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I- c G WEDO PRINTING fiRST CLASS WOR- KGlvo This 0111w Your Noxt Order VOLUME XXXII NO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 14 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS THEIR PATRON Erins Sons and Daughters to Set Record For St Pat ricks Day The Louisville Hibernians Will Exccl Previous Efforts in Celebration Big Meeting at Macauleys Will Hear lion Edward J McDermott GREAT PROGRAMME ARRANGED St Patricks day this year will be more generally celebrated than over before this because the feeling HON E J MDERMOTT Who Will Deliver the Principal Address of optimism and hope eternal In the hearts of Irishmen that victory will Soon crown the struggles ofcen tunes for Irelands freedom In all of the cities of America elaborate preparations are being made to cole 1rate Iina rellglous and patriotic InihKf9I SSt Patricks day toil be observed In Louisville by the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladles Auxiliary who will endeavor to excel all pre Tlous efforts in its celebration Notable will be the turnout Sunday mbrnlng at the 630 oclock mass at St Patricks church when the mem bers of the divisions and the auxiliary will commemorate the patron saint of the order by approaching the holy table in a body Surely this pious and devotional exercise will bring many blessings to the order and the united prayers of the members will be helpful in the struggle to maintain the present happy posi tion of home rule for the old land Under the auspices ot the Ancient Order natives of Erin and their descendants will have their annual celebration Sunday night at Macauleys Theater and the occa sion will be marked by notable speeches Irish songs and other features which will appeal to the senti ment of the prominent Celts present Attorney Thomas Walsh will deliver the address of welcome and Llaut Gov Edward J McDermott will be the speaker of the evening There will be a splendid musical pro gramme rendered by the best talent obtainable and this will be a big feature The committee has chosen THOMAS TARPY Chairman Committee of Arrange meats songs that are felt to bo represents live of the best work of Irish bard- srand certain to be appreciated The lull programme IB all follows Introductory Remarks Thomas Walsh Addrees Lieit GOT Edward Ji McDermottLullaby Song Jpcelyn MI Belle Decker Wise accompanied b Trof Leo Af IBohmUL i Tenor Solo Nearing the liar borJoseph iy iHubfcuch accom panlftd by Prof Leo A SchmltV v Vocal Solo Auld Ireland Mlw Ruth Keenaccompanied byXl AdrlsaneAdamsTenor Ont Sprig of Sham 1 rockMuter Robert Seymour Vocal SoloWst1DiII 7 Ay yt 0 I I nlI- I KENtucKY IR1J i AMERICAN othy Norton accompanied by Prof Leo A Schmltt Tenor Solo Ma Cushla Thorn ton J Flynn Vocal Solo Denis Darlln Mrs Leo A Schmitt accompanied by Prof Leo A Schmitt Vocal Solo Theres Only One MISS ALEEN ZIX Ireland Miss Aleen Zlx assisted by Walter Barrett Tenor Solo As Long As the Shamrock Grows GroenWalter Barrett accompanied by Mrs J J DonohueIn St Patricks church the traditions of the past will be lived up to The Rev James P Cronin V G the rector will leave nothing undone to make Tuesdays celebra tion memorable Tho children will receive their first holy communion In the morning and at night Bishop ODonaghue will be present and ad minister the sacrament of confirma tion after which the Rev Father Cleary of time Dominican order will deliver the oration on Ireland and Its patron saint Father Martin OConnor of St Michaels church Brook street has made special preparations for the nightRevchurch will deliver the panegyric on St Patrick Here also the musical programme will be a feature The County Board committee has been fortunate in Its arrangements WALTER BARRETT and it will be a great If Macauleys Theater is not fille to overflowingJohn who was originally scheduled for a recitation on the programbo has been called out of town and the committee after much difficulty secured his son Thornton J Flynn the well known tenor to come ovdr from St Louis to sing iIn the entertainment and will sin singerhascoiningtenor HURTS PROVE FATAL Unconscious for eighteen hours William A Nally twentynine years old died Wednesday morning at St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital from Injuries received In an accident at the Louisville 8 Nashville shops where he was employed Nally waa employed on a crane at time shops removingboilertogethetbycrane As Nally was selecting a place to lower the flues they slipped from the rope and burled him Ho was rushed to the hospital and an examination showed a concussion of tholralnjserlouslnternal Injuries s and his left leg and foot Vere crushed The unfortunate man re sided with his parents Mr and Mrs William ElaUyat 1608 West Ron tucky street Besides his parents li Is survived by his wife and n smalll daughter Marguerite Four slslors Mrs Lillian Murray Mrs Mary Blandford and Misses Maggie and Sadie Nallyand two brothers Walter and Thotaas iNally all pf Louisville also survive Ho was born In Springfield Ky but removed to jLoulsVlllw about seventeen ago Deceased was a memberof Stt Williams church from where th funeral took place Friday mornint- ime Roy George Connor being the celebrant of the mass of requiem L111ELyr ileyJofcph F Delaney pastor of St Patricks church at Fort Wayne IndiiJha r brought salt forj10000 damages against Rev Alex1 R Evans bf the Neettdingfert = Preby retina church iii that city for lib- elIt1aUed1hatRev l i JDVami rt 1ael circulated by letter ststemeattlIJph oboat ii c I REASONS Why IrishAmericans Should Bo- Proml of the Ancient I OrdcrII I JIibcrlllt I I ill IIuvo n Splendid II Record For Achievement Here l Ever Loyal to the Church and the Country of Their Adoptionte WHAT THiS ORDER IS DOING There are many reasons why IrishAmericans should be proud of the Ancient Order of Hibernians andI Its splendid record of achievement Here are a few of them Since 1889 the order and the Ladles Auxiliaries have paid out In sick and funeral benefits more than 7500000 and in charity the sum of 4600000 The A 0 H endowed a chair for 50000 In tho Catholic University of America in order that the language literature and history of Ireland might be taught In 190C 40000 was raised for members of the order who suffered In the San Francisco earthquake The work of the Gaelic League has had loyal support from the A 0 H More than 25000 has been contributed to this cause by the or der which made successfull the American tour of the President of the league Dr Douglas Hyde who IIthoII The Interest of the order In the study i of the language of Ireland alco has I been shown by the founding by it of more than 500 scholarships for the study of Gaelic in colleges an academies In America The Ladles Auxiliary has contributed 10000 to Trinity College Washington D UIIT The AO H and the Ladles Aux iliary have given 38000 to the Catholic Church Extension Society to aid in Its great work of supplying J and SouthwestII I These many activities of ti- Anclenta0rl t r Tr JallJernlan8 gj andtlit ollc Bishops and priests of the United States These organizations s have been loyal to the Catholic aslslstI by the church Reviewing the history of the Ancient Order of Hibernians a mem her makes this eloquent summary o Itsnlms This great organization the Ancient Order of Hibernians a society born In the persecution of the clergy baptized In the blood of priests and people confirmed by thoI tranIqulUtyI for three and onehalf centuries ele vatlng ennobling assisting and strengthening is blessed by God and Is destined to survive This is tho history of tho Ancient Order of libernlans in America briefly stated Every year witnessed its growth Its expansion Every day sees tIe beneficiariesdIts helpfulness It Is tho only dis I tinctively Irish Catholic society tiri tho world that stands with open I arms welcoming to Its fraternal embrace every Catholic descending iron nn Irish parent be that parent male or female In the remotest degree i This is a great record for any or bgproud of our organization because orIgnnlzatlonII j I the weak advance the men of 1mrI race assist each other visit tho sick bury our dead comfort the wife and children In their distress practice our holy religion give good example by living goodf clean moral lives The AncIent Order of Hibernians In America demands fair play for Irishmen and Irishwomen the world 1overII It Is disseminating historical truths concerning our fatherland It tIs undoing the work of prejudiced his torians on both sides of the Atlantic work done to tho detriment of every + thing Irish It fs showing that while Illiteracy was freely and frequently charged against our ancestors they l were the victims of such gruell such Inhuman laws that the marvel i t not that sonic of the Irish people iin the past have been uneducated but maine tamed their Identity We are correcting the lies of prejudice and bigotry We ale striving toper petuate the virtues of our tore fathers to rescue their reputations from the obloquy that our enemies would cast upon them What the Ancient Order of Hibernians h Anciesnt Order of Hibernians In America Is throuetghe Union and Dominion of Canada pro claiming for all our members friend ship unity true Christian charity and equal opportunity for every Irishman or Irishwoman the world over WHAT CAKDINAIi SAYS Prehlbltfan never will be en breed IR a Chrletlan eicountry Aaald James Cardinal GlWwnai Jn a tattr meat made public In New Orleans eta Saturday Cardinal Gibbons U paying tit annnal vtttt to tola f i Ij 1 I brother John T Gibbons city While I am an intuitivelyII cate of temperance Iiam persuaded that prohibition can not bo enforced in this country con tinued Cardinal Gibbons It is calculated to make hypocrites and lead to the manufacture of Illicit whisky replacing the good material with time bad while at the same time robbing the Government of the legitimate tax- CLOSE g OF MISSION I The second week tit the mission known as mens weekat St Louis Bertrands church will come to ai close tomorrow eVenig at the 730 oclockexercises which will consist of rosary sermon benediction and the Papal blessing Tile success of mission especialjy from an at dance standpoint has been remarkable this large edifice being crowded nightly necessitating the conservatively presentthel nearlythatmasses The uaraget1c1al1y number of communicants thiM far has been I over 500 and It is iExpected that HolyNamefigures will compare favorably with the womens mission jthe week previous when 5200 cdmmunlons wore received in the last rIve days of their week Anothe remarkable i durIng saloons covering a rsfdlus of nearly tduringtheIthe proprietors comprising both givingtheirVerypevFatherj asgistl successbyIJECKXT DEATHS Sunday morning John A Buckley aged thirtyeight aigj formerly a SQCsumbedi i was held Wednesdayjjinorning from St Cecilias church ajvhich he was a devout member dFrends and relatlfes mourn the death of Bernard I1N Heltkcmper whose funeral was held Tuesday morning form St Vincent tie Paulc church Besides hisfwjdow who re sides at 1102 Lydlafjjrjeet his aged mother survives him I1lIchael Burnf Ityej atyee1I nIi I I h waelda tSacredWalsh celebrating the requiem mass 1MartIn T PrYor aged twentysix husband of Mrs Katie Gorman Pryor died pf tuberculosis Sunda night at the residence of his sister G ORourke on the Taylor tboulevard Beside his wife an In fant son and two sisters survive him His funeral was hold Wednesda morning from St Louis Bertrand- church The funeral of Mrs Bridget Olges wife of Patrolman Henry Olges was hold Wednesday morning from St Johns church Cloy and Walnut Mrs Olges was flfty three years oft age and resided at 922 East Chestnut street She was a woman oft splendid character and for the be reaved husband his friends feel greatI sympathy The last solemn rites and requiem CathlerInEFltzgernld y morning at Holy Name church Rev Father OConnor officiating Mrs Fitzgerald was bqrn in Ireland sixty eight years ago but had long bee x n member of this city She residel with her son lnlaw Honry C Bach iliOS Racine streetJThe funeral of William A Jacobs a well known carpenter and resident of the West End was held Dfondn morning from St Cecilias churchll was a brother of Capt James Jacob- His wife Mrs Mary A Jacobs 242- Bank street three daughters M- rsE Moore and Misses Georgia and Rosanna Jacobs and n sister Mrs August Qhlendorf survive him ISt Cecilias church suffers the loss of another faithful member by ti death of Miss Sadie Schujer while occurred at trio home of her parents Mr and Mrs George Schuler 340 St Johns street follpwlng an illnesp of only three weeks Her funeral was hold Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church and Wali1largely at tended Deceased was the sister of SChulesr and Mrs Mary Brlscoe Peter Martin sixty=nine years of age and a most highly respectedd member of Sti Charles parish w called into eternal rest Saturday evening He was n native of Ire land but had resided here for many years One son James Martin au- vivos him The funeral was held Chdr1aes phurpb Roy Father Ratio being t celebrant of the high mass of re stteadegd by many old friends and associatelm George Wondersl aged thirty died Sunday night leaving two children to mourn his death His funeral was held Wednesday morning rfrpm St Josephs church Ke had been Hi for some time atthe home of hie 1rotheri Henry Wonders 911B mast Jefferson street and on this account did not knorrthat his mother Mrs Mary Wonders Had tiled the preceding week Besides his children two brothers Henry and Lei Wondere and a titer MlM Altos Wonder arrrfebjm l r t 1 HOME RULE Premier Asqulth Submits Final Proposal hi the House of Commons Declares Measure Sincere At tempt to Give Ireland Stable Government Would Exclude Ulstcritcs From Operation of Bill For Six Years BONARLAWAND CARSON OBJECT The British Governments plan for the conciliation of tho Unionists of Ulster In connection with the Irish home rule bill was laid before the House of Commons vMonday It met with a coot reception from the Unionists The terms of Premier Asqulths slier were that a poll should be taken of the Parlia mentary electors of each county of Ulster to decide whether they shouldlbo excluded from the the bill for a period of six years from the first meeting of the new Irish Parliament This would un doubtedly result in the exclusion from Irish home rule of the counties of Antrim Armagh London derry and Down The announcement was made before an unusual gather ing of distinguished portions who llistened with intense Interest to Premier Asquiths clearcut speech llasting an hour Just before the conclusion of his address the Pro mier remarked that nobody was In love with exclusion for its own sake and continued I do not expect that these proposals will be received with enthusiasm But I ask for them deliberate end dispassionate consid eration They otter to the men of Ulster free choice and the certainty that their political standing can not bo changed without the assent of the Imperial Parliament I see no road to any other agreed settlement In which the proposition to give and take is likely to be so fairly ad Justed tn the coitrae o htaspeech the 1rtamer latia obtNptbat tliekdoov ffl1g tm r grlodr tl x years becaueemErMitl PdWglva ample time to test the working of the Irish Parliament and also an opportunity to the electors of the United Kingdom guided by that experience to pronounce whether the exclusion of the counties of Inygovernment In the excluded coun ties would be dealt with locally by the creation of local boards Andrew BonarLaw leader of the sixyearathe Imperial Parliament and the same sort of referendum for the United Kingdom as the Government was offering to the counties of UlsterJohn E Redmond leader of the Irish Nationalist party said his party was willing to make great sacrifices for peace but the Premier had gone to the extreme limit of concessions While the fish Nationalists disliked tho proposals still If their opponents accepted them frankly his col leagues were prepared to do the same Otherwise It was the Governments duty to press the home rule bill with all the resources at its commandSir thenwill not have this proposal which means a sentence of death with a stay of execution In behalf of Ulster he rejected the proposals but said that f the Government wpuld withdraw the sixyear limit Tie would call an Ulster convention for con plane theGUlsterAntrlm Arm agh Londonderry and Down retaining for six years their old standing in the United Kingdom outside the jurisdiction of the Dub lin Government would in the gen eral opinion expressed in t compromisehHind counties of Ulster are to he allowed to hold a separate referen ncceptborneeralally token that there can bo no doiibt of the result Asqultl1lnadmlttlngthat settlemenhndleft tr apartas before said the Government had adopted the proposed plan as the price of pence During the six ounas try at large could Judge of the suc cess of the home rule government and the Parliament of time United whetherthe excluded counties should com under the Dublin Government lihefreely conceded Tfie members o piawithoutLaw leader of the opposition said If It represented the last word the situation was very grave BLESSING OF STATIONS Tomorrow evening at8 oclock tho handsome new stations erected 1ntSt Augustines church for colored pea pie Thirteenth and Brgadw y willi I be blessed with sbleiHin and lpmpre lye ceremonies Father JJiten the pastor hoes been preparmV jfor this aVent for seine time tan the hohwtll reader k special muaical programme A number of tie ctorgr d 1 r lI 1 I will assist at the services and the Right Rev Denis ODdnaguho Bishop of Louisville will preach the sermon SPEAKS AT MOBILE J J Kavanagh the well kpown young attorney who has addressed the local Hibernians and other Cath pratesforAncientOrderolic Societies of Mobile Ala to de lliver the address at the St Pat ricks day celebration In that city next Tuesday For this occasion his theme will be Irish Makers of History t Mr Kavanagh will leave Sunday and before returning will visit New Orleans and a number of other Southern cities ACTIVE AT XIXKT1MWE Remarkable Indeed Is the career of John Klnnarney born In Kings county Ireland ninetyfive years I ago His next birthday anniversary natlvland1839 youngfarmersInLouisvillenothing excitement and witnessed the atrocities of Bloody Monday Hd was first employed by the late Joseph Campion then Superintendent ntealnIboatlfanCincinnati n years he worked on railroad con struction and later was employed LoulsXIn t jiijtrw gQ MJtKinI ohpfcliI nndheall of his faculties and his mind 1 Is KlnnarneyIsonos formerlyCaptain a de retinaini withhll1lhisfourgrandchildren John Kinnarne has GeorgeKlnnarneI Conn MEETS AWFUL DEATH Jeremiah OHearn twentytwo years of age a son of former Police man Jerry J OHearn met with a morningInshops of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company where he was em played as a machinist Officials at the shops where the accident oc Information stances Sergeant Patrick OHearn an uncle of the unfortunate young man and Patrolman Mike OHare went to tho shops and It is charged promiseswas to the effect the tthe body of OHearn was cut almost in twain by one of the coal shovels used on aredroppedI Accordingtocaught by time coal shovel asH was being closed The vSMm lived at Desldeshisbybrother sictr was a witness In the Federal Court when he was Informed of his sons snockthatautomobJIeYoung I everyhomeho lived his death Is sincerely re gretted His funeral was held Fri1 day morning from St Williams church HONORING ST PATRICK No tower than sWtythreo Irish social benevolent and patriotic or SPatrickst Yorek City on 17 This enthusiasm improvee whlcftimena ahead The committee In charge haa arranged r the parade to start in the afternoon from Fortysecond d street and Fifth avenue It will be reviewed by Mayor Mitchell Police Commissioner McKay Street Clear Ing Commissioner Fetherston Judge Edward E McCall and other taen prominent in the citys affairs Coli Conly leading the Sixtyninth Regl depti wmheadthe procession totl rinaei the unltorms dleratloorwomca a feature 0 c r t i is i T WEJO PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give ThiN Office Your Next Order 1 I fARCICAL i t Taxpayers Arc Glad at the Near Adjournment of IiCHgis laturc j Com ailssions and Prohibition + Measures Exhaust Valuable Time j Passing oY Statewide Bill Severe Dow to BccUham Campaign o r t CARDINAL GIBBONS UTTERANCE t The Kentucky State Legislature will be In session only two more days and Judging from the expres alone heard on all sides the people of the State are duly grateful as the productiveof tJIatarctaxpayers and progress of the State To begin onthe sembly to deprive the people of any governmentI1Ymissions whose duties are to consist of prying Ihto the affairs of our private business enterprises deciding what the tax rates will be In counties appointIng tactleavIngwithout a leg to stand on In the additionmissioners are all to draw nice fat salaries with tremendous opportu nines for graft The public at large would prefer to see onjy one more commission measure passed at this tllnCommission thqgraftnumary commissions and testing the preseJltlegislatorsmisrepresentingtheir otthoadillt1bJltoronouncedtendencytlennbllle theproposera whfif notsechtt3 lee beyond lhrengtb prohlbltlondoes proven In all sections of the country where prohibition has been tried It only serving to make hypocrites wherever tried out Cardinal Gib bons who considered by all as one of the foremost thinkers of the day said In a statement Issued at New Orleans last Saurday Prohibition never will be enforced in a Christian country While lainan ardent Intuitively countryItand lead to tho manufacture of Illicit whiskey replacing tho good material with the bad while at the same timeyrobbing the Government of the legitimate tax This view Is In dorsed by every sane thinking man beIng attempting to ride Into office on a fanatical wave prohlbltlon a veto of nlxtyone to thirtytwo on Thursday It can safely bo said that 90 per cent of the majority voto bythegalleries many of whom were pro fessional women suffragists and subjectsdprohlbltlol competent critics will certainly chancesInotherloyalprohibilion IrlaimAmericanqueriedhundreds theliquoropposed to prohibition on time name IsEmlnencoCardlnalGibbonseypryDemocrat wouldepthoj p Jfaltholrophlloneating prohibition was only playhlg politics not being at heart sincere in his prohibition views Without matterIt J UnitedStatesnomination especially if the enemyn opponentlikeRepublicannomination BOWLING GREEK lonsatftJosephswhich concluded Tuesday attracted thehlstotYofthecongregaUon FatbeiThomas RevJoftognclergymen assisted Father Hayes atthedlKerentservices MEXICOS CATlIKDnAIt ttiedlItotJHthitotMior ground TIt seating capacity IIs about 1 0- y Ar I PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second aid Brecklnrldfc KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XXXIINO 11I LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 14 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS SAUCY JACK BARRY i S Character Sketchof the Father of the American Navy and Its First Commodore t Who Was a Valiant Irish Fighter and True Lover of the Country of His Adoption t Near the center of Liberty squar Philadelphia and about one hundre yards from Independenco Hall stand3 an imposing monument of polished granite surmounted by a heroic fc figure In bronze Upon tho northerl side of tho pedestal the following in scription is chiseled into the stone Commodore John Barry U S N Father of tho Navy of tho United States Born in Woxfprd Ireland 1745 Died In Philadelphia 1803IPresonfeSItp thq Oity of Philadelphia by tho f Friendly Sons of St Patrick 1907 During tho year 1906 Congress appropriated the sum of 50000 for tho purchase of a slto In tho city ot Washington and tho erection of ia statue to tho memory of Commodon John Barry the money to bo expended under tho direction of a commission composed of the Secre tary of War the Secretary of the Navy the Chairman of the Commit too of the Library of the Senate and the Chairman of tho Committeo ot the Library of the House of Ropre sentatives This monument and statue an now nearly completed and will be unveiled in 1914 thus giving tardy recognition to ono of tho foremost men of all time in the navy of the United States Of the parentage and the part he took In helping to establish this fret Government of ours many beautiful things are written and we take much pride in presenting from the pen of Jasper Tucker Darling LL DI this brief story to our readers John Barry was born In Tacum shane County Wexford Ireland in 1746 leis father was an Irish farmer of tho highest character and he inherited from him the many noble attributes which afterward J 1cmadehimhpub He und1lrivato urllllHfollowed the sea from his earliest years and made his homo In Philadelphia In 1760 Ho not only applied him self with diligence to tho study of his profession but he also found time to store his mind with useful information As a result ho rose rapidly in the confidenco of his em ployers and nearly acquired position and wealth Ho commanded ships before ho was of age and at thirty t stood at the head of his profession He offered his services to Congress at the opening of the Revolutionary War abandoning as he said him self tho finest ship and the first em ploy in America to espouso the pa triotic cause His services word gladly accepted and he was appointed to tho command of the Lex ofgtonwar that sailed from Philadelphia In which ho made the first capture of a British war vessel accomplished cruiserthat of theby as American tender Edward Preble ia his Origin of tho Flag says this Lexington of the Seas was the first vessel that bore tho American flag to victory and wo can proudly add that she was commanded by an Irishman Barry cruised successfully In the Lexington until tho fall of 1776 when he was appointed to the com mand of the Efflnghara one of tho three large frigates built in Phila delphia In tho eventful winter of of the Delaware that year the navigation being Impeded by ice and all naval employment suspended Barrys bold and restless spirit could not remain inactive So zealous was he In his countrys cause that ho volun teered his services iq tho army and served with distinguished reputation as AidedeCamp to Gen Cadwalader In the Important operations around Trenton and commanded a company of volunteers and some heavy guns during the most critical part of the t action r During the year 1777 Barry was senior commander of the American navy at Philadelphia and forborne time prevented the capture of tho city by the enemy In October of that year ho repulsed a British squadron in their passago up the Delaware but later on when the British obtained command of the city and river It was deemed prudent the American ships up tho Delaware beyond the reach of tho enemy While they wero lying near White hall Capt Barry chafing under In action when there Vas so much to bo done formed a project which for r Boldness of design and dexterity of execution was not surpassed It equalled during the war He con t cowed the thought that the enemy might be severely harassed by small boats properly armed xHe manned four boats of his frigate with well armed crews and with muffled oars setout on a dark night to patrol the river Philadelphia was reached and the expedition was almost past the city when the sentries on one of the BriUsh menpfwar gave the nAtew scattering shots were fired from the shore but the sailors bent to their oars and the boats were loet tojttght in the darkness When day broke Barry MM far 0 4 10 T f J down th river Opposite the lltle post held by the American army and called Fort Penn Barry spied a large schooner mounting ten guns and flying the British flag With her were fourtransport ships loaded with forage for the enemys forces Though the sun had risen and it was broad day Barry succeeded in run nlng his boats alongside the schooner and before the British suspected tho presence of an enemy his men were clamoring over the rail cutlass anh pistol in hand ThereI was no resistance Tho astonished Englishmen threw down their arm and rushed below The vlctoriou Americans battered down tho hatches ordered the four transportsII to surrender on pain of Into and triumphantly carried all five prizes to tho piers of Fort Penn There the hatches wero removed and the American sailors being drawn up in line Barry ordered the prisoners to come on derk When all appeared It was found that tho Americans had bagged ono Major two Captains threo Lieutenants ten soldiers and about a hundred sailors and marines a very respectable haul for a party of not more than thlrtj American sailors Barrys conduct in this enterprise won for him the admiration of friend and foe alike Sir Wllllatr Howe then CommanderlnChlef ot the British fortes in America of feted the daring Irishman 2000C guineas and the command of a British frigate it he would desert the service of the United States Not the value and command of the whole British fleet wrote Barry In reply can seduce me from the cause of countryWashington considered this ex ploit highly creditable to Barry and wrote to him as follows I have received your favor of the 9th Instant and congratulate you on the success which has crowned your gallantry and address in the late attack upon the enemys ships Al though circumstances have prevented you fromnreaping tho full bgneflt of ylotirTcWclffest yettlteo is ample consolation ln the degree of glory which you kayo acquired You will be pleased to accept my thanks for the good things which you were so polite to send me with my own wishes that a suitable recompense may always attend your bravery Goorge Washington In September 1778 Barry was ap pointed to the command of tho frlgato Raleigh but soon after deliberately ran her ashore rather than submit to capture by an over whelming British force On May 29 1781 as commander of the Alliance he captured two British ves eels the Atalanta and the Trepassy rafter a hot fight During the action Barry was wounded and had to bo carried below One of his lieutenants reported to him that the ship had sustained great Injury and asked If lie would surrender No replied Barry If the ship cant be fought without me J will be carried on heck The reply animated tho crew to such an extent that they suc ceeded in compelling tho enemy to surrender before Barry could be brought on deck In time falll of the same year Barry carried Lafayette md Count Noailles to France In his speech to Congress introducing the jlll for the creation of a monument to Barry the Hon M E Driscoll thus summarizes his services At the breaking out of the war- d tho Revolution Barry was employed as Master of the Black Prince the finest merchant ship In America She was purchased by the First Congress armored for war and nado the first flagship of the first loot under the first Commodore and lamed the Alfred after the father of ho English navy He won the first laval victory of the war in tho Con mental service and returned tho Irst prlzo captured from the enemy In command of tho Lexington which was named after the first battle of ho Revolution and was tho first ship that bore the Continental flag to vie tory on the ocean Ho was the first Japtaln of our present navy and continued first In command until tho imo of his death During the last three years of the Revolution ho was ranking officer in the navy and ought the last battle of the war in ommand of the Alliance the last and test warship of the Continental navy After tho close of tho war and luring the time that England had arrogated to herself the right of earth the gallant Captain was tailed on the high seas one lay by a haughty British Captain with Ship ihoyl To this challenge Barry paid no attention but kept his course Tho Jrltlsh crew stood aghast at such oldness What ship what man was that who them dared to tempt the wrath of England I Again the challenge goes ringing orth across the waters this time short sharp imperious breathlng o- fTreatsAhoy I say Ahoy What ship is that Then Barry the blood tingling trough his veins leaped upon the affrallj his eyes flashing his heart tire and grasping the ratlines ht Boned far out over the Wpg aide i 7 ct Il riITlJr J I and pointing to the flag snapping iin the breeze ho shouted back Unite States shlpothellno Alliance Captain Saucy Jack Barry half Yankee half Irishman and who in hl1 are youIn stature Commodore Barry was above medium height In bearing he was graceful and dignified yet free from all ostentation In his private life ho was amiable even as his public lire was brilliant His uniform courtesy won to himself a host or friends In the language of the poet The bravest are tho tenderest The loving are the daring Such was the life and character of this noble man now being memorallzbd by a grateful nation which ho helped to establish through his loyalty and generous service In- closing this brief tribute to his nam and fame it Is fitting and proper tony that Commodoro John Barry IIIs worthy of the highest meed of pains that this great American people can possibly give May tho youth of our land whether In times of peace or war strive to emulate his virtues and profit by the purity of his high un selfish and patriotic example LOUISVILLES FINE POSITION Under the above heading Dr John Hornsby the most noted hospital authority in this country and editor Inchief of the Modern Hospital in the February number took notice ot manageImentin wordsThere are not very many sclen tlfically trained hospital Superintendents in this countrythat Is men and women who are capable of administering the scientific as wet as the physical departments of sa modern hospital especially ono ot large capacity and which has a ape dally delicate relationship to till great mass of the people such as i11 municipal hospital We are In creasing tho number each year but there are too few to go round The- mbdejnjhMpltaJiii i a plaCOI wher vast sums of money can be was eil by Ignorance and Incompetence si that it Is necessary to have a Super- Intendent who is a good business manager but the modern hospital Is also a most complex affair whoso sole function after all is the care and cure of the sick Medical science has progressed so far that the administration of the modern hospital requires of tho administrator a broad and intimate knowledge of scientific processes apparatus tech alc and operations These thoughts ire Just now prompted by the nows paper announcement that the newly sleeted Mayor of Louisville Hon Fohn H Buschemeyer has reappointed for a term of four years Dr Jf W Fowler as Superintendent Louisville Is Just completing one of he finest hospitals in the country in interesting illustrated story of which is now in type for publication In the Modern Hospital Dr Fowler visited a great many of tho most hospitals In the land prelim- Inary to the completion of the plansl studied hospital architecture and equipment down to tho last modern minute and gathered a vast und to add to his already great knowledge of hospital administration Those of us who knew of the masterful way In which Louisville was approaching her problem felt hat she was one of the few cities hat evinced sense enough to know ppreclate and still further educate ai competent hospital administrator Tho best hospital thinkers in the ountry value Dr Fowler as one of ho ablest men in the profession and the Modern Hospital wishes to ongratulate Mayor Buschemeyer on ho wisdom of his choice and we beg leave to predict that Louisville IsI to bo one of the most fortunate hospital clUes in the land INTERESTING IMPRESSIONS It is always Hnerestlng to hear of tho Impression made on thoughtful outsiders by the sight of a typical athblic congregation attending lass remarks tho Avo Marta Hero isI ono of the outstanding reflections ot a recent Protestant visitor to St atrlcks church in Montreal One thing above all struck melt always comes tome whenever I go Into a Roman Catholic church Ills the wonderful suggestion of nltyt Here in this largo church with its Immense congregation you never thought of its individual lembers you never thought Indeed of them In any other way than as of forming one immense body an or anlzed unity dominated and welded Iinto the corporate whole by genera tronilof tradition and training And iH Is often enough the per Isuas1ve though acareely recognized orce title unity that draws the effecting nonCathpllc on from curioue ttendahce at external serv Ices to inner conviction of the hurchs truth v LARGE FOREST AREA JKIsneflpt has 1a forted area of 8000000 cores i the largest faytats eMt ot tf Rooky Mountainsr Q ii t i r EiEiIt THESE WERE IRISH Among the signers of the Declaration of Independence who were known to be of Irish descent b sides John Hancock were the following Matthow Thornton New Hampshire whoso father came from Ireland John Hart Now Jerse whoso ancestor from Ireland settled jln Now Jersey James Smith Penr isylvanla born IIn Ireland came to America In 1729 Georgo Taylor PennsylvaniaI born In Ireland came to America as a redemptloner George Reed Delaware son of John Reed who was born In Dublin Thomas McKean Delaware father and mother born In Ireland Charles Carroll grandson of Charles Carroll an Irish Catholic who emigrated to America In 1689 Edwar Rutledge South Carolina son cor Dr John Rutledgo who came trot Ireland to America In 1735 Thomas Lynch South Carolina grandson oC Thomas Lynch it native of Galway who went to Austria after the Irish revolution of 1691 Robert Treat Paine Massachusetts descendant of Robert ONeill who changed his name to Paine and emigrated to America John Hancock President of the Congress was the descendant of an Immigrant from Ulster Ireland Charles Thompson Secretary of Congress who made thi first finished copy of time Declaration was born In Maghera Count Dorry Ireland and John Dunlap who first printed the document Tas born In Strnbano County Tyrone Ireland IRELANDS GLORY During the centuries In which Ire land was the lighthouse of rollgloi and humanity she sheltered learning and art flourished within her borders It was Irish Illuminators who engrossed the Book of Rolls a tran script of the Gospels still famoui among connoisseurs as the mos beautiful book In tlie world As tat as King Alfreds timethe nint- icenturyscholars from Ireland were welcomed by the monks of the fa molts English abbey of Croyland as Instructors In the art of illuminating missals and breviaries That century was a rude age In England but ar age of culture In the Green Isle Civilizations rose and fell The time came after centuries of enlightenment and peace when Ire land fell a prey to foreign conquest the result of strife among her na tive chiefs It was in the latter halt of tho twelfth century that Dermod MacMurrough of Lelnster deposed for his tyranny negotiated with Henry II and invited NormanEng fish mercenaries to help him in the recovery of his kingdom From that times dated Irelands evil days But her ipeoplexiUnder overystresspfJimi3 fortune retained their love of lib erty and the morality which has made them singular among the na tions Idealists and enthusiasts the stuff of which martyrs are made they remained true amid all vicissi tudes to their religious faith There are other instances In human his tory which demonstrate that it Is moral qualities that win in the end but no example of this truth Is more conspicuous and resplendent than that which Is deducible from the history of the Irish people HAUlS rA year or two ago a Chicago West- Side Democrat an Irishman was unning for the Legislature In a dis- trIct with a large Italian constituency He spoke one night at a mixed meeting his audience being composed of Irish and Italian voters and his speech was given circulation sat Springfield as the classic of that cam mtgn Tho candidate said Ive only a few words to say Js Irish and you Italians ought to bo ogether in this campaign Weve got many issues in common Tale the harp The harp is the emblem of Old Erin but it takes you guineas to play it You Italians have the otes but It takes us Turks to run the government So we ought to tick together In this campaign Weave you the harp now give us the votes The voters recognized the logic of his argument by sending the candl date to Springfield by a tremendous oto More than six centuries before ills reciprocation Danto ncknowl edged the gift of tho harp to Italy and the rest of Europe by the Irish eying This molt ancient instrument was brought to us from Ireland whero they are excellently made and In great numbers The inhabitants ot that island have practiced it for mZany years aye they place It In the rms pf the kingdom paint it on their public buildings and stamp It- on their coinage giving as a reason their being descendants of the royal prophet David- CATHOLIC TAUGHT LINCOLN President Abraham Lincoln ro tired his first instructions from a Catholic which Influenced his whole IIro During his boyhood days in Kentucky ho attended at different times at lest two schools of which he always retained clear and grated recollections One of theso was kept by Zacharlal Riney whose In uenco was never wholly effaced rom Lincolns memory Though his teacher was himself an ardent Cath cIUc he made no proselyting efforts InI his school and when any little ellglous ceremonies or perhaps ere catechizing and the like were to1e gone through with Pall Prot estanf children were accustomed to retire by permission or command Llney was a man of excellent charter deep platy and airly educated PUT THEM OFF Always put off until tomorrow the uplewant things that you feel you Cilhtto esytoday LOVED THE IRISH i I Why George Washington Accepted Membership in the Friendly Sens of St Patrick Evidence Cordial Relations That Existed Between Him and His Catholic Supporters That George Washington was above all theprejudlces of his earliest education no one doubts win Is conversant with the history of the country and his relations with the Irish and Catholic citizens of hlg time He had seen so many nobli acts of patriotic Catholics In support of the cause of liberty had observe them upon time field of battle and become so Intimately acquainted with their leaders both In civil and religious life that he learned to appreciate their loyalty and devotion From association with them sprang 0 warm personal and Intimate friend ship His Catholic spirit and natural sense of Justice coupled with tho absence of prejudice In his character made him easily susceptible to the generous Bolfsacrlflclng loyalty of tho Catholics Born reared and educated In the most bigoted section of tho country whore the traditional prejudices the had refused shelter to tho Catholic Lord Baltimore a contury and a hall previous existed it is Indeed surprising that some of its detestable littleness was not found in his character Yet wo have not recorded lr history one act of his that has shown oven in tho slightest degree a trace of bigotry Ho never forgot tin gallant bravory of the Catholic soldiers of Maryland and Pennsylvania nor the generous aid of Catholic France and Spain While Catholics were proscribed in every State In tho Union and Prbtestantism estab fished In New Hampshire Congregationalism in Massachusetts and Catholics of New York required to abjure religious allegiance to the Pope and other similar actions taken by the different States Wash ington was Immune to such bigotry and ever remained superior to his narrow environment Time only enhances the grandeur of his liberality and the popular prejudices of hit day Throughout the country it was a custom to celebrate Pope day which was an excuse for holding up to ridicule in song and verse the Catholics and was the occasion for SruWkenjfprocessioI irijwlilch tfia Popo was carried in grotesque effigy No ono did more to put a stop to such Insults to the Catholic people than Washington While the patriotic army com posed of many Catholics from Maryland and Pennsylvania wore up in defense of Boston on November 6 1775 preparations wero being made to celebrate Pope day with tho usual disorderly and obnoxious pro cessions Washington being apprised of this fact and Justly indignant atII this gratuitous insult to the Cath olic soldiers of tho patriotic army Issued the following from headquar tersAs the CommanderInChlef has been apprised of a design formed for tho observance of that ridiculous ant childish custom of burning the effigy of tho Pope he can not help express- Ing his surprise that there should be officers and soldiers In army so void of common senso as not to seo tho Impropriety of such a step at this Juncture at a time when wo are soliciting and have really obtained the friendship and alliance of the people of Canada whom We ought to ionslder as brethren embarked In tho same cause tho defence of the liberty of America At this Juncture ind such circumstances to bo Insulting their religion islo mon Irons as not to be suffered or excused indeed instead of offering the J most remote Insult it is our duty to address public thanks to these our brethren as to them we are indebted for our late happy success over tho ommon enemy in Canada Pope lay was not celebrated that year in Bostpn and Washington had given lo It a death blow- Washington was well qualified to iudgo of the patriotism of the Cath ollcs for had he not the dls Inguishcd honor to be intimate with Archbishop Carroll Charles Carroll of Carrollton Daniel Carroll James ritzslmmons and did ho not surround himself with such men as then Hoylan Col Fitzgerald Lafayette md others He knew that the May lower brought over the two Irlsh non William Mullins and Chrlsto her Martin Ho knew that the British stores at Portsmouth were laptured some four months before Lexington by an Irishman John iulllvan from Desmond in old erry Ho could not forget that the rat British warship was captured by OBrien front Cork and that rack Barry the father of the Amen can navy came from gallant Wex prd He remembered that tho first American General to fall on the field of battle was Montgomery an Irishman Ho know what Stark did at Bennington nor was ho unmindful ot tho glorious work of the Irish ienorals Conway Hand Griffin wing on tho field at Saratoga Could he possibly forget the terrible crossing of tho Delaware which made possible the victories of Trenton and rlncetpn that with him were the risk Generals Butler and Wilson and to the skill and bravery ofPat Jek Colvin the iumble ferryman ot New Jersoyt and ali the way from hazardousinktbe ice cakes and tempestuous waves if that riy zT He knew that Sinltln iii Y 1I io J t i t 1 K Taylor and Thornton were of Irish birth and that Rutledge Carroll Lynch McKean and Reed all signers of tho Declaration of Independence were of Irish descent The man who read aloud the Declaration on the birthmorning of the republic wag Charles Thompson born in Ireland As another evidence of the cordial relation existing between him and the Catholics ho accepted membership in the Society of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick which was composed mostly of Catholics This was In December 1781 Washington was unanimously adopted as a Friendly Son of St Patrick In January 1782 tho society gavo a special dinner at the City Tavern in Phlla dolphin in honor of Washington which ho attended together with his staff andtho most distinguished Get orals of the allied armies of America and France On tho occasion of the election of Washington as President of tho United States the Catholics of the country delivered to him an addres of congratulation expressing their pleasure and Joy at his being chosen tho first President of the nation which he had saved This patriot address was signed on behalf of the Catholic clergy of tho United State by the Right Rev John Carroll anon behalf of the Catholic laity bt Charles Carroll of Carrollton Darilo Carroll of Maryland Dominick Lynch of Now York and Thomas Fitzsim mons of Pennsylvania On March 12 1790 Washington replied as follows To tho Roman Catholics In thi United StatesGentlemen While now receive with much satlsfactloi your congratulations on my being called by an unanimous vote to the first station in my country I can not but duly notice your polltness in of feting an apology for the unavoid able delay As that delay has gives you an opportunity of realizing in stead of anticipating the benefits ot tho General Government you will dome the Justice to believe that your testimony of the Increase of the pub lieefiprosperltys ih1 a pleasure Which I should o horw so have Jporlonced from your affectionate address I feel that my conduct In war and In pence has met with more general approbation than could reasonably have been expected and II find myself disposed to consider that fortunate circumstance in a great degree resulting from tho able support and extraordinary candor of my fellow citizens of all denominations The prospect of national prosperity now before us Is truly animating and ought to excite tho exertion of all good men to estab Isli and secure the happiness of their ountry in tlo permanent duration of its freedom and Independence America under the smiles of a Divine Providence the protection of a good government and the cultivation of manners morals and piety can not tall of attaining an uncommon de reeof eminence in literature commerce agriculture Improvements at home and respectability abroad As mankind becomes more liberal they will be moro apt to allow hat all those who conduct themselves as worthy members of the community are equally entitled to tho protection of civil government I IOPO ever to see America among time oremost nations In examples of justice and liberality And I pre ume that your fellowcitizens will not forget the patriotic part which you took In the accomplishment of their Revolution and the establishment of your Government or the important asslstanco which they received from a nation in which tho Roman Catholic faith Is professed thank you gentlemen for your kind concern for me While my life and my health shall continue in hatover situation I play be it shall be my constant endeavor to Justify the favorable sentiments which you arc pleased to express of my conduct And may tho members of your so lety In America animated alope by tho pure spirit of Christianity and till conducting themselves as the althfiil subjects of our free government enjoy every temporal and spiritual felicity Upon the death of Washington eulogies were pronounced from every latholjc pulpit In tho United States and funeral services wore held In their respective churches on February 22 1800 In commemoration of WashingtonF A C IRELANDS APOSTLES The exodus of Irish priests to preach tho gospel on tho Continent ot Europe In tho seventh eighth and ninth centuries was a mostremark lblo movement and 1f any Instance wanted or any evidence re uired as to tho capability of Irish zeal to spread the gospel were need edthi long list of Irish saints who found their way to the capitals of Very country In Europe at that early age should carry conviction to the most unbelieving Only to mention afewot thee most famous of those i J arned missionaries what do we flnd1 5iltOaU the apostle of Switzer land St CplumbanuB apostle of lurgundr and Lombardy itt KiJ ilL 4- Ck 0 If 1r WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give Thin Office Your Next Order of the still drawn this under the were t Han apostle of Franconla St Cat aldus Bishop of Tarento in South Italy St Rumbold apostlo of Bra bant St Fiacre apostle of Paris and Its neighborhood St Virglllus FergalDlshopNorth Tyrol not to mention St Aldan apostlo of NorthumbrIa St Columbklll apostle of tho Plots St Adamnan Abbot of lona In North and South Britain while an army of holy womenSt Brlgld St Sani than St Dymphna St Syra St Mon ica St Itsat home and abroad with the zeal and tho love of God In their hearts went out from their natlvo land to teach and preach the gospel found convents and monasteries and seats of learning and give their lives to tho service of their religion and their God HOW OCONNELL WON When tho great tribune Daniel OConneoll was qulto a young man and starting on his Parliamentary career he stood for a small western constituency Ho was opposed by an trimwollsotupgether wo would now consider him almost a piece of machinery When the polling day came and both candidates wore standing on a platform at tho placo whero the voting was taken tho English gentleman stood forward to address the voters and he told them that he had visited tho estate of Dan OConnells father and ho described In n graphic way tho cottages of the working people In which ho said there wero few panes of glass In the windows and cottages not up to the mark Young OCon nell replied He said this gentleman front the slums of an English town does not know the blessings we derive from the breezes of tho Atlantic ocean there is health in them and sickness is all driven away and 1 tell you one thing my friends that before Im done with him hell have moro pains in his stomach than ho InYta1htkeG ndnt71 eye on him how he will quail be fore the question Ill ask him how hell evade an answer Then Dan turned to the Englishman and said Who killed tho washerwoman Looking confused tho Englishmanq asked what washerwoman Now said Dan he can not answer this question ho hesitates and can not reply The crowd yelled Who killed the washerwoman The Eng lishman looked more confused as ho k heard from all sides tho cry Who killed tho washerwoman What washerwoman ho said You see boys he cant answer Go home sir said Dan to the candidate and explain to that womans husband and family who killed tho washerwoman By this time there was w such an uproar among tho crowd that not a word could be heard The Englishman got into tho background ind vanished from the platform ind every time he appeared in the own afterward he was hailed with the cryWho killed tho washer vomantill ho vanished from tho own Thus in old times an Irish election was won Needless to say 4 hero was no washerwoman NDEPENDENCE DECLARATION Hero Is a matter of Information for chool children as well as the grownup people Do you know how many signatures there were to the Declar tion of Independence There were iftyslx OC these twentysix were awyers eight merchants six phys- Icians one planter six farmers one printer ono soldier one surveyor two statesmen ono general one min- Ister and ono shoemaker The old cst of tho signers at the time of sign ng was Benjamin Franklin the printer Ho was seventy years of 1ge Tho youngest were Thomas ynch Jr and Edward Rutlodgo both of whom wero lawyers and ach ot them was twentyseven years ot age Three of the signers wero born in Ireland ono In England ono Vales and two in Scotland All of tho others wero born in America The last surviving member of those who signed the Declaration of Indo lendenco was Charles Carroll of Car ollton who died November 14 1832 god ninetytwo years Two of the igners John Adams and Thomas efferson died on the same day IJulY 4 1826 exactly fifty years from the day they signed tho Declaration otI Independence ICROSS ANCIENT RELIC rt IIn a small cemetery near the an rclent abbey and round tower of Mon storbolco not far from Drogheda Ist a cross about eighteen feet high otr stone and said tohavob enntfr- om Rome and erected ages ago by order of tho Pope It is called St loynos Cross and Is considered the lost ancient religious relic now in Ireland Numerous devices are carved on It and an Inscription 10- old Irish characters refers to Mar d self the King of Ireland who died 1534 The round tower neat It Isl 10 feet high with a clreuHiterance fr fiftyone feet The talia are early four feet thick 1 J T7T 11 D J it n mJ a I 0 u t I3IfirtITC BY IRISH A r11 RICANr iu BIO LINE OF St Patricks Postals Easter Cards and Postals Booklets Etc Exclusive Designs New Line Lenten Readings and Devotional Books ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418W JEEFERSON ST Oldestt Kenluciy Home of Church Goods MONUMENTSr We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and r J which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give ua a call at our warerooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoin MonumentCo SAVES THE RUB THE EASY CLEAN EASY 25 WAY 4 Simply Stir the Clothes Ten Minutes = i Ii a uS WITII o SOAP LOUISVILLE SOAP OMPAMY OratedL- OUISVILLE KENTUCKY uud TWO POPULAR SENATORS FROM LOUISVILLE KNIGHTSAML L ROBERTSON CHARLES H Have Accomplished Much Good For State Legislation in the Upper House at Frankfort These two Jefferson County Representatives C = r == C I Iuc = c c ae +I =c== = GREETINGSH FROM THE yfN ION NATIONAL I- ot4 BANK1V CAPITAL SURPLUS ETC f MORE THAN ONE MILLION DOLLARS r Right in Heart of City INTERSOUTHERN LIFE BLDG Fifth and Jefferson Street H a j 1 I i I HH i SH S + I + s +++ HrH+20 + + oSHt ++ f+lJ- ii ON ST PATRICKS DAY AND ALL OTHER DAYS J p 1 1S I IIEAT NICKS BREAD I 1r t f Because Its Best of H 11 It 20 t tIt + + t I t rot +HoIt t oK ot + UH + + + HH Home Phone City 3101 Cumb Phone South 966 Dougherty Lanning Coal Company INCORPORATED YARDS and OFFICE Fifteenth and Magnolia NHNeHIN1 rNNINfNNNNIN N N NN NN GARVEYS CAFEINCOItPORATIiDt 1D B GAKVKY sxneSS Lf en Lunch 11 A M TO Z P M t I lHOME PhCONK CITY 27O1 i I ONE GREAT DAY I I The feast day of St Patrick tlo I Apostle of Ireland will be celebrated I next Tuesday with pomp and solem nlty at St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market The early ma will be saId as usual but at 8 oclocl a solemn high mass in honor of Erins patron saint will be celebrat ed at which a large class of little children will receive their first holy communion from the hands of their pastor the Very Rev Father Cri nln V G In the evening at 73 oclock Right Rev Bishop ODonag hue will administer the sacrament Of confirmation after which the Rev Father Cleary of the Dominica mission band will deliver the pane gyric on the Apostle of Ireland Tha choir will discourse choice selections of sacred music appropriate to the occasion the organist rendering Ire- lands national hymn The ceremonies will come to a close by sol emn benediction of tho most blessed sacrament This Is always a gret t day for the people of St Patrick parish who delight to show their love and gratitude to the apostle wh brought the true faith to Erin JUDGE W II SMITH Few Judges or lawyers have had the years of varied experience at Judge William B Smith Judgo of tho Fourth division Common Pleas branch of the Jeffersop Circuit Court his long experience In both the United States and Circuit Courts giving him a wide reputation Judge Smith Is a native of Christian county educated in the public to schools of Mayfield and graduate from the Louisville Law School with the degree of Bachelor of Laws He practiced law in Mayfield becoming Commonwealths Attorney of Graves f county where ho obtained wide famo as a public prosecutor He also represented Graves county in the General Assembly Afterward locating herd he became Assistant District Attorney for this Federal llstrlct later being appointed United States District Attorney After the change in administrations owing to hsslgnal ability he was appointed as Special united States District Attorney for a period of eighteen months and when an extra Judgeship was created by the legislature 19 was appointed by Gbv McCreary to fill the off Ice which he now holds being elected by the people at the following election November i l UTh Judge 1Jla a sterling Democrat in politics and Is a cam lalgner of the olds school being ip great dem Jidaaallpeaker In both Weal and national campaigns haying aL knack of finding the weak spots in the nemY1g1Jmenlwlllchh fasiways able fo riddle with telllnt effect i 11 UIIUouA mcdUTT With the redecorating or the iin tenor and other improYetnentH being- made at 8t JTobno church Clay and Wainni Rev Father Schnhnunn Wilt obnrehsoyI ST PATRICKS DAY- CELEBRATION Macauleys Theatre Sunday Mar 15 AUSPICES OF Ancient Order of Hibernians y Address V by LleutGov E J McDermott and Splendid Musical Program Curtain Rises at 815 Tickets 25 Cents folding Will probably be taken today When completed tho plllioutII supporting tho gallery will be ed to correspond to thoso throughI the nave and the entrance and vei tigulo will be changed IRELANDS FAITH It has braved the storms of ages Withstood the test of time And It gems our historys pages Still hallowed and sublime- It has beamed across tho ocean It has brightened many a strand With Its heartfelt deep devotion The faith of our dear land For over fourteen hundred years Did not its luster dim Christs faithV despite the pagan sneers Shines strongly still through Him Though pirates came from lands afaT To waste with flaming brand They failed to chain to slaverys car The faith of our dear land Through nIl tho dark vicissitudes- Of Erins stormy days How oft the atheist intrudes To quench our faiths bright rays In vain in vain St Patricks raid Though oft times basely banner Glows changeless yet It knows not death The faith of our dear land r By the Hlndoos sacred river And on Australias soil rn our Kaffir kralls mongst fever Our missionaries toll In every clime from east to west They teach sublimely grand Theone true faith with fbndes zeal The faith of ourdear land BrIght holy faith of Columkllle The faith Of pure St Bride It shines transcendant with us still In glory undetiled lack Cromwoll failed the Souper failed They murdered starved and planned Dut ohi thank God wo never forsook The fath of our dear land line on ohs peerless faith shine on You are our beacon star Bull lead ua when lifes sands are run- Triumphant oer thebar fo anchor by St Patricks aide By heavenly breeze fanned Well done hell say you neer de WJ p The faith of our dear land Brlta McBride LKNTBN MISSION ThertY Fathers Mattlsgly and egenzer noted Hedemptprlit rule nariea Will conduct ajLenten fall Ion at 8fc Mary Magdalen ehuroh 15 South Brook street opening piJ1 nday NbUand continuing 0 sleeks The hours and order of nrtcea will be announced liter Fatbe1l Hattingiy and Pregenm are eloqueatt and forceful preache- rsada fcaunro throughout the JUDGE WALTER LINCOLN Among our local Judges and one who stands high in the legal profession is Judge Walter P Lincoln Judge of tho Common Pleas branch of tho Jefferson Circuit Court this opinion being shared by his fellow attorneys and his legal decisions JudgeIt ing born in 1857 and In his youth read law down at Henderson under tho Instruction of James F Clay who was one of the most brllllan lawyers In his day On the comple tion of his studies Judge Lincoln was admitted to the bar in 1878 For many years ho was a partner lathe firm of Lieber Lincoln con tinuous until tho time of his election to tho bench in 1910 but previous to this had served as Judge of the Jefferson County Court by appoint ment of Gov Beckham in 1897 Judge Lincoln is a member of the Jefferson County Jar Association and the local council Knights of 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Boston not Belfast or Dublin is nowI the greatest Irish city in the world and the overwhelming majority of Irishmen who have risen to place of distinction have done so under the Stars and Stripes The historian who shall do full justice to the Irish bUs not yet appeared The truth la they have contributed their share ofI leaders and pioneers in almost every line of progress At least seven of our Presidents have had more or less Irish blood In their veins McKin ley was fond of saying We Irish Roosevelt also has several Hibernian twigs on his family tree This is an amazing record of Cetllc leadership to have helped to mold the characte of seven American Presidents- InI the making of America the Irish have been structural In the clear- Ing of forests the digging of canals the building of railroads and the extension of commerce our civilization owes a great debt to Irish hands and Irish heads If the handiwork of the Irish were painted green tho average I American pity would be splashed on all sides with emerald hues A New Yorker for example may rise in the morning bathe in water that come from the Croton dam built by James Coleman exPresident of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick break fast on Cudahy bacon then take the subway built by Johns McDonald past the new College of the City of New York built by Thomas Dwyer to his office in a skyscraper built by John D Crimmins where he will cable to Alaska over a line mall by David Lynch to order certaIn freight sent via James J Hills Grea Northern railroad Then with a cigar bought from one of George J Whelans 300 cigar stores he wil read the New York Sun published by William M Laffan and delivered by the American News Com pany founded by Patrick Farrelly and remark to an English friend IYes of course this is an Anglo Saxon country- When Clarke wrote his famous poem on Kelly and Burke and Shea it was supposed to be a poetic fancy On the contrary it Is n simple matter of American history hat the Kelly the Burkes and the Sheas have been to the fore in every eneration They were all there In- Ithe battle of Lexington as well as the death list of the Maine When KellyIanger William Darrah Kelly Philadelphia was a Congressman for nearly thirty years Hall Jackson Celly was the founder of Oregon The late Eugene Kelly the New fork banker won renown as a philanthropIst Among the living members of this family James E Kelly Is a well known electrical en lneer The Kelly Axe Company has INDULGENCES The doctrine and practice of the IndulIences is a matter airly well educated Catholics have ften very happy ideas Many of the ovations performed by the faithful have been enriched by the church with these spiritual privileges We rfIndfor instance that certain pray ers have received an indulgence of forty days or seven years or in ome cases a plenary indulgenceI and a largo number of Catholics will fulfill the prescribed conditions andI gaJn the indulgence without having a very clear idea of what they are doing I And when we go outside tho Catholic church what astounding j Ignorance wo encounter I No Catholic teaching has been so persistently unrepresented by nonCatholic writers Even In the works of menI oC reputed scholarship particularly when the subject is the socalled teformation and the causes which led up to it we find the grossest rrors and we may well wonder how tho authors can have the ef rontery to pose as authorities when they do not even know the meaning ot the terms they use The average ssayist generally assails this matter of Indulgences with Intense blt erness He will tell us that tho strenuous and virtuous Luther who I I hardlyIgainst Papal decrees gave cull forgiveness of sin to those who paid for it that the indulgences ranted by Leq X were a license to commit sin that the Roman power In the sixteenth century was I proIsure the pardon of all past and future sins no matter how grievous they might bo Such are the state ienta gravely set forth by hl- slorlansand every word of them Is a falsehood For Catholics who understand the teachingS of the church on thisl im ortant doctrine there la hardly any thing which lIB a greater incentive to- tho performance olgoodworkaO- nce the neceMlty of satisfying God forour tins In appreciated the value otlildUlgence UB with rn ore than inaforce Tha lurch desirous of en l hlngthe ilthful from the spiritual treasury b Bqueathed to her by bur blessed Lrd and from the taerlt of the ilAt1 and knowing that all the me1DlJr ol the kingdom of Christ oaiti Maitt one an6ther before God l neroMty grants her favors to Uaon wbo stow the prayer lIp I ja fiftyacre plant In West Virginia and William Kelly whose Invention has added hundreds of millions to the wealth of the steel industry- In the Burke family three herolo figures appear In the first chapter of our Revolutionary history Thorni Burke the first Governor of North Carolina Adamus Burke Chancels of South Carolina and John Daly Burke liistorlan patriot and duelis All three were fighters with pen an sword who made an Indelible mar on the Southern State a century ago In 1872 when Froude cast Bome aspersions upon the Irish it wall Father Thomas Burke who fougl against him And at the preset time we have Burkes enough in tho United States to fill a Burkes Peerage of their own There are two Bishops who bear the famou name at Albany and St Joseph one Brigadier General in Oregon one Congressman in South Dakota a railroad President at Cleveland and a Judge at Seattle I As for the Sheas at least four ot them have worked their way to front Gen John Shea who won theII laurels in the Revolution Daniel Shays who first fought at Bunker Hill George A Shea an emlnent Chief Justice of New York and John Gllmary Shea the historian of the Catholic church in the United States In the American business world of today a large proportion of the solid menthe men who stand like pillars under the heavy burdenare of Irish blood Most conspicuous call stands the financier Thomas Fortune Ryan He te one of the greatest masters of financial states manshlp In a different field stands James J Hill born in Canada DC Irish parents He is the creditor oC the Northwest the railway builder who has opened up a territory equal to a couple of Germanys the steam ship builder who has linked Amerlc with the markets of the East Another New Yorker Is Alexander E Orr who was nineteen years old before he had seen any other country than Ireland As a President ot large commercial bodies he has few equals For nearly fifty years he has stood under the heaviest responsibilities and was chosen because of his ability and uprightness to pre side over the immense interests ol the New York Life Insurance Company If we speak of great Irish bankers where is there a large American city without one In Pittsburgh where there are a score of banks bulging with steel millions the dean of the financial fraternity Is Thomas Mellon In New York there are three at least who are too prominent to miss Thomas M Mulrey President of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Dank Myles OBrien and Samuel Dayno who organized national banks In seven States Other weighty business men are John Flannery theI Savannah cotton king Thomas F Walsh of Washington John D 3rlmmlns the contractor who has aors by obediently fulfilling tho ondltlons laid down for the gaining DC the indulgences she Imparts To be solicitous about satisfying Gods justice is a sign of predestination To be eager to make amends as far as it lies in our power to Him whom we have offended Is an Indication of a desire to fulfill his law For these reasons if for no others Catholics should gain for them elves and for the departed as many ot the indulgences of the church as possible In order that they may nsure their own salvation and assist he departed with whom they are till in communion AN IRISH TUNE Yell you listen to the laugh of it Gushing from the fiddle Sores the fun in halt of it Than een an Irish riddle Sure its not a fiddlers bow Thats making sport so merry Its just the fairies laughing soI heard them oft In Kerry VI U you listen to the step of it Faith that tunes a daisy Just the very laep of It Wbuld make tho feet unaisy told your tongues ye noisy rogues And stop your giddy prancing ts mo can hear the weeshee brogues Of Irfsh fairies dancing Vlll you listen to the tune of it Sweeter than the honey- d rather hoar the croon of it Than get a misers money Sure my son it makes me cry But dont play any other May God bo with the days gone by I danced it with your mother Hugh F Blunt NIGHT OF TilE BIG WIND Tho night of the big wind in Ireland was January C 1839 Onus date a hurricane swept the Island doing ImmJn edamageand followed by potato rot and famine In which many starved to death and thousands emigrated to escape a Ike fate It was caused as any rishman can tell you by the fairies On the preceding night January 5 1839 the feast of StCeara which i the night the lallres hold high revel violent disputes arose among the prominent fairy leaders and ext night meet of the fairy host left the Green Isle never to return The hurricane was caused by their Ings and the night is still referred toI ln Ireland Mi i the night of the lg wind while the subsequent mis- Irtuneswere attributed to oarelMe blond naming the good eo pl n w added four hundred buildings to New York Patrick F Murphy President of the Mark Cross Company and well known In New York as an alto dinner speaker Many of the most distinguished Judges have been of Irish blood Among the nine Justices of the Supreme Court of the United State two are Irish by descent Chie Justice Edward D White and Justice Joseph McKennn In New York we find six Judges who are of unusua prominenceWhat Irish have done f6ir America in education would need ia small book in itself To John Tyndall the notable Irish scientist tho United States owes a double debt as he not only delivered a course of lectures here In 1872 but devote the proceeds to the causo of scientific research in America It wouuldI be a sin of omission at this point not to mention the thousands of young women of Irish birth or parentage who are doing faithful wort as school teachers in all parts of the United States away our Irish orators and 1Tako and this would be a dumb and cheerless country Indeed Here for Instance is an offhand list of Irish writers past and pres ent Capt Mayne Reid John Boyle OReilly Ignatius Donnelly Patrick Walsh James Jeffrey Roche Patrick Donahue P F Collier and Dr James Walsh The power of expression which Is typical of the Irish race rises frequently to the heights of art The Goddess of Liberty on the dome ol the Capitol at Washington was chisseled by the hands of Thomas Crawford whose son is the well known novelist F Marion Crawford It is to Dublin we aro indebted for St Gaudens Victor Herbert Patrick S Gilmore and John Mc Cormack In the religious world we find many noted Irish names Car dinals Gibbons Farley and OCon nell and Archbishops Ireland Keane and Ryan No history of the Revolution is complete without its Irish chapter In 1776 many of the signers of the Declaration of Inde pendence were Irish When the civil war put American manhood to the test the Irish were everywhere That the Irish have been in poll tics goes without saying and no Irishman will ever allow the fact toI be forgotten that James G Blaine ono of the greatest figures in allI merlcan political history was of Irish descent The late Patrick A Collins Congressman Consul Gen jral and Mayor of Boston for years vas the foremost Irishman in New England Nothing can be more absurd than to speak of the Irish as newcomers In America No one but a resur ected moundbuilder would be en Itled to do that For the last housand years or more whenever here has been any great enterprise on foot in the thick of things there lave always been men with the hamrock In their hearts Katherlne V Murley MYSTIC ROSARY The Mysteries of the Rosary focus mind and heart upon some event of JOY sorrow or glory in the life of Jesus There is a vocal element of rayer which to tho heart that loves Is less a distraction towards the lower needs of the fancy or the finger than a Jacobs ladder to lead the climbing set heavenward towards the stars A great speaker toys with the trink ets on his chain in a paradoxical ef ort to concentrate his mind on things of the mind When Elijah sought the gift of prophesy he besought them to bring him a minstrel And when the minstrel played the hand of the Lord ame upon him He found Inspiration where you an4 I gentle reader would find only distraction Thus the vocall and tho manual part of the osary the mere tolling and tallying the beads has its effect in engaging onguo and hand with those lesser ctlvltles which leave the spirit free to soarMoreover the bidding of the Aves lays a mystic part in focussing tho soul on its Saviour They determine how long the soul shall bo focussed It is not a mere intstantaneous impression it Is a time exposure By a delicacy of divine art the l sngth of time during which mind and heart shall rest on God Is measured not by the movement of a hand round a dial nor yet by the movement of too earth round tho sun but by the circling of beads through ands that pray and the wreathing of aters and Aves by lips that love Whilst the Pater and Its attendant train of Aves move gently between the fingers and through the lips the soul Is resting In its thought otrJesus Then when the Aves ease and a certain fullness of time has come one mystery of Jesus life ives place tc another as wave tol- lows wavo on tho deep and rhythm folloWs rhythm In the songs men sing Even thus the prayers said on the lips and the thoughts overflowing silently In the heart in their rhythmic movement of speech and silence otmystery and following mystery come by the fullness of their time and rhythm a song of songs made to Him whom heavens glee slngers ire with carols to the Yale of Tears V4ncentlilcNabbpiP DEPi1IOI1QOEAN Scientistsl have found fiftysix area In the ocean where the water lc more than three miles deep ten herejt exceed four miles and four or8the bottom is more than five horn down f 1r Irt rY-Y C L L + IIJ +JuI + Jooll + 111111 111 lrH 11 I 51 S I 1 + 1IizlhFie A FACT That this bank has enjoyed steady and unretarded growth is evidence conclusive it possesses excellent equipment superior facilities and capable management RESOURCES OVER 500000000 Savings department paying 3 per cent Safety Vault Boxes 300 andup U S Government Supervision United States Depository Banking House Since 1835 CIA Testimony of Permanency SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK 322 WEST MAIN STREET I ALBERT S RICE President IT THIEMAN Cashier 1111t IIIII1 UH Utlllllill II I J lUll U It III t IIII t I i Telephone 518 or 584WEsHIPTOALLRRsTATIONs i BlrtMay or Anniver sary Bricks Cut 20 or 24 slices to each gallon F17l III III l Number Set ID Brick occasions E Cuscadens Ice Cream I Has Pleased the People I IForI Forty Years Ii iFACTORYi S SECOND STREET 443 S S3x5 4 + 4+S44 444 t+a +Sx +e Naxm sea ss L H HUDSON President C H WUL KOP 1 and Vieepresidentl II STOCK YARDS 10000000I BANK i I iiCAPITAL STOCK SURPLUS 6500000 i iiDIRECTORS TRANSAcT A GENERAL L H Hudson W SamILogaDBANKING BUSINESS i G W Embry C McCandle Accounts of individuals Firms and Car I C H Wu kop W L Kenneth porationi Solicited Interest AHowd B S Mattingly J F Oertel sson Time DcPollt- Si c W Stocker i COR MAIN AND JOUNSON STS LOUISVILLE KY- SNStiSSNSSIASSNWNSIiNSSSSSSiiKOSS1S1S6SSSNS64SNSVKSSSlSNN1 Z lII 1 The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a Urns whee your LAST DOLLAK mast be spent for somethlag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the r deflate you are wasting might keep that hard Urns from ever cetaiag Ky Title Savings Batik and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Dally Until 3 pft1 Saturdays Until 7 p in r I k r r SAVE PART r OF YOUR INCOME la a good habit and ono that should be cultivated by all careful and prudent persons but tho fact that the comfort of your wife and children is dependent on your earning capacity 1o ldliblbe overlooked and this earning capacity should be Insured for their benefit The Participating Income Bond Policy Affords Ideal protection In that It provJd- eFlrstA prompt payment of the amount of the policy In the event of deat- hSecondIf totally and permanently disabled and your ability to is destroyed tho company without costearn a living for your family to you will keep up your Insurance or will pay the amount of the policy to you in ten equal annual Installments ThirdShould you live to be seventy 70 years old the amount of the policy will be paid you In cash thus protecting you against poverty and want in old a- goCommonwealth t Life Insurance Company i nOME OFFICE Commonwealth Building 106110 S Fifth St LOUISVILLE KY J D Powers President Caldwell Norton First Vice President Powhatan Wooldridge Second Vice President Leo E Cralle Third Vice President I Smith Romans Assistant Secretary and Actuary L G Russell Manager Industrial Department Darwin W Johnson SecretaryTreasurer Burnett Batson Cary General Counsel Dr W F Blackford Medical Director EEtEerEEEerEEEf1EtEerE qq- tJ nl4telfaJOhn o CLY- t1 m 1 d n nI ttarner ntJalU 1JfJ 1- i1 jg T d tel tCJ JS1Renllv1 fBulldingeenler and Jefferson Sts m m Gn1 fIEfEErgtEeE1tEtEtEfE Q 4iS SNNtt6M1K IiBenIi 1 J LOUISVILLEi aw J NATIONAL BANKIN J COMPANY- CAPITiLLGU00000SURPLUS and PROFITS 10000006 j jjN E Cor Fifth and Market v e + wtvs a+ew- r M X H + u t t rr + 17xt TO BUY A HOME I 1 SEE JA MES B KELCOMPANYt L Y WITH tH BRAND FRAZIER i They buy and sell Real Estate Make leases l and take care of your property Make ap praisements and arrange for Auction sales Xyiaja ICELIS DO ITB- OTH I REALTY BUILDING PHONES H05 oHototrH + +I HH+++HUi4++iI3 3t 31 ofF 1 11 1 tH + + rrHoZ s George L Danforlh Emile Pragof Established 1854 u Danforth Co Agents r Fire Insurance t a Representing Over 50000000 Capital cN E Corner 3rd and Main BothtPh6nest99 t YOUR BUSINESS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED 2 + ++ F++4++++++4+ + ++ + + + + f1 + + ++++++++ H V HOME CITY 7658 HOT LUNCH JIM OBRIENI jy EIK i r Dl a AL N d N W CORl6TH AND KENTUCKY- r + tIf ittff+ + + t tft f ttti t+ f+ f t tYfr o ss- G 0 n- t I rJ n fei l 1 STEWART DRficoV sio1eMaa- a I wMM IN NXIKCTNM WntJUIES KcCflMY e4L MW HK Beautiful Apparel for You Childs First Communion or Confirmation Jl OMJII OSIai W joj IIU appropriate tb offer to and you appnrcl for the- great events In your childs life namely first conunun lon and continuation Rarely appropriate and lovely white fabrics and laces and em broideries for girls dresses tulle and brussels net for veils whlto gardening maidenhair ferns and lilies of tho valley for wreaths whlto shoes slippers and pumps white lisle silk and cottou gloves every variety of white and black stockings exquisite ribbons j In white Including the now bro caded molroIn a word every requirement for a girls first com i munlon or confirmation apparel will be found In the widest pos 2 sible variety affording practically unlimited opportunity for choice The loveliest laciest and most beautiful White Dresses in our childrens and juniors readyto wear department have also been brought on especially for first communion or confirmation wear view of the wide variety of ffIn it is impossible to give a ell description but wo would mention just a few Items First in our White Wash Goods Department which Is located on the second floor of our establish ment wo are showing the follow- Ing white materials prices for some doublewidth materials be ing as low as llc the yard Mercerized Chlflon 45 Inches wide por yard LOG 05c and 7Sc French Crepe 35 inches wide per yard LOc Voiles 40 inches wide iiWhite 100 and 125 Batiste 45 Inches wide SOc 05c and 75c I Klaxon 36 Inches wide yard Soc thoI Voile 38 inches wide the yard lOc Batiste 45 Inches the yard 25c Embroidered French Crepes in all the newest weaves and de signs 27 Inches wide the yard 100 125 and 150 Embroidered Voiles iri sheer lovely effects 27Jn ches wide yard 166 jI 125 and l5b 11tho French Crepes 44 inches the yard 05c LtiSS SNIN NV1 I B Within a short time Gov James B McQreary will start an actlvB canvass lor the Democratic nomina tion for United States Senator which election will take place next Aug ust and big splendid official rec rd In the past Iis s Jet mako lima formidable candidate and if nom inated Is reasonably sure to be elected when illis taken into con federation that in 1911 ha defeated the Republican candidate by 1000 EVENTS AT SIACIUN- II a Among thetreatB arranged for the members of Mackln Council this be the address of Attor tniOnthVUl E Walsh on Monday night will have + Malthusian for his BUbJeoti On the following Monday there will be a debate OH a live topic by tems eiekited Prom t9younger members Rev Bretkir- g JaBfIfOr iit2Ravlers Coll v kap c 1 1 l It f A irAj The New Ribbons liLt iJ li AlIjJ4I In the matter of Ribbons so necessary for tho girdles sashes bows and other trimmings we mention onlY a few of ails new ones to bo found In onr Rlbboii Department on tho main floor Brocaded Moire Tinclies wider0 the yard LOc y t Taffeta 5 4 Inches wide the yard 23c I I Satin JIcsalln6 G V5 inches wide tho yafdnOc Brocaded Moire 44 Inches wide the yard 29c J i Grosgrain Gth incline wide l the yard 50c Softfinished Satinlathesw- ide the yard 85c I New FOQ wear and Gloves f Especially suitable for wear for first communion and confirmation are the White Sea Island buck Anklestrap Pumps In misses sizes lit to 2 Rt200 per pair and In childrens sizes 8Jth to 11 at 175 per pair For those who v prefer black footwear wo would mention our Special Stewart Quality High Shoes mado Iin button style of patent colta shoe that Is very approptrate hv misses sizes 11 4a to 2 at 250 and 350 r p Whore low shoes are preferred we would suggest our Anklestrap Pumps naturaifshapo lasts at the following prices Misses sizes 11W to 2 2LOperpair chile drriRshes 8io ilat 200 Orthopedic lasts featured exclu lively on all footwear lor growing feet NNNINM1SSbKti trVNO NKSN4N = COAL JASffiS MCREAUY 1 majority overcoming a Republican majority of 18000 the four years previous This remarkable when It Is considered that Woodrow Wilson only carried the State by 1300 majority over the Taft and Roost volt vote combined in 1912 Gov M6Crearys long training In public affairs gives him full knowledge of the needs of Kentucky and the country at largo his long experience In nationall llegislation enabling him to render good and efficient service accepted an Invitation to address the council on Monday March 30 ItIs unnecessary to gay that his talk will be1 most Interesting and for the benefit of all the members SEnyiqBs AT ST MICHAELS Rev UntC bhnor pastor df tlI1chaelsihurlh on Brook Street 8 MarkeC the onlyohurett In this section of I the countrypogseeesu u- X y f t Iii the matter of Gloves wo men tion only a few of our excellent values We are showing Two clasp White Clmniolsctte Gloves for girls and misses in sizes 0 to 7 at 25c the pair Girls and Misses White Silk Twoclasp Gloves sizes 3 to T at uOc tho pair Iou quetairc GlOSfor girls and misses sizes 3 to7 at OOc the pairy Twoclasp White Kid Gloves forii girls and misses at 100 Gloves for ysII For boys we are showing one Clasp excellent quality Lisle Gloves sizes 4 to 7 at 25c Boy kid Gloves at 100 tho pair Especially Selected Childrens Stockings French Ribbed White I Lisle Oc Stockings the pair 35c and Childrens White Knickerbocker i Stockings at 25c and 35c- Childrens White and Black I Silk Stockings 6 inches to 9 Inches 100ii Childrens White and BlackiiSilk Lisle Stockings to Inches tho pair 50- cBeautiful i 1 Veils i isitoi two specials in white tulle ono piece two yards wide at Srie a yard and the other three yards r wide at 150 Also several beautiful varieties i of Brussels tact each two yards i wide at tho following prices per r yard OOc 83c 150 and 175 Forte Wreath s White Gardenia with I bud And foliage are only iOeii each Lilies of tho Valley with foliage hoc per spray Maidenhair Fern 25c per spray Roscleaf Sprays large or small 25c per sprayII rNNNi14K WlII I a relic of St Patrick has arranged for impressive and lieautltul services for next Tuesday night In honor of Irelands patron saint There will be vespers and benediction with music by an augmented choir and the Rev J J Fitzgerald of High land Park will come to the city to deliver the panegyric which will be well worth hearing During the services the relic of St Patrick will be exhibited and this will attract many Father OConnor extends a cordial invitation to the public to visit St Michaels that evening JUDGE QUAULES Hon James Quarles Judge of the iChancery branch of the First divis ion Jefferson Circuit Court al though on the bench only a short tlme has made quite a reputation as a jurist and is held in the highest esteem by his follow lawyers and the public In general Judge Quarles Is a native of Lexington Missouri be ing born in 1868 and Is a graduate of the Law School of Washington and Lee University Judge Quarles is a staunch Democrat In politics being a believer In the Jeffersonian doctrine and is considered one of tho strongest assets in the local Democratic party i BUILDS FINE CHURCH The Rev Father La Plant O P who left St Louis Bertrands about a year ago for Houston Texas has been very successful in his now field Soon after arriving in Houston Father La Plant organized a new parish the firs mass for which was celebrated by Bishop Gallagher Last April he began the erection ofahandsome church which basal ready been dedicated The new edi flee ifa tho first one under the Domin- Ican order in the Lone Star State and is known as the Church ot the Hpfy Rosary POPE PRAISES GAME After granting an audience to the baseball teams who ire homo from a tour of the world Pop Plus said to Cardinal Bisleti that he wished all the Latin countries would adopt the American national game and waste nOImorejJinontbe tango He praised open air health games to strengthen the body and advised the ball players to follow religious prac tices to strengthen the soul WIFE DID BOTH Why are you wearing that string in your finger My wife pl itd1tthareso tt wouldnt forget to mall Tier letter Well aidjyoii mall it v roilhe forgot to give It to me C U t 9l3ri hvr SN i Zf j7 tV 5 I- e iJi = 1 i Tin Home of Good- Furniture 07JRAFFO W A Square- Deal I I FURNITURE We the New City For Your Sick and then Schools For Your Children Whv Not Let Us Your Home1 The LargestAssort Assortment of- Furniture in- Louisville M 426 and S LiberalTerms Furnished Hospital Furnish If you- doubt our come in and you beC- OHVIHCEU r S M Cheap Medium CEAD HorroIErins RAFFO Market Statement will stII I 1I 4aa Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company r Capital 2000000 Surplus 600000 Thoroughly equipped for efficient courteousXand trustworthy 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II + 1111 I SULLIVAN BRACH CAFE and- RESTAURANT 427 W Market St Louisville Ky t J J uJ J I J J I JooI HJi I It J Ii I S zU+I tCJ J 1 Z 1 I J Ii S U Jr- I MONEY ADVANCED- ON YOUR PLAIN NOTE Globe Security and Loan Co I INCORPORATED A LAZAR Manager HOME PHONE CITY 2907 S E Corner Fourth and Market Sts Second Floor Entrance 205 South Fourth St kV 1 RBER6lII j Daily Market Staple and Fancy II- ii GroceriesII IIHome PhojiB 2216 801 S 7th Car Yorki t H4ot + + 50 ++++++14++++++ + 11 oJ1o iji JOHN M CONWAY i it- o i Grocery and Cafe fit- o t- oHOlneI Phone City 131U i+ + J800 West St Catherine Street I HK+t t4 + toJtot ++ + t+ f++ ofi + H4+H KELLERS GROCERY WHE- REKWALITY KOUNTS FIRST CLASS FRESH MEATS Phone 3266 16th AND WALNUT STREET James J Brown DEALER IN r+ Fine Wines and Oldn Kentucky Whiskev Naar Poke1Ii1 tE Cur 18th mo Hfcfr ltii n 4Jy FAIR PLAY 1 That Is All That the Catholics IoC Tills Country Would Obtain Blind and Hideous Arc the Fig ures oflrejndlceandBlg American Love of Justice Will See the Churcch Fairly rrcn tClII WHERE THE FAULT NOW LIES If there be anything that charac terizes the American people It is their love of justice This nation writes J V Donovan is the child of that love We were made a nation by the War of Independence which was nothing more than a supreme effort to take for ourselves what England would not glvejustlceI With our infant strength Ih the war of 1812 we made sure that England would not again deprive us of our prize The civil war at least so far as Its object was to free the slave was a magnificent proof of our love of justice And coming nearer to the present we have only to recall the war with Spain not 89 many years ago when again the American love of fair play was made evident With such noble efforts on behalf of justice to our credit something IB wrong somewhere when today Americans allow themselves to be made the victims of ignorance prejudice bigotry and selfdelusion I to the detriment of justice None of us of course are supposed to be allknowing ignorance in some things Is excusable But that In this day there should be Ignorance of the rankest order concerning the grandest Institution the world has ever known seems queer How can anyone who professes to bo n broadminded educated American remain blissfully ignorant of theI teachings of the church in this the day of the press Any one who wants to has every opportunity to make good this mental deficiency Literature explaining Catholic belief Is more than plentiful and willing teachers can ever be found by a man or woman who Is sincere in his or her search for knowledge The two great reasons for tho lack of knowledge on Catholic sub jects are prejudice and bigotry Training environment and often the natural inclination of mind render the nonCatholic American people anything but fairminded In regard to Catholic affairs Of qourse that they should have been brought up in an atmosphere that was not ex tensive enough to include Catholicity Is not their fault The fault lies In the fact that despite their continual Intercourse with Catholics despite the many opportunities afforded to Inform themselves on Catholic sub jects they live on obstinately in their diseased state of mind How often do not those who have re ceived a gleam of light confess the ridiculous and sometimes horrible things they had been taught concern ing the church How touching their surprise at learning the truth For years they had been held back from the truth only by the villainous clutches of prejudice and bigotry We had thought or at least tried to convince ourselves that the much talkedof enlightenment of the twen tieth century and the broadminded spirit of the American people had put an end to the days wherein these twin evils ran rampant But too well do wo know differently now The hidden things have been brought to light the Idtent prejudice and bigotry have been reawakened And it has taken unmentionable publica i pagesihave really the a service if In nOother way than to show her that work as great as any that awaltqd her In earlier ages re mains for her to do here The flash of light though it be of brimstone los reveaield the glitter of Amer- Icas gold and in the shadow as dark and hideous as ever we be hold tho figures of blind prejudice and bigotry Tile victims of this blindness have not been struck by the glare of tile sun of too much knowledge they have yet to como from the shadows Into the light of knowledge The great obstacle in the way of their coming to this light Is their conviction that they and they only are broadminded Such selfsatis faction is bard to contend with And no one is quite so hopeless as the man who deludes himself into believing ho is something ho is not That Is why it Is more or less like knocking ones head against a stone wall as to attempt to explain or prove something Catholic to many of our nonCatholics Because they are Ignorant of Catholic teachings and practices and because they can not understand them when explained they must take to tolerant YZ In dulgent smiles They can readily comprehend one of their own going to a foreign land as a missionary Yet when Jt is the question of a Catholic young man or woman volun tarily giving a life service to God they must needs complain of the overbearing cruelty of the church This Is their broadmindedness Yet they would have us broadminded It they be broadminded narrowness were a blessing Fortunately America atlll pos lessee men and women whose breadth of mind extends beyond their own cliques and Ideas Thedet representative Americans will not permit themselves to be enchained inI the fetters pt ignorance prejudice bigotry and selfdelusion Their American spirit Is not that of the fanatic mob butotUioool judiciall man of fair play It la to him thus article hss been written 1n the hop i that bib American love of Justio bei j ing rouged he will MM tOlt that it braI iv trrl 114 N j SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O Iii- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas Tarpy k Vice President 1lIenry McDer mott Recording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial Secretary Joseph Far rellTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning I hamSenUnelThomas Hannon DIVISION q Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Doughert- ySergeantatArms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays IIPresldentJohnII t Recording Secretary John J t ItFinancialIt 1 IeTreaaurerPatrlckIe t SergenntatArms Thomas Far I rellSontlnelM I J McDermottII I Y ovr i J MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House J 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President = Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentinelF E Gratzer Executive Committee Frank Adams Charles Raldy William Link the Catholic church which has been such a power for good in this coun try will receive fair play That is all we askfair play AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic ills tory of America By James A Rooney March 16 1821Gen Peter John Sullivan born in Cork Ireland lawyer soldier served with dis tinction in Mexican and civil wars pronounced opponent of the Know nothings United States Minister to Colombia died at Cincinnati March March 16 2 1883II John B Rene S J second Prefect Apostolic of Alaska comprising 531409 square miles that make up that Territory and the Aleutian Islands he resigned in 1904 and was succeeded by the Very Rev Joseph R Crlmont S J 1 March 17 1780First official recog nition of St Patricks day by Washington at Morristown N JIas shown by letters in his order book still preserved thereII March 18 1901 Donahoe founder of the Boston Pilot and of Donahoos Magazine awarded the Laetare medal by University of Notro Damo in 1893 for signal service to Catholic i American progress born at 1I1un1 nery County Cavan Ireland on March 17 1811 March 19 1827Charles Bullard BosItontributor to the Boston Evening Gazette author of a volume of essays over the pen name ot k died in Paris September March seph 3 20 1859II Lazarlsts and VicarApostolic of Mississippi and Alabama trans ferred from the see of Tenagre to which he had been consecrated March 25 1824 as Coadjutor to Bishop Duburg to be the Are Bishop of St Louis and admin trator of New Orleans died at Rome September 25 1843 I March 21 1845 Lieut John T BroOkIIlynthe Darlen expedition of 1871 to j survey AtratoNaplpi route eXhaUStlvehlstorlca11lnd died at Atlantic City March 19 1900 MIRACULOUS BLACKTHORN It1s the blackthorn winter said the countryman to the weekender in explanatlonotwhat the latter considered the untimely cold And the blackthorns were certainly therein beautiful show to compensate for the bleak wind AtSt Patrice on the Loire they have two blackthorns which are associated with thet winter Legend tells how St Patrick rested beneath thase bushes at a hitter Christmas Urns and how they shook oft the snow and burst gratitudeI still come every winter to gather the bloMbms thatave never caused to appear at Christmas vi b h JI J ti 2L S rk 1 1 J f x t 4 BISHOP RESE First XntiAo German of Ameri can Hierarchy and 111s Labors Began ills York in the Diocese of Cincinnati Vlth Bishop Fcmrlck Induced Many German Priests to Enter the American Mission HE DID MUCH FOR EDUCATION It The Romance of tho Missions is ever written the scene of at least one charter could be laid nowhere bettor than In the great Catholic Northwest with Michigan as a center He who attempts It will l1ndI ready to his hand tales legends chronicles histories and relations verified by priceless documents whose records go back nearly two hundred years before the establishment ofI tho see of Detroit March 8 1833 as noted in our Catholic Chronology These records teem with stories of zeal and perseverence magnificent daring heroic suffering and theI martyrs crown to thrill and to In spire the lukewarm of today It was at Sault Ste Marie in 1642 that tho martyred Jogues then in the prime and vigor of his young priesthood with his fellow Jesuit Father Charles Raymbault planted the cross for the Chlppewas being tho first white men to stand on the shore of Lake Superior It was there in 1661 that Reno Menard won a martyrs death at the hands of the savages It was tho country evan gelized by Fathers Claudo Allouez Claude Dablon Louis Andre and Gabriel Drullettes and it was at Mlchillmackinac that Jacques Mar quette began his mission of St Ignatius where ho built the first chapel for white men In that vast regionDetroit herself will have part in the romance for from Fort St Joseph established in 1688 and the trading post of the Canadian Cath olic La Mothe Cadillac the later city sprang and her old Ste Annes onco the parish church of all Michi gan and most of Wisconsin served by Recollects and dedicated July 26 1701 the proCathedral of her first Bishop is the present Ste Annes six times rebuilt a record unique among the parishes of the United States It was here Father Levadoux labored for five years from 1796 to 1801 to be succeeded by that redoubtable Sulplclan Father Gabriel Richard a commanding figure in the develop ment of tIle country one of the founders of the University of tho State her representative in tho na tional Congress and who in his de votion to the cholera sufferers of 1832 fell a victim to his zeal dying of the disease September 13 that year Had he lived he would doubtless have been Detroits first Bishop which honor on tho erection of tho diocese by Gregory XVI March 8 1833 fell to tho Very Rev Frederic Rose of Cincinnati who having been n zealous missionary throughout the territory was thoroughly familiar with its needs Bishop Reso was born In Vlennen AsIbeing drafted for military service at the age of twentyfour he fought against the French as one of Bluch ors dragoons at Waterloo When the war was over he entered the propaganda at Rome and while thero 1he had the honor of serving the first massof John Mary Mastai Ferrietti a young priest who was ordained April 10 1819 and who afterwards governed tho Universal Church as Plus IX His own ordination took place in 1822 and three years after he offered his services to Bishop Fenwick and came to America to begin his labors In the diocese of Cincinnati He in duced many other Gorman priests to andIthrough his office the Leopoldlnen Stiftung an association that gave much financial support to the church In tho Far West was organized in Austria After eight years of mis sionary work ho was consecrated the Orst Bishop of Detroit by Bishop Rosatl of St Louis in St Peters Cathedral Cincinnati October C 1833 being the first Germanborn Bishop of the American hierarchy After attending the second provincial council of Baltimore on October 20 ho returned to Detroit and on January 7 1834 was Installed in Ste Annes old church which ho made his Cathedral and which he completed and beautified Ha at onco took up the duties of his epis copate that was to last less than three years but Into which ho crowded much missionary zeal Under his auspices academies were opened in Detroit and Green Bay the nucleus of a seminary was established a church edifice was purchased from tho Protestants which was dedicated as Holy Trinity Church Juno 14I 1835 for the German Catholics parishes Were organized a hospital was founded In Detroit during the cholera epidemic of 1834 where also St Philips College an orphan asylum Trinity Academy and a convent of the Sisters of Providence were some of the fruits of his labors I All this was not accomplished without affecting his health and early In 1837 he resigned and leav ing the diocese in charge of the Very Rev Ty S Badln and the Very Rev John Du Bruyri as VicarsGeneral ho sailed for Rome where heremnlned until the disorders of 1848 When be retired to Ills native diocese of Hlltleehelm Germany and died at Lappenburg December 19 1871 mBD THIS Bf merciful in your judgment you cant tall iow Boos you may yish tsame kind oftMaqaut rl p a n rt 4o i s awwv- I l OLD GRAND DAD II WHISKY t r I Made by the Wathensa a family of Kentucky Distillers since 178S I 4NNNNtihN 444t+ Ki44WNNNNKNU Ft4t4ttt14ttttNe4 Ntt4t4ta iNOINIQNMHO IO OiNOANOW 0i0taNN0lONhW I1 l m r MMm GOy Sole Manufacturers of the REILLY STEAfl PUMP i Machinery Built and Repaired Castings of all kinds made and repaired Repairing promptly attended to 14061430 West Main St Louisville Ky trK A O if 0 OIN NOi0i0 0 0 0lOfi 1 HOME PHONE CUMB MAIN 6042 3892Atur CHRIS GROTE CAFE AND BOWLING 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tCritoHu Officially ladorMd by Aaclaat Order ol Hiberalani young Mtma Imatltate and Catholic KalghU of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIcorponte4ulttl h re iINSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY d e Bound at eke L UrHU PKHe M SendClue Milter fcMrtMiH CtMMifttlm Ie iN KIKTUCKY IKSH AMERICAN 31 West 0tei St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 14 19141 STAND IN GLORY to While the Irish with particular pride celebrate the day dedicated to their patron St Patrick the mem s ory of this great man must needs appeal to every man or woman of Northern European descent wheth er they be Irish or noteIt is a fact In that while his great personal work was wrought In Ireland the Impetus of his work and his directing hand were toll throughout the mighty as countries which now constitute great Powers of Europe It Is tbeII no less In this country and It Is tirely for goodItThe great missionaries who as cended the Rhine and converted the then fluent nations undivided as yet o Into German and French who as cended even as far as Switzerland who faced the heathen and barbaric Norsemen were mostly Irish or came from the Irish monasteries and schools The AngloSaxon not only of England but of the Clmbrlo peninsula owes his Christian filth 1 If not Immediately then to the Influence of the great Irish apostle of Christianity Any one who cares to delve Into this matter can easily de termine It for himself The wearing of the Trefoil Is not a merely Irish matter It Is a confession of faith St Patrick Is one of the very few great men whose work has not only benefited his own chosen people and his own age but has a worldwide and a humanitywide significance and Influence His work has beer entirely constructive on the noblest c lines and the magnificent monument which he reared unwlttlnglj to himselfcan not well perish from the earth The moral and Christie alwatgrandeurshine brighter than any gilded mar bigj grander than any handbulli cathedral and when these she have crumbled Into the dust of ages his work shall stand shining glowing In the light of an everlasting glory SURE TO FALL certain Rev J A Cottamn etSodist minister of Dearborn MIch made a very unsuccessful attempt to capitalize bigotry and prejudice by spreading the report that Catholics were responsible for the destruction of his home by fire on January 25 The Rev Cotter is now In jail charged with having set fire to the house himself it order to collect the insurance A letter purporting to have been written theIexpressing satisfaction over burning of the house and signed A Catholic bears close resemblance to the handwriting of the minister him t self He is reported to have col looted insurance before under similar circumstances How long will it take some people to learn that If they start In business of any t sort with a capital of bigotry and prejudice they will sooner or later generally sooner go Into the hand v ofa receiver or like this reverend gentleman fall Into the hands of the legal authorities u NATHAN NOT WANTED was hoped that oblivion bad jlIt Ernesto Nathan for her own his passing from the civil life of the Eternal City Now we bear of his coming to America as the rep resentative of the Italian Govern went at the Panama Exoosltion Italy may be cending him to San Francisco with the suspicion that perhaps he may not return Nathans record as Mayor of Rome was very bad indeed while his actions toward the Holy Father and the Christian religion were most disgraceful His appointment will not make friends for Italys rulers and the people from that country b nowhere are certain to give him a reception that will leave him isolated at then Xapama Expositionand everywhere iIH THANKSGIVING Si Patricks day will absorb some ot the Thanksgiving attributes this y Nixv JIB the people of the State will give thanks that tho anniversarY of pMna patron saint marks the closing of the iKentucky Legislature SEES CARNEGIES HAND n iHave you noticed asks the Ne- wtork Advocate how appropriately the vDcweyrDiederlcba controversy baa come to life at this time when the British couttfhstilp fake is being worked fortall K Is worth for the purpose of preparing 4x for the hundre yearsofpeao11 eelebration 5 walca the Anglp iBaBUaa are irylfig 4 j rJ t J 6ea p S r dref pull off In 1915 Of course we have known all along that the celebration is but a part of the cam paign for the reunion of the English speaking peoples which t Carnegies hirelings are waging but really wo did not think they would add ghost hunting to their unpatriotic activities that direction TURNING POINT The recent expose of the Menace a self confessed fakir in the Philadelphia courts has been a 1 severe blow to that rabid A PoA t sheet and its corpse of antiCatholic many of the easy dupes 1 having their eyes opened to the I duplicity of the scurrilous campaign I FANATICISM The fanatics who have been agi tating prohibition In the present Legislature will probably be rabid eugenlsta if elected again as this class of statesmen can always be found ready to promote fool legisla tion This Is the St Patricks day issue of the K I A Filled with splendid reading and a magnificent display of advertisements we wish all our friends our readers and our adver tisers every blessing and prosperity unlimited The Kentucky Irish American has endeavored to be just to all and first with the news and the generous support received indeed indicates that its efforts are appreciated To one and all we return our sincere thanks The absence of the vulgar St Patricks day postal cards from the stores of Louisville tills year has been marked and evinces the sense of propriety and decency of our local storekeepers This has been largely brought about by Catholics who would not use such cards nor pat ronize those who sold them Each day is a step nearer the grave Do we think of It Do we live in such a way that death will have no terrors when his clammy grasp seizes us1r In choosing Scott Bullltt to spa coed himself as County Attorney the voters of Jefferson county have preserved the verities by hating one fine term followed by another County Attorney Bullltt brings to the once ability experience and great personal popularity He has made a name for himself second to none in the Kentucky legal field and his WELCOME VISITOR Matt Corcoran of 731 South Twentyfourth street is today one of the happiest men in Louisville the stork having left a bouncing baby boy at his home the first of the week The little oust has been named Matthew for his father and grandfather andwl lDakethetblrd of that name so dear tp many Num bers of friends and relatives have called at the home to extend congratulations TAKEN ROAD Miss St Fourth been 111 at Hospital In mltted te1 eurglcal operation has iMB1 TMWtffl to her born 1 UotTvJMrs Katheleen McCabe has gone South to spend ten days Mr and Mrs Doyle are now oc 1 cupying their new home on Euclid I avenue Misses Nellie Maloney and Mary Crawley are home from a two weeks trip to New York Miss Nell Kearney arrived last week from Versailles and will make this city her home Mrs F G Harpring and daughter Miss Marie Harpring have been spending the weekin St Louis Mrs Merrlt ONeal has returned from Lexington where she visited her mother Mrs A A DeLong Miss Agnes Fallon was a visitor InIIJetfersontown last week the gu of her sister Mrs Mayme Mrs John Chester spent days tho past week as the severalIIMr and Mrs W Chester In Mrs John Skaln who has the guest of Mrs Warren Green leaves today for her home in ton LexlngJJ Mr and Mrs Breslin of have been entertaining their D Breslin who is here from IUchl gan Mrs C A Curtin of Crescent Hill has been spending a week in Coving ton visiting her daughter Mrs Lyne Smith Miss Mamie Gottbrath left the first of the week for Shelbyvllle to bo the guest of Mr and Mrs Lester Money Miss Alice Robertson is home from Frankfort Where she spent a week with her father Senator Samuel Robertson Mr and Mrs B S Mattingly will return next week from the South where they have been spending the past month Miss Edith Morris spent last week In Frankfort the guest of her sis ter Mrs Charles Knight and Sen ator Knight Mr and Mrs Richard Laswell of Parkview were recent guests of Mr and Mrs J L Brownfield on the Bardstown road Mrs Edward J McDermott and Miss Susan McDermott left Tuesday for Frankfort to attend the Gov ernors reception t Ralph J Cunningham is home from Detroit for a visit to his mother Mrs Anna N Cunningham in Floyd Terrace Miss Josephine Murphy of Minne apolls will arrive tomorrow to be the guest of Miss Alice Hays at her home on Third street Mrs James Sower and children of the East End have been the guests I COUNTY ATTORNEY A SCOTTDULLITTI I A llaODonnell528EastI conduct has won commendation from all sides It Is a pleasure to join our felicitations to those of a legion of friends who rejoice in the con tinued uprise of this splendid young lawyer whom many would like to see occupying a seat on the bench Dur ing the past few years he has ren dered invaluable services to the Democratic party both on the stump and In an advisory capacity of their parents Air and Mrs James ODonnell in Frankfort JBephRy and wIN have re turned to their home In Chicago after a two weeks visit to Charles Sherman and family Racine avenue J T Sullivan and W J Farrell were among those from Louisville spending the past week in rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Mrs Walter purr of 124 East Fit teenth street New Albany was brought to St Josephs Infirmary on Wednesday tp undergo an operation c The Emerald Hibernian Social Clrbwill give a daace St Pat rltMi night M Utopian Mall aad ay ranged aspeetal Ar rammer it s iih i tb1 1i 7t r l n I ONE DOLLAR a 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 NN NNN N NN N ONNH + + + + + + + +N + + w t Ii 1 h N i i Ii Linens i I c 4 4 4 4 4 4 it i0 os i iIi FurnitureIi oT ZZ iiN N 0 0 N OON 101NOO NON + + ++10 ti1o + N N of Irish dance music The Reception Committee are James McTighe Fergus Mooney L J Meany and Thomas Farrell Frank McGrath and son Robert left Monday to join his wife and little daughter Helen who have been recreating at St Petersburg Fla Miss Alice Finnegan who visited H C Koetter and family 2025 East Spring street New Albany has re turned toherhomEfln Cannelton Ind V fA A stag euchre was given at the residence ofJLo1ls Walsh 519 West Oak street Thursday evening the occasion being his twentyfirst birthdayDr Mrs J W Daugherty of Bardstown were the guests of Mrs J D Talbott here while the first named was attending the dental convention Miss Cleo Maroney who has been seriously ill of pneumonia at her home 1412 East Spring street New Albany Is now convalescent to tho great relief of her many friends Mrs Kate Spalding who was the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Thix ton after a visit to her brother Archbishop SpaldIng of Peoria 111 has returned to her borne at Lebanon Mrs W J Stack 2510 Fourth avenue whd has been confined tp her room for the past month suffering from an attack of rheumatism is now improving and wyi soon bo en tirely recovered Mrs Matthew Foley and little son of Chicago arrived here Monday for a visit to Mrs Foleys father C C Murphy and Mr Foleys parents Mr and Mrs J P Foley Mrs Foley and little son will visit in Louisville while Mr Foley Is in the South on business The Invitation reception dance ot the Two Colleens Misses Margaret Coleman and Agnes McMahon on St Patricks night at OConnell Hall Thirteenth and Oak streets promises to be one of the most enjoyable af fairs of that evening Interest will attach to the award of favors GOES TO CONVENT Miss Teresa Maloney niece of Mr and Mrs Thomas Lynch left Monday to enter the Dominican convent at St Catherines Miss Maloney has been a prominent worker in the St Louis Bertrand church affairs and bas always been inclined loa relig- Ious vocation REFUSED TO CENSURE The House of Commons Tuesday night by a vote of 304 to 240re fused to pass what virtually was a vote of censure cifDavldCLloyd George Chancellor of the Ex chequer The resolution was pro= posed by Sir Tohn S Handles Union ist member for Manchester who moved that Vthe louse contemplates with regret the repeated Inaccuracy of the Chancellor of the Exchequer and his gr ssand unfounded at tacks upon individuals As brought out In the debate the individuals chjefly concerned in the resolution are titled ConserVative landowners With whom Lloyd George got into controversy in his land campaign speeches This is another of the petty measured by which the opposi ion hoped to aarajB the Govern vent It TRANSYLVANIA E N Canada Genl Supt Ben to Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul JonesBui din HOUSEFURNISHINGS Any of These Household Goods Can Be Bought at Our Cash Price On the CLUB PLAN The Easy to Pay Plan ACOHNSi INCORPORATED Carpets NONO 0 NNOONONeNO NNNO 0 N N N N NNNN NNO N aesv i 2SLOO Misses silk hose f 4I444 HOUR t OF COIMU Late News That Will interest Members Here and Elsewhere The insured members now number 100149 The Knights of Quincy 111 have organized an athletic association There was quite a big initiation Monday night at Salamanca N The latest Reports show 1632 councils with a total membership ot 305716 Bishop Burke thanks the Order of Alhambra for their contribution ot 40000 toward the Infant Asylum at Albany lecture appointments But many Initiations and important functions are on for April and May Buffalo Knights will hold their St Patrick s day banquet at the Iroquois BIshop Fallon Judge John WHogan and Hon Dudley Field Malbne will attend and respond to- toastsr ity I tt i 3 j i + fl ff 1 f oj I N N 0 N NNNONO N0 Ob OONNOOO ++ H ++ ++ + +4 4 Boys and Girls- Confirmation Shoes VSIippers CASUALTY INSURANCE CO it Bedding IiIiil ilili Draperies New and most attractive lines in Patent Colts White Canvas White Buckskin Shoes for Girls with dulland cloth tops and Pumps in ankle straps or plain priced o from 100 to 3501 BOYS SHOES AND OXFORDS button or lace ati 100 to 350II HOSIERY FOR BOYS tSilk Lisle Double Garter Tops High Spliced Heelsii 25c and 40c I I IBOSTON SHOE CO tINCORPORATED AVENUE Y anywhereduring i tU+ HrH t u++ to 1 H Srow3+Ik+o+oUH ++ UU ot Louisville Hay Grain Co1 Incorporated C STERLING GOFF Presand Genl Mgr Wholesale and Retail Dealers In HAY GRAIN and MILL FEED SPECIAL FOR HORSES Sterling Celebrated Chop Crushed SPECIAL FORCHICKLNSSterling Celebrated Chicken Feed Home Phone Shawnee 400 Cnmb West 453a 3F44tfr4HiHH HlHHHiF3 F3 4t+t+ iHHHH to GAYETYTlmATER What Happened to Mary a new play in four acts by Owen Davis will be next weeks offering at the Gayety Theater and should prove a great attraction for the patrons pf that popular play house What Happened to Mary Is described as an oldfashioned love story the scenes being laid in both village and city The characters in What Happened to Mary are all human Its heart Interest ls genuine and Its health ness of motive Is untainted There vIUbO a special St Pat F1oks day matinee Tuesday when all l cq P Q lawylD t delyt O 1 i are asked to come and see What Happened to Mary- FIIWMEN INTO SERVICE The No 22 engine company the latest addition to the Ixmlsvlllo fire department located at Thirtyseventh and Broadway went Into service last week This house Is one of the best equipped In the city and is much admired by the residents of that section Qapt Joe Hack is Incom mand and with him are Lieut John Dkvern Patrick Byron Richard Fallen and Joe Afoiager c i C- lt Y e 0 tj j n l I ac NiUC Y ai ISH AlJERIOA J 0 i h-i f IJ NONfkp i ji pJEniinrn1 1 VUKLK 1 v i f r kiIIJ f- I 41fyr L111- 1l I j I f I f 11- IilHx c j e I 1 1 1Vfl1 c LI IS THE MINGLED SOUL OF HOPS AND SMALT 444raOF CAREiAND AGE J 4 It Contains More Grains Than Most Other UndoubtedlyiI TRYrIir g 1 s BOTH PHONES J11 1o 467 I j 1 r1I Y YiJf i f 1 f T nr Tt uL I I FF x L c r 1 1 I 1 a 1 i THERE lS NONE PURER FOR HOMEi j L w USE ONEBETTER 1 1 drx tr yrcc I 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Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic M J CTJSICK TAILOR Located in Stark uilding Room 211 Second Floor Suits From 30 Up Your Patronage Solicited C C MEN6EI Pres J T WILCOX V Pres H P ROBERTS Seey V H BRYAN Treat MENGEL BOX COMPANY INCORPORATED r MANUFACTURER Boxes and Pails FACTORIESLouisville Ky St Louis Mo Jersey City N J WinstonSalem N C Hickman Ky Mengelwood Tenn PACKING BOXESTobacco Boxes Cigar Boxes Whisky Boxes Fibre Boxes Corrugated Paper Boxes Kindling and Bedding OfficeDumesnil Street Bet Eleventh and Twelftht 4 gHHX K 1+++3 43333 +44 I I 441 i4 3443344 HI I II1 iiYou Can Make a Square Meal of Our Round p SteakIII Comb Phone MaIn 9671 Home Phone city 5252 900 d 494443 b4 J 14444334443 4333 +t +b4 H + HENRY A J PULS 426 SOUTH FIFTH STRE- ETTOP CLEANER AND DYER Ladies and Gents Wearing ApparelB- OTH PHONES 2635 Members National Association Dyers and Cleaners a EAT HIRSCHSi Beans and Pork Catsup Worcester Sauce and Sweet PicldesI The Sisters of the Good Shepherd 2214 BANK STREET Would be very grateful for more laundry work to help toward the support of their large class of poor children Phone St XavierV Laundry =Home Shawnee 1462 Cumberland West 462u It i t to tot tf A e r frOO1m J T GHAWKV- eteriiiary 1 x Infirmary 0 713715 SODTBC fSiQ VJDNTH 8TKJEKT js r2Htd r o II a jf sk n JUDGE SAMUEL B KIIIBY Tho Chancery Court Is one of tho oldest judicial adjuncts to tho proper adjudication of controversies which can not be settled out of court It would be better probably that there were no courts of chancery but such courts are universal In all enlight ened countries Samuel B Kirby holds the distinguished honor of be ing one of the Circuit Judges who presides In the Chancery branch of the Jefferson Circuit Court It would be a work of supererogation to refer to tho many decisions of Judge Kirby which have been sustained by the Court of Appeals of Kentucky Suffice it to say that no man has held this position in recent or former times who has done more to maintain tho JudgeKirbyfession of law to the bench to the bar and it is fortunate that the people of Louisville and Jefferson county have such a man upon tho Chancery bench Judge Kirby has always been a Democrat and his name added strength to the ticket MOURN THEIR DEATH r 6Stwas this week cast In gloom by the death of Mrs Maggie Lesshaft wife of Henry Lesshaft 1742 Boiling avenue and Mrs Aplona Rice wife of Edward Rico who were laid to rest Tuesday morning Rev George Weiss offlciat ing at the mass of requiem Mrs Rice Is survived by her husband two sons and a daughter who reside at 1310 South Eighteenth street GROUND BROKEN The Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary of Portland Ore assisted by His Grace Arch bishop Christie last Sunday afternoon broke ground for their new club building on Russell street The J building will cover a lot 50x116 feet and will include banquet hall billiard and pool room gymnasium I j and shower baths ladles dressing parlors gentlemens cloak and smok Ing rooms and a large auditorium with gallery CONSISTORY QSTPONEDI PopePlusof the expected consistory tor the election of new Cardinals until after Easter on the advice of his physician that it would not be ad visable to hold one during the cold weather It is reported that another Jesuit Cardinal will be created in honor of the celebration by the restoration i WASTED EXAMPLE An old lady leaving church after a mission service going on at one of our local churches and which had been attended by a crowded congre I everybodystay quietly in their seats tlllevery I one else has gone out there would not be such a crush at the doorsI DID NOT TRY InvItedtothe hope that ho would amuse and divert his hosts guests But from dinner ous fa eThe host thought this very remarked bIggestfoolyoulaughcutting rejoinder POTATO DROP OAKES Pare wash and grate six good thewaterflourwithfatFryCOMKKASY HenatelenZiiiug A- fJ i P 1 + q 1i J ttr W f T rf i- I i I I TRIMMli Little Old Appcnl tileS st Organ Sees a Qrco Light AntlCntliollc Agitation and IIos tility Unvo Weakened Its Party Itnthcr Bad Policy to Continue Attacks Upon Catholic Church FEARS LOSING SUBSCRIBERS The Appeal to Rcaoon well known Socialist organthe little old Ap peal as It affectionately calls Itself has begun to trim Its sails on the Catholic question In its issue of February 21 and in that of Feb ruary 28 the editor Fred D Warren endeavors to answer some questions of a correspondent from Arkansas as to Why Socialism is opposed to Catholicism and as to the best way for Socialists to meet the attacks of Catholic church officials without at tacking the religion of the Cath ollcsEdltor Warren advises his correspondent on the first point that the Socialist party is not opposed to Catholicism or any other form of religion and proceeds to show why this Is although at the same time he quite bravely strives to prove that the church has ever opposed progress etc etc In doing this ho makes the following enlightening and surprising statement Witness France where the property of the bythoits border This has not helped the working class enlightening be cause it as the Socialists of France who worn the most active In support of this action surprising in that an American comrade and champion acknowledgethatIng class As to the second point the editor warns his questioner against at tacking the church showing the good results that havo come from a policy of silence on this matter in Crawford county Kansas In both articles he refers rather sarcastically to you Socialists who are smitten with the nhtiCathollo fever There Is reason for alt thlsareason which it is not difficult to see The Socialist party has been losing membersand perhaps the Appeal feels that it will soon be also losIng subscribers The dIrect action schism has torn the party asunder and the present antiCath olic agitation has drawn many of the faithful toward the numerous patriotic organizations which have sprung up and papers such as the Menace tho Peril the Liberator and the Sentinel which Have hatched them pubIIcatlonrecently been denied the privilege of sale at Socialist propaganda meet ings inIManhattan because it dared to point out this falling off In the party ranks And so the little old Appeal has seen a great light that it is rather bad policy to encourage agitation against the church to too great a degree It might attract other adventurers to set up an out and out antiCatholic movement capturing some of tha deluded fol therebyhurtingbookC LATEST IN STYLES Iridescent green peacock feathers entirely cover some of the fashIon able hats IDroad full feather quills in vivid colors are shown among new hat trimmingsTho heeled shoes are not so popular heels of exaggerated height will be worn- Turn back collars of all descrip tions have succeeded the neck frill so long favoredIGowns of charmeuseand crepe de chIno have tunics of tulle studded with steel b nds- Fashlonaltle materials for chil drens dresses are serge lightweight cheviot and linen In spite of Its popularity last season black waterproof mallno will be used on the now bats Women are returning to the fluffy lingerie for a time discarded for the straight clinging garments With the new supple taffeta it Is possible to make a frilly frock ami silhouetteI Is and the a skirt of black plaid taffeta sashes and girdles of IDrllllaht de solo are worn on evening gowns of satin or charmeuse Odd embroideries of coarse work manship and crude colorings are nowcostumesIn the new silhouette the waist Is smaller and the hips are made larger by means of draperies The skirts are slightly wider DOUGHNUTS Beat two eggs and add one cup of sugar two tablespoonfuls melted butter one cup of buttermilk one half teaspoonful of soda one teaspoonful of baking powder one grat ed nutmeg and one teaspoonful of vanilla Then add sufficient flour to make a soft dough roll onehalt inch thick and fry In hot lard GOOD cLEFT OVER MEAT Chop meat finely and season with butter salt pepper and gravy fill pudding dish onethird full i tHreaalnder of dish with mashed pota tOY esonedwith butter cream salt and pepper over top sprinkle craoker loruraba and brows la the 1MA J G t 0- t rx SF AUW Cf WWWW 1 WWWywtIolE 1 3 N WWW wwww= wwwwl3 WHEN YOUfWAif GOOD R NTiiG1H I I I I ti 9 p R I NI i G I I I I i CO 321 WEST GREEN r Qw7o E Woo YLwwYtJIIwY wf wwM7oYtY F F w Xt lwwYo Yo wwwwwYtwwlYtwlYtw O O wOOO wo oo w f THOMAS R GORDON IJUDGE pleasure for tho Ken tucky Irish American to here record that Judge Thomas R Gordon has in every respect sustained the confi dence of the people who elected him to the exalted office of Judgo of the Jefferson Circuit Court a position no less exalted than that of Judge of the Court of Appeals Judge Gor don Is a student His decisions are prepared with care and it is to his credit that he does not base his decisions upon public clamor but upon the law as It Is written Into the constitution and the statutes of Kentucky We may sometimes com plain and often do about the In justice of some of the Kentucky statutes but a Judge Is on the bench for the purpose of executing the law as it Is written If the statute Is not fair it is with the Legislature to correct It In all of his relations as Circuit Judge it may be stated without fear of successful contradiction that Judge Gordon has maintained the dignity of his court and at the same time meted ou even and exact Justice to all It is certain that ho can hold his present position as long as he desires 6lV I IINULTY BRYAN Mr and Mrs J W McNulty who reside near Ellzabethtown have an nounced the engagement of their daughter Nettle to Cassia Bryan of Louisville The marriage will take place in April at St Patricks church In Stith ton The groom Is with the Columbia Phonograph Company J IMPROVING Right Rev Thomas F Kennedy Rector of the American College in Rome has been seriously ill for the past few weeks with pneumonia Ho was stricken while on a visit to his sister In Conshohocken Pa This week hla condition was reported greatly improved and the dis tinguished visitor out of danger ZION CITY Arrangements have been com pleted for the erection of a Catholic church in ZIon City III If the promoters are successful it will be located on a tract of land adjoining tho property formerly occupied by John Alexander Dowle who built ZIon City VEGETABLES AS MEDICINE I Watercress Is an excellent blood purifier Lettuce has a soothing effect or the nerves and is excellent for sufferers from insomnia I Tomatoes are good for a torpid liver but should be avoided by gouty lire a tonIc for the nerves Spinach has great aperient quali ties and is far better than medlclno for sufferers from constipation Beetroot is fattening and good for people who want to put on flesh Parsnips possess the same virtues as sarsaparllla kidneysIfrom chest complaints Celery contains sulphur and helps to ward off rheumatism It Is also a nerve tonic Honey is a good substitute for cod liver 01- 1Thejulceot a lemon is excellent for sore throat not to be swallowed but used as a gargle Carrots are excellent for gout THEATER GOERS Threefourths of the audiences at all theatrical performances In this country are women JL MEAT PUFFS Dont some one want to try this recipe Chop fine sufficient lean meat to make acuplulBeattwo cupofsalt the chopped meat and sufficient flour to make a drop batter Lastly stir in two scant teaspoons rot bak ing powder Ali greased muffin paaa quickoven I V tv h r 3 l i itt BILL HEADS CARDS- CIRCULARS CHECKS PAMPHLETS DRAFTS BLANK- S800HBINDING B 9- I N 9 D 2 IGI iILOUISVILLE ANZEIGERINCOBFOBATEfl STREETa peopleOnIons Our Store Is Radiant WITH SPRING MERCHANDISE r Wall Paper9 Carpets Rugs and Draperies Are here in a profusion of styles Prices always reliable andconsistent with quality Hubbuch Bross Wellendorff INCORPORATED r522 AND 524 WEST MARKET ST I 1TIle 1 2 1 iiSPECIAL AGENTII Life Ins CoitNorthwestern u ua I I f 1305 STARKS BLDG PHONES 294 t iIoi MEET 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FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENTIiunushec rooU1SIJ with or wIthout board 1133 South Seventh street RUSSIAir M Russias population is increasing at the rate of 2500000 a year It- Inowstands at about U7000ooeofw- hloh 100000000 are Lpea a tl U- k O- a u STAMPS VyiTH ALL PURCHASES + Wmri Spring Garments The selection hero is practically endless Every good style that the best Q designers have produced Is hero Every goodnnd every popular weave is hero And with all that you buy hgre at lower prices than anywhere else Mere words convey but a small idea of the good things In store here but we shall be glad to show you that what wo claim Is true t SUITS17GOII Tho Suits w hlchtoother stores feature at 2500 are no better Nothing but tho best enters Intot the construction of these garments Every popular fabric color and style I will bo found in the great selection we show You will recognize the merit of theso suits when you see them Spe cially priced for 1750 500 SKIIITS 308 You will be delighted with the styles and the superior quality of these skirts at the low price we offer them You will find many pretty models to select I from and all made from pure wool fabrics 98 black and colors 500 values j I SUITS 005 Doat picture these Suits to be cheap and trashy on account t f the low price at which we offer them for they are not that kind They are made from a pure wool double warp serge and well tailored The coats are a neat tailored style 3button cutaway satin lined The skirts are trimmed with fold and buttons If you want a serviceable suit at a very moderate price be sure to see this lot Specially priced 5095 SILK DRESSES 508 Price the silk by the yard count the trimming and making then come to our store and see these pretty Silk Dresses You will appreciate the more what great bargains they are Taffeta and mescaline all popular colors spa dally priced 3398 Ito Ii i QATHOFC +0 aba 0 0 x0 0 aS0 1 + 0 I OOehe 0e0 Ir Frankk fte Menne6 FFactoryti b I NATIONAL CANDY COMPANYai lot Manufacturers of 3a I EAGLE B flfiD CONFECTIONS J4x J Wenzel and Main Sts Louisville Ky 4 ia+seea++awt t+NZr Mot+ to1o t t tfHave You Tried CAMPS KENTUCKY Incorporated DAIRY LUNCH I 1 1IT SERVES YOU RIGHT FAMOUS FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT Hundreds of the best people eat there TRY IT 322 W Jefferson Street 542 S Fourth Avenue i 209 S Fifth Street 013 W Broadwayii H++333 H II H + 101 +10110101 loInH + JuIHotr I 1 No1 +H+ 1 ++ F0B HorstmanCoJ1 DEALERS IN CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS 1 Try our Leading Brands of Wines and Liquors and our Full Line of Importedand Domestic Cigars Everything new and clean Home Phone 4374 i J Southwest Corner Fifth and Green Streets VlfrH +oIHo fofr ++ ++1o ++111 ++ II I b X u FRANK CAMFIEL- DSALo r F FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS WARM LUNCH DAY AND NIGHT nsonrainX141 J + i t aOtJtt pciJro- ita f yx J r fry SAtY MAgHKKK Pray come and interpret t Gaellci for me And tell whit nn Irlshniah mentis by maehraet cTis the white of the day and the warmth ot the sun The ripple of waters that laugh- Ingly run The sweet bloom of youth the har vest of years The gold of all smiles and the salt of all tears Tin the thrill of the hand and the light of the eye The glow of the cheek and the lips parting cry Tis father tIs mother tis brother or wife The music of womans the wino ot mans life Tls all that he lives for and hopes for above Tie an Irishmans heart making vocal his love The whole creation and one isle In the sea And thats what an Irishman means by machree Francis P Donnelly S J WARDEN WELLS Credit to the Present Dem ocratic State Admin istration From tho members of tho General Assembly and those who have occa sion to be in Frankfort there Is nothing but praise for the efficient management of the Kentucky State Reformatory under the control of Warden Judge A J G Wells the many reforms instituted under hit reign serving to attract attention from the directors and officials of other penal institutions throughout the country There are now about 1400 men in the reformatory many of whom are employed in the shoo factory and chair department while another principal industry is the broom department where 7000 brooms are manufactured dally During Warden Wells term an addition has been built by the prisoners at a saving to the taxpayers of about 5000 this estimate being made by competent contractors Another feature which has served to comment his management Is the educational unfortunates tion that will enable them above anything else to compete with their fellowmen at the expiration of their terms this move being Inaugurated and conducted under the personal supervision of the Warden It is the consensus of opinion that the Reformatory under tho management of Warden Wells has served as a splendid advertisement for the polItics the entire community for this noble work MODERN PAROCHIAL SCHOOL Rev Celestlno Drey win soon be gin the erection of a new school for Holy Cross parish that will be mod ern in every respect Tho plans which were drawn by Architect Walter Hlllerich and Arthur Tafel provide six class rooms with acconi modatlons for about 350 pupils witI ample hall space and cloak rooms The toilets will bo in the basement and in addition to the recreatioi rooms will have a club room consist Ing of bowling alleys and bllllan room kitchen and toilets for same On the second floor will bo a hat I with a seating capacity ot500equipped with stage dressing rooms and toilets also toilets for the audl ence The exterior of the bulldlnj will bo pressed brick and stone trim mlng with tile roof the foundation being of city quarry stone entire structure will be heatec l I IThesteam and everything up to Including the latest in black i boards desks drinking fountains etc The building will cost approx imately 20000 HENDERSON ROUTE In connection with the steady growth and prosperity of Louisville the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad known as the Hen derson Route can be enumerated as one of the important factors which have contributed to this satisfactory result this road having done a great deal to advertise the name and tame of Louisville in the transaction ot its vast volume of business in addi tion to giving employment to many people in this section of the country The officials of the road are over ready to assist in any public enter prise for the good of the community 1and have made a host of friends for their popular road- MACIfN COUNCIL The announcement that Ret Father Francis OConnor would speak on immigration attracted a splendid attendance at the meeting of Mackin COuncil on Monday night Father OConnor spent a number of years In Europe and had given his subject much study HIs address was Instructive and interesting and proved a rare treat President Thornton announced that the mem bers of Mackin Council would make their annual Easter communion on Passion Sunday March 29 and that Sunday afternoon April 26 bad been selected as the date for the text initiation which will probably br the last until fall Mackin Coun I ell has secured a franchise in the Twin City League and from its larg membership expects to or ganize a team that will make a strong contest for the pennant ONCE MORE We have anawsred many time the Ueation What Is the difference bV tween the Catholic and Protestant Bible But here goes again The ring James br Protestant Bible omits the books of Tobias Wisdom Judith EccleBtiagtlous Baruch First and Second Macohabew and partS of Daniel and Esther so that the- nLumper of books in the Protestant- ilbieI IB sixtysix while the Catholic ice seventythree Besides these I arvJiIdJvelithem involving doctrinal teachings I i i J i I jjjjjS 7 WIL IAlVILJACQBStlI Popular Democrat and Superintendent of the Work house who had the unanimous indorsement of party leaders for reappointment in addition to those who believe in a continuation of good government Fairness to all and true loyalty to his friends are Mr Jacobs chief characteristics FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours prayer is announced next for Holy Name church Third and O Rev Father OCon nor the pastor will have tho assist anco of the local clergy during th solemn services which will begin at tho high mass tomorrow morning and continue until Tuesday Sermon will bo preached on Sunday and MondayDILIGENTLY REHEARSING The choir of St Peters church Seventeenth and Southgate is dill gently rehearsing the Seven Last Words of Christ under the dlrec tlon of Miss Elizabeth Chase the or ganist which wilt be sung at tho evening services on Palm Sunday The choir at St Peters is recognize as one of the best in the city PASSiO FIST MONASTERY Until Easter Lenten devotions w1l1 be held every Sunday afternoon at a oclock in St Agnes chapol at the Passlonist Monastery on the New- burg road During the services a sermon on the Passion and Death of Jesus will be delivered by one lot the fathers of the community COVINGTON The magnificent new St Ellen I SIaIby St Louis street Eastern avenue Twentieth street and Maryland aveI nue in Covington is now nearing i completion and will soon be readY for occupancy It Is ot brick with stone trimmings presenting a stmpli but dignified appearance and wit be one of the most modern and bestI equipped hospitals In the country GAELIC SERMON The feast day of St Patrick Apostle of Ireland will be celebrated on March 17 with pomp am solemnity in St Alphonsus church New York City In the evening the devotions will be ushered in by a grand rendering of Irelands national hymn by the excellent band of St Alphonsus church Next in ordei will be the Rosary In the Irish language followed by the sermon In Irish on the life and times of St Patrick by one of the Redemption fathers ROSSA IS DYING ODonovan Rossa Fenian patriot author poet and Irish rebel wil I within a short time be removed fron a ward in St Vincents Hospital 01 Staten Island to his home where hi will spend his list days with his family This is his only wish This has been made possible through the generosity of NeW England Irlshmci ind admirers of Rossa who gave liberally that his last days on earth ould be made as comfortable ai medical science and money could provide and that for once a Fenian battler Would not die in wantI Rossawboond1iredII rears suffering because of his refusal to submit tct laws and conditions that He believed- Pero unjust and unfavorable to the Irish people is a child again He rambles over the scenes of his childI rood and talks for hours at a time with his playmates now imaginary oyearsago It is but a matter olf- ac short time the physicians say be tore death will remove from earth oneot the most famous characters ot the last century of Irish history HIBERNIAN PILGRIMAGE The Hibernians Ireland areOl anlzlng a pilgrimage to Rome that promises success The pilgrimage fill pot be confined to the members Q f Intendedpagfvariational l pilgrimage and tot teitlfr to His Hollnewi that tbe faith Iis as deeprooted today in tbe Irish heart aa it was In the old days when sacrifices were demanded tom all Irishmen who dared to pro- laimtheircl allegiance to the church lh addition the organizing ee have arranged for an associate hip feftmbershlp Whl 1hShU give to all who join the same Spiritual idvaBtagea as shall be bestowed oa the jdlgrlma tJuHUMrtyM An 11t1iiia a rI ti kiJi4 f i fj jjij All the late and new Styles and Shap earn be found here at reasonable prices Called see u- sBEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses ieleotroAayEtc Cemetery Work a specialty I REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Prunes 223 Vlvt your hose MI dneati m that wit prepare tam for WI ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 119 W sratway +ou1nW Xy CB4ueUd ky the Xaverlan Brothers Cluilcl Bcltntlflo and flume Cunr Preparatory Department Last IwlMiiinff Pl well Equipped Ormna slur Verm Yderfrm pro Jam DIr FRED ERHART- ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jeffersoi A Delightful Smoke PHONE CITY 2310 FO- RCLEOPATRAb eGONDOLA So A L DOMEOBT 225 S rlav Ktro i HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS TINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers IM Finest Toads of Ken tacky Wldlldelelptoel- aUyPearl of Nelson ROTitLED IN SOND Trt kHS 184 Ji 234 SIXTH STREET HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers v CflO FBiHR A TB53VUBJ Tleobus ien ated album will be presented to flls HolinelB on the arrival of the pit grimage signed by allaHclat members help will extend two weeks and dive UlaeM vill pay all the elapensset I tH l tlt1J1ln lti1JlUtlll 110- CEFfrf flIllffErAIlrrflE 4 PONTANA BROS CAFE1NCO1WOBATEDtt Fine Wines and Liquors 1 Best Cigars and Tobacco i 401 THIRD AVENUEbI J J Home Phne City 7868 LOUISVILLE KY k- r FOR ST PATRICKS DAY IMPORTED IRISH POTEEN J ol o1Hoi ltH++++ J +o I++oI IIHHo1 1aaaAaaAaaaAAaaaaAAAAA Ni Charlie WhiteMoonThe Originator ol WHITE MOONS CHEYENNE INDIAN REMEDIES CimCelSar S Science Sep a 1 Y9 WWW s Roots and Herbs I iillll tu MEDICINESii IEXcluSiveI the o 5 dorsed in the Bible Thousands of Tes t- timonials COMCELSAR the Great 5 BodyTonic SCIENCESOPE for the Hu + man Skin Only Ask your 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Said at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excelteatfta ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS BREWINGlit INCORPORATED and Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ords a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cutnb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK J WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTELINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY 0 r NNIN N NN1NN N 11 t THOS CAMFIELDl 4 Fine and s- II jCigarS and I l E Corner and Home Phone- City 3588 i Wines Liquors Cigars Lunch Day PHONE2882 Bank Streets CO I LOUISVILLE and Approved Telephone BREWING COMPANY Celebrated Draught CITY CO Broadway ThirtyFirst BREW CREAM BEER CO Wines Liquors Tobacco lNFlOYD MAIN Night is SWCorner 12th and Walnut Home Phone City 2885 r i iJA CALL I J a un Ykt I n a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News Notes III There should be a full turnou Sunday morning at St Patricks churchDaniel McCarthy made a hit with Division Iand others will want to hear himI An auxiliary has been organized Under bright prospects in St Nicholas parish Buffalo Interest In the home for Division 4 is on the increase When the Limerick men start they get thero Division 3 meets Monday night and all members will bo interested tin the report of the Home Commit teeThe Hibernians of Savannah have endorsed tho plan for a joint home for all the Catholic societies in that city The Ladles Auxiliary of Duluth Minn has a literary club that is be ing encouraged by Bishop Mc Goldrick Let all Hibernians meet Sunday night at Macauleys and give the Lieutenant Governor a real Irish welcomeTomorrow afternoon there will be a county initiation at Indianapolis when a big class will be received Into the order A number of Indianapolis dlvls Ions held enthusiastic meetings last week In honor of their St Patrickday committee Five branches of St Patrick Alliance will join the Hibernians of Trenton N J In their observance of St Patricks day Tho Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night Their Entertainment Committee will have a report on the affairs to be given after Easter More than GOO members wore re ceived into the order at the recent Boston initiation Among those present were Lieut Gov Barry State Treasurer Mansfield and Mayor CurleyCongressman Michael P Conry of New York will be the orator at the St Patricks day celebration of tho Milwaukee Hlbernlans who are ac corded the leadership on that day in WisconsinDivision 1 will hold not meeting Tuesday night This action was taken In order that the officers andmem bers may have every opportunity to do honor to St Patrick the patron of the order- Hibernians are invited to hear the Rev Father Fitzgerald of Highland Park at St Michaels church Brook street who will deliver the panegyric at the special St Patricks day serv ices at 730 in the evening- At the annual inspection last week of tho Hibernian Rifles at Columbus Ohio Col M J Ryan complimented the company on its appearance and proficiency in military tactics The drill meeting and inspection Were held at the CHr Hgll- VINOENTIANS A man who has time to spare from his family to look after the poor of the parish as a St Vincent de Paul worker is certainly not los Ing time His outlook on life 1s broadened thereby and his heart is made more tender towards his own children No better evidence of the nature of this really charitable or ganization can be seen than the qual- Ities of mind and heart of Its mem bers Going into the homes of tho poor and witnessing their needs Is one of the best incentives for appre elation of ones own home There will be special music provided at tho Golden Gates for tho arrival of char ity workers for already they have learned the secret of those things forhisOLDEST cnuROir Brother Botolph President of St Michaels College Santa Fe New Mexico in speaking of tho chapel of San Miguel at Santa Fe of which he has charge said that It is the old est Catholic church in America It is supposed to have been built by Spanish missionaries in 1660 but in 1680 with all the rest of the main buildings of tho city it was burned by the Indians The chapel was rebuilt In 1710 and the greater part of it still remains as it was or iginally built except the tower which has undergone some changes The date of erection Is carved on a beam of the roof and can still be seen j SHAMROCK SYMBOL There is fao place in Ireland that is so hallo ed as Tara where on Easter Sun ay of the Christian era la about the year 432 St Patrick or Patrlcius was requested to deliver a sermon lbefore King Loaghairo princes and serfs at Tara Hill St Patrick attempted to define the Blessed tinny to that memorable assembly Father Son and Holy Ghost three in one in vain He picked upa sprig of shamrock and ononecred wystery and unanimously erased tho sun the last emblem of pagan Ireland from their flag In bono of St Patrick And as a mat ter of history tho flag with a green grouT d white shamrock and harp remained unchanged till the tenth centvry DEfOENDANT OF WASHINGTON Linens the living collateral de SC ndante of George Washington is Mother Mary Juliana of the U suline Sisters Arcadia Mo known in the world as Miss Kate lateterlingWashington Mayor of New Bern N Cij and graduate of Yale UOIIDsMOSTSTOQK MrauliuS Walsh Jrrofltf Jo lltlthelart woman holder of stock in tht United Railways of 196pdfnrea1 t 1 10 f tl 1 of J a LEGEND OF NUNS ISLAND It may not be and the Abbess sighed For the maiden was fair and sweet Out of the world cold and wide She had flown to the mothers feet tAnd begged as earths highest boon to share In the rule and life of the dear St Clare Our house Is poor our house is small And the Lady Abbess wept Room there is not even for all Who our holy rule have kept In this ancient Abbey So now de part And I bless you dear from my In mostSheart And presently the vesper bell Peald thro the cloisters dim And silently from many a cell The Sisters glided in To their dally duty of praIse and prayer Nor thought of tho stranger kneel ing there Half in shadow and half in light That shone on her golden hair A vision she was of beauty bright For the maiden was young and fair And clear as tho tinkle of silver bell Her voice once more on the silence fell By the Spirit of God I was hither led I wllLsleop on the tester of some onos bed So much of room you can spare for me And Ill bless you she cried forI eternity And softly slowly and silently As the moonbeams ray oer the summer sea A silvery radiance downward flings Its light with a tremble of qUiT ering wings And circling round and round above The maidens head was a snowI white dove I They called her Columbia that nblessedI As a dove was she but not long J she stayed For under tho pall on the happy day Of her holy profession she passed away I And often as peals the vesper bell Thro happy Nuns Island the Sis ters tell I Of the maiden and dove in the daysii of old And I tell the tale as to me twas told R M H I FIRST MADE I1EREJJ The first prayer bookmade in theII United States was the work of JohnI I Konedy from Muckalu County Il kenny Ireland He was the father of P J Kenedy head of the New I York City publishing house of that name Tho book was later sent to Pppp LCO XIII J LAGUAGE i OF POETRY Tho Irish tongue lo so much morejj expressive and meaningful than the 1 English that oVen when we translate ifreely using all the sentiment we 1possess we still fall far short of the original Take for Instance that I one little poem by Catherine Higgins Irish Love Wordswo find such expressions as these Agra machree love of my heart Alanna sweetest child Acushla my pulse Asthore my treasure Mavourneen beloved darling Colleen bawn beautiful white c girl I Colleen dhas pretty handsome I girlIn J English they mean much but even so our tongue can not begin toI ispeak the golden honey music of the Irish It is the language of lovo and poetry Itself A SCOTCHMAN Capt McTweed a Scotchman to Iitlngulshedt unbQund11edI j oXItolllngI I taining guests I conclusion of the meal as he and his hapIIpenedland costume standing by the doorII way Wishing to draw attention to theI mans splendid proportions he stopped and From what part of Scotland do you comet he inquired TIpperary sirs replied the man with a punctilious salute THOUGHT TWAS TROLLEY When Father Lynch a priest of St Thomas church Wilmington Del learned that John Cavanaugh had driven his wife and four chil dren into the cold the priest hurried to the house and remonstrated with the man The man attempted to at tack tho clergyman and as a result is suffering among other injuries four fractured ribs and a wound over the left eye Cavanaugh told his physician lie thought he had been struck by a trolley car WRONG DIRECTION During a dense fog a Mississippi steamboat took landing A trareler anxious to go ahead came to the unperturbed manager of the wheel and asked why they stopped Too much fog Cant see the river overheadpilot but until the biler busts we taint going that way The I passenger went to bed I STATE OF TEXAS The state of dozer the largest in the Union liar 5861 more square ndunltlmoritimmlirmnts whoi would develop her resources and 1JQprOyeberlandilJ IRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Daniel Dunnlgnn has been elected Chairman of the Ready Urban Council JFIre destroyed the upper portion of the premises occupied by Thomas ONeill in Cllfden Tho Newry Urban Council hon ored H J McConvlllo with reelec tion as Chairman Michael F Hassett of Blrdhlll has been elected Clerk of the Kill aloe Potty Sessions district Through the exertions of Rev Father Considine telephone service 1 has been installed in KJlmurry BrickanoThroughout County SlIgo there was deep regret over the death at Hiverstown of District Councillor John Keany Regret was felt in Dundalk ovir the death at Carllngford of Mrs Catherine Woods relict of the late Owen Woods At a largely attended meeting of the farmers of Mpy and district it was unanimously agreed to start A cooperative scutch mill Tim death of Mrs Bridget Rodgers wife of Michael Rodgers at her home in Ballinamore cast a gloom ever tho district The estate of the Earl of Clan carty situate in and nround Ballinasloo has been purchased by the Estates Commissioners Struck by a railway wagon whllo working on the Dublin and South eastern railway at Bray a laborer named Daniel Kelly was killed Thomas Harrington of Urlingford a member of the Directory of this United Irish League has been appointed a Magistrate for Kilkenny Marked progress has been mad BallybaydistrictIIng operations were completed last I monthDr Pierce English of Castlerea formerly of Mulllngar was united in to Miss Gertrude Fltzglb j fifth daughter of John Fitz gibbon M P The Hon Mrs DeaneMorgan Baron Muskerrys mother has con Icluded the sale under the land acts of her Dunmoro East property County Waterford The Gort Union built to accom modate 700 persons has but seventy I1 urgaItsLoughrea Work Houses Lord Ventry aged eightysir Is dead at Dingle Ho was the fourth Baron and had been a Peer since 1871 Boforo the land acts he owned about 98000 acres organlied townsIpurchase fire fighting apparatus andMissl John Ryan of Castlebar wore united In marriage at the Church of Our performing Among the bequests of the late Miss Julia Hamill Dundalk was 1000 to the Superloress of the Convent of Mercy for the purpose of supporting the home on the Warren point road Newry Plow teams were recently seen for the first time for over half a century over the vast grazing tract at Mountain Lodge near Ballybay which has been divided by the Es tates Commissioners Thomas ONeill who was the classical teacher of many Catholic clergymen In the North of Ireland theIRat Carrlckmore In his seventieth year PUBLIC SCHOOLS It should be distinctly understood that the public schools are the com peopleTheythe Protestants They aro for all Catholics and Jews and citizens of no denomination have just as much right In our public schools as have Protestants Just as much right to have their Bible In them just as much right to have their religious righttotendents of them It Is high time that Protestants got out of the no belongtothem and to suit no other citizens Catholic Columbian REMAINING STEADFAST yourfriendshipbroken the world the flesh and the youfromis only when you forget to converse with the Heart of Jesus that you run the risk of falling away from the integrity LEADS THE WOULD The United States led the entire VaticanIncOItrlbtitlon contributed only 20000 and Aus tria gave 12000 THEY WERE TRUE A favorite story In London mil1 nary circles concerns a movement whUeagotoBritish Highland regiments dis carded in favor of trousers A ballot reportedtherellulttAll tile nun with the exception of three are in favor of the change sir he said TellmeI clansmen they should be promoted The Sergeant Tad from hlll list 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Will Sing and Play NATIONAL TIIRATEIt One of the greatest of Irish dramas ever written will be shown In moving pictures all next week at the National Theater starting Mon day March 16 As Tuesday March 17 Is St Patricks day no more timely offering could be secured The picture Is The Colleen Dawn In three parts and is an adaptation from Dion Doulcaults famous story of Irish life The producers of this picture have adopted an unique method in bringing the same before sloganito further make slogan effective Imported a quantity of earth taken from the foot of Colleen Bawn Rock The management of the National has contracted for a big consignment of the ould sod opportunitythe vicinity of the box office of the theater That there may be no doubt that this soil was actually dug at the base of the famous rock in one of the Lakes of Killarney the Kalem Company has documents from Father Fitzgerald the parish priest Eugene OSulllvan Chairman of the Klllarney Urban District Council and the officials of the White Star liner Megantlc which transported the same Father Fitz geralds letter stating I am satis fied that Harold G Jones of the Kalem Company of America has taken a ton of Irish earth from Klllarney Is supplemented by Mr OSulllvans letter as follows I beg to certify that Harold G Jones of the Kalem Company of America has taken frond the spot on which tho Colleen Dawn Rock Lower Lake Killarney stands one ton of earth and I have satisfied myself that the same earth has been shipped from here via Liverpool to America Members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have already signified their intention of attending the National In a body to see The Col leen Dawn and assurance is given that the Mory in Photoplay form is told with a realism that will bring back to eevry son and daughter of Erin the tang of the peat smoke and the shimmer on the waters of the Lakes of Klllarney HOWLKHS AT BUFFALO The Qucenof Nelson Fortuna and Filson Club bowling teams left Thursday to attend the national bowling tournament at Buffalo N 1Y leaving In a special Pullman coach over the L and N and Big Four railroads The following were In the party Herman Deddens Al bert D Gregg Newton Selbert John Lubbers John J Barry John F Oetken Fred Stengel Charles C Herman William J J Preuss Thomas M Barry Phil Hlldebrand Fred Schmidt A B Hudson Henry AugustKappel SWEDE VS POLE Hjalmar Lundln the Swedish champion wrestler will meet StanisI laus Zbyszko who claims tho worlds championship at the Armory next Monday evening and Lundins easy victory the other night in New York over Liebler the crack wrestler makes hint a ponefit of Zbyszko GermanII coming quite a Mecca for tlers and as long as there is a con tinuation of the splendid matches which we have had recently the pro moters are sure to profit Seats are now on sale at Sutcliffos LAID TO REST Casper H Winkel the oldest re tired policeman In this city and a pioneer member of St Philip Neris church succumbed Sundry morning to BrJghts disease A native of Germany he had been a resident of Louisville since childhood and for twentytwo years was connected with the police department Surviving him are two daughters Mrs Richard Sabell and Mrs William Reed The funeral was held Wednesday morning Rev Father Ackermanu conducting the solemn obsequies LENTEN SERMON The Rev George M Connor pas tor of St Williams church this city went to Shelbyvllle last Sunday and in the evening preached a strong and eloquent sermon in the Church oi the Annunciation of which the Rev John H Riley Is pastor Father Connor was greeted by a largo congregation who appreciated his forceful discourse on Christian Fenance MILLION FOE EDUCATION Ina will signed with a cross be cause he never learned to write Matthew J McIntyre who made nearly 1000000 raising hogs left the bulk of his estate to St Pat risks church Long Island New York The equest was forth parochial school so that chlldrftB ot his parish migut have the education he was denied NlrieDeiahea and I + i i qk jr RT SEYMOUR at Hibernian Celebration GAYETY THEATER One Week Com inclaff Sunday Matinee New York ProductionI WhO Happened to Mary- BY OWEN DAVIS- A play full of the joy of living The best comedy drama since Shot AcresSt Patricks Day Matinee 25c PRICES Sunday Matinee 10c 26c SBo and BOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at 25c Nights 10c 26c 35c 60o and 76o NAT IONA Fifth and Walnut LREAL VAUDEVILLE ANOTHER GREAT BILL HUNTING MORN Black and White Posing Act KUMRY BOESCH ROBINSO- Fun in a Music Store THE COLLEEN BANVN Greatest of all Irish dramas In moving pictures Come and tread on Irish soil brought over from Killarney 5 OTHER STAR ACT 5 Matinee All Seats lOo Night lOonnd 20- cREKERS CAFE and POOL ROOM WM J REKER PROP HOME PHONE 4544 NW Cor 7th and St Catherine tAT I A Raverond Recommends It I SOli Constance St Pittsburgh Pa I Aug 1912I Mr daughter lost her memory about a year and a halt ago was restless day and night so that I feared that she would loso her mind because she Imag toed not to be able to pray any moro and felt lost forever She was treated In a hospital for seven weeks but no relief until a Reverend of the Passlonlsts Convent recommended her Pastor KoenlR a Nerve Tonic After she had taken two bottles of It she was entirely well again works every day and Is happy and healthy I I take the tonic myself whenever I am nervous and cannot sleep as It always gives me relief Mrs M Thaener Mrs F LeBlanc of Atlanta WISjsaysMy girl had St Vltus a Koenigs Nerve Tonic FREEA I tERtoENls1 1bt11j physicIansbut Valuable Book on Ner Diseases and a Sample to any addreii Poor pa also Itt the medicine free Prepared hy Rev FATHER OENIO d Port Wayne lid IDe 1876 tad now by the MED CO Chicago 111 I IKOENIG Street near Dearborn Sold by Druggist at SI per bottle 6for3Large Size S175 6 Bottlei for 9 nieces contested the will On Febru ary 27 the Surrogate of Queens county overruled their contention thus validating the will SQUIRES OPENING Squire George Berry has taken possession of the building at Twelfth and Broadway where ho will conduct a firstclass and uptodate cafe The formal opening has been set for Tuesday St Patricks day when his legion of friends are Invited to visit him and be his guests at a shoat dinner that will continue throughout the day His friends predict for him a successful future In his new loca tion CARDINAL FARLEY Cardinal Farley Is planning a trip to Homo shortly after Easter in order to make his ad liming visit and submit to the Holy See the report of his archdiocese as pre- scrIbed by the canon law This will be his first visit to Rome since his elevation to the ardlnalato more than two years ago ROAD TO DRAY A Yankee tourist spending boll day In Dublin happened to be riding a motor bicycle on a road that leads to the town of Dray Seeing an Irishman riding an ass toward tho city and thinking to have a Joke with him he dismounted and approaching Pat exclaimed Hello Pat Is your motor or mine the best 1 think theyre Just the same said Pat Doyouthinktl1lmotor of mine is an ssj Ido said Pat How do you wake that out BieauM Its 1 pine to DraT IOrf 1 ROVER GETS HAT They and telling a good Jko on a young man in Limerick who bears the same name as the last Democratic predecessor of President Woodrow Wilson as Indicated by his first name in the headline During one of the mission exorcises this week the sermon was on the merits of honesty the priest exhorting his hearers to be honest in their dealings with their fellow men and reminding them of the old adage Honesty Is the best policy After services were over the young man with the distinguished name got away with a hat not belonging to him and worse still the hat belonged to the elo quent missionary who had delivered the sermon The hat taker Is hav ing a hard time convincing his friends that he took the hat by mis take or that the mission is doing him any good TRINITY COUNCIL The meeting of Trinity Council Y M I last Monday night was pre sided over by President James B Kelly when there was a large and enthusiastic attendance In addition placeMondaycided that there be given a book shower and also a talk on the much discussed question of eugenics nnd social hygiene This promises to be tohaveas Is necessary will be transacted The officers of Trinity hope thatevery member who can contribute to the book collection will do so PROPOSAL ACCEPTED ofMobileJ Thompson George J Sullivan I John H Hughes A H Downey Dr J C Sullivan and Sid Berrey to make alteration In the placing of Ii the statue In memory of Father I byITheHiberniansi j design and desirous of its adoption I ErwinIapproval also as In his opinion the arrangementlis nearNFatherRyanI posed Is the raising of the monu ment Itself without placing the statue In any different position with respect to the stone worki POVERTY VOW CONTEST theSupremeI underIerty prescribed some twelve cen Cathlollc j Briefs already have been submitted and the case Is now before the court the1vOWSprIngfield considerableRelativeslleldthatrightand i his possession belonged to the order decidedthatpolIcyJ OBrien of New York on behalf IfthethelandI and all prescribingwouldbeI betweenof the vow A member of the order withdrawfromalthough waywasI ISnORT MEETING I OHrapid fire order not being called until after the mission exercises at adJourningEmerald Hibernian Social Club re theCrownand vaudeville on Thursday April 93 I i MRS LOUISA i I1ILPOTII Funeral services over the remains of Mrs Louisa Phllpot beloved wife I of Oeorge Phllpot 822 Weatherton avenue were held Saturday morning at the Sacred Heart church Father Patrick Walsh being the celebrant MrsPhilpot lrsLoulsStaebmother two sisters survive her GRAND RA55AR St Philip Neris church will give a bazar at Windhorst Hall Floyd and Magnolia April 21 22 and 23 with euchre and supper in the after i powbeingbazar to go toward the school fund DEATH WAS SUDDEN Mrs Catherine Coakley jeloved wife of Thomas Coakley died suddenly Monday morning at her 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