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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Brecklarldge VOLUME XXXIINO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 7 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS ENJOYED Was the Robert Emmet Ccleura ti6n of the Louisville Hibernians Attorney IJ J Kavanagli and Father Cronln Deliver Addresses Songs of Ireland and Recitation uWrd by a Lnrge Audience TRUE- r SPIRIT OF PATRIOTISM A large and appreciative audience enjoyed the Robert Emmet bhthd 6 celebration on Tuesday night a Falls City Hall under the auspices of Division 1 A O H This is another striking example of thPa toleration and patriots of the Irish Catholics who everywhere revere and honor the memory of Irelands young Protestant martyr patriot Had iit not been that Lenten services were being held in the various churches the hall would not have accommo s dated the gathering of Hibernian- and their friends President Thomas Tarpy occupied the chair with the Very Rev James B Cronin V O the County Chap lain seated on his right and County President William J Connelly on his left The Chairman extended the ladles and gentlemen present a hearty Irish welcome noting the fact that Division 1 annually celebrated Emmets anniversary He was pappy In Tits Introductions and when the pro rftmmo was completed the unanimous expression was that Division 1 had given the bet entertainment in Its history Attorney J J Kavanagh who was the principal speaker delivered an eloquent address on Emmet and Ire land that evoked frequent rounds of applause and left its impress on his hearers Attorney Kavanagh said It was both a pleasure and an honor to address such an audience met to celebrate the birthday of a great man and pay tribute to a young hero whose laudable and supreme effort proved a melancholy failure To understand the motives and as pirations of Robert Emmet to un derstand his life was to understandI the lifeioffJreland Jle nbxft dwel on the lour periods of Ireland j the first being the ancient and the second the golden age which saw the coming of St Patrick For 140 years the Irish had kept their fait and maintained their high character Ireland was a land of peace andI prosperity when other nations were warring and was happy until the conquest of Henry II For six hun dred years Irelands history hasl been melancholy but not the most cruel rulers could subdue the Irish man who was ever true to his land and the faith The penal code of William of Orange proved futile and the Irish still moved forward In In telligence and principle Reviewing the work of Cromwell and the Irish Parliament he pointed out that the Irish character revolts at bigotry and venerates the name and memory of the young Irish martyr who laid down his life for his country Robert Emmet was clean courageous and true and possessed great qualitie- eviewingR his life and deeds which won the admiration of the world he denounced In vigorous terms the traitors betrayers and Influences thAt were responsible for Emmets failureVery Rev James P Cronin V G was warmly applauded when he declared that wherever Irish men and women gathered there was found the highest spirit of patriotism The Irish have ever taken with them the love of that country and have re modeled that into love for the country of their adoption Father Cronin predicted that they will soon see the realization of what Emmet prayed for and his epitaph be writtenVocal solos were next rendered by Miss Dorothy Norton and Hiss Catherine Canary who were loudly en cored State President Patrick Walsh sent his regrets being detained at home because of the illness of his wife and County William J Connelly spoke for bot The presence of BO many tie declared attested their interest an love for the Ancient Order whic has led all Catholic fraternal so cletles Congratulating Division 1 he urged all members to keep alive the Hibernian spirit to receive hot communion aLBt Patricks churc- Stnsagoh Sunday mt March 15 and to Join with the County Board in making the entertainment at MacauIeyB that night a great suc cess Mrs Leo Schmitt and Alias Lydla Canary rendered their solos most artistically1 and were followed by Daniel McCarthy whose recitation of Gerald Barry and the pike men at Ennlscotthy depleted with the real pike ot that day evoked the greatest applause and was a rare Irish treat Miss Rose Henleys vocal solo was well received and completed a musical programme that iitt J seldom equaled Prot Leo Schmi and Prpf Patrick OSullivan gen erously lent their services as accom panlsts Thomas Keenan and At lorhejf Walsh were called on and wore happy and witty in their brief responses Taken altogether Prosl1 dent Tarpy and Division 1 scored an other success and made many new fri4ndLINJURE CAUSED DEATH r tail Trey tlif eeveayeasoa t J 1 i i KENTUCKY I I IRISH AMERICAN p n r son of Edward and the late Catherine Ford Tracy was buried Monday morning from St Augustines church in Jeffersonville Death resulted from an affection of the brain re twoyearsyouthful coinpaions His death oc curred at the home of his grand mother Mrs Patrick Tracy where ho had been since his mother died six weeks before The father who is a locomotive engineer on the Pennsylvania lines and one brother Ford Tracy survive him MENS MISSION The mission for women which has been going on at St Louis Ber trands church this past week will come to a close with Papal benedic tion tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock The fathers in charge are more than pleased with the success of the first week the attendance be- Ing extra large at all of the devo tions especially in the evening when capacity crowds attended it being necessary on several evenings to place extra chairs in front of the Chancel rail The mens mission which will continue all next week 6will begin tomorrow morning at the oclock mass with a mission sermon and in the evening at 730 oclock with rosary instruction rosary mission sermon and benediction the mission masses to be every morning at 5 and 8 oclock mission to close on Sunday eveningi March 15 at 730 oclock elope will commence on Tuesday thatsafter services On account of the mission the communion day of the Holy Name Society has been post poned from tomorrow which Is their day proper until the following Sun day when every member of the parish whether a member or not will receive In a body Rev Fathers M J Ripple and Francis ONeill are conducting the mission In def erence to the mission the saloons for a radius of several blocks in tho neighborhood of the church will be closed during the hours of the even- Ing exercises HAPPILY SURPRISED I Col John J Score was given a happy surprise at his home on Zane street last Saturday night when his itmlnble wife invited a number oC his friends to a bounteous dinner in wallanttwhen called and before he knew vjhat was transpiring he was sur + rounded by Fire Chief Tim Lehan Col Joe P McGinn Ben Kruse George Bender William T Meehan McCarthytsentod hTm a magnificently framed steel engraving of the Return From Calvary as a memento of their proceededhover by the hostess and her sister A social hour followed during which Joe McGinn won and nearly lost a box of shirts while Ben Kruse cap tured the ties Toasts were re sponded to by several and for Mrs Score and her husband many returns of the day were hoped for MKAGHERS SWORD The sword of Gen Thomas Francis Meagher commander of the Irish Brigade In the civil war waBon Wednesday presented to the Uni of Notre Dame pthelain who with hands uplifted gave in the midst of shot and shell final thesbrigade on the battlefield of Gettysburg The presentation of the sword to the University was mada by United States Senator Thomas J Walsh of Montana where Gen Meagher died while acting as Governor W Bourke Cochran of New York was the orator selected to tell of the significance that attaches to Moaghers swordof the Generals sentence to be hanged for treason by the British Government owing largely to a speech in Dublin when as representative of the Young Ire land revolution party Meagher hall declined to stigmatize the sword and had given as a reason the famous passage beginning At its blow a great nation started from the waters of the Atlantic In the ref erence to the many battlefields on which Meagher sad his brigade dis tinguished themselves special em phasis was given to the charge up the heights of Fredericksburg celebrated DoylehMeaghers men went against other thehbards of Texas During the cero monies the cadets of the university acted as a guard of honor for the Irishhs formed part of those In attendance CATHOLIC WOJilEN ORGANIZE The Catholic women social work ers of Chicago completed an organization last week which promises to win for the many branches of Catholic social work In Illinois widespread recognition The Organiza ilea is to be known as the Women Social Workers Association of Illinois Its purpose is the dlsdiis slon of all phases of the various works in which women are engaged and the furthering of such projects as will accomplish a betterment of condition in the various fields of labor represented in thej association VISIT ST CATHERINES llndMr1 willvlst jrpift where Mr and Mrs Butler tIdtI4 J I THE NEW CHURCH THAT FATHER THOMAS YORK WILL ERECT LEGISLATURE Will Adjourn oil St Patricks Day Tuesday JMnrch- Seventeenth Louisvilles Select Coterie At tempting to DirectLegls lotIon ChroiilcPrpsressl Kickers Are Fired From the AVatterson Hotel HAAGER LEADS BECKHAM FORCES With the adjournment of the LegislatureI only a weblyfrom next Tuesday efforts are being made 1STi rush through pet bills In preference to important legislation and a great amount of valuable time Is being wasted in the discussion pro and con of tho former class the vice commis atop bill being a sample This measure Is advocated by a select coterie of Louisvilles upper set who never get In touch with the public pulse by association with the com mon people but every now and then meet In the Seelbach Hotel and setItle how our public government should be conducted the gas rate fixed regulation of vice commission fI form of government or any other weighty problem of the To the credit of the dayII eral Assembly It Is vice commission bill will be rejected hleadingj proposes to close the tenderloin district and scatter HV inmates broadcast i one or two f the backers I claiming that they will busy them i selves in finding employment for theot women taking it for granted that i driving them out in the streets wlll I have reformed them It has been suggested that the above select crew I constitute themselves into a little reform band and traverse the blighted sections preaching reform thereby possibly doing some good and attaining the principal object at stakepublicIty This would defeat the possible invasion of respectable neighborhoods in case of passage of the bill but the entire Louisville delegation will try and prevent its adoptionApropos of the above the same gentlemen are fighting for the pass age of the bill abolishing the present custom of the Magistrates sitting as a Fiscal Court in which move to arebacked intheirclaiming that It is tile wish fit the handfulvotedmost of whom were Progressives who bad that section as one of the platformMessrsChandler two ot the chief advocates MoosesThe dally papers have not even been fair to the Magistrates in their dis cussion of the question one of them thOMaglBtrutcsdld themselves previous to the election when three of them had no opposi tion The local null Moose organ which Was established since the ofcventing jts spleen on anyone who contributed to the success of the Democratic ticket has just been ordered away from its quarters In the Wattersqn Hptel Manager Jones staling that the continued attacks on reputable persons did big business wholefrogresslveheadquarters been thrown out on the cold cruel advertigers WooAxtond l t ticketotheI JltretIP Artand iMtl but not leaf the J s I i firm of Col Pat Callahan the latter thus manifesting his friendship for the Progressives in a substantial way and which alliance was in dignantly denied when the statement appeared In these columns before As in all like Instances the public soon grows tired of a chronic kicker evidencedn funeralobsequiesnounced at an earlY date otGenatfaultBeckhamSenatorial PoliceHangeragowascauseforofDemocracywl1lhardlybanner while Hangar holds tile reins I LnbanPhelpsorHangST PATRICKS DAY- Celebration4of o 9How AnAsHu VSuccess theCountyThursday StPatrlckRday Sunday Jndlcations I promIsesf i beIngthoyhaveJMcDermottIng which In Itself is a guarantee of committeehasi tolentInprogramme thoIrelandtof entertaining partfare now on sale at Jwentyflve cants each anymemberArrangements JFinegan WJwill be announced In our next Issue andInstrumentaloral of our leading clergymen willroccupy boxes and the different Cath olic societies have been Invited to be present at the celebration in honor of Irelands patron saint and scholar APPOINTS JUDGE ODOHERTV JUdgerrattLouisvillelndustrlIIl made known by Mayor Buschemeyer on Monday Judge ODpherty suc ceeds C W White whose term would have expired in May but who SuetesseraIsaac T Woodson willI be appointed in May CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of Americawillr JohnsHallandelegatesd interestingPlans1 work among the branches work that Will Increase the membership Reports from the Supreme officers show that new members are beln constantly received into the order everywhere throughout the country FOIlTr IIOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours adoration willl next take place here In St AnnsI church Seventh and Pavjes avenue Rev Father John T Hill the pas beautllullyImpre begintohaufetede l l clergy q ASQUITH The Ministry Fighting Grimly Despite the Loss of Seven Seats Home Itulc Most Popular Plank In Platform of Liberal Party Disorder In House oT Commonsh AVI11 Not lIe pthe1 Orangemen SENTIMENT AS TO COMPROMISE Central facts ultimately prevail phangJablemooaystemcablesand the present central fact is a stu pendous majority in favor of home rule In this as well as other recent elections Considering that till Ministry has bean In office for eigh- tyears that It has attacked so many powerful Interests and carried such revolutionary legislation that 1U has passed through the whirlwind of the Marconi scandal and that the almost unbroken tradition of English electioneering life is that the swing of the pendulum to the I other side always begins after any Ministry has held office for some years the marvel is that it still re tains such a strong and unshakable hold on the majority of electors in all parts of the country Eleven byelections since last August show a majority of 18776 forf home title Furthermore these I byelections have mainly been fought on the insurance act and several have been complicated by a triangular fight with both candi dates on the progressive side equally committed to home rule It emerges clearly from all this that home rule Instead of being a weak plankInemerges even more clearly that ijnvhardenede e electortos thlidiculouss splendidlyhopetul havehade h louse of Commons Mr Asqulths answer to the Tory attack and demand for a premature revelation of the concessions to Ulster which he promised on the first night of the session elicited from him a speech of great power and still greaterI spirit for he declared amid n tem poet of cheers from his own supporters that the Ministry was i hustledthatand that he would not betray a great cause at the eleventh hour What added to the fierce welcome by the Liberals of this defiant contractspeech on the opening night of the session That speech was inter preted by Asqulths own followers as BO meek In spirit as to suggest Orangomelargeof n the Liberal rank and file is against all compromise and all concession and that spirit Is even stronger among the Liberal and especially among the working class thBSrEdwarde cratic rebels In contrast with the severity acted out to working class agitatorsPrivate a I LiberaiSuringn RedmondsjUdgmeJ1t I I against all concessions and ihjI j short at this moment though some jI concessions certainly will be of el1ng1ofc The peecbor the Irish debate which was the moot aucceaiful was a 0J OranSElawlessnessquiet moderato Liverpool ship owner who represents the solidl business men of England who are shocked by these appeals and incitements to lawlessness by leaders of the Conservative party The second debate on the Insurance act I mQslIt I sklllfulorossi Into such a ridiculous maze of self contradictions as made the un greatelaughing l othethInsuranceWhile Acquith is working out his scheme of concessions the Tories t the House of Commons become dull IrLeith1 tltEnamerumorlfor1 IiUlsterwont and though concerted disorderIn noyett any moment But sectarian rioting with attacks on peaceful Catholic citizens thHouseOrangmovemento exasperatingnothelpTho chief nearfutureesslons arnotdiffi solttUonB rutisOrangemen UlstolaT Nationallste momentLiberalsfl trlay temporary or right to demand exclusion after e rionlEruleUNVEILING CEREMONIES At representsfives IrishAmericaocieties JuteInofconferring HartsUv 4ii iucJiL Ul Publlq tosuitable ofhet Franklinsquare thedatethecereluonleswill be a Journey to Mount severalsocietiesf Father tot Our Country A wreath oWashingtbn placeIlWburnoiI greatgrandwilldrawwfiidiscloseI I otworldMajor Atparade AtthelocalhotelsI w11lbel Intentiona tnvlttmembers of the Senate and House of rollowlngsocietiesceermonles The Friendly Sons of ofHiberniansHistoricalLeague the Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago the old Hibernian Society IrlsnAmerlcanSociety Sons of St Patrick will bring with them from Now York a chorus of 100 male voices It is planned t make the affair a big n and thousands are expected from all participateIn thtCALLED HIT DEATH Mrs Adelaide Schulten wife e John J Schulten entered Into eternal Feat Tuesday morning at St Josephs Infirmary following a brIok illness from heart failure She was sixtyfour years old and was a lead Ing figure Ilu iGerman Catholic church and social circles being noted for her charity and goodness of heart Mrs Schulten was the mother o Leo Schulten who had just re tturned from his wedding trip and Alexis Schulten and a slater ot John Volford of New Albany The funeral wap held Thursday morning whicsdevout members BLACK HAND WORK A blacjc hand otter demanding thest relieve him of it threatening dent as an alternative was received rQSs church at Sheraden Pa and has yenice+ g found on the steps qf a convent It follows If you value your Iffe and property secure hInt carry 5000 on t1iso deathe It DUNDONS PROPHECY Robert Emmet Dundon Red tthe clever sporting editor of the Evening FlaIvltllibis old friend Billy Repetto as predicts that from what he has seen thus far of the Wathen that they are sure tQ aggregationI three in the American llfl1Isthat he to now malting a future l book On the race WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order a VINCENTIANS Hold Quarterly Meeting nnd Hear Numerous Gratifying Renqrts1 Lou Is I1loInrttculnr Council andr Conference and Their t York t Itev OYPowerfulnAddressB 1 MANY NEW MEMBERS RECEIVED hundredosections of the city President John A Doyle assumed the government of the St Vincent de Paul Society of Louisville at the quarterly meeting thehallonFourththeopeningFatherDonahuo leelIngthe JJhissVlncentlansbae t beingnoticed coniee Doyle said he realized the placeduponthememberswaypossibleof conferences took advantage of the hiEutteranceBsupportThe conference reports showed a withS1Patrlckstfour members were enrolled and de spiritualbenefitscentian Under the reports of the con greatnrelieved Theenumbered there amongtheserlothlngffueranditidI h 1svr made lapduring the holidays by Christmas baskets and other things that demonstrate thbspirit that Inspires the Vincentians and brings cheer to the homes of the unfortunate poor without regard to race or creed- Chairman Mapother detailed trio work conducted at the School of Rll form where the visiting members were doing everything possible for the spiritual good of the youths In that institution Messrs nines 1 Hartman and others made detailed r reports of the results of their minis OltyH s and TUberculosIS Hospital where they the unfortunate In mates and supply them with books magazines newspapers and religious articles They have accomplishers great good and have been the means nlbecomingcitizensRev whonStVlnc quent and powerful address oh the home and mother Father ONeill declared that the mother exerts a power greater than that ot those with titled scepters It was he said a happy and glad fact that the St arefportals home and combat the bad literature that would sow discord and suspicion and disrupt society looking not be yond this world and life Rev Father Deppen was called decllrlngtheSt VJnfl UnitedStatesfor a number of past decades and Its effects elsewhere are visible They were entering the now period with a President whose second dheLralsednow occupied Rev Father Donahue of the Cathedral urged all to make the success of President Doyle assure Elkohl St Philip NerlB conference where spirJtFattier T4cofvfngsociety every one present renewing i his obligation and assuring all pres ent the indulgences granted This was a splendid meeting and every man present felt that the few hours had been well spent FEDERATION Next Thursday night the Louisville Catholic Federation will hold ltd reg ular monthly meeting at the Cath olic Womans Club Thp Rev Father OGrady pastor of St Aloysjua invltaitondshould attract a large atteinJaHoe Everilllr1portnl1twill be read At lli s meeting the iIMedAC9r lepresent r ii l KENTUOKY iiRXSHAttIERIOAN IV L NTUGKY IRISH MERiGflN ssratedJ to tile Social and Moral Alraaceneaeii tff Irish Aaertcaat and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mans Institute and Catholic Knights of America CBNTUCKY IRISH AMEHICAN PRINTING COIncorponted Publlhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC Entrd it Ut Umlivlll Poatoalee 8 iondCI J HitUr iiaddreu all Ccuinlcatlm U the KSNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Jlf21 West Occei St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 719141 NERVE TO SPARE The Kentucky Irish American Is in receipt of a copy of the Peril n gutter A P A paper of the Menac style with a request from the ed- Itor to exchange Pretty evlder that the above Individual Is not 11In need of a nerve tonic FRANOEIBELONGS IN FRANOEI The editor of the local paper sUp 4 poaedly devoted to the Knights of Columbus affairs and which is 1 ISI sued every now and then criticises iUS for reprinting an A P A slando which was done to show the real venom of the antiCatholic campaign but did not appeal to the above writer who evidently belongs I1In France where the Catholics have a lowed themselves to be trample upon EVEn LENTEN FRIDAY Every Friday in Lent the Churc commemorates some mystery con t nected with the Passion of our Lord Meditation on the sorrowful Incidents of our Saviours life Is most appropriate and profitable during this holy season In no way can the faithful enter into the spirit of the time better than by assistance at t thtCross which so impressively pictures t to the imagination and sO forcibly reminds them of the scene wherein and sufferings whereby their redemption was accomplished CHILD LABOR The Kentucky Legislature should pass the pending child labor bill without further amendment Our solons should realize that the nigh messenger service includes more moral hazards than any othe legitimate occupation Seven states t hays adopted the tw nfyoneyea agejjnfo for this service jjand Ken tucky should follow next In othe respects Kentucky will step Into the front rank among the States whet the bill parses She will be the nineteenth State to limit the hours of workers under sixteen to eight pe- rr day and with less delay than the bills now pending before other Legis latures will be the twelfth State to recognIze street work as an occupation that should be Included in the child labor law HEARTILY WITH REDMOND Most Englishmen are prepared to agree heartily with John Redmond that the time has comeIt came long long agofor relegating Dub lin Castle and the old rotten systenc of superiority and ascendancy to the limbo of forgotten evils Mos Unionists and a large majority of Ulstermen frankly recognize the necessity for entrusting to the Irish executive and local authorities the management of their own loca affairs The sincere and determines opposition of the Union party and of Ulster to the present home rule bill arises from the fact that as 1It 4 now stands Its scope extends far beyond local affairs reaching out Into regions where irreconcilable differences exist racial religious and political Of the gravity of the ImpendIng crisis In Irish history there is n- odoubthonest men of all shades ol political opinion admit it Yet al this moment a section of the Radical press does not hesitate io declare tho home rule bill not a real Issue with the Unionist party The Daily Leader for instance declares that the Tories one object is to prevent the Parliament act becoming ef fective so as to restore the veto power of the House of Lords Now whatever the views of the average Unionist may be as to the future of Ireland it is safe to say that he cherishes no Incurable passion fort e hereditary principle in legis lators Nine Englishmen out of ten regard that principle as as anachronism WRONG DOERS Upon several occasions the Ken tucky Irish American has warned WorkIngmen andd good citizens against the socalled Industrial Workers of the World who are nothing but the most lawlessl and disturbing element the authorities kiive had to contend with Everywhere they lave been guilty of disgraceful conducts conduct da Bounced by the masses of workiii jople utlt remained for No York City to rtrr the worst ahoel from this bald foment For some time put the Industrial Workers have been marching to the varloi churches and disrupting the service This dastardly work culminate Wednesday night In an attack on st Alphonsus church where Lente devotions were conducted The had been warned but paid no heel taking possession of the church and frightening the women and children present Prompt action on the lIart of the police restored order and resulted in 200 being placed undo arrest They had been ordered to leave by the pastor but refused and now they should be punished to the full extent of tho law AND1E IS ANGRY AndIe Carnegie is angry all because Senator OGorman declare that the Carnegie endowment was not organized for the promotion of peace that its principal purpose was sinister1 and corrupt and that It sought to impose an AngloAmerica alliance A good many people arp inclined to agree with the Senator 1n spite of Andrews ire There yore riotous features con nected with the old Know Notldn movement but its general tone was far higher than the A P Aism of 18904 The present outcrop of Intolerance which has not yet I reached its climax is decidedly Jess I respectable in the character of Its appeal than even A P Alsm I ISoclaJlsm and strike breaking are doing the same kind of servic against the trade unions only strik breaking is done in the open whil socialism works both in secret and from within the trade unions to I destroy them The mnllgners will pass away iIn due time and the places that knew them onco will know them no mor forever Tho Church of God how ever will remain as He has prop bed iiniiL the consummation jjf the world FAITH OF IRISH When people begin to lose reverence for the mass they soon begin to lose their faith altogether Be faithful to the mass and the Blesse Sacrament we repeat and you wlll infallibly save your soul If you are cold and distant and careless to wards these essential things you are surely on the broad road that lead to destruction Why was it that Ireland got the wondrous privileg of preserving the faith through so I many long and bloodstained centuries It was because of the devotion of her people to the most holy sacrl i flee It is a cold heart that doe not thrill at tho heroic apostoll piety and zeal suggested by the pIc- ture of the Midnight Mass in the Penal Days Under a protectln bush in the shelter of a rock or InI gatheredIthe faithful few The bitter winter wind drives the cold sleet before 1It in stinging gusts The priest is at the I moreIshapers close about him shiver in the rush of the pitiless blast On the outer hills and peaks occupying I posts of observation are the sent nets They are listening for the tramp of armed men and watching for the deadly glint of bayonets In the chill white moonlight For th- epriesthunter with his murderous and blasphemous crew is abroad am only the mercy of pod can protec his prey The tinkle of a little bet Is heard and every head is bowed while on tIle wings of the night Isi borne the whispered welcome to Hln who has come down into their raids to comfort them Caed mile faille A hundred thousand welcomes 0 GodINeverling more devoted more sublime than the faith and love of the Irish I myaItery of the holy sacraflce of nasa that merited for Ireland her perseverance in the true faith and It is devotion to the mass and the blessed sacrament that will merit theI same glorious and priceless gift for ourselves Let us be wise in good time and take the lesson to heart CHAPLAIN MILITARY ATTACHE Perhaps for the first time in the history of the United States army lone of its chaplains has been as sIgned for duty as military attache tor this detail Is usually given toa Ine officer The War Department kas last Issued orders relieving Chap I aln Franz J Feinler Thirteenth In antry from duty at Fort Wlllian McKinley Philippine Islands and living him the desirable detail as nUltary attache at Tokyo Japan He Ie to report for duty on May 15 Father Felnler feels very much honored by this selection as ho was risked from the list of official translator and bee made several trans ailona for the War Department rhich have always teen ack lowledftd and marked excellent I C IS0G rv7Xl Uci i e QQ Miss Mary Crawley left Sunday for a weeks stay In the East Miss Mary G Ridge of East Broadway Is visiting in Indianapoll Miss Nellie Maloney will retur next week from a trip to New Yorl Miss Nellie C Finegan has entirely recovered from her recent 111 nessMrs S Cambron has returne from a visit to relatives at New Haven Mrs Harry T Esterle is visIting in Little Rock the guest of her sot Harry T Esterle Jr Miss Marguerite Ryan spent last week with her cousin Miss Mar Decoursey at Highland Park- A twelvepound baby boy arrive at the home of Patrolman John T Green on Wednesday evening Mrs Patrick Welsh is still ill a t her home in Marydale making only slow progress toward recovery Mr and Mrs J T Flynn will move to Beechmont and occupy the Stout residence on Third street Martin Donahue and wife are again at home in Crescent Hill spending the winter in afterI Mrs Edward J McDermott daughter Miss Susan left last Frida to join the Lieutenant Governor ihl FrankfortIWilliam Casey is in New York to meet his sister Mrs Walter Glover who is returning from an extends visit to Paris John Dolan a well known res- Ident of Jeffersonvllle has beer taken to a sanitarium sufferIng from tuberculosis I IDr William B DOherty has re turned from a visit to his son Pau Doherty who is a student in the University of Michigan I I1Ir and Mrs John Cronin of South Louisville have been spendin the week in Cleveland the guests of Mr and Mrs James Callahan Albert F Martin will leave Mon day for Buffalo where he will rep resent the local bowlers as a delegal to the American Bowling Congress Friends of Mrs Owen McCani who has been ill at her home on Frankfort avenue will be pleased to learn that her condition is muc improved Miss Marie Walsh has returne from New York where she has been spending several weeks accompanied by Mrs F Friedberg and Mrs M C Friedberg The Shamrock Club which iIsi composed of some of the younge members of Trinity Council w1Jl give a dance at the club house on St Patricks night March 17 I Mr and Mrs D B Torpy of Marietta Ohio were here for a few days this week visiting their sister Miss Rose Henley before their de parture for a two years stay at San Francisco I IMrs Laura J Ballman an nounces the engagement of her daughter Miss Mary Gertrude Ball man to Robert John Beckmann of Ferdinand Ind The wedding wilt take place in the spring Preston Owen and twite and Mrs A G Conway were weekend visitors In Frankfort the guests of Mr am Mrs James L Newman at whose home there was a Beautifully ap pointed dinner in their honor Mrs Ed Langen gave a luncheon at Kleins on Tuesday The guest were Mesdames Henry Kpehler RoS I Wharton Frank Brucker J W Quest John Bywater Al Bywater J W Raley Charles Vaupel John Chreste and J A Campbell I I1Ilss Barbara Lanahan entertainer he following on Friday evening of last week Misses Ruth Lanahan Vary Boyd Barnwell Martha Walker Edna Lanahan Messrs Wlllian Doherty R Waldron Charles R Lanahan M Forbes I IMiss Julia Burns entertained her ard club Saturday afternoon IIn honor of Mrs W McCullough Miss Burns guests were Misses Marl Inegan Ruth Fisher Margare Unegan Mary Breckle Fern Mc aughlln Jean Smith Amelia Layer Jessie Burns Anna L Wachtel and Sue Cox I IThe many friends of Mrs Albert F Martin wife of the well known allroad attorney will learn with egret that she is ill at the home of her mother Mrs Mary Mallon 2516 Vest Jefferson street During theI past few deys her condition im proved and her attendants look forcer speedy recovery I IMIss Ida Martin was hostess at a- heater party given at the National on Friday night in honor of MIss I Anna Kelly After the performance Miss Martin entertained her guests at Kleins The party IncludedI MIsses Carrie Wlexler Anna Kelly lulala Stllger Elsie Deer Ida Mar tin Fannie Whallen Freda Deer ayme Dlttmeler Minnie Kleir andI Evelyn Stllger I IMlsfl Mary Keane entertained t- her home on West Madison street in honor of her birthday anniversary roving a most charming hostess Those present were Misses Anna Mae lean Ella Meehan Mary WobbenI Alella Cleary Agnes Ratigan Nora IOHare Kathryn Henn Mary OLeary Blanche Wobben Margaret ease Messrs James Ratigan Joe Ceane John OLeary Louis Shea Will Keitae John Black James oberty lamer Ife ne Frank Germ rthur JlmmoDJir and Mrc Ypang D ONE DOLLAR a month keep you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this protection BARNETT Again on A P A Kninpng in the City of IJhilaidelphla Shown Up in Bad Light Dy CatholicStanc1arlaJUTimes Official Statistics Practical Shatter Ills Whole Argu ment- HE DELIVERED LECTURE HERE The Kentucky Irish America readers will recall the A P A moo- Ing in 1912 when the Rev Dr Barnett was the principal speaker againstItheof It and one or two speakers at lesser fame stage seats being occi pled by former Potsmaster Wood Assistant Postmaster Morey ex Mayor Weaver Filmore Tyson and others Now our old friend Darnel has again broke out in his home I town the following being an account in part of his ramblings I 1J the godless public school re sponsible for bad citizenship He was more excited than usual at times almost incoherent and occi snonally he clutched at the flag so recently placed beside the pulpit Dr Barnett found that bad citizen- shIp consisted of bad politics and found Tammany Hall the worst sped Imen of It The saloons ninety percent of which he said are kept by Catholics he found responsible for more of it Illiteracy he charged as another factor He spoke of the large percentage of Catholics in prisons and of the bad record of Catholic countries in regard to illegll imacy and then reeled off some gUt tering generalities as to corruption among the priests of South America He gave statlstlce to support the jalJ records the charge of Illiteracy and of Illegitimacy He did not say who or what was back of tho statistic He gave alleged quotations from Catholic sources in opposition to the public schools some few of whic were probably authentic others false on their face Some were from pipers that never existed and one from the Shepherd of the Valley f unfortunate reference for this is thQ paper that was charged falsely fifty five years ago with an intolerant utterance which Dr Barnett recent falsely attributed to ArchbIshop RyanIgnorant of the results of open competition he spoke of the Inefficiency of parish schools and among other things he suggested for the preservation of the Republic was the prohibition of immigration thi from a man who was twentyon years of age before he came here He spoke of the assassins of Lincoln Garfield and McKinley as graduates of the parish schools He made all the nominal Catholics fir ure In his criminal statistics and ninety per cent of saloonkeeper graduates of the parish schools Di Barnett said that a column and a half would probably appear in The Catholic Standard and Times and he challenged it to publish his figures The Catholic Standard and Time iccepted his challenge and furnlshe hIm with the following facts and figuresDr Barnett is reckless in the handling of truth Booth was a Mason which Barnett characterize asa patriotic order Gutteau was a nember of the Onedia community tad afterwards a Second Adventist preacher According to one of Dr jarnetts official organs this denom- Ination has recently denounced the Catholic Church Czolgosz was tm anarchIst with no religion We did not take Dr Bartlett figures Roughly speaking they purported to show that everything good exIsts to about ten per cent among Catholics and ninety per cent among Protestants Father Youngs Catholic and Protestant Countries Compared from figures of nonCath tiles is an allsufficient answer Mulhall and WebbMulhall an recognized authorities on statistics Any bias is against Catholics Mu hall p 92 gives these percentages at illegitimate births Average poi 1000 Ireland 23 best showing and would be even better were it not for the Orange section Holland 35 Iwltzeralnd 48 Canada 50 Eng and 54 Spain 55 United States 70 France 74 Norway 85 Ger many 87 Scotland 93 Sweden 102 Denmark 111 Austria 135 As to crimes Mulhall gives the following p 163 Per million Ire and 216 England 450 Holland 464 Austria 526 Denmark 575 ranee 612 Saxony 914 Prussia 952 Sweden 983 Italy 1010 Prison population per 10000 pp 7071 Ireland 61 England and Wales 109 Switzerland 115 Spain 152 Belgium 173 Italy 17GScoUand 194 Norway 197 lermany 277 Denmark 296 Sweden 309 Austria 44 The special reports of the United States Census Bureau for 1904 published in 1907 show despite Eng ishborn Barnetts desire to shut out foreIgners now that he is in that p 40 among white major offend erstM proportion of foreign born i considerably lower In the crimes of foreign born pp 45 46 the percentge of crimes gainst chastity among Englishborn AmerIcan Ie 006 Irish 005 of rinses against Nature England and iralei lS Irish Q of homicide weden IS Germany 8 Ireland u u u TRANSYLVANIA E N Canada jenl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul 36 of rape Germany 18 England 15 Ireland 14 If Dr Barnett will turn to the Special Reports of the United State Bureau of the Census Religious Bodies 1906 Part I page 47 he will find that the ten States with the smallest percentage of Catholic population are Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Utah and Virginia These States had according to the Abstract of the Twelfth Census 1900 p 75 a total illiterate white population of I ONE OF I 1153 per cent and an illiterate na tive white of 1141 Editors NoteIn the above list it will be noted is the State of Ala bama the home of John L Burnett the father of thu present bill now pend ing which seeks to prescribe a literary test for Immigrants the bill being promoted by the Junior Order of United Ameircan Mechanics which is strong In the above section The ten States having the largest percentage of Catholics are Arizona California Connecticut Louisiana Montana New Hamp shire New Mexico New York and Rhode Island The percentage of white illiterates both foreign and native Is 1006 and of native white 606 In both Instances the compar isons are in favor of Catholics If we include the Colored race of Whom only a small part is Catholic the showing would be infinitely worse for the nonCatholics namely 2501 for the ten most Protestant States and 1435 for the ten most CatholicWhile Dr Barnett opposes Tam many Hall he finds no words of praise for the victory over that po litical since the victors a Catholic just as recently his associates were defending a selfcon fessed wrongdoer because if removed he would be succeeded by a Catholic The chaplain of tho local A P A says has its Tammany Yes we have had grafters in Phila delphia and Some of them were convicted and practically all of them Including the Mayors of under whom graft made the greatest progress found their path to power made smooth by patriotic orders of which they were highly honored members Dr Barnett has only been hero about three years and may be forgiven if his Good League has discovered nothing worse in our system here than a Holy Name parade on Sunday At the close of the devotions there were distributed copies of the Menace with the worst specimen of filth which has yet appeared in it The or the family that permits Its foulminded author to get readers among their youth are pav ing the way for an Increase of il births within their own ranks Certainly tho production snot literature yet it forms the pab ulum upgn which are fed the minds of the who attefld this substitute for a church service HUGE DELL OAST At Annecy France the casting of a huge bell for the Rouen Cathedral has Just been finished The bell a gift of Pope Plus X weighs 40000 pounds and ia the largest In France The hammer alone weighs 6000 pounds It will be called Jeanne dAro and installed OH the anal reraaryof her death o 0 CASUALTY INSURANCE CO IJonesBuilding ST PATRICKS DAY- CELEBRATION Macaukys Theatre Sunday Mar 15 AUSPICES OF Ancient Order of Hibernians Address by E J McDermott and Musical Curtain Rises at 815 Tickets 25 Cents Ir ARCHITECT NOLANS LATEST BUILDINGS population Congressman immigration Massachusetts aggregation Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia consequently Government congregation legitimate antiCatholics LieutGov Splendid Program ooo + XJH F X DR JiVeterinaryi Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Tiipk MS CiinbS299t Hone City 2399uF0044N6006o IGAYETY THEATER RNICDTS OP OUIBiL Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Nebraska has 278 fourth degree membersSteps have been taken to organIze a council at Juneau Alaska One hundred and fifty took the fourth degree at Syracuse Texas tomes forward havIng added 250 to the fourth degree Thirty candidates received the three degrees at the initiation at Trinidad Col Fifty young ladles assisted at the banquet that followed the initiation at Vancouver Wash Nebraska has another council just Instituted at Beatrice Fifty mem bers constituted the first class There will be an exemplification at Memphis on March 29 when a elms of 100 will receive the three degrees The councils at Longmont and Boulder are arranging for initia tions Colorado pas been making large gains this year March 15 has been set for the Institution of a new council at Urbana Ohio The class already numbers sixty candidates Starting last week with seventy five candidates seeking admission Santa Marla Council of Algiers La will soon double its membership GAYETY THEATER Besides playing Dr Jekyll and Jr Hyde and The Bells the two plays in which Thomas Shea who comes to the Gayety for a weeks engagement Sunday afternoon met with much success The Whirlpool a new detective drama dealing with the police situation In New York will be put on unday afternoon and night Tuesday afternoon and Thurs lay afternoon and night LOOT HOME Gaining entrance by prying open a basement window thieves early Monday morning looted the home of John A Ackerman 224 East Mag olia avenue Besides taking money end Jewelry the burglars secured quantities ot butter lard theeso and eggs from the pantry MACKDf COUNCIL Mackln Council has been holding Interesting meetings and having a largo attendance since the beginning if Lent President George Thornton eels greatly encouraged with the reports jreoeived and hopes to make tRlsone of Mckins best years uring the Lenten period there will be number of lecturer and other R Out Weak Commencing Sunday UatiaM Seasons Greatest Offering THOMAS E SHEA In Thres Plays That Have Been Drawing Overcrowded Houses THE WHIRLPOOL DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE THE BELLS Supported by a carefully selected com pany of capable people PBICES Sunday Matinee lOc 26e SSo and Soc Tuesday Thursday and Satur Nighu10c NAT IONAFifth and Walnut II Including REAL EVELYNS Lions Leopards Bears and Sundry Other first time here The Five Musical Presenting Willies First City recorded everywhere as from start to finis- hSpectacular Through Fire to Moving Fortune photo play replete with ProprsL tense Interest 5OTHER STAR Matinee All Seats lOc Night 100 and 200 La Dinette 412 WEST Famous For Good Things rearWe Ladies guarantee Dining prompt Room and every attention Bailey Baumgardner SAVES THE RUB THE EASY CLEAN EASY WAY Ten Simply the StirIMinuteswrrn Q S OAS LOUISVILLE SOAP COMPANY Incorporated LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY attractions appropriate for tho season NATIONAL THEATER Evelyns Pets including lions leopards tigers bears and sundry other animals In captivity occupy headline position on next weeks bill at the National Theater Another offering will be that of the Five Musical Greens whose specialty is a laugh from start to finish Bernice LeGrand Dawson Lanlgan and Covert Hunter and Ross and James Brockman will furnish other turns A spectacular fivereel moving picture Through Fire to Fortune will be on the bill as a specIal feature TRINITY COUNCIL Largellttendancemarks the meet ings of Trinity Council Y M L and the proceedings are always interest Ing Trinity Is making steady progress and will have another big initiation soon after Easter Quito a number have become enthusiastic over the Panama Pacifio trip which is being arranged by Dan J Hen nessy who is receiving constant additions to the club- YOUNGEST CHAPLAIN Father Arnold of Peru Ind In now the armys youngest Chaplain Hla people In Peru iuraiaktd him with Uli army chaplain outfit U I T k IF lu ENTUOKY kRISH AMERIGAI t JiN NM NNN NN NNNN GRAN W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET c i t 11 szH tartttwH+tYttrkt Wan+ +1oJooHHi i J 1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 oI1I1111 1 1 oJ 11HHNF49d4 + C 1 1 II H rU+inl I IIi 1 1 1 1 11 I J Z HOME PHONE SS CUMBERLAND MAIN S071y i J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I 822 East Main 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Third art beer Stat We furnish the home ceDi plete ail esy payments WN CALUMAN Mfr torn ii1 u All the late and new Styles and Shape prlCNCall I fit you ton M anc tton that will I prepare ttua tor SU ST XAVIERS COLLEGE I 1U W Broa wr LoatrrlU K7II BroUaraClIca1 I LargeSwtmmtng I stir terra Mefmte are JMBM DIr GRUEL TO BE KIND Driving through Sackvllle street in Dublin some time ago on a car a passenger was struck by the wretched appearance of a horse Pat said he you ought to be taken up for cruelty to animals driving such an old horse as that reply9fup for cruelty to a wlflan six chil dren TAKING CENSUS chitdrenCltiMB TkrM l Census Takiw Altogetfeitr j CIUM Moj OM at a Urn d C OBSERVING LENT Louisville Council Knights Of Columbus have dispensed with the lecturers session during the Lenten season and all entertainments the Educational Committee being the only working committee at present a large class of students now being enrolled under the following list of teachers Raymond Schuhmann Joseph Buschemeyer Dr E J Ritter Louis lRleffer Albert OPaly Charles W Cooper and S W Hardman the latter being in charge of the educa tional work SECURE FATHER RlllJE I IThe Knights ofColumpuu of Cin I annualIretreat in the Cathedral open Ing on Sunday March 29 and continuing throughout the week It I will be conducted by the Very Rev Father M J Ripple the eloquent Dominican missionary now stationed at St Louis Bertrands this city I VUEI Y M Ihas arranged for a series of lectures to be delivered during this and the next month They are for the mem bers and their friends and are in tended to be educational The first was delivered last week by Theodore Geisler DEATH CLAIMS CARDINAL Cardinal George Kopp the highes Catholic church dignitary In Germany died early Tuesday morning- at Troppau Austrian Silesia being unable to recover from an Illnes ot meningitis The deceased prelate was in his seventyseventh year BISHOP LILLIS The Right Rev Thomas IF LillIs Bishop of the Kansas City diocese was fiftythree years old on Tues day Bishop Lillis is one of the most active Catholic prelates in the country and under his guidance the church is making wonderful progress in KansasfJAMES NAPIER TANDY Wherever Tho Wearing of tha Green is heard and there is no civilized spot on this earth where its stirring strains have not awakened the echoesthe name of Napper Tandy is familiar But there are many of the sons and daughters of Irish parents who are unacquainted with the career of the personage mentioned in the song and indeed many assume that Napper Tandy is a poetical personification of Irish patriotismBut Napper Tandy was something more than a poetic creation and in England a little over a century ago he was regarded as a person dangerous to the well being of the British empire Tandy was of good family high education and comfortable fortune and Was born in Dublin In 1740 He took an active Interest in Irish politics early in life and became prominent in the United Irishmen Certain patriotic expressions made in public caused his expulsion from the Dublin Vol unteer Artillery and two yeara afterward he was imprisoned by an order of the House of Commons for having sent a challenge to the Solic itor General Anent this incident Wolfe Tone remarks in his journal It is but justice to an honest man who has been persecuted for his firm ad herence to his principles to observe here that Tandy in coming forward on this occasion well knowing that he was putting In the most extreme hazard his popularity among the corporations in the city of Dublin with whom he had enjoyed the most unbounded Influence for twenty years and in fact in the event this popularity was sacrificed- In 1793 proceedings wore begun against him for distributing a tract called Common Sense which con talned severe strictures on the Beresford family Finding also that a bill had been found against him for inducing the Defenders of the County Louth to join the United Irishmen he fled to the United States He lived in Wilmington Del until 1798 when he went to France to be at hand when the time for action in Ireland came Napper Tandy was given the pro visional rank of General andem barked with a small body of Irish refugees in the frigate Anacreon for Ireland in September The Anacreon landed at the Island of Aran off the coast of Donegal where hearing of Humberts defeat at Ballin Napper Tandy amuckI sailed north to avoid British cruis ers He landed in Norway and tried to reach France overland but was IttheThe local authorities surrendered him as a prisoner claimed by Eng land But the Hamburgers paid dearly for this despicable piece of work Napoleon who was the First Consul reclaimed Tandy as an officer I of the French army and declared that if a hair of his head was I touched an English officer of equal rank should be hanged Instead executing Tandy as a traitor ofII English were glad to exchange with Napoleon for an English prlsII mer of war Napoleon levied a fine of four million francs on Hamburg I for its breach of neutrality in sur rendering a French officer He spent it the remainder ofhis life in Bordeaux i France where he died in 1803 aged ilxtythree years- CHARITY OF SPEECH Charity of speech Is as divine a thing as charity of action To judge I no one harshly to misconceive no mans motives to believe things are as they seem to be until they are proved otherwise to temper judg I talquitechurches establish asylums and found colleges Unkind words do as I much harm as unkind deeds Many a heart has been stabbed to death by a few little words There Is1 harlty which consists In withholding words in keeping back harsh Judg mentJD abstaining from speech If- Ito speak IIB to condemn Such char tty hear the tale of slander doe not permit It liBteBH In silence but forbears commenti thin lock the IN LOVING MEMORY 0f Our Dear Husband and Father Thomas J ONeil wl p Died March 0 1000 We have longed for you dear father Through these long and weary years Our hearts are filled with sorrow Our eyes bedimmed with tears Your face beams before usI From a portrait on the wall And that is all thats left to cheer us Since you answered your last call Wife and Sop I veryIstill rumor It is speech that keeps a story alive and lends it vigor Christian Year i I IDEFORE TILE TABERNACLE I knelt one evening all alone I Before my hidden Lord With wondrous bitter grief and dread My inmost soul was stirred- I wept and struggled all in vain I cojdAndlAnd restless grief I told I felt that He was very near I His face I could not see But I could almost hear his voice Come ohl my child to me crept still closer to his throne III Then sank down at his feet The sense of peace that oer me stole Was strangely calm and sweet I felt that tender earnest love I I Beat in his heart for me And dearest Lord my wearied soul Found peace and rest in thee I RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Patrick McKenzie whose accidental death was a shock to his friends took placo from the residence of his sister Mrs P C OReilly 2645 Rowan street with requiem mass at St Cecilias church Tho deceased was a former member of the police force and waswidely known throughout the city With high mass of requiem the funeral of Mrs Mary Wonders was held Monday morning from St Johns church Rov Father Schuh mann officiating Mrs Wonders who had been ill for two months was fiftynine years old and re sided at 913 East Jefferson street Surviving her are three sons and two daughters Without warning death came to Mrs Bridget Evans on Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs Joseph Kehrer 728 Oldham street Mrs Evans was stricken at noon with a hemorrhage and expired almost im mediately She was sixtyfour years old and besides her daughter leaves one son William Evans and many relatives The funeral was hold Tuesday morning from St Louis Bertrands church Mrs W T Gregg died Wednesday afternoon after a lingering illness at the family residence 3184 South Third street Besides her husband she is survived by two daughters Mrs W R Johnson of Simpson vllle Miss Kate Gregg and four sons W W Gregg James Gregg Richard Gregg and Albert S Gregg The funeral took place from the residence at 3 oclock Thursday afternoon and the body was taken to Shelbyville for burial I Monday afternoon occurredl the death of Mrs Marie Heavrin Keller aged twentyfive years at the home of her father ET Heavrin 121 East Gray street Mrs Heavrin was a native of this city and socially was very popular Her husband Edwin Keller who conducts a grocery at 844 East Market street and two children survive her also a sister Miss Rose Heavrin and two aunts Mrs John Wllle and Mrs C S Foster of Boston Mass Her funeral was held from St Johns church I IFull of years and loved and re spected by all who knew her Mrs Catherine Mahoney widow of Pat rick Mahoney was culled into eternal life Sjinday afternoon at her home 1504 Mellwood avenue She leaves the following children William Dan and James Mahoney Miss Ella Mahoney Mrs Ben Johnson and Mrs Margaret Cormley The funeral was held Tuesday morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Father OSulllvan celebrating the requiem mass IWith grief and sorrow friends and relatives learned of the death Sun day of Mrs Emma Meagher beloved wife of William Meagher 1423 Washington street The deceased was thirtytwo years old and was a woman held Jn high esteem While thought to bo recovering blood poisoning developed and baffled the skill of physicians and friends Be sides her husband she leaves a monthold baby Her funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Josephs church with requiem high massMrs Mary Coonan wife of Will lam Coonan died at her home 1518 West Chestnut street early Tuesday morning Mrs Coonan was a most estimable woman of strong character a loving mother a faithful wife and one who stood very high In the minds of her large number of friends and acquaintances A thor ough Christian she was one of the oldest and most devout communicants at the Sacred Heart church from where the funeral was held Thursday morning Rev Father Patrick Walsh cejebrating the requiem high mass Besides her husband a son and daughter survive PAT WON HIS BET An Englishman and an Irishman I made a bet as to which could swim the longer On the day of the race the Irishman came to the shore In a bathing suit and a large satchel- on his back The Englishman asked what he had In the bag Provisions for three days cooly answered Pat The bets otV said the English maD M he hndd hat the money A few cll1ater ha heard that- PAtllouldnt swim aatroh t FIIIEMBX RESCUED While fighting a fire Tuesday j thejfumes and smoke They fell un conscious and but for their timely rescue by Assistant Chief Carroll and several of his men the conse quences would have been serious Several other firemen were sickened by the fumes and had to make their way to the open air I WILL VISIT ROME Tho Right Rev Camillus P Miles Bishop of Covington will soon leave for his ad Hmlna visit to Rome when ho will acquaint the Holy Father with the condition of his diocese This trip will be made diirlng April lasting until June when the Bishop will return for the ordination at Mt St Marys Sem inary where several students will be ordained priests for the Covington diocese SKUMA8 MMANUB Seumas McManus the Irish breakIdownWalla Walla on Sunday night and was confined to his bed Physicians said ho would be able to resume his travels in a few days It no serious complications develop OUR NAVY There are now in the United States navy 64000 men There is great need for more chaplains in this branch of the service and effort will be made to have Congress increase the number to one for each 1200 men Only six of the chaplains are Catholics PRIESTS VESTMENTS All boys and girls who do not know the names of the vestments which the priest wears as mass and the special significance that each one has should commit this to memory There are six vestments worn by the priest celebrating mass The amice is a white linen veil which the priest puts over his head and shoulders It represents the veil with which the Jews covered the face of Jesus when they struck Him The alb is a long white linen gar ment which reaches to the feet of the priest It represents the white robe that Herod in mockery put up on our Lord The cincture or girdle is the cord tied around the waist to hold up the alb It represents the cords with which Jesus was bound The maniple worn on the left arm represents the chains put upon our Lord and also the handkerchief with which Veronica wiped his face The stole is a narrow band which hangs down from the neck and is crossed on the priests breast It represents the cords with which our Lords neck was bound after his con demnation It is also the distinct sign of the priestly office and is used In many ceremonies and blessings The chasuble or outer vestment covers the body of the celebrant and represents the garment with which Christ was clothed In Pilates court The large cross upon the chasuble re minds of the cross placed upon Christs shoulders At solemn mass the deacon and subdeacon wear vest ments called dalmatics which resem ble the chasuble worn by the cele brant of the mass THE DANCING EASTER SUN When St Patrick traveled through Ireland preaching the gospel and baptizing his converts he usually pitched his tent besode a wayside stream or well In this water he baptized his catechumens and then blessed the well Sometimes he found the well dedicated to some pagan divinity Then St Patrick simply rededicated it to the service of the true Godand the mystic fountains of the old religion became the blessed wells of the now religion of which baptism was the most essential and characteristic rite Asa rule all the Irish saints have one or more blessed wells dedicated to their memory in the Immediate nelgbghborhood of the churches which they founded Indeed the church was never founded except near a well Pure water was neces sary not only for baptism and the holy sacrifice but also for the dally needs of the holy men and women whose lives were given there to the service of God Pure water was for them an urgent need for they led lives of extreme rigor hardly ever tsting animal food except a little fish from time to time What won der these became holy wells and what wonder that upon these wells the sun dances on Easter morning- as Irish children believe- FAITHFULNESS Whatever happens never forsake a friend When enemies gather when sickness Tails on the heart when the world Is dark and cheerless is the time to try true friend ship They who turn from the scenes of distress betray their hypocrisy and prove that Interest only moves them If you have a friend who loves you who has studied your Interest and happiness be sure to BUB aln him in adversity Let him feel awaYIRealIstsIn the heart They only deny Its worth and power who never loved- a iI friend or labored to make a friend happy jI ONE ON COPII While driving his truck down the street Denny got Into a traffic tanIgle at a corner A big traffic cop 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pIFor Your Furniture Wantst I WANT YOUR TRADE I S pricesI I JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street e IT IS Time For StovesFirst ThoughtCold weather is coming Second ThoughtWe need a Stove Third Thought Geher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reason able Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of GEHER SON215 W Market St Bet Second and ThirdII I I Ilia I t I ii I1I1111 H II1II 11 J I1II S S 11I11 t II i IIIIII to M I IANNON Po IANMN JR UW8ENCE J VEQiEMAfij j PTK t Mfr MIi ttes TfeM SHrIbrJ 1Ip BANNON PIPE CO I Sewer and frrivert PipII B BMas Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadaits I I J Wall Cejilajf Drain tilt Yitrlleil IricKII Fire Preelag flue Lining Fire Brick Grate aai Boiler tile Greta Fire Clay Caimaey tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONK CITY Sr31786 CUMB MAIN 507 WOkKS13tkaed1 Brck and Magnolia AnRet 9tk attd lOtk n u iii lo HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Paot WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 w111 meet next Monday nightDont forget the date Sunday March 15 at Macauleys Theater The County Board meets next Thursday evening at Bertrand Hall The purchase of a home by Divis- Ion 3 has given the order a big impetus locally The Emerald Hibernian Sociall Club had the biggest success of their career on Mardi Gras night Tho talk of exState President George J Butler at the last Count Board meeting hit the right sppt Every Hibernian In the city should act as a committee of one in boost Ing the St Patricks day celebra tion Those attending the meeting of Division 4 Monday night will be given a shamrock Imported directly from Ireland ExNational President Dolan has been Honored with appointment to the City Planning Committee by the Mayor of Syracuse None enjoyed the Eirimet celebration of Division 1 more than Hon John Ryan now In charge of the city pump department Hibernians nearly everywhere ob served the anniversary of Robert Emmets birth with exercises that reflect credit on the order The biggest Initiation Ohio has ever had will occur on March 29 dt Cleveland when 1000 candidates will be received Into the order The divisions of Manchester N H have aroused Interest In the study of Irish history and a contest in the parish schools is in prospect BInghamton Hibernian expect to have several State officials at their St Patricks day Celebration the feature of which will be a banquet Indianapolis Hibernians have com pleted all arrangements for their St Patricks day celebration and the largest parade yet seen in that city There is marked activity among the Hibernians of Syracuse where large numbers of new members are being secured for nearly all of the ten divisions Oregon Hibernians want no hun dred years of peace celebration with England and prptest against any appropriation of money by Congress for that purpose Among the speakers at an open meeting held Sunday in Minne apolis by Division 3 were National President Regan Hon D W Lawler and State President Doyle The division and auxiliary at Imogene Iowa are arranging for a big initiation on April 19 They will have with them Rev Father Shine State President of Nebraska The Hibernians of Terre Haute will celebrate In honor of St Pat deirlfeteamtoInitiateATTEND ST PATRICKS Following their usual custom the Ancient Order of Hibernians anil the Ladles Auxiliary will attend the 630 oclock mass on the Sunday pre ceding St Patricks day which will be March 16 at St Patricks church and receive holy communion In a body County President W J Connelly has requested all of the divisions to require their Recording Secretaries to notify all of the mem morninginsaint of the order and out of respect to Very Rev Father Cronin the pastor who Is County Chaplain of the A O H being held In high esteem by every member of the order A section of one of the aisles will be reserved for the divisions and auxiliary RESTING IN FLORIDA Col James P Whallen Mrs Whallen Jailer Charles Foster and a party of friends left Louisville for a season of rest and recuperation in Florida Col Whallen plans to be gone about three weeks He will spend most of his time in and about St Petersburg stopping at the Hotel Detroit The object of his trip is rest and recuperation after the worry with business affairs and sorrow in broVterColsince which time all the many and varied business Interests of the firm of Whallen Bros have been borne by him alone Later in the week Frank McGrath Democratic City and Conuty Chairman left for St Peters burg to return with his family to Louisville Ho will only be away a few days Mrs McGrath and her children have been wintering in the popular winter resort Former Mayor and Mrs Head are also in St Petersburg and may return with Col Whallens party While In the South Col Whallen plans a trip to Ft Myers which Is only a short distance from St Petersburg to see the Loufsvlllo baseball team play some of Its practice games Jailer Foster will return In about ten days GOOD WOMEN GONE A long and useful life was brought to a close Thursday when death claimed Mrs Mary Callahan aged seventy years at the home of her daughter Mrs Roger McGrath 2011 Sherwood avenue Mrs Callahan was the widow of Michael Callahan and is survived by two daughters Mrs Ella McGrath and Mrs William Fried both of Loujsvillqj four sons Martin S Callahan who is connected with the K and I Thomas- r Callahan of the Louisville fire de I partment John P Callahan and Pat rick G Callahan of Houston Texas and fourteen grandchildren Arrange ments for the funeral services were I not completed when this went to press I SHAMROCK OLTJB DANCE ItWIthaItt 8 to If The RepUoa Committee c SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First I and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter Cusick financial Secretary Joseph Far rellTroasurerThomas keenan Sr SergearitatArmtf Tim Lyons DIVISION 2IMeets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and OakIPresident C JjFordIVice Presldent J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh cunnlnglham DIVIsION 3IMeets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice T Anf r1nnt rTliiTnnci Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArms Thomas Far rellSentlnelni J McDermott Y11a I MACIUN COUNCIL non Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentyslth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresIdentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassln Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch KeaneInside Schott Outside SentinelF E Oratzer Executive Committee Frank Adams Charles Raidy William Link are John M Hennessy Thomas A Murphy Paul E Bowling William J Hennessy Louis Eberle John J Bradley Frank Britman Robert J Sullivan William F Ktrchdorfer B A Mlnsterketter j AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events ia tke Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney March 8 1833 Diocese of Detroit established with the Right Rev Frederick Rese who was consecrated October 6 of the same year as first Bishop born at Vlennen berg Hanover February 6 1791 served the first mass of Plus IX died at Lappenburg December 27 1871 March 9 1814 Death at Lachine Canada of Father Anthony Rln fret horn at Quebec June 18 1756 ordained November llr1781 served on the Canadian mission for thfrtythree years March 10 1876Death of Father William Beecham convert last of what Bishop Hughes called the Old Guard that Is the forty eight priests who were In the dlo cese of New York at the time of his consecration pastor of scat tered Catholics In seven counties with residence at Rome N Y where he died March 11 1863Death of the Rev Patrick Rafferty for twentyone years pastor of St Francis church Philadelphia born in Ireland In 1791 messenger boy for Sir Ed ward Fitzgerald and Robert Em PennsylvaniatnNuncio In the BonapartePatterson TrentonMarch Father James Fremin S J born nt Rhelms France died at Quebec July 2 1691 missionary to the CayUgas Onondagas JMohawjcs and Sqnecas founded first Catholic settlement In Vermont at Isle La Motto in 1667 March 13 lal1Tl Rev W H Ketchnm Director of Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions or dained by Bishop Meerschaert In the proCathedral at Guthrie Qkla first secular priest ordained for the vlcarlateapostollc of In dian Territory served ten yeard among Western Indian tribes Ant1SetSisters of Charity at Emmltsburg I received Into the church at St i IMatthewI communion on tho 25th conflrme1 May 26 by Bishop Carroll of Baltimore t HIBEKNIAN AUXELTAUY I The meeting of the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary was well attended Wednesday night when Mrs Rose Grimes was obllgated and Mrs Luke Moran reported on the sick list The Ladles Auxiliary members will approach holy communion In a body i at the 630 oclock mass at St Pat ricksI church on Sunday March 15 t They will wear their new and hand i some badges On Tuesday April 14 t they will entertain with a picture J show at the Ideal Theater Twenty third and Market tc wts tickets for which ca4 be wMtttred at Dougherty k McBUiotV or the members J g IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mrs Mary Costello hap just died In the Oughterard Hospital at the age of 115 years John Lalor Fitzpatrick of Mount rath has been sworn in as a Justice of the Peace for Queens county Two hundred Irish National Volunteers were enrolled at an enthusiastic meeting in Athenry Town Hall The Rev Father Reidy of Moone RevIJ Mylotte Irlshtown to Moono and Rev Father Heeney to Irlshtown Thomas Harrington Urllngford a member of the Directory of the United Irish League has been ap pointed a Magistrate for the County Kilkenny Claremorrls District Council appointed Matthew Cosgravo architect under the laborers acts Thomas OBoyle having withdrawn his ap III plicationJudge Brereton Barry was pro sehted with white gloves at Carlow Quarter Sessions and extended congratulations on the peaceable state of the county Rev Father Gerrard of Mount nugent County Cavan Is under med ical treatment as the result of a fall I from a car near Navan He Is mak I sI of Killa hee John Rhatigan of Lanesboro and William Farrell of Leheny were at Klllasheo Sessions sworn in as I LongfordIhave been elected Councillors for the Center ward of the Waterford Cor poration and D McDonald has been elected Councillor for the West ward i I Tile death has occurred at his residence at Ntfns in his eightyfifth i year of James Dillon who for many years was a member of the Naas Board of Guardians and District I CouncilThe New Ross Guardians elected Dr ORegan of New Ross a medical officer for New Ross and Ballywillan district by forty votes as against I twentynine for Dr Keating of Wexford I John OConnell of the firm of OConnell Brothers coachbuilders and farmers and Chairman of the Mountmelllck Board of Guardians has been appointed a Magistrate for Queens county II Most Rev Dr Browne has ap pointed Rev T Cleary of Kllanerln to Gorey and Rev T Crowe chap lain at Enniscorthy Workhouse to Kllanerln and to be replaced in En nlscorthy by Rev R Kavanagh of CushlnstownA order has been sanctioned by the Local Government Board in connection with the pro posed new main drainage works for Kilkenny City These are the most Important sewerage works at pres ent under construction in Ireland The tenants on the Morony property West Olare received notice of the purchase by the Congested Die tricts Board of this estate Including the town of MiltownMalbay This result was brought about by the ef forts of the Very Rev Canon Han non on behalf of the tenants In the early eighties the estate was the scene of many evictions The late Mrs Julia Hamill of Dundalk bequeathed her property in Park street in that town known as the Imperial Hotel for the benefit of the Society of St Vincent de Paul She left 1000 to the Superioress of the Mercy Convent Newry for the support of a home for the aged poor and 2500 on trust to His Eminence Cardinal Logue for the Sisters of Mercy Dundalk for extending their orphanage She left a number of smaller bequests for the benefit of County Louth charities THEIR HOME MUIIT The home night of Division 3 A 0 H brought out a splendid attendance at the meeting Monday night when the final report and deed for the property on Portland avenue wore received President Maloney was gratified with the results and welcomed the visitors Secretary Price received two applications and JohnHessionConnelly James Donahue and James Flnnorty are still on the sick list but improving George J Butler former National Director stated the terms by which the homo had been purchased and paid for which were unanimously approved After Secre tary Price read the County Board report cigars were passed and Thomas Tarpy invited Division 3 and its friends to the Emmet exercises of generousdonationcalled upon County President Con nelly responded by saying the officers and members must feel grati fied at the attendance and interest exhibited The Irish of the city he said are elated ever the realization of the Hibernian home project and the progressive spirit of Division 3 He pleaded for United and har monious action and urged all to hear Lieut Gov McDermott at tho celebration at Macauleys on March ThomasQuinnresponded with brief talks LENTEN SERMONS The sermons on Tuesday evenings at St Patricks church during the Lenten season are being delivered by j the Dominican missionaries who are orated in this city Father Francis ONeill was tho speaker last Tues day evening and will be heard again next Tuesday night REAPPOINTBD Gen Bennett H 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