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Z PATRONIZE Second and VOLUME XXXNO 12 SATURDAY MARCH 22 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS CREDITABLE Louisvilles Observance Mono- big Irelands Patron Saint Hibernians Receive Holy Com iminlon at St Patricks Church Large Audience Greets Bislho1 ODoiiaglme at Masonic Theater GREAT DAY FOR THE IRIS Never before has Louisville had a- more praiseworthy celebration 1In honor of St Patrick the glorlou- Apostle of Ireland than that of last Sunday Imbued with the true fall St Patrick planted in the Emerald Isle over fifteen centuries ago his children observed the day with the religious and patriotic spirit charac teristic of the Irish people The day dawned crisp and clear and early 1 in the morning the Hibernians andI Ladies Auxiliary from all parts ofr the city gathered at St Patricks church to honor the memory of their Illustrious patron and receive holy communion Rev James P Cronin V G was the celebrant of the high mass and in his sermon he greetedI the large number present with a cead mule failthe Father Cronin commended the Ancient Order of Hibernians for the good works they were engaged in and their loyalty and devotion to their ecclesiastical superiors He also dwelt at someI length on the devotion of the IrishIpeople to the one true faith Despite the most cruel persecution they ha l ever remained true and of all thc nations not one suffered as much o came out stronger for the Catholic religion than did the Irish Even f I this country the number of those who had lost the faith was inII fluiteslmallv small while those wh had gone to heaven could be counted only in millions The literary and musical celebra ticr of the day was held In the even- Ing at the Masonic Theater under the auspices of the County Board A O H when a great and appreciative i audience greeted the Right Rev LoutsaI Ir J ladies and gentlemen who contributed I BO largely to the excellent t programme in which were blended I patriotism oratory music and hu mor A remarkably enthusiastic scene was presented and the vastc audience warmly applauded when the IBishopI his right and County President W JaConnelly on the left while Judge Matt ODoherty Col P H Callahan State President P J Welsh William M Higgins Thomas Keenan George J Butler Daniel McCarthy James P Barry Thomas Walsh John Doyle and Martin Cusick occupied thett row of seats just behind them County President Connelly who pre sided expressed the great pleasure It afforded him to introduce one known and loved by all and who had so kindly consented to honor the oc casion with his presence With feelings of love he Introduced Bishop ODpnaghue pledging him the loyal and united support of both the Ancient Order and the Ladles Aux iliary President Connelly touched upon the Catholic growth in Louis ville and the Increase of fraternal orders and complimented the com mittee upon the excellence of the programme When Bishop ODonaghue arose of there were rounds of applause LookIIIn tag at the sea of faces before him heSsaid the audience was all right andphe was glad to be with them and constribute to the celebration Nations honor the memory of their great gen of orals and benefactors but no country had one more deserving of honor than St Patrick whose work was for God and the people The Bishop fPatrIckminded people worshiping the sun of and not stone gods Few realize the work that confronted the great apostle whose miracles can be M authenticated The work of the saint was thorough In a few years the whole Island was converted to Chris ttlonof Its fathers despite the persecution v of centuries He verily believed that St Patrick was still watching overa Ireland and her people and it Isatherefore right and proper that they dBishoppersecution of the Irish during the time of Cromwell when tho English man declared he would drive them to hell or Connaught The Irish went to Connaught but did Crom I well go to the other place asked j II ddayscelebrate mass In caves In their ef forts to escape the persecuting English soldiers It was the spirItt of St Patrick and the memory of his name that served to keep alive the Irlsh1menj 1r 1 i j country and forced to seek refugo In other lands their loyalty to home L and religion never died In Tas ldlaAfrlcaSHatea everywhere there are Irish men there you will find churches dedicated to St Patrick the one man who converted a nation that has 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN maintained its faith unshaken for j more than 1500 years In concluding Bishop ODonaghue said he came with a good will and good wish and hoped they would alive 11 to have many celebrations Ito GodrtheBlshop came Thorn ton Flynn whose solo was so well1 rendered that he had to respond an encore Daniel McCarthys rend- lion 1 of The Priests Leap so interested the audience that a pin could conclusionlapplause The Irish humor and comedy and singing of Frank and Kate Carleton proved gatherIngSeymour the blind boy captured the soloPn where all could see him Real Irish enthusiasm was manifest and tr Irish loyalty was shown when t e Stars and Stripes received even louder cheers than the green flag shamHL ingly sang Theyve Won Every Nations Battles But Their Own Miss Gladys Relgels solo was well re calved land Miss Effie McDonald sang with force and sweet voice The HallsEvery number was artistically ren norh3 praise than the other would be un just The splendid programme was concluded with moving pictures of the Irish drama Colleen Baw- nCOMMITTEES Named For the Year For Central Committee C K of A LThe regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee Catholic Knights of America at St Marys weekIwas and interesting President Schalda named the following standing committees for th yearEntertainment H1gcTony Beni Matntingly MembershipJohn J Score Jo mph P McGinn W T Meehan H ReichertdHenry Ritual W T Meehan I McCarthy William Cushion Joh Soeder I Presslea M Relchert WilliamII M Higgins John J Score i jStateI jjjIj greetings from the Supreme Dele t tD GOlIQOt4rp3Yj4A tQYM 1I p 1 son who Is expected io pay a visit to the Knights of Louisville before the Supreme Council meets In Wash Ington Gen Michael Relctiert reported the results of the meeting I and conference held at the Church t St Francis of Assist which givesII promise for a new branch soon after j I The committee were given I cordial reception by the men of the parish and pastorII j Helen of success I IIfromI ing the Catholic Knights of the city to participate in the retreat to be given at tho Cathedral The Invlta tion was accepted and all who can were urged to Join with the K of C and also bring their nonCatholic friends CONSECRATION I Bishops and Abbots at St Anthonys Hospital Tuesday ft Next Tuesday will be one of the most memorable days In the history St Anthonys Hospital this city Charge of the noble Franciscan On that morning will take with elaborate ceremonial the consecration of tho handsome new chapel of the Sacred Heart Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Including the three marble altars The consecration ceremonies will begin at 730 oclock In the In1 morning and will be followed by a high mass Right Rev Chartrand Coadjutor Bishop Indianapolis will conduct the consecration ceremony for the main altar and the Right Rev Edward Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemane and the Right Rev Athanasius Schmitt of St Melnrads Abbey twill be the consecratllng prelates for t other two altars Right Rev ODonaghue Bishop of Louis ule will preach the sermon for the occasion The three marble altars the communion railing which works of art are the donations of Miss Lillian Pearson of Phila I A banquet will be ten the visiting clergy at the conclusion of the high mass PRAISES AMERICA IThe asIa issuedSaturdayHoliness also rejoices In the abolition of the antiCatholic clause In he British coronation oath He says that It is evidence of greater freedom in England l OHURCJJrt SUPPER The ladles of St Marys church sociallyinactiveill entertain with a bounteous supper on Monday March 24 In St Jo sephs Hall East Eighth street Their affairs are well attended and alw yu enjoyable ROUTED Tory Forces Suffer From Ise ion Detents and Split in itoRanks Breach Has Widened and Their Fight On Ministry Is raWeak Ministry Wlll Remain Two More Years and Pass Homo uoRule REAL CALM RULES IN Reviewing the week In Parliament and the fear caused by threatened war Hon T P OConnor cabled the American press that abroad every thing for several days promised a tempest and even cataclysm while at home there reigned unfathomable dullness The situation In the House of Commons presents tho extraordinary spectacle of a new Parliamentary session opening with all the tranquility staleness and even depression which more fitly belong to the close jot a session when eevrybody Is too exhausted to tool or speak excitedly The attack of the Tory opposition on the Ministry is so feeble tha everybody wondered Andrew Bonar Law opposition leader spoke in tones of subdued moderation tin strange contrast with his fiery ut terances of the last I session Law even went to the length o acknowledging that the Ministry might remain two years more in of aneother measures In short the Tor leader made a speech of a completely broken man The demon stratlon of the Tories was most conspicuous on tho night when the attacked the home rule policy ot the Ministry For hours the Hous- of Commons remained with lessC than twenty members present an the debate at several times would J have collapsed if some of the talkaJ thenTortes spin It till the end of the sitting dekscribing this new session of th 1 Commons as the deadest In many the enormou I ialJTlilitht this demoralization of the Tories sI attributed to the fierce conflicts be hind the scenes between the rival sections of the party The 100 dtding taxers though beaten in the recen j struggle are not reconciled to ac cept the situation and they made a desperate effort to force on Bonar whlc1jthe old sores and again exposed the Internal divisions Bonar Law has put his feet down and suppressed the protectionist motion and added to the fury of the defeated food taxers by appointing as an additional Tory whip Capt Stanley brother of Lord Derby who Is especially detested by the food taxers as the chief organizer of the recent successful revolt against the food taxes The situation of Bonar Law and the Tory part Is further complicated by the extraordinary choice ot the Tory candidate for one of the two byelections now being fought the Tory candidate being an avowed tree trader and therefore In full revolt against the whole policy of protection Such a candidate II sanctioned by Bonar Law would look like the final abandonment of protection as a Tory policy and would be the last word in the controversy and close forever the disastrous protectionist chapter of Tory history which Joseph Chamberlain opened seven years ago KLAlHEKE A GUARDIAN J William Klapheke prominent Louisville business circles has been appointed a member of theY Board of Childrens Guardians suc ceeding Frank A Geher Judge Boldrick also appointed Robert B Burdlne for another term of three years The Board of Childrens Guardians which has done a great amount of work for the children or city by making fathers care forS them through the medium of the Police Court is composed of four white men and two negroes In adTdltlon to the appointees of Saturday J the board Is composed of Judge R W Bingham and Leon P Lewis and Rochelle I Smith and Thomas Smith and Thomas Paths colored Judge Boldrick is a member oxofficlo FRACTURE OF SHOULDER l Arthur Cusick the young son of Deputy Jailer Peter Cuslck met with painful accident tm Tuesday With a number of his young companions t ho was roller skating at Twenty I third and Market streets and In a IJthQj The broken bone was set by a surIIj goon when he was removed to hisahome at 1928 West Madison street SnA mOCRB FOR PRESIDENT St Patricks day found President t j Wilson decorated with a sprig of real shamrock from the Green Isle From Ireland on Saturday there reached the White House for the President a box of Irish shamrocks the gift of Han John Bedmoad the u J c p Irish leader in the British House of I Commons When they arrived the Presidents Secretary Joseph Patrick Tumulty with a smile said he felt that he alone was qualified to receive them President Wilson witch n the White House POPE PIUS Decrees Universal Jubilee Extending From March to December Associated Press dispatches bring Intelligence that Pope Plus on Mon day St Patricks day published a apostolic letter which he revisedI the preceding day decreeing a universal jubilee from Low Sunday feastSmemorntlon of the religious tolera tion edict issued by Emperor Con ptantlne in the Fourth century The faithful must come to Rome and visit twice the churches of St John Lateran St Peters and St Pauls praying confessing receiving communion and giving alms or they must visit six times churches chosen by their own Bishops and carry out the same devotions Those thus at tending the Jubilee will enjoy plenary indulgence of all their sins WELCOME For Supreme President of andtLadies The Catholic Knights and Ladles nearlyfevery Catholic parish in Louisville willaWyany I dotte Mich on hiS initial visit toIthe Falls Cities on tjie evening oftt Wednesday March 26 President I thisyI city by Supreme Secretary Henry l theej order Hon Fred J1 Crowley both vfsd1 Itors will be metlti their arrival here by their Entertainment COntII mlttee and in thejevenlng will becescorted to Robinson Hall SevenII teenth and Main kero an elaborates theirohas been arranged special feature I ofsPresident Marrf w 0Jhopes that alIe wilrbIw11l be concluded with r freshJ r ments and the committees have no efforts to make the even I a memorable and enjoyable oneI Thomas Keenan will preside and actvi as master of ceremonies rRECENTI ITheII who died Wednesday night at Sts IIiPI Mary and Elizabeth Hospital took i piece yesterday morning front St Michaels church attended by a vast concourse of friends and relatives Is who mourn his untimely death The funeral of Mrs Catherine Monahan sixtynine years of age Inwallj Cathedral of which I afaithfulCatherine Monahan and a brother Cornelius ONeil survive her Following an illness of six weeks Bennett Gregory died at the home of tC1orywas twentyeight years a popular bricklayer Besides his par I onto he leaves several brothers and slstera The funeral was held Monk I day morning from the Sacred Heart I church u The funeral of Michael Lally who died early Tuesday morning was held Thursday from St Michaels church Rev Martin OConnor offl oilrequiemold and the son of John and phaddeeply mourn his death Miss Blanche Jones aged twenty two daughter of Andrew and Mary Jones 149 Buchanan street died at her home Monday night of gastritis he was held In high esteem by her numerous friends who feel deep sympathy for the bereaved parents he funeral services were held Wednesday morning at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Rev Father OSullivan officiating at the solemn mass of requiem She is survived by a brother and one sister St Patricks parish mourns the death of another of its oldest and most highly respected members Mrs Winifred Nalty beloved wife of Thomas Nalty 316 North Nineteenth street Mrs Nalty was always of a happy disposition a kind neighbor nnd a friend to those in distress and In her neighborhood she will be missed She Is survived by her hus and several grown children jI funeral services over her re were held Monday afternoon St Patricks church l DUBLINS CHURCH CENSUS Out of a total population of 290638 in Dublin 50000 are Prot estants The Protestants are divided into twentynine different sects some of them claiming only a few followers The Anglicans form the largest body having according to Uteee aau8 89j357 meraebra1 OPPOSITION To Dr Bnschmcycrs Cundldac y Diminishing From All Angles ExOffice Holders Only Ones In tercstcd In Getting Bingham to Enter Miller Should Step Aside Fo innPublic Welfare DUFFY ENTERS POLITICAL ARENA Practically all opposition to Dr t John Buschemeyer for the Demo cratic nomination for Mayor fis dropped and very little for that Republicanf outspokenIII1 sides that the governing powers will1 have a difficult time in persuadin- some one to act as the goat by being standardbearer In the November election The recent widespread rumor that Judge Robert Bingham would enter the contest for the agaInstBuschemeyerlus t being circulated principally by those who held once under Blnghnrns administration and are now in the at titude of n drowning man grasping at a straw most of them bean exDemocrats who have lost casteJ with the Republicans who were their last employers and are now anxiousI partyThenBingham to enter the race for Mayor are Progressives who are Intent on trying to start 4UUIIUI1JD111 In Demo Icratlc ranks to offset their recent brawl while at the same time know- Ing that Dr Buschemeyer Is the logical choice of the Democrats and really the proper successor of Mayor Head Many believe that after the primary Judge Bingham will be found campaigning for the election the Democratic ticket which will1 be a strong one and worthy of supportWith the announcements of many candidates for the Democratic nom inations it Is surprising that thus far there have been none for Aldermen Councilmen although It Is rri believing that their record entitles them to a promotion A few changes are needed In the upper board and the Democrats in the ranks not be anxious to support Aldermen like J William Miller who to devote any of his time 1- nnvestigating tho wages of working women In this city which Is a Democratic measure to say the least and Alderman Millers time Is too valuable to devote to laws for the common good he should stand aside for men who will be Interested It expected that Barney Campbell Joseph Overberg Dick Hutchinson Fred Scwenlter James Treasy and Fred Leezer will be candidates to succeed themselves while Council E J Parker James Norton Lawrence and T J Garvey rumored candidates for the upper boardTho races thus far for the Democratic nominations have been remarkably clean and free from mudslinging politics with possibly one exception that being in the case of Schlegel candidate for ounty Assessor some unscrupulous persons issuing anonymous cardsIcriticizing Mr Schlegels union prlnIciples which have never been quesII of IItheIII preII scab office Different j IIunionI II Schlegel that union men are inII sympathy with this underhanded attackWilliam M Duffy son of M J Duffy the well known contracting lumber announces for Legislature I l the Fiftyfirst district compris ing the Eleventh and Twelfth wards iII and has already received many assur ances of support from that district Candidate Duffy is an attorney jI connected with County Attorney Scott Bullltts office and has a wide i reputation as an all around and athletic coach being coach athleteIII 1912 High School football ThEIR RIG teamII An annual event that Is looked I forward to with much delight Is the i concert and minstrel show to be given by the young men of St Augustines Band for the benefit of the church at their hall 1308 West Broadway next Wednesday and Thursday nights These young men deserve great credit and praise and under the training of their zealous FeltenreadyI the season The performances will begin at 8 oclock and everybody is Invited It Is expected that Bishop ODonaghue will grace the oepning performance with his presence The price of admission is only twenty five cents PALLS TO DEATH Injuries received in an accident one week ago last Monday caused the death Tuesday night at St Jo sephs Infirmary of James Concan non aged about forty years and a well known painter His wife was at the bedside and he had received the last sacraments when the end came Concannon had been employed on the building in course of construction at Fourth street and Broadway He suffered a fractured skull In the accident last week when a scaffolding upon which he was working collapsed precipitating h1 to the ground His home was mat Seventeenth and Lytle streets wher- ho lived with his wife and two children 11 His funeral took place Friday from St Patricks churc- hCIiALLE11rG1E Sent by Priest to Gang That Threatened rFilmFather Philip J Magrath the fighting priest who conducts the Catholic Seamens Mission at 422 West street New York City received an anonymous letter Saturday morn Ing telling him to beware of an at tempt on his life The letter which was turned over to the police of the Charlesstreet station said Father Magrath While I was coming home from work I stop in a saloon to get a drink and I met all the bunch from Ferry street They was talking about the drunks along West street to hold them up and1 they say they did not care for you thasIf they get a show they will stic them up in front of your face and that If you say anything they will1 blackjack you or anybody who will stick by you so look out for Satur lay night Yours truly Your Friend Father Magrath Identified bunch from Ferry street as the Pig Alley Gorillas The fighting priest has mauled several of these gend received previous letters of warning of their revengeful Intentions Saturday night he sum monad one of the Pig alley persons end sent him back to the gang with a challenge to come on In several dozen handtohand encounters he has had on West street since he opened the mission seven years ago Father Magrath who weighs about 220 pounds and Is nearly all muscle has never come out at the small end nOME AGAIN Mr and Mrs Frank Mc Grath Return From Visit to Cuba Mr and Mrs Frank McGrath and title daughter Helen returned Mon 4ayat h ro nna ujywh r hey ha Den recuperation for two weeks Mr Mc Oiath Is much impressed with the Improvement in the Cuban capital rnd states that Havana has several Innovations which far surpass the majority of our leading American cities their tuberculosis hospital their care of the sick and Infirm being models of their kind in addi tion to the sanitary care of their streets and public buildings Ho also was much Impressed with the enor mous police force used In preserving order Over 5000 patrolmen in the amploy of the city administration preserve admirable order without any ostantatious display or exhibition o force Havana also possesses in I Mr McGraths opinion one of the I handsomest Catholic churches he has ever seen the Church of Our Lady of Mercy which Is conducted by tIle azarlst fathers Rev Doroteo Gomez being rector six priests being at tached in addition to five brothers The vestments used by the priests In saying mass are of the finest quality and contain precious stones The picture shows are a more expensive luxury from the Cuban standpoint thanl at home here the admission be ing thIrty cents In American money and forty cents In Spanish money and as at home several vaudeville features are given In connection Mr McGrath Is well qualified to speak on the Improvements and reforms Instituted in Havana having vlsted i there about seven years ago but says there is no place like the old Ken tucky home after A marriage of widespread interest In Louisville Catholic circles will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at 1St Cecilias church at 6 oclock on tho morning of Wednesday April 16 I I when William J Connelly will lead t IIto the altar Miss Mary Butler the I charming and accomplished daughter ot Sir and Mrs George J Butler Mr I Connelly is one of the most widely I I known and popular Catholic young men In Louisville and is the County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians The brideelect is a young lady of many pleasing traits of Character and has been a favorite In YVst End social circles After the ceremony they will leave on an ex tended Eastern wedding trip and after May 5 will be at home at 520 North Twentieth street In advance the Kentucky Irish American tenders the worthy couple Its hearty congratulations t I I EXPECT LARGE CROWD I On Easter Monday March 24 the ladies of St Edwards church at Jeffereontown will give a euchre lotto and supper at the home of Mrs Mary Slvorl Levi Cedar Grove Sta tion on the Taylorsvlll road The Jeffersontown cars stop at the door Euchre and lotto games will start at 230 in the afternoon and 8 oclock In the evening and supper will be served beginning at 5 In the afternoon The committee on ar rangements have made preparations to take care of the usual large y forydr 1 Y EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADE Labels Redeemable at Klrbys J and lilt Store LOUISVILLE all- CONNELLYBUTLER I STATISTICS Taken From Advanced Proofs of Cnthollce1Directory TwentyThree Million Catholics Are Under the Stars and Stripes Kentucky Ranks Nineteenth With Catholic Population = t of 10288 4 IS NOW READY FOR DELIVERY According to the 1913 edition of the Official Catholic Directory published by 1P J Kenedy C Sons Barclay street New York City there are 15164158 Catholics In the United States This figure includes only the Catholics of the United States proper and does not embrace foreignkcountry Adding the 7131989 Catholics in the Phil IppInes the million or more in Porto Rico the 11510 in Alaska the 42108 in the Hawaiian Islands and the 900 on the Canal Zone it will 23329047oStars and StripesThe Official Catholic Directory Is full of interesting figures and accord- Ing to the 1913 sails a new Catholic yearThere lished during 1912 some of them of course being only mission churches To be exact there are 244 new churches with resident pastors and 129 new mission churches that is served by a neighboring pastor All told there are 14312 churches In the United States 9501 having resident pastors According to the Kenedy publication there are 17945 Catholic clergymen In the dioceses of the United States 13273 being secular clergy and 4672 being members of religious orders In addition to the 17945 priests there are also hun dreds of fathers In distant lands in fact there is hardly a civilized or uncivilized land where United States clergy are not to be found Only a few days ago a tnited States priest sailed from New York for the Island of Timor an island away out In the Indian ocean inhabited by sem tSrftOS VI1 anr UAI In addltio men engaged there are 6169 studying In elghTJ located in various pa try There are also 21 academies for boys a emies for girls where the cation of our Catholic you serious attention The nut academies for girls is of course Icrger than the number for men and boys but the number ot men and boy students is much larger than girl students One ofthe features of the Directory which will give food for thought Is the table giving the sta ttstics of the parochial schools Ac cording to the figures which have been supplied by the Diocesan Chan- CEry officials there are 5256 parishes which have parochial schools con nected with the churches In these 5256 schools 1360761 boys and girls are receiving their elementary education Furthermore It must be horns in mind that in many rural districts where parochial schools can not be organized due provision is made for the religious instruction ot youth With this in mind the fact that 1360761 children are attending the parochial schools will stand out more sharply It must also be re membered that there are 47415 prphans In our orphan asylums and adding together the number of pupils In parochial schools in orphan asylums detention schools insti tutes academies high schools and colleges it will be fouid that there are 1593316 young people under s Catholic care in the United States The most important Item In connection with the table of statistics is of course the population Item and Joseph H Molar the editor of Kenedys Official Catholic Directory has prepared for the Catholic press a table showing the twentyfive States having the largest number of Catholics During the year 1912 Michi gan has forged ahead of Wisconsin and Kansas has advanced over New Hampshire Maine and Nebraska The States are New York 2790629 Pennsylvania 1633353 Illinois 1401987 Massachusetts 1383435 Ohio 743065 Louisiana 584000 r Mlchlean 568505 Wisconsin 558 476 New Jersey 506000 Missouri 470000 Minnesota 464797 Con necticut 423000 California 403 500 Texas 306400 Iowa 266735 Maryland 260000 Rhode Island 260000 Indiana 232764 Ken tucky 163228 New Mexico 140 573 Kansas 131000 New Hamp shire 126034 Maine 123600 Ne braska 118270 Colorado 105000 SOCIAL AT ST ANNS A euchre lotto and social for the benefit of St Anns church seventh and Davies avenue will 4enioMarchJ games will take place a 8 oclock p m and a A will head the list of aw stantlal supper will bcJ ladies of the parish provide a pleasant i who spend the afte with them The to the church g- II LiiII- I r1L IIII- E II- E KENTUOKY RISH AltJERIOAN TDKUfiMER16fiMlivoted tto tile Social aad Moral Advancetaement ol Irish Americana and Catbotlc Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young M ns Institute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTUCKY PUSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY 5 = Gnlrrtd at till L oUyllU Pettottlc u Secondda flatttr Address ill Coanmoleatloni te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Ones St r nNt N TRADES COUNCIl LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 22 1913 YOUR KASTKll DUTY I I Tomorrow will be Easter SundaYI when the entire world will rejoiceI with the risen Saviour HapPY iare they who have made their Easter duty but for those who have not I there is yet time Every day brings to wan the uncertainty of life no 1 cne knowing the day nor the Ilour F when they will receive ithe final summons Remembering that we another Easter onmay never see earth let none neglect this most important duty Only by so doing ban man become reconciled to GodI and eternal life and happiness GOOD MUNICIPAL IDEA Tho numerous Investigations of vice and crime which have beheld of late In Chicago and In other cities bring home a sense of Bomc thing lacking In our city govern ments At one time It Is ithe Aldermanlc body that Investigates vice At another a Senatorial Commission Is carrying on such Investigations Vital facts are uncovered But what use Is made of these facts asks the Chicago Tribune AndI whero and what is that particular body In the city government that should take hold of these facts andI make them the foundation for reforms The city of Schenectady thinks it has discovered what that something lacking Is and has supplied it Mayor Lunn has created there recently a new city department known as the Board of Public Welfare The function of this hoard Is to act as a clearing hOlse of the citys efforts to make Itself cleaner sounder and happier It studies the problems of poverty vice and crime After the facts have been ascertained It proceeds to find a remedy and formulates defln lines of action This step wblle taken by a Socialist executive Is far from being either Utopian or revolutionary Tu fact it is thor- oughlY In accord wltbthe larger tir and purposes of a twentieth city Vhlle conditions a e B they might such a boa d for some real S PAIR PLAY 10 rabble element in this Is being used by Organized effort to defame the Catholic churchI her membership and her Institutions Is becoming more and more apparent as time advances that the Catholic church has been wonderfully suc cessfully In her work Is universal y acknowledged that she is as a religious organization an Influent for good wherever she Is establlshe I no one denies that she is the most practical most fruitful exponent of Christian charity her hundreds institutions for the relief of human distress abundantly prove asserts the Catholic Advance In the business 1 of saving soulsthe most Important of all business she hi been always and everywhere active insistent sacrificing and successfulI Naturally she has had her rIvals she has them today she always wl11 have them Her founder foretol this rivalry There shall arise false Christs and false prophets U e foretold the opposition which that church would suffer They have persecuted me they shall also per secute you In different periods of history the fight between the world and the church varied In kind P according to the bias disposition an Iir grade of civilization in one or tithe country The hatred of Christ and Christianity was no more proi nounced in pagan Rome In the days of Nero than it Is today in pagan France or Portugal or Italy Neros ignorance of the nature of Christianity might excuse him but the ignorance of Nathan Neros succes eor at the present day is of another kind The spirit in both cases it tho same hatred for Christ and his teachings In our own country there Is no thought at least It is not so formulated as yetof persecuting- any church out of hatred to Chrisl tianity The attacks open or ou the Catholic church which have been made by irresponsible newspaper and intemperateminded men andWFomen have not hatred anlty as a basis The real the trouble is Jealousy of our numerous r e phenomenal success ofI to church In the business Vail have engaged They j not succeed to any ant in fact they are K their own eontta dot gaining aid in a spirit of envy at the growing importance of the mother churc many choose to call hertliey naturally express resentment sometimes in most unchristian ways In our free country we ought to be broad enough and American enough to insist upon fair play In every business not excluding the business of salvation Hon John Burke nominated by President Wilson to be Treasurer of the United states is a HibernianI and Knight of Columbus As Gov qrnor of North Dakota he made the best Chief Executive that State ever hid Gov Burke will add strength to the administration as weU as giving the people faithful and honest service- Wednesday was the name day of Pope Plus X and from all parts the world the Pontiff received thou sands of messages and addresses of felicitation accompanied by wishes for his complete recovery The latest dispatches say the health of tbe Holy Father still Is improving President Wilson has called extra session of Congress for Aprli 7 It will then be up to the DemoI crats to make good their platform pledges They know what leglsla tlon the country needs and should lose no time in long drawn out nnd useless debate Judge Emory Speer of the United States Court has indefinll postponedhe trial of the notorious Tom Watson indicted for sending obscene matter through the math The slayer of the King of Greece was an anarchist and atheist The whole world mourns the death of- e King George and has expressed horror at the atrocious crime Prof Holland Superintendent Public Schools finds much fault with Louisville and wants a bon1 Issue for school purposes and f textbooks What next i IiCathollcs throughout the world 1are rejoiced that Pope Plus X has recovered from his illness IBegln nlng next Wednesday public audiences 1 will bo resumed Enlarged and splendid St Pat ricks day editions were issued by- I the Southern Guardian the Cathc Ie Sun and the Omaha True Voice SECOND MISSIONARY COXGRE S The second American Catholic Missionary Congress is to take place In Boston boglnlng Sunday October 22 of this year- CERTAINTY OP CATHOLICS IfA recent convert when asked wt at determined him to become a Ca ollc replied The certainty of Cal Tics They not only believe that 1their church is right but they know It and feel it in their blood and mars row they have faith I got talking ellgion the other day with a brick ayer who was working for me and eked him Are you so dead sure hat the Catholic religion is true and just us Christ made it Sure he- d exclaimed as he put a brick In place and troweled it with mortar Im as sure of it as that this brick will over come out Then laying another brick he added Im surer fan lays bricks God Himself laid Peters rock That was the final Impulse that sent me to seek instru Ion I wanted to be sure THE BEST CAPITAL IiThe best capital In nine cases out 0 f ten a young man can start in the world with Is robust health sound morals a fair intelligence a will to work his way honesty bravely and i1 It be possible a trade whether h e f illows it for a livelihood or not- He can always IoU back on a trade hen other paths are closed The pcth of success in business is In1 1varIably the path of common sense Notwithstanding all that is salt about lucky hits the best kind oIt success in every mans life is not that which comes by accident Thi only good time coming wo an justified In hoping for Is that wheal11 We are capable of making for ourselves ItGOOD BANQUET STORY Perhaps you have heard th story of the lawyer named Strange said Father Cavanaugh President oIt ifNotre Dame University at a recent banquet Then came this story This lawyer named Strange be he died asked to have these Illfore inscribed upon his graveI lere lies a lawyer and an honest man He thought the people would- 18ay as they looked at the inscrip j tlon Thats strange He hadnt banked on the Irishman who tually did come along later and- HidI Thats funny becorrle Theyve gone and purled two amen in the one grave noto0 r S08im0A4i nNJQO Mrs Walter Glover has returned from New York City I Miss Beezle Hannan has returned from a two weeks visit to Now York and Atlantic City I Mrs Peter Holland of Deer Park had as her guest for the post week Miss Anna Wlnn Mrs Elizabeth Fischer has reo turned from a visit to Mrs Ll11le Neighbors at ElIzabethtown Miss Carrie Cook Crescent Hill has returned from Washingt where she visited Miss Sophie Casey Mrs Josephine Keller had 1 her sister Mrs Cary Arnold of Water ford as her guest during the past weekMiss Anna Brady who was the guest of Miss Julia Dorsoy at St Matthews has returned to her home in Indianapolis Miss Lilltus Mazzonl returned Wednesday from Loretto Academy to spend the Easter holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Phil Mazzoni Mr and Mrs John D OLeary of Bhelbyville have moved into Lyn don where they purchased i the Kaiser home and will make their future residence Mrs Thomas McGuIre who 1 has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs William Allen In Jefferson vflle left Saturday for her home at- f Grand Rapids Mich Joseph C Klrchdorfer left Sotur day for a Southern trip and to attend the convention of the National Retail Hardware Dealers Assoc tlon at Jacksonville Fla Mrs Leo Jaglowlcz of Rogers Ark who has been spending thee winter months with Mr and MIrs J A Jaglowlcz In Crescent Hill re turned to her home Saturday Mrs Anna Hubbuch has an nounced the engagement of 1 her daughter Miss Anna Florence Hub buch to George Thomas Settle The wedding will take place In April Robert Callahan arrived 110me Monday from Hackensack N J- lr where he is at school to spend fthe holidays with his parents Col and Mrs P H Callahan Third street Mrs A J Spalding of Cox Creek arrived In the city yesterday to spend the Easter holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Charles A Hill 420 South Twentyseco il street Miss Lizzie Crawley of Jefferson1 ville has gone to Chicago where Ifshe will visit her sister Mrs Nathan Spencer for three weeks and will then go to Milwaukee for an Indelr Inlte stay IelIs8 Anna Nolan who underwent 5ea7 J10TJIj11f 10 appendicitis at Sts Mary and Eliz beth Hospital was Thursday evening reported much improved to the great relief of her many friends 1John A Kerwln G18 South Seventeenth street is rejoicing over a visit from the Stork who on Wednesday brought to his home a handsome baby boy The proud father Is plan nlng a big celebration in honor of the new arrival Spending the past week at West Baden Springs were many from this city among the number being Messrs Joseph Hubbuch Sr Hem Bosquet Louis Huegelmeyer Magi rate Frank Dacher Frank Senn ar Ii Phil Hollenbach Announcement has been made of ho approaching wedding of Ml IS Grace M Rogers of Bloomington 1 11fud and Gus Welnmann Jr rof 11N6W Albany which will take place at Marys church in that city on Vednesday morning April 2 at 9 clockCapt Jerry Halllhan who has barge of railroad construction work In Indiana with headquarters iat lichraond returned to spend Stl atricks day with his family and riends at 1714 Portland avenue During his brief visit he met a great many of his Hibernian friends and brmer associates MEET NEXT FRIDAY The County Board A O H vrll neAt next Friday evening at BerJ rand Hall and hear the completee ppnrt of the St Patricks day entertainment given at the Shubert Masonic Theater last Sunday even Inc and as is expected will be pleased asthe entertainment was a success from every standpoint a neatt sum being realized for the County oard treasury The County Board Ifati Its last meeting adopted a resolu on requesting the different divie Ions in the future to insert notices lro the dally papers requesting mem btrs of all divisions to attend and1 rpclte prayers at the home of the de ceaSed members instead of being nflned to the single division only the death notice Inesrtlon to contain the name of County President W J jnnelly and the division President ALLOW HORN BEAR FUNERAL Hollow Horn Bear last of the great chiefs of the powerful Sioux tribe who will be remembered for his rtlclpatlon and prominence In thee Catholic Federation hero last sum mer whose death occurred in Wash Ington last Saturday was given a Christian funeral there In St Pauls Catholic church Chiefs of the Crowd Sioux Indians resplendent in feathers and colors followed the body to the altar with heads bowed In grief Kneeling in the front pews of the candlelighted church the red men paid their last homage to the deaJl chief The funeral attracted a grcat crowd The body accompanied by Chief Johnny Green was taken on its Journey to Crookston S D to be burled with the warrior ancestors of Hollow Horn Bear I 1 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 CONFIRMATION SHOES I AT POPULAR PRICES 200 225 j 250 300 1 SUTTSOIncorporitid TWO STORES 318 W MARKET ST Between Third and Fourth 214 W MARKET ST Between Second and Third KNIGHTS OF GOLIIBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Fort Wayne will have a class of sixtyfive candidates for April 13 The Initiation at Terre Haute next month will bring the membership that city up tp GOO The new council instituted a we ago Sunday at Pendleton Ore I started with fifty charter membe The dramatic club organized by the younger Knights of Topel Kan promises to be a great success Not to be outdone by the singers the musicians of tho council at Port 1land Ore have organized an arches traAs a mark of courtesy to the Hibernians the Knights of Indlan apolls held no meeting Monday nightBuffalo Fourth Degree Asseml gave 100 each to the Catholic neg srfflol8Mfl1FKtrrrnJSft olio boys Notwithstanding thirty candidat were initiated in January at Lafayette Ind there is now another large class on the waiting list While tho Discovery day bill had a close call in the Indiana House ot Representatives it passed the Senate with a whoop only seven neg tlve votes being cast Very Rev L F Kearney O P will conduct the retreat for the Knights at Dayton Ohio It wl11 open April 3 and close tho followlr Sunday with a breakfast Knights from all sections of the Commonwealth are to honor His Eminence Cardinal OConnell at a dinner at tho CopleyPlaza In Boston on the evening of Patriots day April 19- Seven hundred Knights of Coui ell 714 of New Orleans escorte Cardinal Gibbons when ho eel brated the mass for the annual con munlon of the members In St Jo sephs church MICHAEL DONAHUE Traffic Officer JJichael Donahm one of the most popular members of the local police force and who o1 Thursday of last week was though to be improving suffered an attar of rheumatism of the heart that nigh and passed to his eternal reward Ihe sad news came as a shock to hIp many friends Friday morning His Funeral was held Sunday afternoOin from the Church of Our Lady in Port land ROY Father Conniff conductln he solemn obsequies which worn attended by many mourning friends and relatives CONFIRMATION St Patricks day was a great day for the people of St Patricks parish oho had the great pleasure of seelni nearly a hundred of their children receive their first holy communion rom the hands of their Pastors Father James P Cronin and later be confirmed by the Right Rev BIshop JJonaghue The scene was Indeoc a happy and Inspiring one and wa marked by great solemnity FOR oHunon DEBT FUND The ladles of the congregation o- fIt litHta Bertrand church will enter flln with a euchre and lotto next Friday afternoon and evening atl errand Hall the afternoon ganiea tot begin at 230 oclock and tho evening games at a30 The proceeds will be donated to the church de fund which is rapidly being dim 111 Ished and which Very Rev Fathcc tcdovern is endeavoring to entirely this year- HANNON MIMiINEUY William P Hannon has opened millinery establishment at 528 East Market street ands prepared to furnish the ladles and children wit asonable hats at the lowest prices lea Emily Shlrcllff well known to the local millinery trade is managerIr the MtabUttratat and will gua tee satisfaction to all inrotpective ttomtr Popular Billy Haanon TRANSYLVANIAI INSURANCE CASUALTY coE N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building N N NMONNNN NN NNNN HERMAN STRAUS tj SONS rOURTH AVENUE aYOAOv MARKET STREET Advance Sale of Wash Goods I and LinensI Come In and See These New Materials We Know the Prices Are Low iiNew White and Colored Wash i Materials For Early WearSpring I IMPORTED WHITE Th- AI TINE40 inches wide with new fancy borders this seasons I most popular styles regu lar 100 quality j special Oe per yard OOl I FANCY NUB AND CREPE i EFFECTSAlso Crepe Ratines and Crepe Voiles with ratine borders values up toAO 139 special per yard tOL WHITE VOILEWith neat ratine stripe 38 inches wide Splendid weight and quality usually sells at 98e spe TKf cial per yard I Ot IMPORTED ENGLISH VOILESIn all the new stripes and checks designs and colorings regular 35c qualities yard special per 2tc COLORED NUB RATINES In all the plain colorings also white with colored and drawnI t085krr- svtNSaa+ seseae THE GEO the has a large following who will 410 doubt encourage him In Its new OARROLUCONr Widespread gloom pervaded Car mouton when Mrs Josoph H Grob meier aged fifty died at her home tn that city of tumor on the brain Mrs was before marriage- a Miss Welmiller She is sur vtved by her husband and two children liar mother Mrs Fredericka- h Welmiller of Carrolltonv and four brothers Theodore of Frank of Arkansas Joseph of Ohio and Albert of atrand Mrs Amelia Clark of Arkansas The funeral one ot Dc Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish j 36 inches wide j 12 yards to the piece j 125 value j special QQ piece JOl EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGOLOTH 36 inches wide j 12 yards in the piece regular 185 grade j special per 149pieceSOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOK Beautiful quality and finish 36 inches wide j 12 yards to the piece j 198 quality piece j special pc a 1j 49 40 INCH SEA ISLAND SOFTFINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at 239 for 2 yard length special Ql 75per piece FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOKFull 40 inches wide for fine undergarments and infants wear usually sells at 275 special piece 2 25 0 i Y9SHNNN1fiNNOtwususo 2174 the ever seen in city was from the Rev Father Bocklage officiating at the services SENATORS The Catholic members of the are OGorman of New York Brouisud sad Rasa HEMMED Readymade Pillowcases BLEACHED Sheets andII LOWCASES Size 42 made from splendid grade bleached muslin always sell at 12y special Q 1 each O31C HEMSTITCHED AND PLAIN HEMMED OASESSize 42x36 j heavy linenfinish muslin j values up to 17c each ialllcBEST UTIOA CASESPlain hemmed size l4c20ej HEMMED BLEACHED BED SHEETSLarge double bed size j made heavy grade linenfinish muslin good at 68c j special AQ eachHEMSTITCHED BLEACHED Size 81x90 j of a good grade sheet ing always sell at 79Cj64cspecial eac- h1i0NNMfAN04OS6lNalN Bi- NN l NSOl Niuu seda BOCK BEER OUT TODAY FRANK FEHR BREWING COMPANY PHOENIX BREWING COMPANY 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Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 1 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O DI DOUGHERTY S J MCBLLIOTT c DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT x I Funeral Directors and Embalmers a Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS I tt All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t t t Hff t t OL- DFORTUNArBOURBONf THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CuZKOORPOR TED DIS LLERS1NE MERC JAN S MEORTER Kr++4+ f ++r + +++ + Y TINE WINES OHAMA01U jjSl Au KOLJB 1 345 West Green Street 2 UQUOfeS walftl JJar i1tt th All the late and new Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable prices Call and lee us FORD Furniture Of 411 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYERf 419 W MARKET ST HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers IB Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pe atBOTTLED IN BOND Tileptai 111 234 SIXTH STREET CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Qrwa Sts We furnish the home com plate os easy payments IWM CALLA8HAN Mgr SUM B y 1- ti WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee March 23 THAT FAVORITE PLAY HUMAN HEARTSN- ever Before So Well Presentedt4 A play that gives a wholesome lesson and touches the heartstrings in the pathetic scenes and excites the rliibill ties in the humorous ones Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat J nees 25cSlNights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc EXPERT PIANO TUNING Voicing Action Regulating Prof Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND Home Phone City 7105 H BOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers G1O IMH AVENUSTelephone 1022 81te you boy ait education that win yrtyar them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEQfc 112 W Broadway iteataTllle Xjr Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Claaalcl Scientific and Business LargeSwimmingalum Terms Moderate Bro James Dir JOHN B STRUBEL JEWLER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL ye WORK GUARANTEED a Little Doing Monday Nigh- at Mackin Council Meeting Only business of a routine charac ter came before the meeting o t Mackin Council on Monday night That of most Importance was the encouraging report submitted b Y Charles Raldy for the GymnasIum Committee which showed that the members would soon have plans perfected for an active campaign fo tho larger and more commodlou- building to be erected for the young men of the West End President Frank Adams occupied the chair and announced that there had been a decrease In tho number on the sick list One new application was received for the class that will be presented at the Joint Initiation soon to be held For the next few weeksI there will be a vigorous member ship contest which Is expected to largely Increase the strength of Mackin Council The Social Club Invited all the members and their friends to the reception and dance to be hold Easter Monday night for which extra preparation had been made promising all a most enjoy able evening SIGNIFICANT As CourierJournal View- Signs of Catholic Faith Carrying palms like the multitude strewing the path of Christ on his entry into Jerusalem more than 1900 years ago men women and children of Louisville last Sunday preserved the custom which has made Palm Sunday one of the most sacred and cherished festal days It was not a pleasant day but out of the overcast skies the sun smiled be nignly for a short time about midday Sacred services in the various churches were largely attended with palms and fresh flowers everywhere to be seen Long before the chimes of early morning mass or Sunday school lessons the streets were filled with the pattering feet of children many holding the hands of their par ents In most every lapel buttonhole there was an emblem of the holy day windows on both sides of the thor oughfares glowed with rich green palms which had been plucked dur ing the preceding week many of them having been shipped from dis tant places as tokens from friends Girls and boys at play on their way to or from worship played at togI with the sweeping leaves of the palms they had been saving for the day Mothers held them clasped to their psalm books father swung them proudly or straightened them on their chests It was the day of good J omen and as fresh as the palms floated memories from the Palm Sundays that have gone If 50000 palms tell the story of loyalty and reverence Louisville has lived up to her high mark and is eagerly looking JritO thflbrJsllt aspects of Holy Week vhlch began last Saturday midnight dad continues until Easter Sunday the happiest day of the sprJngr KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN The Ladles District Auxiliary No of the Knights of St John in the larger parishes of the city represented announce a euchre and dancing party for Wednesday evening April 23 at Trinity Hall to which they Invite their friends They are perfecting plans for a most enjoyable evening and have already secured a number of handsome awards for the players NOW TOBACCO SALESMAN T William P McDonald the well known member of local Typograph ical Union No 10 Is now distributing agent for the Double 0 twist and Is visiting the different z union local organizations to interest them in Its sale the tobacco being strictly a product of bongo Interests and in no way allied with the trust Mr McDonald Is a hustler of the old and deserves support In his 1 sew enterprise DOUGLAS PARK ENTRIES General Manager Hachmelster Is enthusiastic over the prospects for the coming spring race meeting at Douglas Park For the fqur big races there are 325 entries The Ken tucky handicap the richest prize to be aced for In America this year dreW+ fiftynine entries and it ten horses go to the post in this event the winner will get the snug little fortune of 12000 EVANSVILLE Catholic clergymen from Southern Indiana Southern Illinois and West tern Kentucky were present In large numbers Tuesday morning In Evans vllle Ind to attend the funeral or the Rev Father Patrick Henry Rowan the beloved pastor of St Josephs church whose death oc- currEd last Saturday Father Rowan was born in Madison Ind In 1859 and was one of the best known Catholic clergymen In Indiana IN INSTALLMENTS They wero experts In many things but chiefly In the art of bragging And at the moment they were dis cussing their own wonderful feats as vocalistsWhy sold the Englishman A blowing rings of smoke from his cl gar the first time I sang In public the audience simply showered mo with bouquets Bless you there were enough to start a flower shop I i Faith an I can boat you cried the Irishman The first toimo I sang was at an open air concert and I I Ir begorra the audience were that de lighted they presented me with a house they dill I A house You must be off your head Interrupted the Englishman scoffingly IIIiis Not at all answered Pat I tell tttey save lee 4 komierbut it WM brick at a tofcael LLI- t I CLEANING I I AN- DPRESSINGI All Kinds of Garments FurssWatch this space next weeks BY SCHICK1NGER 1105 S SHELBY ST Home Phone 2409 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A o H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays TarpysVice President Daniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu sick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentlneJJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefe Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresIdentHugh Hourlgan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial Secretary John J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerDan SDougherty- SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas LynchI Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganRecording Secretary John J BarJJr J r Treasurer Patrick Conley I SergeantatArms Thomas Far I rellSentlnelM J McDermott c I v MI t MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresIdentFrank O Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn I ton r Second Vice PresIdentJohn J Lynn Financial Secretary A C Link Recording SecretaryJohn RIBarry I Corresponding Secretary Harry Kibbey I Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelLawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat er J HUMAN HEARTS I Successful In its tenth season can be said of few plays but it can be said truthfully of Human HeartsII I Is Scene from Human Hearts drama which provides healthfuli recreation for the public I seems to Instruct while appearing in the form of amusement Is a boon to any community Rich in incident in its variety of characters in its t stage settings it Is one of the few I attractions qf great merit on thef1 jthej the hills of Arkansas The author has struck many true note in this play and the well choeen cast blend their harmonies with fine effect It with pleasure that Manager Shaw announce Human Hearts for a weeks engagement starting Sunday 11 matinee I HHBH IBIg Gathering I to Honor AssembledI ron One of the largest gatherings in the history of Trinity Council was present Monday night to hear David OConnells lecture on St Patrick The lecture was very Interesting completebiographyhis birth to his death All were highly entertained and also enjoyed the smoker that followed Dan J Hennessy was Introduced by Presl dent Ecker and also delivered an address that was much appreciated Announcement was made that the Membership Committee was making great strides having secured about thirty applications during the past Cluhasmembership and all are very en presentation factory reports were received from the different committees especially the Opera Committee which Is meet lag with great success in the re hearsals and preparations for th coming production Miss Dolly Dollars tickets for which are now being eagerly sought HAVE GALL London Press Hits Bryan For Home Rule Speech A blazing Indiscretion Is how the London Morning Post describes the speech of Secretary of State William J Bryan at the St Pat ricks day banquet given by Irish Americans at Washington Saturday evening The Post reprints the por tion of the speech in which Mr Bryan congratulates the Irish Na tionalists on their success with the home rule bill and referred to the virtual end of heredity rule In the British empire Secretary of State Bryan In his address In Chicago on Monday night at the St Patricks day banquet of the Irish Fellowship Club reiterated his words of Saturday at the St Patricks banquet In Washington Two years from now Ireland will bq celebrating home rule he said There Is every reason to believe that the House of Commons In Lon don will pass the bill again and make it law Mr Bryan declared the victory for Ireland would be a victory for the world and would mark the end of aristocratic rule When the House of Lords IIP compelled to bow to the people he said it will mean the beginning of home rule for the whole earth It will be a tremen dous triumph for Ireland and her part In the great struggle will be gratefully remembered by every country that is struggling for free domeThe victory of this great principle will not be acceptable at first perhaps to Great Britain and cgtlgpdj ut they will in thq end- find that Itls immensely to their benefitMr Bryan confined his address to congratulations on the prospect of home rule and he did not refer at any time to national or State politico INJURED IN FRISCO A A Connell who recently left New Albany for San Francisco on a business trip Is confined In a hos pital In that city by a serious Injury- to his back He was walking along- a street In San Francisco when he I slipped and turned his ankle and also badly wrenched his back He has been disabled for two weeks and j will leave for his home as soon as 1 ho is able to travel- 1REPARiNG 4 j SURPRISE Branch 32 Catholic Knights of America Is arranging a surprise forIall members of the order who I the meeting to be held in the old school hall of St Vincent de Pauls church on Thursday night April 17 This branch composed of leading men of the parish is one of the most progressive in Louisville and Is constantly adding to Its membership I AUTOS HURT THREE Three young children two boys and a girl were Injured by automo biles Tuesday The youngsters were roller skating and in each caseI the automobiles were blamed Those Injured were Warren McCann the I tenyearold son of Owen McCann 2248 Frankfort avenue Michael J Hogan thirteen years old son of Walter Hogan and Rella Jones the fifteenyearold daughter of Mrs Cecil Jones 1902 West Broadway All were painfully hurt the condi tion of the McCann boy being seri our 4 8URE COSMOPOLITAN CITY An exchange cites as proof of the foct that New York is a cosmopolitan ii- city a remark made by a residenta bachelor My barber Is an Italian ho saId a Chinese does my laundry wprk my tailor is a Jew I breakfast- in an American dining room lunch In a German saloon and dine usually at a French restaurant my doctor an Englishman and my favorite ptreacher is a Scotch dominie But whero does the Irishman 1 come tat asked a bystander Oh he owns the hduse I liven LATEST IN STYLES I Lingerie embroidery Is used as a trimming on supple silks The coming season promises to beE wonderful season for aUksiTho combination of black and white continues to be popular 1 Tho draped mantles to match thesdresses are especially effective Tabs and buttons are a popular 1 trimming for childrens clothes Broad belts of selfmaterial are leen on some of the tailor costa Many supple ribbon bows are FRANK FEHR BREWING CO j Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR BREWe Y IsExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOOIiPOItATEDiLOUISVILLE KYS Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNceI1ICORPO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYSw Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flam QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS7 Clay Street Brewe S0S51Oan i512CLAy TELEPHONE 209 LC OHNFOERTEINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERS 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE lit 6hds fie Rooers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of ihslr kind In the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles or a z7 Doa rr OM 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phonies 22- 3MUSIC Furnished for all occasions by Western Union Brass and String Band Piano and Drum 1627 Cedar Strut Mimi Phew SIJWMI 1858 Prof Gco W Davis used to trim the halt season mill inerySkirts are draped and clinging having long narrow pointed trains The very fine yells of not and spotted tulle are worn by chic womenThe plain round skirt promises to be a valiant rival to the draped and one Green In many tones Is also a favorite color especially dark Venetian green The Medici collar Ia found among the items of drew whiah nark the spring models THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisvilles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS i 1 We have just received five car I loads of Monuments ranging in price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us- a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument CO CB THOMPSON FLORISTtfTONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty If Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Seth Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt atteathnr aid satisfaction guarant- eedDelightfulA SmoKe PHONE CITY 230 FOR CLEOPATRA IceGOI DOLA5eA L DOMEOK225 S Clay Street i ti r i- iii rc mii Vvi ILENTUOKY IRISIAoL RIOANr- t u It AI 1 For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices bestI4 i i JAMES425 427 and 429 East GREENEMarket Street J EASTER FOOTWEARr EMERSON DUCHESS M Shoes For Men Shoes For Ladies Treat Your Feet to a Pair of These Shoes This Spring and Note How Different They Are From Any You Have Ever Worn They Are Stylish as Wellas Comfortable HCConfirmation Shoes For Children j SHOERTTERSVOLZ MICHAEL Market 336 West t St MilMCNiONIitH0i0iNNA NlO tYNNN ON OW taFOR QOODN S I EAT J MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South F 1111H11De t HeN Home Phone TelephoM Orders Given Shawnee 2280 Prompt Attention Tiros P Lawler Groceries Fresh Meats and Vegetables J j iiu Profit Sharing Stamps With Sales N E GOR 29TH AND GARFIELD H HN O H ON NN NN N rTHERE IS A REASON FOR IT The great popularity and demand i for the celebrated QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments iand connected fre- eGEHER SON 215 Market St near Second t Southern Star Block Coal 423 PER TONj Youll be more than satisfied with this or any other grade we handle Phone your order Home 510 CumbS 1058Y Yards First and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE coINCORPORATED M J BANNON P BANNON JR LI YEENEMANr III Pres do Mgr VicePros and Tress Secretary ll Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co II IINCORPORATED IIII II IIMANUFACTURERS OF II VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways I iiiiOffice 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th anHrlkIL I II TELEPHONE 373 TELEPHONE 1252 4Fdb 5rvr ++ + rd tilDR J T CHAWK i i Veterinary Infirmary 713715 souTH SEVENTH STREET rCS2 NewfAt 231h I i 1 n- a HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes I Chicago Hibernians will hold a great Irish fair next May The auxiliaries of Binghamton N Y have organized a County Board The County Board will hold a meeting some night during the com ing week The eight divisions of Trenton N J will banquet at the Hotel Windsor on April 22 A new division of the Ladles Aux Wary was organized Sunday at Valley Falls R I There were nearly 50000 men in the Hibernian parade In New York City on Monday The big parade in New York was reviewed by Cardinal Farley Gov Sulzer and Mayor Gaynor The next big public event in local Hibernian circles will be the annual midsummer reunion and outing Forty thousand shamrocks were distributed at the affairs of the Chicago divisions St Patricks nightOnly one meeting next week that of Division 4 on Monday night There should be a good attendance of members Hibernians of Ontario have an nounced that they will raise a schol arship In the University of Ottawa for the best student in Irish history Most Rev Archbishop Christie was the guest of honor and delivered an address at the Hibernian celebra tion Monday night in Portland Ore A division will soon be organized- In the Church of the parish in Indianapolis Fathe- Veber the pastor has promised his hearty support The Ladies Auxiliary of New Orleans will have their St Pat ricks day celebration next Tuesday evening when they will give a moon light boat ride The Hibernian parade in Indianapolis on Monday surpassed any the Hoosier capital ever witnessed There were five divisions and many handsomo floats The divisions throughout Central New York report large meetings and numerous initiations which will show a gratifying Increase at the quarterly meetings Division 1 met Tuesday night but because of the Lenten devotions the attendance was small and tHe busi ness unimportant There will bo something doing at the next meeting Upon all sides are heard words of praise for the members pf the committee who arranged the proI gramme for tho Shubert MasonicI Theater They did their work well Ladles Auxiliary 8 of St Paul presented a beautiful chocolate set two silver candlesticks and two handpainted pictures to its retiring officers In recognition of their serv icesCounty President Flanagan and the thlrty4wo divisions of Worcester county Mass are planning a big paradelnj Wofcester in con nec41 tlon with 46HJberiiJriaJleWiny next August Reports indicate that everywhere there was a general compliance with the request of National President Regan that members of the order honor St Patrick by making a worthy communion DOCK BEER Makes Its Appearance To day in Welcome of Spring TBy agreement among all the browers doing business in the Falls Cities Saturday March 22 has been set apart as the date for the putting I on tap of the annual treat of bock beer that beverage so dear to the taste of every disciple of Gambrinus This is a great event among all Germane because their folklore and poetic traditions reaching back into the dark ages preserve the beauti ful ceremony of welcoming the ad vent of spring with a joyous festival At this festival it was customary for the feudal lord to entertain his re tainers and guests and his castle brewmaster always had prepared a vat of beer that had been brewed early in the winter and allowed to ripen or lager during the winter months when it could be kept so that by spring the beverage was something exceptionally fine This special brew was stronger than the new made beer that was consumed almost as soon as it was brewed In the hot weather for the reason that there was no refrigerating system by which It could be preserved And this is what the present day bock beer is It Is simply a brew made with more hops more malt and more caramel and when ripened it is somewhat heady and decidedly more nourishing nnd It also Is richer In the tonic element that It derives jfrom the hops It is a very wholesome beverage and harmless it not Indulged In to sudden excess but it contains as much alcohol as good hard cider or about twice as much as ordinary lager and It will assert Its character which is symbolized by the hard butting billy goat If trifled with by the inexperienced For some weeks now bock will be the favorite drink and then when one brew is exhausted there will be 10 more until another spring is born save for those who are foresighted enough to put away a little stock ot bottled bock for future reference MINSTBEIi BENEFIT Rehearsals for the minstrel per i formance to be given by the dl Homo Club at the Shubert Masonic Theater on March 27 for the benefit if the Catholic Womans Club show thatl the entertainment will be high lass in every particular The El i famo CJublsa local organization i f young men all of whom are more semiprofesaionalltheatrical i I in numerous charitable entertaint Dents in the pasff Those who will ake part In the performance are fMirs Theodore Skipper Tom x IVOTE FOR SAMUEL W GREENE FO- RCOUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1018I JOSEPH M HEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic partyr Ae JM E1MLER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary August 2 1913 I ha ve served you four years at S and If you think me worthy of your support for County Assessor I assure you I will appreciate It HARRYC NEHA y Candidate For ReElection CLERK POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election August 2 1913 Primary Election August 2 1018 Fred T e erne ICANDIDATE FOR COUNCILMAN TWELFTH WARD Voted for City at Urge 1 Subject to Actloi of the Democratic Party Kennedy Frank Crawford Louis Kennedy John Flynn Oscar Weiss John Hourignn Martin CusicK James Perry Joseph Heheman John Sullivan Albert Dally Bernard Hollers Gus Hoertz Frank Klrch ner William Stltz John Stultz Ed Simmons Frank Webb John Mono han Harvey Clark Finch Martin nnd William Coakley In addition to tho young men who have volun teered their services three young women will also be In the cast They are Misses Abble Chester Mary De Coursey and Ethel Thuman YOUNG LADIES EUCHRE The Young Ladies Sodality of St Josephs church have arranged for a two days euchre party to be given next Wednesday and Thursday In St Josephs Hall Washington and Webster streets Games will be nightandyoung ladles hope to meet a large number ot their friends at their party and to all they extend an Invitation SOCIAL CLUB DANCE The Young Mens Social Club will give another of their series of select dances next Wednesday evening at Trinity Council Hall and as this popular organization is rapidly developing following a large crowd andIpleasant evenimg is anticipated All TwlnCltyAthletlcinvited to he present Jr J 1 IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Balllna Urban Council has accepted the tender of Isaac Beckett for the erection of fortyfour workers dwell ings The new ferroconcrete bridge which spans the River Suir at Water ford has been opened for public traffic Tie County Sllgo Committee of Agriculture and Technical Instruc tion has appointed J J Clancy as Its SecretaryD on behalf of Lord Listowel has promised a grant ol = 5000 toward the cost of the Lis towel sewerage scheme Patrick Dnllln aged seventythree of Townparks Ardee dropped dead on the roadside while on his way to draw his old age pension Mrs Thomas Bolian wife of a farmer was killed iby being thrown from a pony and trap while driving at Ballingaddy near Kllmallock The Bagenalstown Town Tenants League branch again asked the Town Commissioners to deal with the proposal for a scheme of cottages in the town At a meeting of the Cavan branch or the Town Tenants League D Kellly was reelected Chairman A McEntee Vice Chairman and P Smith Secretary- At Carrlckfergus Mrs Ellen Me Larnon was found dead at her res idence She was about seventy years of age lived alone and was not un der medical care The announcement of the appointment of Rev M Colloran to the pastoral charge of Achlll has given much satisfaction to his many friends in the diocese of Tuam The Celbrldge Guardians Justice Field presiding unanimously adopted the resolution of the Irish Industrial Development Association calling for support for the Irish flour milling IndustryT Clerk of Abbeyleb Union and Rural District Council recently completed his fiftyseventh year as Union Clerk and he and Mrs Finnegan celebrated their golden weddingOwing to the Increase In the Shan non floods the water reached the ancient burial place at Clonmacnolse and funerals from the Kings count- direction had to travel through miles of waterThe of Management ol considfft Medical Superintendent that the in stitutlon was overcrowded to the extent of 547 patients TowNn d from the Gaelic League to have the street names put up In Irish Tills matter has been before the Town Council for some time The dead body of Timothy Geary aged thirtynine of Ballysplllane was found In a stream near the Castle at ggfrfrmoretmr mtiarfromf 3fiJfa= ton The man had been missing from home for some time past Out of fifteen applicants the En nlscorthy Jlural School Attendance Committee have appointed Miss Anas tasia Kelly of Ennlscorthy School Attendance Officer for the portion of the district at tho western side of the SlaneyThe members of the Third Order of St Francis Waterford have de tided to perpetuate the memory of the late Rev C F Begley O F MIby the erection of a marble pulpit In the Franciscan church with which Father Segley was connected for a long number of years A farmer named thrownnfrom his car on his horse bolting and received such severe Injuries that he succumbed shortly after A few years ago at the same place a land steaward named Thomas Han non met his death in a similar manner The people of Clonmel and district sincerely regret the death of David Kiely oao of the leading drapers of that town A native of Aherlow he went to Clonmel about thirty years agotookbusinessbumothy ONeill INTERESTING Meeting Held by the Ladles Auxiliary Wednesday Night The Ladles Auxiliary A 0 H hold a well attended and interesting mooting at Falls City Hall on Wednesday night Miss Katie Nolan presided and announced that three membershiphadmittee reported that the three mem bers on the sick list were improving and hoped to be soon able to attend the meetings During the social hour which has become a popular and pleasing feature of the meetings Mrs Elizabeth King entertained the members with a recitation which she will be urged to repeat The semimonthly prize for those in attendance was awarded to Mrs Daily Before adjourning the auxiliary voted to have a euchre and lotto party on their next meeting night April 2 to which they will invite all their friends Miss TillleCunlff and a committee will make the arrange ments for the affair for which a number of handsome prizes have al ready been donated NEW DIRECTORY OUT The new Caron city directory now ready for delivery shows the population of Louisville to be over 254000 a gain during the year or about 7500 This years directory contains a total of 140000 names and la recognized as the best pub lished In any city In the country and will be of great value to pro fessional and business men l r What the Club Plan Is i What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join tho Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for Instance The membership foe on n 2500 purchase would bo 75c The membership fee on n 5000 purchase would bo 150 The membership fee on greater purchases would of course bo In porportlon You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you 250 down In addition to the membership fee making a total 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange payipay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments iWhen you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of tlmo payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIlE CLUB PLAN iAny further Information regarding the Club Plan wlll be cheer I Ifully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the mthtfloor i JMONSUNINCORPORATED ii INCORPORATED0l MlviO NNNiNb N IO i name Phone 333 I3 A31 Q MULLOYS GOOD COFFEE TOE BEST SPRING TONIC IA healthful nnd delicious stimulant that never vnrics In quality and rosliiicns 3 lbs for 80c FKESII ROASTED DAILY JOHN M MULLOY IBlfl W AXJVRICKCX STREET LADIESGET READY FOR EASTER BrinE vour old straw hats and have them cleaned dyed and reshaped 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