hundred years if we are ttP follow tho course of the Irish religious spirit from Gaeltclsm to CosmopolitanismNearly before the time qt St Benedict who Is consid ered the patriarch of religious lira of Western Europe monasticism was practiced in Ireland Almost from the days of St Patrick monks built groups of wattle cells along the Irish shores and lived under a hard com mon rule With the rlscof the schools of the early Irish monks monastic establishments sprang up nil over the Island Some venturesome spirits like St Boniface St Gall and St Columbkillo darned their religious rules into other lands During a period of 600 years the Irish monasteries were cenders of light and learning for Europe Students were sent to Ireland to finiSh their education and Irish scholars were Invited to tteach in foreign lands Pursuing thus tholr way on their own lines tho monks of the Gael do veloped their peculiar religious spirit It was wholy tholr awn for as their requirements p raced them In the position of teachers and not of the taught they owed but llttlj to outside influence ETCH the monas teries founded by them abroad matn talned the Gaelic spirit spreading It around them rather than yecelvlng Thus the Island of Saints held Its proemlnlcnce in tbe world of relig- Ious thought up to the ninth cOD tury Disaster carne with the Dane and east its shadow Qer the land that shadow has never been entirely lifted Rjellgtous Orders are tho great transmitters of natljonnl religious traditions When they are of the soil and blebeen founded by men of the country they embody and perpetuate the characteristics of re ligious life natural to the land Itself Their traditions are the local tradi tions their devotions those of the peoplo about them their saints are of the race Thus they maintain the continuity of national religious life ond foster the memory of their countou religious history In Ire land therte was nothing from tho twelfth century onwards the na tive orders perished the roots of tho groat monastic Institutions of tho OIWJIl were torn up continuity between them and their successors was broken The Gaelic religious past rollglous Not only wero Norman Abbots pladed over Irish monasteries but Nctrmans were made Bishops over Irish Boes St Lawrence OToole was succeeded as Archbishop of Dublin by John Comyn In short the administration of the Irish church was thrust into Norman bands Though the Invaders evtentually be camo more Irish than the Irish them eolws they could not revlvo the Irish spirit of the past Later came tho strtesa of the Penal days and what remained of old Irish abbeys destroyedIs to the past 7 Is it possible for Irishmen thlelrlostherltaglook upon the saints of the Gaol as the expression of all that Is best In carrlootherpertectlonTbolr yearshavecan not so have changed aa to be Incapable of sympathy with them The spirit of tho early Irish saints was large deep and strong Those men hada wide outlook and were built on great linos They had the soil and the work of tho land as r they loved learning and they wore in intimate touch with nature Can ma7Irolandnotion will again furnish the world with saints and scholars GOT TUB ANSWER In an English court a man was on trial for a small offense who could tpfttk nothing but Irish and an In J terpreter WM duly sworn The prla QueeUonandhinterposed1I prisoner eay demanded the Judge I theinterpreterYOUHyt1lttwhenYeaUI ftlretertteI AMjt aBwier Illl ItiWIhAtli iMl urn ay7 Win Tlfy IXHTi jwtU coteries me but ieaid TVbolgittitI i n titc 11- tJ 1 A R I s J I 11 tb All 2 I Mrs Rose Xnni Wells Washlnstwi Tza4 writes March 10 1910I cod set sleep for two months was weak marroua had pain In the heart mr blood was cold and I always felt a- sn Ila the air Could not do anything without taking medicine Now I teeth that Pastor Kcenl a Nefv Toni ill the only remedy which cured mo I a abort time- hamburg Iowa March 10 1111 Xy nineyearold ion was amlctM thlMetKoenlgB Kerr Tonic Since taking this remedy he had Just one attack of eta In the last tour months and I have entlrelyjIwith epileptic l el1Ij I FREE OtlilQss- rotftc A Valuable Book on NOT VOU8 Diseases and a ample bottle to any address Poor pa nenta eset tbe lBdldlH the Prepared by the RUT rAftU KOEJCJO ei fort Wayo Ind Nan 1114 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III loa Lake Street JeW by DraraUt at II per Bottle i Sir 96 tart its lm BtllM let H ould woman with tho red bedcurtain round her sitting up tboreT Tho court roared And what did you looklng1littleWhist yo spalpeen Thats the ould boy thats going to hans yez NOT A ST I VBOMTIh FLAG SHALL PADEiOch a rare ouhl flag was the fldg wo bore niceitgaloro purtydcvlcoFalx ried it fur An round it our bivouacs made An wo swore by tho shamrock that novor a star From its azure field should fade Aye this was the oath It toll you true That was sworn in thp souls of our Boys in Blue Tho tight It grows thick an our boys they fall An the shells like a baniheo scream An the tlngIt Is torn by many a ball But to yield It we hover dream Though pierced by bullets yet still it bears tlol1Anman swears Not a star from the flag We yield Twas the deep hot oath I tell you true That lay close to the hearts of our Boys in Blue Sure the fight It was won after many a year But twothirds of our boys who bore That flag from their wives and sweethearts dear moreTheypower An rudelytossedBut the thought came warmin their dying hour Not a star from the flag is lost It Then they said their paters an aves through An like Irlshrden dleddld our Boys In Blue Charles G Jlalplno Private Miles OReilly HEAUTIES Arc to Be round iniEvery Quarter of Historic Vatican Not only Is the Vatican the largest and oldest place In existence but it Is also the moat modern by reason of its internal fittings Its elevators are of the latest type its carpets are cleaned by American machines recently patented the pictures of Its galleries are protected by means of a special typo pfbllnd so as to enable vlstors to view the paintings as advantageously as possible And now the new system of fitting up tho various offices which are being made from tSio rooms vacated by married employes who are changed out to the great building con structed for them by Plus X on the Belvedere will be on the very latest linesProbably I not one of the thouaandS of foreigners who pass every Week the Vatican thresholds knows that it contains a printing house which by reason of the perfection of its machines and trio quality of the work expected from the men is considered second to none in Europe Pius X under jrhom many changes have been made in the tlpografla Vatlcana InsltBed that atIoldIj employes one ned not wonder at Its theIpopeI ration to generation provided otII worthylAndI 1 I knee I u t WAS SURELY nUNGRY I I wflltarydoctorh timehownowtOwanswered the e01 die r todayTThat l could tfr said Uw kolr iUr 11i t would you lI hIt etuffed with asked the dom kaagrfheat1 IffWOIlI1 r 7 as 1e f t fA 1NA w k i e ii LUSTRE 4 Of Celtic Genius Shines Forth ErcrjTthcro la World 1 Work vVr Art Science tho Drama and Letter Dominated by Irish I Ming I Just n Pew pf the Many Lenders In Various Roolmeot Effort WORLD OWES ERIN A DEBT Irishinem have shone the world over In every ago and In every line of the worlds work Some would barb you bellcvo that they aro leaders only as warriors and politicians but the biographers of great men show that Irishmen havo been lead ers in every line of thought and action since centuries before the dawn of Christianity Tho old Brehon laws show that tho Gaols wore democratic oven in their feud alism Centuries of British oppression could not suppress the alert active intelligence oC the Celtic mind Art Jletters science philan thropy philology the drama ora tory statesmanship engineering flnanco and legislation as well as ecclesiasticism have felt tho touch of master Irish hands i Many of these leaders during the past two centuries are referred to as Englishmen because thOY spoko and wrote in English They had been robbed of their own language and must perforce use another One of the leading authorities of the world In chemistry and medicine in ttM last century was Dr James Apjohn a native of the city of Limerick Ho was born In 1796 and died ln1886 He WAS not only ret gnlzed as the leading chemist and medlcal practi tioner In Ireland but was also re nowned throughout Europe anti the United States as an authority on chemistry and general physics In the Encyclopedia of Practical Med Ictoe a work of recognized value the articles on apiantanoous com bustkxn electricity galvlnlsm and toxicology are from the per of Dr Apjohn One of the loading educators botarlsts and zoologists of tho last century was George J Allman lie was a native of the city of Cork and was born la 1S12 silo studied medicine In Belfast and Dublin Unl varsities but devoted the greater part of his life toward the study of physics nnd natural history For many years he was a member of tho faculty of tho University of Edinburgh Later We was examiner In natural history for the University of Ixradon and for tho army and navy and Indian medical and civil service of the British Government In 1865 Dr Allman was Invited by the United States to make a scientific report on a zoological collection from the Cylf stream which ho did with entire satisfaction and to 1883 he performed a similar service for the British Government Dr All man died in 1898 The est English translations of GofethoVj German poems wore made by John Auster a distinguished edu cator poet and essayist and also a native of Cork la recognition of his service as a literary man he was given a pension on the civil list by Queen Victoria Dr Thomas An drews the celebrated chemist sur goon and educator was a native of Belfast The iRov Dr John Early B J once President of Ifcoly Cross College Worcester Mass and founder of St Ignatius College at Baltimore was a native of the County Fermanagh Ho subsequently became President of Georgetown College and died In 1871 John Henry Jobnstone one of the greatest vocalists and actors of the nineteenth century was a native of Tttpperary Another distinguished actor of the same period was Henry Mossop a ua Ute of Tuam The critics of those days declared that Garrlck and Barry alone Wore hds superiors Arthur Murphy actor and dramatic author was a native of County Hosoammon William Archer one of the greatest philologists and librarians of the last centary was a native of the County Down Dr Bartholomew Lloyd the great authority on mathematics was a native of Wexford Sir Robert John LoMesurer Mc Cluro the British Wee Admiral and explorer was also born in Wexford Ho was the discoverer of the North west passage between America and Asia Francis Danny the artist was born near Wexford Alfred Blmore another artist was a native of Gloria kilty County Cork Richard JClrwan one of the most eminent chemists and philosophers of the eighteenth century was born in Galway Sir William Powan Hamilton and Sir Robert Dull leading British 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by the A p IL In this cty The National Executive noara Has pledged the support of the order for a memorial hall In commemoration 6f tho golden sacerdotal Jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons Monday night tho members of Division 3 will meotal their ian at Nlnpteonth and Portland avenue and it will be In tho nature ota reunion and smoker Your attendance at a meeting of your division is not worth much to the division or the order unless you are arousing other members td In terest la the work Y Every Loulsvlllo lllbflrnian should bu at SU Patricks church Sunday morning Vicar General Cronln and the people of the parish wUJhIvea cordial welcome for all The Hibernians of Aabland Cele4 brate4 March 17 with i grand n- at the Comus Club rOoms Badges of unique and bandaome design were used Jn HQU of tickets Dlvlsron 1 meets Tuesday lilgbt and all members are urged to be present The degree team wilt report the progress made and ar rangements will ba considered for the big ialtiation The Hibernians of f Nortawe8t m Ohio celebrated St Patricks day with a demonstration at Lima The prlhelpal addieM at the evenIngs entertalrimept wa delivered by Key Father p J OTonBell of Clpveland The National1 tJlrectors have 4re ceived a report from a special com mlttef reBarding the foUf gears COB ijoversy with C6ngre i as to ine taaracter and lIecaUop of the prop ed monument to Com f doia Jack Barryi Congrow has appro priated ri50OtfO for the monteieftt- t la plied to havJtT41 foc unveiling tin two rsJpJtJ i8TFdmtI D AD Rey VrahclB Brady 1 Ji w found iMi inhls bed at teyola Ctll LageBaltmor ouoid41e Wa pastor ft gr1iMUl VWt blllt City FatherJlrady WW kqueot- oralOf 11 rr tIs4 Iir fl was bore te t1bQ lj fttty- r4urrcIIO i 1 tOTTO AND KtCHRK Th5 pOQl ot 8t Clumhfsputb riU ftB aov1ty euctir and lotto for this 6 tIt of tit ColWwb1 fObttrell r la tbIr h liD 1ta1tat tlpe Jr rrT ftitk 4pft th4ftS II f 1t n T t r rT PATRlCi ljj DAY i I AVhatIt MaQIt Irishmen and Whylt It Celebrated in Every Country Over Which Go4s Sun Gloriou andEffulgent Sun Sheds Its Rays andi vt V i ff A V iv IIrUhHeaYU Are Beating 0SPF t tf 1 t S ut Zf 1 Story iin Epitome f leLife and Works of the Apostle of Erin iria Hi ro Flthto the Valorous Sons and Pure Daughters of Hibernia and Their Meritorious Deeds i u i r t p s s a Year Kttcf year tho qulestion U askod 1VhYdo tho IH b celobnUo St Patricks 13y1 In rsplylnfe one Must needs tell who St Patrick itna and something abbut his labors tabor that ftaVc ihtludiicod the Irish race from the fifth to tho twentieth century and tlifc Irish race has in lluftnccd gctat matters Jn every coun try under tho sun England Wales Scotland equally with Ireland and franco cjalm St Patrick na thjclr son The generally acceptel life of the apostle of Ireland says he was born in France That his father was an oflkter In the Ionian Army and that tola mother was a aalntjy daugh tec of Franco and a slater of S- t1futn of Tours Is also genially conceded The year of his birth has Seen flxed at 387 A D Historians tell us that tn 403 A DathQ war lllfo lInhabitants of Ire land made a descent upon the coast of Brittany Frtance and carried away a number of young men and made them slavfea Among thorn was a youth of sixteen soars He was called Siiccat which means bravo In battje Wben tho marauders ar rived in Ireland Succat was cold to Mll ho n chleftabh who took htm to Antrim and xmpljcxycd him aa a shep herd Jburlng1 hlg six yfcars of bondage the lelsuso of tbo youth was liovoted to prayer end meditation Tho principal scene of St Patricks devotions was the solitary mountain Slemlsh celebrated for abthoanone remarkable event In the arnntila of Ireland There Is still cxtatitn mdstintorestlug Work In Latin called the Confession of St Patrick It Is said to have beon Written by him self shortly ib toro his death In this Succat who later became St Pat- rIck describes his life In bondage att follfrwa After I hud cpmo to Irelandl I tended dattle continually and iprayotl many tlm6s In the day and more and iuoVc Increased within mte tbo love of God and the fear of Him and my ftiith waxed strong SQ that In one day 1 would offer up a hundred pray iJojnn also In the night time and I would oven Tstaalhln the TMoods andl on the mountain land before the nh rouse thyself to ipraycr I did this In snow frost aid rain and I took ob1rt nor had I any sloth flCot111CSpiritAjf tor six years of bondage St Pat rick fled from his master mado his way to the southwestern const of Ireland found a French vessel iand returned to his homo But there jio ijneace tor the young man wasIII resolved tK preach Christianity to j the Irish people and tor many years studyInPlanned It was not until tho year 432 when Sucoat Was fortyfive years embarkUponproval of Pxjpfl Cotoetlne who roc ognized frla many gifts and who upon KEAKEV8 XBW DRUG I 8TOREII Thomas J Keanoy has opened a now and Imposing cut rate drug store theheartcarrledonand Kentucky streets but de termined hohad largo opportunities at First and Jefferson There ho liaeiilarge and splendid store an uptodate IIneofdrugsandproo prietary medicines and JS also car whisicyIIs not only KB expert AfuggJst and chemlsji BlmRelf J ut he has secured otcompetentdt4gcle pbone your wants and messenger boys will supply you aa sooa as pos B4ble DEAaMrS SKQdXD VISiT For the s ScoBd tithe within a week death Invaded the family ot John McLnushiln 720 South Twentys Gi4 atreet wtea Andrew McLaugn lla passed away on Tuesday The deceased yaa twent1 ten years old three years the Junior of his brother Martin P MeL ugiln who dUds on the previoUs Friday1 The kVenerabla father John McLaughlin for Tears an employ of the city i a XcLaugblltIatidithtLokta Mrs Maggie Kfewfon and Miss IainleMcLaughlll1 survive ialiBV The funOsi took iplaeo from la rett Heart chariih r PICTURIWiJi 1 11 Bnlrely new lilms0 pAaei for the motion pictures at itBi CailBoand prpheuni Theaters MXtr rwa ki People aevet bSdI W tire of- thssstWo popar pliy1 voiiM sdthe attendftBttCT i rdIII1O b- iImrSwaii1 TharJiB bf Jw ya oireipi1jiBa faatruetiv M swell M rnueiui 1l i POPXIN8 THBATBR t TIt 11snIgent Ot Ropioi- TbUtrwfli tr ut ntlry 4r ibd fa iins t vssdYIIl1 I acts la = 1rtutft aoti YI rJJ AJ consecrating him IDl bop nRtXfcd him Pntrlclus CT lather of tho people This was afterward fehontoncd In Gaelic to Patrick gL Patrick and b few chosen disciples effected a landing on the cOMt of VJcklow but wore driven balk to thofihlp by tho pagan natives Next ho sailed northward and Qn- WrtJd4o bay In what Is how County Drawn Tho Iteudal chiW of tho dis trict hastened to attack the stmngert Ss pirates but he was so attracted by the stately bearing txf St Patrick that ho Hstoated to his ipreachlng and with all his family was baptized Later St Patrick establlsllcda church and monastery In the came place and it continued to ibe hls favorite tUtrcat during his labors in Ireland When St Patrick landed in Ireland the monarch or Ard Rlgh was Jsing Lear Learning that lUng Loary was about to celebrate a great pagan feast at Tarn St Patrick resolvted to ko and preach there at nil hazards On tho eve of Eastor Sunday 433 A P the day appointed for the festival St Patrick raised 4ils tent on tho north bank of the River Boyne and kindled a fire before It It was contrary to tho law of the times for anyone to light aflro at thetimo of this feetlial until the cacrcd fire on Tara bill had first Indicated the oponlng of the soltemnltles St Pat rlclts fire ishnne afar and was soon seen by the court and nobles at Tara All wore astonished and tho Druids KPgLoarythattinguished the man who had kludjoi tt and his successors would rule Ireland forever King Loary at once asont an armed forco to faring the culprit tc Tara but so noble and pleasing was the aspect of the stranger that tbo King and nobles hoard him ptieach It was on this occasion that St Patrick so successfully used the shahjrock growing at tis feet tp teach the doctrine of tho Holy Trinity From this incident the shamrock became associated with St Patrick and raised Into a national otnbJpnthat Easter eve many of the nobles and Iladies of tho court embraced Christianity The pagan supcrstltion of Irelatti never recovered tram the blow it received that day at Tara King Leary fllono hfeld out against him and never embraced Christianity Ii1ndbllCtherworoamQng yerjts In Ilster iConnaught and Muinater Sta Patrick mot with con tlniious successes His main enemies were the Drulds find these ho refuted and Toutted whenever they appoard Ireland tabjishod himself at Armah and on that hill founded a city and Cathe dral with monasteries schools and r8hcestabUshd olltnnSeonnd4tr ho crossed to Enil nd and preached against the PeUaglan and ST JOSEPHS OKPHAS wall Not Have Usual reast On Patron Saints Day cetebratet atStJoyear the programme has been aban t inthemeasles While there are so fears or the safety of the orphantf It was decided not to risk thelpreadot placeatcbaplaJnNIIIoh 7 mornIngAta etlng of the St Josephs Orphan Society ilJea J CorreepoadingSecretaryI change the nJonthly miJeUupftom the tit Tuesday to the flral Wednesday Jn each month JSTADARD IEFF1O1ECY Thereis to be BO such reorgantek tieRii of the LoldsviflePoatofflcI al big reeehtly takenjplace IIn Jndian ruflghlorhf perth tt the postall eYviote iai B found that the efficiency of tlje LouUvlllfl office J1st IOf tbi Igaeat it4i4 Thb ftlel DOfIK dnA lu arg ealtreto Us aorgy and taelltty offf L wls ODonwll the Bu perIntftdiz ofMii jKri Qpoao in Jri lKMmV In t1etYfe more Uhaivtweiity ytiara and lAfiJNiryed Jrf tafMry branch pf tha d prtmeiit iRupt ODonulI s proud of hi I1sh- naie md I1fleag Y h11 osnie- Is Louliville U 0 e IUPdomnt of Ruadsy delivery at tt PB t fflat For this the dprta itt aiWaahlai t tin U to IM oomtoMdjftC Tbeo are few wbo can ot do1 without Itfcelr mail on fluaday SIXTYMXTir nDI Th ous RIx- t7slI1mjjjjjjj t I Arthn bores with great success On his return he landed near Dublin The popple1 flocked out to meet him andho baptltei tho chief and many ptherif t d spring which has olnco boon called St Patricks well During his life in Ireland viio set tled the church flollflly and appointed Bishops and priests in every sOfitloa well earning the title of Apostle of Ireland Th latter part of his lifo was scpnt In retirement und con templatlon sometimes nt Armagh and sometimes at Saul In tho1att1oir place where ho bd founded tho first of severalhundred churches tye died on March 17465 in Iho seveaty obgequleslasteddays and nights and were attended by multitudes of the clergy from all parts of Ireland He was burled with national honors at Down which has since been called Downpatrlck Some years later a handsome church was built Ierhls romaine An eloquent historian has written In lnveatlgatlng thp cau o of St Pat rlcka unustial success We reducfa it to LI Very simple principleIt was chiefly a matter of the heart He loved God and bo loved his follow oleraUtho pagan Irish wnd h loved to give them that liberty which tho gospel brings to the Inner man To go to Ireland as a missionary was the burning deslna of his soul To bring those piagan Into tho fold of Christ he left friends and relatives whoop posed hlo enterprise he gave up comforts and case to ondurte toll and hardships ho sought neither worldly dignity nor civil rank Indeed ho gave up nil materialadvantages when to became missionary The con1erslon of the pagan Irish the honor of his Lord nnd Master and the glory ot thesoIfotfml and thoro followed In his train honor and dignity and fame and a nUn that shall live while tho annals of earth shall last The faith In Ireland did inot die with St Patrick the flre ho kin died on Irish hills In 433 has since 1I ntJo irghtbrtho world Irish priests hUvo brought the faith to QVtery lland Irish eoldlers have fought the battles of every nation Irish patriots have fought for the op pressed tho world over Irish nuns havo ministered to tho sick have overyflagStates wo see tho Influence oif the Irish faith on all sides In churches In legislative halls In the building of railroads commerce and tall that has made this country great The faith of St Patrick haa matte our schools the best In the United States Jt Its made IrIsh ftomfcg Irish fathers and mothers that nurture and produce patriots that StripesfromAmerican Ugbttoay II his heart God ibl ss St Patric- kTIUXITYcoUctk i Trinity Council hold a splendid meeting on Monday evening and owing to tho absence of President Vie K Bcker the chair was occupied by First VIco President Daniel J Honncssy The second Monday night in eaflh month is Literary night and as a consequence tho ordinary routine was dispensed with Edward Kelty a prominent menjber of Trinity and a rising young at torney mado an excellent talk on Vestments and Their Meaning ffext Sunday afternoon Trinity Coun cil will initiate a largo class and the workwll1bo exemplified by the State degree team On Sunday March 26 the momborlJwlUap proach holy communion In a body at the 7 oclock mass at St Aloyslus church which is presided over by the RevJ A OOrady Cbaplala of the council iANSWERED DBATIlS SUMMONS Henry 1dera veteran morn ber of Trinity Council died at ftls home j 718 East St CatherlMe street llast Saturday afternoon and bis funeral took place from Si Martins church Qin Monday sjcrnJag He 1IB survived by his wife who Was Mle Catherire Rlttm 1land seVeraI con drinV The Deceased wan well and favorably kriowa in the community in which be lived Trinity Coiiticll was well repreaetited at his bb ueque INKWS Norasi p Ttte chapel jot the eonvent of the Goe l Shepherd Vt Carthage Ohio will cost nearly JBQ000 when coin Rletd3 It will have fialght wings twelve Ur8 asd tweiVe confesslonr I1L I Sslfn 1tltIonM P wil addfes amass sssetng C tf1a sh- ohistr Enhaad on undy jhIi1t tI Fb death of bst eYoh 1 I Ian Archbishop iif Usdvsi ret1his been announced He wal a vX the eMreland The fifth Eucharistic Congreu of the Hotted States will be held in Cittdwutl Silt raurO v KeCloweji of WJwwBilu bY tt I the appointment ot Mliii l sof 1 dqsc k fItt 0 a I WHEN p YOUWANTGOODJf k PRI N TINGH 1 E Bill Heads Circulars Checks Drafts Cards Book Binding Blank Work Pamphlets Blanks v Notes Etc 1 I i 1 a We are prepared to handle your Printing Englishorl German J LOUISVILLE ANZEIGER COIncorporated 321 West Green Street V0K j KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers f PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING I IfUYDll POST ems PICTURE FRAMING IIRELAND r oftbFrom Exchanges Dr William Loatham a well known physicIan of Tyrone died 1- 1fW days ago baabeenCounty Monaghan Richard Jubb manager of tho Provincial Bank at Ennlsklllcn died suddenly of heart disease James Canl han a resident of tho city and County Donegal is dead at the great ago of tOO years Klllarney Catholics are delighted with the magnificent cross erected on the now Cathedral of Kerry James Young has been elected Councillor f6r the Custom House ward in tho city of WlterrordIFather Charles Flynn ofKI11 argue has been transferred to the DamnaImoren as boon so long without inmates that it has been turned over to tho County Council for hospital purposed In the Coiinty Cavan Mrs Mary Moran is dead at the great agooti 112 years All her life was passed In the town of Killeshandra- Tnlovos I btok open the poor boxes in the church at Scramogue County Tloscommon and got away with a few dOUarBlnllllvor and copper I Owing to tho prevalence of the plague in China the town council ot rulllngar County Woatmeath has protested against the Importation of Chinese pork Recent storms on the west and northern coasts of Ireland have boon disastrous to the property of the fishermen U tio fatalities have boon reported Enterprising manufacturers will finds a fertile field In Ireland Tile Oalway Woolen Manufacturing Com pany has declared an annual divi dendqt 12 percent John Jlyland a native and res IdeaL of the County Down has retired from service as englHeer of the Bfilfaat and County Dayinrail way after fltty three years of active service There 1Is great regret in Mllltown County Key over the deathof Sister Maryde Sales OConBori the oldest nun in the oommunltyi She had been a teacher for jsore than sixty yeaif The people of 1kCointy Meatb are striving to erecta town ball and thus far BOP has been collected Half of this sum has been donated b1theVr ReV Patber iMJehael Dooley Henry Xoms who was attending I hoql when the battle of Waterloo Was fought and who asin his prime la the night of the big wind ln1831Jlldd la Belfast ftt tie l 1get of IfiL yearai 4 The Very Rev Teter Dooley1of 6alwayvcUyi will celebrate his golden aaceraottil jubilee this year and the- Gatway Urbn CouncIl has called a- Mlii meetieg of 1aP60 TffHtr rinse ttt a iitih1tkieeUIftOlll l CAl6N8inBW DflQGCORL a The LOnIIIt CItY Directory for 1911 tea wit come from the printer and kinder and Ii sow being deHv ird br Itr publishers tM Caroa Dir et5I7 CompaBy ItftV 10- 11tJabeltkWd er gotten out thstee8W1fl1sd C sSe4 ia J tb- bJ a 321 01 W JeffersonII 1 FIXLLWill Hardwood effects on Soft Wood Floors or Furniture and requires no particular skill t6 apply WaterProof HeelProof WearProoff See the demonstration of FIXALL in basement of the Stewart Dry Goods Co You can have a free sample by asking the clerk MADE AND GUARANTIED S- TLOUISVILLEl VIRNISHR I n COMPANY INcoPqRA1- Dii I MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHldAQQ BEST LINE TO French Lick and Vest Baden Spfliis UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Bluing anil Parlor ors Pafae Brawta Rem SUI AN1M5hIrflm X i inrebanshehlf9rD1aUoi1andflnJ combined all of those qualities in boundbyling Company and the work reflects I EUIiIDehouieJnLoulivl11ecan bewithoutyear Its Informatlo ian education laliielf BOO6TBB CAMPAIftN t Supreme President OIUldi of e CatfcoYe Kaihta of America his able deputIA are oeiiducLt- c mpafgB for now meinbera r- P l I t to4 tiOpOKttigatt to Aanha6enth dateV the Supreme Council is offer- Ing gold buttons and scarf pin tn Mttreeenctec1I The CathoKo KjOfliU not oate J 14t Sos th i If 1 i r a i- lr rT C 7 11 n to ub C out 11- i Ii II lyA m 7 om ir 1ii1x tt- u F f tc4nrX AM RXOAN t j1 i7wsSri i J thL CI Y r i 1f i n Fri i BOCK BEER 0i t t ON SALE TOMORROW + Prank Fehr Brewing Company i f Phoenix Brewing Company ti Paul Reising Brewing Company r- w FAREWELL I ii nvr i i4ddrea Made la East Irish Parlla 1iAmeritr Carried a Sting 4 S Rebukei lv j ftt to 1 yc 7 oOse of the OJDonncll aiMt TY V r No W6rd in iiiu YM Attack V t Eloquent Appeal to JPrbyent Union rAftwowea to PassT tYUubeedcL f i Ri1t 4 7 i MIXTURE OF PATHOS IIN fIRE t t Now that there IItI probability r2 is that Ireland IB to have a now Ira of Government anda now Parliament iolil naturally reverts to the lastdays the last Irish Parliament theJ + pone whoso membors Voted ltout of existence on June 7 1800 On that day tbo last speech betoro a vote was taken was made by a patriot of 1ith clau of ODonnoll to tho Dub d lln Freemans journal of 1810 the Irish people nrelIndebted for pro serving Q Donnelie address A copy j ef the address la among the jchorlBhed i I possessions of Thomaa iQlatre ot this IrlobIi present J ofrr the house just before the vote wan 1 I4ken Mr pDonnnll sajd andnot allow you to put f question on thla Important oybj i j Ject 6t magnitude superior to any ever debated wlthm the walls of tllie house Without expressing my do f t clued disappointment And poor J4 deed should I appear to myself and i Contemptible to my country If 1 011iallentVoteItVmo rtp have troubled this committee1 tbut when I see and hear question put tby you sir and listened tdlyj cth comniittfle wither wa8boiild for rer Extinguish thebeBtsative right pf pureaUntq 1 can not is a ital Irishman sit BUentH lrej 5to pOpniwU wag Infer jruptedi by a laugh ftorn thtj rosiirj Wtoehv bvit ha continued OJI itbU decency Is thIltiforlb tblfJn ilgnUicnnt 1al Jjup rUnenVUuiitrl- atendfed to encourage delteeatlojat I Rig a ieCof meal hoften cry- d 141 F1ft talk bt djgcbrum ylthout hnocridp bow to tiractScfl IIt who having sold tIaUbrUoC tblr country on Iavor to stifle and deter eenuttienttmin efIJf IDY cpunr tlet ate tell that lrside their Meterblt cumbers double aad toJt1ttliil bf 1 arms as tfcey eft corrul Lion the base sot collectively 1 Iud Saucily Uw esa eevnt mo from depUflBK sdt it d tenUtion at a ineaaurc B by aa KngllBh Minister and Tcairled into effect by Irish tor tc rob toe people of their y Mr Al1Det1hapvIlIbal in bave the opportnuity of VOireIft this bouse I ttpmervrrp y SchaeferMeyer Brewing Company Senn Ackerman Brewing Company George Wieclemann Brewing Company p ar- Hoociln8t this was a qneatlon merely between 161 at that side of tho house and 116 on thin aa lIf people wore not concerned as If they took no part Notto there t no such thing The people have dls cussed It tbo people are discussing It the people will discuss It and the people will oppose H even It you be foolish and wlclcbd enough to agr e to It Gracious X3pd Mr Annesler dd you knPW tb question youvtiavtf road to the corn ItLeo for our consent You khpwit not else yoji could not have road It With aich lnesskDooa this committee know its object Impoaalblel else you sir would have fallenvictim to its Indignation I will toll you It la that wo shall consent forever to surrender the rights of Ireland and Irishmen The noble Lord may stand uptn the floor teinterrupt mclt mo entreat blur while wo have yet a House of onimona loft us and a prlvUego of speech act with decency If not WII must inoist on you as Chair man to enforce it troll tho trir- iinlpJiant youth Tho noble Lord 1jbwover ho and I may differ In out cial conduct knows that lam speak= agllB an Irishman the honest indignation of a true and elnccre team at this treaCherons and base tttaqk and tho infamous means which baVo boon used to form the infamous majority on whchhe seems to plume jJimsolf a majority and I say It with pleasure too weak tot Insignificant and too paltry ever to carry into effect the ruinous and disgraceful moamircv Tha ioblo Lord also knpwa that I I am apoakingthe hpnoat dictates of I my heart for ho found m i proof against all hltt corruption I havp opposed the Uijlort through gvory StAge 1 shall continue tp So ao Ono principal alqnQ actuated and dlrect mrconducf the Jpyp Or cup country and certainly that neither I ijbr this house 1 avo aright or a power to voto away the prop erty and the prlyllogoa of irlBhmen tAt the Minlstry of both countries ppk to It 11C tbey peraeYera the consequences Will pa dreadful on ibejt l1QIda6o itFotmypart iny ihp presence of this oije lti the wearing of any country and In the awful prc earn of Rod who 1 trust will avert this dreadful pun ishmdHtvi I wasH my bands of sill CoB whichlOrnaltlit ujili follow from the further cpni tluuation pf this destructive prO p il have +sppkea M an1rtaitlaaral I rMT acted afuht and Jla the bout of danger np monarch halll flwo mead itiy serVice in tlPP9it ltUx tHr hat claim whlcn 0very lrieilDaA ts1 xphjgct to when his country IIin deWt I d W1LCmnW tHL1 C J lye oeen tJ4lnlrfremlytarttroi 1eagd ntoanodJ to f e X e- pa t 11 I rIU H r Lwievlthe- eaebtrlendi ll 1M Jkdto lJb t wdl 6p i4idilaA 1etu 5m to th- idenco eilea Rav 5eroard A 4b D1UI e6w nt jJl Untonco att wltbf n thCjcart An haysl u tJ 1I c C1NADA8 XEW litrnQR tAft1 isMntrsipoatr 8taguf flip nei ry alp JMinted PJWtti Aelezate t OR- I 4aY- 1aI dire tIt i a in t tte oft Mearb- 2F He will bring tbo- orsaWa il cr b1 t3u PJoaary Council letd et 1Wtyeah ago en4- xhl rersgttyNlppfewe4 Iq f 1 4 RECENT paVTHS I The funeral of jlss Annio drlmosf j who died on Friday pf last week i5atrtckaachurch on Sunday afternoon The deceased was fiftytwo years old and for some tine past had been the- bousekoeper for Timothy T OLeary the life Insurance agent Thet de poas 5d was honored and respected by all who know her The funeral of Mrs Efflo E11za- 7both Brown who dledattbp family residence 405 East Market streeti last Saturday toolt place from St Michaels church on Monday morn Inff Thedeoeasod was flftyBoep years old and Was the widow of Oeorgo rowui Mrs Brown was lIUn high esteem by a largo cir cle pf friends Tbo fuperal pf WJlllarc Lang whp died at the family residence 2429 Hank street Sn Saturdays took plaw froniSt C cllJafl church on Tuesday morning The deceoBod was years old and the attendance at his funeral marked the high esteem In which bo was hold Martin T Mfc auS 1Unthlrty y MIotdind the son of John Me Lpughlio died at the family res lidence 720 0puth Twenty ccond street early Saturday morning Tbp funeral which was well attended took place from the Sacred Heart churchi qn Monday morI1ngT e do I ceased waa employed as a flretnan and was popular with his colleague an J superior 1JAI PAn FALL William OJtara fell doWn the ole vator shaft at 214 West lain Br et on Saturday and sustained bruliwt of such a nature that ehadto be removed to his homo at 124 Worth twentieth street Ho will probabty pq able to report for duty next voek 91F1Ci1 t IIEIN7MAN BETTER a pfflc rr Joh4lj IvinwsefLR iko tee phone opemtbr at Central poUceaUi- tion i lq irccftjYpirlng from i spell Jf grip and will soon Jbeck oBidtuty DUrinK his iabsence Corporal Mike SulUvah has been holding donna the- telephoneJ thI sk H r J0HN tALLV RICCOVERS John tally the pppular t tit of the Tlr t dlxlBlpjiV Common Pleas Court iss able JlP atteadah his dutlw after seearatweeltp lf llm MV He serioufrrgioaloperaUoa ti workr KWJfiU U ATTACK Jobs J 13A rri clwi popular Demo etitte CbiIrTan of tha Fourth zn0 F1Ha t1tul cSiilnl d to btrttbf in attack a rrslaintiktor seeral weeks Itis friends bepe- toeeeibtm writ wttgiptlte u stdaysxilia F Y t d 1P2I10AT R t e logs Drew wlH COnia to M cul ys Ij1a itIMJith1t o f uetFk In hit latwt eh rtt rlition Smith r gooddboueeahas a rte tdbiele forhi poeultar tahl tCJ11 fD AOKD tIT DKUD- T I RRrir Alton 4IXHJa H iS j tv j r- t y rAS c 10 11 j uQSXX3 ct oau j I densrt Jlpsquet Is sp4poinxft fdsv days at W9 t linden Springs Popular torn Evans is rocpveriauj from awvero spellof JJJness anti is- ablrty l I b flUtvpaRi3Jt RVorr day f AMIsR farices pQ rrgaf entcftalnod r tst1rMK and hiss John Mche pf the I highlands have konato Florida to f III1 wintejfIl11e11s returned frOm i visit to frleiidB af TrankfpH and JLxIngtpik t THomaB J Keaaoypall sisters will beautifulnewbono streetsMbs Carrld Drrtanot Colesburgl has returned from alslto her I elFrencbf el Mri Mrt r have returned tpclr home lriNe Haven after a visit tp tbplr daughter tire JV W Dantjof thin city 1atrfck Swejshey of Jet r sonvflbutfdrpd iv seVore attack of heart disease on rpndayKSlncb then consldjDrably t Mrs Delia Burko ha4 ifoturno1i frprn Chapeze Ky whither sno went to attend the bedside of tier daughter Mrs Chris Schaeffer woo was UL MrsiGeorga tYGraves and Usa Anna Malono wbp ppent a week In fjfow Orleans at the Carnival aro now In Montgomery Ala the guests of Mr and Mrs Harry Malone Prpf ploment A Stapelford who Is dirpctingthecast and chorus for tho coming production of tho II1nchornl Chib has roturned from Chicago where ho went to at toad tho funeral of his sister Miss Ida Raldy and Mr and Mrs Andrew W bbonbtiro returned from Now Orleans after a visit of three weeks They enjoyed all the features of the carnival and wore much Impressed with the beauties of the Crescent City KNIriUTS QF ChiM iJS Late iNews TltWill Interest Members Here and Erse where A new council will bo cstabUshod ftt Qrand Ttaplds Wis on Sunday APrit23 M i A T8 council recently fojindcd at Berlin Wis marks tporl647th es tabUBhrnent pf tho order Philadelphia Knights will hnvo a retreat iu tho Cathedral there from Passion t6 Palm Sunday A now council of the order has been established at LaporteInd With a charter momUershlp of elghty BovcHr Xavler Council of Now York City MondayIQuitedresses wero made WiscoflBln Knighto have decided Leglelaturotolegal holiday In that State Tho council at Newport Ky cob onVodnoadgyLovening paid tribute to Erins apoBtlo Thor cpmblned councils pf Uninll toacounty Ohio which includes Cincinnati will have their annual mission at St Peters Cathedral dur ing Passion week The eloquent Paesioiijst Father Mark will thepermonFiftyKnlghta of Coluin bus are expected Sn Washington U- Coa October 12 to tako part in the memorlaljoeWashington Knlghtff will not give thQlr auhual charity ball4n 1911 On WedncBday pVenlng ot last week Supreme knight Jfimes A FJahertyi of l hUadolphla Waa the guest of honor at a recoptioh ten derednlm by Carrigan XJouncilj NeW yprkClty John Pr Mitchell the noted tabor leader delivered the principal addresshill f TO ijrinv XOKK r 1 Jj whereoCM1 earih will Irplands patron wlnts lay be W well celebrated ate In Jthecity pf New Yor- kornoureethentatnfiatum will be the mammoth street paraded Pt all the Irish iocletifji under the aua ploeoG1 the ApelentJ Order pjt fiber nf+ ins but tibis iaprnlBg tAerr will okmn Io itiftrwf u IIn 8k1 Tat rlckB Cathedral And xllomn t3hi wafees J1 all Qt the lrlshAmerican- parlOes on the lLeland of Mauliattn- in11 W Bro klyn Tonight the Fjrtendly i fenA o1k Patrick wit give J their Antfua a doet AkI sd tVfJrJ1 Ckupwlll eAmer can Athletic eked opag bOt The swIJttb1tti D t Uli give a bill f91 YffDr Itseviewdrilf and recce tlpkAtfd the iri b Yftlu teerwJI1 ie t review reeaptlog thla- evealalf j +r- i P ToQJ o conn I j popular ad i aecbminbdating Deputy Clerk of the ghee Court i able to atteadieg to bshuas terjlke IJln w of tomautiit Bli winy frleniJB are offerlarcaa5rWlatioct itt Iv KTBOT EXJWACIWIQN plebra S A at LoojNand r ehure- bsbof 110 I betelstqt r 1 J I J I ++ ++ftt hu+ hHa i t k fl + +ttw 0 1 W J DQUfibE GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH CASH SALES 1 L THOMk5KEANEY x ititiT THE NEW BIG 1I II CUT RATE DRUG STORE iL J FIRST AND JEFFERSON jt1tI jg German Soap 3 bars 10c t tlOcti y ft 0 0 bars tf t 1 SPEGIALSATURDAYSPECIAI itSj f+ d i i j FREE5QO111 I I WINES AND WHISKIES FOR MEDICINAL x f t 1t yla Itt THOS JK13ANET r i 1 N k 1 INCORPORATED It Stye jt Home Vlionc 4lfi8 I yIX Cniab Main 3003 o +XOX rI JC9 J r MRJJ frLYNN ts WllllTakeProrainentParr IlnHlhcrnlanHnterarnmeo t r tpRUYEILBS I That Shows Wealth of Wis dom In Old Gaelic Minds The effect of the Irish languago on the English tongue Is shown most cpnipletely by the comparison of the Gaelic language and rxezen day UngllBh Tho Gaelic baa re rosined the same language since before the time pf CbrlBtTanUX The language pf England baa been changod sucoesalvaly by the Ficts Septs AnglpBj RomansDano3 and Normans It is undergoing changes right now yolWo have in English qultp a number ot pjfpvecbs that hayp been transiatfd frpm Ihevirlsb in times of the tUe lan settlement hero are some pf them that are most familiar The rare JeWeUIa tM most prized A blind ntau Is BO judge of colors Wh itlku cat la put the mIce danceki Even a fool has luck Ainputli of Ivy a bart 0f holly1 The historians food 1If truth Fierceness Is often hidden under- beautY v There la often anger in a laugh A good drees ottea Jhideal a her CeIVl lr irfl 1 A foolish word Iii folly f TThe church that hasrlemustc Ji Itolnaeed1 IAr up 111m oJ l1d tij the mesh- Force OAt atter tlnd tJ o err mse jastlee U p4oaodneole4 the lpereeVlted Tb eattsffedr hu get the bMngrY- Long elaeprender a child Jnert HlrrJlwUbott baste- DrunkctaAs 4 Is file brother of robbery Hope is he pkyetoian 01 easit- nisexy prMd idlenesstb t1totx k Lades biiore you leapl ttor9ntbI A Vrert la UM hand I lbr than mane out rttt le who Ilothlt nipper toOl me memory of ta old child tii- taiM 1trevealodbytime- Ibc t eaa1ao bA X kIag t It 9ttn IRS 11k MdJ Bed Bug Powder large bottle 2 lf J t1 St Louis Soap 3 SiPfnsY Matches 3 boxes 5Cilil 1 Box COMCELSAR Box i h 000 WORTH OF GREEN STAMPS WITH EVERY QUART OF 5 YEAR OLD WHISKEY AT 60c USE ff iti X1 f atMacauleys Character+ is bettor than wealth Without treasure without friends A hungry man Is angry No iasl wise at all times Every dear article IB womans dO sire strengthSVlao It bitter Sleep Is the image of death Enough 16 feast Present good Is bettor than past good thepoortEvery flatterer Is not a friend CATHQLIQ CHARITY ffi the archdiocese ot Boston the sum of 4400000 was expended last year for charities under the jurisdic lion oC ArchbllIhopOConneU FOK WQMAJVS EYB The classic silk cashmeres have risen again Rosettes of silk are used on many linen frpbka AftQnbuckles are made of ilneq to beltItfashion to have belt toaatchofihe for girls are the tolling brimm sailors JJvea Tvjuaabla cotton and linen materials are beaded Novelare the umbrella handlee of crystallHt with Jewels Net allpvers in patterns of solid dots resembling pprcelain beada will enjoy decided vogue Before put ing iayay the winter htU collect those of old felt and furs them fa acepuBt Kfoni them iyetij eijBi malce ix t lifters lroubold Wfj polishers for Waxed floors mats- on which to itand potted plants ndsoVlei pa Jlegs of hairrere and tables fp Mpp seratahee TIIEIiOSiKNXWC T liit ip said the posei eotmhI racJlesdkrtJd lleteei I When ettNVah iJe IIit ands 1Jo onii ftea aextjob Dab t potter JtIlaiJ addlar1 4 lotttirt ait iCb 1 f f WOp1DSyt rbeof the world eeaer- G4slOdaq acres or nOOoo009 tia4ta li Saone mad- eLOQ044t1 tllpetaa sad t FREE Ii jI 4 1 I l H ir I CLOUD r Otiarkuc8 Rill Dlwordor Hov ors Over Democratic state l lPollticej r i irI Time For Party Leaders f o Tnko ItcftlMcnsurcfl For deal J Ing Horizon t I JFo iCrcarh II Xomlnated v THE POST AS CATHOLIC MENTOR rTbe sltud flo polfltlpifl a from Warren and Dayloes and a Henderson counties and from ovoryJ r reportafrompolitical McCrearyGovernorTo Isddernorallzing f cannotsubordinate a1ilceatoSleetAldornaon r tllqinsupportofJCouncUwhatntsPJetldidThe w botiedanolherstep Mr notwinThecampaign 1 launched by tho McCrearyjBeckham 1 Jflaley combine wbombCongressman t stronger with the people but it has lcCrcnr1cantpIn Hs desperation ryappenfldracotOrLIClIHenant otherwordsBS a cat to lick an his spilled milk madeanotbormlstnke boseloctedwRIlDot t and tho erstwhile Governor and sCatholic 3 The distress of tho Democratic = particularlypleasing LqUlsvUlqonly told the Catholics that their r Proteatanthandsmentor for Catholic journalism But T the Loulsvllla EvonTn Post 1is quotedt as i example ot what a notivapaperr t ought to be by the Boaton American oA ofIlentuckyIng over the political horizon Na ry corn mItt ee can ke greater than the party that created lt The ppimust rule Zl Congreaamaantanley JreYtouldj elected but Jhe decki ed to continue thetr Btei1GMdi JH hintbykthe ltti d QseluyStanleycertainly Teeejre the support ef all J alDtreo oI The Kentucky Irish Am eatlfna ttertlietl TohnaoptheCtttbollee tor ainiiwi JtfCfiOurt Neither wilt tb whoseyI t hi U a member of ttte CaUiolkf cbuTcb That nnst be un deretoe4 + etee and OIIu The I 1ftt1ofII I