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A CREAGER I UIN SCHOOLKENTUCSecead asd 0reckiarl JVOLUME XXXNO 11 I NXTYART- he People ot iaclnnd Will Ute Tlielrf Own Parliament In Dublin Parliament Called and Liberals Hasten to llepass Home JKuleBlll 1 Rigid Closure Roles Will Be Enforced to Shorten the Debate LIBERALS FULL OF CONFIDENCE We are winding up hurriedly one session of Parliament so as to get rid of It and begin the next on Mon day cabled lion T P OConnor to the American press last Sunday This huddling up of two sessions Into so sma11 a space of time is necessitated by the provisions ot the Parliament act which compels meas ures that are to pass over the heads of the House of Lords to be carried in three sessions of Parliament We have to pass the home rule and the Welsh establishment whethe- their Lordships agree or not but w must comply with the technical rules of the House of Commons and the Parliament act and so we had t prolong one session of Parliamen- to thirteen months and begin tile next after a two days interval Already the plans are practically complete for passing these two meas ures the second time in the second session In the first place a drastic guillotine closure rule will be applied to tho financial proposals of the Government so as to prevent the Tories from prolonging the debates on them with the view ot obstructing the early passage of the home ruleI bill About the beginning of May other guillotine closures will prepare the way for the second carry ing of the home rule bill after a week or two of discussion If theI Lords again reject the bill the third and final carrying of the bill willL come in February of the next year and the bill will become a law in theI following May The chapter of accidents which soften I I disturbs all political calcula tions seems now to work entirely o the side of the Ministry They re main strong andAlgh plrltig whllet stfaie1 Mugger ndert1e crashing blow of their hopeless division on tho tariff issue Two by elections which were caused by deaths of House members will give the coun try an opportunity within the flex fortnight of expressing Its vLowszrnu- the Liberals look fonmrrf with com plete equanlmlt the result feel Ing sure of waning one in spite of a trlangularilght because of a Lib eral and Jabor candidate as well as yarely one They even hope to Titho other although the seat Is held mainly by the Tories All these internal conflicts in Eng land are somewhat overshadowed by the tremendous outburst of mill tarism in Germany and France The Radicals and Socialists of both countries protest against this gigantic and intolerable addition to the bur dens of the people and the fierce aggravation of national passions and they prophesy that such things must 4 inevitably lead to national bankruptcy or an international war An echo of these startling events of course follows in all of the coun tries of Europe but England up to the present takes it fairly coolly The opinion among the Liberals remains that Englands sole dut i Is fo make Its fleet irresistible and Winston Churchill will find no dif ficulty in getting his big navy Toryjingoesmany and even more in the action of France which is now regarded as Englands ally against Germany strong arguments In favor of Increasing Englands land forces as well and the movement in favor of conscription Is being pressed with greater zeal At the same time the general opinion in England is that though the present situation is enormously perilous and likely to leadto a tremendous outbreak later on no serious immediate danger exists of a great war This optimism is In creased by the approach of the close theGreeksOne question remains outstanding which will cause much trouble and some delay That is the demand of the Balkan States for the Indemnit which Turkey neither Is willing nor able to pay and which the great powers will probably not support All of the Ministers havE returned to London including LloydGeorge and Winston Churchill who were both on tho Riviera- CONDITION I IMPROVED Rev Brother Aloysius ot the Passlonlst Monastery on the New burg road who last week underwent a serious operation at St Josephs Infirmary Is reported doing nicely his condition having greatly Improved during the past few days MISSION CLOSES What has undoubtedly been one pi the most successful and largely at tended missions ever held In Louis Vine will close tomorrow at the Cathedral lEVety night tkla Beak the VMt e Ulce been thronged vltk pcoplee rk har tho elelttsal- C J p s n Jesuit missionaries Fathers OMal ley and Rosswinkle The closing service will be held tomorrow night when the Papal blessing will be given LOSS OF FAITH What tins Become of All the Catholics Who Came From Ireland Father WlllhitnnP Seibcrtz of New Albany Makes Inquiry I Parents Should Have ICt Care Least Their Children Lose FaithS- OMEINTERESTING STATISTICS The Rev William F Selbertz rector of St Marys church In New Sundaymorninglater at the 10 oclock mass read and comemnted upon statistics from official sources which he held In his Irishrtoebo more steadfast than others are falling away from the faith of their theiromanytfields and suffered persecutions during several centuries Father Selbertz quoted from the prophecies of St Malachy which fie said had been fulflled down to Pope Leo and the present Pope Plus X and the question was would the prophecies of the saint be fulfilled during the reign of the next Pope It seems that St Mal1 hy predicts that religion will almost disappear during the reign of the next Pope It is not Incumbent upon any Cath olio to believe these prophecies of Sty Malachy but they give thoughtful men like Father Selbertz room tor pause On every hand it is noticeable that there is very little regard for religion and none for dogma among the great mass of people This Is more noticeable among the sects than it Is in the church where there are still many ploys souls but alo mighty dollar regardless of religion isnno difference between nonCatholics and Catholics In this Jrespect Lf On rie notea teuextaketg f hFathereI quoted from a writer in the Catholic Encyclopedia Just Issued and a very high authority This writer ajsI sttGen UjvunJ IrIsh and their descendants had come to the United States and Canada Of course more than 90 per cent of these were of the Catholic faith What has become of them The presentday statistics show that of the 12000000 Catholics In this country only 5000000 are of Irish birth or parentage Allowing that the writer in the Encyclopedia exaggerated to some extent said Father Selbertz and that only 25000000 Irish and their descendants were in this country during the past century what has become of the 20000000 The answer is they have fallen away from the faith St Marys congregation of which Father Selbertz Is rector is German and of course his hearers were pos sibly saying to themselves as Father Belbertz read these startling statis tics that these Irlshers must be very fickle in the faith but Father Selbertz was not through He read Germaneyand French were equally as bad and up might have said worse than the Irish In the matter of falling away from the faith All of this is a warning to parents to sa train their children that they may not fall away from the faith so that when fthe days shall be short ened as recorded in Holy Writ they may not be found wanting Father Selbertz Is to be congratu lated on preparing so interesting a discourse Statistics unless rightly handled aro as a rule uninteresting Catholics boast that they are in creasing In this country in Germany and in all the English speaking countries It Is true they have In I creased 200 per cent but at the same time nonCatholics have In creased 400 per cent according to Father Selbertza statistics prepared from authentic sources PRIEST WILL HAVE CHARGE esytablish a special station for observa tion purposes on Georgetown University grounds Plans are al ready under way for the building of the station on Observatory Hill The Rev Francis A Tondorf S J pro fessor of science and director of the seismic observatory has been ap pointed special observer by the Government and will assume charge of the pew station on its completion ST PATRICKS WELL At the foot of Andrass Hill by the side of the Clare road near the town of Colebrldge in Klldare is St Patricks well This blessed well Is qlrcnla In form walled around with I I masonry and partly covered with n I large flagstone Some old ivyclad I thorn trees overshadow it whose branches at yell as tie bushes and ornaJenteilragfl=tokoM of tkt high veneration IlRwhfeh thi wellIleheld i SI Irishmen and Iria Patron SaintHibeProgram Right Rev Bishop ODoni County BoardL ricks NI T readiness andcompin programme nut Iebration is honor or St Pat ck Irelan s gifted saint and I scholar and every Irishman andI THOMAS KEENAN SR I Chairman St Patricks Day Enter tainment Committee IrishAmerican with his wife sweetheart or mother is expected to bo present at the Shubert Masonic Theater tomorrow evening to enjoy the splendid programme arranged under the auspices of the Jefferson County Board Ancient Order of Hibernians and which is composed of the best local talent in renditions of Irish music and recitations In addition the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghiio is on tho programme for an address for which every Irish MISS EFFIE MDONALD Programme For Hibernian En 10il tertainment TomrfrroWNlghf man and Hibernian should feel lintItime la tis history of the leal order that a Bishop graced sack an occasion with his presence Hie Kev I jorti Pu 1 EJT ISII AMERICAN ROSA Klrllys Labels UNION J Red aed19c Clarert r RD AY MARCH 15 19J13 PRICE FIVE CENT y I al to Kt the order to be the guests of the wearers of the green tomorrow even IngTho Hibernians have resolved to begin the day aright and to that end every member of the order and the Ladies Auxiliary will attend the 630 oclock mass tomorrow at St Patricks church and receive holy communion in a body Very Rev Father Cronin kindly consenting to reserve a part of the church for their benefit The largest representation la years is expected tomorrow morn Ingaa every member of the ordr appreciates the many little courtesies extended to them by Father Cronin during the past his services and good counsel being ever at their serviceThe reserved seats for tomorrow night have been on sale tho past week and are being disposed of rapidly everything pointing to a crowded house but there are still a few choice seats left and those con templating attending should pur chase them today the lower seats selling for fifty cents and the balcony seats for twentyfive cents The Committee ot Arrangements this past wepk were able to secure Frank and ate Carleton who are well known to local theatergoers end who have kindly donated their services for tomorrow evening post poning their trip to Chicago where they have a professional engage ment until after tomorrow nights entertainment The Carletons will Introduce their little sketch of Irish humor and music during which they will render The Mlnfrfrel Boy Crulskeen Lawn widow Mc Cree Killarney and Believe Me of All Those Endearing Young Charms and their singing of those ballads is guaranteed to strike a tender chord in every Irish or Irish American heart present They have been indorsed by Irish societies in all parts of the Country elng commended for their true and clean dellnea lions of Irish characters and a treat Is in store for those who have never witnessed their little sketch The other numbers on the programme arc everyone first class and all con stitute an entertainment long to be rememberedThe is thee programmer Overture Irish airs Marzlans Orchestra Introductory remarks County President W J Connelly Address Right Rev Bishop ODonaghueVocal Dream Melody Thornton J Flynn Recitation The Priests Leap McCarthySketchIrish Humor and Mu sic Frank and Kate Carleton Vocal solor Love the Girl My Father Loved Robert C Seymour Vocal Solo Theyve1 Won Every Nations Battle But Their Own Miss Aleen Zlx Vocal 801oSonp My Mother Used to Sing Miss Gladys Reigel VocalltOloThe Harp That Once Ekro Tar hail Mlw Effie McDonald Moving PicturedraMaColleen Bewayt i trr 1 ra a by lipianoi The Committee of Arrangements was In the at held MISS ALEEN ZDC On Programme For Hibernian Entertainment Tomorrow Night the cede who have the entertainment in no charge are Thomas Keenan John J Sullivan Hugh Hourlgan John J Barry and W J Onnelly had of HEAVEN HER REWARD Mother Alphonsa Kerr died at the Nazareth on Wednesday morning after a long illness She was born and reared at Pittsburgh and cams to Nazareth in December 1862 Al the tion tion H KISS GLADYS REIGEL On Programme For Hibernian En 2 tertainment Tomorrow Night be most her entire religious life was spent at the head of thee music department of Nazareth Academy 81- cwas 1 elected Mother Superior of Naz retk in 1903 holding the office ua t 1 n- t til 1909 when she again took charge of the music department She had been in feeble health since reassum dspartmsDeath1 Itst attack continuing about ten days The last sacraments of the church were administered Tuesday nig The funeral was hold Friday mo htre ing at Nazareth The offices atrecited at 9 oclock FENIANS There Were a Number of Thori Jil in Louisville in 1807 The Last One to Join the Silent Majority Was Jim lllyand Criticism of the Stbvcmciit NotI Fair to iT Brave Set of Men SOME GOOD WAS ACCOMPLISHED I The Fenian1 movement of 1867 II had strong support In Louisville It t was just after the close ot the civili war and soldiers of Irish birth both I from the Union and Confederate t armies formed a considerable part rwarr but to fight Both Confederates and Federals of Irish birth could agree fight for Ireland although they had fought against each other onemany fields during four years of civil strife Many on both sides i agreed to Join the Fenian movement I fenlistmentf time the Kentucky Irish American can not recall tho names of the manytomen who Joined the movement marched away from Louisville toII New York thence to Canada but thoh writer recalls that James HYland ix Confederate was one of them andwi Capt Patrick Dwyer of Jetfereonvllle who had been a Captain in the Fed eral was another while John dellse utenlant of the Louisville comc panj TheV were furnished wl hl111 the mon ywv Ywanfed byLoutsville patriotic IrlSf men who believed that taking Cat da a body blow would given to the Brttlsn Government the same tlmeVgeneral uprising contemplated inMrelanA The Fenian Brotherhoods purpose Is was to establish a de facto government and obtain belligerent rights such as those granted to the Con federate States by the British Government during the civil war The attention of the civilized world was drawn to the cause of Ireland by the Fenian movement and it kept the British on the jump for some time the early part of February 1867 County Tipperary was made the In scene of an insurrectionary move ment and it was expected that this would be followed by a general uprising pal all over Ireland but this up the asrisingUnited States Interfered with the bemovement from the States Into Canada There wore uprisings inMCounty Kerry at Cork and also Tallacht Dublin thFebruaryEcmanyIn the United States meetings were in Louisville New York St WILouisCmoneydered the Fenians The President of United States was asked to con them belligerent rights but to avail and the movement soon fell throughHowever the Fenian movement a its erred It called the attention I sor the whole world to the Injustice lumped upon the Irish by the British as Governemnt and was in some respects forerunner of the home rule movement Dont criticize the Fenians for I Sure waa for this Lord Edward I GwsereneI Because they could not bear to see the Red above the Green I And twas for this that Owen fought trandBecause their eyes were hot to see the Green above tho Red CATHOLIC SCHOOL BURNS dElfectivefluebulldlhg In Paris Ky last Tuesday morning entailing a loss of about 5000 More than 200 children are thrown out of school as a result of the fire A brisk wind fanned the flames fiercely and for a time a sec a of the residence district on High his street was threatened with destruc The firemen had great diffi culty In confining the flames to the his school building to LADIES AUXILIARY The local Ladles Auxiliary A 0 Is making arrangements for the enteVtalnment of its members and is friends on Wednesday evening April on wjien a euchre and lotto party will 26 given at Falls City Hall The committee in charge is composed of Misses Emma Fisher Tillle Cunniff Katie Nolan Maggie Hourigan and Mesdames John Waterman and Dan Dougherty They prpmlse a pleasant eevning for all who attend n r 0- J I POLITICAL y Scramble For Nominations Cans Ing Fisticuffs In Ranks of reProgrcssives a Louisville Herald Busy Apologizing For Behavior of Psondo Reformers Watch For Big Falling Off in Strength in the Coming August Primary CINCH FOR DEMOCRATIC TICKET theKntucky Itwoulda shorttime until the Progressives would bo theirdesireopportunity to secure a nomination and possible fightthisthloandflratofthat alike ofthere cently but that it upWhereloftyIdealsto the Progressives by the Louisville Herald which has been deluging its tholocalHeroldworkingforcommon thatthesoblackeneachnoses for the laudable purpose of decreas ing tho izen citToandcanousProAresslvoleadersRepublicans their masks of reform and aro ready oppositionIn anelhavenegrovotestrengthInhlch they would not have a possible chanceAttorney candidatepolled 23509 votes in the and county which was about RooseveltKowa onehalfprimary at the highest possifilo caU culatlon and then we wlll yltns s1f ranksbtllDile who will be allowed to comeback This fact will be duo prin clpally to two causes first Roosevelt will not be running on the local ticket this year and second thosn who are disappointed in the primary a theyhaveThe situation as it stands means bytheNovember and Judging from the present list of announcements the best ticket in the history of munici campaigns will be chosen laMayors race Dr Buschemeyer a choice can not be improved upon while a tower of strength will added with Scott Bullltt as the nominee for County Attorney Judge uir Weisslnger Sam Green or Hugh Fleece are all strong men for County Judgeship nomination OConnor will have no opposition Bail Cuirtina Cunstalbli Will Holley Harry Nehan or Joe Keyer hold their own as a Police Clerk nominee while Judge ks record entitles him to the nomination without opposition and wouldbe tho means of attracting independent votes George Schlegel Sheriff Al Emler Joseph Timmons- or Frank Schuster would each make strong candidate for County Asses Jailer John R Pflanz is every bodys candidate for the nomination Jailer while Adolph Schmitt deserves the nomination for City True urer on his record in the Auditors officePretty near the same list of Legislators will announce for reelection ith one or two possible exceptions 1 B Cack Barrett the local umpire being a now entry who aspires to render decisions as Repro sentative from the Fortyfifth dis ict OAPT MCUE HunT While fighting a fire at 947 South Seventeenth street early on Friday morning of last week Capt Edward McCue of the No 5 hook and ladder company one of tho bravest and most careful men In the fire department fell from tho second story of blazing building and was seri ously injured Ho was picked up in dazed condition and removed to home 1317 Lytle street For a timo it was thought he was badly hurt internally but at last accounts condition was Improving and now it Is thought ho will soon be able return to his duties CONCERT AND MINSTRELS The real thing in negro minstrelsy promised at St Augustines Hall Wednesday add Thursday March and 27 when tho colored people will give their annual concert and minstrels for the benefit orstAugustines church Regular rehearsals are being hold and Father Felten the pastor fools confident that this years entertahul eat Will surpass all others Taeretfore given rS EAT LiRJsJi AMEUCANLOUISV- ILLE ROSA Labels UNION Redeemable BREAD MADE at Klrbys b and IOc Store SATURDAY MARCH 15 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS f LPOSTLE OF IRELAND as Fresh in the Minds of the Children of the Isle of Saints and Scholars as if He Had Lived But Yesterday r urring Anniversary Priests Poets Politicians Statesmen and the Press Have Someting New to Say About the True Saint and Man a I IS MORE RESPCT SHOWN ST PATRICK THAN IN LOUISVILLE saints in the Roman Patrick takes the lead of keeping his memory over the world on St y men of Irish birth or many who are not Irish nlre the great apostle of e delight in paying honor ed memory It seems as ut yesterday One would so much has been written bout St Patrick that there m or occasion to say any e but on each recurring ry wo read and hear some r or Interesting about our nt priests In the pulpit the magazines and news bollMclans on the stump and n In the halls of Congress to dig up something new or ng about great and glorious rll And well they may ro was no other saint like St Patrick was a gentleman not a bit of boastfulness but torlc truth Of all tho na saints St Patrick alone Is the man Tho others go about lelmets and swords and breast dolns wonderful timings In the f fighting and occasionally ac lishlng something heroic but jxacllv saintly But St Patrick s to be well deserving of the equallyhya gentleman owhere probably In this country hero moro respect shown to St rick on his anniversary than right e In Louisville It is universal be sure this respect varies and often crude But we see the coal trt driver the ash man the grocery agon driver clerks in stores mer rants bankers poljtlcjans tiCni Ittk PtaJ l CidllIhUe all wearing a sprig of green nd having a good word to say fort Patrick There Is a reason for his The rarly settlers of Kentucky nd of Louisville were Irish and hpy early Inculcated love of St Patrtdc with all they came In con act Of course Catholics of Irish birth or descent venerate St Patrick if a saint but there are those out ildp of the church who venerate him is a lawgiver as a man and a patriot who accomplished wonders In bringing enlightenment to the Emerald Isle It must not be for gotten that there was a St Patricks day celebration in this country as oarly as March 17 1737 when tho Charitable Irish Society met in Bos ton and marked the occasion by the organization of that venerable asso ciation Both Catholics and non Oathollcs belong to this society which still flourishes It would be a difficult matter to say when the first St Patricks day celebration oc urerd In Louisville but there is no eason to doubt that the Irish fam lies who lived in the block house on orn Island in 1780 or thereabouts lid not forget the day when it came round Each nation has Its own saint The English have St George the Ger mans St Michael the French St Denis In the United States we avo St Washington St Franklin- nd St Jefferson all of them some vhnt mythlfled In popular estlma Ion It is one of our strongest easons for cultivating history that he more we know of our own nation itilldors the better we are and the lore we are cemented together atlonnlly No other saint in the alendar appeals to tho sympathies f all sorts of believers as does tit atrlck It is as a national bond of nion that his name has been able i accomplish tho most valuable re cite Ireland is unified about St atrlck None of the nation builders has proved more essential o national life than St Patrick St Patrick appeared in Ireland put 400 years after our Saviour I it was his lot to change the pie character and destiny of this ticAryan race His real name I Patrlclus which Is good honest In but his vernacular name was kath which means the brave mar warlike Patrick Is short for icing It Is possible according Ime traditions that he was ly born In Ireland at a place yard called KIrkpatrick or the Ib of FatrlclUB Patricks family was a highly stable one His father was hurnius a deacon son of Potlt fist Concheasa his mother was lice of St Martin of Tours in It is probable thot she was gut a captive into Britain and married to Calphurnlus The ring of this union our saint called at his birth Succath or It signifying warlike Pope tine afterward gave him the I of jPalrlclus a mark of honor athei ancient Roman Senators 3r nobles were called find the same title was in applied to the Christian When Patrick was in Itie rear hn was carried cap Ireland by pirates Here I to Milcho a petty prince who gave hiof the care of his looks Ills two sisters It is said were also sold at the same time to another petty prince in the County Louth After six years of slavery Patrick was miraculously de livered A voice that was not of earth addressed him in tho stillness of the night commanding him to go to a certain port where a ship would be found waiting to take him back to his fatlfers country and I came says the saint in his Con fession In the power of the Lord who directed my course I was un der no apprehension until I arrived where tho ship was It was then clearing out and I called for a pas sage but the master of the vessel got angry and said to me Do not attempt to come with us On hear ing this I retired for the purpose of going to the cabin whero I had been received as a guest On my way thither I began to pray but before I had finished my prayer I heard one of the men crying out with a loud voice after me Come quickly and Immediately t returned and they said to me Come we receive thee on trust We tHen set sail This was In the year of our Lord 396 Patrick remained some time at his home and had reached the age of twentythree years when a man from Ireland appeared to him In a dream carrying a bundle of letters one of which was given him to read It began with these words Vox Hlbernlonacum the voice of the Irish While reading he thought he board the cries of the people entreat ing him with one voice to come to them Struck wI h the vision he Hecretly formed thb design of return Ing to Ireland to labor for the conversion of the poodle there He went to Rome with letters introduction 11tQ Jfllf811rnFJve r IIIlIt Ji UjthjUH respect and himself appointed and consecrated him Archbishop of Ire land with full apostolical authority to preach the gospel to the inhab itants of that island Twenty priests and deacons were also ordained to accompany him on his mission All things being ready for his voyage he set out for Ireland at the end of the year 432 and landed on the eastern coast of Leinster at a olaco called Klllmantan by tho Irish and Wlcklow by the English St Palladlus had preceded him hero and had mot with but little encour agement but the seeds of Christian ity had been sown and under the cultivation of St Patrick whose dls courses were followed by convincing signs and miracles conversion and salvation were soon brought to many of the Islanders Among the con vi its was one SInell of the royal race of Lolnster In the year 448 Patrick went to Ardmach or Armagh and continued his work In Lelnster and Munster not allowing a single district to be neglected In 455 he left Munster to return to the north of Ireland pass ing again through Lelnster on his way toward Ulster In the latter province he spent nearly six years Then feeling that he had established the church on a solid basis he set cut to Rome to give an account of his stewardship to the Pope then Leo the Great Having spent some tmo In Rome and received the Popes approval of all that he bad done he returned to Ireland After several years more of incessant labor in extending and strengthening the good Influence of the church he found hlmrelf so exhausted that he was obliged to lead a more tranquil life Nevertheless he continued to watch over the entire administration of affairs in the island assisting his desclples with prayer and advice and relaxing in none of the austeri ties or spiritual exercises which he practiced He generally traveled on foot and slept on the bare ground and he jecltod every day the Psalter In addition to several hymns and prayersAs miracle worker St Patrick appears modest enough There Is not a hint In his writings concerning a power of a supernatural sort Jocelln ono of his biographers says he fasted forty days and during this period he collected all the serpents and venbmous reptiles of tho island on this mountain and cast them into the sea thus giving the country a happy exemption from those pests for which it has ever since been ex empted Sollnus however who had written some centuries before the arrival of St Patrick In Ireland ppeaks of this exemption and after him Isadore in the seventh century and Bode in tho eighth mention it without assigning any cause Jocelin appears to have been the first to publish the popular explanation given above The truo cause of Irelands good fortune in this matter must probably be sought for in the nature of her soil and climate rather than in anything super naturalThe a1e51elatorpeople before lie advent had only been was WrlUnljh14 j 1i iJ the Irish would have nothing of the sort Their priests wont on chanting and Uic Druid mothers went on recit- Ing and the children committed to memory To write down a law was treason a high crime against the State But St Patrick having converted Ireland to a book religion undertook to convert it to a codo of written laws The Bible establish ing a certain religious code prepared the way for a statute law So it may be said that St Patrick not only founded tho church In Ireland but likewise the State There are many Interesting stories possibly not quite authentic of the manner in which Patrlcus settled hard ques tions of law but it is Impossible to enter into them here Toward the close of his career ho wrote his Confession He wroto also several poems St Paul was his model He was well versed in martin Scriptures and was a man of tact as well as of saintly character willing to lay down his life for the cause which ho espoused the con version of Ireland And yet there are those who say St Patrick was a myth There are even preachers who say he was a Presbyterian and It Is seriously contended by members of the Church of England that ho never had any connection with Rome and taught no special creed but It Is not worth while to argue that question more and beside the space is too limited timeIand care to the establishment of the kingdom of Jesus Christ in Ireland peace was preserved In its temporal kingdom The Christian religion by correcting and softening the ferocity of the Inhabitants contributed largely to the happiness of the rulers l1 t JEiQ21l Qt lion t1J rich tII work crowned with success ho fellI that the time for eternal rest war drawing near and retired to the Monastery of Sabball or Saull Ther he left this world on March 17 403 to receive the reward of hi labors In heaven It is said that hl1 established 365 churches conse crated nearly as many Bishops am I ordained nearly 3000 priests Th J piety of the faithful contribute I largely to these holy works by re signing not only a tenth part c their lands fruits and flocks bu fII also of their children male an female to be trained as monks c r nuns The saint was interred nc t In tho Monastery of Sabball whom e he died nor in the church If Ardmach or Armagh where 1 e wished to die but In that of the ci y of Down Province of Ulster in tl ie diocese of which was Sabba- llEVENING Going to the The Rosary In Rural Districts of Ireland It Is an October evening In an Irish home There Is a long co Id billowy sweep of the sky In he west whole the sun has gone doinn- and the fields are brown and ba re- In snug haggards that surround he farmhouse their produce lies been gathered and now there is noth ng to be dona but to dig out the pnta toes before the coming of the No vember rains as T C Irwin slings In the dim light one can see the women and girls leaving the scones or their labors and hurrying hopne ward to make ready as hey phrase it for the Rosary Ler yes of russet and red and gold are drift ing from the trees with each hill blast the wind pipes loudly rjmid the vocal reeds and as the belli of tho little church proclaims that It is half past G groups of people bragin to appear from deep boroens and meadow ways There is a moon almost at the full in the east and the number of people Is increas d by that circumstance for tho old try to make ten visits while there is moon light enough to enable them to pass jlOngthcleaves and now they come to the little church that looks gre and sombre though its long narrow win dows are lit up There is an a most Imperceptible pause as each roup passes the low comfortable tha chad cottage with its little garde i in front where a few late roses and dahlias and hollyhocks still loom for there the curate resides aft d you can hear Were in time act ran thank goodness as they nolle s that tho lamp Is burning brightly n the priests sitting room They have luarned from observation in this as In many previous Octobe that His Reverence turns down his lamp till it only shows a fain glim mer ero lIe leaves hta domlcllja and there i81 slight Blackening of the pace that bee been kept up for the remain rOf the v4yV ell rang Just M wu Were a pu ting the last sod on tho potato pit a young fellow remarks wiping his brow Well this is my tenth vis t anyhow Youll need to make two or three ex ra someone rejoins since you we re late moro than once Ned That sure but I set out with a go d intention and thats every th ng Ned makes answer and soon th sy move on past the churchyard wl ore the cypress and yew and weep In willow cast fanciful shadows on th grave mounds and whore the last shivering leaves on the aspens qt aver The headstones and crosses- h vo a ghostly look and tho little riser that runs close by seems to be cl anting a plaintive requiem for the d iad that lie so near Many pray ers and petitions will be offered up fc r the fathers and mothers and hus bands and wives and friends that si jep here in tho last days of Oct ber There is something touching yist not dismal in those old church yards of Ireland with their lines of a dent elms and slender aspens wJiero the rooks gather at eve T ere are very few expensive monu n onts or Columns of marble raised a Jove the dead but plain gray stones mossgrown and ivied bear not ono or two names but those maybe of husband and wife and chil c ron and childrens children FATHER BURNS Service at the Al runeral Ordained Which Me Was The funeral of tho Rev Father ohn T Burns whoso death was ant unced in our last Issue took place 14 the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception at Mobile at the altar at which he was ordained with solemn requiem high mass the Right Rev IWshop Allen officiating In the ei nctuary were many priests and a d legation of fourth degree Knights- o Columbus attended the services In a body The pallbearers were J hn A Hughes Davo Barrett M J Vickers Joseph Hynde D W P irtrldge and George T Sullivan Father Burns was born In Louis wasIIellhis family resided Feeling himself in early manhood called to the priesthood ho began his studios at St Josephs College Bardstown and later on went to St Charles College at Ellicott City Maryland where he finished his classical studies and then went to St Marys Seminary Baltimore for the study of phil osophy and divinity His record in St Charles and St Marys was one nbUrtilMilflbh vwnvnaktid hytho SulQlcJan Fathers To Join the teaching faculty of the college but sick ness forced him at this time to in terrupt his studies When his health was somewhat restored he wont to St Bernards Abbey at Cullman Ala and resumed his studies The following year found him again In St Marys Seminary at Baltimore where he was ordained subdeacon BishopIhe received deacons orders In the Cathedral at Mobile from Bishop Allen and on tile following day was ordained priest He remained at the Cathedral for a short time after hfs ordination His first appointment was as assistant to Rev James I Meurer Church of Our Lady of SorI towS Birmingham and chaplain ofII St Vincents Hospital Here he zealous work When the smallpox was brought Into the hospital by a patient and Sister Regina died of the disease Father Burns remained in the hospital saying mass for the Sisters during tho long period of sickness and quarantine In the spring of 1900 he wont to Huntsvllle and took charge of St Marys church During tho four and a half years he remained in Huntsvllle he endeared himself greatly not only to his flock but also to all citizens of Huntsville regardless of creed Dur ing his pastorate ho brought the Sisters of Loretto from Kentucky and opened a school which has been a great blessing to Huntsvllle His health again falllg him he thought It best to accept the offer of his old friends the Sulpiclan iFathers to teach in their seminary at Menlo Park Col After a few years he found teaching too severe a tax on his energies and by the advice of his ihyslclan he went to Arizona Later on he felt strong enough to return to Alabama and take the chaplaincy ol St Margarets Hospital Mont gomery and later St Vincents Hos pital Birmingham Ala Again he was forced to retire to Boomo Texas COLT AVJNS CASE Barney Coll the best Treasurer that Clark county ever had has set tled the suit brought against him for fees collected during his term of of fice For years the Indiana County Treasurers were allowed these fees but some years ego they were re strained from their collection but under the act passed by the Legislature of 1911 covering such cases X650 was returned to the exTreas urer The sum Involved was only 1860 but of this 200 went toward the expenses Incurred In the litigation the county not profiting Jn any manner whatever ACTIVE DESPITE YEARS Samuel Young II P who was ninetytwo years old on February 25 lias represented the East Division County Cavan since 1892 In the Nationalist Interest lie is a Protestant but politically he has been ono of tho staunchest oC snlfgbvernment for Ireland An IIUIljauntyHe deals with his firn correspond ce and is unremlttent In n e lmY ilia Hon SAINT BRIGID The Mary of the Gael Patron ess of the Church In Ireland x Her Xainu fund Fame Bunks With That of St Patrick Was of Princely Blood Her Fa titer ttcing Chief of- T ol1llto HER MEMORY STILL KEPT GREEN St Bclgld the patroness of the Catholic church In Ireland Is re vered almost as much as St Patrick and Is styled The Mary of the Gaol Her tout day is February 1 and through the efforts of the Ladles ofHiberniansofFebruarydevotionsdivision of the Ladles Auxiliary takes commendable pride In their efforts along this line end in time devotions to St asBrldgetcommonShewoman and wrote many beautiful prayers particularly one In commem ourBlessedare ashamed of the name of Brlgld whoknowcestry the Kentucky Irish American history thelattorbeingrounded by all tfc the time afforded these pleasures to be celvlng the veil at th Macallle Shortly aft nun sho and several oi Ions holy women erect oak tree at Drum Crladb subsequfamous tlChurchS3 learningthatm velopfid Into a Cathedral and became andlearningmonastic Institutions were founded under tho Jurisdiction of the church andCillof AbbotBishops and Abbesses of Klldare St Brlgld eventually became rec ofthowas plotybutsciences From the great Institution at Klldare came the wondrous book of the gospels known as the Book of Klldare This magnificent work ofthowas gorgeously saidItortheandCathedralover Europe herhonoroocurIn HiberniaChristthrough the great miracles which He virginOrlgld forherworld Interred In the Cathedral of Klldare In afteryears her shrine was the object of the onheryear 878 owing to the devastations made by the Danes her remains were removed to the tomb of St Patrick StColumboilleknown in an old Irish ballad in the lines Three dothfmPatrick Brlgld and Columcllle tothebeenbroughtsion While the fame of St Brigid Europetodayland there are few devotions in her honor Those wfao would know more about this great and holy vir gin should read her life and those who are unablo to do this should read some of her edyfylng prayers print booksThese devotion ofStInthlserved as a holy relic at Lumlar near Lisbon Portugal and another ColognetIermanywomen also venerate the Irish saint no devout person could help doing eo PO would read her life After a lapse of 1 S J m ort of IV I Iqr J cE TUOKY J GEORGE SCHLEGEL Announces His Candidacy for the Office of COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party at the Primary Election to Be Held August 2 1913 Georgo Schlegel whoso picture appears herewith Is a son of the late William Schlegel who was an active and prominent resident of the city of Louisville for more than fifty years living In the eastern part of the cltywhere for over thirty years bo conducted a large cooperage busi ness Mr Schlegel Is a prominent member of the Delmont Club and the Moso Oreen Club and is widely known throughout the city and county Ho is at present and has been for the past three years a deputy In the office of tho present thoroughly PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST QEORGEii W BERRy CANDIDATE REELECTION 1 E-r Eighth Magisterial District Eleventh Twelfth Wards SubjectI the action the Democratic party George W Berry Is a candi date for reelection as Magistrate in the Eighth Magisterial composed of the and Twelfth wards subject to tho action of the Democratic party and there Is no doubt from the expressions heard on all sides as to his success in being given the endorsement of his party at the primary on Satur day 2 Magistrate Berry County Edward Barry and Is familiar with the duties of the office MrS hlegel resides in the eastern part of the city where he wasborn and reared and has been an earnest worker for the Democratic party Deservedly popular with all classes his friends are rallying to his sup port in such numbers as to make his nomination almbst certain Mr Schlegel announces that if elected Edward Barry the present efficient County will be his Chief Deputy and that John Tierney will also be one of his deputies 2 1913 FR FOR1 4 r and to of Squire district Eleventh judging August Assessor always Assessor possesses all the qualifications essary to the position to which aspires being levelheaded fair and Impartial in all his dealings dispensing justice in accord with the oath and duties of his office Magistrate Berry has long been a wheel horse in the Democratic ranks and is an active worker in all campaigns his services being ever at the partys call OSK MM4SSN NNNSSiSNN1H1N1SHSKVKNSiK Nti 111W i L H HUDSON President C H WULKOP Vicepresident and Cashier i I STOCK YARDS BANK i i llCAPITAL STOCK 10000000ii 6000000as DIRECTORS TRANSACT A GENERAL J L H Hudson W Saml Logan BANKING 2 G W Embry C SlcCaadleaAccounts of BUSINESSiiC H Wulkop W L Xeaneth B S Mattingly J F Oertel Corporations Solicited Interest Al C W Stocker lowed on Time Deposits CORNER MAIN AND JOHNSON STS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i LW L4S1S1AMN t1 4N1N 11A1Rt1N1N OtiKN44NS01N4 N 411Svwv I IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and I T be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTERcI MAN0FACTCRKD BY KENTUCKY WALLIncorporated PLASTER CO Irjt and RIer Both phones 2M7 Mao operating Hoosier Wall Fluter Plant I1 LouUvllU Ky JefferionTlHe Itid Phone 555 t + iJtit3iwFFdWN Nd FFYaldFFiiYbFhiI 60WMi FIF1I lIoI 1oJttH I i QEO J BUTLER DEALER IN P FANCY GROCERIES PRODUCE FRESH MEATS t AND VEGETABLES CIjARS AND TOBACCO tt- HOMEPHOME3S9 of 0 2O59 PORTLAND AVE ia+HUFF + i Fiii Fi FiiFi i iIii h 0 r tJUDGE LINCOLN One of the Most Efficient Members of the Local LOJOdlclarv The city of Louisville and Jeffer son county have been especially fortunate In tho class and character of the men who form the bar here and particularly the Judiciary ment of broad Intellectual training practical logical and selfmade whoso decisions command the utmost re sped and it IS a pleasure to express the candid opinion shared In by many of the most substantial members of the Louisville bar that on of the most efficient members o the Judiciary Is Walter Pierce Lin coIn of the Jefferson Circuit Court a man of many brilliant attainments Judge Lincoln Is a native of Louis ville and was born In 1857 His early educational training was had In private institutions after whic he attended and graduated from tin- High School Completing his earl education young Lincoln went tto Henderson whore be read law under James P Clay In his day one of the most famous lawyers of the qountry and It was In that city that he wa- Iadmitted tb the bar and began thoI practice of law In 1878 Returning to Louisville the firm of Lleber Lincoln was formed which was theI oldest law firm In Louisville when Judge Lincoln was elected to the tench In 1910 Prior to this how ever for several months In 1907 he served as Judge of the County Court being appointed b cloy Beckham Judge Lincoln i popular with the masses of the people and besides being a member of the Jefferson County Bar Association- Is prominent in the Knights of Columbus and a fellow of the Amen ran Chemical Society The Judge Is happily marled his wife being 1i8SI May Adams whose father was one of the most noted of tho old Texas I Rangers Tho couple have oneII daughter Miss May Adams who 1 la a favorite in the younger set j Upon all sides It is conceded that no 1 man stands higher In and out of the legal profession than this Just Judge who came of Irish stock and whoso ancestors were always devoted to io Interests of the Green Isle It Is Indeed gratifying to be able to state that his knowledge of law Is surpassed by no Jurist In the Stato and that his decisions command the greatest respect and attention- S MURPHY MEETS WILSON Charles F Murphy of New York the leader of Tammany Hall met the firstrealdenttime in many months The visit i which was a pleasant one for the entire party was arranged through one the White House secretaries who raid Mr Murphy wished to pay Lila respects to the new President Mrs Murphy and the daughter of Con KTOMMtn ltzterald and Rlordan 1 Philip J Don feue Treasurer of Tarn U STCI I Masonic ANClE All Se- Thorn McEll many John H McCooey and airs McCooey Michael J Hayes and other well known Tammany men acesm panted Mr Murphy The party was taken from the line of several hundred handshakers In the east room and ushered into the green roo Mr and Mrs AloCooey were the firu of the party to hake the Presidents hand and that Murpbys followed Congratulations said Mr Stu phy Thank you replied the PreslI dent I am glad to welcome you nero The Murphy party left the White Home after a brief Inspection of tho executive offlceo Secretary Tumulty acted as guide and showed them through InC tho Cabinet roomNr phnle BryafI dent Its pretty close ho said with a smile PRESIDENT BARUY KETUKXS whhthe0e Washy t New York City where he spent sev eral days after leaving the national capital President Barry who is th Fortyscom prised of the Fourth and Fifth wards says he will now devote hill entire time and attention for the purpose of securing George Schlegel the nomination for County Assessor SHAMKOGKS CROWD MAILS Patrickya bringsa land to New York City Clerks at the general Poofflce find sprays of shamrocks ferns and Irish sod bursting front envelopes and packages addressed to Irish citizens of this country It Is found that a number of the old folks at home are using postcards as an economical way to send shamrock seeds The seeds are seated in a small envelope about twice the size of a stamp and stuck In the upper lefthand corner of a postcard adorned with Irish emblems and verses FIRST SINCE TANEY Chief Justice White was the first Catholic to administer the oath of office to a President since Chief Justice Taneys time In 18 Cl Taney administered the oath of office to nine Presidents Van Buren Harri on Tyler Polk Taylor Filmore Pierce Buchanan and Lincoln MISSION AT NEW ORLEANS h 11amI j OConnor and ONeil O P from Louisville has been in progress this week in St Theresa church at New Orleans EVerY lIght the church was 3 thronged with people anxious to hear the tloqueiit Dominicans who t have been doing a noble Work In the C Southyt 1 DAY TION ning March 16- IBERNIANS hn M Mulloys n Dougherty DOLLY DOLLARS To Be Presented at Macau leys by Trinity Council YMI Trinity Council Y M I Musical flub will present at Mncauloys Theater on April 7 8 and 9 one of tho most popular entertaining and laughable musical comedies ever presented by local talent in Louisville Miss Dolly Dollars Is one productions hat after the performance It will be talked about for days The music Is from the pen of the famous author byHnrrythe kind that produces merriment from start to finish Dolly Dollars byLulucrowds Everybody should see this performance at least one night Fol Icwlng is the cast of the characters Dorothy Gay an American heiress known as Dolly DoUarsMrsLeo A Schmitt Lord Burlingham in favor of an AngloAmerican allianceJ A Heh mann PInney Doolittle an educated foolP Wellington Hager Samuel Gay a condensed soup magnate John Hodapp Mrs Gay his better 60 per cent Miss Renetta JQlasl Guy Gay who pays a fellow to study for him at OxfordJohn Hen nessyBertha Billings Dorothys maid with a fondness for romanceMIss Grace Ki- mColesteMiss Anna Burns Lieut Von Richter of the German army Joseph Wettle MIggs Lord Burllnghama Valet Louis IJofmann Members of the Dolly Dollars flub Hon Percy Fltzboodle Albert Daly Marquis de Baccarat Henry Dries Baron Von Rhelnhelstor Leo Krebs Count Runoffsky Edward Krebs Count ChiantI Michael FIl burn Duke do Bolero Louis Schranz Prince Umskyvltch James Perry Oapt Sheridan Barry Cole man Ridge Margery an Eton girl Miss Catherine Ecker First Eton boy Michael FIrburn Second Eton boy Edward Krebs Chorus of summer girls Oxford and Cambridge irlfl Eton boys Costers etc Chorus girlsMisses Ella Corbett Catherine Ecker Mary Sheehan SfaTSSrerStefeip Margaret Winter Elsie Burns Ida JJP41SfirM arlo Speckert Rosalia Speckert Olivia Sllberg Mary Recktenwald Jo sephine Lyons Viola Sexton Corrine Jansen Anna Burns Grace Kirn and OttomatMens chorus Messrs James Perry Louis Schranz Leo Krebs Michael Fllburn Henry Dries Albert EdwardrKrebs Paul yowling Walter Ernest Otte Louis Hoffman Dan Tivnan Edward Maloney William Kirohdorfer Louis Eberle and Charles GaHIgan Prof Leo A Schmitt la the musical director and P Wellington Hager the stage director rSPILL CONTINUE Division 4 A Otl to StIR Campaign for New Members At the meeting of Division 4 A 0 H last Monday evening the members were stilt feeling proud over big Initiation they had Just success thosentiment of those present that th movement for Increasing the bership of the division should not b allowed to die with this effort an several of the leading workers In cluding President Hennessy Vice President Lynch and Financial Sec retary Langan urged the members to continue the quest for new members for with the upbuilding of the divis ion would come greater things for tho benefit of tho division probably a homo of their own rising vote of thanks was given Vice President Lynch for this great work in securing candidates In the recent class Greetings were received from James Hourigan of Indianapolis a former member of Division 4 in which ho wished the division luck and prosperity M J Bowling was obligated to membership and the application of Thomas Wolf was received County Secretary Dan OKeefe was present and con gratulated Division 4 on their progress and urged the new mem bers to visit the other divisions and become acquainted John J Barry of the St Patricks day celebration announced the programme and stated that he hoped to see every member at the entertainment tomor row night FIRST CONFIRMATION CLASS Next Monday at St Patricks church a class of about 100 children will receive their first holy communion and be confirmed This will a gala day for the people of this who will celebrate with elab orate and solemn ceremonies the administration of the sacrament of confirmation the high mass at T 1030 oclock For some time pt ithe Rer Ftker Cronls Y Gaad tke Sisters have bein preparing the lass which will aq the first oftkeear In this diocese i r 0 rl WIDELY KNOWN PUBLIC OFFICIAL S I WILLIAM JACOBS Superintendent of the City Workhouse II+Ju1Iut H++ I IoH I I I Zz+ HoIJIoJII ++ 11 H I I SIll I 10 I+H llThe Paderewski of J FORREST SyncopationII r Des a daisy UOH a wonderful boy IM like to BOO another fcllowtvhod agree In teu or twenty lessons to make you or me rllouf lmleriyrfii4 pOlH lini on the ivoree And oh beloved Saint P v r Our great Forrest T B IForI PIANOJt r Positively Taught la Ten to Twenty Lessons Write For Booklet J FORREST THOMPSON 2822 W Madison St Shawnee 2174 I ++ JoI + 1IjoJIlolI1rsjoJII+++ rHIIj 11 1 H+ ICEAn jvimiiE FAIItT See FONTANA BROSd CAFEINCORPORATEDA Fine Wines and Liquors I Best Cigars and Tobacco 4oi THIRD AVENUE Home Phone 7868 LOUISVILLE KY For St Patricks Day Imported Irish Poteen ++I+oJ + ruIuHzz++ J+J 1 +11 111 ++ 10 1 Io + 1 NN NbN N lNN1 NNN NNhNNNNNN Homo Phone City 0201 i ZCOAKEEYJPlumbingt Gas and SteamZI Fitting and Sewerage JOB WORKA SPECIALTY ii- Ii 1120 S SEVENTH STREET I MNNMlN NlNN N9 NNt f i K Jt N- Lw pI Kv rI i J1ENTUOKY rRIS II VOTE FO I I C J ORO1VA I r FOR === I SHERIFFSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primar August 2 1913u Mr Charles J Cronan the well known real estatp man is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Jefferson county Mr Cronan Is now Secre tary of the Board of Councilmen and has performed the duties of that position In a manner that proclaims him a model of accuracy and method He is a thoroughly trained business man born and reared in this city and universally acquainted In both city pandI tlon for the office to which he asplrt and prdscnt indications are that hb t1electiona Intel1i1tI 0 coming to his support and will ta pleasure in giving him their Indor ment of VOTE FORh0 xvl P Se RAY F CANDIDATE FOR REELECTIONd COUNTY CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary August 2 1913 ++o1IoH+ ++l H 1 lI+++o1lloJI ++++ ++J++ fTelephone 518 or 584WESHIPToALLnRsTATI I H ll7P J d o a In r ft Cuscadens Ice Cream of tr Has Pleased the People Sa bl fForForty Years of co t FACTORY 3O9311 S SECOND STREET otl HII su t HIIHHHHW f ing of I R dls Blf The Last DollarT- hat one Eu am 1m you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a tion tion SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLARhmust be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the aro dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever comingUlli Hol of Ky Title Savings Bankchis Spot and Trust CocoFifth and Court Place the are Open Daily Until 3 p m atu days Until 7 p m eaer flee MIMi 7 f 5 In pare fal110mbless MATTGAGAN of Isthe z Liquors Cigars Tobacco tract reden Y ST said sorts ri PALM SUNDAY i Bcginlng of Holy Week Will Bo Observed With More Than Usual Solemnity Distribution of Gciiunliic Palms Will Take Place at High Muss In Churclicft Pious Catholics Always Prepa For Faster by Ppeclal Holy Week Devotions SOMETHING ABOUT CEREMONi Tomorrow is Palm Sunday the beginning of Holy Week and In allas of the Catholic churches in Lou ville New Albany and Jefferflonvlllo lo the distribution of palms will take place at the principal high mass on that day Pious Catholics make It a practice to attend high mass on Palm Sunday and to participate In the procession If one Is hold and to wear a piece of palm in the form of across on the lapels of their coa FormerlyInseadused for palms but about twenty seven years ago the Rev Ernest Audran of Jeffersonvllle who had been a priest at the Cathedral in Vlncennea for many years and who was strict about observancesof all kinds Introduced genuine palms which he obtained from South Carolina These palms are very similar to the ones carried by the multitude who escorted our Saviour Into Jeru importedFather muchIchurches In Louisville soon after theyhlneThe palms are very beautiful and many thousands of them In theirj whole state as they come from the will be distributed and othe upB froem ceremony performed on this day blessing palms or other green boughs after which in ecru a procession Is made t- onor the triumphant entry of onFSaviour Into Jerusalem five days toro his crucifixion LIke the faithful people who paid their sincere homage to Jesus Christ and received Him with acclamations and heartfelFjoy we should welcome our supremLordtFcome and reign in our hearts r subjecting them to the maxims of the g6spolOmass is from Exodus xv 27 t to 7 and the gospel Is from St Matthew xxl 19 The Passion asr relatedbrSt Matthew is usually at u 111 When circumstances permit th Passion is chanted by three clergymen one of whom takes the part of tho Evangelist or narrator anothe- that of the synagogue and the thin I that of Jesus Christ The day isF consecrated to the special commem oration of our Divine Saviours sufferings and death On Wednesday Thursday and Fri of Holy Week the office of enebrae which consists of the matins and lauds of the last three lays is recited and chanted during which fourteen yellow lights mount d on a triangular candlestick are wtlngulshed one by one after salm leaving only the white one he summit lighted Also at thFmd of every second verse of Benedlctus one of the lights on ho altar is put out till all are ex ungulfthed This extinction of th- i ghts typifies the abandonment our Divine Saviour during his Pas Ion He Is represented by the white candle at the top of the can dlestlck which during the Miserere taken from the triangular stand tsnd concealed behind the altar anti slight noise Is made at the end f the office intended to signify the convulsed state of nature at the ath of Christ when it is brought rth again and replaced on the candlestick from which it was ken to remind us that the divinity 0 our Lord was never separated from his humanity Maunday or Holy Thursday i memory of our Lords Last Supper- w on He Instituted the Blessed rament of his precious body and od so called from the first word the anthem Mandatum etc John xinll 34 I give you a new mand that you love one an ler as I have loved you which i ig on that day in the church In Borne places the ceremony of wash the feet takes place in imitation Christ washing those of his plea bolero He instituted thatTssed Sacrament On this day I mass is said that of the Holy harlst as an expression of Joy gratitude for that holy institu though its special commemora is deferred to another time the church being wholly occupied duringSI ly Week with the r st During the Gloria tho bells rung after which they are silent Its t 1 the samo part of the mass on r Saturday to honor the silence will our Saviour during his Passion express the mourning of then h for the death of her Divine ee A the mass of this day the Bishop tcrates tho holy oils which used in the administration of sacraments After mass tho d host consecrated for the of She f the following day Is carried did p recession to a repository pre the l for ltd jeceptlon and the th ful there visit our Lord inn csglvlng for tho inestimable ono Ings conferred by tho institution th o Holy Eucharist On Good Friday Christ crucified ov tha great object that engrosses forthine the as taints to the mystery of the ptlon The Piasionpis sung p rarer are offered up for all my ot penonfl to thowftfrt none our are excluded from the suffrages the church since Jesus Christ ofIns fered Himself a victim for the s of all mankind The stations of the way of the cross are usually followed on this day In particular by devout souls On Holy Saturday the church commemorates the mystery of our Lord in his sepulchre At mass Ho Is represented as coming out of grave and triumphing over death his resurrection The altars byde prived of their ornaments on H death Thursday are again clothed w them The office begins with lighting of a triple candle which emblematic of the Light of Christ The Paschal Candle blessed n this day is a figure of the body of Jesus lightedrc the at five grains of Incense fixed in denote tho aromatic spices that e balmed Him in the sepulchre j On this day the church considers ic a most suitable time for the ad sacramentESof the sacrament the baptismal fontI Is blessed with imposing ceremonies too long to repeat hero and after this blessing the baptisms of such are prepared takes place The J Saturdayis are At the Cathedral of the Assumption on this day the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue D D will officiate assisted by many priests and the h oils used during the year will blessed Following Holy Saturday comes the glorious feast of Easter and isthis festival the Kentucky In American will speak in its next ass TTIK LIFTED RAT We deplore the age of reason that demands a human sign To affirm the faith that sees not yet believes the word Divine Wo denounce the world as godless and bewail Christs alight love But think the angels chide us as they gaze from skies above For a church has been my neighbor and my outlook day by day Has been teaching me the lesson that faith has not died awn And my proof that modern tians keep the fervent sou r i ot yore Are the men whose hats are lift as they pass the churchs rsdoor I IIFromto the old man with his can I From the rich man in his carriage to disdainu Ito I the youth in fashion neat + rom ttheFrom the child whose heart Is spot less to the man whom sins defile rom the mourner bowed with sor row to the Jester with his smile rom the strong with life dIslift hats m homage tthey pass the churchs door j and then a boy looks shame faced and a blushing gout iH 1rTit 4 MV 4 T f fY eHGro and there a man lags back ward till his comrades have a passed by Or a timid hand Is lowered ere ellgains the hat brims heightl the laughter of the worldling puts the cravens faith to flight Yet the grace of God suffices I natures cowardice to shame And the courage of conviction Is but Honors better name For the human loves the loyal and its glory hides in store For the men whose hats are lifted a they pass the churchs doo- rati0 I think reward lurks oven in th revrent action done or the schoolboys eyes are happy as he passes on a run And the rich mans face is sorter erectiI and the dude gains selfre spect And the postmans step is lighter and the officer looks mild And the man of sin smiles gently on the sinless little child And the sad and glad seem kinder IsAndI I ers as they pass the churchs door surviving sign of worship mute acknowledgement of Christ Present on tho mystic altar of th EucharistnBy thy witness Faith is victor hAreChristian lifes immortal ones I Blessed are the hands uplifted be they palms of king or slave foreheadss bared and bowed In tribute brave Welcome to My Fathers man a1lifethe men whose hats are lifted as they pass 111Maryi the DEDIOATION the The beautiful new chapel for the for of St Francis at St AnI thonys Hospital Is about completed I dedication will take place on do Tuesday March 25 The services be most impressive and will doubtless attract a large attendance FEW BUT PITY the Onold Carlisle Bridge in Dublin there used to be a fruit stall kept by Biddy the apple woman who was a ne- well known figure to all passersby had a ready brogue and never a verbal opponent retire with all honors Jo- An American visitor who had and heard rumors of her skill at fencelieday took up a Ii I played for sale and said gravely You grow pretty small apples er here In America wahave them twice this size I Bridget looked up coolysurveyIng canal Joker from head to heels and and replied in a tone of pity W- JfAhwrhat for fbculil I be wasting in breath to talk to one that takes to fOOMbmriw for applet I i jn- of i Louisville by Jam thoan No One Else EnIs Coincidence T CnpmChargt GREAT AID T The people of talking about build Palls of the Ohio as but it all ended in ta McGHlycuddy an Irli camoIYbetook n contract for t tho present great V successfully finished- of boat passing through McGillyIePortland Canal which under a charter granted tucky Legislature It n money for Its owners rear a dividend of 18 pi declared Up to 1847 thi collected from boat adMcGillycuddy was a wise i and willing to take a riskj feet which he knew would be profitable Of course pay no tolls to take boat the canal today and tt thsappurtensmany in the East as far edriver as Pittsburgh and were clamoring for a canal f- In order to avoid the da rapids of the Ohio at this pot their uemeans lam justIP canal problem But Mr McGillycuddr did m bubroughtbrawn and brain illiterate pei but not Ignorant and they mostly Irish The facilities InI days for canal building were y b6aameans stonynahoveled stswas theebut this labor made It possible the commerce of the Ohio to i foundIII41r mtb ltrtfYtiht5LQrg7t3A to gineering feat In order to build dam was built at the head of it canal and this was removed whet the water was let In for tho fin time The first canal was sixtyfou feet to sixtyeight feet and th depth about three feet at extrem low water There were tkree ecru bined lift locks each with a lift a about nine feet a width of flf+ toot and a length of 200 feet Mr McGllIycuddy and his asso elates capitalized the canal n 0Ipeoplethat the United States was forced t recognize the great value of it early completion and by act of Con gress in 1826 the Secretary of th Treasury was authorized to suit scribe for 1000 shares and later foj 2335 shares After many vlclssi tudes the canal washing out n times the banks caving in etc th work proceeded very slowly I excavating the stone from the bed c the canal the workmen found the when this stone was exposed to th or burned for a while 1 and when mixed with san made a very fine article of comenl and this cement was used In buildln the original canal walls From th discovery the manufacture of cc ment on the Falls begun and mile Ions of tons have been made sine Udnow gone into disuse on a of the discovery and gener use of Portland cement Work has never ceased on tl canal since 1830 and probably nov will The canal was widened ninety feet in 1860 and new loc were put In The United States a sumed charge of the work of c largement and the building of a da the head of the waterway and In July 1880 tolls wet entirely abolished Tho canal nov its mouth Is 325 feet wide 21 wide to a point 726 feAt o Fourteenthstreet bridge oil being widened to its termlnatlvlJA Ohio under contracts white an outlay of nearly 200ftj thlIthe work which is novJ progress The land for the onj ment waa condemned by the States two years ago and Da Murphy was one of the app landowners receiving 90000 for their property work of widening the canal Is sarily slow as is the building w and larger locks It is a coincidence that Irish built the canal and that an American has charge of it today H Casey Assistant Eng a very capable man for the The powerful dredgeboat named after a kinsman of Casey who was ono ot the chi glneers in tho improvement o agoIstill worl as they did in the cj it is to be hoped that whose grandfathol Ireland will give therj continue and to incl oroIp 1 i cIIJ I PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 2 1913 I FRANK SCHUSTER CANDIDATE FOR r COUNTY ASSESSORSUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY SPRING SUITS OF DISTINCTION FOR Men and- Young Men13 Showing varied assortments of newest styles I splendidly tailored Kirschbavm Choicest products in Suits are here andready for your inspection Weve never shown a better lot of these famous clothes than we are showing this season This week we shall bring to an end our special 1 clearance sale of Suits and H Overcoats If you havent been here yet make it your business to come Cunning Lewis Brotzge N W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSON Mene and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop Nome Phone TilephoiM Orders Given Shawnee 2280 Prompt Attention Tim P Lawier Groceries Fresh Meats and Vegetables Profit Sharing Stamps With Sales PlcEr COR 29TH AND GAfiFIELD it YY e i c I t i 1 f = ie 4 ynTARt i i q PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 2 1913 I I I I P T SULLIVANCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTR ATJB eventh Magisterial District comprising 8th 9th 10th Wards and 36th to 52nd Precinct of the 11th Ward inclusive Subject to Action of Democratic Party UKEAT SAINT Was St Benignus Who Wrote The Book of Rights The successor of the Apostle of Ireland St Patrick in the see of Armagh was St Benlgnus who was the son of Sognen a man of wealth and power In Meath who had hos pitably entertained tho saint in his Journey to the court of the King Lahavle In the year 433and who was with his family converted and baptized by Patrick The Apostle gave the boy the name of Blnen which means swoet for ho was a youth of amiable temper and disposi tion The boy became very much attached to Patrick and he desired to follow him but his parents were unwilling to lose him St Patrick told Ills parents that God had marked the boy for his own and they permitted him to go with St Patrick who educated Him and taught him piety as well as learning To follow his life hero would require many columns of space When St Patrick resigned the see of Armagh Benlgnus became his successor He wrote a work partly In Latin and partly In Irish on the virtues and miracles of St Patrick also some Irish poems and tho Munster Book of Rights Irish Lapharna g Ceart St Patrick prophesied that Benignus afterward a saint would become his successor as Primate of all Ireland STATE REPORT A 0 II P J Welsh State President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has just issued his report for the year 1912 and tho showing of tho order In Kentucky is encouraging to every member a nice Increase being made numerically and a splendid Increase financially Over 2000 was paid out in sick death and charitable benefits although there were only nine deaths In the yenlThe Coving Sn f 1 ton division is in the host shape from a financial standpoint having 3000 in the treasury but reports the smallest increase numerically this county having two divisions with larger membership WILL MAKE GOon Janies OConnor who succeeded J H Shea as Auditor of the Fiscal Court which position has been de clared an illegal creation by the I Court of Appeals was duly appointed a Deputy County Clerk last Satur day and assigned as Clerk of the Fiscal Court The salary of a Dep uty County Clerk excepting the Chief Deputy can not exceed 1500 a year Mr OConnors appointment 1 Is a popular one and ho will make good with all who have business at the Court House I i BLOODij I have never seen you Ireland My feet have never pressed Tile valos and hills 0 SIreland Whore my fathers keep their rest Oh a distant foreign land you are f To mo outside the pale But in my heart is something call I lBI Ever calling to the Gael Yea the blood of me lis calling to I the Gael I have conned your bitter story And my heart within has cried I have traced your annals gory i With the blood of them that died This the story of an alien land That draws from me the wail Yet In my heart Is something calling Ever calling to the Gaol Yea the blood of me is calling to the Gael I may never see you Ireland Your kiss may never fool Upon your shore 0 SIreland jJ Tis I may never kneel I ColumblnI calling Yea the blood df mp Is calling to tho Gael V I BluntI LITANY Translated From the Irish and Just Brought to Light Recently thorn was brought to light a litany of tho Irish saints translated from the Gaelic It ap pears that there are a number of these litanies they being subdivided Into diocesan saints for Instance R Malacht is the patron of the ODohertys McCanns Magulres CRelllys St Kyran of the Fltzpat ricks the Brennans the ODonag hues and halters and so on down the line The litany concludes with Let us pray 0 holy saints of Ireland 1 whoso names are still In bene diction In tho diocese where in past ages you exercised spiritual rule intercede for the children of Ire land that they may retain and glory in the faith which St Patrick preached to their forefathers 0 holy missionary saints of Ire land whose names are renowned in the lands to which you bore the torch of faith Intercede for the children of Ireland that they may be enabled to conduce to the spreading of that ever glorious light arid so like you arrive at a happy eternity Amen STATE PRESENTS MEDAL At a recent review of the Sixty ninth Regiment in New York City Prof Bayne of tho famous Sixty ninth Regiment Band was presented with a medal by the State of New York for being forty years a mem ber of the regiment The veteran bandmaster on receiving the medal was the recipient of hearty applause from the vast assemblage present Prof Bayno says ho will wear the medal leading the gallant boys of the Sixtyninth up Fifth avenue on Monday March 17 and although be is no longer a young man he is able to hold his own in marching with the most youthful mania the outfit 1 i a +11II I Z IZJIINI I II H I HH III ioJ I 111 I I I I 11 I I t I It WHEN IN NEE- DFURNITURE 0 DONT OV THAT THE LARGE- SELECTIONS OF J Lowest Pric CAN BE FO WMF W 413 WEST M L+ HHIHMH +H 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1NKtiSN1N NN SiKNNNii NNN IIP i IPresidentI I i German Bank I LOUISVILLE KY I CAPITAL 250000 i SURPLUS 535000 IIINTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS I s NNSKN114oN N K N NtiNNH1N1ti N1KNKN1StiVV WNtiNNS11 uB 3 d 4333 1h333 333 3 rI3 t HENRY PASLICK i Reall Estate and Loans REFERENCES German Bank Ger man Insurance Bank Fidelity Trust Company Louisville Trust Company and others Room 302 Louisville Trust Co- S W CORNER FIFTH AND MARKET STS oJo +l01ooJ oIHI1oH1o++++oE +o1 I +H+ J otllIIIlIllz+Nome Phone Telephone Orders Given Sbiwnie 2280 Prompt Attintlon TUOS PIGr- oceries Lawier Fresh Meats and Vegetables Profit Sharing Stamps With Sales N E COR 29TH AND GARFIElD TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM OrangePineapple EVERYTHING SANITARY 100 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY THEO WALLERMANUFACTURER OF GENTS F NE SHOES REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WalnutcI J DAILY LIVES Anil Routine Pursued by Cnrdl null of the Clmrcli In America Gibbons Farley rind OConnfell Live in the Interest Others 01II lever an Hour Devoted to luxurious Pleasures Oiv Idleness ARE PATRONS OF THE ARTS Any one who Is looking for a guide to the simple life should turn first to Americas three Cardinals whose daily lives although full from tho heglnnlg to the end of the day with all manner of important duties are nevertheless characterized by a simplicity utterly unknown In tIle everyday routine of men who occupy positions in the community of any thing like the same importance These princes of the church live absolutely in the interest of others and from the time they arise before C oclock in the morning until their early retiring hour there is no one moment of tho day devoted to lux urious idleness or meaningless pleas ureIn the private chapel in the rear of his residence Cardinal Parley celebrates the mass every morning before breakfast Once a week he goes to confession He fasts on holy days and keeps all the rules of tho church that are set down for the humblest priest Every day and all day is taken up with a great number of engagements nil concerning the welfare of the church After a simple breakfast of cereal fruit and ten with perhaps one chop or a small pieco of steak the Cardinal attends to his correspondence which is very large and extremely Important There are always a number of visit ors from different parts of the world fho must be interviewed as the Cardinals list of callers includes diplomatists high potentates of the I church philanthropists men of af fairs and women of exalted social rank from all parts of Europe and America Cardinal Farley is a charming host and his hospitality is always ready when church digni taries from foreign countries are visiting America The Cardinal keeps himself informed on all the questions of the day If there is any additional time left for reading dur ing the busy twentyfour hours Hi is occupied with books on history I and biography Tho Cardinal dines j at 1 oclock in the afternoon and before his dinner he takes a long walk which lasts often from 12 to 1 Tea Is served at C oclock the mealjJ including only tea which Is the Cardinals favorite beverage and breadstuffs of one kind or another Then there is another walk and the I Cardinals labors begin again until cardinalidlsUkesscarlet robe makes him an object ofI much curiosity and because of this he consented last spring to accept I the gift of nn automobile from a par Ishloner Until that time he had acIcrptluxury iiddltlon to walking the only outdoor exercise in which the Cardinal in dulges Is golf which he learned to play at Long Branch where he had n cottage for the season The Car dinal reads all the newspapers every day and lots no item of CatholicII news escape him A large the Cardinals time is devoted to the I consideration of the assignment and promotion of priests The Cardinal Is known for his fairness In placing priests according to the capabilities they have shown and It Is necessary for him to devote a considerable amount of time to the consideration of the afalrs of the various parishes I In order that the right man may e promoted to the right place when there Is a vacancy In the world of Catholicism Cardinal Farley is known as the Cardinal of the Missions Under his direction the diocese of New York has sent the larg est amount of money for mission work of all the Catholic dioceses Hardly a day goes by without the Cardinal being called upon to take up tho question of missions in one form or another He Is deeply in terested in the Society for the Pro pagation of the Faith the Catholic Bowery Missldh and the Chinese Mission of New York City In his present position It Is necessary for Cardinal Farley to make a great many public appearances which It was possible for him to avoid as Archbishop Ho may be called upon in the course of the day to address a Catholic society bless a new school building lay tho cornerstone of a church dedicate a church open a hospital or preside at an Installa tion Cardinal Farley has also all the diocesan business of New York to look after as he Is still Arch bishop of New York and as such has complete charge of Its 962 priests 344 churches and the 1219920 souls that are Included In the Catholic parishes Cardinal Gibbons lives According to the same simple rules as Cardinal Farley Their hours of rising din Ing and taking their dally walks are almost Identical After attending to his dally correspondence and busi ness matters Cardinal Gibbons holds a public reception from 10 to 12 oclock He usually receives the priests of his diocese from 4 until 5 oclock In the afternoon and his afternoon constitutional takes place after 6 Every ono In Baltimore knOws Cardinal Olbbonn and looks for him to pass in his walks which are never omitted because of rain snow or burning heat The evenings on which no Catholic function at which It is necessary for Cardinal Gibbons to be present calls him from his home are devoted to books Cardinal Gibbons Is passionately fond of traveling and makes WBT trips to Barop In addition to visit n lag all parts of this country HIs- s entyelght years sit lightly on this great churchman and In a day he is cble to accomplish as much as most men of even middle ago would re gird as work for a week Cardinal OConnell of Boston the third of Americas Cardinals al though a man of astonishing versa tility a lover and patron of all the arts an orator of distinction and ai accomplished musician is fitted t societybutof his time since his elevation to hi present office to the study of sucl social questions as particularly af ffct the poor He Is oxtrenol charitable and gives largely of hi Gwn income to those in need ln flagging energy in the Interest o the church and of all its chiltlre characterizes the Cardinals dall life He is exceedingly fond of got and on the links finds his greater pleasure as well as a means o keeping down the embonpoint wit which his sturdy figure is thr at ened SHALL MY SOUL PASS- TIfROUGI1 IRELAND I 0 soggarth aroon sure I know 111 is fleeting Soon soon in the strange eart ray poor banes will lie 1 have said my last prayer and n- celved my last blessing And if the Lords willing II really to doe But soggarth aroon can I nevi ngan see The valleys and hills of my ilea native land When my soul takes Us flight froi this dark world of sorrow Will it pass through old Trelan to join the blest land It 0 soggarth aroon sure I know the in heaven The loved ones are waiting an watching for me And the Lord knows how anxious am to be with them In those realms of joy mid sou pure and free Yet soggarth I pray ere you lea me forever Relieve the last doubt of a po dying soul Whose hope next to God Is know that when leaving Twill pass through old Ireland the way to Its goal III O soggarth aroon I have ke through all changes The thriceblessed shamrock lay oer my clay And oh it has minded me oft and often Of that bright smiling valley far faraway Then tell me I pray you will never again see The plnco where It grew on i own native sod When my body lies cold in the la of the stranger Will my soul pass through Ei on Its way to our God IV Arrah bless you my child surf thought It was heaven You wanted to go to the mome vyouVflledr And such JET the place on the tick Im giving But a coupon to Ireland Ill Btl to its side Your soul shall be free as the wi oer the prairies And Ill land you at Cork on f banks of the Lee And yolikeTo guide you all right ov mountains and sea v Arrnh soggarth aroonl cant y do any better I know that my feelings mi peril your grace But if you allowed mo a voice 1 the matter I wont take a landing at an such place The spot that I long for Is swet County Derry Among Us fair people I was bor and bred The Corkles I never much fancle while living And I dont want to visit the after Im dead vr Let me fly to the hills where n soul can make merry In the North where the she rock more plentiful grows In Counties of Cavan Fermnnai and Derry Ill linger till called to a bett repose And the angels you give me w find It inviting To visit the shrines in the Islan of Saints If they tiring from St Patrick wrlUngTheyll for an complaint VII A soul my dear child that hat pinions upon It provInce Through Ulster and Munster and Lolnstor and Connacht In less than a jiffy youre over It all Thou visit sweet Cork where your soggarth was born No doubt many new things have como Into vogue But one thing youll findthatboth night noon and morn As for centuries back theres no change in the brogue VIII Good mylastAnd yourhandSure youre sOggarth for all and powerAnd for what I have said And throughIrelandAnd finding the place so re markably small Ill never let on to tho angels while crossing That wo know a distinction In counties at ill WILL SATO TIME To s6ve tlmo for transAtlantic J IrelutIs1 ANOTHER WOlUJl UECORD Patrick J McDonald tho New York policeman who last summer won the Olympic honors at Stockholm Sweden has made another worlds MadisonSquareDonald put the twentyfour pound shot thirtynine feet three and a fourth Inches nearly five Inches more than his worlds record made out doors at Celtic Park eighteen months ago SEVENTY FOR MONTANA Very Rev Victor Day Vicar Gen eral of the Diocese of Helena Mont who has been making a tour of withhimand Belgium who accompanied him to Montana The men of tho party are all practical farmers CATHOLIC POPULATION The Sacred Congregation of Pro paganda has recently presented to the Holy Father the results of the cathOlllpopulation beat I jf f 1I j VII 111111Office 528 Wes- TELEPHir Southe Youll handle t Yard so J r n- bt il TUoI IIcs z rK 1 1fiMER16fiNfsvoted to the Social and Morsi dnncemement of Irish Americana and CIbolIM Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorponted PublUhorn INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 BnUrtd it tk LouliTlll Pottotllc it S eondCI j littir I Alren all CommnulCBtloai to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3IWI West Occei St UNIONJ TNAOES LAeFl coUNO LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 15 1913 ABLE MEV AD SAFE Leading men and papers all agre vthat President Wilson has well improved his time since the election last November as shown by the selection of a Cabinet the member of which are eminently qualified to discharge the duties of the great departments they are respectivel called upon to preside over Men o1 character and strong personalities their selection by the President has impressed the country with the i opinion that the administration will he efficient and businesslike from start to finish Every member of the Cabinet enjoys the respect and confidence of the country and therefore the administration moves on to action In harmony and accord supported by the good wishes and good will of the people of the United States ST PATRICKS CELEBRATIONS f The day for processions and civic demonstrations In honor of St Patrick seems to have gone by so far as Louisville Is concerned and therefore the St Patricks day obi servances will consist mainly of religious exercises In the morning end Indoor entertainment In the evening Tomorow morning at St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market streets there will be a high mass and the Vicar General of the diocese of Louisville the Very Rev James P Cronin will preach the sermon At this mass the Ancient Order of Hibernians will attend and approach holy communion and the Irish people of the city generally are expected and Invited to be present In all of the other churches where the Irish people predominate there will be services In honor of Irelands patrpn saint In the evening at the Shubert Theater there will be an interesting St Patricks night enter tainment at which the Right Rev Bishop OPonaghue Trill deliver the address Devotion to the Passion of Our Lord U appropriate at all times but especially during thou remaining J I week of the holy season of Len The church would have us dweU upon tho sufferings of our Savlou during this time and to learn from them the attitude of Almighty God toward sin which required from our Blessed Lord that terrible satisfaction which Ho mado during the last row days of his Ufo on earth The Vatican authorities have innouncpd that tho Indisposition from which Pope Plus has been suf Bring was insignificant Followln i slight attack of grippe arid atarrh the Holy Father suspende the usual public audiences which ave rise to the rumors of his serious ilncss Seventeen more divorces were ground out last Saturday in the Circuit Court The consequence mean that many disrupted home and more orphaned children This Iis Indeed a sad showing for Louisville and Kentucky Our divorce laws almost lax and can not be changed too soonActing Gov McDermott gives most convincing reasons for his opposition to a special session of the Kentucky Legislature He is right when he leclares this not an opportune time or a special session and that they ihould not lightly spend the people noney The hobble skirt Is doomed and IIn aria there is a sigh of relief Seve lundred costumes have been on ex ilbltion at one of the fashionabl Dressmaking establishments of tIle rench metropolis and among them not a closefitting skirt was to bb teenThe law passed by the Kentuck Legislature providing pensions for Confederate veterans has been de lared unconstitutional by the Attor hey General Suits will be filed and he entire question taken to the ourt of Appeals By jan almost inexcusable ovor night thin name of Lawrence J ffffky appeared following an iTtlclo in lost weeks Issue wltl vhlch it had no connection whatever Che line was set and Intended for Ia 1st of committees that was being irlnted and time mistake is charges o our makeup alone Tho Louisville Automobile Club tas become alarmed over the Jangers of roller skating on the treots They fear the children will run over them or that their death dealing speeding may be curbed JAILER PFLANZ Official Whose Fame Ex tends Over the United States In Jailer John R Pflanz the city of Louisville and Jefferson county have an official whose fame extends a11 over the United States and a man who should be kept at the head of the Jefferson County Jail as long as ie will consent to serve That this Is the consensus of opinion is attested by the fact that thus far he has no opposition for renomination md election to the office he now so ably fills Jailer Pflanz was born In his city and soon after leaving chool and while still a youth displayed commercial and financial iblllty of a high order Upon becom Ins of ago he gave his allegiance to ho Democratic party and besides being an earnest worker has always been among the first and most lib ral contributors to the national and Icat campaigns of his party Mr flanz entered public life as a member of the City Council serving two brms as Councilman and Alderman For one term ho was Sheriff of Jef rson county and a very efficient fficlal he made For years he has served as Jailer first taking charge or that institution in 1895 With the exception of one term he has lied that office ever since and under his able administration the local Jail has come to be looked upon as the modet one of the country Every year officials from other tates corns to Louisville to inspect this Jail with the result that it has been the pattern for those of many of 10 larger cities The new Jail was erected under his administration and wlUstand a monument to his foresight and ability Our Jailer has also shown traits of tho true human arlan being the author of the matrons bill and a strong advocate oft the Juvenile Court He Is also opposed to locking up children and rowing them in contact with hardened criminals He has frequently appeared before the Legislature advocating reform measures and to his Torts is due the substitution of the metric chair for the old death penalty of hanging by the neck uch more might be written but- the foregoing will suffice to show his worth and fitness for the office he 1OW holOr r SOGIETY 1 Miss Marcia VIgllnl is spending the month at Atlantic City Miss Mary Brannigan has gone to Washington and New York for two weeks Miss Clara OConnor is back In Frankfort after a visit with relatives In this city Fire Chief Patrick Car I IAssistant entirely recovered W A M D PH D i I wr wf t =I Superintendent of Hospital Mayor W 0 Heads administration will go down In history as the most successful and brilliant of 1211 her great Mayors He demonstrate his fitness by appointing men of ability to manage the department His selection of Dr J W Fowler as Superintendent of the big gonersl City Hospital proved his keen Insight into the fitness of men Di Fowler has taken care of the alck and wounded poor of the city as I1It has never been done before and to the entire satisfaction of the Boar of Safety and the sixty members of tho medical and surgical staff withI whom he Is associated Mayor Head said in a public address at the Seelbach auditorium that his admin- Istration had been made brilliant by the men he had selected as heads of the departments and that he was particularly proud of the record Dr Fowler had made In his conduct of the City Hospital- During the four years that Dr Fowler has had charge of tho hospital ho has Improved and system Ized every department and hat brought tho large training school for nurses to a high standard of moral ity and discipline During his ad ministration there has been nc from the Illness that has been keep Ing him off duty Miss Celia Laven has returnei from a visit to New York and other Eastern cities Lep R Flgg the street contractor was a sojourner this week at West Baden Springs Miss Louise Smith of Chicago Is the guest of Miss Irene McCabe of Reservoir Park William B Barry was a visitor In New York City last week stopping at the Hotel Breslin Misses Margaret and Betty Mc Kenna of Fairfield visited here the latter part of last week Miss Agnes Lynch of Jefferson vllle is visiting relatives in Louisiana and will be gone for some time Mrs Charles OMara of Nashville who has been visiting Miss Laura Feaman In Crescent Hill has re turnedM J Foley after a stay of several months In San Francisco is now visiting his brothers and sisters at Powee Valley Misses Lucille and Frances Shan ley have been spending tho week ati Fairfield as the guests of Miss I Pranced McKenna Mrs Charles Borntraeger Mrs Henry Paslick and Mrs Roy Whar ton spent Friday with Mrs John Moritz in Crescent Hill Mrs Anna McDaniels 202 West Market street Now Albany has asher guest this week her niece Miss Mary Hurley of Festus Mo J Mr and Mrs Joseph H Tobe ofI lepburn avenue and daughter Miss Elizabeth Tobe left Saturday for lot Springs Ark to spend a month Mr Robert W Bingham and I children havo gone to Asheville N C3 where they will be the guests of Mr Binghamfi father Col Bingham for several weeks Miss Margaret Newman of Frank fort arrived here th first of the I week for a visit with her brothers Jessrs Thomas B Newman and I Vllllam H Newman If J Mrs Michael Fitzgerald andeI e Miss Johanna Fitzgerald 1- of Spriagfleld have been the guests ll- I ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection I this week of Mr and Mrs Conrad Hertlein in New Albany John Scully and sister MissIi Elizabeth of Bridgeport Conn Miss Maymo Barrett of were recent Sunday guests of the i Misses Foley at Pewee Valley Capt Thomas Hanlon who holds the position ol SergeantatArms In J FOWLER M T the City I laughter scandal of any kind connected with the hospital and it Is now regarded by the visiting staff the clergy of all denominations and by the sick rind wounded as a model Institution Dr Fowler has held many offices of honor and trust He was Pros dent of the State Board of Pharmac of Kentucky President of the Louis vllle College of Pharmacy Preslder of the Kentucky Pharmaceutical As soclatlon President of the Catholic Conversational Club President of the American Federation of Catholic Societies a member of the Board of Aldermen former editor of the Med leal Herald former managing editor of the Midland Review former mar ager of the Louisville Pharmacc Works a member of the Commercial Club a member of the Louisville Literary Society a member of the Knights of Columbus a member cof the Order of Alhambra a member of the PI Mu Fraternity Dr Fowler has devoted much of his time to tho study of literature He is a contributor of prose and verse to leading magazines an1 author of Frederlcksburg and of Lost Opportunities He also dellv era public lectures on Evangeline Napoleon English Literature etc Congress Is visiting at his home iIn New Albany where he will remai until the extra session is called Mrs Harry T Esterle who has3t been spending a month at Ho t Springs will leavo there and go to Little Rock to spend the rest of thi t winter with her son Harry Esterle The many friends of Dave Qarve were rejoiced to see him out again this week He has almost fully re covered from the effects of the oper ation he underwent at St Josephi I Infirmary last month Mrs Catherine Spalding amI daughter Miss Tillle are expected tc I soon movo to this city from Carroll ton Louisville was their former home and they will bo Joined hereby James Spalding and family ol Evansville RELIEVED FROM SUFFERING I Though not unexpected the death last Saturday morning of Mrs Bernadlna Reid beloved wife of James iF Reid the well known printer caused a feeling of deep sor row among her many friends and relatives Mrs Reid had been a sufferer from diabetes and when the end came was fortified by the last sacraments Besides her husband she lleaves a daughter Mrs C Mallette of Bloodland Mo two brothers Fred and John Struck and two sisters Mrs E S Miller and Mrs Lucy Lilly the latter of Somer set Ky Her funeral was held from the Cathedral and was largely attended For the bereaved husband and daughter there is felt the most sincere sympathy ALTAR SOCIETY EUCHRE Tho ladles of the Cathedral Altar Society are meeting with great encouragement for their euchre party which will be given at the Catholic Vomans Club on the afternoons and evenings of March 25 and 2G Already there has been a good sale of ickots and many handsome presents are promised MACKIN COUNCIL Only routine business was transacted at the meeting of MackIn Council last Monday night the session being adjourned early In order hat the members could pay their ribute of respect to the memory of atrick Mullarky President Adams occupied the chair and announced hat one application for membership hall been received TRANSYLVANIANCONSUREl E N Canada Cenl Supt Ben lBruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building NO MON ONr NiONNN NNOi0NA0NSNIONNNNSNiN01e 0 0 NON eig 0 1lO il0l0lNNOls161011010 1iNNNNNS0i0Ni0s0- ll HERMAN STRAUS q SONSFOURTH AVENUE aYCOl7PO0AtO MARKET STREET Advance Sale of Wash Goods Iiand Linens t 1 Come In and See These New Materials We I Know the Prices Are Low Now White and Colored Wash Materials For Early Spring Wear IMPORTED WHITE RA inches wide with borders this sea 11TlNE40 popular styles regu I 85cIt and Crepe Voiles with ratine borders values up to 98139 special per yard C WHITE VOILEWith neat ratine stripe 38 inches wide Splendid weight and cfliality 75cialC IMPORTED ENGLISH VOILESIn all the new stripes and checks designs and t colorings regular 35c quali yard ties special pCr25c COLORED NUB RATINES In all the plain colorings also white with colored and drawn borders 119 special values per up yardt085Cc- I e NOYAa- lN S HARRY DOERI Carriage and Wagon Builder PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEINGII 1716 1718 1120 PORTLAND AVENUE IBS OP BOLllBUSi Late News That Will Interestt Members Here and Elsewhere There were forty candidates In the class Just initiated In Memphis A council Was organized Sunday att Pendleton making the thirteenth ofr the order in Oregon The Knights of Dayton Ohio have inaugurated a campaign to secure funds to erect a 30000 home The council Just organized at Okmulgee Okla started off with seventyeight charter members By a majority of one vote the Wisconsin State Assembly passed the bill making Columbus day a legal holidayCharles Swift has been arrested at St Johns Newfoundland charged with publishing and circulating the false oath that Fourth degree mem bers are alleged to take The annual retreat for the combined councils of Cincinnati and Hamilton county will close tomorrow night at the Cathedral The services have been conducted by the Rev Father Eugene Creegan C P of Holy Cross Monastery COL WITAMjEN IMPROVED Col John H Whallen is rapidly convalescing from his recent Illness and expects to be out among his friends wearing an imported sham reck on St Patricks day The Colonels many and loyal friends are rejoicing over his recovery PMUmiNCI VENTURE Joseph Coakley a well known young man of Limerick has Just opened a plumbing establishment at 1120 South Seventh street and is prepared to handle all orders of plumbing gas and steam fitting Mr Coakley has a large following of friends who wish him well In his new venture t SHAMROCK SOCIALS J The Shamrock Socials composed I if a number of pretty and popular t tUn Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 125 value special lO piece C EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGCLOTH 36 inches wide 12 yards in the vireo regular 185 grade special per Q1 I 0piece jpJU t SOFT FINISH ENGLIS- HNAINSOOIt Beautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide 12 yards to the piece 198 quality special po ft 49piece VA 40 INCH SEA ISIiAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 for 2 75perFINE EGYPTIAN SOT FINISH NAINSOOKFull 40 inches wide for fine under garments and infants wear 25speciaJOMO Oi1NAN0a0t10NA0- 0NNONNNN NNWOIeNe your will first to buy or your 11 11 a to Ii PHONE i young ladles of St Williams want their friends to know their and lotto oa Monday will be a swell affair They make numerous valuable Awards which will be of OConnell Hal at Thir Readymade Sheets and Pillowcases HEMMED BLEACHED PILLOWCASES Size 42 X 36 from splendid grade bleached muslin always sell at 121h special OfI each Oi3C HEMSTITCHED AND PLAIN HEMMED PILLOW OASESjSizo 42x36 heavy linenfinish muslin values up to 17c speciaJ11c BEST UTIOA PILLOW CASES hemmed sizo 42x36 always sell atlfspeCIal at ZLI HEMMED BLEACHED SHEETSLarge double bed size from heavy grade linenfinish muslin good value at 63c speciall Q each 4bO- lHEMSTITCHED c BLEACHED SHEETS Size 81x90 of a good grade 79c64cspecial H Oel1 ONNNON ON ONNOo- ON O ONlOrONN6iNNNN JAMES B KELLY WITH VARBLE AND FRAZIER CO LTa REAL ESTATE BROKER i Solicits business and render you class service whether you want sell property W H ROWLAND Is Also Associate With This Firm REATY BUILDINGH- ome Phone City fi4 Cumb1l61S I 1 1 1 1 I 1 111101 1 I 1111111111 oJoJoo11ul 1 I 1 1Iut WRAPPING PAPERS AWWtl0 11 WNVNW IIUmlOlIIlIIlII you give them serious consid eration Or you buy any old Whytnot 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