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IIIuIii7 0 t- Q SUTS15H jMAOETOMEASUREj NO 13 LOUISVILLE AtJt 7EILARCH 3D 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS i HOLY WEEK y t SItooasonofy rious Homage s to Blessed J Kedfeeiner u- l f i alm8 Will Be Blessed Sunda y f For Distribution mbmg Fatthiul E III Good Friday Marked by Mourn r ing Silence and Madness Everywhere iREMONIES RECEDING EASTERt Rob Week the last of the Lenten season begins tomorrow Palm Sun perletI every Catholic should prepare for snaring in the happiness of the glor lious resurrection to bo celebrated on Easter Sunday Palm Sunday the Lords day among the palms Is thus called in memory of the triumphant t entry of Jesus as says the Holy Gospel into Jerusalem when the people went forth with palm branches to meet Him and to lea4of Him as their King in triumph Into the cJtyAndas did the Jews then do do now the faithful of his holy church they otter Him their horn age with prayer and psalmody At ill the churches tomorrow morning B palms will be blessed and distributed to the faithful Monday and fTuesday are days pff preparation for the solemn ending otr Lent Wednesday has Its Divine QtOco and its privileged mass at which Is sung tbo Pcslon gospel In the evening the matins and lauds called the Tenebrae are chanted The three solemn days of Holy Week jntaynovyi be salei to begin The r lessonsf of the Tenebrae that Is of tkTnocturn are taken from the Lamentations of Jeremlas At the Beginning of the office of the Tene brae thirteen lighted candles all of dark wax save the last or thirteenth which is of white are placed on a triangular candelabrum and at th II P endd ol each psalm Is put out T x drrlllonly a single candle the white4 yore liaslt II hted a4fwble1tJs th= 1iiIJJ f tli Fii tlk fiF rl riiif ltafter the benedlctus Iis sung the single candlestick is taken and hid den at the Epistle order of the altar leaving the sanctuary In darkness At the end of the mice this hidden away but burning candle Is brought out again signifying that death could not extinguish tho light of i Christ nor obtain dominion over t Him There will be a most impres It she rendition of the Tenebrae at I many churches but notably so at StII Louis iBertrands Holy Thursday known as Maundy I Thursday Is the first of the three It greatand last days of Holy Week If inalitutethed It r I words the evermemorable day on which Instituted the Holy Eucharist Most solemn Is this day hid all the ceremonies and events I connected with It Only one mass I can be said In the same church oa I this day and this mass must be a public one solely to give the people an opportunity of receiving the Eucharist In holy communion It tis on this day that In Cathedral churches the Bishops bless the holy oils l Good Friday the sixth day of the great week Is the second night of I darkness It is the iparasceve or tho It day of preparation for the SabbathII It Is the day on which the true J Paschal Lamb Jesus Christ the c Blessed Redeemer of man was slain j on Mt Calvary It is the day of the Ii death of Jesus the day whereon the whole world was redeemed It is I the day of supreme mourning andE sadness and silence The church clothes herself with every emblem otE sorrow What the church does her members likewise individually should do This day should be passed in sorrowful contemplation oC Him whose ignominious death was their salvation During this coming 1 week therefore the churches will at I tract throngs of people and will ban e arduous one for the clergy i BErraFIT FOR SISTERS u Sisteriot tlaa to attend the meeting tomorrow I at the academy 1172 Hut Broad way when arrangementswill be per I thawillt t I TrnHy Council club house on the I afternoon and evenings of April 17 attreotiveplannedbae I o whitgrilltIHlIdu the other attractions there tt frill be a dining hull where Coffee andC1ceandetI 1ifotI Irma gCirUyibouldshow tMr ap preciation by atUndlnc their bamr 1 UfQLtn ItaNDilik I I IleriHtn Wall d e o oJ r iton of Mrs Anna Bite 7f 1 nrteklRrtdg Mrt succumbed t bhaws I t d coas 4 ws printer for tb- a + e jIJti ilep rUaeB and tvw held i I 6 nu u n J t I r1 I i I vak KENTUCKY IRISH f RIC11c IILUMEXXVIU S one He n high esteem bY his superiors Mr Sits was a member of the Police Union Typogrspllest Union and Shelby Democratic Club and was a popular young man Besides bis mother he leaves four brother Frank William Bernard and Jacob Silsj and three sisters Misses Eliza beth arid Clara Sills and Sister Mary Raphael who is stationed at Cincin conductsProw Y morning and was very largely attended GOon VOKK Ij Being Done by theCatholIc khightapf German town Branch 32 of the Catholic KnightsI of America and its President John Schalda are stirring things among thet uninsured Catholic men of SO Vincent do Pauls parish and Ger mantown On Friday night of last week the Central Committee visited Branch 32 which had as guests the members of the Columbia Athletic pPresidentlarge gathering stated the purpose o the meeting to be for the benefit of the uninsured and told of the won Ithat was being pushed by the Central Committee Gen Michael ReJchert Was Intro duced and in a ringing address gav facts and figures that domonetrate- rho stability of the Catholic Knights America which numbers Inlho membership Cardinal Fancy many Archbishops and Bishops and hun dredS of the clergy Reviewing the history of the order he compared the rates and protection offered by the Catholic Knights with others showing that they were now looked upon by the various State InBuranco Commlsloners as being the best pro tested and the most prompt la pay Ing death claims Others called upon were William lh Higgins Sec rotary William T Meehan Supreme Deputy Eugene McCarthy Oscar Maier and Ben Speaker A social j hour was spent at which refresh ments were serVedland It is thought a number will be the result TRINITY COENCILe Sere geant kitty Is Sure Success J I ness was transacted with enthusiasm The Opera Committee made an ex cellert1 report Which indicates that Sergeant Kitty which will be produced under the auspices of Trinity- Y M I Musical Club at the Shubert Masonic Theiter on April 22 23 and 24 is an assured success even at this early stage While there is stil much to be done and everyone nine- keep hustling Chairman Hennessy iis determined to make this show a rec ord br aker in the annals of Trinity Counclrs undertakings In response to the appeal for the Chinese relief fund the council voted a liberal dona flea andalsoo authorized the Gymnasium Committee to purchase whatever additional paraphernalia iIs j necessary to Improve the gymnasium Vice President Sandmann of the I Literary Committee read a carefully prepared and Interesting article on the Over Sea railroad to Key West Fla treating of the construction an general operation of the road which was Instructive and was listened to with close attention by all present KNIGHTS AND LADIES I l President Andrew Kast and the Catholic Knights and Ladles of I America of Louisville have begun preparations for the pilgrimage to MempljteTenn where their national convention will convene on May 21 As thIs society Was many branches In the three Tails Cities and sac will be represented a large delega ion will go from this city It i expected that delegates from othe States may Join the Louisville part and that special coaches will bo se cured The Knights and Ladies of Memphis have beep planning for this convention for nearly a year and will1 t give the delegates and visitors wel come that promises to surpass anyr yet accorded the nationalvbody Memo phis branches are arranging an elab orate programme Which Vlll appear in these columns as soon as com pleted WILL BLESS OILS Right Rev Bishop ODonafchue assisted by many privets of the Illcase will officiate the blessing of liii boy oils at the Cathedral next Thurs day morning at 9 oclock ForalI number of years before Right Rev peals ODMiachue became head of this diocese the oils were seat tP Covlngton and blessed there but now that the ceremony will tak plies hare iit is expected that a gr tongreffttion will fill the Cathedral 1 that morning t H0CHRK POn WINDOW j The Holy Angel fetelity of the Cathedral congregation has an nouriced a euchre and social for t OthoUWOlluni e s now iteingg sold The proceeds wjll go to the fund to defray the ole glaltlaet t piweattolnlereetable xse tneverybod bu14fI el Ii- Ii IJ 11 1 a r REQUIEM jII Unnanietl Heroes ol the Maine Buried Witit ililMari linnets If ThirtyIJourI Coffins Boras t V Cemetery vTtli Naval Escort Ij Kev Fattier John P Clildwlck Delivers tke Funeral Oration NATIONS CHIP WER THERE At Washington last aturda jtoting tribute marked by all the j atriotic spirit of a graceful nation pate to the memory of the Maine e rfr theikeI President of the United States tp ho smallest urchin of the streetme and women In every walk of life adr t and Navy building c dneard prayer and praise for the unnamed heroefl whose bodies were to be lam beside those of their comrades of the Maine disaster in the Arlington cemetery The scene at the memorial services brought vividly back to the minds of many the memorial servicei j held for President McKlnley Indeed the pomp and ceremony of the occa slon made It seem as If the Maine victims hall perished only yesterda I jInstead of having remained In the wreck of the sunken ship for four teen years Fully ten thousand people were prosit at the services Ignl ring the llttlistjualls otraln and hall that beat dqwn at Intervals Upon the spacious fcojith front steps of the State War and Navy building above the crowd were improvise4I seats for the President and nations 1 i foreign dignitaries besides several hundred who had special tickets for the ceremony Seats were set apart for Admiral Dewey and Lieut Gen Nelson A MIlec the Tanking offlciers of the army end navyISenodntonlor r m a debnated by Jre81 iif6l1eltjj were conspicuous in the gathering Among these were the surviving offl cers of the Maine Directly in front of the steps stood the thirtyfour calrsons with the thirtyfour coffins each burled in wreaths of flowersC Clustered about these In every avail j able space Was the throng of Amerl j antd d on the white lot and on the grounds to the right and left The religious services were conducted by George L Chaplain U S iNparts of theJc J Episcopal burial service being used As the Chaplain walked to the top of the stone stops and raised his right hand hats went oft by the thousands and heads were bowed Then came the memorial address de Hvered by Father John P Chid wick who was Chaplain of the Maine atrthe time of the disaster In a round andd pictured the Maine victims as A scrlrflee to tho cause of humanity and liberty and paid tribute to the men he had known and lived with up to the hour when they went to their leaths t shall recall the catastrophe only 1 In a few words said Father Chid wick Its horrors Impressed you rod vividly even to be forgQtt n Th d darkstarless night Havensparkled with light and gay with apparentlyhyond the city limits The harbor brokern I 1 anyt Our men asleep in their hammocks thehaned e splrltsSUddepd report the bursting forth of flamKp the bodies of men with fragments O f enthand medraharrowlna alfbougIttty tanraS rather turn to the country ItrickentI newee overthef tlndIndignation Wasthf t Grossedfd had stricken down one of their ndII ttt I by aJ tfm waveof1 4 althatdared rj audeadr it dthelHandheldInle 1 I J i t tpreraenctofi v Pre Iu t Tttt a Ifollowed adttq+ Ar I stmtUltbeiterr lMlknvidforihter m Ab r1ateslgedl Was l d1 d1IJI 1zrv I TjtIieET Tor s+ ComlagfOrattc Pro IdUO hY x closelactcact d a r the Shubert M ledie T1eter for May B7j 8 and 9 wheiyke lliaclihiThor- i al Club will prase piie rapeTae- rn v 1 thy latest ualcalmzal from thajpenfof AulsjKjKanstoH From preeeat indieajlfas the Mackf Choral Club her 1ta richest treat 1In openkw a ready and more rebearaal the cast wllhi to take thelrpar t generoUs spiritI that has always Wraeterlzed Mack n Council It hasvbain decided to pre sent 800 tickets Ch toSt Law rence Indtltut dCedarGrove Acedetpyi papall ding fund As kkey wlq receive iitlre proceeds bopsyE d I tHem Itl CLxIFuITHS4 thirtytwoKlrWin aced entythree dlellt vvithln nbres Idenco 1606 Wt Jefferson street Jand 6h Tuesday irnlhff the doubt funeral took plaexfr m St Patrick church The diiiffkters death was ono to tUb erc U 10sJ j ndtllemother Jsuccumbed tto Hk and the in flrmltles ot age Mrs Kirwan was the Widow of JolinjvKirwan and 1 Is survived by tour istns John Edward Joseph and JiitJiei Xlrw nand two daughters MlfcsJ jfcato Kirwan an Mrs George TRp j Mrs Blrk Is sur- vivedi by her Ii s1Nttd Henry lurk who Is with the 4tnd N and two sons Roy and Mrwan Blrk I3y edetijmf Mrs E1Izabat- Llrnaghj tehleh Hrre atle res Idence of he rtigI1JeJfrs Nora i itnnpt UOIT M dvetitte the Curch of the LMjsgiia SacramentI sustained the bee of anbtBer6f its oldest and moMhlghly esteemed mehibers SurVjbfig her are rtwoI datightershrs4 taKnoptand Mrs JJ W Connors rthis city and 6n6 Fon1ame ghibf BThoy aYriold tree p+ lllatd ultintancCs rp il1N s QrrthlFtyfiv lIouseriIt4wMlH Ij e I 1920 West Maui street Ills funeral1 took place Tuesday morning from St Patricks church ReV Father Cronin officiating at the mass of requiem j iilr Murphy had long been a resident J retiringfromn connected with the Louisville 0CompanyThe funeral of Martin Enright a well known resident of the West End and for many yenta employed b- D F Avery Sons took place Tues day morning from St Cecilia e j church of which he was a devoutt member Mr Enright was ftrlcken suddenly Friday aZternoonand ta enIIIs to inwhilethe City Hospital where he died I to notify the two daughters of the condition of their father who was seventy years oldliI a 1llchaelqa the last solemn rites mar held over the remains of John Kcefel wJwdied l of his Son William Keefe 817 East Jefferson street Besides his son h leaves one daughter Mr Keofe wallcei ghtytwo years of ago and was thejgrandfather of Patrolman J hllhKeefe of the Fourth police district With feelings of slncdce regret waBtt received announcement of the deathII of John J Infantson of Mr and Mrs Itaymond Barrett which pccurred Monday at the family residence 1020 East Market street Whllp they leel ththeirawaitthemt many friends Is tendered them iin vtheirThe funeral of Mrs Sallle Trench widowt of James Trench took place Wednesday rnlng from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament of which she was one of the oldest members death was due to her advanced ge arid was not unexpected Survlv Ing her are three SOI1SJohnram s whQntsheinadet CONFIRMATION k i oclochepwillStIAgnNcol1l+ Th1easR Dot unusllhttertcongregation and therefore the lIOm eTchtp l will be taxed to tott Plshcp gOB1W4Y Ii HTJOTLING a 1ftTefitotUjatrrlaUrt fifrfrhoP8toIfJIMass tau that Father Jan w willerect tea this growing parish I I u 0 u YOUR BOYS Anti tile DaiiifcerH They Itim by Joining the Scout Movement Tliim Far tile Catholic Church Hne Tuketj T No Oftlclftl Attitudes Junior Holy same Society Pro uucedsouuced the Far Better Place WH KETHE DANGER LURKS 101 Asked to explain the attitude of the Catholic clergy and the raison tor their unfavorable view of the Roy Scout movement Truth answers by saying that thus far the Catholic attltudto mayry e owing to the fact that the organization is of very recent origin that IIt Is not of sufficient importance or that the authorities of the church have not been requested to take official action thereon After relat- Ingt how the society was conceived and organized twelve years ago Truth thus reasons From what we have been able to learn from personal dand from occasional notices in the Catholic press YOj believe that th consensus of opinion among the priests and the Bishops is against th enrollment of Catholic pys in this frohthe pen pf qf the organization reveal the danger lurking for our Catholic boys in sue orRanizatlPns as the Boy Scouts For Protestant boys we heartily com wand the trim and the methods described and precisely because we do commend them for Protestant boys we object strongly to the reception of Catholic boys In the ranks of the n hfelation all over again We have no objection In the latter organization to gymnasia and to swimming pqols andtypewriting to Its und ctvl 3SryJceJcPurs Sptstudy but aotwftkV I alhtlafset4ry at oc pr- ltd trlrld tiperfectly well that the Y M C A la distinctly sectarian Protestantt work and that the average Cathplic boy who belongs to same runeagreat risk of losing his alth and consequently his morals The pro rhosra the Boy Scouts loudly proclaim these movements have nothing to do with religion that they are notsectarian in character that a oyf frequents the swimming pool or takes lessons In title or drill practice In answer we say that the distinctly antlCath ollc character of such organizations none the less harmful because it sidious and not ex professo Tho usual plan is to decoy the Catholic young rasa in the name of athletics civil service positions etc little by ttle he finds he Is Inoculated wit drop of poison in this or that lec geographoor asronomy be Is Introduced to this dr that reverend minister of th- l e Presbyterian or the Episcopal1 churches he Is assured that the con partealthough held in tho t has really nothing to do wit service the periodicals whichI finds on the library table and the books which ho Is recommended tto read unconsciously dilute the strong faith of his childhood the compan lonshlp pf hundreds of young men o all religions or of no religion quietly obliterates the line between faith and neresy and the mixed marriage with e odds now heavily against him aotuasi knowledge wo can say that this de icripHon is true of many a Catholic o t man in our largo cities While the particularly offensive regulation of the Y M C A exclud ing Catholics from office does notI obtain in the Boy Scouts the quiet persistent Identification of the or ganjzatlon with the church is none thetess apparen earnse youtwhere you like this movement iis simply to teach us to be brave to howevether Ings of the Boy Scouts in the dally I and you will find that the I fists addressed by theRe Y I Mr So and So of the Episcopal ntlnletegr I services for the offtin a I orgalntlonw I t oei organlaaUOJ1anthat we have pointed out And IIOto dam up there Is no particular a weraatopdta tdrtir sax npkatloallr tkazitls far batter fwlthattoH a atb r of the Junter Holy Nam iooletf to mix vim bUr own Catholic Q oomptnlons t kp IR ofolr touchl tborsk he PrL wjk Prpt+ C n aslant organization in the matter of rifle supplies swimming pools and gymnasium NEW ALBANY Forty Hours and Lenten Dev th ns Are Well Attended f M NductedSunday Monday and Tuesday of th week Father Kernan of the Dominican order preaching the sermons which were very edlfyin I n t sratiicatJotomany of the congregation went to holy communion and that the serv lees at night were so large attended Nearly everyone In the congregation attended the devotions BfaredSThe Rev William F Selbertz rector of St Marys has been Riving a series of Lenten sermons otr Wednesday evenings during thosea noal an eloquent and convincing preacher not only iIn German but in English as well an- is jI h sermons on Wednesdays have been attended by large congrcgal1 churchelan1trom I at St Marys will be at 6 730 andI I 10 oclock on Sundays During all1I iof the winter Father Selbertz hasj had mass at C oclock each Sunday J morning and this has proved a Breant accommodation to those who have to I work as welt as t9 those Who haye many household cares and can not So to mass at 8 oclock and get homej theI j ftamlly ready to go to the later mass continueod throughout the summer choreehi Is making efforts to have the organ Thumorgan Is out of tune ithe singers say and they can not do themselvesj theht condition Inasmuch as they sing for nothing they are of the opinion thati the congregation ought to chip fint and raise the necessary 600 to do the work Those who love goodI fhelporganhas anIll h NAA1ETHth thayoung GlrlsPorsakeWorl I ra I God ODonaghuttended e J sided over the impressive e flatof the Annunciation when ten your women made their vows and becam- rofessed o P Sisters of Charity and thhabitpreparation for this solemn event aJ bythepriest of the Jesuit order Those who thus forsook the world to de wereaMargaret ILoulse 11a s Mary Dalton Louisville I Sister Antoinette OHss Lizzie Goeccio Pine Bluff I Walshhewport Modelyl CatheItSisterII Ryan Newport Sister Mary Herman Miss Lily LouisvillehBerUardlrie Miss Frances Louisville Sister Irma iMlss Tillle Krebs Newport t Among the twelve who received anfd a 1 city WAITEH E GLOVKIl In the death of Walter E Glover t which occurred at the family res Idence Wednesday afternoon allI distinct loss has been sustained by 1 It tabusinessLouisville he was widely known and noted for his many kind and char= youtriI anted by the members of his family Besides his wife who was Miss Anna daughb e Glover Miss Merle who was corn 1 plating her musical education iin Paris was summoned home arrlvln here March 16 Hlg funeral toOl t place yesterday afternoon Messrs ij Frank I ehrMatt J Winn Louis Seelbach J K Woodward Harry I 11lag xICATHOLIC I t t1rItet Franf1 qy e oftt1letl tla l he Iis an alumnis Father Ramra e n convert1OIA MUTTMThe Pope received fast week private audlenc Major Arohla Butt Personal aide to tPrMldent Tift wko prW to the Pontiff an zta Brsyh lttt frost PratWeat Ta ltumo1aiit that tk nitont Major tlIhlJt i- o C n o r I t 2 HAT 2UNION MADES- EELOAOH HOTEL IUILOINO FAITH Mgr Brnnn KvplaliiH Difference Between tlio Natural and Supernatural o feceapar3 For Knowledge ot laImportant and tSacred Truths r- o SanctitytoMoralityY s p ASIS OF SCIENCE AND LAW u HeraldlpastorofTheNecesEitydtrue wouldbewlthtboimpossibleFaith is divided into two kinds Naturalfaith andthetaturalt andImpliesrevealedtruthreraclty If T were to ask you one 4 by one for the Y9Ubelieveyour Information is derived from the testimony of others How few could prove that this earth Isa ball and ortheare globonare wily veracityotastronomersevottatnee essary for the knowledge of common bencccsMryf moreImportanttruthsHowcease ortheproyngblsthettrecte watch with Its system of springsSeell and pendHlum to thew4teh thedtl r t e lea r otas the Psalmist says the heavens thfirblsIilirids rlyeint from the creation of the world are clearly seen etero nal power also and divinity thingshavethebasisvolves the idea of dependence and of Butthereconsidered In the rational proof 6f demons because It can not understand meta thisIrequired Therefore the only way to knowledgeInling of legitimate authority It is because of the existence of filth that J the children of a Christian country divine things better than philosophersQuestions and Socrates could not solve are now correctly answered by Christian chll to11hcmllehethe tabor of metaphysical study or they are too much occupied with the temporal cares of this life to have leisure for metaphysical Investiga understand grownchildren1 find halt a dozen able to understand the higher mathematics Since this s the ease We see at once how few left to their own forces would ob ut a knowledge of the grand and truths relatingl to the Supreme Being whoso nature faith at once reveals What a babel men make of the ology when they are loll to their own light What confusion What endless disputes But when God Himself teaches mankind what they must believe about his essence and his works lie adds the certainty of revelation to the certainty of dem onstration Then all thltigs become illuminesk Prophet are then literally fulfilled r betaughlorthec of thy children The peace of double certainty li the result Thus revelation quakes the knowledge of quicklybiroo the Illiterate ai xgll as to the learned and thus faith elevates tee lemJK8tlatural truth Fttth ilto adds new publiefullrtOleUaaiddaRRGOVHIl r lhJNei iVTURnW EdwardPtl l flrtf department ltsttre recovered frbrt injurlti that hafts kept ihem the the past tiroi Meets r- nI T 1 r I I ltIERICANIItI sf L c KTIt I 6KY IRISH MffifcflK Atvetal te the Social sad Nerd dva icera Beat ef Irish Amerlcaas mad Catheilct Ol6dall MasYInstitute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTU6KY IRISH AMEHICAN PHINTINQ COJ1at8f1Oratcd Publlmhere r I INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR EPRR YEAR SIMPLE COPY S 8etrrdu Ih LHlTlll PINttftuStcoedCtnu AitfreM ell CoamWlcItlWl tu she KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wed drew Stt kf LOUISVILLE KYV SATURDAY MARCH 30 9121 GUABDIANS OF LIBERTY IIAnother organization with A Pt A tendencies anil kiimvhtias the Guardians of Liberty has recently sprung Into being but whea Ho purpose becomes generally known Ha dlratlonlThebe to prevent BO far liens members can tho election to public office State or national of Catholics Sur prising as It may seem the name of Meat fen Nelson A Mile B Is beingF used end he Is pointed out as one of the leading lights of the organization When Cardinal Gibbons attention was called to the Guardians and their principles he gave expression to the following- I am amazed to learn that Gen Miles should have lent his name to such an organization I can not believe that he has done so in the full knowledge of what these so called Guardians of Liberty have set down among their principles This order is plainly nothing more tan wa attempt to revive the bigotry of the AP A which was presumed to have died of inanition Surely no sensible man will be misled by the thin and threadbare arguments of such people Charles R Skinner former State Superintendent of Public Instruction in New York and afterward Assistant Appraiser of the Port of New York announces In that city that he has no connection with the Guardians of Liberty as has been statedl Against my positive instructions myname was used in circulars and stationery printed by direction of Charles D Haines WOMAN VOTER Henceforth tho women of KanI tucky will be entitled to vote on alli questions pertaining to our public schools and it is with much intere that ithe results wll be awaite- Those I Rhoh Dopyothemeaeur eoliend that Their abctiou- tgiving votes to women Is not that they would exercise the franchis- with less Judgment or honesty than men In intelligence In conscientiousness I in genuine desire for fix public good they were not Inferior to men But it was tho total change it would work In their whole C doemstlc and social position From tho peace of their homes they will1 be drawn Into the angry and often squalid strife of political parties Heretofore they stood outside all1 such contentions If the wife were to vote and act with tho husband what was the gain of giving her the franchise If she were to be free to vote and act against him then the franchise for her was the readiest way to break up the peace of her family destroy her own legitimate Influence and with It banish religion from the home Women most rampant for the t yoUng privilege include those who refuse to bear children and tis not right that they should be permitted1 to interfere with the Christian mothers who are devoted to their home life and tearing families tha wlJlecomethe bone and sinew of the land Are not these childless suffragettes not a little inconsistent In bounding about the country an l lecturing upon how women should bring up and educate their littlet ones WARNING Warning Is given from New York that a number of men calling them l1fromandPeralaparecountry and begging from prINts sisters and the laity These men are all fakers Eithrtheyarenott a prletU lot all sometime are Moham medana are chlwnttlc or are not In good standing or have no permlij IIfon frpm R meor their own Bishop The only Baitern prJMt who Doubly may jtasppiB1 right Wt It Hjit dUMMHM and who IWIUtIC perrain1 aloe of the niihop of lie dleeeee ThdPropaganda Be04epriests to come to thU oemtry for alma Aa4 Propaganda bitr given that rmol1 tInoThftiafctri Wj Jey heterodox and XMUtfMlft c Oaibolk J opine to this cotmtrpnettrlr Derer month in bndi fhwtli and ttf een itft safe to 1 gr t dtattLTdi 1Jareely a dlocMt jtfcr ouitrr J Ire one or not at thorn ft w trj Cy working openly with local permission gotten under false pretenses or secretly without any permission or endorgedalettersi Whenever they appear they should beat once1 turned over to the police WILT TIIEY MICE THIS Anent two bestowal of t franchise on women a well posted and chivalrous Southerner writes that it is a sound proposition that those who fight the battles of a you try should have the right to take part in the administration of Its govern ment And conversely those w share in its government should betoI required to bear arms in its defense- If women suffragists insist on the right to vote claiming equal Tights with men let them have that right on an equality of duty and obligation with men He would lot Ahem be permitted to vote on the condition that they pay a poll tax and be subject to military duty It ishll- n opinion what if the lawmakers will accept this solution of the trouble some problem it would abate the ardor of our woman suffragists Tao the ladles will regard his views and what answer they will make only time can tell HOARD MEMBERS NAMED Mayor Head on Wednesday select ed Thomas A Barker the well known attorney Dr Chester A Mayer and Rev Dr Charles Rt Hemphill as members of tho Louisi vllle Public Library Board to serve for the next tour years For some time past there has not been the utmost harmony in the Library Hoard but It Is believed that with theIouitt The library is a most Important cen sttor from which either much good or andd thatthe9 ndWaM4L ratotora ezietitigIsillhc- hanged e for the belter The appoint peopleewhose interest in the library exceeds that of outsiders will certainly go muchodesiredresult STOP THE PADS Monday afternoon the pupils ofbf the John Marshall school were dlsI missed and two building turned over to the ParentTeacher Association for a candy pulling the being to raise funds for athletic equipment Wdth the Introduction of gardening jumping pits and other fads In our schools the chIJdr stand a poor chance of receiving the education they should be given Th school hours are none too long and ought to be devoted to two children and their books Unices a stop fis put to much of the foolishness now Indulged in taxpayers will not vote for the bond issue that would place another million dollars In the hands of those who are failing in their duties In this respect thattW should think first of his merits rather than of his defects Through this spirit mistakes may be made tbut when r odttoassuage the grief of worthy parents and relatives there c will bo little fault found I I Senator v011ie James declaration favoring Champ Clark for the Demo cratic nomination for the Presidency gives great Impetus to the candJdifejr j of the fepeVker of Hie ifouse of Representatives atiput wboserecordw J l there can be no questjjoti icv If From the way they are treating the hat Roosevelt threw into tlieZ ring soya the Irish taudardtIt Appears that he will soon need a new I- toneNot soon but right now Our Circuit Court continues grind RaturdvyJudgesgrantedthirteennot beat this i Judged by pantaxneneaee the Republtean kamioar eetaLlieleA AKetuok7Man armlvtlr P01ftieldMeafear of It M far p3hItIDAIf thFirstpretty quick operator lntt that I1hould titotnAged to tU bole o a g 00 fnllill Frank Fehr and wife and daughter are sojourning at Hot Springs Ark c1ollss Mamie Aud of Ceclllan ar Monday for a visit to Louis rivedfriends ftlrsi IID Murphy aid has itteen spending severardays Iindihelbynll has returned Mrs A S Ash visited In Bards town last week the guest of Mrs Alice Curran J N Rogers and wlfet of Lexing ton arrived here Saturday and registered at the Tyler Hon WlllianvF Klalr and wife of Lexington arrived here Tuesday and registered at the Tyler Hotel I J Miss Loretto Tighe has returned from a most enjoyable two weeks visit with friends In Indianapolis beeh0n confined to et three weeks Is able to be out ago1 tire J K Leahy of Crescent Hil- n 1 had Misses Anna B Watson and Frances Jones as herr guests last week Pitth burgh arrived last week for a visit her mother Mrs E J WentzellI in Portland Mrs Leo Jaglowlcz has been en tertaining her sister Miss KatherineI Llnskoy of Detroit at her home 1In Crescent Hill Mr and Mrs Frank Fehr and daughter who have been spending some time at Hot Springs arrived home this week Miss Florence Sanders of 315 Grand boulevard recovering from an operation at St Josephs Infirm Wary for appendicitis Miss Grace Klux of Floyd street entertained Tuesday evening 1 in honor of her visitor Miss Bess Donahue of St LouIsjMrs Joseph Grimes who has been the guest of her slater Mrs D 8 Hill In New Orleans for several1 months will return next Wednesday Miss ICnthorlne Hogarty of Lex Ington spent a few days here as the guest of Miss Eleanor Robertson on her way home from Magnolia Beach Miss Mr and Mrs Frand Receveur will leave for New York on April 15 an two days later sail for Europe While abroad they will vlrlt England Ir land and France Mrs O J Sandmann was ex tensively entertained in Lexington last week where she visited her son Leo who Is a student at the Xe tuck Statenlvewlty Shepherdes villa who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J T Norris South Louls vllle was entertained at several receptions In her honor Russell Kehoe who is completing his education at Hanover College 1 home for the spring vacation and Iis the guest of his parents Mr and MrsI J Kehoe In Jeffersronvlllo Col Matt J Man Judge Charle- n Price William Shelley and Ed tromeJuarez Mexico They will remain hero until after the spring race meet lag en gagement of Miss Theresa A Herget the attractive daughter of rand-e Mrs E A Herget and W J Feath erstone Their marriage will be eol emnlzed In June One of the Interesting June wed dings will be that of Richard C Shlrclltt and Miss Clara H Stengel daughter of Mr and Mrs Taco jarsst Announcement was made this wool of the engagement of Miss Mayme Doweeae and Oscar Stein popular residents of New Albany Their marriage Will be solemnized at St Vlarys church April 16 Her many friends will be rejoiced1 know that Mrs N A Greene wifei of Mayor Greene of New Albany fIslj out of danger and rapidly recovering from illness that confined her to her I home 131 West Market street j William L Hannon of 424 Garden street Is announcing proudly to his 1 friends that he has discovered a new baseball star and Democrat The t youngster arrived hero from baby land on Wednesday afternoon and ill be christened at St Johns tomorrowII I Magainemeat of her daughter Miss Catherine Meehan to Leo L Schunlcht Miss Is a popular young lady and the groomtobe the President of a the Business Printing Company and soslatyPatrickWa1sbnrtchurche1tAprUr w WILL QIVK rIO117OF At a ni etintof the County Board arrangefar inthisthe expeiHMc of the State coaventlon this fall President Thomag Dolan of tiipolDtlng a committee to tee the TtHoua park managements and reF rtottthankswaegivenBtltiee of Arrangement for their ot Ilthl making the celebration a ores Severill talk were eaYOoO tharilnaJ 7 illSPBCfAt ATTRACTIONS = s 3GSJ = EASTER SUITSFO- R MEN AND YOUNG MENa youemay select Beautiful Blue Serge Full Silk Lined SuitsI 1500CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE Only Exclusive CUthts ihop in City N W Cor Third and Jefferson riJ ii nM JII The Last Dollar II alThat you spent for something you did not NEED would have started SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED i DOLLARnmust be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the I dollars you are wasting might keep thathard time from ever coming I Ky Title Savings Bank IIandTrust Co I and Court Place mIp m Saturdaya UnllI 7 p i VV mtf rM J Federation In Its promotion of the I national convention of the federation which will be held here this summer I and the members were urged to attend all of the meetings of the local1 9body y KNIGhTS OF COLUMIS I Late News That Will ElseehI whereIi I New Albany Council will give a minstrel production next month Rhode Island has 3259 membersI 2218 being insured Niagara Falls Knights have e tered the movement for closing Sun day theaters The three degrees were conferred on seventyeight candidates at the recent Initiation at Springfield idj Archbishop Keane consented to suseplcea of two Knights of Waterloo IowaThe parade of the Knights of Columbus on St Patricks day wa the prettiest star seen on the Rockn ItIt is expected dUkt at least forty wAlieelf the lIIfe trcgreifa heron April 28 when LoulsvJlle Council1 holds Its next initiation In many cities throughout the country councils lajst week had an Irish night for their membere who constitute the leading element of th orders Rev Thomas J Campbell S J has been conducting the annual mls sloe for the combined Clneinnat- councils i ibegun last Sunday and end nightsUNEXPECTED Theo Fontana Succumbs to Appendicitis at Cincinnati Friends end relatives wore shocks1 when telegrams from Cincinnati i brought newts of the unexpected death of Theodore Fontana follow lug a two days illness of append1 sifts The deceased formerly Yealde- b I here but left Louisville when a young man and for the past thirty baggagemaaterforrunning between Cincinnati and St Louis He was popular In railroadI circles and many of his associates accompanied the remains to the home of the aged mother at 421 East Walnut street Besides his mother Oullo and John Fontana engaged Inl business at Third and Green streets and two other brothers and six sis tars survive him Though Mr Fon tana was stricken suddenly he was conscious to the laet and died forti fied by the sacraments of the church The funeral took place Sunday after noon from the Cathedral ReV Father Rock conducting the solemn obsequies and preaching a sermon that touched the feelings of the many present CARE roil THE BOYS I IOn thee afternoon of St Patrick juveniledivision 1 bernians was organized composed of 234 boys ranging In age Aram twelve to sixteen years This will be found safer society for thee young than the Soy Seouts Divisions every Important POUNDS A BUItSB 6000hichthe New York dallies Cardinal arley has certainly proved his inter Mt and shown his confidence in the entrafon3newHawthorneNkind in the UnitedtStt tee or for that matter in all Antric is the rwulfc the sotfonSakenby the hierarchy B xheptheftec a theield11Yitee l1 toPolePropagmnde With tall approbation trainTtomeis country made their report to fo L Py JI 0- it WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee March 31 New Musical Comedy Hit My Friend From Dixie 40COLpRED STAKS40 gortof all colored shows Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Best Feats 25c Night Prices 2Sc 3Sc SOc 75c AVENUE THEATER SundaynQueen of All Comedy Dramas Bunco in Arizona BASED ON LIFE IN WEST Introducing Indians Cowboys Tender feet and Brave Women in a play full of striking situations and climax- esrorvLnRrluats BNight Sunday and Holiday Matinees 8lac 20c 30c Dally Matinees 10c ISc and 2Sc- ti HOPKINS1 THEATER rtigh Class Vaudeville AND 3Motion Pictures CRNTSinous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses In Louisville Catering 1especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre productionsd BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- HeleotraPa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOBSCUULZTHE 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PhJKss 223 LADIES HATS Bring your old Straw Hats to ua and have tbam cleaned dyed and reshaped The only houseIn the city that carries a complete line ef sample hats Twentyfive new shapes to talect from Falls CityI Straw Works BANNISTER Be CO 713 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 81oe year bve4l1ea IIYiat wilt prepnr tiwa for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE US W Broadway LouivUle Yy- Coaductit by the Xaverlan Brotfiera Cla Ical Sclentlflo and Business Conran Preparatory Department Large SwImming pool Well qufPp1 Gym turn Term Moderate BroJa Dlrpp Cardinal oaladtta Apostolic Delegatel and settled upon Haw thorns ui2oaeDl811 oater to atari their work planning later to dMTtop apostolic IOHoli lnoth r Mctlona af thr country Qurdlnal IINethflnttPWtoMn irtU name It for Uw do2 aa- n IQ 9- A r N N N ON N NNN EMBROIDERIESEXTRAORDINARY For Communion and Confirmation Dresses An Immense Collection of Fine Embroideries That Are Extraordinary m Patterns and Price EmbrolderySomethl1gexcepUonal are perfectly beautiful floral designs combined with the lace ef fects will make very effective dresses only yard 68c 5000 Yards Embroidery Inser tions and Edges 10c kind at yard p Cc 5000 Yards Fine 25ft Embrold very Insertions and edges beauti ful patterns yard 18c Allover iBmbroIdery Large ef fective patterns specially desirable for blouses or tunics yard Q4c Embroidered Crossbar Swiss A dainty material for waists tiny allover embroidery sprays yard SOc Special Match Sets Wide Dress Embroidery Beautifully embroidered on handloom machines ex tremely fine yard 250 Beautiful bands and Insertions to match Special Lot Wide Embroidery For Dresses All patterns entirely new French effects very sheer and lacy sale price yard090Y- Vide Embroideries For Dresses Dot of very choice patterns yard 48c 111111 AND To and our line kind in 434 fho Embroidery For Princess Slips Or SuitsLarge col lection of patterns mostly hand usually sells 50c yard Wf t20c sjFinej dainty patterns regular2Sc kind yard tic I 18Inch Wide Eimbroldery Specially deslrable forwaletss childrens dressessale price yard S4c 1200 Yards of Edges and In lOc value at 7c New of Embroidery For Christening presses 4G inches dainty patterns combined with Valenciennes laces finished with ruffled edge yard 74c Confirmation Dress Embroideries Exceedingly fine sheer Swiss patterns are very elaborate will exquisite dresses yard Sic s EmbrOldef1Of nation Babies On of lace Short and Embroideryiiembroidery ruffle edge fH gFOURTH i M HSYSNd1NlaN 0- eM Je MULLIN9 WALL PAPER 1 PAPER HANGING NEATLY DONE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Home Phera 677 M 712 WEST OAK STREET TG8ttSSS888ff8 HOME PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS eCHAS DECKEL SON iySjwL FURNITURE fr STOVES RUGS MATTINGS ETC 321 East Market St North Side Bet Preston and Floyd 23Sl M Me MULDOQN Practical Horse Sheer Handmade Shoes of all kinds Trotting horses a specialty All work promptly attended to and guar anteed Horses Called Per and Delivered 404 EAST MAIN STREET HOME PHONE 5579 f AWNlNOjSANDTENTS A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attended te Estimates cheerfully furnished i Kentucky Tent and Awning Co I BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST PORTLAND LAUNDRY L O OASPBRSBN PRORC- OLLARS CUFFS and I8c Per Dozen r FAMILY ASHINGCambi PboHf W 730 Home Pbeae 7300 2JO9 a61iPOROXANU AVENUE DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING HersM Called Per sad Delivered OFFICE AND POME 7IJ7IS SEVBMH STBVR cna e a Rogers i BOOK 6O PRAYER BOOKS ROSAJIES suit every taste Give us a can Ipee of loodtI Thy are the flMet1 of fhelr tits oity J Mac1 Mc AdiH- OIIftIt J8MWt JsffroA StrMLie ct ff- c 7 f Combination loom embroidered r or sertions Lot wide on a make I an I Dress a softfinished Rtay Phae 5887 hall Plies SfiF UENRYfUCUS FLORIST chore 560 Fourthvenuft l OPPOs11B POSTOYF1C Greenhies Clarks and Te tMStrtets 1 n II r4 b E 1 J gE TUOKY xrz H AJMERICANJI BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY VIA t IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield HK II tw I D J DOUGHERTY S J MCKLUOTT DOUQHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998CAftRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night WEST MARKET STREETffi231 t I t t t t t t t tfran wwl AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET I TELEPHONE 810 0 tJ fIBE W1HX8 OHAllr401i 345 KCLBIII- AUt10pRL kGALt1- tyc 1 s ski e+et 1MiM M u ii FOR 1 RHEUMATISM ONLY HAMPFMUELLERS RHEUMATIC REMEDY Works wonders on any Rheumatic sub iact regardless of the form whether- USCULARARTICULARSCIATIC or INFLAMMATORY actually relieves the pain after taking four doses and safe for the most delicate stomachs or systems For sale at all drug stores Oo and 9100 Prepared Only by KAMPFMUELLERS MANUFG CO IDS EAST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY HENRUA JI PPULS DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Dante Wearing Awirii WORK GUARANTEED Pb0na638 528 Fifth StrMt HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND Distillers and Wholesale DealI1I ors In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tetqrftww 1948 284 SIXTH STRUT HAVE OUR WAGON CALL AND DELIVER TOUR WORK TIEKNEYTil J oII Clea ig tM Preset el Ls4teBa84 boats QanuitB All Wwk Gaarsiteei 1833 PtftlaMi AreI4a Meatyt3i Then I HOME PHONE 2222 RUBBER TIRES Henry A Grassman Practical Horse Shoe r and- Wagon Builder SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO LAME AND INTERFERING HORSES r HORSES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 14 1I e 16121614 WEST MAINST J 1 J f t AL a t + uia+ + 61 A s t 6 e l t n a I ti n t THOMAS KEENAN 1- Fosial Okector lid Erbalrnsr TELEPHONE 865 All ealli promptly attended ttvdsy ornlghU Carrl2ei furhed for all occuioni 1226 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY GMBALMBR Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty DUMB PRONE SOUTH 000 HLBOSSEaSONi Funeral Directors and Embalmers G1Q J3J3JH i AVENUE Telephone 1022 John B Rattermanl 1 117 W MARKET ST J Funeral Dlrecior and Embalmerri Telephone 1190 JHENRY tfUNOLDI Dxu1l m Sttflr nd FillY GrlCl1lft A FIRSTlLAIt SAMPLE AIM IN OMNECTMN V a rII Old WblsklM a Specialty J- I HMM MMM 41M 524 yy Pie WAN T n P 11 UP THEY 00 Ten More Applications for V Vfackln s Coming- In1Uatlon Members of Mackltt Council were elated Monday night when President Frank Adams announced that ten more applications had been received for the April Initiation which will be celebrated with a banquet The present administration has set out to make the largest gain In the history of thls excellent organization which will be continued until the membership reaches 1000 Visiting commit tees reported that William Oalktgtier and Joe Gathof continue to improve The Social Club Invited tho members to the dance to be held at the club house on Easter Monday for which extra preparation Is being made The proceedings wore enlivened by a spirited debate that will be con cluded at the next meeting For the April meetings tho Entertainment Committee has arranged interesting programmes and have some things above the ordinary in store for the members Reports from the Opera Committee stated that satisfactory progress was being made and that May 7 8 and 9 had been selected as the dates for the producti- onDIRECTORS Elected by Columbia Athletic Club Tuesday Night The Columbia Athletic Club In compliance with Us articles of in corporation at a meeting held Tuesday night that filled tho now clubhouse at C21 East St Catherine street elected the following Board of Directors Will Dennes Chair man Ben Beckman Joe Kraemer Will Larkln Ben Speaker John Schalda Peter Koch Henry Metten Harry Rothgerber and Alfred Heldt There Is much enthusiasm In Germantown since this club haSsbcured Its own home and before the meet ing adjourned eight nqw members were obligated Reports from the committees were read showing that satisfactory progress was being glade and that a splendid dramatic entertainment would bo given by the club at Macnuleys Theater on Easter Sunday night ANOTHER FINE WINDOW The work of placing another fine stained glass plndow In the Cathedral will commence the first of next week and be completed for Easter Sunday This window will represent the Resurrection and will bo ono ofthemost artistic and beautiful to be seen in this country Upon all sidesjj are hoard praise for the good taste and judgment displayed by Rev Father Rock In the selection of the windows that will beautify the Cathedral PROMOTION FOR HIGGINS Edmund F Higgins who for thee past several years has beon a foreman at the local freight offIceof the I C railroad has been appointed to the position of freight agent at Central City and will take up his new duties the first of the coming month His many friends here wish him suc cess In his new location- PROTECTING PEDESTRIANS Mayor Philippe of Covington last Saturday Issued orders to the Chief of Police to strictly enforce and ar rest all persons violating the ordinance which provides that the speed limit of automobiles within the city shall not exceed seven miles per authoritiesmightprotection of pedestrians and thereby prevent a recurrence of the terrible accidents of the past year SEMINARY COLLECTION Tho collection In the Catholic chufches of this diocese on Easter Sunday will be for the support of tho diocesan students This Is important to Catholics and they should con tribute as liberally as their means will permit BENEFIT EUCHRE The young ladles of St James parish at Edenslde have secured theafternoonwhen they will give a benefit euchre ana reception for the benefit of their church For this event they are making extra preparation and assure all who attend a most enjoyable evening CATHOLIC OmtDRENS PAPER ExtensionSoclotypaper every month called The Child Apostle it Is edited by one of the priests of the society specially for twentyfivecentscopy or better still send tewntyflve cents In stamps for a years sub scription for your boy or girl Ad dress The Child Apostle 1133 Mc Cormick building Chicago HI ANOTHER FOR NEGROES Thatplans for the opening In the Ohio capital of a school for negroes under the auspices of the Catholic church had been completed was announced by Bishop James J Hartley the Columbus diocese last Sun rday It woe stated that the building alone will cost 10fQOO and that the financing of the Institution has been provided for Mother Catharine Drexel of Philadelphia will come to Columbus to take charge oftheschool when It IIB opened EVANS ILT CBLBBRATIOV Trustee Under Peter the Wa1lraththe Catholic KnlgtU branches of KvanivlUe are making 4iaalya preparations for a joint farthwl whea they celebrate the thlrtyflfUi annlVenfcry ot their order nfcxt month It in propped toe t I D 0 n The Adler Southern I Piano Style R Hrabilu18ndSweet IIGenuineII Scale scientifically and mus icnllycorrectTone and tender as the dawnt tEasy and responsive action This grade cannot be bought from the retail dealer for less than 300 No middlemans profit be tween us I Our price for this magnifi cent instrument direct from the factory to the hom- eS187550 We sell only retail ADLER MFG CO INCORPORATED MAKERS OF NIGH GRAOE PIANOS TwentyNinth and Chestnut Louisville Ky rriAND i faster j I Clothes i Ready j ft I AT I I LfVYsj THIRD AND MARKETII rbe Bright Spot In Loulsrllle PETER M AND RIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET begin tho festival day by receiving holy communion and in the afternoon a mass meeting WJI1oohed In the Knights of St John Hall ST PATRICKS DAY Run up the starry banner beside the flag of green And let them wave together above the lively scene Twin emblems of proud manhood for each a hearty cheer And may they float In triumph for ever and a year Hats oft and glory to them let every heart be gay For who would not be cheerful on good St Patrlcka day A glow Is on the slllsldes the slopes are turning green The wide pools in the pastures have gained a warmer sheen The west wind whispers Courage the willows branches glow Tho world regains the gladness that left It long ago The streams are singing sweetly each In Its ordered way And who would notbe hopeful on good St Patrick day The lover sings with gladness the world li turning green tIer doubt and drdeparting have left the malt serene The storms that roared BO wildly peaceTheand joy and lope Increase iMen meet again ax brothers their L quarrels put away For who would 1I0tbelloving OB good St Patrloki darl Largo draped hate of ebanmafele otlk male a stage roe of wine bright hue aitke only tri attbg u ro INTERESTING tr1 Paper Read at Division 4 A OH by S JMc J Clllott At the meeting of Dlvlsionf I A O H Monday evening an interesting paper on the life of Archbishop John McHalo Bishop of Tuam was read1 by S J McElllott and was much en toyed by the large number of members present The article in question told of the great work done by the Archbishop in his struggle to per petuate the Gaelic language and his fight for Irelands liberty At the time of his death April 1881 the London Times in Its characteristic bitterness said He died as be lived an unregenerate Irishman hating England Tho article was so much appreciated by the members that Mr McElllott has promised to prepare another along the same line for the next meeting The application of Martin Higgins for membership was received and the Visiting Committee reported that Treasurer Brady was now the only one on the sick list Prayers were said for the reposo of the soul of the wife of John J Winn who died recently and the following committee was appointed by President Hennessy to draft suitable reso lutions on her death John J Barry Thomas J Langan and D J Rellly AGREEMENT Irish Leaders and Premier Asquith For Home Rule Home rule for Ireland was the subject of another twohour conference in London last Saturday be tween John E Redmond T P OCon nor and John Dillon the Irish leaders and Premier Asquith and the other members of tho Cabinet in charge of the home rule bill The date of Introduction of the measure In the House of Commons Is now specifically settled for April 11 Chairman John Redmond Is particularly anxious that all the disputed points should be disposed of before the Parliamentary adjourn ment over the Easter holidays dur ing which the Irish convention is to sit In Dublin CUBS AGAIN With pleasant weather tomorrow a regular midseason crowd Is expected to be on hand to see the clash be tween Jack Tlghes Colonels and the Chicago Nationals who the astI couple of days have been giving their regular lineup a trial with our locals Many of the Cubs are familiar to the fans here among 1 them being Johnny Evers Joe Tinker Frank Chance and Frank Schulle to say nothing of our former Colonels Reggy Richter and Eddie Lennox who was a big favorite here last season and who was responsible for many a pleasant thrill here with his healthy swats of tho ball There is no loubt In the minds of the ran here about Lennox making good wih Chicago as it was the consensus of opinion last season that ho was head and shoulders above any third base man in the association Although a little early to predict It looks like Manager Tighe Is going to have a ball team here that will cut some figure in the association race and above all a team that will bo fight ing until tbo lost man Is out whlfo Is Just what the rooters want and hope for AUDIRNCKS J According to press reports Pope Plus X who has been indisposed suffered a slight rise In temperature Tuesday night but his general condi tion Is considered quite satisfactory The bronchial congestion had dimin ished and the physicians announced that there werd no alarming that11heences of the Pontiff will bo extended until after Easter so as to give him a thorough rest A TOUCHING CEREMONY A touching ceremony WIlSWIt nessed In Westminster Cathedral In London recently when a number of missionaries men and women of various religious communities as 1 sembled for a farewell service before departing to the uttermost parts of the earth to preach the gospel This was the first tlmo that such a service had been held In the Cathedral It is noteworthy that among the various representedtwothlrds Irish nationality CHURCH HAS NURSERY To enable mothers with small RightRevpastor of St Peter church New Brighton L I has established a nursery In connection with his church where the little ones are taken care of until the services are concluded CONVENTION OF CHARITIES The Most Rev Archbishop Glen non of St Louis will hold a con vention of the Catholic charities of the diocese Immediately after Eas atade Paul Society and requested the VlncentlanB to send a committee of five to represent it at the meeting MANS TRUE SIDE sideWhena maw of faults and ulna doing a good thing it IB pretty small business far todiscount thatheOf his defects the more eager ought we toba to recognize his merit thoughItapprovalthattrows and amounts to anything I U 1 ftANKs IINCORPORATED 2 Brewers and Bottlersp ILOUISVILLE KY Ii OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent jintf Pure A proved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANZ 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 U Fair ly Ue Order a Case for Your homerTTELEPH- ONES Homo 76717672 Cumb West 69 t = 1 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCO fINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY 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five divisions of Ladles Auxiliary Springfield lass has organ a company of Hibernian Rifles Five banquets were held last week by divisions of the order In Utica N YMontreal Hibernians closed thet year by Initiating a class of membersNew of their own are being acquired by a number of divisions In ConnecticutDuring past term there was iIncrease of over 300 members Providence IL I President Hourlgau looks for a big attendance at the meeting of Divis 3 next Monday night The Ladles Auxiliary recently stituted at Gloucester Mass now numbers 350 members The fund for the erection of a 1 bernian building at Blnghamton N Y contains about 5000 With a new division 200 strong Springfield Mass Hampden cou shows a gain In membership of o 300West Virginia will have several In itiations this year the first taking place April 14 at Wheeling when a large class will receive the degrees Two hundred boys escorted the Hibernians to the altar railing on St Patricks day when they received holy communion In St Marys church at Dunkirk N Y Reports show that there are m than 1000 members of tho order Trenton N J and that the cou bas 11000 In funds an Increase 1000 over last year Division 1 will have an Important meeting Tuesday night and there tore President iCusidk urgos all the members to be present Several new members will be elected Annual reports show a great growth of the Ancient Order in tbeast Sew England States Since the 1 national convention eight new divis- Ions have been instituted Wednesday night Division 2 will meet at Sixth and Walnut and an Interesting session Is looked for President Ford and the delegates toens the County Board will submit their reportsPleasing features of the fifteenth anniversary of the Ladles Auxiliary of Bridgeport Conn was the Initiation ft thirtyeight members and the oresentatlon of a beautiful loving cup from the New Haven auxiliary The Ladles Auxiliary will have much business to transact at the meeting Wednesday night Miss or Implane gramme for the coming season will be decided Besides the Ladles Auxiliary 600 or more men were in line when the Hibernians of Manchester N H r solved holy communion on St Pat ricks day At Nashua the two divis j theIauxiliary numbered over 100 John A Hughes prominent fn the nights of Columbus and Catholic Knights of America Is County President 1 of the Ancient Order at Mobile Ala President Hughes was a res- Ident of Louisville for a short time some years ago and has many friends hereTexas Hibernians will ask the national convention to change the a fortYfIveIsthe order many men In the primp of life Could the father be taken iIn I the sons would also become members The suggestion Is a tlmoly one and should meet with favorable con derationWhen at buildingMobile 63i of the Hibernian St Patricks day parade through Royal street there was a stirring demonstration o StripesCloatedf1I staff and every son of Ireland in the l parade uncovered his head The J march was stopped and one of the oftheWITHOUT WARNING Accidentally stopping from the rear of a caboose In which he was LoutShaugbnossy CentralThursdayreachhimFourteenthOakShaughnessy for Seventeenth street He Is survived Shaughnoasyd sistersemten HOPKINS THEATER use The till at the Hopkins Theater varlatyandoxcep tionally features abillofthedialogueand the thin highlyamusing thlthatlatest moving pictures will complete the unusually attractive bill which fir will be changed Thursday tug DEATH OF TIM GRIFFIN bestknowndiedthere Mlse Griffin is proprietor of the Falls NestGreen rival Griffin Wai custodian of the Statet House formnyyear Indianain ways decorated Tpmllnson Hall for plete jerJ THE 2 FAVORITES ol Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL I0c Cigar thoLITTLE A J zed5cCigar The cigars without an equal la quality sad flavor Homemado Unionmade andthe bestmade for the money For sale at all dlspelisers 102AMAKERS RPco SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET anSSOCIETYS DIRECTORY r onA O H InDlViSi 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Firit Hland Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cusick Vice President Charles J Flnne gan myRecording SecretaryAnthony J Tompkins erFinancIal Secretary Joseph F roll Financial Secretary Jos E Far roll 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler Sergeant atArms=Louis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION 2 fleets first and third Wednesdays Odd FolloW Hall Sixth and Wal streetsIn Fordstyco ofTreasurerJames Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel CKeefe Financial Secretary John J Keaney 1607JJumesnll Sergeant at Arms J Char Obst SentinelEdward Brannan DIVISION I Meets First and Third Mondays Ilnoteehth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice PresidentS M Maloney Recording Secretary Thos Stev Financial Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatArmsrJamea Steve Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth blond Bcrtrand Hall Sixth Street Presldent John H Hennessy Vice ProsldentThoma Lynch RecordlhglSftiretary John J B ry Financial Secretarvr Thoman Langan 807 West Oak Treasurer Harry J Brady SergeantatArmsJohn Colema- e Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILLB Meets First ant Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice PresidentS E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grodjr Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerlJAColl SergeantatArms Michael Gage r rlty SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon V M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Clu House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA C Lin Second Vice President William Rlhn f1FlnanclalSecretnryWm Link Os Corresponding Secretary George feats TreasurerRobert T Durke tarshalJoys Sheehan Inside SentinelPeter Andrlot OutsIde Sentinel Joseph Higgins Democratic conventions and for St I Patricks day celebrations He wasi known to all the old time IndianaIi I I I politicians and beloved by them Ho was burled from the Cathedral at Tuesday AVENUKJ THEATER The Avenue Theater productionl 1 the coming week will be that queen of comedy dramas entitled Bunco In Arizona depicting esting scenes and Incidents In Interjalj n life This clever piece was by Lillian Mortimer for her own and will be presented here by the I original company whch includes some noted Indian characters CASINO =ORPHEUM The picture programmes for next week at the Casino and Orpheum are strongest that have been seen In city for many a day and will doubtless attract large audiences to two favorite moving picture With the triweekly changes there will be a variety of trun films all Interesting alasand Instructive and vlthout anything suggestive or objectionable turn COyiNGTON A message received Saturday from Marguerite Moore daughter of streetCovingtonin Rome Italy sites Moore enter the Sacred Heart Convent Girls the MtsrnallCity and there com were her atetdleeI IJ o IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Justice Wright at the Cavan Spring Assizes said there were only three cases and none of them was of a serious nature Ata special court at Newtown gutter a man named Hugh McAloon was committed to Omagh Asylum as a dangerous lunatic All arrangements for the draining of the Owenmore river have been completed and the work will com mence at an early date Dill Keens aged 102 and his wife live in a tumbledown house on the flog of Annagh Dill Is a very active and healthy centenarian- Dr Shiel Medical Officer at Bawn boy Workhouse County Cavan hsbeen unanimously appointed Medical Officer of the Swanllnbar district Dr T Hennessy of Clogheen W Fogarty of Inchnamuck and Dr J Power of Ardflnnan have been ap pointed Magistrates for County Tip porary The system adopted by Magistrates givingIlrpersons drunkenness Is working very satis factorllY As a result of the sea encroach ment at Ardmore County Waterford the Catholic church and national schools are stated to be in danger of destruction The death in his ninetieth year occurred at Castlerea of William Elwood Deceased was Master of Castlerea Workhouse nearly half a century ago Sir Alexander Shaw J P pre theJs socatlou and was reelected Presl dent unanimously pulleyestriking him on the head a young man named Frank Devine a belt sewer In Dromalane mill sustained somewhat severe Injuries The Llstowel Guardians have by a large majority elected D HI Leane to the position of compounder in the Workhouse There were five candi dates two of whom withdrew The parishioners of Oulteen and Ballymacward bade an affectionate farewell to the Rev T J Joyce who has elected to take up the adminis tratorship of Dalllnasloe 1SThere were three applicants for the Sollcltorshlp of Dundalk Rural Council made vacant by the death of voteayas ap uolnted by eight votes to six cast for S II Moynagh therbeen signed In connec GlenJscene a famous eviction campaign and the thataarousedthe country Fourteen candidates applied to the Limerick Guardians for the position of master shoemaker at a salary of thirty shillings weekly without rations In a final poll Patrick byfortytwoArthur Lysaght of Pennywell The Galway County Council at its quarterly meeting coopted Michael McDonagh of Headford as member for the Headford district in room of J A Glynn Chairman Irish Insur ance Commissioners and T G Grif 4 tin was elected Chairman in room of Olynn P J OMalley being chosen i as Vice Chairman The extensive flour mills at Kenii agh six miles from Longford to havetdestruction of the mills Is a serious LongfordWestmenth had wheat ground there in large quantities each season AVALXUT THEATER The Walnutstreet Theater will next week present ttly Friend From organization with new music new songs and dances and a fresh line of bright comedy The company consisting of lover forty people Is a strong one with a well drilled chorus and the scenic outfit stage settings and cos tumes are lavish while many novelties are interspersed throughout this sterling piece of humor LEAVES LARGE FAMILY Ambrose Ryan a well known farmer and respected citizen ofr thertjI I pleaseIr Ryan 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