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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I I A2ide r SUITSMADETO ASf- 5 I SEElBAth HOTEL BUHJHfcf VOLUME XX IIINO 12 LOUISVILLE SATUMARCH 23 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS PEREMPTORY Instruction Given ForDotem I ants In OSullivan Libel Cane Judge Evans Quotes Contra- rydtcto OpkJlon in Simi lar Cases Article Published In Answc to flitter Attack oi OSul liven In Herald BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF THE TRIAl Judge Walter Evans of th United states Court gavedr emptory instructions for fondants William M Higgins an John J Barry publishers of the Kentucky Irish American last Frlf t day afternoon In the alleged lib case Instituted by Dan E OSulIlvai and tried here on an Indlcimen found at Bowling Green OSulli h vans former home after d Juries at other places had failed Indict Judge Evans held that thE p court was confronted by two con tradlctory opinions by other Dish Judges In similar cases and therefo charged the Jury to bring In aver diet of not guilty The case w called at 10 oclock Friday after several postponements and terminated at 230 In the afternoon with a dinner recess Intervening T jury was composed as follows J Jefferson W T Kerrlck J P Depp J 0 Athorton M C Baker J Harris H R Sanders R G Gowdy C S Ferree J L Smith A Wunder Itch and T J Gorln On the jury originally chosen were Robert L Watson Vic Lorch and R L Calla ban who were waived off through challenges of District Attorney Du Relic and E L Marks and J Gar Kirwan excused by Judge Evans thet last named juror KIrwan stating that he could not bo fair to the de fendantsThe which was published IIn the Kentucky Irish American of April 10 In answer to a card of OSulllvana In the Louisville Herald attacking the Whallen brothers tbo members of the local Democratic Com mittee and officeholders In tthe City IlEll apd Curt flew wespotiiea- ment d ending with the Paragrnp charging OSulllvan with Ingratitude and ending as follows Just as char fly is the greatest of all virtues ao Is ingratitude the worst of vices GIve- n dog a bone and ho will be your friend Not so with Dan 4 I KentuckI to Introduce the Herald article wfhlch r was the incentive of their article and considered by to be equally as blibelousewer one sentence stating that the members of the Democratic City and County Committee smelled to high heaven with the fumes of cheap whIs- key and stale boor and another ro ferrlric to the city and county office bolders as Wjhallens creatures and one word from the Whallons and their stupid heads would fall In theT waste basket Former District At torney Judge William Smith repre seated Messrs HIggIns and Barry while District Attorney DuRelle rep resented the Government All of the spectators In the court room were friends of the defendants FLAMES e Threatened St Trances of Rome Church in Clifton Shortly before noon Tuesday chi1 dren playing In the school yard of cmItonr tar of the edifice and at once alarms were Bounded The fire department responded quickly an saved the church from destru ctt but before the flames could be onII tinguished the sacristy and Us atllthefurnishings were destroyed The fIn- terior I of the church was considerabl- damaged J by smoke end water It believed the fire was caused b1sII crossed electric wires and the dam age done will amount to abet 1000 Last year Father Thomas White and his people made Improvements I and were preparing to wt out the debt and have the churc- consecrated when the parish celebrates its silver jubilee tots fall Thisl congregaItlonFather White and the church wf i theIebedr SURPRISED NAVY CHAPLAIN I Just before the United States ha tleship Utah wiled from Boston Chaplain Rainey got one of the sur prise of his life He received a au I den call and hastened to answer t summons He found himself con fronted by a committee of the of cern and men ot the ship who brit pIt sae I esprtheir l j a and their rfMt pleasure to be ab gloof J Presented their aplrkaal a a4ilfr s I omp1etetiOf altar equippaef 1 t CJ I r 1 I al C is I H CA chalice candlesticks crucifix sits cards cruets etc all of sterling si ver The committee would not 81 cept anything but solid silver for tb altar on their ship and was oblige to send to Now York for several 1llthe pieces Capt Benson in con mand of this battleship Is a Catholl GREAT Il NOR for Thomas Mulry Prom nent Irish Catholic- Philanthropist Thomas Miurlce Mulry Preside of the Immigration Savings Bank of r Now York and prominent as a phil anthroplst will be awarded th liactaro iModal for 1912 according to an announcement made Saturday a the University of Notre Dame Al though his selection for the signal L honor the highest conferred 01 Roman Catholic laymen in America had been formally announced theat date for its presentation has n I1lull1athe university faculty primarily wai theaI re d lief of suffering humanity As t tangible recognition of his benevolences Pope iPlus X conferred t bfofr Mulry in 1908 As a leading me ber of New Yorks charitable associations he has exerted every effort to alleviate the misery of the FebruartoY 13 1855 and is the father of thirteen children He was President of the National Conference of Charities a1rea member of the State Board of Char- Ities of Now York For many years Ssnte Paul Society Not long ago bi ahed t OODViWn at Cathedral on Fifth ySbe rejoiced to see him thus honored COLUMBIANS Preparing For State Con rYventton at Frankfort in Mayr The State convention of the Knights of Columbus of Kentucky will convene in a three days session at Frankfort early In May and Grand Knight LillIs has already appointed a committee to make all ar rangomeatefor the ertertatd nJ hThosew r lKVQattendedVthese an nual meetings in the past may tea assured that a pleasant stay in the Capital City awaits them and thatI nothing In any way conducive to their pleasure and entertainment will be left undone by the members of Frankfort Council Unusual Interest seems to have been aroused of late and it is be flawed that a class much larger than the one put through a year ago roil e secured iby April 15 when It hoped the class will number at least forty Frankfort Council was in stituted about two years ago and this will make the third class in ItshUllt1lnggood indication that Frankfort fIs one of the live wire councils of the State ENTHUSED WereMembers of Division 1 A O H Tuesday- Night Members of Division 1 A O H praceedfngofs several applications were referre and the two sons of President Mar tin Cuslck were elected to member ship Among those preosnt whom all were glad to see wore State Senator Mark Ryan and David OConnell whose remarks met with hearty ap proval President Cusick 1nnoun that William M HIggins Daniel Af Thomsd i In the Catholic Federation Thomas Keenan David OConnell and told what this body was doing an I made a telling plea for its supper and the coming National Catholic DulaYn tothoseticks day entertainment and wit I evetr J I tions Sunday morning at St Pat I ricks church Treasurer Lwl I PatrickMeehan J future of the order which now looks I sent I preytoand havItd n LITTLE DOING j J I StherRI I nightp I fl This was due largelyjUnfte te I 8Patrickt I I anireoff the children conil tla St Pat 1 ticks church Only tnncryroutine business wavatted but nstructlons gatb hateryforr the picture ei erUln mnU to b d given soon wader 5 libcraUit eoetel 9IUtatiMOfUl i tPa 1 r SUNSHINE 0 d r Beamed on fleas and Daught ot Erin Last Sunday Hibernians Exhibit True Fait at CLure1tof Patron Saint t 1 Friendly Sons Coninieniorat o Anniversary at tho Oalt HouseLt IIENFERTAINMENTWASENJOYABLf I Favored by bright sunshine an the balmy air of spring tho Irish res Idents of Louisville awoke last 9u day morning to do fitting honor tc aftere 6 oclock men began making their waj Palmticks church where the Ancient Order of Hibernians began their cele ilrtit receivIng holy communion For t Hibernians the middle aisle had reserved and most edifying was t I sight when they arose and in sell l phalanx aproachod the altar rallin The sanctuary and altars with the Il myriad lights and beautiul flat ntsoon to be ifbrgotton Rev James alero County Chaplain of the Ancient Order was the celebrant of the mass and preached the sermon The hap- pIness Father Cronin felt was In his face as he looked down av nor the vast throng that was there to do honor to their religion and Irelands great apostle His sermon of Wet come and advice were appreciated ball his words of tribute to tho Hibernians being such as to make them feel proud they were there onlhavewdemonstratedgiven In the evening at the Shubert Masonic Theater Here the Hlbor nlons had en excellent programme of vocal and Instrumental numbers and yThomasAlbb1p bolnLK 0 e Jiy- IthORr retn Irish airs by Miss Chester that put everyone f followWaHe thiverVoicethati respondmssesdx won the asdIdAlborIIlebemaaorIrlsl1otheGladysReIgel andOraStPatrlcltthechurchesI conFineionpealedforthotherrlshPatrIckhad theGattTrialwitentertainedaPresidentHtoastmasterI f otheBov McDermott reviewing the career of Matnt mewortd part of the programme of toasts Moore and Irish Meloldes was thesubject assigned to Thomas Walshand I respondedthe toI IrishmenA j ontod J Irisah bitss Airns MISRose anstepeedt whettableII FLAXAGAK FOR AMERIOAJ J John greathInrrolandI America finthe Olympic games in Stockha1 Sweden next June yearrtakkleeftone resent Olympic champion in thttag the sixteenpound hammer I RELEASED FROM SUFFERING 81xtYonerears hatmanmorespectedst Tuesdat 1 lUnes8conracted borta I brothsdr countrry age Hlbachnarrled ld81Ilswtfen t bnsJuipJ Slaehf Jatl xastwel i i d 0 I I litter Jerome et tfte jprwlliie C i r Cl r Front of CovIugtoBi t I1BO sur rived by two brat Leufa an feyeelibachasLiverpool Englan t w esesge In I fforming her of th illness- her of I father rose ae l faast Sun day and she Is exjXjL here th- irstf of next weeks fieifiineral tooplace yesterday n6Bi act from JSt remainbeing8e arrival of his dau II y yw BOOM a bitHibernian La e AuxlH FronttoRenC 1 1I1bernlanfiThe Auxlliarq of this these days with 1I1bernlanI tAt a largelY sday nighLEpresided 4 Eery Cor- coran four new mcfcters were ob ligated eight candid ra were eteqted receivedd bring jrjitimber up to Baa forf the degree team hdjiuxlllary has purchased a piano whieti will lendr much to the cntertaiaiBcnt at meet ings All were slatt ever the ex cellent turnout mad Sunday morn l MutmrySVednoan roilhe1 prod colIatInicofe tiPt prep aUnl r part In the coming convention fin which Louisville Wllprominont ELECTI N- rJ Mackin counc WIIi else Marshal r t Ibm l Il nberolitQwlnguijnjlon at Stofrifia marked falling off ie attcxtfaftce at th meeting of kin Council lest1 Mon day night a thoti8fgte no impor Prealdent threoal1dltlonalfnJUatalntotakoclass will bo Yec t f b member ehlP ytiftUng tINtr rfKeirii bad recovart d front iii i serious illness Next Monday night thnInwithbyDryearDrt orators and his talks are always in teresting and Instructive The Open Committee reported that splendid work was being done and the di rector confident of success COVJKGTON inWatchanLSurprise For Popular Physicianm One of the pleasant occasions not to be forgotten was the banquet and watch presentation on the part of the Orphanagefivehouse physician Dr JA Avordlck Pwho had served them faithful and gratis for the past twentyfive years thte orphanage the Trustees and wives Dr JA Averdlck and wife and Rev guestsdhlgguard was cOm- pletely out of the saddle and with streamIng eyes Ja response to thefesucccssful surprise said There areI moments when one wants to be alone ad this to me 1s one of them myheartfeltY anythingdonemotherless children Is greater than thousands of salary lam happy to annddaypray keep me an I strength to watch darting o PtorLAID TO REST r Solemn funeral earvlces over th Droderlcm Staf waes i of the moat devout and highly esteemed members lira JJroderlck thtreWest End and all her neighbor andI icqualntance were her friends Sur riving her are seven children Airs lartln Sheehan Mrs Della JJannon MIsses Katie and Nellie Broderlck e1stick and John James and Frank Bred f urnlngrrl9nd thelastf PRETTY miWJ COXTBST The IriehCornpee Soekl Union of reoepkm e toesr the nhlrtefoDowa tlNt IIileraJdalMl+ NfsMl t QC a t dh dr PRESIDENT LargoseParades Ever Seen in lot JI Was In Honor of IrelsndsPat ron Saint and Evacua tion nay Speaks Word ot High Pralno to Charitable Irish Society tt WORE HIS SHAMROCK PROUDLY President Taft ended his part in celebration of Evacuation day and St Patricks day with an address to the Charitable Irish Society and a look In on the din ners of the Dank Officers Associa flan the Boston Paper Trade Asso- cIation and the Yale Club of Dosto- onday night In many ways It wa busiest and most demonstrative day the President has spent since entered tho White House of his party wore unanimous in de ach ceeded in cordiality that which Boston gave him Monday From th- me his train arrived in the morning until he retired at night Bostonlans apparently vied with each other t express their friendly feeling The Presidents reception by the General1 Court of Massachusetts was one of the most remarkable In point oten thusiasm that most of chose present over witnessed When he entered the hall escorted by a special com mittee of legislators the President was cheered to the echo President and for more than two hours listened to the cheering of thousands ornagsreoone of the largest parades star arranged In honor of Irelands dayDuring thertlssachusettsoa Presidential primaries pointing j n chrefiiatiatfottat I thlSaddrolls Socettthoe adaptability in becom g Americans and added a word the evident raceInInstitutions PresIdent toawallknownan archy have found amongIrIshmen theInstltutJY believe andOurbelieve tho preservation of the checks constitutionalstructurewe proposals to change the funda thelndopondenco mlnIlIllze andpower of constituted authority They elcome enterrlslnJ i prosperity 3 diatribesagainst I ThoItruggleopportunitymdlibertyrderedrellchnggovernment rhoy are not newloclatytopsyn r the and order They are partaking otf fortunethehappiness thatpossible under our American Gov irnment they are gratefulor itthey value It they proYshamiock wIth t andworeI hiscont t Speaker H 1Jrlnclpali MonnIght of the HibernIan Society r ti Baltimore in Satricksthisho I i Iru fopfatalfiance11IrousI 0 Henryk 1Irstranee and a I sOcletytlsospeakers i WINDOWS ADMIRED Zhvo giftsItGravesIUdplaced Jn poshlion 111 the TiewedylthCIregatanIllIgni19uresnotlceablfrome a hIYj1 FEDERATION r- a ji The regular meeting of the Fedii takrviVoman vi noenMstLantfeleAMe tJilmw w ri i mar and which may bring lothlcity the three American Cardinal has begun in earnest and some In tercstlng reports will be looked fOIr On of tho great features of tho convention will bo the evening pat ode which has been placed In charg8 of a committee headed by Col Job H Whallen All who have bee named as delegates are expected t4 attend this meeting which wUl be presided over by Dr Peter S Gam President of the local federation FRANKFORT Pitting Celebration of thc Feast of Saint Patrick The feast of St Patrick was fit tingly celebrated in Frankfort by thE Knights of Columbus at their hall in the Capital Trust building with atopen meeting and invitations tc the public The hall was filled and the splendid panegyric by tho Rev Father Frank Scbultlo of LexingtonI was listened to with attention and pleasure In addition there war- other speakers of note whose remarks were highly entertaining ofhonrentortafneddinnernFrank Heenoy who underwent a operation at St Josephs TntirmarY bhi IxMilsvlllc has almost regained abletos MrHeeneywidely known and most progressive business men eEtoPaducahdaytooqMasterMechanIc railroad DEFERKED Church Festivities Outlined For 1912 Will Go Over Rome correspondence of the dali press say the year 1912 la to romnl- a load year as far as Vatican cele brntlons are concerned The recent announcement made by tho officio organ the Osservatoro Romano o plains the change of programme 0 Hiot ground that the Pope o mature consideration prefers to cola l peaceful victory of th p t ate iagairfellgloiisn anOgdarr b to the martial victory of Constan tins at the Ponte btilvlo1n 312 Meanwhile trmadeexhibition of sacred art for which the entire continent will be ran sacked Is to be held at the Museum of St John Lateran Princes and prelates will flock from all parts to andll1emerous than In any year during the present Pontificate DUBLIN The Event of the Year In Gaelic League Circles A letter to this paper from the Mroacbtas Committee tells that the lost notable event of the present year In Gaelic League circles in Ire and will undoubtedly be the Jlroachtos and Sugradh Gacdheal to held in Dublin next July The League has been characterized ivory year since Its inception by an advance of some lino of improve nent Progress has always been the ratchward The Olreachtas grew so apidly from an unpretentious one lay event to an Immense festival for which a whole week does not suffice Bo many novel features were added and with such rapidity that the thOireachtaso I sllightly out of hand A large com throughouthetails Involved with enthusiasm and practical unanimity and the resllltII f their labors are now becoming apl- arent Dramas are now going into ohearsal artistes are being en- agod for concerts and the best halls n the city are being secured some r a monster display of Irelands manufactures others tQ re calve branch delegates and friends E n tho occasion of the delightful I onversaztone and reception In a r rord the committee claims to have t tarted the Olreachtaa on a career t which should eclipse any previous f record and set up a new standard I AOKD RESIDENT DIES Mrs Rosa A McBarron widow of t Andrew McBarron and a pioneer C member of Holy Trinity parish eu to Infirmities on Friday of ist week at her home 1007 Eae arkct street Now Albany ieayjn wide circle of friends who mourn er death She was seventyIv t years of age and was a native of Ir land but had resided n New Alban r fiftysix years Her husband wa I member of the New Albany force for many years Five tree sons and two daughters sur t Ivfl her They are John J McBar n of Cleveland Andrew and Cor Bllus iQ McBarron of New Albany 1ttatherineIse At1 tmy The funeral was held at Holy a rinity shared Monday iHoruing an i burHil in Holy Trinity aI largelr p a D ltedede u i ic I deI r OVERCOATS UNION MADE 151SEUBACH HOTEL e POLITICS n No Chance For the Roosevelt n Forces in Republican Primary Gov McCrcary Overlooks One Phase of AntiTipping 13111uludiauapoliH Authorities Halt ExCapt Foster in Slug gin + Career I MANY CANDIDATES FOR PRIMARY nAs was predicted in these columnsusome time ago the contest hero be tween the Taft and Roosevelt forces promises to be a cakewalk for the President who has lined up all the smart Republican politicians in this section from Senator Bradley down forcesY y and letter writing politicians who are depending on the name and pop ularity of the exiPresIdont to shove them in the limelight As an ex ample of their unfamiliarity with atthe state of affairs Emanuel Oleyer who haa always been the Republican leader In the Tenth ward and an outandout Taft man received a letter from the Roosevelt ibureau re- uesting his help In organizing that district for the Rough Rider An other shrewd politician In this district who is ably assisting the Taft organization is John W Case dy powerIntics There are many here who believe VOtolngtheAkin c explanation ho only presented one side of tho case when he stated that p port personnrewarding a faithful walter or polite attendant The Governor does not question nxannroomsnattendant dooj publlcllnt r rlookmbttit t quantities on a single order to obtain tips At the least the Governor should have given this measure a- yout Under the Grinstead administra flan the Kentucky Irish American was the olny paper In Louisville to Captain contended that he was a dangerous man in the community his former r bad record being shown from time thatheInoffensive citizens in the socalled discharge of his duty This past week ho was found guilty of assault and battery with Intent to kill Frank M Ryan International Presi dent of the Bridge and Iron Workers In Indianapolis and Justice of the Ponce Kelly said I will not assess a fine because the law does not authorize me to floe you as much as I desire This proves that Indian asLoulsvIlte f paper does not carry at the head of ot Its notherwisecertaInlytold rumorsthere forthetreeforallare several important nominations to lngoCongressman BalUnofSen ofEducation d TRINITY COUNCIL Places rather George M Connor on Honor ary Roll wenatlepdW tePhiladi a committeestadhose on opera and membership The rablolfterpreceding Friday and the opera in grand shape SveraHapJllcatJonwerjft Fattiier ofcplacedf la ttChaplaingJurlsdlclfonIected ra memberehlpaddeofblllIcquIsltlon theqcommunloueatoclocklteofl11olrhaplalnthata church be filled by T M Ji RASTER MOI0AY KUOHRK A eiKfcre far the b toi Sectrd dndaYfternoonl MJdenJhn streetywarded the whuwm I J I JiEQNrUOK St t5C2ISH AMERJO r N If KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN rtirettd to the Social sad Word AdTanceweraent ot Irish Americans and CaAellc Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hlbernfans Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America g KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 51 BnUrtd at the taultvllU Poitottlc if SecondClue flitter AQdress llCommunlealloBi to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weal Oreea SI LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 23 191 2 PERSONAL The peremptory Instructions given for the defendants by Judge Walter Evans In the Federal Court In the libel case Instituted by Dan OSulll van against tho publishers of thisl paper wo hope Is tho ending of this case and In which we contend we were always In the right In usln ourcolumns to defend our friends We also believe tho conclusion of this case marks the passing of Da OSulllvan In local politics and espe dally In the Democratic ranks an will not further weary our reader with his mention In these columns unless called upon to defend ou friends and principles from his at tacks In closing wo wish to express our appreciation for tho many goo wishes extended us and the kin offers of assistance legal and other wise AS TO ST PATRICK The Louisville Times Jn Its Issue t of March 16 had an editorial entitled St Patrick In which it said il partIt may be that St Patrick neve existed Into that tangled controversy we decline to enter hut that ho dominates Irish tradition an sionanniversary There Is no controversy among oscholarsotherwise about the existence of St Patrick Only Ignorant Orangeme- meand so few others of the same Ilk th1n0 existence of St Patrick His name is In the Roman calendar and the Catholic church is an organization If nothing else not given to placing names on Its calendar that neve existed Ho existed If St Peter and St Paul existed Indeed the proo tfcat he existed Is attested by his writings If not by his great works Why is it that editors persist In m1M sill once of then reaftersY many of whom are of Irish birth or descent toy writing ed- Itorials like the one which appeared In the Times on Saturday If the article had been written by a cub reporter It might have been excusa ble We would like to know where the editor got his information abou there being any controversy about sF the existence of St Patrick If he can quote any historian or reputable authority on this subject we would like to see It In print d The Irish ore getting very tired of St Patricks day editorials Which laud tho saint but start off with the declaration It may be that St Patrick never existed IRISHMEN ARE CHEERED From the most reliable sources of Information In London comes news that Immediately after tho Easter vacation will begin the serious fight over home rule The postponement of the Introudctlon of the bill to this date Is accepted by every rational Irishman os Inevitable for the In troduction of an Irish measure i during the existence of such a national tragedy in England as the x4coal strike would have made the bill at once ridiculous and detested Preparations for the bill are proceed- Ing quietly even during this tremen dour crisis The Cabinet committee meets frequently and everything but the last touches have been given to k the bill The Tory papers continue to publish reports of disagreements between the Liberal and Irish leaders but thero Is not one word of truth In these rumors From the first of the negotiations the Minis ters accepted the principle that there was no use of presenting the Irish leaders with any bill that did not give a full measure of home rule and no Minister Is moro emphatic or loyal In this principle than Asquith Aqulths promise fo take personal charge of the bill and place at Its t disposal his unrivaled parliamentary gifts has enormously cheered the Irishmen I THE KEYNOTE Is ila published card this past meek Mr Horace McCracklln gave some valuable suggestions to the c botsl keepers who are opposing the ntitppngt bill and one feature which he claims would solve this abuse is that of allowing the waiters a commission oa the business done by tbemY There IB no reason In the KorM tor a continuation of thls Lilts bUckfflilllatT by hotel I plo7eL U c notber terrfbl Ml Mte dfawaU WedaeWey at la0urtalara rI4- IJ Okla when 105 men lost their lives The cause of the explosion Is sal to have been the accumulation of gas or coal dust which with th right care might have been avoided II Laws protecting the miners from these common dangers should b enacted In every State where coal I produced- g Congratulations to the Southern Guardian of Little Rock which this n week entered upon its second pea Tho Guardian has been ably edited and ranks with the older Catholic weekly newspapers Manager SpaldI ing has made the paper a welcom- r visitor everywhere May its success tt continue and Increase d Though many needed Improved ments can not now be made through lack of funds our local Scha Board will defray the expenses Superintendent Hollands Jaupt to Sttt Louis With the thermometer below ze- e In Montana and men overcome by thl a heat In Atlanta little fault can bl found with the weather conditions r prevailing in Kentucky adt g certainly a queer lot This week one indicted the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company for maintaining a r station in that town han8 yet to arrivethe organ grinder and his monkey PARTY FOR NIECE Mr and Mrs J E Tlmmons oft 405 East Market street gave a thenrr niece Miss Cary Briedy of New Or aI thf1 Maggie Glover Cleena Happer Edna Dabnoy Mary Lee Henderso Ruth Lorsch Mary Nicholas rk Gladys Appel May Low Ceci laajI bllhor Messrs ill1 1 3 ToeNlbberlch1 ullie Brown Chester Lorsch William Uebelhor James Henderson Messrs and Mes dames John J Barry J E Timmons Gus L Helcken Nick Potts Will Ap pell George Nix Charles Dabnpy Fisher Guthrie Arthur Henson i Kinnnrnoy James Potts A Happer antMesdames Rosa derson and Poton WERE WELCOME HERE Messrs D W Riley and Natha Sillier of Fall River Mass spen part of last week with the Rev Father John Riley at Sholbyvllle Of these visitors the former ii a brother- and the latter a lifelong friend oI Father Riley They wero receive- with true Kentucky hospitality an returned to Yankeedom with a moo friendly feeling and deslro to soo again visit tho Southland KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN Tho Grand Commandery of Ken tucky Knights of St John convention wlll be hold in Newport this year on May 26 and 27 All arrangements have not been completed but it Is hoped to make this an event that has not been witnessed in Campbell county for years The now Armory where the sessions will take place has been blessed by the Rev Father- I M Ahmann MONTHLY MEETING The next meeting of the St John Sick Benevolent Society of St Vin cent do Pauls parish Will be one of much Interest to the members This organization has done great work during tho past winter and merits the support of tho men of German town On the second Thursday of next month the society will give at tention to its summer programme VISITING PARENTS Wallace Galvin son of Dr and paSttwoIn London England arrived tat week to spend a month with ills par wiltbeMrsMyralaterreturning REDECORATING DonifarapidlyandPalmSundayof men have been engaged and the conre irtlitlcallypNOVENA CLOSED StPhilipRodWoodbinecloseTneedayday night the Rev Father Thomas JI1ClJfwndellverdrorelble I lfeforea I I theIftI tT 1 D VVWKK Miss Constance OReilly is spend I Ing ten days In Chicago s Miss Loretto Tighe Is the guest 01 c relatives at Indianapolis Carl A Wallendorff is spending f I the week at French Lick Springs Daniel Flynn and wife of Frank fort were visitors here this week Miss Elizabeth Hlgglns of Stan ford has been a weekend here r= Miss Cella Laven has returnee from her annual spring trip to New d York 0iIss Mary Connelly IMargaretManlonIof e Mrs A J Schulten and cnlldren iswho spent ten days at Martlnsvllle nave returned Mrs Henry Nadorf spent last wee with her sister Mrs Charles Ferret t West Point Frankdfort arrived Saturday at the Seelbach eThomas J Keanoy of Sixth ant Oak streets Is spending several weeks at Las Vegas Will Murphy was last week th guest of his sister Mrs Joh Kohlepp at Franklin oflilies Alice Curtin is home from a ofvisit of several weeks with the Misses OIcKenna at Fairfield Mrs Edward J OBrien has re whereoshe attended the funeral of a relat 0livee Mrs W G ORourke has almost entirely recovered from the operation she underwent at St Josephs Infirmary I Miss Anna Harlan entertained at her home In Meadowbrook on Satur day with a candy pull in honor of St Patrick Miss Mary Wiggins who was the guest of Mr and Mrs R A Higgins I bas returned to her home at South Bend led- Misses Nanno and Katherine Cole man returned Monday from Cincinnati whore they were called by the death of a friend Mrs J P Monahan and Misses M Watterson and Josephine Wilson of Carrollton arrived Saturday to spend St Patricks day in Louisville Miss Bessie Mann who was the guest of Mr and Mrs Owen Mann has returned to her home at Hay urg Miss Ada McDermott has returned to her home at Ellzabethtown alter i two weeks visit to Miss Eileen Neighbors and relatives iMrs Mary Hays of Jeffersonvllle indIndianapolis sister James White is expected to return home today Miss Alice Hayes who is attend notn1olidaystbut will be the guest of Miss Helen Dunbar In New York visitorf Sdl Eighdandthimnthe best St Patricks day of his life Mrs William Bobzien entertained with a St Patricks dinner at her home in Parkland covers being laid for Mesdames Edward Eller Frank Bllger Block Rose Joseph GOES Charles Hoverln William Kirk and Nellie Sowders iMiss Loretto schunlcht who was Elizabeth onWestwelcome news to her many friends and admirers ofPonsacolafirst of the week to visit her mother lrs William Ryan 1609 West ahostentertalDJedby Raymond Barrett of John J Bar onSnotJBarrettRevFather oftheentertamed StPatricks700SouthfollowingWellIngton AgnesFlynn Griffith WellIngtonSlkklngGeorgeJoeConley a HenryBachussenback William Schott and William Bell ENTHRONED The Right Rev Dennis J 6Con nell Coadjutor Bishop of San Fran cloo recently appointed by the Holy Father as the successor of the late Tuesday t Richmond diocese by Cardinal cub bonsand a large gathering of the churchdignttarleoIn the Cathedral at Kichmoad Bishop connell thus reiarB as yearsagohshad J a- U P u l J I KNItaiTS OP COLUMBIA Late News That Will Interes Members Here aid Else where fOne hundred candidates took the fourth degree at Little Rock last SundayStarting with eleven charter members tern yoars ago the council Connorsrllle Ind now numbers ove BiO I Four hundred members attende InlUsrDuluth Minn I Irhe Knights of Auburn NY honored St Patrick last Sunday vith a splendid programme of Irish must and addresses largeldventures College was received Into tho order last week at Olean N Y Editor Desmond of the Milwauk Citizen opened tho series of ad KnighthisI IrishkBishop Carrell Council held a Irish night last evening when addresses were made by Judge M T formdUnder the auspices of Detroit openlntomorrow q will be conducted by Bishop Fallen of London Ont Monday night members of Indian apolis Council and their ladles en0toyed cluhousedinal Farleys New York reception were shown PARISH LADIES EUCHRE The ladles of St Anns Society of I fotbelr wilbt northeast corner of Seventeenth and Main streets on Monday afternoon and evening tho afternoon games t ovenlagand novel prizes shave been secured for the occasion CONFIRMATIONS Tomorrow morning the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo will confirm a class of boys and girls at Holy Trln preparation ntStotheTosephsAsylum1 confirmatione morning CONDITION TTNOHANGED Inthef 1 theBlessed1 11for0Sn111vmihanfopearrpeeaauntiring n pastoral duties when his strength praythatwiththemGAINED IN WEIGHT Relatives here are cheered over news from Rev Francis OConnor torhisIsieellng hloftagorEUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of St Columbas church andlottolarg dining hall on Tuesday after noon and evening April 23 and willji refreshmentsThereprogrammeforj MORE ROOM JosephsOrphan5 a residence for the chaplain thus buildIng ItwillELITE MINSTRELS A minstrel show auspicesnndLndlesatDelmonttheminstrelARCHBISHOPS ANNIVERSARY RevArchbishopSpaldingformer anniversaryof BISHOP COLTON BETTER improvement PinehurstNSouthland rest returncompletely recovered PRESENTED TO CARDINALS sUondaythesummary of the first section of tho whichhasbshops in the world LOSSi I Suit for MO000 damages has been filed In the United States Court at Danville 111 by St Peters thelmertcantee Holding Company of rittsburs SupplyCompanyp CathedralJanuaryI l ordlnsnceIruffJlJutit be furnished for urea re charftdift ta cult 1 e THE ADLER SOUTHERN PIANO IH superiority is recognized by those who Jc w STYLE B at deyslfwdTin sale Is sdMtifically Md musically perfect sweetIeand liquid i 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andI Embalmer Telephone 11- 80ThJ1KY liiiMOLD OXAXAR JH Stapli ail fllayGrlClfIK A FRnCUIIIAMPLEHIIN Old WllrkleaaSpofaltyl- ean M M 4SM 524 Wi WAlMTi H Cr I I Birdscyo View of the Wheeler Santa Fo Oil Field Cnrier County Oklahoma JUDICIOUS INVESTMENTS 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 The inducements offered are within the bounds of reasonand have nothing of the get rich quick about them i The terms under which you can invest are liberal I The management of the company is conservative and has the unqualified endorsement of Louisville business men who have investigated the propositionRead What Some of Them Say About It 4 Louisville Ky January 311 1912 I Petroleum Development Company Ardmore Oklahoma Gentleman We have each received notice of the acceptance by you of our offerto 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 mile of Oil City After thorough investigation we were so well pleased with the fairness of the proposition that we are strongly recommending it to our friends In our judgement you are not offering for sale doubtful stock but solid land in a developmentsYourby men of high standing purchaseVeryJ J JCJJ SJJ McELLJOTT v DR CHAS A EDELEN r I WM CALLAGHAN v X JJJBARRY1 Wisil rihtr 7ti tr t if Messrs Biirmvand Kirkham the representatives of the company ar- locatedat tNo10t RolS more Apartments where they will thoroughly Y explain theentire proposition toyou Either call on them personally or phone them at Home Phone 1426 and they will call on you JAMES T BURNS AND A L KIRKHAM SALES AGENTS FOR THE PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 10 ROSSMORE APARTMENTS LOUISVILLE KY JLEXINOTONCatholic Erect Another Costly Church Lexington will soon have another Catholic church which when com pleted wilt equal any in the Coving ton diocese The new St Peters church which the congregation contemplates building will probably bo erected on tho south side of Barr street near Limestone on the prop erty owned by the late Judge Watts Parker A deal has practically been closed for the residence occupied by Judge Parker and the building ad Joining known as the Parker flats and if the deal goes through tho buildings on these lots will be torn down and the new church erected in their stead When Lexington wasi divided into two Catholic parishes about two years ago one parish em braced the old St Pauls Cathedral a large and commodious building The other parish took St Peters church on North Lexington street for its place of worship which has been found too small for the needs of the congregation The price paid for the Parker property Is said to have been 25000 and the church building and parsonage to be erected by the congregation of St Peters will cost about 100000 BEST IN SOUTH The Queen of Nelson Bowling Club gala demonstrated their claim M being the champion club south of the OWo river and Incidentally one of the best In the country by winning ttew laurels at the national bowling tournament which closes in Chicago today Last year at St Louis the Queens defeated every team in the country outside of Chicago entries and this year even topped their score of that tournament proving that heteams300 and aside from financial gems demonstrates that Louisville as a bowling center te very much on the1 bowling map Uboee wfco rolled at Cblotgo were John Lubjpers A D WI11hReFreuelatenioht JotlGenneyWere alter AP Martin and Fred Hank 9Un el J 3C Kinberser Dar Walk SebmMtandIIeury 0a A a I PETER M AND IOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERSC- arriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET RECENT DEATHS John Sullivan aged sixtyfive years died Tuesday afternoon at his home 931 Dumesnll street follow ing an illness of several months He was a native of Ireland and came to this country when a boy with his parents Ho Is survived by his wife one son and three daughters The funeral tok place Thursday morning from St Louis iBertrands church of which he had been long a faithful member The funeral of Miss Rosa C Mussler took place from St Martins church this morning at 9 oclock with Interment in St Louis comotery The deceased was the daughter of i Mrfrtin MuBsler and is survived by four sisters Misses Martina Anna i I andII mund and Theodore Mussler Her eighteenjj Ing which she suffered with great patience and fortitude FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning the Forty flours prayer wlilbeginat the high rna at Holy Name church with splendor and solemnity continuing until rruee 1Jathel OXJoanor will be twitted by a number of the preachtllesanctuarybeautifully theImpo3ingi erected for tie GMfeoUe of South DotttarlUe n f r tt- r uitl GOOD FRIDAY Only Day In the Year On Which There Is No Mass The only day in the year on which properly speaking there is no mass Is Good Friday Tho ceremony which tikes Its place Is called the mass of the preeanctified that Is to say gifts consecrated before because the celebrant thoro offers to the1 adoration of tho people and consumes hlmgelf tho host consecrated In the mass of Holy Thursday Thd clergy go to bring from the ropos itiry the host reserved in the chalice The altar candles are lighted to roc calve the Blessed Sacrament Thd absence of lights in tho preceding ceremonies recalls to us the dark = ness which accompanied the death of lour God In this mass the church omits that which has direct connection with the mysteries of Calvary and all the prayers In which mention I Is made of the communion of the faithful or that under the species of wine both of which have no place in this day HIBERNIAN SOCIAL CLUB The Hibernian Social Club will present a programme o motion pic tures vaudeville and some of the best amateur talent in tho city at the Norman Theater Twentyfirst and Portland avenue on Wednesday evening April 10 and Monday even Ing April 22 The first perform ance each evening twill be at 630 and the second at 8 oclock SACRED HEART RETREAT oclonktbeSacred Heart Retreat on the New burg road will deliver another Len ten sermon In Stt Agnes chapel on The Passion of Christ These Sunday afternoon sermons have been well attended and are attracting people from all over the city PATRIOTIC IRISHMEN RlleEdltorDtiOBulllvsntheailnualbanqu manyllWlulrfHJottrfDdJ9hnMOueYko r1ckdn rJ i FRANK FEHR BREWING GO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlersar LOUISVILLE ICYrOUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone X- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY a INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery s 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWINOCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use 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loth TELEPHONE 2833 T Afs AAAA1AlAAsli u OLDw FORTUNA4 BOURBON M HE PHIL HOLLENBACHCUxlooMPOtt- ATnSTILLFRWINE j MERCHANTS IMPORTERSa u t I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes I This Is a good year to got bus r and boom tho Ancient Order There are over 1000 members 01 the Ladles Auxiliary In Dublin Ire land Division 1 Is waking up Appllca tlons are being received at ova meeting Michael Clair and John Owens both members of Division 1 are Mil on tho sick list In the first two months of the nov year the membership In Ireland In creased over 700 The Ladles Auxiliary sewing clr cle at Berlin N H is proving a most enjoyable success Fiftyfour new members received the degrees at the quarterly Inltla tlon at Indianapolis- It does not look like real worJ to attend meetings In which an appll cation for membership has not heel presented Bishops Ludden and Grimes and the Mayor and city officials of Syra cuse reviewed the great Hibernia parade there In honor of St Patrick Upon all sides are heard words oj praise for tho St Patricks da committee Meets John J Barry Thomas Lawler and Hugh Hourigan The Knights of Columbus and Y M I were prominent In the Hiber clan paradel In honor of St Patrlcl at Terre Haute Over 3000 marcher were In line The iLackawanna Hibernians ha- a most successful twofold St Pat ricks day celebrationfirst to hono r their patron and secondly to a1 financially the Infants Homo Among those who purchased boxe- ff for the Hibernian entertainment al Milwaukee addressed by Wllllan Jennings Bryan were ArchblshoV Messmer and Bishop Koudelka National Secretary Nugent presided over the convention In Iiondon at which a Provincial Board foi England was established 1Keat lug M P was elected President Division 4 meets Monday night a Bortrand Hall Several Important questions will be presented for action and therefore President Hen nessy hopes for a large attendance ol membersThe Order In Pueblo Col Is fast coming to the front Las year the membership Increased over 40 per cent and St Patricks day was celebrated by the initiation of a large class After receiving holy communion iIn a body the Hibernians of Olean N Y breakfasted in Shcebaus Hall and held arreugfeig et1 jfcflegfflhffrfr I A jgyej94ivtsionwas institute 12st Sunday at St Paul Covington Hibernians had a very successful entertainment Monday night at the Auditorium presenting the play Tho Bride of Glen Mac Clure Irish songs by Miss ilary Fox and Mrs John Dillon Jr were warmly encored Jerry Hallahan one of Louisvilles best known Hibernians was here to spend St Patricks day with hIs tam ily and friends who gave him a real Irish welcome Ho Is now connected with the construction department of the Pennsylvania railroad and at present stationed at Knlghtstown Ind LONG ILLNESS ENDS The friends of James Kohan formerly connected with the real estate firm of Nehan Co and a brother of City Court Clerk Harry Nohan were deeply grieved when his death HospitalbecameFor seevral months he had been a patient sufferer from a complication of diseases and was ready lor the summons that called him to eternity Mr Nehan was fortytwo years of age and besides his brother leaves an aged mother Mrs Mary E Nehan and two sisters He was well known and liked especially In the West spentTheCharles church where his funeral took place being the largest seen there for years Rev Father Raffo officiated at the high mass of roqulom and in his sermon paid tribute to the deceased that brought tears to the eyes of many I MOTION PICTURES The Casino and Orpheum moving pictures continue to draw large I crowds every day and evening Feat I wllJbethosehouses I the usual dramatic and comedy first i run films with the triweekly changes SnUBERT MASONIC nextweekwill present Valeska SurMtwho will be seen here for the first time in comedythat+ engagedmeetsdelphia Boston and other cities of the EastI NEW DIRECTORY OUT 1913isindividual name According to the CensuaBureaupopulation of nearly 250000 This btitJpahy aad 1la not surpassed by anyt published hi the United Statee In eluding buiinee street government Iridoth departments it Ian book that will be found iadfaxnttbto br- aU bualatM sod profewitoaal mm t1 n V I THE 2 FAVORITES r of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY lOCj Cig- arLITTLE A Jf Sc Cigar The cigars without on equal in quality and flavor HomemadeUnion mad e Forrysale at all dispensers of smokes L f W TARPY ICO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A 0 H DIVISioN 1 Meets at Falls City Hall eo First and Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J CusIck I Vice PresldentrCharles J Plane gan Recording SecretaryAnthony J TompkinsFinancial SecretaryJoseph Farf rolly i Financial Secretary SJos E Far roll 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SergcantatArinLouls Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION I WednesdaysdOdd nut streets ForddVice President J J Sullivan TreasurerJames Wolsh JtFinancial SecretaryJohn J Keaney 1607 Dumes- nllSergeantatArmsJ Charle- Obst Sentinel Edward Brennan DIVISION I MondaystPortlandtPresident =Hugh HourJgan Vice President Jl Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev ens Financial SecretaryJohn G BairdtDougherty SergeantatA11 ames Steve EenttnolTholalNOODI DIVIilON 44ly JMeets Second 4fFouttk onday ertr rdHaL Slxt8 Ll p eeldent4oJle ir Jf JdRecording SecretaryJohn J Bars rYe Financial Secretary Thomao J Langan 807 West Oak Treasurer Harry J Brad- ySergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott I DIVISION 1 JEFFERSQNVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc QrodV Financial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatAnns Michael Oar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice President A C Link Second Vice President William Rlha Financial SecretaryWm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os borne Corresponding Secretary George J Laatt Treasurer Robert T Burke Marshal Jo n Sheehan Inside Sentinel Peter AndrloL Outside Sentinel Joseph Higgins The publishers are to be congratulated on the excellenco of their work I HOPKINS THEATER Next weeks attractions at the Hopkins Theater will Ibe equal to any seen hero at high prices and will inIwill be found new There will be the double change of bill with amateur contests the whole concluding with a choice selec tion of 1I1avlngploture AVENUE TIlEATERI K- The Queen of the White Slaves a striking melodrama by Al Woods Will be at the Avenue Theater next week This play has boon presented JliaJl the larger cities and will be produced here by an excellent cast DATES ARE FIXED The National Executive Board of the American Federation of Catholic Societies has Mt the date for the national convention to be held here for August 18 to 21k This was done as soon as It vai known that these- dates were agreeable to the Louis ville Federation and the committees arranging for thejwiherlngr WBlch IB expected to eurpaav nfbeIdlIJice the federation was founded All resolutions io W oo aidered must be submitted at least hlriy days priori to the daU ti1Itof tbd eonvenfcfcwt V 11 AJ IRELAND Record of the Most Important of CulledLExchanges A branch of the Gaelic League has been established at Kllmaly County ClareEvelyn C Shirley was sworn In as a Magistrate at the Carrlckmacross Petty Sessions- The Callan Board of Guardians have appointed Miss Darcy matron of the Workhouse The death has occurred at Carn ban near Llsburn of Mrs Bridget McCann aged 103 It Is expected that the roll of the Ballybay Magistracy will be shortly increased and speculation is rife as to the probable additions Profound regret was ovoked on all sides by the death of the Very Rev Canon Aylward which took place at Blackwater County Wex fordEdward Delahunt of Newry who shot and wounded Sarah McKevitt and then attempted suicide was returned for trial at the County Down Assizes It is recalled that when the Great Southern and Western Railway Com pany was building a tunnel through Phoenix Park in Dublin they came on a deep vein of coal By twelve votes to nine three members not voting the Kerry County Council have coopted Will iam Barrett John Healy was the second candidate proposed A Gaelic Fate will bd held at Manorhamilton on th6 second Sunday In June Valuable prizes will be offered for Irish singing composi tions speaking history etc Death has claimed Francis Mo Quillan one ofDundalks oldest and most respected residents His health failed some months ago up to which thesI Brown Milling Company Among a wide circle of acquaintances the death is learned with re gret of Patrfck Murphy of Kells Deceased was a District Councillor for the division and brother of the Rev James Murphy of Multyfarn hamMuch regret is felt at the death of Michael Flanagan at Kllmallock In his early days he was one of the best allround athletes In Munster His sons Include John Flanagan the famous hammerthrower and Tom manyImportantAmerica Michael J Howard who enlisted recently in the Connaught Rangers remandedII com I 7 AfiEnntx t Cathedral was traced to Dublin having been sent It Is believed by local dealers Patrick Hopkins aged sixtyeight byhanging ropetoarrangIngThetragicboy who called at the house and his lookedthroughman was in the place Deceased was eccentric In his ways SistorMSandysInmade their final vows and been re InGalwayelated on the occasion and there was IstheoyceorandMissof Mr and Mrs Sandys of Roscom mon UP TO WEATHER MAN If Jupiter Pluvlus doesnt breakout again and Old Sol will kindly cast his beaming rays of sunshine on the diamond the Colonels and Bill Dahlens Brooklyn Superfoas will get together this afternoon and to fanstheiraH probability Rucker the star mnpidentallyl ness Brooklyn having refused a willtwirlgameDaubert man will be In the lineup and also outfielder yule and is a direct descendant of 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