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N PATRONIZE Second and VOLUME XXXNO Z LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 1913 PRICE FIVE PROGRESSIVES I Have Several Tilts in Election of Their Governing Board Surprise Many by Snubbing Dun can Clark maid Spurning Grins tend New Political Leader a Teacher Under Present Hoard of Education THE LATEST ANNOUNCEMENTS As predicted in the columns ot the Ketuucky Irish American a short time ago tim Progressive ship In local politics is already beginning to strike the rocks and squalls in its voyage tho election of a Board oi Governors the local controlling power last Monday evening causing some sore spots in the ranks of the heretofore active leaders who were defeated for newcomers In the party Duncan Clark the Herald editorial writer who has been lauding the Progressive movement to the skies and lending his every effort to pave the way for Progressive victories was snubbed for his pains not being i able to run in the first five in the balloting Another new patriot ex Mayor James Grinstead who would like to run for Mayor on their ticket was rebuked by several ot those present they claiming that he had not entirely renounced his claims to Republican honors and should come in tho ranks as a private before de siring to be a leaderITho biggest obstacle in their path and which is expected to diminish their strength Is the different posi tion they find themselves in from the campaign of last year Then it was easy for them to present a united front behind Teddy Roosevelt their leader and Ideal but It Is a different matter now when a possible chance at the city and county offices is pre sentable the original Progressives being kept busy watching the latest recruits and deserters from the Re publican ranks to keep them from grabbing the nominations One of the amazing features In local politics in connection with the r a teacher at the Manual Training School and who has seemingly no regard for the rule supposed to have been established by the present non political Board of Education that is that no employe ot the School Board be allowed to actively engage In pol itics Prof Ragsdale is not only busily engaged In giving his views on the faults ot the Democratic adminis tration according to his thinking but ho is also devoting much of his time to organizing and securing recruits for the Progressive party According to any disinterested observer the Progressive Is certainly classed as a political party and if the Board of Education who were elected on a nonpolitical platform have changed their views from preelection utter ances they owe the public an ex planationSquire Franch Dacher and William Steltenkamp have announced their candidacy for Magistrate and Con stable respectively in the Fifth Magisterial district subject to the action of the Democratic party and it is expected they will have no op position Squire P T Sullivan and T Jl Riley are expected to officially announce In a few days for Magis trate and Constable In the Seventh Magisterial district while Squire George W Berry and Wat Bowman are already engaged In a hot race for the Democratic nomination In the Eighth district with Councilman Tom Dolan as a prospective third entry J Polk Garr has announced for tho same office in the Fourth dis trict and many predict he has al ready had enough pledges to insure his election AUSPICIOUS Beginning of New Year For Division 2 Ao1Div- ision 2 A 0 H took formal possession of Its new homo in OCon nell Hall Thirteenth and Oak streets on Thursday night ot last week when County President W J Connelly Installed the officers for tho year 1913 Despite the cold weather the hall was well filled and as vts itors there were present State Presil dent P 7 Welsh County Secretary Tom Langan Michael J Breen and delegations from the local divisions Ifolowlng the Installation ceremonies County President Connolly expressed hlmsailfi gratified with the attendance which was an auspicious beginning He urged the division to respond to the call of State President Welsh for action this year and to render every assistance toward tho success of the St Patricks day cola brattoa In concluding President Connolly congratulated the members on the choice ot location and hall which should help make Division 2 ono of the strongest in Kentucky Presiodnt Con Ford Introduced State President Welsh who made a derhosInterest ia the order He pleaded ytHb the members to cooperate with i I ri lj 1 I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANEAT CENTSI phir their officers and tendered his serv ices whenever they were desired President Welsh also urged the dl vision to do everything possible to promote the study of Irish history Others called upon were the editor of this paper M J Breen Count Secretary Langan and Vice President Thomas Lynch of Division 4 who Invited all to tho big Initiation to beheld In Bertrand Hall For the dlvie lop exCounty President Joe Lynch John J Sullivan W T Meehan and James Welch were the speakers and Insisted that members and visitors remain and partake ot the hospital Ity of Division 2 A palatable colla tion was served and an enjoyable half hour was spent in wishing the California division success in Its new home TRIBUTE Paid rather Rileys Mother by the Pall River Globe Though she had attained a great age the death of Mrs Mary Riley the venerable mother of Rev Father John H Riley of Shelbyvllle which occurred at her home at Fall River Masswas widely regretted The esteem In which she was held was evidenced by the public and press the following tribute being paid by the Dally Globe Mrs Mary Riley wife of Daniel Riley and one of the oldest and most respected Catholic women of Fall River died last night at her home 335 President avenue after a linger ing illness Deceased was seventy nine years of age and up to a few years ago had enjoyed the best oi health she was always in the finest of spirits greeting her friends with the same kindly words that charac terized her whole life About two years ago she suffered a paralytic shock the results of which she con quered temporarily but which finally weakened her and sapped her strength away until death brought to an end the life of one of the most Intellectual and refined women of this city Mrs Riley was born In Borehaven County Cork Ireland In 1834 and came to this country with her parents In the year 1844 They at once started in business and in a very short time had won the respect and admiration of all their neigh bors for their thrift and devotion to church affairs Mrs Riley was one of the very few Catholics who could boast of the fact that she received the sacrament of confirmation at the ceermony of the laying of the corner stone of the present St Marys Cathedral which was at that time t1tolt ttJlP cllUrcio f whfI h- Rev FatherEdward Murphy was t erector Mrs Riley was blessed with- a splendid memory and remembered the event of the confirmation very vividly Bishop Fitzpatrick of Bos ton conferring the sacrament In 1856 she was married to Daniel Riley Her matrimonial life was one continued state of happiness and devotion for her husband and chil dren whom she held high above all other matters about her The couple were blessed with three chil drenDaniel W Riley the well known real estate broker Rev John H Riley a highly respected priest of ShelbyvUlo Ky and Miss Jennie L Riley of this city who will re calve the sympathy of the com munity In their bereavement When the sad news of Mrs Rileys death reached Shelbyvllle the people there at once telegraphed their sym pathy and a floral design and ar ranged for a solemn high mass of requiem upon the return of the bereaved son POSTPONED A O H Initiation Set Por Monday Evening March 3 At the regular meeting of Division 4 A O H Monday evening in Ejrtrand Hall it was decided to postpone the planned initiation from February 24 to a specially called meetlpg on Monday March 3 this change being made necessary on ac count of Forty Hours devotion at the Dominican church on the former date The campaign for new mem bers is still on the follwlng being received at the meeting John J Toomey John J Hogan Pat OHearn Dave Burke Joseph Mee han James Kenealey E L Morlarty J M Flynn and Robert Hennessy eight of the above being proposed by Vice President Thomas Lynch who is endeavoring to break the State record Harry Brady WlHIam Kelly George Masterson Joseph Hanrahan and Paul Schnelt were elected to membership and from the present outlook It only a good per centage of the applicants now await ing initiation will be present the class initiated will be one of the largest In the orders local history Sympathy of the members was expressed for John Winn who returned from El Paso recently In a precarious condition and Is not expected to live County President W J Connelly who was present delivered a few remarks on charity one of the cardinal principles of the order SIGN BABE RYAN William Ryan whom everybody knows as Babe one of tho best known men connected with amateur baseball In Louisville has signed as manager for St Anthonys team in the Cathollp Baseball League The Germans are fortunate la securing his services as he will keep hte team fighting for the pennant It to per tarn that the other teams will now kite a strong rfel Itr the boy from Twenfytuird and Market who are out to be leaders in the raoe I- fo S OLD SEE Celebration Porto Rico of the Lnmllng of First Catholic Bishop I CardinalFarley mid Distinguished Prelates Will Take Part Translation of the Itciualns or the Famous Ponce de Leon ARCHBISHOP DLENK TO ASSIST ArchbishopdistinguishedPortoRico thefourBishopInpress have received Invitations from DElshopat the celebration for which ex progressConcerning Porto Rico the New York Freemans I Journal says editorially New York City is talking of cele brating in a befitting manner the three hundredth anniversary of the first European settlement on Man hattan Island which took place seven years before the landing of the Puritans at Plymouth Rock Mass It will be news to many to learn that a hundred years before these historical events a Catholic Bishop landed onIAmerican soil An Invitation sent us by the Bishop of Porto Rico In forms us that the four hundredth anniversary of the establishment of the American hierarchy is to be com memorated in a suitable manner Cardinal Farley as the central fig ure at the four hundredth anni BishopManzotho church has made on this side of the Atlantic From the humble be ginnings of four hundred years ago she has seen liar children growing in numbers till now they are counted by StatesiCanada Alifamily that has for Its spiritual head the Vicar of Christ If Bishop Manzo could revisit the scene of his pastoral labors and be present at the coming celebration at the Cathedral of Porto Rico he would find that the doctrine he preached to the natives is hold and taught by Cardinal Farley and by nishop Jones of Porto Rico How different would be the experience of cno of the Pilgrim Fathers if he visitingIIthat the doctrines he and his con temporary Puritans held as sacred are scoffed at as superstitious and untenable Our suppositious Puritan would seek in vain for that doctrinal continuity which Bishop Manzo would have no difficulty in finding if he could be present at the celebration of the four hundredth anniversary o his landing In Porto Rico Cardinal Farley will officiate at the first of the anniversary services a solemn high mass to be celebrated Sunday morning February 23 The Following day Archbishop Blenk will officiate at a special service when the remains of Ponde de Leon the First Governor of porto Rico who died in his quest for the fountain of youth will be placed In a crypt In an elaborate monument erected in the CathedralNone the dioceses in the United States can compare in age with the diocese of Porto Rico While St Augustine Fla was an established community and had a church In 1565 yet It had not become a dio cese until 1870 The first diocese in the United States was that of Balti more which was created In 1789 New Orleans became the next diocese In 1793 while Now York Boston and Philadelphia were created as sees in 1808 and are the next oldest With the coming of this anniversary celebration many Interesting bits of church history have been dug up from old records Archbishop Blank was the first American Bishop of the island He reorganized the church along American lines and did much to bring the people to an understanding of the new conditions and cordial appredta tion of the good wishes of the Gov ernment In their behalf Ho was beloved by all and during his seven years residence made many warm lifelong friends who now look forward with pleasure to seeing him once more FATHER OF GOVERNOR Peter W Dunne the sturdy splendid old IrishAmerican citizen who is the father of the new Governor of Illinois was born in the netghbor hood of Kings county Ireland as was also his son the Governor Both are proud of and loyal to tim land of their birth butup W as he is familiarly known is one of the old guard physical force mem 1 whose patriotism not even the snows of eighty winters can cool In the dark and dangerous days when phy isical+ force meant bearding the Eng lieh lion la his den the elder Dunne wai In the heart ot the Venian movement and went rer from this country to the old land to brink aid- a I J j I and words ot cheer to James Stephens and prepared to shoulder a pike or a musket the moment the head center gave the word for the rising P W still cherishes the hope of an Irish republic as warmly sixtysevenHoand useful citizen of the great city of Chicago where he has spent so many years of his Ute and where he held important and responsible ap pointive municipal office In days gone i byEYENINI POST r Still InIIProposed Schwind Ordinance Although exposed iIn recent state mbnts of the residents of West Chestnut street ib regard to the Schwind switch ordinance Editor Knott still continues his pernicious againsttheJ Preuss one of the resident owners His main charge against Mr Preuss which he repeats over and over again is that Mr Preuss now rate clerk of the State Railroad Commis olon formerly worked for the L and N railroad but does not explain what bearing that has on the case even though that gentleman was Iin twentyfiveoutsider seems as If he must certainly have been giving satisfaction to his employers Mr Knotts anger seems to be greatly aroused because the members of the General Council wont allow the Scliwlnd Brothers who are partners of the Evening Post In the coal business to construct a switch in the neighborhood of Thirtyfirst and Chestnut oven though it may injure the property oi the residents who are protesting unanimously against the ordinance To show that Mr Preuss Is not the cnly objector the following names are signed to the protest P H Haley 3010 West Chestnut J A Hughes 3018 West Chestnut Miss Katie Dahlem 3021 West Chestnut Eo R Pullon 3019West Chestnut H A Appling 3009 West Chestnut K Rammnrker 3007 West Chestnut W J J Prliegs 3017 West Chestnut W J Sandmann 3001 West Chestnut J M Corkfldale 3012 West Chestnut H A LaRuo 3006 West Chestnut Mrs Carrie Geisel 3014 West Chestnut all of the above being owners of their property RECENT lEATHS Thursday afternoon the funeral of Thelma Rosele bjUpMiraauBhtjir i of fir snnd9rAfrstih l he logic Mace trout the fafiilly residence 1532 Lytle street with interment St Louis cemetery The little InI vas only ten months old but death leaves desolate the home her presence made happy Monday morning the remains of Mary McCuo widow of Charles Mc Cue were laid to rest in St Louis cemetery following the funeral mass at St Pauls church The deceased was seventyfive years old and Is survived by a daughter Mrs W P Elliott 1214 South Brook street with whom she resided Many friends and relatives mourn the death of Mrs Catherine Fread rezear whose funeral took place Thursday morning from St Eliza beths church of which she was a dcvont and respected member She was sixtynine years old and re sided at 915 Mulberry street Several children survive her Mrs Catherlen Graham aged eventytwo was called to her heavenly reward after an Illness at the home of her son John Graham 1502 South Fourth street She was anoldLouis Bertrands church from where the funeral was held Monday morn- Ing The heartfelt sympathy of a legion of friends goes out in fullest measure to Anthony Huckenbeck and family 823 East Madison street who suf fered the loss of their beloved five yearold son and brother Victor early Tuesday morning following an Ill funeralnesstook placer Thursday morning from St Bonltncecburch The funeral of Mrs Susan Dougherty one of the most re spected Catholic women of this city and one who Is sincerely mourned by a large circle of friends who sympathize with the members of her family was held from the Cathedral with a solemn requiem mass Wednesday morning Mrs Dougherty was seventytwo years old and the widow of Eugene Dougherty for many years a leading shoe merchant of this city She was one of the pioneer members of the Cathedral congregation and surviving her are one son William Dougherty and five daughters Misses Lizzie Ros ella Sallle Dougherty Mrs Maggie Dougherty and Mrs Joseph floss Michael Dougherty the Market street shoe dealer Is her brother NARROW ESCAPE James Farrell residing at 2926 West Kentucky street had a lucky scape from being run over and killed Tuesday night Although he was hurled high In the air l1nda shoe was torn from his right foot when inbound Hi and N passenger train struck his buggy at Second arid Cetnral avenue he escaped with slight bruises The horse Farrell mass driving was injured the veklclo was wrecked and a mule hitched be hind the buggy waa so badly crippled tKat gfficereef the l4outk Louisville substation shot it to end its suffer itiL u MENACE Speaks Disparagingly of the Mental Caliber of Its Readers Would Not Have the World ut Large Get Its Secret Edition- 11lisstatoetents 1111110 and Con ecalincnt of Issue Prom Re gulars Exposed DOESN7 BEAR THE UNION LABEL I In addition to their organ the Menace and the Menace clubs the people behind that publication also make use of another means to further their purpose a socalled TheCentralCentralVerelnof this private edition bearing tho IssueIsregular Issue of the Menace and contains no advertising a mark It you will of Its private character The twofold object of this secret encouragethegreater efforts for the success of the thelimuethings that we would not care to have ty Catholic press and the world at large get hold or The statement that the Menace people have things to talk about that neither the Catholic press nor the world at large shall know is charm Ing In Its simple frankness The statement too that the Menace has thousands of readers who probably would not understand even after an explanation the things that the private edition has to say Is beautiful in Its childlike candor but not a bit flattering to the rank and file of the Menace readers We wonder what they would think of the Monaco If they were to discover what It thinks and says of their mental qualifications It Is a rare thing indeed for a publication to speak thus disparagingly of the men tal caliber of its readers Such an attitude reflects stranjely upon the t tSU1llteh specsla+tahpo whom It considers Incapable of understanding things even after ex planationIIt Is characteristic of the Menace that It uses this private edition rather than a regular edition to acquaint some of its readers with platform In column two page ItsI It announces its Position and Platform taking up threequarters pageoneold guard calling the men t d the aboutpoliticalMenace subscriptions the mailing I severaladvertising columns of the four page issue and Our Answer to the Catholic Press takes up no less than a column and five All in all mat a half of page would ter that the average reader understand quite readily unless In deedand that Is an open question the Menace reader is Intel1ectuallY below the level of the averageMonaca reader apaper itself seems to take for granted But two there Is an article which on page probablYreadersthe Menace should not read Tn the article entitled The Menace and the Union Label the editors make a feeble at tempt to reply to the query Wh loesnt the Menace bear the union label a question that had been put to the Menace by a number of trade union papers They try to persuade their readers that they have only three compositors and one printer pressman in their employ who could come into consideration as possible members of a union Mind you four men handling an edition of allegedly 480000 copies In the same issue are shown several pictures one or them representing our two big Goss presses in aotlonl Everyone can readily Imagine that one press man can not possibly run two presses alone If ho doesnt handle them alone there should be some help eligible for membership in a union And apart from this misstatement or partial concealment of fact there Is a deception implied in the assertion that these men could not form a local the reader being led to believe that the matter must rest there The editors conceal the fact that such men can take out traveling cards and be members in another local say in Kansas City St Louis Chicago or some other city The fact is that the Menace is trying to hoodwink its 30000 men on the firing line in thU private edition as well as its 480000 readers Apart front the mlsstatements made and the concealment of this issue from the regular readers the fact remains of general interest to Catholics that the Menace can and does employ such means as a secret edition for tho purpose of carrying on Its propaganda and furthering its Own cause Catholics should learn at least this much from this fact that nonCatholics and opponents of the church are far more energetic and much keener for the advance ment of their press to further their destructive work than Catholics ate for thn good constructive work their own press stands for There is such a thing as an jfetttolat of the press and It deserve the warmest support and encouragement l GIRLS HOME i Annual Election of Directors of Catholic Wom ansClub The regular monthly meeting ot the Board of Directors of the Cath olic Womans Club took place Monday and a great deal of Interest was manifested In the proceedings There were twelve members of the board present and Miss Maggie Judge the President occupied the chair The annual election of officers of the Board of Directors will be held on ouhthosepaid up will be allowed to vote In view of this fact the Catholic Womans Club hopes that all members who are In arrears will take enough Interest In this election come forward and pay their dues rtnc vote for the various candidates The polls will be open from 8 oclock In the morning until 8 at night A minstrel show will be given for the benefit of the club some time after Lent The young men who are to take part have been rehearsing for some time and expect to give one ol the best minstrel performances ever seen In this city Tickets will soon bo issued and any assistance ren dered will be greatly appreciated bj the good ladles who are maintainlrg this excellent home for girl- sVINCENTIANS Quarterly Meeting Sunday Afternoon Largely- Attended The quarterly meeting of the local conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society was held Sunday after noon In the large hall of the Knights of Columbus on Fourth avenue with an attendance that was most gratify President John J Caffrey pre ling and a goodly number ot new members were enrolled Excellent reports were made by those having charge of special work at the School of Reform tho County Jail the hospitals and the local sanitariums Re ports from the conferences gave great satisfaction and showed that during the past quarter an immense amount of charity and relief work had been done some of the confer ences even incurring debt In assist ing destitute families Rev George M Connor pastor of St Williams church delivered an able address upon charity and the work of the St Vincent de Paul Society He was hisWordsall who heard them Rev Father Donahue of the Cathedral and Father Deppen were called upon and spoke words of encouragement to the Vlncentlans who are doing noble work Sunday morning the conferences attended their respective churches and the members received bodyISociety charity is organization In the world but so quietly and unostentatiously does it work that but few realize the field It covers and the good done During the past three months thousands have been assisted from Its treasuries and in all cases without the humiliation ot display or publicity or discrimination as to creed race or color TRINITY COUNCIL Opera Committee Prom ises a Great Operatic Production Trinity Council Y M I had another enthusiastic meeting Monday night Members were elated when the social club announced that Its Initial series of dances had proven a social and financial success the at tendance on Mardi Gras night surpassing any in the history of the council Tho committee to whom was efererd the matter of building anew annex have been in conference with the architect and will have something definite and Important to report next Monday night Several members whose names are on the sick list are reported Improving The ashearsalsand much Interest was being mani fested along these lines The work of this committee is now well under way and it is predicted that Miss Dolly Dollars will prove the best and most difficult operatic comedy production ever attempted by local talent The Dolly Dollars Booster Club Is Increasing in membership rapidly and it is hoped that the young men of the council will take an active Interest in its work Trinity will have a good class for the Joint Initiation FUNERAL OF VETERAN The funeral of William Butler a veteran of the civil war whose death occurred at the National Soldiers Home at Dayton Ohio was held Wednesday at Sts Peter and Paul church in Danville where ho formerly resided He had atained a ripe old ago but for many years had been in tho Soldiers Home- PREPAElNG Archbishop Messmer Roy Peter Dietz and Judge Cummings have begun the work of preparing for the American Federation of Catholic Societies which meets in Milwaukee next August The first meeting ot the Organisation Committee WM held In the Planklnton House I at Store I UNIVERSAL Ia Papal NOble BeenOpened World Catholic Youth of All Lands to iBe Recruited in Honar mj Body I Ftout America There Are Al ready FortyTwo Seeking Membership ECONOMY OF THE HOLY FATHER The Now York Times of last Rome Sunday has a cablegram from itscorrespondent which bringsthe Interesting whollriflecl1 that Pope Plus ffis slowly and steadily carrYing out his programme with which ho beganpontificate ot the greatestsible economies pos devotefll i spreadotthcllUrch0 in Leo the VaS Pen in his short drives Gardens used alwaysto appear In state escorted by momhere ot the Noble Guard on horseback and sideofWhen Pius X was i first raised to the chair ot St Peter the wasthing to stop any pleasureconsistsgardenssonofficialtariess or sign The PonUCicalstablesinactive after Wlllch months WeregIven thenforthe NobleGuard has been attendanceantechamberJrgivenbyPontiffTolargelypaid siutothisIsmembersItaconsiderable XhasThemembers farfrompaytheyJJ 1J1inllintlr recruitediPontifical States but open to the Catholic youth of the whole world bodymore ij scope tobodecisionhascome from foreign countries especially from Spain Ireland Austria and Poland From America there are fortytwo candidates belonging to dis tinguished Catholic families chiefly PhiladelphiaBaltimore r 3t Louis Other applications come from Catholic FrenchCanadians claiming almost as a right to belong to the new body of the Noble Guard as de scendants of the Canadians who belonged to the Papal Zouaves MAGK1N N Secures the Joint Initiation of the rails Cites Y M I Another member was received into ifackin Council at a fairly attended meeting Monday night when the Y names of Patrick Mullarkey F J- ElthJ B Blandford Robert Os borne Charles Cronan and J E Desmond were placed Qn the sick roll Louis Kieffar announced that a team was being selected and that the Mackin Gymnasium Club would be entered at the Federation meet that will be held in the Armory the latter part of March Mackin Coun cil was chosen as the place for hold ing the joint initiation of the three Falls Cities councils tho date for which is April 13 On the morning of that day the members ot Unity Trinity and Mackin and the candi dates will attend mass at one of the centrally located churches and ap proach holy communion in a body A committee is arranging the days programme and will be spon ready to report For tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock the Literary Committee has arranged a mock trial that will prove bcth amusing and interesting and the entire membership is urged to witness it Maoklns special com mittee Is working out the plans for the now club house and gymnasiuml and at the meeting Monday night will report the advancement thus far made j I IIOUIISI D For the coming week the Forty Hours prayer is announced for the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway These beautiful devotions will begin tomorrow morning at the high mass which will be ele rated by the Rev Patrick Walsh and will be cbricludtfd at the wrvWje Tuesday evening For several days the Altar Society ladles hAvo been decorating the sanctuary which wtlttpresent a brilliant sightI with H p many lighted candM atad beautiful lowers Father Walsh will be asr slated bysaveral of the local priests t1 1- t rT KENTUOKY YYzISH I1rIiiHYUAhw B 1 G 1fiMER16fiNK 1 Tried to the Social and Moral vaoceraeaent otr Irish Americas and CaAellcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ye Bnttrid at tka LonlirllU PottoHle a SceoodCli flatter Mdress all Coniaanlcatkas to tbs KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreen St i TRADES IAact UNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY IS 1913 SIMPLY ABSURD Walter F Wilcox supposed sta tistlcau aud sociologist makes the absurd statement that recent Immigration is apparently killing off tho older American stock that the largo families of less desirable parent 1 among the classes where surround- Ings are not the best are placing a check on the progress of the country His wires are crossed else he woul recognize the undeniable fact that the older Americans ho refers to are Tot leading the same simple and religious life as their forbears who themselves were Immigrants The element he admires is decreasing because of the laxity in observant of the laws of God and the growIng evil ot divorce It is from the larg families of the Immigrants that this country has derived Its strength and advancement It Is not immigration that hurts but the taking after eugenics and other crazes that woul decimate and destroy the strongest nation America is young yet and should welcome all who will aid iIn the development of her wonderful resources PASTORLESS CHURCHES In the Baptist Western Recorder of this week we find the following from BenJ Urton We made a little trip some tlml ago and learned that there were sev Ural pastorless churches and trot what we could learn about the cause they were trivial One church the pastor was called befoer he married It must be remembered that the females are a very Important part of our Baptist churches A your preacher is very popular amongst th sisters until he takes unto himself a a wife after that his popularity has decreased about 85 per cent I know whereof I speak because I hay been over the ground I can hcartUJ sympathize with any young paoi that becomes a marked man because he can not please all his co igrega tion neither can he marry all the ant to be a preachers ltilfe Nor url1 b mea eonin- s law to as many as would like to havei a preacher for a soninlaw and whoIabout two out of three members have marriageable girls think their daughter is the most suitable woman In the community for a preachers wife Now brethren remember that a preacher is just like you were when you selected your wife you had to use your own Judgment without tbe advice of the community and iit you had taken the advice of all your neighbors you would have had more wives than the law would have allowed you or you would have landed in the State prison or would have figured in the divorce courts whicl ro respectable Baptist will allow Now a llttlQ advice to young preach ers dont enter the pastorate until you have selected a wife Comment on the foregoing would only be space wasted TRACKING IN RESPECT Cardinal Gibbons in a sermon in the Baltimore Cathedral the first of the week declared that it is time that some of those calling themselves Christians call a halt on their lack ot respect for the season of Lent and their utter disregard for the rules and observances of the season Re ferring to those who are breaking the Lenten rules the Cardinal said Thoso who go to the seaside to the mountains or to some other re sort to spend the Lenten season when they consider everything dead are to be censured They are not obey itfg the command of the church to spend this holy season in repentance for their sins They Imagine that by going off to some restful place they arc observing the rules which forbid social gayeties They are as much to blame as those who dance and enter into other forms of amusement Dances card parties theaters fend every other form of amusement should be cast aside for the forty days STUDY AFTER SCHOOL The municipality the State and the United States have established eight hours as the legal working day for manual workers Prof William Wiener does not think It right or even humane that we should work young boys and girls five hours at Mhool and then set tasks that take litany many hours at home If the common eight hour law applies td g the adult for manual labor he can not comprehend wbyit should not Tfee enforced la favor of the growing school child Under present condi 1 Lions fit JMon assignment the con t selentiouB children come from play to the VMtac meal hurriedly auralcl low that and then work at boonI until bedtime In this way not onl do they menace their health but they lose the association with parents andI the necessary appreciation of famil relations and Interests To this fs iInI his judgment partly to be attributed I tho childrens rampant disrespect tor parents and elders who can not un demand or know their offspring because of lack of association WE KNOW EM The Louisville Herald is surprisedI that the Kentucky Irish America does not espouse the Progressive cause Sorry brother but we know the patriots who are now loudl clamoring for Progressive principles but always with an eye to the mat chance SPIRIT OF TILE WORLD Right Rev Benjamin J Kellej Bishop of Savannah touches a deep note and one that strikes at tlie greatest evil of pur day when ho discusses The Spirit of the World that now pervades society to such a extent as to crush out the though of God and all that we owe to Him Bishop Kelley truly says that worldlinesc Is the prevailing sin of the day and its chief mark is relig ious indifference He holds up wIth tho power of a master hand the pic ture of the church that tells us that wo were made for God and must serve Him all the days of our life if we would be happy with Him it11 the next and the picture of the worn that would drag us from his most sacred and solemn allegiance and our eternal end- Everywhere there Is a breaking away from old traditions a tearing down of Christian Ideals We fine this In home the school room th university the marts of trade Bishop Kelley calls upon the people to recall the simple and sublime13 teachings of the catechism and tcI shun the world and worldliness for God has the right to our loyalty oui love and our very lives Up to a late hour Thursday theree seemed to bo little prospect of a settlement of the differences between the fiftyfour Eastern railroads and their 34000 firemen the efforts enf the United States Commerce Court to bring the two sides together hav ing failed It was then thought ia strike would be called which would for a time paralyze the railroad busi ness of the country The whole question now hinges on the method of arbitration the railroads contend fag for an Independent board off seven and the employes Insisting upon the differences being settled by the United States Commission cre ated under the Erdman act There should beta generous response tomorrow to the appeal for the Indian and negro missions Car dinal Gibbons points out that while the Indian and negro are materially the wards of the nation they are also spiritually the wards of the church Hence the cry to the Catholic body to come to the as sistance of the commission conducting this great missionary work in our own country Senator Root must have been tak ing a long sleep He says he hasnotl heard that the protest of Greatl Britain against the free passage provision ot the Panama canal actl was inspired by railroad interests oft Canada acting with the great rail roads of the United States People of Louisville will not forget Mayor Heads stand on the publici Lighting and heating merger He has protected their Interests throughout its administration Time should betaken for careful consideration of all propositions no matter from whom I hey comes I Women will not be allowed to 1 Iartlcipate in the Inaugural parade pt Presidentelect Wilson This decision was announced Tuesday at Washington The womenly women lOwver will be well represented by heir husbands sons fathers and 1 brothers The Catholic Sentinel of Portland 1 thoreforty fourth year of Us existence 1 i AblY edited and fearless a welcome visitor to Catholic homes may it j I njoy continued success and grow more vigorous with the advancing cars IRoY Father McKenna OP andt Mooney of New York 1- CitY founders of the Holy Name b- ciety can rejoice over the results J IItbrought overtheir labors which 100000 men into the Holy Nami ranks during the year 1912 President eolet Wilson will not make public the names selected fo Cabinet positions until they are sent to the Senate for confirmation on March 4 BACK TO ERIN Maguire Returns With Big Fortune He Made I Here When Owen Maguire left an IrIshr cabin away in Connemara fortyflvit years ago to seek a fortune in thi I United States no one realized tha ho would one day become one of the most flourishing merchants In hl8 native Galway At any rate this iiIsI the prospect that now presents Itself tn those who have lived to remember the barefooted youngster who set out on his career with a passage tike to St Louis one suit of clothes which he carried on his backand something like 3 in his pocket which was subscribed by sympathetic neighbors quite as povertystrickci as he was himself Twelve months ago he returned to Ireland and sur veying the scene and calculating tho prospects he decided to spend the remainder of his days in the home of his fathers The land upon whit he had spent his youth had no longer any attraction for him The Indus trial activities of the United State had almost caused him to forget tha 1he had ever seen a plow or dUJ potatoes on the mountain side Industry combined with well directed speculation in mining has helped Maguire to make his pile In the United States and with 250000 which he says he has at his command he is going to set u g I a huge store in Connemara whit- will have a capacity for supplYing the whole of that region 11FRATEI1NATJ INSURANCE I The troubles of several fraternalI insurance societies recently overrates indicate the insecurity that the members find InthoSe societies the I are not established on sound bust1 I ness principles Most of the Catholic fraternals are started with one purpose In viewto furnish high salaried positions for their organiz 1 i I ers They usually hold out the inducement I of a very low rate of insurance It Works well while they are rapidly increasing In membership but inevitably the time come II when the death rate begins to male heavy drains on their resources and a raise in rates is the only alternative to prevent bankruptcy I Meanwhile the members have DII paying their rates and the 13bave been drawing comfortable sal- arIes 1 The rate was an unsafe one all along and the officers knew but they had their salaries and th I I members thought they were being protected When tho truth dawns upon them they are too old to seek insurance elsewhere Theratee forII the old members must be raised order to drive as many as possible I out of the organization or else ruin must be faced Then the real trouble beginsWe have had ceveral examples olf t i this during the past year or so lr nonCatholic fraternal Some years ago one or two Catholic fraternal Insurance societies faced the same problem The solution was not factory to all concerned but It was probably the best that could be found under the circumstances Now alll our Catholic fraternals are on a safer basis But the bait of cheap insur anco still leads many of our Catho lic men Into the newer nonCatholic I fraternals Some of them are now learning the lesson that they should have learned long ago But they would only learn by bItter experience But that experience should be a warning to others to beware of the getrichquick for the officers low I rate fraternal organizations We omit the argument against membership In such societies that might be based on the score of re I ligion The Church looks upon all them with disfavor she absolutely prohibits membership In some of them to Catholics The business 11 sons against them are sound and plain enough to appeal to the ordinary I man Omaha True Voice WHO HE WAS Patrick Walsh the former South ern Senator journalist and Mayor to commemorate whose memory a statue is to be erected at Augusta Ga was born in Ireland in 1840 and came to Charleston S C with his parents in September 1852 He began his life as a printers devil Whatever schooling young Walsh had was gained by his own endeavors Before the war he attended Georgetown College but when war broke out he returned to Charleston and with Capt SImonds organized a company in which he was elected First Lieutenant They were stationed at Castle Plnckney but whenI his two brothers entered the Confederate army he bad to resign to aid in the support of his parents and iisters and his brothers families working aa a printer on the Charles ton News and Courier After the rtar he moved to Augusta Ga where le worked as a Journeyman printer on the Augusta Constitutionalist ifterward becoming Its city editor In 1866 he became editor of the1 niroriicle which he subsequently wned Jointly with Gregg Wright then a well known Southern pub t- IIclstMr Walsh was also associated rtth Father Ryan the poet priest of I the South in the publication of the Janner of the South He was madeII general manager of the Associated Press in the South and afterward became general manager and treas rer of the Southern Associated teestt EMISSION BY JESUITS ta The Rev Father Rock rector of 10 Cathedral of the Assumption has announced that a two weeks mission ill be given there to be conducted b T some of the ablest and most elo oat member of the Jesuit order will open on Sunday March 2 and 11 e10H oa Palm Sunday March II fe J ONE DOLLAR month keep you on the payroll in even of disability caused by sick yourto be tection proII rivnMissI 1I week In New York City and the East Miss Rose Bannon had as her guest Jaat week Miss Alice Toner of Deer Park Miss Virginia Meagher Is in Frankfort visiting her grandparents MrIand Mrs Louis I WeitzelII Miss Viola Sweeney Is In Nashville iI visiting Miss Mamie Dutlnger at her home on Eighth avenue Mrs Thomas Lynch had as her guest for the past week Miss Mar garet Lynch of West Point Mrs Charles OMara of Nashville was this week the guest of Mrs Laura Feaman Crescent Hill Mrs John P Hanley Crescen Hill Is home from a pleasant vIsit to relatives at Newport and Paris Capt M J Hogan of the polic department is out again after a- couple of days attack of la grippe Mrs Tom Sweeney has had as her guest at her home in South Louisville her little niece Miss Maggie Kline Miss Margaret MoKenna visited hero last week the guest of Miss Alice Curtln at her home In Crescen Hill gMiss Hortense B Twyman of Cov Ington was here on a visit this pas week as the guest of Mr and Mrs J J Driscoll- Mrs Annie B Harbison who 11as been visiting her sister Mrs Thoma E Wilson has returned to her home at Shelbyvillo Miss Helen Gathof has returnee 1from Nashville where she spent n month visiting relatives and was ex- tennlvely entertained 1Mrs James OConnell and daugh HighlandstweroMrs rIn Parkview last week ITo the delight of her many friends Mrs P F Walsh who hap been III 1oC grip at her home on Third street is again able to be out rsMiss Abbie Chester of Pope street 11111S been visiting at New Orleans the past three weeks as the guest oft Mr and Mrs George Kirn eJohn F Oetkln and wife of Nov Albany were among tho number who spent last week in rest and recrea tlou at West iBaden Springs Mrs S Everln South Louisville had 4ns guestsylast week Mrs John Lanalian and daughter Miss Anna Belle of Chattanooga Tenn M J Gathof was a Loulsvlllian registered In New York City last week and much sought after by the big dry goods men of the metropolis sI1Irs John OFallon and daughter Miss Ethel OFallon of St Louis who have been at The Seelbach left Wednesday for Washington fo visit Mrs OFallons daughter Mrs Mulliken Eugene McCarthy who is Identi fled with the local meat packing Interest will return today from Chicago where he has been spending the past two weeks with the Cudahy brothers For him the Kentucky Irish American expects to soon make an interesting announcement SHAMROCK SOCIAL CLUB Well knownmen and women of that section of the city known as Sligo and which includes the terri tory in which Is located St Williams parish kayo organized tho Shamrock Social Club and predict for it a successful career The first public entertainment will be given on March 24 when the members will entertain with a euchre lotto and dancing party at OConnell Hall 1220 West Oak street The Sham rock Club Intends giving a number of socials for tho residents of that vicinity and will fill a long felt want SEWING SOCIETY ELECTS Last Friday afternoon there was a large and enthusiastic attendance of ladles at tho annual meeting of the St Anthonys Sewing Society Mrs Mary Walters one of the founders and an Indefatigable worker for theI society was the unanimous choice for President for the ensuing year The annual eUchre for the benefit of the charity patients of St Anthonys Hospital will be given April 16 and 17 at Phoenix Hill Hall I WALNUT THEATER George Sidney Carrie Webber and a cast of clever singers dancers and comedians will be seen at the Wal lutstreot Theater all next week commencing Sunday matinee in the bIg 1913 edition of the musical fun uccess Busy Izzy One of the s eatures of this remarkable enter alnment is the number of song hitst hlch are sung by the principals sandI t- a chorus which can really sing d I ngagement includes the usual matinees CREATING PUBLIC OPINION Messrs P W Collins and David e Goldstein both well known antiIlecturers are again entering J pox new lecture tours under tbeIIof Itthei end shortly after Easter and both speakers will again be at the disposal f other parishes and societies thennThe numerous lectures which in the lut two years bare been arranged bye Central Bureau have proved altetor in moulding public opinion onts- r i TRANSYLVANIA1NSURANCECOEt Catholic Childrens Magazine The Child Apostle is a little mag- I nzlno published monthly for Cathol children It Is filled with storIes and pictures It costs only twcnt five cents a year Send us twenty five cents in coin or stamps for a years subscription for your boy 01 girl Address The Child Apostl 1133 McCormick building ChIcago ruISocialism and social questions Pai deIsiringMay would do well to arrange ins soon as possible to allow the local committees ample time for necessar preparations and thus to assure the success of the lecture All requests for further Information addressed to Central Vereln 307308 Temple building St Louis will receive prompt and careful attention It may also be of interest to know that just lately an AntiSocialist Lectur Bureau has been opened by nor Catholics at Washington D C MINSTRELS AND CONCERT The minstrel troupe of St Augustines church for colored people announce a grand concert anll minstrel performance for March 26 and 27 In St Augustines Hall 1308 West Broadway The performances and programme for this year will surpass those of the past and as they will be high class there is no doubt of the success of the undertaking the proceeds of which will be to as- sIst Rev Father Felten in his labor for the colored people- SPIRITUAL RETREAT The Dominican fathers of St Louis Bertrands have been conduc ing a spiritual retreat for the community pupils and alumnae of Presentation Academy Fourth and Brecklnrldge since Wednesday Tho last services will beheld today There was mass each morning at 830 oclock followed later by prayers and special instruction COMES OUT EARLY Homer L Ryan a well know young man of Jeffersonville and who resides with his parents Mr and Mrs John Ryan 411 East Nint street has announced that ho wll be a candidate for the Democrat nomination for Ctiy Clerk WITH THE SICK Members of the Louisville nolle department on tho sick list the past week included William OConnel John Kenley William Hutchinson J J Murphy Nick Carey Fran Rush end James Savage All aro re ported improving with hopes of soon being able to return to their posts LEXINGTON Officers of the Holy Name Soclet of St Pauls church Lexington for the year 1913 are John J LubY President J P Sullivan Vice President W L McGinnis Secretary John Scully Treasurer Under the able guidance of these enthusiastic Holy Name men a year of good work for the society is predicted Tho monthly talks of Father Curry th worthy chaplain are a source of Inspiration and encouragement that the members appreciate SPRING RACING Tho thirtyninth Kentucky Derb will be decided over the Churchill Downs course on Saturday May 10 It promises to attract the greates field in its history and likewise the greatest crowd There will be thir teen days racing at tho Downs am twelve days at Douglas Park Racing stars in both the Juvenile and older classes will be brought here whirl i renders possible the most spectacular thoroughbred sport Louisville hasI ever known CLOSED PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS Acting under the direction of thet Board of Health of Evansville Ind squads of police Wednesday took possession of seven parochial school buildings forced the dismissal of the pupils and locked up the school houses In all 2000 scholars were summarily ejected from their schools end the teachers forbidden to open up until every pupil could show a certificate of successful vaccination Tho action came as a result of the Board of Healths ruling that all unvaccinated children must be barred from attendance One thousand scholars are out of the public schools under tho ruling ONLY A STEP Cardinal Gibbons last Saturday expressed gratification over the passage of the amendment to the Nevada divorce law The legislation which fleets Reno Is a step in the right direction but only a step said the Ordinal This must be borne In mind I am a firm believer tnal- aw rendering tho obtaining of a Ivorce impossible and although It Is better to have certain limiting statutes lo the various States than none at all the Christian people of he nation should not be satisfied o allow matters to rest where they i are at the present time SOME COLD An American and a Scotchman were discussing the extent of frostI porionco in the North of Scotland Why its nothing at all com ired to the cold wo have In the States said the American I recol ct oen Winter when a sheep Jump g from a hillock In a field became ddonly frozen on tho way and stuck in the air like a lump of ice But man explained the Scots inttbe law of gravity wouldnt allow that I kaowthatsaid the American i but the law ot gravity was frozen d tl II- It M NsHNMi WONl1 Oi s ees ThirtyFourth SemiAnn- ualEMBROiDERY l SALE i Continues with the most beautiful assort ment of Embroideries it has ever been our pleasure to offer Wide Dress Embroideries Very exquisite patterns in both the English eyelet and French effects combined with Irish lace 4CfirmationDress Embroidery On a good 48shoW42inchwldo Dress Embroidery i 48CyardWide Embroidery for Chil drens DressesPatterns are very 44cSwissI Allover Embroidery Will be much used for dresses specially 58csignsWide Embroidery for tho Long SlipsFinished with daintY ruf 48cveryCover EmbroideryOn IICorset Swiss large va yardNpatterns special QQnOU At 4c a Yard 3500 Yards In i 4cterns 14eyardinsertions edges 9e1Cyard Inches Waist 23eeach 8Icwidths 14eyard iHi AVCNUt uVCORPO0A7 STREET i iOS0eNe 0A NisNNN sGieNeisfe = n- ff1 The Last DollarIJn1m That you spent something you did not NEED have started I SAVINGS ACCOUNT with bank to bear COMPOUNDED 11- II year There MAY COME time when your DOLLAR I must be spent sometblag you DO NEED Tbe SAVING now the I dollars you might that hard time ever Title Savings Bank and Trust Co nFifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m ig WJ LADIESGET EASTER Bring your old straw and have them cleaned reshaped styles select Hemp specialty cleaned FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West North Side WALNUT THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Feb 16i The 1913 Musical Fun Success BUSY IZZY WITH George Sidney Carrie Webber And company clever singers danc era and comedians The latest song hits and chorus that can ling Tuesday Saturday Mat nees 2Sc- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc KNICffi OP COLBMBBS a Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The council at Wymore began early this year by initiating class of twentyfour Successful initiations at Batesvlllo and Notre Dame added thirtyseven more to tho membership in Indiana Close on 12000 people attended the charity ball of the New Chapter at Madison Square Garden Indianapolis Council has named committee to raise 50000 which will ho expended on addition to their building Dubuque Council celebrated the thirtyfirst anniversary of tho foundlng of the order and initiated class of seventYon- eCrelghtonUniverst lrorcheatra was present and rendered selections during the meeting of the Omaha Knights last Tuesday The fiftythree councils of Chi cago have Inaugurated campaign against Socialism Six meetings will bo held in the of the work On the occasion of its anniversary the council at Fremont in itiated seventy members making It one of the largest in the Toledo dloceM The team from Ore sixty candidates at Van louver B 0 this month The Most tIT T Casey Archbishop Va1J atConvent Embroidery On softfinished material up to 15 Inches wide plain large scallop Convent Embroidery For dec orating underwear and in the blind and English Convent Embroidered Flounces 16 wide desirable for underskirt flounces 75c44cembroidery at yard Embroidered Front LengthsEach length more than At 13c 5000 Yards of 12cEmbroidery Consisting of dou bleedged bands wide and narrow At 2o a Yard 1500 Yards In sertions and EdgesUp to OlnInches wide AS At 14c Yard 500 Yards of 25o Embroidery Consisting of allover embroidery corset cover l I fOURTM MARKET t ANH0 0i0i4Ni0 t Wl- I for would U this interest twice a a LAST for of are wasting keep from coming Ky hats dyed and Twentyfive latest to from hats a Feathers and curled Jefferson Street ST I li of a Thursday a York a an a a course Ohio Portland Initiated of 1 a 8 15 yard a o 1iDo- llarShirts f- or69c Negligee and plaited bosoms lightand dark patterns sizes 14 to 17 standard brands of 1 Shirts for 69c Tearingdownand cutprice sale allover the house LEVYSTHIRD couver the Mayor and prominent men of the city and States responded- to toastst at the banquet partInnail of the New York City Knights The drill of the Fourth degree was an limpressive spectacle Use very little bluing in washing trees fur the lace absorbs a great teal of blue To smooth an Iron plunge it while tot into cold water with a little soap alt 0 r I KENTUOKY ASH A ER10AN Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETo TELEPHONE 810 c 1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer I TELEPHONE CITY 365 t All palls promptly attended to day or night ij Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET GJOlttQi8aQff I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 t J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 8S East 1l ain Street t t D J DOUGHERTY 51 MCELWOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night q 1231 WEST MARKET STREETI t OTj- DFORTUNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CU INOORPOHATBD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS t t t t t I J crFIXK WINES L KaLaAOff i i 345 West Green Streetee XJQUOX 3YGAXIB I 1 1 ttWM j J All the late And sew Styles and Sl1De can be found here at reasonable pim Call and see us FO- RFurniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Ie e e eHERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distiller and Wholesale Deal en In Finest Brands of Ken tuck WhllldHespecl- allyPearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TilaptoM 198 234 SIXTH STREET CENTRAL FURNITURE CO 1 Incorporated N W Cer Third aad Green Sis We furnish the home cero plate OB easy payments WM CALLAIHAN Mgr Sates Bt U c FIRST CLASS COALBuy Large Clean Goal Fresh Prom The Xlati Dany TEADEWATEB LUMP 353 TRADEWATEB NUT 8333- TBADEWATBR I NUT AND SLACK 8260- PXTTSBUXOX LUMP M9B- TEJiJJOO LUMP 8415 BJ425STRAIGHTSLACK 300 All ru TOO Of VMO Pouts BEJDIIDIJIB WJI ozva TOU Tan BEJlJrtKUDSTJ FRANKEL GOAL GO EIGHTH AND ZANE Some nton City 9610 OwlittlAxa Voa Booth lOtfT EXPERT PIANO TUNING Voicing Action Regulating Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Homo Phone City 7105 H BOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers eio JFJBJH AV NUTelephone 1022 live your boys an ednoatton that win IntU tliem tot lift ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 119 W Broadway ijoilcrUl Xy Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Sclentlflo and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Poe Well Equipped Gymna slam Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr To clean ribbons sponge with alco hol and over the spot with some clean white soap During the pro cess the ribbon must be kept straight When clean jrlwse in alto hot and place betweea two towels Press out with allot ires J J n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnj the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Members of Division 2 will now work to bring their number up 1 to 200 Division 4s degree team is re hearsing twice a week for the coming initiationTreasurer James Welsh of Divis- Ion 2 Is always a willing worker for any Hibernian project The St Patricks day celebratloi gives promise of being tho best 1 in the history of the order Every member of the order should take interest in this years observance of St Patricks day The four divisions and auxlljarj will receive holy comunlon in a body on Sunday morning March 16 State President P J Welsh iis active in keeping the division officers living up to the letter of the law Dave Rellly has cancelled his trip to the inauguration on account of the conflict with Division 4s Initiation Division 2 has yet a number of the pioneer members in its ranks notably Thomas Hannan and Michael KeaneyOver 1500 persons attended the second Irish night entertainment of the Ladles Auxiliary at Man chester Mrs N HIPresident has been doing splendid work for the auxiliary in the New England States The Ladles Auxiliary will have important business to transact at the meeting next Wednesday night All members who can should attend All the Irish societies have re ceived invitations from the Now York County Board to participate in the St Patricks day parade on March 17 The feast of St Brigld the Mary of the Gael was fittingly observed by the Ladles Auxiliary of Providence R I who Initiated a class of nearly 100Division 2 has now a great field LynchJohnmake theirs one of the best divisions in the State The auxiliary Juvenile division of St Paul will be entertained this afternoon at a banquet in Minne apolis tendered by the Juvenile divis ion of that city The newly elected officers of the ladles Auxiliary of Manchester N- Hbegan their years work by Initiating nine candidates and re- ceivIng seven applications Visitors from the adjoining cities State and county officers and a number of the clergy attended the Joint Initiation of the division and nux llary at Claremont N H Division 3 meets Monday night and the members are urged to be present The programme for the text initiation will Do reported and everal Interesting addresses will be nadeDetroit Hibernians celebrated with snthuslasm the passage of the Irish home rule bill Hon T A E Weo lock formerly National Presl lent delivered a forceful and eloquent address Division 1 will meet Tuesday sight when President Tarpy will Jake some Important announce ments Martin Cusick and Thomas veenan will also report the arrangements for tho lotto and dance In honor ofSt Bridget patroness at Ireland a noteworthy celebration was held by the Ladles Auxiliary at Fort Wayne Ind An entertaining eature was the address of Rev Father Quinlan rector of the Cathe Iral REJOICING Over Action That Will Pro tect Irish Trade Marl In Ireland there Is rejoicing mong the Irish traders because the American Government has curtailed ho activities of the persons who were endeavoring to foist a pirated trade mark on the American people For years John P Boland member of Parliament for East Kerry and everal of his friends spent considerable sums of money and an un- limIted amount of energy to get the Government departments in England to recognize the Irish trade mark as- a guarantee of the origin of the article to which it was attached Every reputable manufacturer in reland uses it now but It came as a shock to them the other day to learn hat a colorable Imitation was being Iced in the United States It is noted in Dublin however with satls action that there Is every proba lllty that under the Democratic regime the tariff on Irish lace will be considerably reduced There Is a great demand for Carrlckmacross ace among American society women md It Is believed that a reduced AmerIcan tariff would mean In ireased trade In this article and con ilderably less emigration among the young women of the North of Ireland who make the lace and whore naturally awaiting the new Presl lents decision with considerable impatience WilY NOT PUNISH THEM The warlike women ot England are making their wrath felt from Jolm o Gloats to Lands End They are cutting telegraph wires pouring old Into the mall boxes and destroy ng orchids In Kew Gardens The Ives of the pelicans are In danger he violets and primroses In St James Park are doomed and the lucks and moorhens must be wary Jft they would preserve their lives Vo have already pointed out the iplendld opportunity for asserting he holiness of their cause these destroying women could find sunny mornings among the perambulators In Kensington Gardens Thousands lit upper middle class children could be marked for lIfe with very little llfflculty and BO abroad as living nemortals of the heroism of the uffraglsts of 1913 Meanwhile these I adlM are not making as much ota show of selfsacrifice as they did When they are convicted now and sentenced to fine or Imprisonment their fines are Invariably paid Why windowsmashers pepper throwen or destroyers of rare plants should be so slightly punished only the Liberal Government could explain There Is assuredly no reason why they should not be punished like common criminals There is no doubt what ever that their depredations can be checked whenever the Government begins to treat them seriously POPES SISTER DEAD Rosa Sarto sister of Pope Plus X died Tuesday In Rome of paralysis Sho had been III for some days and tho physicians in attendance had expected a fatal outcome She was Boventysevcn years old IRISH STATESMAN HElm Sir Horace Plunkett member of the British Parliament and author of note Is now in America He proposes to tour the country quite extensively bnforo returning to Ireland and is Interesting himself particularly in the development of tho new agri cultural credit system which is receiving the attention of American legislators and scientists Sir Horace started a similar movement in Ire lond In 1889 with tho result that in that country farming Is now as well organized an Industry as any other business Sir Horace thinks the farm lands of the United States are rot producing anything like the amount of food which the rapidly in creasing population of the country demands The best experts he says are unanimous that the yield per acre might be enormously Increased without any serious difficulty WAY TO ASSIST AT MASS Answering an Inquiring sub scriber who asked him to explain at what parts of the mass the congregation should kneel and stand Father Gannon writes In the True Voice At a low mass tile people out of respect for the Eucharistic Presence should kneel all the time except at the first and last gospel They stand while the gospel is read because it is the word of God However It Is the custom In some places to standI also while the Creed Is recited andI to sit down from the Dominus Voblscum after the Creed and theI Sanctus of the mass At a high mass the people should kneel down from the beginning of the mass until the priest Intones the j Gloria In Excelsls at which theyII rise anti remain standing until the priest hast finished It and then sit town until the choir has singing of the Gloria concluded They then standt up while the priest chants the i prayers before the epistle except at a requiem mass at which they kneel luring the prayers At the epistle they sit down They arise for the singing of the gospel and remain standing during the recitation of theJJ Credo If It be said at mass after which they sit down until the choir has finished the singing They arise when the celebrant sings the Domlnus Voblscum and again sit town until the priest Intones the Per Omnia beforo the Preface at whIch they arise and remain standing until the Sanctus The people kneel from tho Per OmnIa Imme llately preceding the Pater Noster it which time they arise and remain hus until the priest recites the Angus Del at which they kneel until the celebrant consumes the consecrated species after which they nay sit down until he sings the Dominus Voblscum when they rise and remain standing until he Is bout to impart the blessing They peel for the blessing and stand dur- Ing the last gospel LATEST IN STYLES The newest Jabots are of chantllly ace and satin In evening gowns the flowing or ngle sleeve Is new Three piece costumes will be very fashionable this season J Turbans of tulle and face are worn with evening costumes A color of the moment is Nell rose It is a deep cerise I Threequarter length draped coats are very much In fashion Some of the most effective froks have bugling aBa trimming Some of the newest suits have hreequarter length sleeves Picot edge ribbons promise to be very much used in millinery The newest evening wraps are short and threequarter length In veilings the soft silky Shetland novelties continue smart A marked eature Is the daintiness of the noshes and of the designs Malino will monopolize millinery trimmings this season It Is to- be used lavishly on all styles of hats and In all kinds of trimmings Fashion continues to provide for liberal use of buttons for ornamental purposes Novelty shapes In small izes will be especially prominent REGULAR OLD SHERLOCK Poor girl said the general manager as the young woman who had Just applied for a position as tenographer walked out of his emcee Whats her trouble asked his ecretaryIts bad that a girl who Is- so prettyone who might be living In luxuryIs compelled to go out looking for work because she refused to listen to her parents yes but I didnt hear her njen lon her parents- Evldentlyyou have not developed much ability In the way of making deductions Why would a girl with uch eyes such hair sucba com- plexIon such teeth such a beautiful face and such a figure as hers have to go out looking for work If she ladnt married against her parents wIthes SAVING PATENT LEATHER Patent leather shoes and slippers will last twice as long if you wipe them off occasionally with a soft lath that has been wrung out of live ol Keep the elotkl1aAmal1I tin box one that hass a cover and the oil will last a one tmtiI 1 r q IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Tho death Is much regretted at Mrs Mary Toner of Raphoo The death Is announced of James M Hamilton Town Clerk of Dun gannon J A Aiken has been cldctec Clerk for the Lack Petty lesslom districtThe Dungarvan Urban Council Is taking steps to negotiate a loan ot 10000 for the purpose of lighting the town by electricity Addressing the grand Jury at CountyCourtthem on tho state of Kings county County Court Judge Drummond at Garrick Quarter Sessions was pre rented with white gloves as there was no criminal business for dIs- posal The question of providing a new Court House for Athlono was dls cusesd at a recent meeting of the Westmeath County Council held in Mulllngar + Serious flooding has been caused In the Gurteen and Ballymoto dis tricts by the recent heavy rains and thousands of acres of land are under water The Klldysart Guardians adjourned a recent meeting as a marl of respect to the memory of the late Michael Garry who had been a member of the board Tune mystery surrounding the strange disappearance of Patrick McGerty of Belturbet on Christmas eve still remains unsolved despite a very diligent search An old and popular resident In Warrenpolnt has passed away In the person of John Grandy the founder of the well known painting business of John Grandy Co James WJ OReilly of Kllbeg who was a member of the County Coun cil Peter Taafe of Oldtown and Patrick Austin of Kentstown died recently In County Meath James Gavin Pat Kelly and Michael Clancy were at a special court in Ennls remanded In custody charged with the attempted murder of Michael S Macnamara at Llssy caseyA womens suffrage meeting hefd In Westport was subjected to much Interruptions such AS boll ringing toy bugle blowing and Mrs Cousins and Mrs Connery found It difficult to obtain a hearing Probate of the will of the late Philip OReilly of Calamber Streete County Westmeath has been granted to his son Percy who was named as one of his executors The gross value of the estate has been sworn at 125800 The death occurred at the Thomastown Infirmary of Patrick Ryan a farm laborer who had reached the remarkable age of 114 years He had been a heavy smoker and up to the last was in possession of his mental faculties Five candidates presented them Clerkshiplotand Petty tricts Tn a final poll Sergeant Tames Nulty was elected by thirteen votes to eight given for Sergeant MulcahyMartin Francis of Splddal was thrown from a van which he was driving In the Cashla Bay district and sustaining a fracture of the skull died soon afterward The horse attached to the van had shied Deceased was much esteemed and his tragic death Is greatly regretted- At a special court In Galway Thomas Hynes William Cahill John Mostyn John Devanny John Egan Thomas Mostyn and Thomas ODea tvero bound to the peace with an alternative of a months ImprIson- ment for alleged riotous behavior- at Cloneabrldgo on St Stephens lay By twentysix votes to sixteen for Richard Nunan of Kllmurry the Kllmallock District Council ap pointed P J Ryan of Knocklong to complete the scheme of laborers cottages tinder the 1908 order The other candidates were Messrs D J Coakley and H W OFlanagan of Cork DUBLIN Preparing Plans Pro a New Irish ParliamentHouse It has been the practice among the merchants in the North of Ireland for years to hold the Inhabitants of the South and West up to ridicule for their lack ot energy Industry and Initiative That cynical attitude can no longer be sustained in face of the tact that a well known firm 6f Dublin architects have been for twelvemonths preparing plans for a now rich Parliament House In anticipation of the passing of home rule The most interesting feature of the baTegivenregard to the matter and although it has been asserted that John Red mond was consulted by the head of the establishment In question the Irish leader has repudiated any eon nection whatever with the enterprise In the event ot home rule it has been forseen that the old Parliament House could hardly accommodate Senate and Commons and it Is this eonvictlojv that caused the Dublin architects to set out on their enter prlfie fiTS THE DANGER POINT A tippler with a very red nose got a days work as a laborer In a boiler orlts The same day be appeared spltaleforewith his nose smashed Good graclousl exclaimed the lurgeon HoW did you manage to et your nose smashed like that Oh cried the sufferer fI put my nose through a hole In the boiler for atff of fresh air and the man- ewttdewltbi t the hammer mistook it ter a red hot rivet And he enlyhi- tneethats all FRANK FEHR BREWING CO p Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KYiOUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KYtf Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 lI811 WIEDEMANN1ICOAPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellentSavM QRUBOR DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO1t- INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street J rew 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREEfT TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY OHNFOERTELCO e INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERS 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE nI Gtias fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of ti ir kind in the city INks Magazines and Religious Articles or BTXXT umacHiraox 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses teleotroPaIEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELERi Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS- A roast of veal will be greatly tm proved If larfled this prevents it being dry and tasteless when cooked la the directions for washing white silk sugar IB recommended alsol The silk should be washed In warm not hot water with pure castile soap then rinsed thoroughly In water to which has been added a teaspoonful of granulated sugar The silk garment should be washed fy itself THE 2 FAVORITES J of Louisville Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionsad and the bestmade forthe money Fee sale at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS Having purchased the entire I stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im r prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument ft CBe THOMPSON FJORIST1 ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AV3DNU BotkTelepkeaa 1OSO All orders receive prompt attests sad satisfaction guarant- eedDeliciousA Smoke PHONE CITY 2310 FOR JLEOPATRAlOGONDOLA lt A OMEOKa I r 1 1 IENTUOKY IRISL RIO t THE BIG STORE End of Season Said COME NOW AND GET YOUR SHARE BARGAINS HERE FOR EVERYBODY Suits Overcoats Furnishings Hats 424 West Mark St THE BIG STORE Foirth Between sad PHtb MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO y 0T I ITT For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE 425 427 and 429 East Market Street et+ NN t NNNNSSNNNNN- ff JAsJ NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON FNaughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only TelephoneUs and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS N1NWNNNNNNOONas Ii THERE IS A REASON FOR IT I The great popularity and demand tfor celebratedQUICK MEAL GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eQEHER SON 215 Market St near Second i Southern Star Block Coal arreJr PER TON Youll be more than satisfied with this or any other grade we handle Phone your order Home 510 Cumb S 10S8Y Yards First and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO INCORPORATED IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Oct the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated Opt and River Both Phones 2347 Alto operating HoosIer Wall Flatter Plant LonlivllU Ky JeffersonvlHe Ind Phone 6W This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter x BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM i BUT A FEW DOSES OF Kampfallers RHEUMflTIG Remedy Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by the KAMPF MUELLER MFG CO Louisville Ky Incorporated 4M J BMWOH P BAHHOH JR h J VEENEMAXr IIIPres b Mgr VlcaPres and Tret Secretary ll Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co 11INCORPORATED IfiMANUFACTURERS OF i VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- or Streets and Roadways Oflfci 528 West JeffirsM Street Works II la pry Bet 9lh udMk JI TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 12S2 Itttu+ Utttttt 011 DR J T CHAWK VeterinaryI Infirmary 713715 SOTJTH SEVENTH STRBJGT THi uue rt yam alec ZSH n ROSSA Famous Irish Agitator Closing ills Career in Comparative Poverty Sail to Be in Dying Conttitio at Staten Island Home Collected Vast Stuns in Amcric For His Countrys Cause WAS LEADER AMONG FENfAN When Jeremiah Donovan the Irish patriot adopted the name ODonovan Rossa fifty years ago and collected a sum said to have iex- ceeded 90000 much of Itfrom Irish girls throughout the Unltei States he promised to free Ireland by drastic measures The avowed aim of his life and purpose of the funi was the liberation of Ireland from English rule ODonovan Rossa now nearing his eightythird year Is said by the New York papers to be dying at 194 Richmond terrace New Brighton Staten Island where he lives In a queer ramshackle cottage with his wife and three daughters At the end of a stormy life ho Is In comparative poverty and the Irish Eocletles are about to give him a substantial testimonial in recognition of his perfervid patriotism whiled to Imprisonment and banishment- In his Life In Prison publIshed in 1899 Rossa wrote England has proclaimed war against me and forbids me to tread my native land and so help me God I will wage war against It until It Is stricken to Its knees or till I am stricken to my grave ODonovan Rossa Is as uncompromising today as he was In the days when he was confined In a dungeon with his hands tied behind his back eating his scant rations from the floor He was always a physical force man having little sympathY with those who sought for and rained compromises Continually at war with those who disagreed with him and his Ideas here and in Ireland and fighting against odds I he never ran up the white flag Born In County Cork In 1831 bother who was In fairly good circumstances sent him to school until 1844 Then came crop failures and agitations troublous times In Ire loud He becamo part of the Young Ireland movement His mother brothers and sisters emigrated tc Philadelphia and he was left alone at Sklbbereen apprenticed to a kinsman who had a store In a short time young Donovan had a atone of his own and was a leader In the patriotic movement fanned by the Fenian leaders In 1858 he became a full member In the Irish Revolutionary Brotherhood and next car served his first term In Cork Jail His business was ruined his country demoralized Still In the revolutionary movement he traveled over Ireland England and Scotland organizing Fenian bands In 1863 Ireland becoming too hot for him he came hero on a visit He went back after a few months be came Involved in an aggressive campaign and fell Into the hands of the English authorities and from 18GE to 1871 he was In Jail He was re leased only to be banished from Great Britain and her possessions In this country he published a news ieisparanmedInfluence and funds he collected hej still kept things stirred up In his ot native land although thousands miles away from It ot The Now York newspapers 3 1885 recounted the Chambertootingngstreet by Yseulte Dudley an English ttalnPd nurse who resented his ut encIteoffice In 1891 the edict of ment was raised and Rossa returned toi Cork where he was made Clerk Councll at a comfortable Countyof the Victoria as- a salary Queen jubilee favor granted him a full parllon But even the atmosphereof Cork was not congenial to- cnd firebrand and he namo back here his days to reminiscinterest literary pursuits In a collet- g antiquetoday as an tlon of firearms TUMULTY Secretary to Next Presi dent Is Man of Many Qualities younxherhlldreri was appointed private secretary to the next President of the United States Woodrow Wilson those who knew him brought their fists down on their desks and said Best appointment that could have heen made Will he make good Insnt he made good Watch him He will show Washington some things Joseph Tumulty is a youth I compared with most of his predeces Inexperience sors but by no meats a youth He has aeon thirtyfour years slip by Born In Jersey City from Parochialgraduated110 was schools and colleges and studied law being admitted to the bar in lP02 Then he entered politics and almost before the sign on his door was dry was elected to the New Jersey Legislature whero he served for becoming secretary fcur years before to Oov Wilson who has always rusted to his Judgment manyMitreswith He la a natural story teller He is one of the best public speakers In Now Jersey He is a wt and I- ijoke mUh with ft reputation that ilendi beyond the boundaries of tw ownh State He U fought after iota- eker at banquets as a stat SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XX- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday- sPresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDanIel McCarthj Recording SecretaryWalter Cuf sickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer muttSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will rams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentOfJ Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T Keaney ITreasurerJames Welsh J Cunninr I hamsenUuilThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays I Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan I Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn E PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes- Ion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArms John J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H HennessyI Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas 3 LanganRecording Secretary John J BarryTreasurerPatrick Conley I SergeantatArms Thomas Far rellSentlnelM J McDermott I I IY ivt i I MAOiaX COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth I PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn ton Second Vice PresidentJohn J LynnFinancial SecretaryA C LinkI Recording Secretary John R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry T Klbhey TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch I MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat zero attraction at outings of all kinds But he goes out but little Above an else he is a man of domestic tastes Whenever hg flnds an opportunity 1l he runs off tp llJ16tne In Jersey City and cuts up with his six children ranging In age from two months Ito nine years They are a remarkable group of children and are really and truly the apple of their fathers eye Theres nothing like children said the secretaryelect Theres more real Joy In an afternoon with a house full of kid than there Is In spending a year without them on a trip around the world They make the world go round our enough and provide the real joys of life i rrCOV1M TON Hibernians Rejoiced Ove the Return of ratherMcCaffrey I t There Is much rejoicing among the Hibernians of Covington because of the return of tho Rev Thoraa McCaffrey who was recently promoted by Bishop Maes to tho pastorate of St Patricks church Father McCaffrey has been on the honorar list of the order since leaving Cov Ington some six years ago He wit now become an active member and as this means much the order Is to be congratulated Members of DI vision 1 and the Ladies Auxiliary will honor their patron saint by relying holy communion in a body at 3t Patricks church on Sunday morning March 16 At tho last meet of Division 1 a committee was ling to take up the matter of the annual entertainment for 8t Patricks day Already the Colonial water through Manager John P Dunphy has been offered for the occasion State Secretary McBreen and State Treasurer Donnelly both jf Covlngton are pushing the indent Order In that section of Kentucky and It Is predicted they ivlll report o substantial gain In membership at the next State convention FATHER MURPHY mOSES The annual meeting of the Falls City Athletic Association organized last year and representing the Cath illc parishes of Louisville was held It Sutcllffes when the following officers for the ensuing year were chosen The Rev Richard Murphy resident Edward Wolfe Vice Pres- Ident and Corresponding Secretary Walter Wagner Recording Secre- T and Thomas D Clines Treas ircr Retiring President Babe Ryan although unable to glvo as inuoh time to the organization as formerly announced that he would ever bo ready to serve the association He was praised by the members for they he had guided the league through Its first and most trying year There Is some talk of an In crease In the number of ball teams and It may be that four more will be organized LENTEN SERMONS delivertheInKi ehurch Ecjonsjde avenue on Tuesd- AY evening at 73p oclock The Rey B H Wlllett 1to pastor of St J ieaf I MARTYR Story Connecting Valentine Fnv ors and the Saintly Roman Bishop History Makes Us Admire the Wisdom of the Early Fathers v Customs Observed In Honor of St Valentine Through the Age WISDOM OF THE EARLY fATHERS withoutthemembers of It are so eminently a respectable body by which to name some fashionable avenue to hold ja young peoples frolic They are never brought Into requisition as emissaries whose stainless hands are worthy to present our petitions before the great White Throne but to further levity by contrast with their gravity of saintlike demeanor 1Is considered quite effective by the so called smart world St Valentine IBishop and martyr says the Buffalo Union and Times 1Is made to serve as the patron of ia custom as far removed from the tenor of his penitential ascetic life as Is the east from the west Yet the story of the connecting link between the exchange of Valentine favors and the saintly Roman Bishop reveals a chapter In church History which makes us admire still more the wisdom of the early fathers They were such wise directors and custodians of the infant church when It was struggling to free Itself from the swad fling clothes of paganism- S Valentines date of martyrdom is February 15 In the year 270 Ho was so much revered that a gate In Rome now called the Porta Popolc was named after him Porta Valen tint As late as 200 years afterward the Roman youths and maidens stll persisted in following the ancient pagan custom of celebrating the festal of Pan and Juno by dropping Into an urn the names of their your men and women friends and then drawing by lot In consequence orgies followed which were opposed to Christian modesty and sobriety To guide a popular custom Into aright channel the Bishop of Ron transferred the feast of St Valentine 1111lowingthe urn the names of very yen al men and women as In former times they were obliged to substitute th- ames of saints And the saint whose name was drawn became the re- cipientsI dear St Valentine whose life he or she should imitate throughout the year In the sixteenth century the young people oC France began to relapse Into the custom practiced before Christian ethics gave a turn to It through the hands of the Bishop of Rome To offset this St Francis de Sales revived the drawing of saints names and the courtly saint die much to discourage the debasing of human affection by copying Indel- Icate heathenish practices All these precautions have tended toward the development of a healthy wholesome St Valentines day who oven our little folks exchange loving greetings with their parents In England long ago there was a merry practice of rising before dawn that ones valentine might not be sunburnt and greeting everyone with the words Good morrow tis St Valentines day The first accosted was obliged to pay a forfeit An old custom is the writing of ponnets on St Valentines day Away back In 1140 Lydgate the Monk of Bury wrote one in honor of Henry ort England and his consort Queer Catharine of Arragon No doubt fIt was the last the bluebeard sovereign over received Popularity has been the saving grace of our present Valentino cUs- tom The exchange of greetings or this day is now conducted on such a wholesale scale that there Is safety In numbers while the making ot the dainty trifles has provided work for thousands of skillful hands and the writing of appropriate verse has given many a silent poet an outlet FATTIER GABREL Years of Faithful Service Rewarded by Restful Place With a view to lessening his labors and finding a place for the old lest to rest during lithe sunset of his life Bishop Chatard has trans erred the Rev John M Gabrel from tho charge at St Josephs Hill Clark county Ind about fifteen miles west or Jeffersonvllle to St Vincents lospltal Indianapolis whore he will bo tho house chaplain The institution Is a new one and one of the most modern and best equipped hospitals In the country Father Gabrel was liven a surprise Several days ago when he was notified that he would be transferred Ho kept the fact a secret tearing Kls congregation nfght desire to give a public demon trfttlon In his honor to which ho rjis opposed Fifty years ego last August Father Uabrel was ordained ai priest and his first charge was at St Johns church at Starlight Clark county lad He remained there from September 1862 to February 1872 and was transferred to another community Nearly twenty years ago h9 came toStJoRephs Hill HO ministered to the wants of the people In numerous ways and suffered many xposures to tho weather to servo them He Is seventysix years old andC for that reason a restful place has been found for him by Bishop toatard AKCTIBISHOP APPOINTED Word was received In Winnipeg Man last Saturday from Rome that Isbop iMat of the diocese of at- Albert Altaha been appointed rchbtahbp ot Alberta by the Pope What the Club Plan Is I What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for Instance Tho membership fee on a 2500 purchase would bo 75c Tho membership fee on n 5000 purchase would be 150 Tho membership fee on greater purchases would ot course bo in porportfon You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 250 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay tho balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash prices whether special or regular you will I more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In comparison with tho additional cost installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments t FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS ANDe HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIlE CLUB PLAN iiOTHER i cheerifloor i Ii IiJBAC ONiONBNOBNi1B ON5 Ii WHEN IN DOUBT ORDER Mulloys Special Coffee FRESH ROASTED DAILY 1 Pound for30o-z Pounds for 55c 3 Pounds for son JOHN M MULLOY Home Phone 1313 raxfi IIV lARKET STREET fi C 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Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TI HM 1948 234 SIXTH STREET CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Car Third as1 Orgies Sis We furnish the home cm plate OB easy payments WM CALtAOKAN Mfr kiss Sspf ri EXPERT PIANO TUNING Voicing Action Regulating Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND ttJ Home Phone GIty71D5t H BOSSE lQSON t Funeral Directors and Embalmers 510 JBM3EI AVIINIJI3Telephone 1022 I etye your bola an education that will prepare them for life f ST XAVIERS COLLEUI 112 W Broadway 10dlv111oK7t Conducted by the Xmverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business t LargeSwimmingslum Terms Moderate Bro James Dir t JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E MarkerStt HOME PHONE 4066 I REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL i i WORK GUARANTEED r CATHOLIC INDIAN MISSIONS The Marquette League of NewII York City IB destined to accomplish much good for Catholic Indian mission I work and for Indian Interests generally Recently Cardinal Farley i expressed the wish that the league make itself a factor In national In I dian affairs This organization has I among Its officers and on Its Board of Directors the most Influential and prominent Catholic men of New York These devoted laymen are de I termlned to carry out the Cardinals I Tvlehee Their services will be 1 needed for the reason that signs of 1 ominous portent for the Catholic In dian mUwiona bfflu tomanlflltJtfeemaelvM In Congress j I VIRGINIA PEARSONII Louisville Beauty Who CARDINAL Gives Valid Reasons ror Opposing Woman- Suffrage Cardinal Gibbons who last week received the Suffragettes en route to Washington but who is hostile to the movement gives the following reasons for his opposition to woman suffrageI hostile to woman suffrage always have been and will continue to be Someone is always asking me why I oppose woman suffrage I am always wondering why they ask me that question I have written about tho subject for years I have preached about it and I will con tinue to urge that nothing be done which will take woman out of her proper sphere When a woman enters the political arena she goes outside tho sphere for which she was intended She gains nothing by that Journey On the other hand she loses that exclusiveness respect and dignity to which she is entitled in her home To debar woman from such pursuits is not to degrade her To restrict her field of action to the gentler a 300tlons of life is not to fetter her asplratiCD after the higher and the better ItTs 9Blfc contrary to secure to her not equal rights socalled but those super eminent rights that can not tail to endow her with a sacred Influence in her own proper sphere for as soon us woman trenches on the domain of man she must not be surprised to find that the reverence once accorded her has been In parlor wholly withdrawn CONDITION IMPROVED Corporal William Hutchinson of the police department who has been ill of rheumatism was reported considerably better the first of this week Sergeant Martin McCue who has been confined to his home with the grip John Stengel James Sav age and Dave Dolan also on the sick list are geratly Improved and will all soon be on duty Pat Nolan Con Crowley Harry Rlehl and Charles Albert of the fire department are recovering from illness that has confined them to their homeICONCERT AND MINSTRELL A concert and minstrel show will bp given for the benefit of St Augustines church on Wednesday Thursday evenings March 26 and 27 at St Augustines Hall 1308 West Broadway Those who have witnessed the colored minstrels in the past couplo of years can amply testify that their performance is worth going miles to see WALNUT THEATER With a credential of having played for 125 nights at McVlckers Theater in Chicago The Divorce Question will be next weeks attraction at the Walnutstreet Theater starting with Sundays matinee with every pros pect of continuing the record break- Ing business it has done elsewhere An unusually strong cast for a pop ular priced house is noted in this company To persons who love to have their emotions worked up well The Divorce Question will most strongly app It was written forth purpose Plowing the evils of divorce and It shows them by presenting to usa man and woman who save contracted a second marriage and have cast off the children of their first marriage Herbert liockwood and Mrs Roger Manners have settled their marital difficulties In the divorce court go their respective ways remarry and raise new families The two children of the former union are placed in the care of poor relatives whose neglect and cruelty finally drive the boy and his sister Into the streets Flaming a precarious living by sell- Ing newspapers they gradually sink Into the muck The boy a dope fiend the girl in the clutches of a cadet Tho opening of the drama takes placo in the sacristy of a church whore Herbert the drug fiend and the girl have sought the protection of Father Jerome By a strange coincidence Lockwood and Mrs Manners are both at tho church The revelation that these two chil dren are their own comes as a shock Wellbred unsoiled children they are willing to take Into their lives but not these wretched beings of tho gutter How the selfish par ents are brought to a realization of duty with conscience awakened and hearts refilled with love is told Ina moving series of scenes and interpreted by a company whose like has not in repeat years graced any popular priced theater That admirable Charlotte Graarineuti ail Mrs 1iaaDeflud gives the well ai j fJ poised clearly drawn characteriza tion that always marks her work and manages to win sympathy for this misguided mother torn between her two families As Maimle the un fortunate girl Virginia Pearson has a part of few lines but she handles It well and her facial play is par ticularly effective John Kline of the Columbia Players is cast as Father William Jerome To his lot falls most of tho purposeful speeches and he offers a vigorous sympa thetic performance A part faithful and horrible in its realism is the Dople Doe of William V Mong Charles C Burnham makes a de lightful Irish sexton and Seldon Lewis presents a finished charac terization as Lockwood Burnette Radcliffe and Halworth Stark com plete the excellent company This play also has in its cast a Louisville girl Virginia Pearsdn who is well known here as the result of other appearances in Under Southern Skies and A Fool There Was Miss Pearson returns to her home city as one financially interested InI the success of The Divorce Ques tion ENVIABLE Position Meld by St Louis Medical University ix School St Louis University Mecfica School enjoys the unique distinction of having tWQ of her professors oc cupying the position of President in the two principal medical associations of the country On last Wednesday Dr Bliss Potter Lyon was elected to the Presidency of the National Association of American i Medical Colleges comprising seven tyfive leading medical colleges of i the country Inclusive of all the big I universities Dr Lyon is Dean of the St Louis University Medical School which is under the direct control of the Jesuit fathers It is but a short tlme since Dr Young Brown was elected President of the Southern Medical Association These two distinctions coming to two of her professors places the university in a very enviable position in the educational world while they also testify to the quality of tho medical J school which has tho good fortune I to number them among her faculty J Catholics may well feel proud of St Louis University Medical SchoolI which has made a very ovlablo rec ord for itself in the medical vorldtt ST MICHAELS CHURCH The feast of St Patrick will be observed at St Michaels church 220 Brook street on Sunday March 16 There will be solemn vespers and benediction In the evening atJJ 730 oclock when the sermon will be delivered by the Rev Father Patrick Monaghan secretary to Bishop ODonaghue Following these services there will be the spe cial blessing with the relic of St Patrick the only one in Kentucky Father OConnor invites all to avail themselves of this opportunity as this blessing is conferred only once during the year FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer will open with a high mass tomorrow morning at St Cecilias church Twentyfifth and St Cecilia streets continuing until Tuesday This is one of the citys large parishes and doubtless the church will be thronged at all the services Rev Father Craney the pastor will conduct the services and will be as sisted by a number of the local clergy ANOTHER GREAT MISSION Rev XavIer Sutton C P of Chicago and Rev Christopher Schiesel C P of the Sacred Heart Retreat this city will tomorrow close the mqst successful mission ever held In the Fort Wayne diocese The mission has bean in progress for two weeks In St Patricks church at Fort Wayne and an Immense congregation attended all the services which were deeply Impressive re sulting In many additions to the one true fold CARLTONS COMING Frank and Kate Carlton the well known Irish vaudeville sketch team will open up a weoksV engagement at the Hopkins Theater tomorrow afternoon and their rendition of the old songs Is A revelation and treat in these days of ragtime and mush 1 IICarltbnshaaII of Irish ehAracters being particularly clean and true to lift I n t SUJKPKISED Rev Bernard Oiling S J Head of St Louts- University The election of Rev Bernard J- Otting S J to the Presidency of St Louis University was announced Wednesday Father Ottlng who was one of three candidates suggested for the position was chosen six weeks ago yet he declared the announce ment of his election was as great a surprise to him as to many of his friends He was selected to fill the promotionlofwas recently made Provincial of the Missouri diocese The new head of the university was born In Cincinnati August 15 1859 and PaulparochialCollege in that city In 1881 he en tered the Society of Jesus at Floris institnIonanInstructortroit where he taught school three years After leaving Detroit Father theologyIndained In the priesthood Ho has nStc has served as dean of the faculty of the institution since July of last year Father otting is a brother of Rev William H Otting Vice Presi dent of the University of Detro- itCOMPLETED Hibernians of New York Now Own Splendid Building Close to 2000 members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of New privateInspection bythedaythetho lessees the Fifth Avenue Amusement Company An address of welcome was delivered to the members by the Rev William Mc Loughlln National Spiritual Director of the order Other speeches were DooleyJeremiahBoard of Directors Eugene J Flood Secretary Thomas Kelly Martin Varlln Michael Farrell Thomas M Clancy William Cahill Terrence Connolly Peter Lennon P E Mur phy John McAdam Patrick J Mc Nulty Michael J P Carolan and Timothy Healy The architecture of the building Is Georgian in style with arches and pilasters forming a perfectly aym metrical front The interior decora tion is Louis XVI style The balcony inrJ gjtoy are suspended by cantilever ar n which does away hesultbeinghas a clear view of the stage The building Is a threestory structure and has a seating capacity of 1500 The site cost 205000 and the build- Ing was erected at a cost of 200000 A large rathskeller will be shortly opened in the basement by the lessees The rental income is to be used by the order for benev olent purposes HURT ON HEAD While passing out Fourth street Tuesday evening Dan Fitzgerald re siding at 1816 Baird street was struck on the head by a brick dropped from the third floor of the Starks building being erected at Fourth and Walnut and knocked in sensible He was carried into the building and medical assistance sum moned Examination showed that scalpwoundtured skull Assisted by Patrolman Cradick ho was removed to his home CENTRAL CO3IMITTEE Next Friday night tho regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee C K of A will beheld In St Marys Hall As President Schalda will then announce the standing committees for the year he requests that all delegates be pres ent It is also intimated that the business for that night will be of more than ordinary interest WELL BE HARD TO BEAT A B Kllkelly for many years with the American Tobacco Com pany Eightenth and Broadway and widely known as Smoke Kelly has announced hid candidacy for Con stable in the Eighth Magisterial district subject to the action of the Democratic party He has a legion of warm supporters who feell confident ho win win his race GET TEN DAYS Martin Connors Joseph HInes and J P Connolly members of the local police force will return to their beats Monday after their ten days vacation Those whose ten days will Include St Patricks day are A P Murphy J T Ahem Luke Moran H J Murray Joseph Reagan and Patrick Finn M J Sullivan and Thomas McGuire will get their ten days the last of the month INDORSE BEN JOHNSON The Democratic memberselect of the next House from Kentucky and Senatorelect James on Tuesday formally signed an Indorsement of Representative Ben Johnson for Chairman of the National Congres sional Committee It is understood Mr Johnson will be elected and will direct the hIg fight to control thoI House In 1914- U1iIG1lT8 CLUB HOUSE The Knights of Columbus have been signally lavish In expenditures for this purpose having erected in of the larger cities as well MImany of the smaller ones magnifi cent temple to their credit and honor Danver1 has a home costing I00OOOlt Louis one costing p Cl PRANK FEHR BREWING CO INSonORATEp Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- severyone x SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY ICumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1- 913W1EDMANN nwoaroa- ATxnBREWING COMPANYS f Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersvSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent Saw s GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville K- yEREWIN6FALLS CITY CO1 INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer 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Auxiliary 1 of Syracue has offered a gold prize for the one bringing in the most members before July 1- 3fartin Gavin has recovered from his illness and Hibernians will lio pleased to again see him at their meetingsDivision 4 will meet Monday nlgl in Bertrand Hall when a hearty welcome will be accorded the new membersThe Regiment Irish Volunteers of New York will parade with the Hibernians in Brooklyn on SI Patricks day Large initiations are everywhere reported In Central New York and the quarterly reports will show gains In membership President Tom Tarpy is elate ever the results of the Emmet meet- Ing Others of like character wltl mark his administration The Ladles Auxiliary of Berlin No H has a sewing circle that does much good and furnishes pleasant entertainment for its members The divisions In Newark N J are manifesting great enthusiasm IIn their get together reunion and banquet to be held next month BInghamton Hibernians commemorated Robert Emmets memory wIth a big meeting They will observ St Patricks day with a banquet To overtake Division 4 the other nust hustle President John HenInessy and Vice President Tom have set an example all should fOlI lowDivision 3 made an excellec showing Monday night at Bortran Halt When the large body made Its appearance there was no stoppln the applause Col Crowley and the Irisl Brigade of New York City will attend military mass and afterward act as escort to the Hibernians or Jersey City on Sunday March 16 Four of the floats in the Indian apolis St Patricks day parade wll represent Charles Carroll of Carroll ton Commodore John Barry Gen Stephen Boylan and Gen Phil Sheridan A special loinssting of th- divlslornjyTauxiiiaries of Indian 99tfc was held Sunday to discuss ways and means for securing a HI- bernian building for the order In that city All the divisions of Columbus Ohio will receive holy communlbi in a body at St Patricks church on Sunday morning March 16 They will hold their entertainment on the Thursday following Easter The Hibernians of Terre Haute and St Marys end were neyer In better spirits and never had as good an organization as at present At St Marys Division 5 initiated nine candidates at the last meeting MOSS GREENS NAME The following from the New Yorl Herald attests tho fame attained by the Mose Green Club of this city The Mose Green Club of Louis vllle will dispense typical KentuckY hospitality at its headquarters or Inauguration day This cheering announcement ha1 mado up for abandonment of the in augural ball An idea is generally prevalent that Mose Green Is a typi cal old Democrat with a nice taste In whisky and an undying reverence for Andrew Jackson Not at all the club got its name this way Years ago an old Gorman in tleverytlI campaign found him disposed to vote the Republican ticket They made their bid Well give you the long I green they urged He was obdurate Well what do you want they askedI vent the mos green I can set A year or two later a crowd of those same Democratic workers went to the SulllvanCorbett prize tight it New Orleans They had plenty of noney and accordingly dubbed themselves the Mose Greens The club that later adopted that name ias grown to be a powerful political organization in Louisville EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of St Louis Bertrands churchwlU give a euchre and lotto on Friday afternoon And evening at lertrand Hall March 2 the afternoon games to be called at 230 and the evening games at 830 oclock The proceeds will be used In dlmln thing the church debt which is rap- Idly decreasing under Very Rev Father McGoverns administrations prior CONDITION IMPROVED Officer Michael Donaghue the gIant of the Louisville police force and guardian at Fourth and Jefferson who has been critically ill at- hln home on High street is reported asI much improved during the past frw days The big and genial police man was suffering from rheumatism and last Saturday his heart became affe ted with the result that for a- Uine hope for hIs recovery was al- mMt abandoned AKornEn PARISH St Vlnewit de Paul has been lected by the coBgregaUoh as tbe- iiime of the new Catholk church jn Iftoni near Iffw ort In the Coning u n SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A O IT- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PreaidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarth Recording SecretaryWalter Cu sickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan BergeantatArna Henry McDe Plott8entlaelJohn Kean DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Nil lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak Presldent7JvJ Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Monday Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes elon Jr- Tre1surerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Stree- tPresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganRecording Secretary John J Barry Treasurer Patrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far yellSentinelM J McDermott Y M I MACiaN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrankO Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn ton Second Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording Secretary John R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harr TKlbbeyTreasurerSebastian Hubbuch lIarshalFredSchuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapt Outside Sentinel Frank FiIaiz- er fiiiocese The boundaries of the parish extend from he Licking rIver east to the Alexandria pike and from the L and N railroad to the Flue Grass Inn 1 1111 i WAUIiEE c Catholic Press Association Assured aWarm Welcome The third annual meeting of the Catholic Press Association will beheld Thursday and Friday Augus 14 and 15 In Milwaukee Wls At the last meeting hold In Louisville Archbishop Messmer extended the association a warm welcome to visit his city in 1913 and it was accepted with pleasure by the delegates The press bureatf will be ready with a report of Its first years actual activities while the literature bureau will have a good report to make The advertising bureau 1Is now working on a plan which iIt hopes to have in shapo tn the very near future It looks as though the 113 meeting will be the most in terestlng and representative of all With the experience of two years 1It Is assured that much progress wll bo made in the right direction Other organizations struggled foi more than two years befoTe they became successful and the Catholic Press Association should be giver jrodll for making unusual headway in its short existence HANDSOME MONUMENTS The Muldoon Monument Company 318 West Green street this week received five car loads of monuments which have been placed on xhlbltlon at their warerooms They are of artistic design and the highest class workmanship and surpass at the reasonable price any ever re elved here before YOUNG FOLKS PARTY The young men and ladies of St Iriidfl congregation are hustling tor the euchre party they will give lit Phoenix Hill Park on the after noon and evening of Thursday larch 27 when they hope to realize n neat sum for their fund for the new church being erected by the Rev Herman Jansen Many hand arae articles have been contributed for this affair EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT J We may soon have another t amendment the eighteenth to the national constitution Ratification I of the proposed amendment to theII c institution for the direct election of Senators 1s proceeding at such a rapid rate that it Is now believed the amendment will be adopted this spring and before the Legislatures now In session have adjourned If- the ratllfcatlon of the amendment proceeds as rapidly as now expected tho successors to the thirtytwo Senators whose terms of service ex- Jilre March 3 1915 will be chosen bydlrect elections and the old sys t m with Hts deadlocking of Legls Jahires will be a thing of the past sveatythrea State Legislatures haye already ratified thee directI election amendment BatrHeatlbn 1IY threefourthf i at t11e ftales or Irtyalx Is miiBiary IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges j At Drung near Cavan a farm of seven Acres was sold by auction to a returned American for 2850 Mat Landry of Mosstown has resigned an Guardian and District Councillor of the Dunleer division John P OConnor a muche teemed figure In the commercial life of Swinford died In his flttythli year Martin J Murphy of Tramore has been selected as Rcdmondlto candidate for the Parliamentary division of East Waterford The Coroners Jury found that Patrick Kelly a farmer of Middl town County Armagh came to his death from asphyxia- Dr N Mayne of longford has been appointed a medical referee under the workmens compensation act for the county in place of the late Dr F J Myles A field outside Kelly bought from the Marquis of Headfort has been taken possession of by the Urban Council to be converted into a public park and recreation ground f Miss Kate OReilly of Amerlcia and formerly of Inniskeen has presented to the church In Inniskeen a magnificent set of Stations of the Crossa most generous gift At the annual meeting of the Dun dalk Urban Council John McDonald was unanimously elected Chairman Andrew McFeester was also unan- Imously reelected Vice Chairman James Frazer has been presente with a purse of sovereigns by numerous friends on the occasion of his retirement from the position of town postman of iBallymote after forty years service In opening the Longford Quarts Sessions County Court Judge Curra again spoke of the peaceable state In which he found the count There were only three criminal cases to be disposed of Deep regret Is felt In Keady Oer the death of John Keady who was a lifelong and consistent Nationalist a devoted Catholic a kind and oblig- Ing neighbor and his sterling qualities won him the esteem and respec gf all who knew him tit is stated that some of the Loyal Orange Ladles in the Ball bay district have Issued a manifest or appeal to their friends at horn and abroad for funds to fight John Redmond Co who they alleg are trying to pull down their birth rightWith extreme regret the people of Bdllybay heard that it pleased His Lordship Most Rev Dr McKwyja O transfer during t1i weernev Edward qUferitrfrom that parish Rev ttather Kleran of Clontibret has arrived to take up duties in his Mead While engaged at Klllaloe slate quarries Daniel Ryan aged twenty one of Cloneybrlen met with a fearful death With Tom Grace he lighted a fuse but the charge fails to go off While Ryan was examin- Ing It an explosion occurred and several tons of slate fell on him rushing him to death At Limerick County Council a letter was read from John Koran County Surveyor tendering his res- Ignation on the grounds of ill health He had been twentynine years Surveyor to the council His resignation was accepted The council also accepted the resignation of Daniel tfaughton rate collector BOWLERS TO TOLEDO The Queen of Nelson Old Taylor Kentucky Dew Bennett Young and Edwards Ogden Peak bowlin clubs left yesterday morning over L and N and C H and D road for Toledo to take part in the national bowling tournament now go- Ing on in that city Those In the party were A F Martin Johi I NewtonIOetkon Fred Stengel Thomas Thomas M Barry Arthur Stern 8 P Owen William Fruechtenlcht I Dan Haager August Hoyer C J Shanks Clarence Schreck Georg 3oardman W J Pruess EdwardI Srenner Gus Kappel Robert Watts I August Gruner Herman Fruechte icht J X Klnberger Jerry Drls coil Herman Deddens Will Evers I lenry Fruechtenicht and Chris Jrote MAYSVILLE Charles Mulligan who enjoyed the distinction of being the tallest man In Robertson county and a well k own figure on the streets of layavillo died at his home last week He was six feet six Inches tall and weighed 250 pounds His wile and several children survive him TOOK TINE vEIL Miss Eugenia E Schmitz daugh- Iter of Eugene E Schmitz former of San Francisco has nketl- the yell In the Dominican convent of San Rafael Cal BEND FOUL BILL BACK The Missouri Legislature disposed of Us disgraceful convent Inspec bill without letting it get out Itlon Surely we can expect noI less from Nebraska legislators says the True Voice The Menace office Is the only place fit for such 11 bill to repose It came from there now let it be sent back there rhey can stand strong odors in that sanctum whence so much foulness proceeds STORY WITH MORAL The story comes from one of the local papers In Arkansas about a- man that WM afraid ofa thunderstorm and crawled Into a hollow log- The thunder rolled the rain pourod down in torrents aad the log swelled up until the poor fellow ivan wedged In so tight that he could not mete AUI his past sins began to pass before hhn when he suddenly remembered tJrat Ite had not paid his 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