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I rrUJUiI SUITS 15 I MADETOMEASURS- EELBACH HOTEL WHtMM a I VOLUME XXVIHNO 9 LOUISVILLE MARCH 2 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS VINCENTIANS I Were Blessed Sunday With Relic ol Their Patron Saint Fathers Ackcrman Donohue and Deppoii Address Great Gathering St Vincent do Paul Society IB Doing llucbFor Charity CAINS DURING THE PAST YEAR The quarterly meeting of the Louisville conferences of the St Vincent do Paul Society was held Sunday afternoon In the hall of tho Knights of Columbus on Fourth street with an attendance of about 700 members Though the weather was rather disagreeable every conj bronco was well represented many coming long distances 4not grat ifying feature of th mfatlng wad the solemn blessing bestowed by the Rev Father Oscar Ackermann pastor of St Philip Nerls church with a relic of the patron saint of this grandest of all Catholic charity or ganizations President John JCaffrey occupied the chair and was elated with the presence of so many earnest men Ho bad presented to the Holy Cross Conference the papers and official notice of its aggregation from the Superior General in Paris France Secretary fhomas Boban read the repqrts which showed an active membership of 1015 and 153 additional sub scribers on the roll the net Increase being 152 The Vincentlans made 1031 visits and furnished relief to 1294 persons expending In char itable work the sum of 435412 Tho work of the St Vincent do Paul Society is performed quietly and without ostentation and therefore few people realize what it is doing for the poor and unfortunate of this cityAll the conferences received holy communion at their respective churches in the morning and at the afternoon meeting each submitted its I rterr ro ort Ivth in detaILn account coy r ngt e rnembers1lp and what had been done during the winter Rev Father Oscar Ackermann D C L delivered the principal ad dress which was listened to with the closest attention from the first to the last sentence All our actions he said should begin and end with God who Is the father of all Dwell ing upon the life and works of St Vincent de Paul ho explained that the real motive when we dp charity hould be for the honor arid glory of God and the sanctification of our souls and without such motives men will fall to obtain the results they desire In concluding Fattier Apker mann told his hearers that Ue true Vlncentlan should be frequently for titled by the sacraments and thereby tilled with grace Such a man will be noted everywhere and wield a powerful Influence for goodamong thoso with whom he mingles His words left their Jmpress and drew forth many expressions of approval Oioy Father Donahue of the Cathedral Spiritual Director of the Vlncentians followed with a short address that contained much gopd advjcq and a number of timely sug gestions He was pleased with the meeting and the results achieved and epoke most encouragingly to the combined conferences Rev Father Deppen whose Interest In the St Vincent de Paul Society Is always apparent was called for and re sponded with a few remarks that were happy and appreciated In which he said that he believed the spirit of their patron saint pervaded the meeting and Its proceedings During the past year there has been a marked increase in the growth and work of this society and it will be the object of each conference to make a stiflLtter showing one year henceIINSPIRING SIGHT The closing of the Forty Hours deVotion atS Louis Bertrands church Tuesday evening was marked by ne of the most Inspiring sights In the history of that edifice A pro ndaltarlboysthe Gregorian choir the entire body alnglnd Pango Lingua and Te Deum during their rounds of the church The large and spacious edt ti dOOrB8Vet7vaqa1i1e procession having a difficult time Id making the aisle turns GOD WOMAN DIBS The Churih ofOur Lady pariifc mourns a depUt ana faithful inem bar In the ieath of Mrs Mary L Foley of 322i Rudd avenue Reared within Its confines she iwaaail her life as oclated with Its interests erouslrleridschool la which she was educated 0and which her own children in turn-S attended She brag the widow of beforehermarrtt funeral WM ncldVMonday morning the high maw of riaulem being ell 4 raUd by the pMttor Rev Talker jr J4 Connlff idi pldtonehinjr tribaU rJ a I H l KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I I to the deceased and pointed to her Catholic arid exemplary life as worthy of emulation Mrs IFoloy IB survived by a son James Foley Iff the secret service of the Pennsylvania railroad and four daughters Airs Thomas Welsh Mrs Mary Lapallle Mrs Joseph Frevlllo and Miss Margaret Foley and several rant1ctindrenI JOLLY MONKS Some Surprises For Gen eral Public of Pres ent Day I Everyone is familiar with the fat- Folly monks Whom brewers and dis tillers picture In thefr advertisements and they have served this purpose so long that the general public will doubtless be surprised to learn that the monks of old played an important part in the prohibition movements of their day The first order of monks was founded at Alexandria by SL Mark the Evangelist The contemporary Jewish historian Phllo calls them thera peutae nurses or healers and says that they were total abstainers The first known rule for monks was com posed by St Pachomius In the third century it prescribes total abstinence By the middle of the fourth century Egypt alone had OOOO monks following St Pachomius rule Which spread to Palestine Greece Dalmatla Irelgfid Franco England Scotland and Germany The Baslllan rule composed by St Basil says The drinking of water which Is the natural drink and which satis fies nature is promulgated for all nionks Of the pionks of the Jordan wo are told that the word of God was their Inexhaustible supply of food and to the body they allowed only what was necessary bread and water The rule made for the monks of Gaul by St Martin first Bishop of Tours prescribed total abstinence The monks of Lerlns in the south of France followed the rule of St Pachomius The monks of Bohemia were so abstemious that they did not drink water freely It Is well known to everybody that the monks use no other drink but water Evon water Is given plentifully to the sick only to others it is measured out St Augustine wrote Anyone who reads the lives of the saints especially the monks of the desert can nut fall to seo that they observed a perpetual abstinence from meat and wine St Benedict an Italian was the first founder of a monastic order al lowing wine His rule composed In the lxthcentuty a11 Wa QhGmm of wine per day to each monk work Ing hare In the fields In spite of the great popularity enjoyed by the Benedictines the Irish and English monks persevered in their total abstinence rules for several centuries after St Benedict St Columban and his tWelv companions carried their total abstinence rule from Ireland into many French monasteries They also founded the monastery of St Gall In Switzerland and that of Boblo between Milan and Germany St Boniface another Irishman founded total abstinence monasteries in Germany He wrote of Ida Ocr mans to Pope Zachary They are men of strict abstinence without meat and wine without beer and servants satisfied with the labor of their ownhands Jn the Irish monasteries of Bengor and St Comgall the meal consisted of nothing but bread and water and vegetables milk and other victuals were un known to both sight and taste until upon the advice of St Flnbar milk was allowed to the aged and the Infirm The monks of tndisfarne England were total abstainers until they received Into their monastery King Ceolwulf who died in 760 When the King became a monk he had the rule changed so as to allow the monks of Lindisfarne to drink wine and beer Up to that time they were in the habit of drinking only Milk and water according to the ancient tradition of St Aldan the first superior of that church and monastery Has Been Acquired forthe Knights of St John The Knights of St John Armory Company has acquired the property Covlngionprice is somewhere between 5000 and 10000 The Knights of 01 John Armory Company will take pos IC son of the property at once and Will greatly remodel the buildings A splendid armory room will be pro vided for drilling purposes There will also be lodge rooms and club rooms making it one of the beat in Northern Kentucky The officers of the company are Preildent O D Rfelmiiri Secretary John Bojieru Treasurer Joseph Groeschen of Newport and City Solicitor Stephen Blakel Y attorney for the company The article of incorporation were Ismfed at Frankfort Saturday A spe cial effort will be made to place it in shapp by early spring as In May the Grand Commandery Knights of St John of Kentucky frpm rH over this State will hold their GOBventlonln Covlngton and this win be one cl the biggest affairs In the citysI history CONVALBSCBNT q Mrs Jim s P Haanon former MIga Vlrlhll Barrett Ii reoonda from a Minor surgical operation a EL JoMph0 Infirmary Her Man whthhthoit t Ic 4 f POLITICS New Primary Bill Big Detri mont to Hopes olltepub llcriii Party Colored Brother Can Easily Capture the G O P NomlHatlons Emniiucl Meyers School Probe Will Bo Productive of Much Good NO CHANCE TO DEFEAT SHERLEY The Eatontfhompson primary bill which was signed by Gov McCreary Wednesday and is now a law prom laos to play havoc with the Republi can party In Kentucky and will es pecially work detriment in the local G Ot P ranks as it gives the colored brother a chance to dominate the nominations in that party and run under tho Republican emblem In November The figures for 1909 showed a total Republican registration of 18795 which dwindled to 12844 in 1911 and In round numbers about 7000 of these figures were negroes The colored brother is becoming more and more tired of the Republican promises of political pie and now that they see a chance to grab the nominations it Is a certainty that the smart negro leaders will not overlook a bet The Evening Post has confesed that no one in the Re publican party wants tho nomination for Congress to oppose the Sherley buzzsaw this coming November not even the exiDemocrats who have been posing in the Republican party the last several years as reformers because they thought they saw a chance for some fat salaried office In view of this fact It will not be sur prising If a colored brother Is not the Republican nominee for Congress this year and It is possible they will capture a few nominations next year such as Sheriff Jailer Bailiff and a few Aldermen and Councilmen The Legislative probe of the Louisville Board of Education Just finished has accomplished a great deal of good In spite of the frantic Mtt mptstLthefourdai1yPaperste loss over the faults of the board There can be no question but that the board and its executive officers have been acting with highhanded au thority in the management of tho schools Business Director Jones be ing clothed with the powers of a Czar Not a single one of the daily papers has dared discuss the fairness of tho present representation all of the members Jiving in one section of the city or questioned the right of Federal employes to sign the petition of one of the present members for a place on the ballot notwithstanding that it Is positively contrary to civil service rules for a Federal employe to attach his signature to any politi cal petition whatever The present Board of Education does not truly represent the taxpayers of this city some of the present board having been elected through the combination of a dark lantern society and the knifing of lwo men who entrusted their fortunes to a socalled Good Government ticket one on account of his religion and the other on account of his union labor principles All In all Representative Meyer has earned the thanks of tho Louisville taxpayers for his Investigation will servo to keep a check on this authoritative board and its officials if nothing elseThere have been rumors of a dark horse announcing for tho Democratic nomination for Congress in this district which is hardly probable though as there is not the slightest chance for anyone to defeat Congressman Sherley either for the nom ination or election as his splendid and courageous record in Washington has rightly earned for him the support of every voter in the Fifth district JEFFERSONVILLE Death of Patrick Tracyr Cast loomOver City Sorrow and gloom hovered over Jefferson l1e Monday morning when tolling of the fire bolls made known the death pf Patrick Tracy one of the best known and most progressive men of that city who died tots Sun day night at his home 418 Illinois avenue following an Illness of nine days Patrick Tracy IWasborn in County TJpperary Ireland March 19 1848 and was a son of Mr and Mrs Edward Tracy At the age of sixteen he came with hIs parents to America and three years later lo cated In Jeffersonville There he was married to Miss Anna McCarty July 6 1868 For several years fol lowing his marriage he was C patrolman when the chief peace of ricer was the Town Marshal Latex he engaged in the grocery business and was aubcessfuL He retired sometime I ago During al Ibis life Mr Tracy was an rdent Dembcrat He served two terms of two years eaclil r ai Councilman from th First ward tad during the administration ol t Mtayor Henry A Biirtt he was Meet r 9d ai a meuQbr t the bard oi I mile Work At tkf litft M oM 5tbe Indiana Lgidatwrrf U wig Fl t assistant doorkeeper In the Senate He was a member of St Augustines church and a faithful attendant He also was identified with the Catholic Knights of America the Ancient Order of Hibernians and other societies Besides his wife Mr Tracy Is sur vived by one daughter Mrs Stowell Beach of Wood IRlver 111 and four SOilS John Tracy of Louisville Ed ward Tracy Chcirles Tracy and Ernest Tracy of JefferBdnville AA sister Mrs Jacob IMuth lives jln Louisville and a brotlior Martin Tracy In Jefferson yi The funeral one of the largest ever seen in Jeffersonville tookSplaco Wednesday morning from Jstf Augustines church Rev Father John OConnell being the celoorant of the solemn high mass of rcquim SPLENDID in But Brief Session Division Pour on Monday Evening Division 4 held a splendidly at tended meeting 1lastiMonday evening but was only In session a short while as PresidentS John Hennessy hurriedly dispatcho L the business of the evening on ace unt of the Party Hours devotion a St Louis Ber trands church glv ng the members of the division ample time to visit the church The vjsltitig committee reported Michael Qostetlo Thomas HInes and Treasurer Harry J Brady on the sick list aqd that Corporal Pat Kenealey was again on duty hav ing recovered front his recent accident Resolutions bf regret were adopted on the death of Mrs Joseph Purtell wire of the members and John J onetf J Lan gan and were ap pointed on the committee M J Walsh and Wllllajn lAnsbro wore present after a tang absence and wore called on for remarks by Preside nt Hennessy bot promising more regular attendance tin the future Announcement of the St Patricks day celebration atijMasonlc Theater was made and thQtImembers were urged to apply earIfor their seats r RECENT DEATHS Margaret orlari1ta devout member of the Cathedwl parish died Tuesday morning th tier home 124 North Bullltt BtreofflJlShe was forty six years old and tore tier mar rIage was Margareuleddington The funeral took placeHnyrsdayl morn- Ing j i ii ytjjjj Early the grim jivcr e Sundayghlg 1wfan soiot 734 Zano street and for the bereaved parents their neighbors and friends feel the most sincere sympathy The funeral took place Monday when the remains wore tenderly laid to rest In St Louis cemetery The funeral of Minnie Wletlng beloved wife of James Welting took place yesterday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh officiating at the mass of requiem IMrs Welting was only daughter atreet Many friends and relatives mourn the death of Edward J Godfrey which occurred Tuesday at his home 819 South Eighth street He was fortynine years old and had lived hero nearly all his life The funeral took place Thursday morning from 3t Louis Bertrands church with a solemn mass of requiem for the repose of his soul The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Otte ojt 1635 Christy avenue took place Tuesday morning from St AloysIus church Rev Father OGrady celebrating the mass of re tjulom Mrs Otte was a faithful wife and mother and was highly re spected by a wide circle of friends and neighbors Before her marriage dhe was Miss ElizabpthiMoAndrpW She Js survived by six sons Henry P Otte of the Police department Will l RobertLOtte two daughters Misled iEJIza both and Annie Otte and fwd sisters LARGE CONFIRMATION CLASSI For the parents and children of St Patricks parish this years celebration of their patron saint will be a memorable and happy one On St Patricks day 240 children will be confirmed by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue and 120 will have tile Joy of receiving their first holy cOm- munion from the hands of their pea tor Rev J P Cronin vG This is perhaps the largest class In the history of the congregation and has been under InstructiOn since last September CONDITJON IMPROVED The Rev P M J Rook rector of the Cathedral who was taken 111 two weeks ago and has since been under treatment at St Josephs Infirmary was reported so much improved on Thursday as to give hope for his re turn to the Cathedral rectory today Father iRoek hda been a tireless worker for some yearns past and It was not until hue strength was over taxed could he be forced to give up His friends and the public will be rejoiced to learn of his improved condltl nSWILL PKBSRNT FUND The NatloM Boirf of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has notlfle Rev Dr Kelly of the Gatholic fr Ohurch Rxteitftkm SocietyI that thit oelrrr Mated dUriax the 4k ottOI ttonal ooaytatOD 16 Chicagti a CITIZENSHIP Two Kliotlo Island Governors Deliver Addresses tit Banquet Day For Explanation or Apol ogy 1 y CaUiollcB Has lnsHcd t Church Favor Civil Government Best Adapted to Our People STAND fUR CLEAN AND PURE At the anniversary banquet of St Michaels Catholic Club at Prov idence R I GOV Pothier and former Gov Higgins both of whom are Catholics delivered addresses When former Gov Higgins arose to address the audience ho received great applause He said The day for making any Catholic explain his loyalty or apologize for his citizen ship has gone by We Catholics liv ing a free State ought not to be called upon to explain or apologize for our citizenship Citizenship moans civic loyalty and obedience to constituted authority and these are the basic principles of Catholicity The Catholic church lays It down as a cardinal principle The church does not specify what kind of a government you must have whether it shall be a republic or a monarchy It says you must have that form which is best adapted to your people It says that whatever form it is you must be loyal to it You must not only be loyal to it you must be pre pared to lay down your life In defense of It- Catholics are sometimes looked Upon with suspicion by the ignorant In regard to their citizenship These differences arise through lack of culture on the part of our opponents and misconception They come from inborn prejudices of ages long past They tell us that during the Middle Ages the church sought to obtain temporal power but they are ev idently unacquainted with the his tory of the Middle Ages They dont tell you that a large part of the civil P reTAffthetoh urcl1uam e by Ired grant from Emperors and Kings To the onq who would Iinvestigate the real character of Catholic teachings to him no difficulty should arise in understanding how a Catholic can be a good citizen In view of the doctrine laid down by Pope Leo XIII can any person understanding truly the dogma of the church have any question about the citizenship of a CatholicWhat we ask Is that we ba Judged by our best not by ourworst We have as little use as any for the publicscandaloffice Our standards are based upon the character and actions of the best of Catholics Tho men who live clean lives and give the best there is in them when called to pub highesthonorfilled wIth credit by real Catholics The Judiciary Cabinet positions and United States Senatorships have been filled with credit and pride It is anyCatholicgize for his citizenship As Catholics we want every Catholic to stand for everything that is clean and true We want the naino pf Catholic citizen to be always synonymous with and to stand for good government and 6ntl graft and boodle We want to see him stand for sobriety calm Judg dlscrlmJnatlonWemans kite or the bounden serf of any clique Wo want him to be with thottreligious will never be found wanting Well may he grasp the hand of every man and say yes we are all Americans with one cause one country and one heart WERE TIED Judges Unable to Decide Debate at Mackln Council Mackln Council had a large attendance Monday night many attending especially td hear iho debafo on capital punishment The argy fflenta of the four contestants WerE well delivered and each presented si many strong points that the Judges Messrs Joseph Stelnbdok Val Kas and Charles Raldy were unable te reach a decision As the debate re suited In a tie there will be anothei and the subject will be tried out at ix later date President Adams occupied th chair and announced that Thoma l Hayden had recovered from his ill ness and Joseph Gather and Wlllian I Gallagher continue to improve Rev aileFrancisresponded with talks that eontalnei timely suggestions and good iUvfc for Catholic young men The Hnter taint ent Committee reported this all afntngemente Sad been perfect fox th boilng chttidn t01N flfw pexi HoMftT night The lHbf i rtk r uMrited ftetr Mid Aoul brlsg edt tNIe Dibiii w ba fI r absented themselves from the enter tainments heretofore given Members of tho Opera Committee report ed satisfactory progress and an In itiation was announced forsoon after Easter when It Is expected to put In a class of 100 WAY OF CROSS Its Practice Originated In a Most Interesting Manner During the Lenten season Catholic churches throughout the world will devote at least one evening a week to the beautiful devotion called The Way of the Cross This practice originated in a most interesting manner Tradition tells us that after Christs ascension the Blessed Virgin was wont daily to travel from Pilates house to Mount Calvary along the way over which Jesus bore the cross and that she paused at those spots made memorable by some Insult injustice or cruelty inflicted on Christ Who can form an idea of the Queen of Martyrs as sho thus amid those silent witnesses of the Passion meditated on the sufferings of her Divine Son 7 Must not every sight of the pillar at which tie was scourged of tho tribune whereon He was mocked of the spots whereon He foil of the way marked by his blood of the nails that transfixed Him of the cross whereon He died and of the grave wherein Ho was burled have been a sword which pierced her loving heart These pilgrimages were noted the sorrowful mother was not committed to make them alone the holy women and disciples of our Lord accom partied her praying in the spirit of her hymn Fount of love and holy sorrow Mother may our spirit borrow Somewhat of thy woe profound Unto Christ with pure emotion Raise our contrite hearts devotion Love to read in every wound Thus the practice inaugurated by Mary grow Into a devotion which has led Christians io hold in veneration every place In Palestine Identified with the Saviour The devotion spread until everyone who had a favor to expect or a transgression to expiate vowed to visit the Holy Land Pilgrimages to Jerusalem became more frequent and numerous The piously inclined resolved to spend their lives In the practice of mortifi cation anti prayer where the very fiirrotfndings would constantly speak ion of the events in their Divine Mastics life and death With tho growth ofChrhitienityremoLenessoti certain peoples rendered a journey to Jerusalem Impossible so It was decreed that those who could visit Jerusalem only in spirit should re ceive tho same graces as those who were privileged to do so in person and by theerectton of the Stations of the Cross or pictures representing the journey to Calvary every Cath olic church became a Jerusalem to all souls who there sought the graces and Indulgences of the Holy City CHICAGO THarisHBlK Demonstration For Visit of Gaelic Envoys A demonstration of Irish patriot- Ism In the Interest of the Gaelic Leagues crusade in America will be held at Chicago April 15 in Orchestra Halt Shano Leslie and Father Michael OFlanagan envoys of the league In America will speak on the success of the Gaelic revival in Ireland and outline the leagues plan for the future The object of the league is to solidify the racial con sclousntiss of Ireland through the teaching of Gaelic as well as English in all Irjsh schipqls Mr Leslie is an Irish orator and poet who has become famous at tho Age of twenty six He is a first cousin of Winston Churchill his mother having been before her marriage Miss Lcpnlp Jerome of New York Mr LesV and Father OFIanagan come to Chi cago for the league as personal rep resentatives of Dr Douglas Hyde President of the organization Dr Hyde was in Chicago six years ago I He raised 50000 here for york of the cause ancJlater 100000 in Ireland Leslie and Father OFlanagan have cpme to make both accounting and appeal to the Irish and Irish Americans in the United States i IMPROVING The many friends of Patrolman Robert Scanlon who was stricken suddenly three weeks ago were re joiced to learn within the past twen tyfour hours that his condition continues to improve and that be is I new Put of danger Officer Scanlon has been 111 pf pneumonia at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and last week fears were entertained fo IIhts recovery For years he has been a member of the police force and his fine record and attention to duty have made him popular with hieI superiors and the people wherever duty called him s SnOCk CAUSED DEATH Sorrow over the tragic death ol 1 her father T JKearns a wellI I known ContraCtor of Lexington whoI I was killed In a railroad accident at Wrigley one month ago IM given ai the cauge of the thof SadI t KaarsB twenty arioJdjrho diet1 I at her borne In the Bluegrass eaplU a Mriy Monday morning Nisi KjMra k 51 grefctlr iteTotod to br ather- I aid to never recovered from tilt I book bis death gmy ktr OVERCOATS 15 UNION MADE SEEIBACH HOTEL BUILDING SATURDAY ARMORY ASQUITH Will Lend light in Pnrllnimjnt And Now In Flue 1 Form Nothing But tho Miners Strike Can Stop Homo Rule Ireland Is More United Than For Many Years Past ULSTESR REVOLT A FAILURE T P OConnor returned last week to find England in an extraord manly complicated and alarming situation because of the threatened strike of the coal miners Every other topic even of the many which now are fiercely dividing the public opinion pales Into Insignificance be fore the position of the labor world If such a strike takes place all tho ordinary political conditions and cal culations will be blown sky high for a universal strike must mean disor der and disorder must mean blood shed and drastic action on the part of the authorities and this drastic action would bring such estrangement between the working classes and the Government as to force the withdrawal of all support by the Laboritlcs to the Liberal Ministry either In the elections or in Parliament Though these apprehensions are real and weLl founded everybody still hopes that the strike will be avertedThis strike peril is the only black cloud on the horizon Everything since thp opening of the session has gone in favor of the Government Premier Asqulth fresh from his long vacation in Sicily made a succession of splendid and crushing Speeches and Bonar Law made several bad mistakes The attack on the home rule policy has proved the merest fizzle Tho Tories made an Impossible attempt in the face of their own speeches to prove that home rule was not the issue before the electors in t1ieiast olectjon and calleontkeftllnfs x todro ti m rule and pfo ceed with the work of reforming the House of Lords Asquith laughed all these suggestions out of court and defeated the Tories by the substan hal majority of ninetythree The confidence already great that home rule soon win be an accomplished tact is enormously strengthened by this abject failure of the first Tory engagementTho from Ireland is equally satisfactory opinion there being more united than at any time for years The pressure of his own sup porters has ranged even William OBrien to a friendly attitude toward ho Government and it Is evident that he also will be forced to support the home rule bill Such forecasts as have Appeared of the home rule bill convince the Irishmen it will be a large generous measure and tho Irreconcilable and wreckers who wOrd trying during the Parlia mentary recess to destroy the Irish party by impossible demands were reduced to silence for the moment John Redmond still feels tho result of his serious accident djlring the recess and remains at Brighton for medical treatment but he wIll be restored completely by the time the home rule fight really begins Even the temper in Ulster has Improved in spite of the unscrupulous attempt to create disorder I have learned the inside history of Win eton Churchills meeting in Belfast Everybody agrees and especially Churchill that It was one of the finest meetings ever seen and that the disorder was so slight that the Impotence pf the Tories to create any serious disturbance was proved con clusively The most significant fact Is that the worklrigmen In the great shipyards who wore formerly the fiercest battalions of the grange array remained for the most part Inside their works and declined to follow the lead of the Orange lead erstThe few hisses directed against Churchill came from the small clerks and other well dressed Tpwdiec sent from the merchants offices by their Orange employers Several reports during the week hare startled the world with ex pected changes of the Ministry lnr eluding he early resjgnatipn of Asqulth and the exchange of the Premiership for the Lord Chancellor ship All such reports are ridiculous Inventions Asqulth never showed lese of a disposition t9 retire He is especially Interested in the home rule bill and has attended the meetings of the Cabinet committee engaged la drawing up the detals When he Was complimented by an Irish member the other night on the splendid form be recently showed Asquith anjswered that he would be Jn even better form when the Irish bill tomes on This means that he himself will take the chief part in piloting the measure through the House of Cpm t mpnfl which as his skill is un equaled as a Parliamentarian Does much to assure Its speedy passage The party feeling still M fierce and I will probably grow asth fight ad vanoes but for the moment high spirits on ih aide orthe LiberaltanI despondency fat the side bfttJu Tories rpriMni the rMl mood of t I e two purttw Jl we Man a strike 1aoth1D stop benD I i S zrTuCKYn isH RXCN I 1 p KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERKM vote to the Social and Moral Mvcnccneiseat Irish Amerkaas and Catholic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mans institute and Catholic Knights of America BNTUCKY IBI8H AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY II Enured at the Uabvllte Posttfcs a 8 e adClM rutur fines ail Commuelcatlsas to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31WI West Urea St OUISVILLE KYSATURDAY MARCH 21912 r DESERVES HONOR Among the names suggested to Mayor Head for the vacancy on the Tubercular Commission Board IB that of Dr H IL Mochllng whose study of that dread disease tuberculosis Justly entitles him to recog nition as reward of merit GOOD RECORD The Democrats of Jefferson county should feel proud of the Legislative records of Senator Mark Ryan Rep resentative Charles Knight William A Perry and Sam Robertson they having been Instrumental in the passage of hood measures not only for their constituents hero but the State as well The Kentucky Irish American voicing the sentiments of many can say wen done thou good and faithful servants BADLY SPLIT Representative Ben Johnson of Kentucky whose political Judgment Is held In high esteem by his colleagues In Congress and leaders of both parties is Jubilant over Col Roosevelts announcement for tbo Presidency I have studied tho situation pretty carefully bo said Tuesday and It seems clear to me tho nomination of Mr iRoouevolt would be the best thing that coul happen to the Democratic party at this time I believe that vre will win no matter whom the Republi cans nominate but It will be a Walk over If they nominate Roosevelt especially after his Columbus speech He has split the Republican party beyond all healing This countr will not give tho Rough Rider a third term YOUR DUTY With tho approach of St Patricks day many stores will begin to display their stock of St Patricks day novelties many of which though In fended to be humorouscAriI1bCb- accepted 8 in that spirit by Irishmen or Catholics Would It not therefore be prudent for Irish societies to consider this matter In time and to see that those stors which display Insulting emblems are Informed of tho attitude of their Irish patrons toward them We will doubtless hear people say that this or that St Pat ricks day novelty Is not Intended to bo Insulting to the Irish people It Is an Incongruity which has humor not malice for its purpose To them it must bo answered that not all In congrultles are humorous Uniting the sublime with what Is obviously base does not come within the def inition of humor The green which Is worn on St Patricks day was or iginally Identified with the sham rock which In turn St Patrick associated with the Trinity Now any attempt to associate the green with what is low as for instance covering toy pigs with It is carrying Incongruity to the extreme It Is Indirectly associating the Ideh of pod himself with one of the grlmest species of tho animal kingdom a step which the Catholic can not be expected to make easily It is the duty of Catholics to call the attention of those who overlook the meaning of such an association to it No one would like to see the American flag made Into the shape of a grunting swine and placed in the Windows of stores for sale on Flag day And yet the flag represents only a nation while the green is emblematic of the Triune Cod Think it over and be ready to give your reasons for objecting to the association of the green of the shamrock with unbe coming objects The only way to protect the people of Louisville from clairvoyants and palmists Is the passage and enforce= meat of an ordinance prohibiting their operation here with a long term in the penitentiary for any one guilty of Its violation There are stringent laws against less heinous q r oUeDlletlThe1i8tterattentlon we pay to the Solemn inspirations and obligations of theLenten period the more we o IJw U l e prepared to eater into the JoyottMMM ef the glerlous Raster a ttane The fate of the arbttratka treaties pending vila tBritalnand Fraaee will be decided next Tuesday in the Swats pf fife United Btates d VWHHKX MOTHBK UV3M Home is where mother ova cud tfaer you be prince or peasant of the sweetest lpotaoaearthII bode of your I I S0GIETY i la Miss Beezlo Hannan Is on a three weeks trip to Now York Dr J B Wathen has boon spend ing the week In Chicago Miss Loretta Tlgho spent last week with friends at Lebanon Junction Hon J A Sullivan of Richmond arrived last Friday for a short visit In this city Mrs Edward J McDermott came down from Frankfort to spend the week end here SI E Burke was last week one of of the number registered In New York from this city Mrs J P Hanley of Crescent Hill spent part of last week visiting friends at Mt Sterling Henry Bosquet and Frank Senn have been enjoying a weeks sojourn at West Daden Springs Miss Ella Slack of Owensboro has been spending tho week with friends and relatives hero IMr and Mrs Phillip Wobbe were last week guests of Mr and Mrs John Slack at West Point odf Newport was here for a short visit the guest of Mrs John P Hanloy Miss Kate Lyons of South Louis ville Is visiting relatives and frIend in Cincinnati Oovlngton and Newport Miss Catherine Hogarty of Lex MobileyAla after a short visit with friend here Miss Margaret Moran of Portland I has gone to Parkersburg W Va1 where she will remain for six months Mrs Sarah Freeberg and Mlds Marie Walsh are again at home after an extended visit to New Yprtc and tlleabtrRr iMiss Katherino Kiornan of Phila delphia Is visiting her sister Mrs Frank J Kelly In the Welsslngeri Gaulbert Miss Havannah McQueen who was here visiting her sister Mrs Martin Donohue has returned to her home In Washington Dr John T Chawk has Just re turned from Frankfort where he was attending the State Veterinarians convention and banquet Mrs Charles Fitzgerald of New Albany who underwent an operation at St Edwards Hospital Is reported as almost fully recovered Mr and Mrs Hugh Gannon 2122 High avenue have as their guest Miss Margaret Fay daughter of Mr and Mrs P W Fay of Boston Mass nobler Earle and bride who was Miss Ella Trace have returned from their wedding trip and are at hom to their friends nt22H Westr Walnut street Miss Marguerite McDermott 717 Brook street was hostess at a de lightful dinner at her home in honor of Miss Florence Tully whoso mar riage will take place after Easter TegIstered fpast week were John J Crotty J F Kohn J C Lynch and T W Collins buyers for our leading dry goods houses Daniel E CotUngharn and bride who was Miss Elnora Beckley mar EUzabethsIch position NorthStatenounced the engagement of their daughter Miss Annette Mary Bocard LouJsvUlethespring locatedinInNewweekCaptcapital from the White Earth Indianagency In Minnesota where he accompanied a Congressional investi gating eommlttee entertafned MissesMargaret RlizabethRuddLlnde1lH4Schefterkntogenei andNell Conkllng ties Josephine Pasllok entertained tPridayeeningwereWIIHfIOBMenirlorenceRtoreb sie Hannan Dolly Out Rachel RyeamiseOllieOBrteaColdswayCharQae Joseph Pasllck John Baker Ray mond Featherstone Louts Keeley James Hannan John Griffin Frank Kimbel John Philip Curtner Laws renco Schwfeers Bernard Blandford and Dr De Witt Goodman and Mrs Goodman t A HUNDRED YEARS FROM NOW The surging sea of human life for ever onward rolls And bears to the eternal shore Its dally freight of souls Though bravely sails our bark today pale death sits at the prow And few shall know we ever lived a hundred years from now 0 mighty human brotherhood Why fiercely war and strive While Gods great world has ample space for everything alive Broad fields uncultured and un claimed are waiting for the plow Of progress that shall make them bloom now a hundred years from Why should we try so earnestly In lifes short narrow span On golden stairs to climb so high manWhy In slavish homage bow Our gold will rust ourselves be dust a hundred years from now I Why prize so much tho worlds ap plause Why dread eo much its blame A fleeting echo Is its voice of censure or of fame The praise that thrills the heart the scorn that dyes with shame the brow Will be as longforgotten dreams a hundred years from nowIt O patient hearts that meekly bear wrongloand striving grow more strong Press on till perfect peace Is won youJl never dream of how You struggled oer lifes thorny road a hundred years from now Grand lofty souls who live and toll that freedom right and truth Alone youisWhen mid the bloat with God you rest the grateful lands shall bow Above your clay in revrent love a hundred years from now Earths empires rise and fall 0 Time Like breakers on thy shore They rush upon the rocks of doom go down and are no more The starry wilderness of worlds that gem nights radiant brow II Wll light tho skies for other eyes a hundred years from now I Our Father to whose sleepless oyes the past and future stand An open page like babes we cling to Thy protecting hand Change sorrow death are naught to us If we may safely bow Beneath tho shadow of Thy throne a hundred years from now IMary A Ford ST PATRICKS DAYIl Arrangementsforhas not entirely celebrationIgramme for the literary I ptaceRtMasonicwill announce the complete list next week Among those who will take GladysReigolt preparingthe lIughHourigan I FIRE FIGHTERS SICK John Lawless Engineer Edward LarkIn Tom McGlynn Capt John Kirby and Capt Edward Kennedy all members of the local fire depart moat have been off duty because CaptKirleyofII soon His disability came from run KeneCompanyfire GOES FOR REST Cardinal Farley is spending two weeks in Florida He left New York I last Friday for St Augustine accom panIed by Mgr James V Lewis his secretary The Cardinal has been suffering from a bronchial affection Philadelphiatoof the Most Rev F Prendergast as Archbishop of that see CRAMP CLARK INVITED ofthoIsChairman I Bepresentatines tt York to deliver addresses at the first J Inthot J1 Brennan has been chosen President of the society and William A Leonard Secretary BROTHER JUSTIN CALLED 1 a StephenMcMahon Christian Brothers College at at Louis and at various times con Elected with religious Institutions of Seaming In the United States and Europe died Wednesday near Philadelphia from the effects of a stroke of paralysis Brother Justin Was born in County Mayo Ireland Janu v fromthehetaught E Baltimore Quebec and Utlaa WvIBD FRUIT I Among the fruits which respond ezoeaiently to oooklmg in olive oil are apples and bananas Either of these tried In the fragrant liquid will hold more of its own taste than If butter were used Three fruits by the way P make substantial and dainty break tl likedwith0 f0- U j GEHER a SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET Offer Their Complete Line of the Latest Improved STOVES AND RANGES Gas Ranges Gas and Oil Heaters t andRanges Charlie White=Moon THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE I Exponent of Gods Medicines Roots and f Herbs Nose Office red Laboratorj 37293731 Broadway Loulsilllo ky KNKfflTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Hero and Elsewhere I Little Rock Council exemplified the second and third for a class of fortysix a week ago Sunday I The council In tho little town of Astoria Ore received thirtyoner Into membership at the last meeting I Four hundred members attended the memorial mass In the Cathedral at Syracuse on Washingtons birth dayThe I council at Decatur Ind or ganized seven years ago with forty five members now numbers upward of 200 i The date for the unveiling of the WashingtonhasJune 8- Bishop Farrelly will open the an nual retreat for members of the order In the Cleveland Cathedral to morrow morning Knightshaveraise the present dues the increase to be used for general expenses There will be a class Initiation at Portland Ore on March 10 It Is the aim of the council there to In crease Its membership to 1000 this year FOR ST PATRICKS DAY Preparations for a St Patricks day celebration In the Auditorium of Chicago by the Irish Literary So ciety were begun last week this be- Ing the sixth event of the kind the society has promoted Among those who will deliver brief addresses are Shane Leslle and Father OFlanagan Father J K Fielding will take the audience on a trip through Ireland by means of colored stereopticon slides which give views of every county in the Emerald Isle Former Mayor Edward F Dunne has been asked to act as Chairman CATHOLIC CHILDRENS PAPER The Catholic Church Extension Society publishes an illustrated little paper every month called The Child Apostle It IB edited by one of the priests of the society specially for little ones It Is only twentyfive cents a year Send for a sample copy or better still send tewntyflve cents In stamps for a years sub scription for your boy or girt Ad McCormickCATHOLIC CHARITIES The committee arranging for the National Conference of Catholic aesI during the month of September DISTANCE CANAL SHORTENS The opening of the Panama Canal will effect tho following saving of dlstances for such ships as may choose the new and shorter route Europe to San Francisco 6200 2100miles1600 and to Australia 800 miles Between American and Oriental ports the saving Will be as follows New York to Shanghai 1400 miles Montreal to Sydney Australia 2740 andAustralasiantance will average about 2400 miles YOUNGEST INVENTOR There is no age limit to patentees Donald M Murphy of St John Can ada could not even write his own name when he produced a sounding toy for which the United States granted him a patent But do not blame him for his lack of schooling for Donald was only six years old whoa he filed the application and as far as Is known is the youngest applicant for a patent In this or any other country The toy patented by him is a simple contrivance Including bar with handle knobs at its ends and two clapper disks slideable along the bar so that they can sound against each other and against the handle knobs SUE FOUND OUT Where asked the female suf i rage orator would man be today were It not for woman She paused a moment and looked round the halt I repeat she Mid where would nanbe today were it not for womanHed Lieneatingvoice from the gallery NOT 80 BAD A cornet that can be played by a roll of perforated paper like a piano muianloaoiM thai have often disturbed the stttlyj night and wevented sleep o WALNUTSTTHEATERS- tarting Sunday Matinee March 3 MR RICHARD J JOSE Supported by His Own New York Co SILVER THREADS OldHomesteadShore Acres Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 3Sc SOc 75c HOPKINSTHEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS I uous Three shows daily Sunday contln AVENUE THEATER Week SundayAfternoon Newest Western Melodrama The Cowboy and the Squaw Byron Tottens Best Production A story portraying ranch life in Mon tana and defeat of villain and treacher ous half breed Indian halfbreed POPULAR PRICES Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees 15candCASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Prey senting only the standard productions historic draaatic and com- icPLANTING TIME For Fruit Trees Shads Trees Grape Vines AND Flowering Shrubs CATALOGUE FREE We Sell Burpees Celebrated Flower and Vegetable See- dsFWALKERCO 634 S FOURTH AVENUE Opposite St Josephs Infirmary CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cer Third and Green Ste We furnish the home com plete oa easy payments WM CALLAOHAN Mar Sales D- eptRHEUMATISM FOR ONLY HAMPFMUELLERS RHEUMATIC REMEDY Works wonders oa any Rheumatic sub act regardless of the form Whether MUSCULAR ARTICULAR SCIATIC INFLAMMATORY actually relieves the pain after taking four doses and ware fpr the most delicate stomachs or systems For sale at all drug stores COo and 1OO Prepared Only by KAMPFMUELLERS MAKUF6 CO 118 EAST MAM STREETLHtSYIUtKY or RURAL DRAMA The Coluarbla Athletic Ciao has arranged to present The Brookdale atjheaukylheateronJlaeter8unday j IlabeI eat rn LouisrMte ii1i i NdOtaNN6eMNNWeleietlNO0tN iffWewtfNO M1 200000ROLLS OF FI- NEWALE PAPROn Sale Monday March 4 This Is Without Doubt the Greatest Offering of Fine Papers Ever Made You Can Save More Than H- alfII1RTNASfiZTC LISTENThose who have visited our store during the Theyfound1 I 2500 2250 and 2000I I VALUES FOR 12llRESULT I We have been busy night and day getting goods out See us for best values Cunning LewisBrotzge i N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON The Only Exclusive Clothing Shop in the City 1N O For Your Furn1tuiits I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEI 425 427 and 429 East Market Street F Better Get Acquainted With MULLOYS COFFEEEVERYBODY THAT EYER USED IT WILL TELL YOU THAT ITS QUALITY AND FRESHNESS NEVER VARY TRY HIS SPECIAL GRADE AT 3 Lbs For 75c IS A BIG FAVORITE YOULL LIKE IT JOHN M MULLOY Qt1Qt W IARKBT STREET nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnynnynnnTo y N J FULTZ OLEANERAND DYERhive Us Your Work We Will Dolt Rlifat PRESSING Work called for and delivered HOME PHONE 3431I 1120 WEST MARKET STREET HOME PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS CHAS DECKEL SON FURNITURE STOVES RUGS MATTSNGS ETC 321 East Market St North Side let Preston and Floyd u J J J lltifIXZ clams oal ttr n 3rlae Ati KOhmI1 345 West Green Strt ILIQUO L t APhJln ftJur III UJiltjr Jo co ENTUOKYXJiISH AJdERJCA nn BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield KV f w D J DOUGHERTY S J McB LIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Dar or Night l H 1231 WEST MAR K I T STREET liranW Smiths Son0 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer CarrUffei Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET I TELEPHONE 810 BUIYERiD- m flVULLINiWALL PAPER I PAPER NEATLY 712 J CHAWK HORSE Horses Forced Delivered OFFICE FORQEJ 713715 SEVENTH STNP Haute Cumb Mian 667 HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Store 560 POSTOFFICE Charles Texas Streets All the late and new and Shapes pricesCan John Ratterma n 1117 W ST LJFUllrllDIrlclar and EmbilmiT- ekuhoae r 1180 o of Au LADV t- ithltr u dJr43ti Children a Uy fyiflCBf PtiOwK Diour U J PHONE 2222 RUBBER TIRE Henry A assma Practical Horse Shoe r and Wagon Builder SPECIAL GIVEN TO LAME HORSES HORSES CAMEO FOR AND M W 16121614 MAIN ST HANDING DONE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Horns Phone 077ia WEST OAK STREET DR T Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forte AND SHOEING Called AND Phone 5687 Fourth Avenue OPPOSITE Greeihwses awl Stylee B MARKET Independent Undertakers KATIK AGNRS SMITH EMBALMER aid Drening 8pcl Coo 1IJ HOME ATTENTION AND INTERFERING WEST SCIENTIFIC PRACTICAL HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 610 FEJHtl VILNUB Telephoue 1622 Catholic Order of foresters Greatest Catbdllc Fraternal Iimuce Order Ila tile World Members in Good Standing 150000 hath lIflt pity tines orzanlzed 1 5852680 JOIN NOW WM CALUIHAH SUta Orgaalxar 27181 W Jeff HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal Kentucky Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TilliliiM 1141 234 SIXTH STREET JJLBrowhiieldGoL 553 THIRD ST Eniiniirr and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING J I e1JlePIIOM1I6 Io x I I Birdaeyo View of the Wheeler Santa Fe Oil Field Carter County Oklahoma JUDICIOUSI INYfSTMfNTS The Only Safe Method of Making Your Savings Work For You The Petroleum Development Company Incorporated of Ardmore Oklahoma presents to the readers of the Kentucky IIrish American an opportunity for just such an investment in its Wheeler Oil and Gas Property The holdings of the company are well located X tfThe inducements offered are within the bounds of reason and have nothing of the get rich quick about them I The terms under which you can invest are liberal The management of the company is conservative and has the unqual ifiedendorsement of Louisville business men who have investigated the propositionRead i WhatSomeof Them Say About It Louisville Ky January 31 1912 Petroleum Development Company Ardmore Oklahoma Gentleman We have each received notice of the acceptance by you ofour B offer to purchase lots in the Scully Subdivision in the productive Wheeler Sante Fe Oil field of Oklahoma eighteen miles from Ardmore and within less than a thenIn our judgement you are not offering for sale doubtful stock but solid land in a developmentsYourby men of high standing purchaseVeryGEO W BERRY J P J C J W TORPEY Arf S J McELLIOTT rV DR CHAS A EDELEN fWM CALLAGHAN j Z v II f1 JJBARRYJ Jj f vr frv c rx vMessrs Burns and Kirkham the representatives of the company are locatedat No 10 Rossmore Apartments where they will thoroughly explain the entire proposition to you Either call on them personally orVphone them at Home Phone 1426 and they will call on you JAMES T BURNS AND A L K1RKHAM SALES AGENTS FOR THE PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 10 ROSSMORE APARTMENTS LOUISVILLE KY PARIS NOTES New mesh bags are oqupped with tiny watches this form rivaling the carrying of the wrist watch The kimono sleeve appears to have run its fashionable course Insofar as the American woman is iLlnen dresses with concernedII tunics bordnred by a heavy fringe linen are to be much worn this sum mer A few collarless utility coats are being shown the net being finished off with folds of Silk ratine or plain cloth For lingerie dresses tho use of marquisette while not past has a rival In shadow allover laces and the shadow voiles Lace coarse and heavy enough for a curtain shadow styles baby Irish lace and Venlse will trim the spring and summer fabrics Hats of the Rembrandt or Francis I style distinguished by the Tam OShanter crown continue to enjoy widespread confidence Silk coats consist largely or Thehighchangeable chiffon taffeta Black and white In all fabrics are so much put together that one might almost affirm that it had become the uniform for dress occasion While the low side fastening is still a noticeable feature of many of the spring models the revere are eo made that they do not disclose as much of the dress or waist as was formerly the cUe THINGS WORTH KNOWING To learn to think and act for your selfTo respect gray hairs especially your own nelthermoneylime If you have a place of buslnew to be found there when wanted youngthatold To bear little trials patiently that you play learn how to bear great onesTo be self reltant and not Uk v much advice but rather depend on yourselfTo thatIitUeoen iaoanfIOdoaUtite rood you MB IB the aboutiiI ii x THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Enbalur TELEPHONE 365 All sightCuriagea 1225 W MARKET ST BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- feleotropa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HAVE OUR WAGON CALL AND DELIVER TOUR WORK TIERNEYT Cleaslnf aad Pressing ef Ladles iad Qeals QarsMRts AH Week Qnuultei 47r1831iWast To ti0k to your Own opinion ifyeti k T4 one alloidng ctbarf of onnt hetlaxlke ltb rty to etlok ton tJIetrI n APTEU DINNER STORY It was at a Knights of Columbus dinner In tho clubrooms of the Chi cago Athletic Association The toast master had modestly referred to his council as tho greatest in the entire organization a remark to which the State Deputy who belongs to another council promptly took exception The Rev F X McCabe Presldbnt of Do Paul University was the next speakerFellow Knights ho said pacifically it occurs to me that we are in the predicament of a certain gentlemen who survived the Johns town flood only to die shortly thereafter In due course he arrived In heaven and with his escape from the flood still fresh In his mind started to Impress its magnitude on his new fellow residents All except one Us tened with Interest The exception after surveying the speaker disgust edly strolled away This conduct he repeated several times as often In fact as the new arrival told his story Finally the survivor com plained to St Peter Oh said St Peter dont mind him Hes Noah And ended tho university Presi dent that describes our councils They are all Noabs- PRACTICAL HOUSEWIFE You look at the housewife who has a place for her things and these things in their places and you find a woman who is systematic In her work and when she needs anything she can put her hands on it In a mo ment She plane and calculates whenever there is to be extra work extra cooking extra washing etc and she knows before hand Just what there Is to do and what she wants to do It with And this same woman so exact In her doings gets more time to rest and read and In struct her children In the paths of right and the social duties they owe to all Ladles we hope you are of this class receiving the blessings of your husband and the praise of all who know you LOOK FOR GOOD Let us rise as the sun rose and help to make the world glad If we could but cultivate the habit of a cheerful welemilto each new day Purposet4all the TJlorof our renewed toDliouroyn farbetterc t i FRANK fEUR BREWING CO+ INCORPORATED I Brewers and Bottlers iLOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKEQMANB- REWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KT JOHN E PRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wut 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCC1 INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KV Cumb Phdne West 191 Home Phone 1913 oJ 7 7THE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATEDR I Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flavor QRUBER DEUSBR Managers Louisville Ky OL- DPORTUNA 1- r BOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CU INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTSIMPORTERS L M M- Practical MULDOON Horse Shoer Handmade Shoes of all kinds Trotting horses a specialty All work promptly attended to and guar anteed Horses Called Per asd Delivered 404 EAST MAIN STREET HOME PHONE 5579 C THOMPSON FLORIST srONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telepbe s 1080 All orders ruche jjcirptattenUo and satisfaction guaranteed Gilds fis Rogers kt BOOK Go PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the cit- yhis Mac kIIsiWwl Pv MV MMtiwr W or MVJMIT pmrm IT THOU 43 Wet Jeff rwa ShMt-p I L- j DIve year boys as educatlos that will prepare them let life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LoMliYlileK Conducted by the Xaverian rotten C 0k Scientific and BnticcM Counea Prepared I Ee oftOrmnHENRY AAIJJ1 POLS DYER AND EARr Ldluu GIJtts 1 WsarI11 Aartl WORK 8UARANTKB Pk26J 521 Fifth Strt t HENRY HUNOLD 4DA- LuR22r Staplliidl Fancy Srtc A FIMTCUII SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Viskles a Specialty Pte 4WIW n I IcENTUQKYIRIJS P1MFiRYCAlt1 p r 1 SwissI CLFANFRS AND llYApparelHaving Cleaned 617 Your Here S Fourth Wearing Ave THE BIG STORE3 rFIRST SHOWING O- FSpringAdvance StylesT- he richest display of Spring Clothes for Men and Boys ever shown Suits for Men and Young Men 5 to 254r THE BIG STOREMIL- TON MARBLESTONE 4 CO I4UI THE BEST THE LATEST FOR THE LEAST We are showing this season in Ladies Duchess Boots the snappiest styles in all the finest Leathers and Cloths in Button o- At r Lace HighI and Low Tops the same popular prices that appeal to all Special attentio given to fitting children New Home for the Celebrated EMERSON Shoes for Men For Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET STREET JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS ON9 fONtwi1 N NNate NNO iN1 Nie NNete + FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTtIERSBREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South- 41NNNeNKPN i41i0NlNNNNNON NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I I I 1 BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY ON AND After March 1 1912 i CARS WILL STOP ONLY ON Near Side of Street Intersections TO LET PASSENGERS ON AND OFF LOUISVILLE RAILWAY COMPANY rnIT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get tlje BEST in the itart and ttt satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUIACTUttKD BY j KENTUCKY1 WALL PLASTER COIncorporated n PluterPlaatLI PORTLAND LAUNDRY JO OASPJSRSBN PROP I D CUFFS COLLARS andc Per Dozen Lu E MI Y VASHI G- c Plyte W78N iiPke 730 l 92611 PORTLAND AvmNTJDH o ac HIBERNIANS What they Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes A fine division was recently or ganized at Arlington 111 The national convention will convene at Chicago on the third Tuesday of July t The State degree team will Initiate fifty candidates on March 24 at Benton Wis The Ladles Auxiliary of Bern N H has organized a sewing circle and will hold a sale this spring During the few days preceding Lent nearly every division and aux Illary in Minnesota had an entertain ment County President Sheppard Presi dent Conroy and Judge Shine are keeping the Covington division in the front rank On March 24 the reorganized Ladles Auxiliary of Benton Wis will initiate a class of twontyflvo candidates The Hibernians of Portland Ore will honor Irelands martyred patriot Robert Emmet with a great memorial celebration Connecticut will show largo gains in membership Tho 26 per cent increase asked for by National Presl dent Regan will be exceeded Division 1 will meet Tuesday night and as there will be business transacted Presiden- Cusick wants all members present Little old Now England is still the stronghold of Hihernlanism Every one of the six States in that section of the country reports big increases Waltham ono of the smallest cities in New England has an organization of 900 members in the divisions and about 600 members of the aux llarles More than 4BOO was realized from the Catholic societies bazar a BInghamton In addition a donatio- of 1000 was received from the HiberniansPresident Hourigan and the offi cers of Division 3 would like a large attendance at the meeting of Division 3 Monday night to welcome the new members National President iRegans recent visit aroused the members of tho order at Stillwater iMlnn where they propose to do greater things than in the past Division 2 meets Wednesday night when President Ford will have t spine announcements and appoint meats that will Interest tho mem t bers Ho requests that all attend LadlesaWednesday night at Falls City Hall Business of I Importance will be transacted and plans for the spring programme din I cussed The Boston Highlands Hibernian Building Association will break ground for the new building on Dud ley street St Patricks day It is hoped to have the building ready for occupancy next fall Besides their assessment for the SocietytheSeminaryfundllbona Memorial building II BACK ON DUTY Officer James Twohlg of tho Sec JamesHersbeyreported off ill last week have re covered and are again making their posts Patrolman William Boyle of the Sixth who underwent a surgical operation at tho City Hospital is re ported doing well though it may be two weeks before he can resume his place I WALNUT THEATER Silver Threads which will be seen next week at the Walnut Thea ter is predicted by press and public to become as popular as The Old Homestead and Way Down East as it contains the atmosphere and character at the same time being in no way similar to them The more serious situations arc relieved by a strong vein of bright comedy intro duced in A natural manner Richard Jose as too singing blacksmith Is seen in a part created especially for his peculiar type and nature which he portrays In a most Natural man singhisring the thread of tho story AVENUE THEATER For next week he Avenue Theater announces The Cowboy and the Squaw a Western melodrama that audiencer1vetedfrom on the first act to the closing of the story This play is from the pen of hismany 1 Inees are scheduled for the engage ment MOTION PICTURES Next week the Casino Orpheum j and Columbia moving picture houses will present programmes certain to please their thousands of patrons At covertag teresting and instructive Interspersed with some really mirth pro voking comedy Controlled by the thesehousesnewpicturej ANOTHER DIOCaBK waatihgtnbJ = l Vatlpltithat II Taxai Broly uMrl11i M eity and the arisdbtioa embraeeRd THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIA1- 0c Cig- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokes T W TARPY CO MAKKKS SEVENTH ST NEAR PITTSBURGCOAL 375P- ER S TON TELEPH- ONEDoubertyLauoioR f COAL COMPANY 14CORPORAT80t FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA LADIES HATS Bring your old Straw Hats to us and have them cleaned dyed and reshaped The only house la the city that carries a complete line of sample hats Twentyfive new shapes to select from nStraw Works BANNISTER CO 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O iiD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Firstt and Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cusick Vice President Charles J Finne ganRecording Secretary Anthony J yFinancial = JoBepa Far rell Financial Secretary Jos E Far roll 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SprgoantatArms Louis Rolle- rSentinelHenry McDermott DIVISION 2 Beets first and third Wednesdaysi Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and War nut streets- PresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel Jf OKeefe Financial SecretaryJohn Jr Keaney 1607 DumesnlL SergeantatArmsJ CharlesI ObstSentinelEdward Brtnaa DIVISION S Meets First and Third Mondaysl Ilneteenlh and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President J M Maloaey Recording Secretary Thoa Stev ensFinancial SecretaryJohnG Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SorgeantnatArms Jamea Stevens SeattnelJThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennesay Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Bar ry Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 807 West Oak- TreaaurerHarry J Brady SergeantatArma John Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFBR80NVILLB Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Halt County President Lawrence FordPresldentJohn G Cole Vice PresldentJ E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc GrodtFJunclalSecretal1JohD Hogan Treasurer Bi A Cel- lSergeantatArmsMichael Gar rlt1SenUnelThomas Glesoa Marshal Miehafll Noon Y M Y MAOKIN COUNCIL 20C- MMts Meaday Eyealngs at Club- House 344 North TweBtysiith- Preaideat Frask G Adaais First Vise PseelianiA C sink Secbad Vibe PrendeatWIBlam Itiha Flaaaclal eepetery+ Wm Link Recording Secretary Robert Os borneaCorreaporidlag Secretary George r XMvts Jdi t BerkeMarahalJolrt 1 Inside SealinelIetexAadrloL- Outside SentinelJoseph Hlgglas f I rUt H the territory 1WhtJArWt sad Ofrpus Qhrlftl e l r the new dtowneIs 7 tobeaa r u u 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of Events Culled LFrom Exchanges In Bagnalctown the names of the streets arc in Irish and English A company has been established at Claromorrls for the purpose 01 lighting tho town by electricity At a recent meeting of the Doyle Town Commissioners Jasper Tully was unanimously reelected Chair manBy twentyseven to lye votes the cooptedTtoral division Tho death took place recently In Dublin of Col JP Nolan who rop resented Galway in Parliament from 1872 to 1906 The extra police force in Roscom mon has been considerably reduced and the barrack at Rockfleld has been abandoned Portion of tho Batt estate near Rostrevor comprising four town lands and part of three others is to be sold to the tenants At the Boyle Quarter Sessions Judge Wakely was presented with white gloves in token of the crime- lessness of tho district Dr Ignatius P Kelly was ap pointed Medical Officer o Klltegan Dispensary district at the meeting of the Baltlnglass Guardians Dundalk mourns the death of Mrs Mary Ann Finn vidow of the late Owen Finn and James McDon aid tho well known engineer Onethird of the personnel of the Now Ross Urban Council bear the surname of Murphy and that also U the name of the oldest members The Longford Board of Guardians unanimously appointed Miss Cot reavy of Gortlottera parish Mohlll1 as schoolmistress of the Workhouse schoolRecently the licensed premises of Patrick Rourke at Clonard County Meath were completely destroyed by fire The damage amounted to aboul 2000 At a public meeting in Ballymena a resolution was passed favoring preliminary steps for the construc tlon of a light railway from Port glenono to Glenarm or Camlough Two young men named Miller and Sullivan have been at a special court held in Ennis committed to the Clare Assizes on bail on a charge of posting threatening notices in the Corofin district By ton votes in two the Water ford Board of Guardians have re jected a motion by P Flynn that the aged and Infirm inmates of the Workhouse be supplied with a weekly allowance of tobacco The death took place recently of r Patrick bf OWailloy athis residence at Maam The deceased belonged to one of the best known and most re spected families in Connemaia In him the Gaelic League has lost an ardent supporter Archblshopowing clerical changes ReV Father Joyce Menlough to be professor at St Jarlaths College Rev Father Mangan who has been on the mis sion in Glasgow to Menlough goodheatClerk at a recent meeting of the Athy Guardians to coal supplied by the Irish Mining Company at Wolf hill It was stated that a light rail way is about to be built from the mines to connect with tho railway at Athy The heavy and almost continual rains which have been experienced for the past couple of months has resulted in the overflowing of the Suir and other rivers causing much Farmersliving rivershavepelted to remove their cattle off the fields DINNER FOR IIANLON Patrick JjHanlon who recently was elected a Vice President of the American Tobacco Company was the guest of honor Saturday owning at hisfrlSoolbachpresentworeL Manson J S Eddy Charles Hub bard J L Rousseau R F Vb4t A H McAtee E H Morgan J Wheolo Campbell M O Curd James Dugan SamBlandPriceJkFehrandHOPKINS THEATER l WeeklTheater which is now the leading popular priced play house of the city Tho programmes will consist wIththenights retained and in addition the ateaturemoving pictures will be shown SIIUBERT MASONIC Direct from a run o over 200 nights In Chicago comes Low Fields mammoth Hanky Panky company for four performances the Masonic Thursdaynightand Edgar Smith have put genius nd Creative ability covering the era of the days of Cleopatra and her reign pf Egypt and the Nile DIVORCE IN iRELAND holaI yqrce in Ireland 1al Vai rare 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