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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jjI k l WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Your Next Order VOLUME XXXIINO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 21 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS THOUSANDS Joined With Hibernians and Honor tile Glorious Apostle- of Ireland Begin Their Celebration With High Mass at St Patricks Church Lieut Gov McDermott Ad dresses a Great Audience attMacaulcys Theater aSPLENDID MUSICAL PROGRAMME iWith the sun beaming brightly and the prospect that it may be the last St Patricks demonstration before Ireland again becomes a nation the cherished green was SunthedayAncient Order of Hibernians and ofLadiesthe city assembled at St Patricks church to receive the blessed sacrament and assist at the high mass In honor of the glorious St Patrick the patron of their great order For this occasion the Rev James P Cronin V O who Is the County hrophrchtion forwasthe Ancient Order members The sanctuary was ablaze with lights the choir rendered an excellent musical programme and the scene as the hundreds approached the altar was an Inspiring one In a short but feeling sermon Father Cronin welcomed the Hibernian hosts to the church of their patron saying they could present no better proof of their sincerity and Catholicity the example they set being most edifying Father Cronin then ex horted his hearers to live up to the I principles of their order unity friendship and Christian charity United In action and purpose they would thus succeed and perpetuate the grand old order that had ever been loyal to faith and country With song and story and a happy and animated audience the Hiber nians held their St Patricks day entertainment at Macauley Thea ter many of the clergy gracing the occ sloh wlththeirproeehcedfih tr entertainment opened with an overture of Irish airs by Macauleys orchestra Mavoumeen Wear Ing of the Green and other Irish favorites were played and loudly applauded Solos by J Thornton Flynn of St Louis formerly of Louisville proved a popular with the audience Mr Flynn sang two lullabies and concluded with A Little Love a Little Kiss rendered in Irish tenor style Miss Aleen Zlx and Walter Barrett sang sev eral numbers together and an swered a number of encores with a vaudeville song and act Others who participated were Joseph F Hubbuch who sang Near Ing the Harbor Miss Ruth Keen who sang Auld Ireland with great effect Master Robert Seymour One Sprig of Shamrock Miss Dorothy Norton Waiting and Mrs Leo A Schmitt who sang Denis Darlln The accompanists were Prof Leo A Schmitt Miss Adrienne Adams and Mrs J J iDonohue Lieut Gov Edward J McDer mott was 111 Sunday morning as a result of his labors in the Kentucky Senate but he fulfilled his engage ment although he was a little late In reaching the theater The speaker of the evening was Introduced by Thomas Walsh who displayed his native wit when he said that he felt like he was the one who needed to be Introduced to the audience rather than Mr McDermott whom h referred to as the present Lleutenan- Govornor and the next Governor o KentuckyMr at the outset an nounced that he would be compelled to speak briefly In order to save his strength for his duties this week but once into the story he loves swell he forgot his caution At th outset the Lieutenant Governor tol of the good works of St Patrick an of his advancement of the Christla- religion and said that an 1rishma- who n 1 did not revere the memory of- St Patrick was not a good Irishman Briefly Mr McDermott recalled his several visits to Ireland and enter tainingly told of some of his per sonal experiences Special tribute was paid to Gladstone and Parnell1 for their efforts to obtain home rule for Ireland and their labors are be lag taken up now by John Redmond John Dillon and Premier Asquith he said In obtaining the muchdesired home rule Mr McDermott counseled against violence as he said this would moan a devastation of country but pointed out that t proper battlefield Is Parliament Only a few of the counties are not In favor of home rule now said the speaker and he emphasized that within the next generation England would be forced to extend It as the gre nation can not afford to have a ban of dissatisfied people so close to tl seat of government At the close Ills address he invoked the blessing of St Patrick upon all the Jrlsh especially i those who remained faith to Erin and concluded by saying whathave orUlto govern themselves r LADIES ARE ACTIVE There was an unusually largo tendance Wednesday night at UmeeUngI of the Ladles Auxiliary A KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN O H when Miss Rose McCarthy was received Into membership and five applications were presented Riles Catherine Nolan the President ex pressed the pleasure of the officers with the splendid showing made Sunday morning at St Patricks church when they surpassed all former records The auxiliary Inaugurated a ticket contest for the entertainment to be given at the Ideal Theater on April 14 pad already there is a spirited but friendly rivalry between Mrs Emma Water man and Miss Esther Krebawho are now leading In the race CARDINAL FARLEY Cardinal Farley has completed his plans for a visit to Rome With Mgr Patrick J Hayes and his secretary Dr Thonias Carroll the Cardinal will sail on the Bremen of the North German Lloyd Line on April 25 for Naples It has not been de cided how long he will stay All the Bishops of the American continent will make their pilgrimages to Rome this year as the law of the church requires them to once every five years The Cardinal goes as head of the New York archdiocese He will make a report to the Con slstorial Congregation and to Pope Pius and submit to the Holy See a detailed account of the progress of the diocese churches built schools established and other matters The diocese of which Cardinal Farley Is the head comprises New York West Chester Putnam Dutchess Ulster Rockland Sullivan and Orange counties In New York State and the Bahama Islands of Key West em bracing 9183 square miles It is considered one of the Important dioceses of the world from the point of ecclesiastical activities and Catholic population estimated from the census of 1909 at 1219920 During the Cardinals stay in Rome he will make the pilgrimage to the tomb of St Peter ind will pontificate at a special service in the Church of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva his titular church in Rome Despite his seventytwo years Cardinal Farley is iin excellent health and does no anticipate that the trip to Europe will be particularly fatiguing ENJOYS GOOD HEAITH Every few days groundless rumors are spread concerning the health of Pope Plus X The latest report circulated last week was of an alarmist nature but received a prompt contradiction from the fact that that very morning His Holiness MgrLawler Paul of whom he inquired about Archbishop Ireland and his work Iin ihei onstructlori of two Cathedrals Ho also spoke of Archbishop Ire lands latest visit to Rome and ex againOnG Remy of Columbia University was also received by the Pontiff After their audiences Mgr Lawle- and r Prof Remy wore the guests of rthe Rev John Dolan rector of 4h English Catholic church of Sa Silvestro who Is well known In New York where he spent most of his earlier years Other guests were Archbishop Robert Seton who 1Is about to leave Rome for the United States and the Rev Michael OPlannngan of Roscommon Mgr thPopemake his farewells and was im pressed by the vigorous memory of intimates Interesting recallshisNobleEccleslastlcs andJeweled ohisTHREE nusr nouns An unusual amount of business and the social hour kept the mem bers of verybusy 1tprof VJcePresidentcanelldateChalrmadcontractstomka buildlnog abouet bulldlndg andd floornimproved with flower beds and con traingse second floor to be used for meeting purposes and a gymnasium On the ground floor will be located the office and library pool and billiard room and a good sized hall Sec rotary Silk aroused much enthusiasm when he announced that donations for the home fund amounting to 207 had been received All pres ent enjoyed a nice smoker during which a number of short addresses pledgeheFLYNN BETTER orthewatwhileden day oporatofed and gotoanilvlted to deliver a recitation and left Knvanagdh winning praise from press and pub1 IIcAIrs Flynn left for the Southern city and was with her husband when the operation was performed The conditthadon hlaI odl relolcheghl thetrylnr ordeal n n PARALYSIS Causes Death of Rev Father Maurice J Dorney Sunday Friend and Protector of All lit One of Chicagos Big Parishes Castled Papers to England That Cleared Charles Stewart Parncll WAS LOVED BY ALL CREEDS Poignant sorrow was felt throughout the country when it became known that the Rev Father Maurice J Dorney n Chicago Catholic priest whose name is familiar on both sides of the 9tlnnttc died Sun day morning at Mercy Hospital where his sister Is one of the nuns in charge Death was due to paralysis following heart trouble which attacked him a few weeks ago Archbishop Quigley was present at the bedside shortly before Father Dorney became unconscious Father Dorney the King of the yards was one of the strongest and most picturesque characters in the West Counsellor protector friend to thousands he had the power for thirtyfive years of the ruler of a principality in one of tho greatest iIndustrial centers In tho worldthe packing house district of Chicago His prestige extended to the White atgratitude of Celts everywhere as a trusted envoy from Irish leaders on this side of the Atlantic to Charles Stewart Parnell in London What Is said to be the strongest IIrish parish outside of Ireland was Father Dorneya official chargeSt Gabriels at Fortyfifth street the nearest Catholic parish to the main entrance of the stockyards To people well acquainted with that part of Chicago no more evidence Is leoded to illustrate the force of his personality than the fact that by lilt efforts a mile square of territory surrounding his churchl has for Weniyars lJelm bsolutely free from the presence of a saloon Irre spective of creed the residents of the district revered him to an extent that has been a standing wonder to outsiders Here Is the reason as rtsayeDorseynand youll get fight in plenty all the way from kids to grandfathers No hour was ever too long or too dark or too cold or the roads too rough to stop Father Dorney from going to one who needed help And whats more It rover made any difference whether man or woman was Catholic or Protestant Gentile or Jew Father Dorney helped When he started out for something It was nothing short of a riot till he got what he went utter Now can you see why from Fortythird to Fortyninth and from Halsted to the Wabash tracks was surely bound to be sad tonight 7 Perhaps the meeting of and Father Dorney in the house 0 thde rotnemfFather Dorney it was who delivere- to the Irish Parliamentary leader the documents which showed that the informer Pigotts accusations against Parnell were based on forgery The Pigott charges which formed an elaborate attempt to lint Parnell with crime upon crime ha threatened to bring about the expulsion of Parnell from the Com mons and to cause the defeat o home rule for Ireland Largely as the result of Father Dornoys suc cessCui mission the prosecution sud denly collapsed and Pigott not long after committed suicide In Spain Father Dorney had been intrusted with the documents by his lifelong friend Alexander Sullivan President of the Irish National League of America and by Patrick Egan for mer Treasurer of the Irish National 1 League of Ireland and later Unitedt States Minister to Chile Although a native of Massa chusetts Father Dorney was a typi cal Irishman much like Daniel OConnell both as an orator and fin person a sixfoot athlete with a voice of corresponding power yet capable of the finest modulation and with a ready wit and smile that never failed to charm Most often he spoke in an easy almost colloquial way but It was no rare thing for him to move an audience to tears The regret of Father Dorneys life was that he missed participating I the battle of Santiago He had volunteered 1 as a naval chaplain and was expecting to be assigned to duty under command of Fighting BobI Evans The destruction of Cerverae ships however left the plan neces easily Incomplete Father Dorney when he vlelf 4 Mount Olivet cemetery frequent sold maw att a little altar In a private mausoleum theresaid to he one of the finest of its kind in the United States Few persons knew however that In that mausoleum rested the bodies of many a pauper r whose family eould not bury him whose wldpw or child perhaps had same to Father Dorney and asked to have the dead mattdwently fur Iled And tow persona know how the tJ good priest kept the dead mans widow and orphans from the pangs of hunger and thfe want for shelter Father Dorney neyer told His char ities became known only through thoso whom he helped The funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Gabriels church the Most Rev Archbishop Quigley pontificating at the mass of requiem HARD JOLT t J The Menace Teddy Walker Organ Barred Prom Cann diaiiiMnils Pope of Rome Draws the First Blood in Impending Rev olution f Action of Canadian Postmaster General Is to Be Highly lllcc1r FOUL PLANS HAVE GONE ASTRAY Menace Barred From Canada Mall Tho Pope at Rome Draws the First Blood in the Impending Ro ligious and Political Revolution With these startling headlines the illfamed Menace the greatest anti Catholic paper 4n the world an ounces In Its latest issuethat of March 14that its little carefully concocted plan to deluge Canada with its foul and morbid scrlbbllnga had received an awful Jolt In the previous Issue of March 7 an innocent notice had appeared under the heading The Menace Is Twins telling of the establishment of a British edition of the Menace at Aurora Ont Canada under the guidance of the notorious Mr J F Coss formerly of our staff Like the United States declared the notice Canada is groaning un der the grinding oppression of the Roman Catholic political machine To destroy this achlne of which the Canadians themselves seemed unaware and to atrlotlcally save Canada yas to be the mission of this Brltlsh Menace and the valiant Coss The slight inconsistency In Britisherstetwroitshfhumiliation and a patriotic American at the same time did not at all championsButties have decided that the Menac ili unfit for the malls and in a let er from the Postmaster General of the Dominion through his secretary the publishers of the British edition have been Informed that not alone that paper but Its American prototype as well have been denied admission thereto Against all of which the American Menace has set up a mighty roar If the Pops of Rome It declares Is King of Canada as he claims to be of earth heaven and hell he Is going to got more hell in Canada than he has ever gotten in either one of the other dominions It then calls on iIts dupes to protest against this in suit to the British race and tinOrange blood that has made Canada OrangemenMasons othertand societies should hold meetings at once draft resolutions memberdter General at Ottawa by special de livery The action of the Canadian Post master General Is to be highly com mended If his ruljng be sustained presentde s the Auorra paper has fittingly been feufe 1 and depraved while polluting the un cultured minds of tho ignorant and 11 Informed C B SISTER MARIE CALLED Sister Marie one of the most learned nuns ut the convent at Nazareth died Monday afternoon of a complication of diseases casting a deep gloom over the community o which she was a most loved member She was sixtyeight years old and had oho lived until April 26 would have celebrated her fiftieth anniversary as a nun Sister Marie received her preliminary educatio- in the common schools in this coun try Later she attended school iin France and after becoming a nun taught some of the literary branches In the Nazareth Academy Of late she was in charge of the museum at the convent Her name before en tering tho convent was Miss Anna Menard and her home was 1in Paducah Her funeral took place f chapael Wednesday morning the remains U ing tenderly laid to rest In Niazareth cemetery LENTEN SERMON Very iRev Father T S ic0over prior of St Louis Bertrands sermonly aY evening The other services will conl slat of rosary and benediction WILL GARRY SOON kpownNewtalned a bad fracture of his leg by a fall at Ids home loot month is again able to be out and will Boon fake out hie route PC I CHECKED Aflqui tils Temporary Exclusion Proposal Robs Tories of Potent WeaponI I Will Meet Orange Disorders With All the Governments Resources Next August Will See Home Rule Bill On Statute Book TRIUMPH FOR THE MINISTRY Irish home rule certainly will become law and even more certainly than ever since Asquith made his offer to Ulster but we are pass- Ingi through one of its most critical stages and we may have more critical stages later on in the sea sion cables T P OConnor M P Asqulths proposal accomplished one enormous result It knocked the bottom out of the cry of civil war which has done the Tories such enormous service during the last six months but on the other hand his offer has not In che least ap passed either Ulster or the English Tortes Their purpose to kill the Parliament act the Liberal Ministry and the home rule bill remains exactly the same and they seek to exploit Asqulths concession rather to accomplish these party purposes than to produce a friendly settle mentTheir present method Is to try to force other concessions from As quith and especially two The firstj Is that Instead of excluding counties coming under the Irish Parliament after six years no limitation should be placed the recond Is that the ex cluded counties should not come In until there Is a new act by the Imperial Parliament to compel them I to do so The Tories know quite well that iperpetual exclusion never would bev tolerated by the Irish people who adhere inflexibly to an Ireland one and Indivisible The home rule leaders consent to the temporary exclusion of Ulster for six years ns they consented to the temporary reservation by the Imperial Parlia ment of Irlsh police and other rlsh local affairs as covering the transition period between the first establishment of an Irish Parliament and Its final emergence into fuller powers This essential distinction be tween the two plans slid not strike some even strong Liberal home rulers who saw between Asquith and Carson only the difference be wenn Tweedledum and Tweedledee but the Premier never made any such mistake nor did LloydGeorge who originated the scheme of optional exclusion by county plebls cafe and of course Redmond and the other Irish leaders knew what they were doing and agreed to jloydGeorges scheme Just because- It did not accept the principle of exclusion fond because it brought the Ulster counties automatically after a brief period under the Irish Parliament But the Tories still cherish the hope that by persisting In a demand for perpetual exclusion they might further squeeze Asquith especially If all the Influence of the antthey also hope thus to break up tho alliance between Asquith and Red mond and to see the Ministry the Parliament act and the home rule bill all swallowed up In the sam disaster But these calculations s were based on an entire underrating of both the courage and the skill of Asquith and Redmond and on the Immense stiffening of the Liberalj party against further concessions It Is now known that Asquith and Redmond have gald each their last word and that if the Orangemen do not accept the compromise o actly as Auqulth has proposed the bill will be passed as it stands This determination of Asquith Is accom panted by another which has an enormous Influence on the situatio- for among other good results f Asqulths proposal Is the absolute determllatlon ii- fever ff it be attempted with all the resources of soldiers police andj other weapons of the State againstt rebellion The most eloquent proof speechforer Ulstennt has done enough Thus the Orange- men will be placed in the position of having to accept Asqulths proposals or of driving all sane opinion tryingtoget by ballots While the ultimo result of a conflict between Asquith dins aster to Carson it would be a mis Orangeeor Tory fight Is yet over However the opinion remains placeItmen will not get another concession pathnar hill as it stands the atTories will accept Asqulths con everybodyg now is over but the shouting is that morningfollowing meinwon The bluff of civil war no longer deceives MAOKIN COUNCIL I inedthea- ri I an address Monday night pronounced one of the most Instructive and Interesting of the winter season There was a large attendance and the speaker was given close attention A number of applications were re plannedforLibrary Committee reported progress and announced that arrangements would soon be completed for the cir culation of books Passion Sunday was set for the annual communion which the members will receive in a body at St Anthonys church ST PATRICKS DAY The religious character of the celebration of St Patricks day on Tuesday received special emphasis iIn many Louisville churches but i none more completely than at St Patricks of which the Very Rev James P Cronin Is pastor First at the high mass the class of ninetyfour children who received their first holy communion and In the evening were BIshopODonoghue assistingFathertthe Very Rev Thomas S McGovern of St Louis Bertrands church the- Re Father Craney of St Celllas church tho novo Father Michael F Melody chaplain of St Vincents Orphanage and the Rev Father Beraphln Schlange of St Anthonys church The sermon In the evening was preached by the Rev Father Vin cent Cleary who declared that true Irishmen remembering the faith and courage of Saint Patrick will always be mindful of their duty to concludingFather lovInJrick and when any man accuses you t thesethlnlsby following the example of your lawbidinga livesARevJchurch where he delivered one of the most powerful and Interesting heardIngeralds hearers are anxious that he StLeosTOOK FRONT RANK James S McDonogh formerly o this city and brother of Attorney William P McDonogh IB much talked about Just now In New York practicinglaxThough President of the Bron polItlcsbebasnever Last April he could have had the Democratic nomination for District Attorney but declined to file the 2SOO signed and sworn petitions secured for him The case that has given him most prominence was his able and successful legislationbeforet LegislatureJamesf the attorneys who assisted Coun sellor James F Donnelly on behalf of Thomas F ONeil In the recent recount of election ballots He also JutigGibbst by Van Doren in re anvnesing tin count of the vote Since arriving 1 In New York he has taken a lively Interest in fraternal society affairs being active In Hibernian circles BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Carl J Bundschu son of Capt and Mrs Frank A Bundschu 3414 Grand avenue was given the birth day surprise of his life St Patrick s night Detained until later than usual when be entered his home he found himself confronted by a host 0of masked figures all In green Th rooms and table were decorated i the colors of the Emerald Isle the monster brthday cake being sur mounted by unique designs surrounded by twentythree green can dies The surprise was complete and the evening was highly en Toyed by all present Prof Patrick OSullivan rendered a selection of canxIrish songs After the unmaskin- AIr Bundschu was the recipient o many handsome presents who dancing In Irish style was the fee Messrsn FoA Bundschu Prof Patrick OSulllvan dMisses Verba McClellon Clara an Anna Ellers Lillian Trudoau Lulle May Mathcs Rita Rhodes Alice Beecher Vivian Canary Rose Henley I Antoinette Hubbuch Catherine OBrien Mary Riley Emma Ma Garvey Messrs W S Kelly Wlll1 lam Peters John Block eEarhart Alfred Wagner David Garvey Harry N Clark Fran Gatliof Ernest Wellendorff V111fa Wagner Vincent Bundschu and C Quinn FAMOUS CHURCH BURNED toThe famous thirteenth century church of St Qulrlnus at Neuss four miles from Dusseldorf Germany burst into flames 9aturd morning and the greater part of t edifice was quickly destroyed noon the tower the celebrated chimes and the organ had gone an the flames were still making lieu way in spite of the efforts of firemen s from Dueseldorf and from Cologne St Qulrlnus was begun the year 1209 The tower which collapsed Saturday was reconstructed in 1741 The fire was extinguished toward evening the nn of the basilica being saved from t flemes REAR PATRICKS NAME According to official records o cry city in the United States haul morel than 75000 population new bostof n church napicd after the patron taint of Ireland a It WE DO- PRINTING a FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order MA6ISTRATESs Win Victory Over Progressives at Close of the Legis lature Courier Journal Threats Should Not Frighten Local Rep resentatives Session Ju t Closed Featuredrnby Unwise Prohibition Measures SEGREGATION ORDINANCE AGAIN The feature of the closing of the State legislative session from the standpoint of Jefferson county was the signal victory scored by the local Magistrates in the overwhelming do feat of the Clay bill which had al ready passed the Senate and if suc cessful In the House would have been signed by the Governor The bill was given the hearty support of Louisvilles four dally papers and the Progressives supporting the measure were Influential enough to run a special train to Frankfort with leadingbusiness hangersonlookinganything else free gratis The speeches In favor of the bill were made by Bull Moose leaders and those who were secret contributors of the reecnt Axton campaign this S class trying to frighten some of the legislators by predicting doom for the Democratic party ably assisted by the CourierJournal neither of whom had anything to do with the Democratic victory last fall and the threat of the latter to Messrs Bar rett Spahn Iuh and Drescher need not be taken seriously as the future abovefnamed gentlemen in political life can not be attributed to the Halde man organ as its following is con Inert to a mere handful of office holders who have received appoint ments on the mistaken prestige or Influence of that paper xThe Kentucky Irish American was the= only paper in LoulsvHIe iowdesits voice in behalf of the Magistrates not believing that the haphazard vote taken In thc heat of a municipal cam paign was a proper criterion to go by and then again tho personnel of the present Fiscal Court Is a big 1m ntemnendeavorttag to furnish campaign material to the Bull Moosers on account of their Inability to secure the Democratic nomination last August Convincing evidence of that contention is that organizationopetitioned their representative to 1faglstrates racy not being addicted to the automobile habit or the possessors of homes on the river road Louisville and Jefferson county can Justly be proud of the records of their representatives which delegation as c whole Is the best ever sent from this district The mem supportedthe andswere lent to defeat the prohi bition and other fanatical measures introduced mainly in the interest of Unitedearenby many competent critics will mark the political finish for Jeckliam and his man Haley in State predictedthatprimary over Gov McCreary and Congressman Stanley that the Demo cratic party Is sure to lose the Sen thegmeasureg thefunwisen ext pass away year or two Legielad good laws can be attributed directly to the prohibition question which effect loglslatlon theyre sources of Kentucky theBwhichkWednesdayheard whiteApro posed ordinance the negroes claim- Ing that close association through residence with the whites would Improve their race but did not WestChestnutIdents who proved that their prop beliethatAtof many white workingmen who had ondhomofornegroinbeingforclblypresented PatSavagemen Dooher and Rosenberg made thatthetolivewhytlleyinhabitedby prengoust the residents while at the sara e Pert7I- v n t rJ II cKENTUOK5t 1 SH AMERXOAN 111 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftN 4arted to the Social and Moral Mrtucemeneat el Irish Anerlctm and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young IansIJ Institute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CQIacorportte3 Puhllahaml INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc BoUrtd t the LoaltTltl Potomco u 9oandClua fltlUf ittresn all CoHmnalcatloni tlo tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Jlf21 West Om StI LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 21- n 1914 1 LAST WORD- s Hon John E Redmond leader of the Irish Nationalist party presided over the Irish Natloual banquet In London St Patricks night and In responding to the toast Ireland a Nation said In a few short weeks In the absence of a political earthquake the home rule bill will be u law of the land probably in pre cisely the form In which it now stands The efforts of the GovernI ment to conciliate Sir Edward CarI leader and hisson the Ulster friends Redmond declared had met with insult He referred to the fail ure to agree on the temporary ex elusion of any part of Ireland and declared that It was a great sacri fice to make as the price of peace but in making that sacrifice to avoid a conflict they had made absolutely no sacrifice of principle If the proposal had been for the permanent exclusion of one inch of Irish territory they would unhesitatingly have rejected it as the principles of Itill bill must be maintained Speaking for myself and my colleagues and I believe the Irish nation Mr Redmond continued these principles are our last worl Beyond them one inch we can n- and we will not go If force Is interposed that force will be mot- with force The party of the dempc racy of this country will be all the stronger because Nationalist Ireland has shown that it has been willing to make a great sacrifice for peace Mr Redmond said that there was- no difference between the British Cabinet and the Irish party as re garded the principle and policy of procedure From this it would appear that home rule is as certain as anything can be- PRESENT JAWS PROTECT For many years it has been the practice of the railroad and steam 1tcompaniesatouse a part ottho fare paid by the immigrant in creat- Ing a fund to work up immigration from the old country The literacy test if it becomes a law will not destroy this profitable practice The solicitors abroad will simply shUt their field of operation from the humble but Illiterate peasantry of rural places to the slums of the an dent cities where steerage passengers can be found who are able l to read This will bring a larger percentage of vicious and dangerous men und a smaller number of simple earnest toilers Even if labor union men consider this matter from a purely selfish standpoint they wilt lose by this for the more shrewd and shifty men of the cities of Europe are more inclined than the sIm- ple peasants to congregate In larger cities here and are more apt to make capable strikebreakers in time of contest Our laws are rigid now and will fully protect us It enforced We exclude the Asiatic and the an archist the idiot and the insane the paralytic anti the pauper Why should we bar those who are sane and sound and strong ONE GOOD LAW The Legislature enacted one law that merits approval that making the carrying of concealed deadly weapons punishable by fine impris onment and disfranchIsement for the first offense and making the second offense a felony This law should be vigorously enforced thereby greatly diminishing the number of murders and other crimes that have disgraced Kentucky OPPOSE TOLL BILL Members of Congress and men prominent in the public and business life of thE country are vigorous in denunciation of the SimsI bill now pending in the House oi Representatives Congressman Knowland who opposes repel of the tolls exemption clause of the Panama canal act characterizes the blllas a notice to the world that the United States has abandoned Its policy of an American controlled Panama canal and virtually surrendered jlts power to regulate its commerce because of thenew p9Matuiyprce policy His report further nays a situation un- pairalleled and unprecedented In history flow confronts this nation The passage of the bill would give a Briton interpretation to the Hay FavMwfote treaty aud thus our render for all time rights vitally if etincr title nation comnWrcfaUy + strategically and politically Tfcsjg andft of patriotic American eMHens i u insist that we can not maintain our national honor In the present con troversy If we abjectly surrenderI every American right at Panama The history of this country would have been less glorious had wo failed to urge our contentions even when fully convinced of our right When the Venezunla question stirred the nation it was a mistake according to this now peace atany prlcepolloy for President Grover Cleveland to have declared In a message that commanded tho re worldIUnited States IsI practically sovereign upon this continent and its fiat is law upon the subjects tcr which It confines Iits interposition The report warned the Interstate Commerce Committee and members of the House that by the provisions of the Sims bill it would forever foreclose the right of the United States to pass through the canal without payment of tolls either battleships revenue cutters colliers transports or other Government owned craft The fact that tho Supreme Court rendered a decision which sustained the contention that the provisions sof the HayPauncefote treaty are not applicable to vessels in the coastwise trade was cited as an additional argument against the repeal of the tolls provision Representative Lafferty of Oregon In his report said there was no doubt but that any arbitration court would support the American contention In the tolls controversy Americans and American money built the Panama canal and they should be the beneficiaries regardless of England or any foreign country AT OLD TUICKS David B G Rose of local fame as the promoter of lectures by expriests and A P A agitators Is now using the local Masonic Home Journal of whlcir ho has se i1controlto urther prejudice against Catholics It is needless to say as has been stated before tho community could easily spare men of Roses stripe VAIN HOPE The San Francisco Leader would like to know what good cart come or reviving the harsh feelings which resulted from the Deweyvon Died rlchs episode at Manila In 1898 There Is a suspicion abroad that the English are quite busy In their efforts to keep alive the controversy hoping that Americans will become prejudiced against the German nation and think more kindly of Great Britain Vain hope No good can come from the agitation and the sooner the daily press turns Its attention to more popular topics the better it will please the reading public Americans have no desire to quarrel with Germany And the antics ota proBritish press to foment trouble with a friendly nation will end only 4n ridicule and contempt for the responsible parties DETERIORATING Very lively interest has recently been aroused throughout the country over the question as to which party is dead the Republican or the Pro gressive The New York Herald printed last Sunday a rather elaborate review off the recent past performances giving the result tit Vot- Ing at special and other elections In which it is shown that the Dem ocartlc party is holding its own that the Republican party is increasing its strength and that the Progressive oarty has very greatly deteriorated in its followers It looks very much as though the Progressive organiza tion was following directly in the footsteps of the old Liberal Republican party of forty odd years ago Congressman Mann says The British Ambassador who is already dictating the policies of the Government with regard to canal tolls and- o war in Mexico has now seen fit to protest against the improvement of the lake front at Chicago If this continues we shall soon be compelled to ask the permission of the British Ambassador to shovel the snow off the sidewalks Like a bashful suitor Old Sol has Ills days of semiboldaes raeceeded by spells of depression All the namo we cant helpl but notice that he is getting more friendlyUke all the while IITI awotioB of whether Aujdrewl j 4 Carnegie is a British subject or an American citizen has arisen again but without definite answer The American Embassy in London is un xble to say whether the wily Andy ls a Britisher or an American But he fact remains that he is still a rotor in his parish in Scotland The Kentucky Irish American md Kentuckians generally extend ho Right Rev Camillas P Maes tovingtons grand Bishop con ratulatlons upon entering upon his sixtyninth year May God 1long spare him to the State and his liocese RECENT DEATHS Mrs Bridget Weldon widow ofI Peter Weldon 918 Dumesnll streetI uccumbed to pneumonia WednesdaY1 fternoon Surviving her are Itwo ions John P Weldon of this cityI tmd Thomas Weldon of Evansville ler funeral was held from St Louis lertrands church Thursday morn ngMary Loretta Poppe Infant daughter of Col Theodore Poppe 1722 Vest Oak street has joined the mgelis hosts where she awaits those who mourn h death Her funeral took place Saturday morning from st Peters church the remains being enderly laid to rest In St Michaels emetery To the bereaved parents 0 host of friends tender their heartfelt sympathy Funeral services Aver the remains of Mrs Lula Sherrard beloved wife of Frank Sharrard 815 South Fifteenth street and mother of Misses Katie and Irene Sherrard were held Sunday afternoon at the Sacred Heart church Rev Father Patrick Walsh officiating Mrs Sherrard was fortyfive years old and 1 her death followed an illness of sixI months duration The Church of Our Lady in Portland has lost another of its old and highly esteemed members in the person of Mrs Mary Vetterlln wife of Jacob Vetlerlin who died of pneu Ionia on Monday at her home 3822 Rudd avenue Besides her husband she leaves several children Her fu neral was held Wednesday morning the Rev Father Conniff conducting tho solemn obsequies Friends and relatives were deeply grieved when Miss Minnie Mann 1 beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred flannel 1015 Adair street fell victim to tuberculosis She was twenty years old and until taken ill several months ago was a favorite in her circle being a girl of amiable disposition and attractive manner Her funeral was held Wednesday morning from Holy Trinity church Rev Father Assent celebrating 1 the requiem mass Miss Annie Clasby daughter of the late Michael Clash a woman of splendid character died of paralysis at her home 740 West Oak street Saturday night Three sisters Mrs John Coleman Mrs P D Howard and Mrs John Whallen and five brothers Frank Martin Charles James and Michael Clasby survive her Miss Clasby was a regular at tendant at St Louis BertrandsI church where the funeral services were held Tuesday morning Charles Berndsen a popular young- man associated In the grocery busI- ness at Twelfth and Chestnut with his father Anton Berndsen succumbed to an attack of stomach trouble Monday morning He was a native of this city and is survived by his father three brothers George Robert and Clem Berndsen and two sisters Misses Lorena and Clara Berndsen The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Marys church attended by many mourning friends and relatives Stricken suddenly with bronchial trouble Miss Bridget A Boland ex pired Wednesday afternoon at tlu home of her cousin Alderman James Treasy 613 West Broadway Mlsa Boland was a native of Limerick Ireland and came to this country when a young girl She first lived with a sister in Vermont but came to Louisville in 1896 where she hall since made her home She Is sur vived by a sister who lives in Ireland Her funeral was held Thursday morning from the Cathedral of which she was a devoted member following a long lllnesc of tuberculosis Martin J Lawless son of Martin and Julia Lawless 1715 West Broadway went to his eternal rest Sunday evening The deceased had1 a wide circle of friends and was popular in the West End Besides his parents he leaves a sister and three brothers Edward John and Patrolman Thomas Lawless His funeral was held Tuesday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh celebrating the high mass of requiem To the bereaved parents many extend their sincere sympathy Roland F Maxwell for more than forty years a respected resident of this city and widely known asasalesman died Sunday morning at his home 1721 West Broadway Sev eral months ago his health began tailing and for the last three weeks he was confined to his bed Mr Maxwell Is survived by his wife Mrs Ella Maxwell and four daughters Mrs J H Shea and Misses Edith Edna and Helen Maxwell Funeral services were held Tuesday morning from the Sacred Heart church the Rev Patrick Walsh celebrating the mass and preaching a sermon that contained words of hope and consola tion for the bereaved wife and daughters CENTRAL COMMITTEE President Ben Kruse presided over well attended meeting of the Central Committee C K of A at St Johns Hall last Friday night when nuch business was transacted All he committees made satisfactory report several delegates announcing hat additional members were biting iurtid and that death claims were belngpalll within ten day The Bn trtaIBmenfeommttteehu been buoy oraulatin plane sad expect to- eDdk the summer excursion the jvent of the Mason I SOCIETY 1 0iIe Ce 4iieee fMiss Sadie Doyle left Monday for a visit to friends in New York and Philadelphia Miss Mary Sweeney was jn recant visitor at Lebanan the guest of Mrsi Nan Dehoney I Miss Katie Edelen has been visil Iting her aunt Mrs Charles Lee at Shepherdsville Miss Clara McCloskey spent 1 last week In Mitchell Ind the guest ot Miss Eva Burton Miss F W Mlllspaugh Crescent Hill has been entertaining Miss Nell Burke of Atlanta I Misses Regina and Christina Cur ran have returned from a visit to friends in New Haven I IIMlss Beezle Hannas and nlece Moss Aleen Hannan are homo from a two weeks trip to New York I I1Irs Joseph Neal Deer Park had I a slier guest tho past week 1lIs5 Katherine Welch of Spring Station I I Miss Alice Grume came In frcm Bardstown last week for a visit with Misses Dora and Catherine Conley Miss Paul Allen came in from Fishervllle last week to visit her mother Mrs James DrIscoll Deer Park I Mrs Fontatnne Kremer and Mlsa Emma Kremer of Pleasure Ridge were here for a weekend visit with relatives Henry Bosquet has returned from a pleasant sojourn at West Baden Springs where he went for rest and recreation Judge and Mrs D E Dundon who were guests of Mr and Mrs John P Hartley Crescent Hill have I returned to their home at ParisI Miss Louise Cassllly will be host at a bridge party March 24 at her home 1n Garvin place in honor of Miss Josephine Murphy of Minne I apolls I Miles Burns and wife and son who have been guests of Mrs Ellen Lyons and Mrs John W Gullion In South Louisville have returned to their home at Jackson I IMr and Mrs Charles F Proehl an nounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Louise K Proehl to Charles J Wels The wedding wake place in April I IMiss Rose Kehoe who has been seriously ill at her home 617 East Elm street New Albany is now con valescent Her many friends hope for her return to their midst I ISpending the past week at the Hotel McAlpln in New York City were Misses Margaret Conhaughton and Maggie Keenan and Messrs Oa borne M Billings rand C R Billings IMany friends will rejoice to learn that Miss Nellie Kenney who underwent an operation at St Josephs Infirmary is recoverlngrapidly and II Iwill soon return to her home in Crescent Hill jjMrsI Joseph Maloney of New Albany lleft last week to join her husband at Des Moines Iowa where they will make their future home Mrs Maloney was accompanied by her mother Mrs M Merl as far as Princeton I IIMisses Helen Mapother and arrived Friday fromiI Frances Smyser Garden City L I where they are attending school to spend the Easter holidays the guests of their parepts Messrs and Mesdames Wyble L Mapother and Harry L Smysor jjMIss LydIa KIrwan will arrive home Monday from Detroit where she is attending school to spend the Easter holidays with her mother Mrs James KIrwan She will be accompanied by Misses Elenora Stalb and Lyle Doty of Michigan who will be her guests I IIProminent in the receiving line at Gov McCrearys last reception of the season at the Executive Mansion at Frankfort was Ms Susan McDer mott the charming daughter of Lieut Gov McDermott and her piother who wore a handsome gown of blue charmeuse with shadow lace trimmings I I1IIss Rose Kolb of 1214 Cherokee road entertained her friends on St Patricks day with a lotto party The guests were Misses Mary Virginia Joseph Ethel Angermeier Catherine Seblinger Mary Theresa Hang Mary Ruth Powell Catherine Casteel Hel en Winri Marguerite Nold Elizabeth Hoke Catherine Garaghty and Aline Drew I IMrs William T Meehan who was with an illness ot pneumonia that alarmed her family and I relatives Is now convalescent and out of danger at her home 725 South i Floyd street For two weeks she I I was under treatment at the res- Idence ot her sister Mrs M LouiseI Pllson 721 East Chestnut street 1 Her friends will welcome the news of her improved condition SHARING PROFITS j The Boston Shoe Company Fourth avenue has again made its employe happy through its profitsharing plan For many years the Messrs I Fedler have been following this method of rewarding their employes who last week had distributed to them the tidy sum of U50 Tho henetlclariee appreciate this generous custom on the pert of the Messrs Fedler who find much pleasure in this method of recognizing faithful Berries The Boston Shoe Company tuts that thejr havehad a UMMS ful year in their B y store whisk is one of the handsomwt to W found an the eoratry Q i SfI BOCK BEERH OUT TODAY FRANK FEHR BREWING COMPANY THE PHOENIX BREWING COMPANY PAUL REIS1NG BREWING COMPANY SCHAEFERMEYER BREWING COMPANY SENN ACKERMANN BREWING COMPANY THE GEO WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY iiNIGUTS OF UPLU t J US Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The fourth degree was exemplified in Rochester N Y last Sunda Centralla Wash will soon have a councilA will be Instituted at Salem Ore soon after Lent Twenty candidates received the first degree last week at Fort Wayne The building fund of the Syracuse Knights has passed the 40000 markTomorrow there will be a successful fourth degrgee exemplified at I OklaI was given twen tythree candidates in Indianapolis last Sunday week With the Initiation to be held after Lent there will be a marked increase in the membership in South DakotaThe new council instituted at Milbank S D has a membership of seventysix Another class is beI- ng l The secured fourth degree Knights of Os- wego N Y gave a St Patricks day entertainment for the benefit of tho St Vincent de Paul Society I Nebraska Knights are preparing for a big time in Omaha next May when the State convention and fourth degree initiation will take I placeThe fourth degree exemplification at Indianapolis on May 31 will be made the most brilliant occasion in the history of the order in the Hoosier State The first general assembly in In diana has just been organized by Master Edward Remmert taking in the assemblies of East Chicago Hammond and Gary ATHLETIC CLUB REUNION The Columbia Athletic Club had a reunion for its members and its friends Jast Sunday afternoon that many persons enjoyed There was sociability and good cheer upon all sides and Chairman Will Dennea was much gratified with the results The next affair to be given by this popular organization will be a lotto party at the club house 621 East St Catherine street on Monday evening April 20- GAYETY THEATER The Gayety Theaters offering for next week will be the mutual movie The Gangsters of New York in four parts and staged by James Klrkwood This is said to bea powerful sociological drama founded upon fact and demonstrating why the gangster exists and the remedy MILD BOCK BEER The Clay Street Brewery will to day place on tap a special brew of hock beer that is mild and pleasant to the taste It is made on the sorer of their famous common beer and will be found almost everywhere Orders may also be telephoned for delivery for home use NATIONAL THEATER TFor next week the National Thea ter offers another great bill headed 1ryt1IBfrl1 vastodonle mirth skew Powers Rlepliante a sixl yar Later of tbNN York Hip vac- a J CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR HOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louis vile Catering especially to Ladies and Children UndePttie satte mgtiagement Prestitligonly the stan4Ja- nd productions historic dramatic and comicr LADIES l 0 GET READY FOR EASTER Bring us your straw hemp and panama hats Have them cleaned dyed and reshaped in the latest 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Bay Wis Mdtt OBrien of Division 3 makes a splendid addition to the County BoardAttorney J J Kavanagh of Di vision 4 was the orator of the day at Mobile Ala Division 4 will meet Monday evening being the only division to meet next week- Cleveland Hibernians will en deavor to initiate 1000 new members on Sunday March 29 Vicar General Rev Father Cronlns talk on unity and harmony struck a responsive chord Chairman Tom Tarpy deserves much credit for the success of tho St Patricks day celebration Treasurer James Welsh of Divis ion 2 can always be found boosL ing the order and its projects Mrs Luke Moran Mrs Rose Ans bach and Miss Bertha King are on the Ladles Auxiliary sick list The home just purchased by Di vision 3 has received many flattering notices from our Hibernian and Catholic exchanges Massachusetts Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary have already made plans for their State conventions next August at Worcester Jeffersonville Hibernians held their celebration at the Dream The ater with an excellent programme and a large audience Cardinal OConnell officiated at tho mass last Sunday when tho Boston South End Hibernians received holy communion in a body Michael M Doyle nominated a Judge of the Washington Municipal Court of President Wilson Is Presi dent of Division 2 of that city The prediction of exState Presi dent George J Butler In regard to the success of the St Patricks day celebration was certainly verified Through the efforts of the Hlbei nlans of New Haven Conn the study of Irish history will be intro duced in the high schools of thai city Dr W J McCrann formerly of this city presided at the Hibernian celebration of St Patricks day at South Omaha which surpassed all previous records- Congressman Conry of Now York being 111 his place as St Patrick day orator at the Milwaukee celebration was taken by Hon Charles A Korbly of Indianapolis Everywhere throughout the coun try the Hibernians last Sunday morning attended their churches and received holy communion their attenItlonI four di- visIons of Columbus presented an ed ii tying spectacle last Sunday morning when they marched to St Patricks church Bishop Hartley and a num ber of priests were in the sanctuary BOOK BEER TODAY Once again the rampant billy goat with the flowing whiskers adotns the bill boards and show windows and the shivering world IsI given notice that spring is about to make her debut That is what the Bock means to all who are touch with German folklore and InII many more who do not know thing about Castle Elmbeck where the famous brew itsgot name but who know that Bock sounds mighty II good to them about this time every year The Germans have always been a poetic people and given to gladness and innocent mirth When II they are happy they want company not like the people who only in misery seek company and are selfish In their pleasures The German loves social Intercourse he likes to drink his beer among friends and that finds a high development In the peopleAwayGerman people found the long and I theylookedcoming of spring when they could enjoy life outdoor They celebrated with a Joyous festival the coming of spring and about the castles which were the centers of medieval life these festivals were of an importance equal to Christmas among the modern Germans It was occasIonthat ofSripenIngforing extra strong the poetic Germans named It Dock beer because like the billy goat It was liable to withsJEFFERSOXVILLE James Doyle seventyfour years old died at hiS home 601 Nest early11ondayafter a long Illness He was for worksbuteral years Mr Doyle was a native of Ireland but had lived in Jeffer sonvillo about forty years He Is survived by two sons James E and John S Doyle and two daughters I Misses Rose and Catherine L Doyle pracnStAugustinesI hisfuneralFatherHalpinrequiem high mass RECOVERED I GletusDradyOMonastery on the Newburg road has 111DeHotgrlpresume his priestly duties His Im reJoleIngamODIcommunity ST imiGIDS MISSION theOJPauJattaUteraka ktpwrrow at the lOEO oclock maM sirb et nlnr exerclaee din J C 4 iI 1 rrcrMenand 300 SHDfS h SpringII Goods AllSizes Spe ial- Today at 1981 a- tLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET t Quick Meal Gas Ranges Are Excellent Moot Excellent Specially adapted for the economical use of natural gas GEHER SON 215 W Market sear Seconding the week will be held at 730 oclock Rev Father Devery an Rev Father Allard two noted speakers of the Paullst order will conduct the exercises AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America IBy James A Rooney March 22 1896 The Right Rev Michael John Hoban conse crated Bishop of Malls and Co adjutor to the Right Rev Will iam OHara of Scranton Pa born at Waterloo N J June 6 1853 ordained at Rome May 22 1800 succeeded to the see Feb ruary 3 1899 built St Josephs Infant Asylum and the Maloney Home for the Aged March 23 1653 Father Peter Raffelx entered the Society of Jesus in his eighteenth year expedlItloni 1665 founded Christian Indian village of La Prairie now Sault St Louis and built St Francis church there missionary to the Seriecaa in 1680 died at Quebec In 1723 Marcht14 1663 Father Thomas Harvey S J ordained in England came to Now York as chaplain of Qov Dongan accom panted by leis fellow Jesuits Fathers Charles Gage and Henry Harrison arriving August 25 1683 labored in New York and Maryland until his death iin 1696 aged seven yone March 25 1824Act passed by the New York Legislature incor porating the Ursullno Convent of the City of New York with Mother Mary Ann Fagan Superior and Sisters Frances de Chantal Walsh and Mary Paul Baldwin who came from Black rock Convent Cork among the dncorporators March 26 1776 Padre Pedro Pont 011 M with Anzas expedition reached the aroyo of San Fran cisco and found still standing the cross planted by Padre Francisco Palou in 1774 on the extremity of the white cliff at the Inner point of the extreme entrance loI the harbor the original site o the present cityIMarch 27 Kelly born in Trllllck County bY1BIshop1833 said first mass in Saratoga in house of John Costlgan sailed for African mission with Bishop Barren December 21 1841 returned in ill health and was pas tor of St Peters Jersey City 186March 6 w NeYorkr of Father John c Drumgoole pioneer in the movement for the care of destitute children founder of the Newsboys Home and Mount LOrettb staten Island N Y which cost ove CjK1000000 and which on hi death he left free of debt sritotwool silk untf goto thread all at oribr t n- n t t IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges l Very Rev T OReilly of Mulla horan and Loughduff County Cavan has been raised to the dignity of a Canon of Ardagh diocese IMessrs James Marmlon of Kil I curry Patrick McGee of DunleerI DroghedahaveI Peace BalUnglasshasDr Foley as Inspector of Schools for the diocese of Klldare and LelghlInOn recommendation of Engineer Bergln the Athlone Town Council has decided to apply for a loan of 20000 to improve and ex tend tho water supply The Longford County Council has appointed the Rev P Redahan of Columbkllle a member of the School Attendance Committee for the Granard rural district- T Kingston of Rosscarbery was elected Master of Clonakllty Union by twentytwo votes to seventeen cast for J Lyons of Dereeveen There were five applicants The death of Alderman Dan ODonnell exMayor of SlIgo which occurred at his residence the Im pedal Hotel is announced He was very popular in the town and dis trictAn open verdict was returned at an inquest held at Loughrea on Michael Quinn a laborer who was found on the roadside about a mile from the town in an unconscious stateAt the Balllndine Petty Sessions two young farmers named Corr and Rhetlgan were prosecuted by the excise authorities for carrying guns without licenses on the lands of Burrish The Leltrlm County Council passed a resolution regretting the JudgeDrummondferred to County Longford and the Midland counties Much regret Is felt In Dromara and neighborhood at the death of Robert Gamble the former able and highly popular principal teacher of Carnew National School for nearly thirtyfive years The lakes around Boyle as well as the river which runs through the town have risen to an abnormal height many of the lowlying places adjacent to the lakes being com pletely submerged- At a meeting of Tyrone County Council It was decided by fifteen votes to six to purchase Dungannon House with fifty acres attached for the purpose of transforming it Into a county sanatorium Most Rev Dr Foley has written to M Governey Chairman of the Carlow Urban District Council sug thedlate Father Cullen of Tlnryland schoolpInthellsituationmonument over the grave and a stainedglass window In one of the churches IHAISE ARCHITECT ERIIART The Louisville Library Board has taken preliminary steps for two more branch libraries one for Butchertown and one for South Louisville In a motion at last weeks board meeting to thank the Building Committee Librarian George T Settle and the architect Fred Erhart for the successful com pletion of the Eastern Colored Branch Library Dr Mullins declared that in convenience ventila tion and facilities for work it was I superior to any in the city and that forII any future buildings that the boardI might erect Architect Erhart has also designed the new St Elizabeth church on Burnett avenue of which the Rev Father Assent is pastor and the new St Columba school to be erected by the Rev Father John D Kalaher work on both to be started before Easter St Elizabeths new church will cost 75000 and St Coluiioas school 12000 VETERAN FIREMAN Henry fHackemlller veteran volunteer fireman and a widely nown German resident of Louis ville passed away Saturday mrning at St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital death resulting from hardening of the arteries Deceased was a mem ber of St Josephs Orphans Society organlzatlons by a son George Hackemtller three daughters Mrs Joseph BlasI Mrs Joseph Overberg and Mrs John II Klein Jr a daughterinlaw Mrs Mary Hackemlller and sixteen grandchildren The body was rc moved to the residence of his daughter Mrs Joseph Overberg 530 iBeler via court the funeral be ing held Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands church VISITS HIS PARENTS James McDonogh the New York attorney has been spending a few days here this week with his father Edward McDonogh 1014 South Sixth street He was on route East from Milwaukee whore ho was an honor guest of the Milwaukee Hi daybanquetr YEAR nome ISSUED St Patricks church has just is completerdiagram of the parish load other useful Information SISTER SEVENTY YEARS uarpessalebratedsveptJethannlversarylUlaSJst tlal18hejOisedJ FRANK FEHR INCOnPOIlATED BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY QUB5 SPECIAL BREWI- s everyone SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE 1 FALLS CITY BREWING COe INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ord44 HomeITELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wait 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FAVORITES of Loolsvilles Partlcalar Sa1 bra TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equalln quality and flavor Homemade Unloajn d and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY w CO MAKKR8 SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKeT HERRMANN BROS r DPOAUR1 PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Dlttlllen Wkbleulel Deal en la Flawst Braada ef KM tekp WkMklts tall1 Pearl of Nelson1BOrlLKD IN BOND UU43e 14i i14SICT c i r c c S UOKY IRIS IIIERICAN What the Club Plan Is v And What It Means to You The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for Instance The membership fee on n 2500 purchase would be 75c The membership fee on a ljI 5000 purchase would be 150 The membership fee on greater purchases would of course be In proportion You are 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1111 INON flat tr 1 1 XKQ rBESH YOU the most of of U I n I SoJ 11 I III I 1110 P CANNON JR VIu Pin I That F 3IliI I lilt 1111 1LAWRENCE Ii YEEJlEMANII R BANNON PIPE CO cScwer ud Cvlvert Pip- eBaures Pateat Lidded Pipe far Shag Ceaitiiu Wall CejiiIq DralaTile Ttttiie Brkk Wire freeISI Fl u t Li1sjFire LICk Grate aMlBvUW Jib GrMai The Clay CkiataeyTsp 1 t OFFICE 526f WEST JEFFERSON II HOME l HONB plTY5717ii OUMB MAIN 507 WOItS itdnlNi Keck s4 Mgsla Ave list ftIlr4 IOtk tH I BARBOURVILL Editor Stung by Criticism Now Blames Inspiration of Menace ails to Answer Fellow Protcs nut Editor of Ills Own Town Rev Ambrose Kcger Pronoun u Few Questions For Like Fanatics REHASHES OLD MENACE fAKES A short time ago the Kentucky Irish American called attention to the fact that Kentucky Is be1ng cursed by having an apt pupil oC the Menace and its methods in the Mountain Advocate published at Darbourvllle and edited by one W H McDonald who is also Circuit Court Clerk of Knox county and who has also cut quite a prominent figure In Red Men circles many Catholics who are also members ior that order having had their eye opened to the character of McDo aid since the expose In these columns Many papers throughout the country commented on the vile poem entitled The Black Nunnery which was reprinted in these cc1 umns among them the Live Issue a Catholic publication of Now York which says The Mountain Adv cafe published at Barbourvllle Ity edited by the County Clerk of Knox county emboldened by the exaIJlple of the Menace published a disgust- Ing poem on The Black Nunner with vile attacks on the Catholici church and ending with a characteristic challenge It Is needless to say such agitation must produce results must produce evil consequences at least in the mental attitude of many people In the Peoples News published ia Barbourvllle also and edited by Charles Davis McDonalds narrow minded and prejudiced attitude Is criticised the editor stating that l he Is Protestant to the core but believes In fair play and that the at tltude of the editor of the Mountain Advocate is a hinder rather than a help to Christianity Editor Davis further adding that he is a believer In the golden rule Do unto other as you would have them do to you Stung by criticism and driven into a corner the Mountain Advoca editor devotes a twocolumn editorial to the Live Issue and Kentucky Irish American in his latest issu but fails to mention his fellow townsman Editor Davis TheI strongest reply which he makes I oI the Live Issue is that he is Circu Clerk and not County Clerk of Km county that he Is a true Americana Mason a Protestant a dyed in th3I wool Republican and a Prohibition 1st not even printing liquor advei tisements in his paper but as In theI case of all that class prints the ad vertisements of quack medicineI which contain a large percentage oft alcoholHere is another sample of the In telllgent logic contained in thisI bright example of A P A journal- Ism The priests are turned loosc upon the poor Ignorant peopl whom they compel to believe that the priests can remit sins and after a man has died the priest can pray him out of or through hell and by this cunning they fleece the poor widow out of whatever the poor devil had loft behind for their support a fee for his service In the way if praying a man through purgatory The Mountain Advocate then ater grudgingly concedes that ther I ire some good Catholics and someI women as good as angels also ea laming that he received his vileI poetry from the Menace seeming Lo target the case of the dupes n Philadelphia who were forced tot plead guilty for distributing a fake K of C oath sold them by the Menace the latter washing its handsI of its dupes after they were haulo Into court and in a letter to thel lawyer stated that they could not prove the genuineness of the oat ind only sold It as job work Me Donald further rehashes some of the old Menace lies about the murder or our Presidents by Catholics not even nvestigaUng on his own account or he would have discovered that theI Menace as in the other instances was deliberately lying For McDon Ids benefit and the readers of the fountain Advocate who are forces to read rehashed lies of the Menace Itt canbastated and proved tha Btooth the slayer of Lincoln was ii11 lason Guiteau the slayer of Gar Oeld a Second Day Adventlm preacher and Czolgosz the slayer of IcKlnley an anarchist and cone uently of no religion Aa the above editor confesses that the Menace is the fountain head of- all1 his knowledge pertaining to the athollc church the Kentucky Irish merican submits an extract from n pamphlet published by Rev Father Ambrose Reger of Corbin and of which It is suggested some fair minded citizens should secure R quantity and distribute in that section to counteract the effect of the ountaih Advocate and Its slstei sheet the vile and filthy Menace Lately the Menace brought an account of a fire that destroyed the jsjdence of a Protestant minister liti earborn Mich and accused tlu athoUcs of that place of being the- cauHOflt An investigation was made bY the police and the conse ace was that the minister hlmsell as arrested for the crime And yet- the Menace continues to repeat the ime chttFges How can one defend Imeelf against such unscrupulous taictlM 1Wb tcana wflUzropmWl smtleman do when a bad boy thrayrw mud at him Will hii obit the- chinu through the nir and repay- S Inault in like manner Hardly Is the Menas a fit family paper erUlalr not Bvppowi vsrytb4n r A llaverand Recommend It 1 HC Constance St Pittsburgh PaAug 1912 My daughter lost her memory about a year and a half ago was restless day and night 10 that feared that Iho would lose her mind because she Image lied not to be able to pray any more and felt lost forever She was treated In a hospital for seven weeks but no relief untfi a Reverend of the FassIonUU Convent recommended her Pastor Koenlrs Nerve Tonic After she had taken two bottles of It she was entirelY well again works every day and is happy and healthy I take the tonic myself whenever I am nervous and cannot sleep as It always gives me relief Mrs M Thaener Win sicennyearbut It was cured only at last by Pastor KoenIgs Nerve Tonic FREEA Valuable Rook on Her Disease ud a SuapU to any ddmi Poor pi also get the dldn free Frtptred by REV FATHM ICptmo fartWiTne lad Has 1876 sad sow by th KOENIG MED CO Chicago III- Ca W Ulc Strt DeAl Drbor- sale by Druggist it lprbottU 6t ttS Lari 8t e17S aottlforS9 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A o 8D- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDe mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFInancial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St WIl- lIams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T Kenney TreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Iiannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Monday Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hei sion Jr- TreasurerD f J Doughert- ySergeantatArms Martin J- Kallaher SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth StreetI President John H Hennessy Vice President Tliomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial SecretaryThomas J- I Langan TreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmg Thomas Far roll Sentinel M J McDermott y Jam I JLVOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin Treasurer Sebastlun Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentinelF E Gratzer Executive Committee Frank Adams Charles Raldy WIlliam Link contained In the Menace were true would It improve the moral atmosphere of your homo Would It1 make your wife your daughter or your son better and purer to real such filthy stories ugly and criminal suggestions Is the reading of the Monaco making a better Chris anythingLat all in this vile sheet make for higher perfection foi brotherly love for moro devotion tc God and Christian duty Does it ever contain anything at all that breathes the spirit of Christianity No never There Is nothing but fight hatred filth and mockery tho very opposite of the teachings of out Saviour who tells us to love out neighbor Decidedly if you have the morality of your dear ones at heart the Monaco la the last thing you want them to read A few questions 1 Would you want your church to be the object of a paper like the Menace 2 Did you ever hear of a similar publication Issued by Catholics and directed against another Christian denomination 3 Do the Catholics and their priests and Sisters of your acquaintance come up to the description aa given by tho Menace 4 Is the Catholic priesthood the only form of ministry that counts some unworthy members 5 Was the teaching of Christ bad because there was ore Judas x among the twelve apostles 6 Did you ever hear of the words See thou never do to another what thou wouldst hate to have done to thee by another rob 416 VINCENTIANS INCORPORATE The St Ceclllaa Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society Jmed articles of incorporation in the ICountr Clerks office the first of his week Being a society tor ex 1 iluelyely charitable purposes an- dlthe spiritual welfare of Its meat Oek1Ji6Jinoorpotoftare ohn J Lynn Peer Teylln and lobe T KII j P THRONGED 1 t Vns St Augustines Church When Stations Were Blessed Sunday talion ODonaglmc Prcaclic Sermon and Explains Their Meaning Station Figures in High Relit Arc Realistic and True to Lifc NAMES OF GENEROUS DONOR Last Sunday evening the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville was present at the solemn and impressive blessing of the beautiful new stations lately erects In St Augustines church Thirteenth and Broadway The auditorium of the church was thronged to its utmost capacity by the congregation and numerous friends from all parts of the city of the pastor Rev Francis Felten The stations of Rigallco ston composition show exquisite work manship in tho Romanesque style the figures in high relief being real Istlc and true to life the draperies falling In graceful folds of rich colorings while the blue sky of Jerusalem merges into opaline splendor and the palm trees and antlqu houses appear in the distance The frames of the stations seemingly of stone are embellished with gold With the Bishop and assisting IIIn the sanctuary were the Rev Father Patrick Monaghan H Jansen Roman Kremer Charles P Raffc Thomas White George Weiss Osca r Ackermann and Francis Felten A splendid musical programme was rendered during the evening The donors of the new stations are Jeremiah Bacon Phil Soden Mary Preston C A Brown Fred Erhardt Samuel L Robertson Gertrud OConnor Edward OConnor P Ban non Louisa Bannon John Whallen these three In memorIam and Mar McSteen The Rev Francis Felteu who is a priest of scholarly attain meuts has labored arduously amoni the people of his congregation for their spiritual and temporal welfare and his master Intellect designed the architecture of the hand some new church of St Augustine the most imposing church edifice for colored people In the South Bishop ODonaghue preached thi sermon saying In part that the Yay of the Cross recalls to mind the history of the redemption of the hu man race by the Divine Master am also the scones along the pathwa from the house of Pontius Pilate to Calvary on Good Friday Chris was tried as a criminal and a matE factor condemned to carry the cros and die an Ignominious death In the fourth station He meets his blessed mother who when she sees the bloodstained face of her Divine Son falls upon her knees and as she extends her hands toward him He speaks one word Mother Weal and exhausted from the heavyweight of the cross Jesus meets Simon the Cyrenlan a good man who Is coming home from his work with his three children and UK brutal soldiers force him to help out Sear Lord carry the cross for fearI He would die before his execution Divine grace illumined the face of Simon as he lifts the heavy weight from our Saviour In another seen he daughters of Jerusalem are weep- Ing for their Master but Christ says to them Weep not for me but foi Yourselves and your children Latei He Is stripped of his garments and is the rude soldiers prepare furor death the thought of every human being Is in his divine mind and the martyrdom that He suffers is for you and for me Therefore let us ever remember that his passion and death are the price of our redemp Ion After his crucifixion a good and pious man who had chiseled a vault from stone asked Pilate for the privilege of burying Christ On faster morn He rose glorious and rlumphant over sin and death Let us bear in mind that in mak ng the stations we walk over the same roadway of Christ and It la necessary to say some prayers and meditate upon these scenes In order to gain the Indulgence Pious tra litlons point out with tolerable accuracy the path of Christ on Good Friday and many thousands of pilgrims Journey over this roadway rltb deep religious feeling These new and beautiful stations are works oft art and I feel that they reflect reat credit upon the people and pastor of the Church of St Augustine OFFICERS ELECTED At the annuall meeting of the Orphans Pleasure Club held at the residence of Mrs Carrie E Waller 4117 West Broadway the following officers were chosen for the year 1914 President T W Vaughan Vice Presidents Thomas McShane and John C Glenn Secretaries IArthur Stern and E S Klosterman halrman Louis Kelfer The mem = I besrs of this club which has done i deli to bring happiness to the orphaDs of the city are considering ays and means for a fresh air out Ing for the little ones this summer and expect soon to decide upon what form of outing would prove most meflclal to the children SACRED HEART RETREAT There will be Lenten devotions morrow afternoon at 3 oclock at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the ewlnirg road consisting of the Way of the Cross sermon and bene dlcUon The sermon thus far have Henion the Peesionof Our Lrd- hilt that for tomorrow will deal with lxl marriages aa subject that ie tractinr widespread attention I It U+ oCooJ 1 Jot 1 11 1 1 1101 U ozJot III JI 11111 UoS 1111111 II I HERMAN fOURTH avenue STRAUScn SQlT The Great Lockhart MILL tND SALt Continues Only Two More Days Dont let rain snow blizzard nor anything else keep you away from this great sale We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates ++ 1 + 1011111111111111Tn 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 Xaviers LaundryHome Shawnee 1462 Cumberland West 462 FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREADM- ade in the Largest and 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