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I c WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office Your Next Order I VOLUME IINO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 28 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS UNJUST Louisville Times Unfair in Crit icism of Jefferson County- Reprcsentfltivcs Singles OutSenators Knight and Robertson For Discrlm i 1 I ination Prohibition Chief Cause of the failure of Recent General i Assembly ATTENTION TO JUDICIAL RACES f r i In unison with the policy of the majority of papers throughout the State the Louisville Times has ex tended Itself in choosing Invectives In Its description of the late General Assembly but has specialized by attacking the Senators and Repre sentatives from Jefferson county especially the former and to date tins had no word of praise for Sen ators Knight Robertson or Huffaker even misrepresenting the facts In the good roads bill whch was a pet measure of the Times the associate editor Robert J McBryde making a personal trip to Frankfort in the in terest of the bill and congratulating Senator Robertson for his efforts in having the bill brought from the Rules Committee and for the fight made on the floor by him and his associate Senator Charles Knight Since the adjournment this same associate editor has written that Speaker Claude Terrell Lieut Gov McDermott and Senator Huffaker deserve alt of the credit for the passage of the good roads bill ignor ing the other two Louisville Sen ators whom Senator J F Bosworth a Republican and author of the self same bill complimented In the high est terms for their hearty efforts in behalf of the measure yet the Times goes out of Its way by insinuation and inuendo to cheapen these two men in the esteem of their con stituents Then again the workmens compensation bill which Is considered one of the most important pieces ot legislation passed by the Legisla ture was made a law through the signal efforts of Senator Knight who Introduced it in the upper body and luring hll Illness It was carried to a f successful conclusion toy Senator iifJJJV ebeft eRIooeIRgeJld y tbEI- J IJ1 manufac ut ers IPId employers asso clatlons and the lawyers represented by Senator Huffaker but of which there has been no mention in the Times columns nor of the part taken by the Louisville delegation which voted solidly against tho Insurance bill with the exception of A Spahn The banking bill which prescribed a guarantee of bank deposits and was bitterly opposed by bankers throughout the State because of its Socialistic tendencies was defeated mainly through the efforts of our Junior Louisville Senators for which they received the praise and commendation cf bankers and financiers and last but not least these two gentlemen exerted every method of diplomacy and parliamentary tactics In their command to delay action on the Statewide prohibition bill their gallant fight against the sus pension of rules In the House aiding considerably in the defeat of the measure which if successful would bave meant the destruction of many KentuckY Industries and the throw Ing out of employment of many thousands of men and women In ad dition to a heavy increase in Ken tuckys taxation burden which Is being further added to by the deficits of pauper counties and which are the loudest In their cry for Statewide prohibition- Th defects of the late General Assembly can be charged directly to the prohibition craze which over shadowed all other legislation but IIt Is unjustly unfair to charge the Louisville delegation with this neglect and the action of the Louis ville Times Is condemned by all fair minded men regardless of political affiliation when It Is taken Into consideration that Senators Knight and Robertson and the few other representatives not approved by the Times were always found on the side of good government legislation for Which fact Louisville and Jeffer son county should be duly grateful Another phase of the knocking feat ure but wnlch is practically con fined to the outIntheState papers lsthatwhile they are loud in thelr denunciation of the last General Assembly in one column of their paper in another column they are found tolling with all sincerity of the perfect control of exGoy Beck hampver that body riot seeming to realize tliat the failure or success of which shouldbe charged to listening k Its mat rJI VolCj Representative George B Barrett In avi ltjo tills office tho other day stated that he wished to deny the assertion jn the dally papers that lila boxing bill was unreported for passage because ot a trade made with the supporters of the redlight bill which was also withheld for passage Mr Barrett further states that he had ienougk pledged votes for the passage of hls iyUl and Was un able to push the meastre on account of Illness during thllaSt several days of the legislative lonAn other mlmtatemnt of tti dally preoa was that John Schneider of the local labor body was responsible for the passage of the plUmbera bill when the fact remains that the sole creditor the pushing of thist mwwure belongs to IthomM 3C lly buine- MIst r otrtJw Plamb wiVLcoal whe c- e uft l WI pMtIfa if t jt i I i KENTUCKY IR1u AMERICAN and which Is attested to by the different representatives Schheldei was also given undue credit for the passage of tho workmen compensa tlpn bill according to reliable authorities As predicted In the columns of the Kentucky Irish American recently the proceedings of the Kentucky State Federation of Labor which are just being issued will put nn awful crimp In the Gubernatorial aspira tions of Agricultural Commissioner Newman as it contains photograph checks of onefourth of the annual salary of former Labor Inspector Ben Sand same being indorsed by a H McCarthy and then in turn by Newman himself which role Is not very consistent with the high and mighty attitude he assumed when dismissing Sand for exposing the labor record of the then Bull Moose candidate for Mayor and which at titude was highly approyed of by the Haldeman papers which In their further regard for Democracy en deavored to show the Democratic campaign committee in the light of falslfler after the recent election Now that It Is practically con ceded that Congressman Swagar Sherley will have no opposition In the Democratic primary of August next the attention of all the local politicians is being directed to the Judicial nominations of the August primary of 1915 which Iis a freefor all one and to date there have been many names suggested for entrance in the contest for the six Democratic Judgeship nominations among whom are Charles F Taylor Clem Hugglns Loraine Mix Edward P Humphrey Eugene Atkisson Merit ONeal Thomas A Barker R J Hagan R W Blngham Robert L Page Morton I1C Yonts Thomas Walsh and others tt Is also expected that Judges Lincoln Field Quarles Smith Gor don and Gregory will all be candi dates for reelection HONORS CHIEF JUSTICE WHITE Edwnrd Douglas White Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States has been awarded the Laetare medal for 1914 by Notre Dame University Chief Justice White has been chosen as the recipient of this signal honor the highest bestowed on any Catholic layman In America because of his work both as a man of learning and as a Jurist Although the announce ment of the name of the recipient is made on Laetare Sunday the medal is not conferred until a later date In selecting the date for the actual conferring of the medal the CO- nvenience of the recipient is taken Into consideration On the occasion of the bestowal of this honor the presence of noted members of the Roman Catholic hierarchy In the United States and distinguished personages among the laity lend an especial brilliancy to the affair oplTohnOllmarySliea following year It was given to Pat rick J Keeley architect It was then conferred In succession on Eliza Allen Star Gen John Newton Pat rick B Hickey Anna Hanson Dorsey William J Onohan Daniel Dough erty iHenrv F Brownson Patrick Donahue Augustine Daly Mrs J Sadlier Gen William S Rosecrans Thomas Addis Emmet Judge Tim othy E Howard Mary Gwendolin Caldwell John A Crelghton W Bourke Cochran John B Murphy Charles J Bonaparte Richard C Kerens Thomas B FItzpatrick Dr Francis Quinlan Katherine Conway James C Monoghan KatherIne F Tleman Dr Maurice Francis Egan Agnes Reppller Thomas Maurice Mulrey and Charles Hebberman LEXINGTON John E Fitzgerald born In Mason county fortyfive years ago but a resident of Lexington for the greater part of his life died Saturday at his home In that city following an ill ness of several months duration Ten years ago the deceased entered the City Auditors office as a deputy under Mayor Thomas A Combs and was appointed Auditor to succeed Moses Kaufman when the Commission Government when into effect In January 1U13 He was considered one of the most expert accountants In the Stati and was an unusually popular official He was the son of John C iFitzgeraldk who for many years had the contract to repair the road and keep the toll gate on this end of the Lexington and Maysvllle pike Mr Fitzgerald never married and surviving him are his aged mother Mre Johanna Fitzgerald a brother W G Fitzgerald Secretary of the Central Construction Company and three sisters Misses Katherine Margaret and Josephine all of Lexington He was a member of the Y M I and of the Knights of Columbus and was one of the most widely known and highly respected men in the Bluegrass section BISHOPS JUBILEE Tuesday July 28 will mark the twentyfifth anniversary of the or dlnatjott pf Bishop Busch of Lead S Dv to tho sacred priesthood The priests of the diocese hAve sent out 91 call for a grand convention of the Holy Name Society In harmony with the Right JRev Bishops wishes this convention will assume the nature of a Diocesan Eucharistic Congress and will be held as a part of the jubilee celebration on July 28and29 in R ldCltYt South Dakota 1 FORTY HOURS Forty Hours deyotlona will begin HpI1TrlnltreJ CutralsUJtIpMewaid Fatker Curreaa JIa apI11W allI the merabsM of the congregation aa 7jjfrf it i FJ I u U CANAL TOLLS Nathaniel T Crutchfleld Points Out Rights of United States Congress Has Absolute Right to Pass Free American Vessels Submission Would Mean Sur render of Power Over Our Own Affairs NO TREATY PROVISIONS VIOLATED Just now when the Carnegie fol lowers and proBritish are endeav oring to coerce President Wilson and Congress upon tho policy to bo pursued in the operation of the Panama canal thinking men will find food for thought In the follow ing from the pen of Nathaniel T Crutchfleld who views his subject from all sides and presents facts that can not be controverted Mr Crutchfleld says The question of the right of the United States to grant the privilege of free passage through the Panama canal In contemplation of the Hay Pauncefote treaty prohibiting discrimination in the matter of tolls seems to be agitating the President and other statesmen at Washing ton It is contended on the one part that the recent Panama canal act is a violation of this treaty and that the law should be repealed or at least In pursuance of another treaty with Great Britain that the question be submitted to the arbitra ment of The Hague Tribunal On the other hand it is shown that the canal was built on Ameri can territory and that the provis ions of the treaty have no applica Lion to a waterway within the ex clusive dominion of the United States that there Is no violation of treaty and that the Congress of the United States has the absolute right to remit or collect tolls on tho vessels of this country at Its dis cretion If those propositions are considered calmly and without prejudice it would seem that there should be no difficulty in arriving at tho correct solution of the matter Wh nthe MayPatincOfote treaty was g U t d h propos d canal was to be built on foreign territory the Nicaragua route being then chiefly In contemplation the acquisition of the Canal Zone by the United States on the Isthmus of Panama not being even thought of and cer tainly not seriously considered at that time This treaty had reference to the Nicaragua canal as did Its predecessor the ClaytonEulwer treaty although the terms might have been more comprehensive In their scope hut In no event did either treaty contemplate a canal excavated on territory exclusively within the dominion of the United StatesThe HayPauncefote treaty was In fact a pure concession by this Gov ernment to Great Britain gratuitous without any substantial considera tion It purported to be a substitute fo rtho ClaytonBulwer treaty and to tako the place of the latter which was thereby abrogated But this ClaytonBulwer treaty had long been regarded as of no binding effect Its provisions were openly violated and Ignored by Great Britain in Its colonization and exer clee of jurisdiction over the Mosquito Coast which was expressly forbidden by the treaty It was later by no less authority than some of our most eminent Secretaries of State denounced as obsolete and of no binding force upon the United States It has also been shown by the records at Washing ton that the ClaytonBulwer treaty In the form in which it was pro mulgated was never ratified by tho United States Senate But let us assume that both treaties were duly and lawfully made and ratified and that dEe crimtntUlori Is forbidden In the matter of tolls between the vessels of all countries the United States In cluded What possible ground has Great Britain upon which to base a complaint If tim United States re mits the tolls on certain American vessels The only effect of this remission so far as any other country Is concerned Is that It is the grant Ing of a bonus or subsidy if You please to our coastwise vessels to the extent of the tolls which would regularly and without that remission by the Government be due Is it the concern or business of any other country how wa contribute that bonus whether we collect It turn Jt into the treasury and pay it over again to the vessel from the payment ot tolls In the first instance and thus avoid unnecessary book keeping The result is precisely the same save the expense to Jhe United States of the collection and disbursement and certainly no for eigner Is injured by that method It is well known that Great Britain gra tH large subsidies to steamship lines for vessels plying be fcween her sorts atUthe pprtfflfAjila and SquUi yAmereat raanyrtqt whohJ w1L pass nth Jr coUJuHhr Jgh Pan8jnacaaal 1f4we re deIe4 the rifOd 11ialitt islJI o- rojaoour own hiaiwe not 4hat1preath4JJLl 1 pMrg thx0u4J7 p1l ttViewe JDMlh Ml Iigr4t1aL fJn Jii r ira erclse the sovereign rights that all nations possess of appropriating our own money as to the Government seems just The question of policy whether It Is expedient for our country to Inaugurate even in a llm Ited way a system of granting bonus to our vessels Is a matter by itself It is riot the concern of any foreign I country and to submit a question of I otherII I independence as a nation and the I powerIRECENT DEATHS Death has again invaded the Cathedral parish and summoned another of Its pioneer members Mrs Mary Goodwin widow of George Goodwin who was In her eighty fourth year Her tuneral took place Friday morning I The funeral of Sister Agatha of St JosenhB Hospital Lexington took place at Nazareth last Tuesday the deceased having been a member of the Nazareth ordjr for fifty years The only relatives surviving her are William Sullivan und Mrs George W Sullivan of this cltjf Funeral service over the remains of Fred J Huhn son of Mr and Mrs Fred Huhn were held Tuesla morning from St Anthonys church Though only twentythree years old he was a popular musician and hall a wide circle of friends Besides his parents a brother and a sister sur vive himijt Miss Ella Mage seventy years old and well known Jit Louisville died Wednesday afternoon at the home other brothBrlnlawjjiPatrlck Kirby at Maplewood Station The funeral services were heldvFrlday morning at St Georges church Rev Father Weiss being thocelebrant of the requiem high mass The funeral of Mrs Johanna Wal lace beloved wife of Dennis Wallace 1715 Payne street nnd mother of James Wallace took place Tuesday morning from St Frances of Rome church Rev Thomas White being the celebrant of the requiem mass Mrs Wallace was slxt tour years old and had long been fgsjdent of the East End Many rlendst1 deep sympathj for Orvlllo and Esyina Mitchell 939 Ellison avenueJifrpiiv whose home the Angel of Deal has taken their baby daughterrjMaTRaret Elizabeth I The little one Wthei Joy of their I home until stflckSa with pneumonia I WeduesdaIJ Louis cemeteryiwK elgrtyJaf the honie of her Jsonlnlaw John Brumleve 1533 West Madison Ie She was a native of Ireland but had lived In this city since herI girlhood Surviving her are one daughter Mrs Margaret Brumleve and five sons Patrick Joseph Thomas William and Martin Sweeney The funeral was con ducted from the Sacred Heart church Thursday morning attendel by many old friends and acquaint ances The funeral of J Bernhard Brum leve whose Illness had been noted several weeks ago was held Monday morning from St Martins church of which he had been a faithful mem ber Surviving him are his widow and one son William Brumleve Assistant Secretary of the Board of Safety two sisters Mrs John Holt man and Mrs John Lechlelter and three brothers Theodore Henry and Aloysius Brumleve The deceased was a native of Louisville and had spent his life In the candy business m m By the death of John Senn Sr St Helens congregation loses one of Its pioneer and most highly respected members Coming here over half a century ago he led an active and useful life being engaged in farming near Shlvely until about five years ago He was a brother of Frank Senn and Mrs Marie Hlllerlch and Mrs Katherine Mueller Besides his wife and two daughters Mrs Marie Wllker and Mrs Katherlne Mueller six sons John Martin Frank Jor soph William and George Semi ear vlve him His funeral was heldI Monday morning Rev Father Pfeifer officiating at the solemn high mass of requiem the church being thronged with relatives and old friends PKOTEST TO SENATORS The executive officers ot the Louis ville Federation of Catholic Societies met last week and adopted a strong protest against the literacy test in the Immigration bill now pending in the United States Senate The fol lowing telegraphic protest signed by President Peter S Ganz and Secre try Thomas J Dolan was sent to Senators James and Bradley and President WIlson We the officers of Jefferson County Federation Catholic Societies in special meeting assembled in Louisville wish to register our pro test In the name of 65000 Catholics of this county against the pending Immigration bill as to the literacy test as such measure is toprcst lctiyp proscriptIve unreasonable and unAmerican Senator James presented the pro Sdartogetl1erltbNewport Rvhl ton Latorii and otrJf4h stands BEAD FOR EASTER The work ot improving the in OflilJtJeltuJctbJHchoClararidWalnut dflP1 1 tali P f rPftIIf trc f Jhi Ud lr COLUMBIANISM lion John II Itcdilin Writes of This Great Catholic Society Knights Have Respect For Re ligious Convictions of Their Fellow Citizens Teach Patriotism anti Love For This Republic and Its Institutions BEGINNING OF A GREAT WORK So much has been written and read of late concerning the bogus Knights of Columbus oath that the following on Columblanlsm Today and Tomorrow by Hon John H Reddin of Denver will be of Interest to the masses of the people The history of the order tQ this time Is replete with constructive work The pioneers who blazed the trail from New England across the tortuous ways of the great South andI Westthose who survive today may find ample compensation for the travail they endured In the superb fruitfulness of their labors The present sees us well toward the zenith Tomorrow what of It First taking up the order as a great factor In our present day American civilization he continues Some good people honest people but dupes nevertheless of designing wicked and bigoted menbelieve that the Knights of Columbus have grown up In a night to tear down the great structure of American liberty which we and our forbears helped to erect They are builders these Knights ot Columbusnot wreck era ibullders of characterbuilders- of educationbuilders of all those things that make for honesty and morality In public and private places They are not the outgrowth of any sudden spasm They have been a third of a century In the forming They have been teaching their as ociates charity and fraternity They eatfc patriotism love for this re ubiwand Its institutions They have profound respect for the sincere religious convictions of their fellow fzensot whatever creed They practice those principles ot morality taHghsJrs thestme prn clples profepsed by their nonCatholic 1nolghboraas prqmul gated and defined by the Roman Catholic church Not much danger to society In that Neither do we believe there Is danger to this republic from any denomination of Chris tians whatever The peril lies In godlessness and atheism and the Immorality that follows In their wake These good peopleChris tians no doubtmight well work with us for the good of our country on the plans proposed by the Knights of Columbus The Knights of Columbus fs numerically the greatest Catholic fraternal society In the his tory of Christendomexcept perhaps the ancient Guilds of England France and Germany They were primarily Catholic essentially fraternal and sought also social and economic betterment The Knights of Columbus Is their llegitimate successor Its very numbers combined with the quality and Intelligence of Its membership enable It to make a profound Impression on the public mind In any great movement for the public good Its power Is great If used wisely society will benefit If left dormant the organization will decay If unwisely used our great order will crumple and perish Are we at the pinnacle of achievement What of tomorrow Jttfst as surely as the falling grains of sand In the hour glass mark the extinction of time JUst so surely will the Knights of Columbus disintegrate as a factor of social value and Influence unless It keeps doing thingsbig things things worth whilethings which bring truth and knowledge and help fulness and happiness to the whole people of this republic Today we are In the beginnings of what I believe to bo the greatest work of the centurya line of work which reaches out and beyond our membership It has been likewise easy to bring this about Just a little perseverance Today we are sending out valiant and well equipped men to fight the monster now stalking across the country which would destroy religion the home the family society unit civil property rights Socialism le the present day peril of America It must be met with the weapons of Catholic truth in the one hand end education in theothen The Socialist Is aggressive We Dave been quiescent too long There are other evils that menace our civil and social life but I have not space to discuss them here They are rapidly becoming problems The burden of their right solution will rest upon the Catholic churchall others seem to be at seaand so we will continue to send out our intelligent and capable Catholic laymen until every citizen Catholic and nonCatholic alike In every city aad town and village and hamlet in the country has heard their voics AU my experience confirms this trjitb djetrust and hatred of the Catholic church Is due to Ignorance qt the churchs history lts practices and Its religious and moral phllqtr ophy When knowledge replacea Ignorance dtatrust lndJhatrd will y IhalJ the nlght vanIshes in ihit k adJUng gJory ot Iha lILT This vem8nt willie dflfandlHg vi1 soctty aKalql the 1MflRt11re of oC1ahIsnm anarc- lilJIswh14 ttipt to r j D r- 4 i- t1 change a social atmosphere of Ignorance distrust and hatred to one of understanding sympathy and love LIKES TIlE SOUTH Attorney J J Kavanagh who was the St Patricks day orator at Mobile Ala arrived home fhe first of the week and is loud in praise ot Mobile and its citizens During his stay there he had the great pleasure of meeting Right Rev Bishop Allen Bankers McDermott and Staples John A Hughes Major Glennon Col S J Lyons Hon H A Craft Dr Rabbi Moses and others prominent in the business and social life of the city Mr Kavanagh says Mobile is one of the most progressive cities he ever visited with the hospitality of the South and the hustle and bustle of the North evident on every side The city Is metropolitan In every respect and the St Patricks day parade and banquet equalled those of New York Boston Philadelphia or Chicago where the sons of Erin are more numerous He was also struckby the bay and harbor which are NaplesMrdays In New Orleans where ho was entertained by Walter Higgins formerly of Louisville Dr Felix Gaudin Raoul Ruz James B Pike and T C Poole His trip was most enjoyable and he says that he now likes no section of the country better than the South ST MARYS CHURCH Tomorrow evening at 730 oclock there will be a beautifully Impressive ceremony at St Marys church Eighth qnd Grayson streets of which the Rev Father B H Westermann- Is pastor This will be the blessing- of a most artistic and handsome ST Joseph group the work of one of Germanys most famous artists It was received here this week and was at once placed in position Just outside the altar railing It depicts the death of St Joseph with the Saviour- on the right and the Blessed Virgin on the left side the figures being Ife size the whole being about twenty feet in height The facial e pression of each figure is sublime and portray the feelings of the three most forcibly This group is indeed- a real work of art and is the gift of ai lady who desires that her name remain unknown The blessing will be made memorable by the presence- of those priests who wore ordained from this parish and the old members all of whom are extended an invitation to be present by Father Westermann The blessing will take place during the solemn vespers when Father Westermann will be as sisted by Fathers Reverman Weiss and John OConnor Rev Father Schuhmann of St Johns wilt preach the sermon The choir will render a special musical programme ind all thorpld members arid friends of St Marys will be welcome ALWAYS LABORS FRIEND Socialists and numerous other clans of their Ilk strive to persuade thoughtful people that the Catholic church has ever been allied with what they derisively term capital By this they mean that the church has taken her stand on the side of the predatory rich to help crush the poor With their false statements they win many to their cause Frof E Francis Mohler claims that Instead of being the enemy of labor the Catholic church Is the mother of labor unions He writes It takes but a slight knowledge of history to refuto such contentions Labor leaders God save the name have from time to time striven to turn the modern labor movement to their own personal gain with the cry that the Catholic church Is opposed to the organization of laboring people and that she has ever discountenanced such proceedings In the Age of Faith purposely miscalled by many The Dark Ages Catholics went to the extreme of sacrifice to erect throughout Europe those churches and convents which are the wonder of the world They labored not for years but for centuries putting Into each simple task all that was best In their nature These un dertakings were so gigantic that they necessitated the dwelling of the laborers and the artists In the neigh- bOrhood of the work they were doing Vast numbers of men of trades re airing mechanical skill and long practice built their simple dwellings around about the work they were engaged in Sanctified both by their purpose and the surroundings mason clove to mason carpenter to carpenter goldworker to goldworker for temporal advantage These men were Catholics their work was devoted to Catholic purposes These Catholic labor unions of the olden day accomplished great things which led to Insurance of many kinds and in some of the continental wars their love of country was so strong that they wero mustered into service Other things they did but In each endeavor Is apparent thelr Catholic origin and their Catholic alms CONVERT ENTERS CONVENT Miss Mabelle Sargent formerly of Terre Haute lad has entered a convent at JMontreal Miss Sargent Is a convert to the church of recent date Her fattier Frank P Sargent was prominent Mason and was for a time the Grand Master ot the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen Hew Commissioner of tabor under President RooseVelt HOLY WEEK JIETREAT Rev Tather James M GUlls of the Paullst Fathers of NOW York wilt conduct a retreat durlag Holy Week at81 poluinbaacburcb r tt- ginn1n Sunday AJjrkJi Vktk a er mon lath evening at 730JocIoclc This retreat will close oa Easter pkmday evenJmjr at 7 8 0 bclook when the rlblb g frill 1 e g VnU mbe F WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK J Give This Office Your Next Order r WILL PASS Home Rule For Ireland Still Holds Upper Hand in Parliament Past Week Has Been Marked by Disturbing anti Critical Situations Asqulth Repudiates Guarantee Given Mutinous Britlsli Army Officers NATIONALISTS STANDING FIRM This has been an exciting and momentous week for the Irish home rule cause In Parliament but as we go to press it seems that the threat ened Uangor have passed and that Parliament will place the bill on the statute books without further coq OrangebpposltonEdward Carson The first disquiet itmongthewhen numbers of officers In Ulster resigned rather than obey orders Threats of a crisis In tlfe army if a movement of regular troops was un longbeenquartersItIng of a limited number of troops was ordered so the military authorities might gather an Idea as to how threateneddlsaffectlon activity prevailed at the War Office and in the other departments of the Government and now the officers concerned are performing their duties which duties naturally Ins clude obedience to orders This would indicate the threatened mutiny has developed Into a fiasco KingGeorgepartIndisposElion the recalcitrants Liberalism will not flinch one Inch before the arrQ gant and Insolent plague of Tory byDavidotJlberalscountry is confronted with the grav est Issue In the history democraticgoyernmenisJricetbe days Stuarts he continued Repro entatlve government la this land Is ai stake I am here on behalf of the Government to saiwemean to confront this defiance of popular liberties with resolute and unwavering determination whatever the hazard may be We are not lighting about Ulster or flghtfngforliberty of this land Although It was generally con ceded on Thursday the dispatches say that Premier Asquith had re gained the upper hand In Parliament the Government is by no means alto gether out of trouble It has stilt to deal with the army officers in Ire land under the new conditions es tabllshed by the Premiers speech In the House of Commons BrIg Gen Gough declares that this will mean wholesale resignations and the disruption of the army The Premiers speech won back the support not only of the Liberals but of the Irish and Labor members of Parliament by the stand it took in repudiating the guarantee given to the mutinous army officers in Ireland that they might decide whether or not they would serve against the Ulster UnionistsThe Post a Liberal newspaper says that the month of June Is given as the latest date fOIi a general election It Intimates that as a result of the intervention of King George dn agreement has been reached by the Unionists and the Liberals under the terms of which the home rule bill and the Welsh disestablishment bill shall be passed with the understanding that a general election shall follow The only thing not absolutely settled in the agreement between the parties says the newspaper was whether the plural voting bill also should be passed The difficulties in regard to this latter bill are likely td toe sur mounted however John JRedmond the Irish leader and the Nationalist members at Parliament have remained serene confident that the home iuldl bilL will pass by consent Carsons reign s of violence now being at an end 1 IACKIN COUNCIL The meeting of Mackin Council Y M I on Monday night was well attended the Interesting feature bring time spirited debate upon the Panama canal toll Question Hi BIanfprd and Richard Shelley adve toastwl clslon For Monday nl ht there will be something entirely now Wlrta William A Link will discus eleci triclty and give a miniature dlspltLyT J1tThornto1rthat the council would visit St CrPasslonSu1darCommunion in a body at tie 780 odock mass As this tfe the annual Ewer communion Itla ther duty ot every member Maekltt t bi i re rt eat Last Anight a pinoOle esntelI I OIUfuI Uw MXt ithIW wesha I Jr a A 3 I y- t 4 iT 1 t KENTUOKY Y IBH JMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGtN aveted to the Social Mil Moral WviBcemeawat alt Irish Ariels and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mena Institute and Catholic KnlghU of America PubllhrsiSUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC sat t4 t till uJym PoMoBlct u 8eondClu netNr- A4lreu all GOlIlllulIlaUo to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West ken St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 28 1914 WIlY THEY ARE THRONGED r NonCatholics frequently expres surprise hi the large attendant every Sunday at Catholic churches But Catholics are not surprised says the Sacred Heart Review The know that If they do not hear mass on Sunday they are not Catholics at all The church declares that to absent ones self from mass wilfully on Sundays or on holy days of obll gallon IB a mortal sin and wilful and persistent massmissing make Catholics outcasts from the house ofI lalth Careless and Indlfferen though many Catholics may seem Ingly be there are few Indeed who would care to Incur that penalty For deep down In the heart of the Catholic Is a love and veneration for the holy mass the great sacrifice first offered by Christ Himself The little Catholic child comIng to the use of reason learns from his catechism Remember thou keep holy the Sabbath daylteep It holy by hearing mass by prayer another pious acts and he learns too the precept of the church biddIng him To hear mass on Sundays andI holy days and that to disobey thIs command Is to commit a mortal sin But even before the catechism wasI placed In his hands or Its wordsI repeated to him he knew that go lug to mass was the great duty and privilege each Sunday brought His very earliest memories are of being taken to mass by father or mother and of the awe and rev erence that filled his heart when told that Christ Himself was present 01 the altar An aged priest in a big Americas city loved to tell his people about when he was a little child am I walked through a path In the woods his hand held fast in Lit mothersto a village chapel miles distant They started on the journey at dawn to be in time for mass That was the beginning of my training for the priesthood he e U n iMymother taught me that no sacrifice was too great to make If by making it we could hear mass Some particularly among the younger men may attend because theyare obliged to hear mass under pain of mortal sin but the vast majority are there because they could not stay away Their souls hunger for what the mass can give strength sustenance and the peace ol God NATHAN Why the appointment of Earnest Nathan aa representative of Italy at the San Francisco Exposition This question is being constantly asked but as yet there has been given only one reasonable answer and that Is this In Europe there is not a more k wily politician than the Premier of Italy He is regarded as a sphinx noted for the discrimination which he manifests in being able to disen cumber himself of inconvenient s people Now he has no liking that Nathan should contest the municipal elections of Rome next June and therefore the exposition in the great city of the West comes opportunely The post means for Nathan a year out of Rome and tills again means seated in the historic Capitol a body of City Fathers after the Premiers heartPUBLIC POLICY ANW VOWS A case of particular interest to re ligious orders in this country has been brought before the Supreme Court of the United States and its decision promises to have farreach ing consequences among all who bind themselves by a vow of poverty A United States Circuit Court of Ap 0 peals has already ruled such a vow to be against public policy basing Its position we believe on the well known tendency of the civil law to protect the family or relatives In the matter of the transfer by Inheritance The present question as ex plained by the Providence Visitor arises out of the death of Father Wuth a Benedictine who at the time of his death In 1901 was in charge of a German Catholic church at Springfield Mimi He had been member of the order for about fifty j versand like all others who em brass the religious life took his vows with the Hsaal lIBt1erdrag eoa o rnlHg the possession of property Kin rights were transferred to the order and in return it became obli gated to educate maintain and support him for life Father Wuth was the author of several books and 1time1 eion of bin superiors lie lead beam ill= lowed to retain In his own name the sum of about a thousand dollars Shortly after his death the Probate Court of Brown county Minn recognized certain relatives as his heirs and entitled to the property am later the United States Circuit Cour upheld this decision stating tha the vow of poverty is against public policy and therefore void The Su preme Court has now the matter un der consideration and In whateve way It sees fit to decide the partic ular case which has in it feature that are exceptions rather than theI rule there is no danger that its rul- Ing will create a situation whicl will render It impossible for the orders and congregations to continue to exist here in America a thing which has been predicted in cerldli quarters by men who do not know THE BEST ANSWER IWe are not so much concerned about the wild statements made by antiCatholic papers and agitators awe are about the more Insidious mis statements coming from apparently respectable sources says the Tru Voice The former deceive none ex cept hopelessly Ignorant or thos who want to be deceived The latter are accepted readily by those who usually are well Informed and whos I toIargu I with an Ignoramus or a fool He 1Is Insensible to argument The man lwhoI wants to be deceived or who wants to believe evil of his neighbor I is either hopelessly Ignorant or he 1Is vicious In either case he should be left to himself But the seeker afterI truth should be enlightened His I misconceptions are not his fault so much as they are his misfortune They can be removed by the dispas I sionate presentation of the truth It is this sort of nonCatholic who should have our attention and not I the wildeyed ranter who Is seeking trouble rather than Information Some day ho may awake to the fact that ordinary people do not pay mutt attention to his rantlngs which usually refute themselves anyway The best argument against calumny I Is a blameless life That will con vince where torrents of words will i have little or no effect It Is a poor policy to Imitate the tactics of irresponsible enemies of the church al this time Not by angry recrImina- tion I but by conduct of the children lis the church defended against the kind of unjust accusations that anII the stock in trade of the rabid antlI Catholic agitators Where questions of doctrine are raised we can reply with the truth But when some un clean caluminators choose to wallow in the gutter it Is beter to leave them there They are in their element and all decent people an quick to recognize It They arc also comparatively harmless METHOD IN MADNESS Although Kentucky receives prac tically no Immigrants all of the Ape societies throughout the State have been petitioning our Senators to vote for the bill demonstrating that their real opposition to immigration lies in their fear of more additions to fast growing Catholicity HENRYS DOTAGE Henry Watterson editor of the CourierJournal still continues to Insult Cathqlfolty in his cabaret letters written from Europe but is excused by many because of the natural tendency to crabbiness In his old age PRESS FIGHTERS The Ulster Orangemen led by Sir Edward Carson in their opposition to home rule for Ireland are fighting fiercelyIn the newspapers The leading article In the latest issue of the Aurora gutter Journal is an hysterical attack upon the dally newspapers of the United States their great news gathering agency the Associated Press the weakkneed Protestant and Masonic press If these have been made friends of the Catholic cause the plague has been Indeed a blessing In disguise How does this impress David B G Rose I who is endeavoring in every way possible to stir religious strife and J ratted In Louisville Here there hastt ever existed only good feeling be= wean the Masons and Catholics UIWcon1dnuPreeldattWilson should not delay J ecalllag AnbaMMMlor Page who ha mad hlMetf aad the QovernaitBt ridiculous The man who said thatI the United States with people was English led and English ruled does not reflect America opinion Page evidently has lost his bearings The free lecture movement of the Knights of Columbus promises far reaching results What other so called patriotic society ever went Into the field so openly and fairly to fight the enemies of God and coun try The lecture in Louisville wlll be delivered by Peter Collins on Sunday April 19 How comes it that while SocIal- Ism claims not to Interfere with any mans religion almost any representative Socialist publication that one picks up fairly revels In abusi of churches and rails at the ImagIn- ary failings and shortcomings of Christians generally Henry Wattersons letters in the Sunday CourierJournal are such as should exclude that paper fror every respectable home The spring has come PASSION SUNDAY Tomorrow will be Passion Sunday socalled because the church begIns Ion this day to make the sufferings or our Redeemer her chief thought and I the leading concern of her sacred liturgy While we meditate on the sacred passion of our Lord Jesus Christ let us weep over our sins which are the cause of his suffering and death Everything around us urges us to mourn The images 01 the saints in church are covered the I very crucifix is veiled from our sight In the gospel we are told by St John that the Jews picked up stones to cast at Him and Jesus hid Himsel t and went out of the temple It is tto express this deep humiliation that the church veils the cross A God biding himself that He may evad the anger of men what a mystery Is it weakness It is that He fear death Nowe shall soon see HimI going to meet his enemies But at present He hides Himself from them because all that has been prophesle regarding Him has not yet been fulfilled Besides his death Is not to be by stoning He is to die upon a cross the tree of malediction which from that time forward is to be the Tree of Life Our first par ents Adam and Eve hid themselve because of their guilty conscience Jesus hides Himself that He may atone for their sin on the tree and reveal Himself on it as the RedeemerI of their ninWHY DONT THEY At every mission at every H01y Name parade at every dedication o f I andIstratlon of Catholics Catholic menI appear in legions Why dont their names appear on the subscription roll of the Catholic press If 1It I were not for the womenGod blesl themthe mothers of families who love to hear news of the church am who want their children to have the I influence of religion most Catholl papers would fail The Catholic women support the Catholic press What is the matter with the men Do they take no Interest in the paI per that defends their church that spreads the faith that makes conI verts and that vindicates their clvl rights They will march in proces I sions they will Join Catholic socle ties they will pass resolutions by I the yard but many of them will not spend a few cents a week for sa Catholic paperFather Lelen NATHANS RECORD That the American Federation of Catholic Societies was fully justlflei In protesting the appointment of the notorious Nathan as Italys repre sentative at the Panama Exposition will be conceded by all fair minder persons when they learn his record Nathan waa reared in the slums of Whltechapel speaks English with the lowest Cockney accent was pitch forked by Masonry from post to post I GrandIas that of Mayor of Rome and was repudiated by selfrespecting Israel ites And when to this is added the Insults hurled at the Catholic relig ion the Pope and church on every possible occasion during his seven years tenure of office in the Capitol to put it mildly It will not insure him in the States the post of a persona grata- SUCCi7MBS TO OPERATION Detective George Donnella aged thirtysix and one of the most respected members of the local police department died Saturday at the Jewish Hospital following an opera ion for stomach trouble Ill but a few days news of his death came as- a great shock to his associates and many friends The deceased was a son of Capt Schuyler A Donnella if the United States Secret Service Born in West Virginia he had spent the greater part of his life here re- ceivIng his appointment to the police Force in 1910 Detective Donnella is survIved by his widow two children Us fattier a brother William O Donnella and a sister Mrs Maud Damon of St Louis The body was removed to the home of his father lust out from Jeffersonville from where the funeral was held Monday afternoon members of the police department acting as pallbearers COMMENT OF CARDINAL Cardinal Gibbons when seen In Baltimore Sunday evening corn tented on the Ulster situation as follows To my mind it appears that the Government is to blame for not taking the upper hand and re bring peace It could do this if iti rent about it in the right way There iIi only a small proportion of the opulation in Ireland engaged in the p resent uprising and I can not un perMJtttauw and what should not be done K course I pray that there shall be peaceful settlement L I floeiIETtlll t t t EC Miss Annie McGlll Is expected home today after spending a week In New York Frank X Dawson the New Haven banker was a visitor here the firs of the week x Miss Laura Raffo was hostess at ra most pleasant meeting of her card club Mondayafternoon I Misses Katherine and Dora Lynch of West Point were here last week visiting Mrs Annie Burke Miss Louise Caasllly entertainer Tuesday afternoon for Miss Joseph Ine Murphy of Minneapolis I IMrs F G Harprlng and daughter Miss Marie of Douglas boulevard were In St Louis visiting friends for the week Miss Kate Wathen who has been spending some time abroad landed Thursday In New York and may arrive here today Mrs James Patterson came iIn from Hawesvllle last week to visit her daughters Mrs Tom Lynch and Miss Clara Patterson i I I Miss Josephine Murphy who has I been the guest of the Misses AlIce I and Elizabeth Hayes has returne to her home In Minneapolis I IMiss Ermine Jacques of Chicago has been spending the week in New Albany the guest of Mrs Philip A Dowd 612 East Market street I IMr and Mrs John Meagher and Leo Meagher and John Gorman i spent last week In Frankfort with Mr and Mrs William Gorman I IIJllis Mary McCarthy who has been ill at her home on Oldhat street a victim of the grip is again able to be out to the great delight of her many friends IIIIMrs James McDonough of New Albany has been confined to her home 101 Ekln avenue from Injur jjles sustained b a fall at Silver and Spring streets Her condition iIs- Improving and she will soon be abl to be out I IMrs James OBrien of Portland Maine who spent a pleasant visit of several weeks with her sisterinlaw Mrs Frank L Caulkins 2809 Wes Chestnut street has left for Wilson N C to Join her husband Burin her stay here Mrs OBrien made many friends who Would welcome her return I IMrs Patrick Raldy and daughter va returned Monday from a five weeks trip to New Orleans and Gulfport Miss where they had a most enjoyable visit A pleasant feature was the St Patricks day I postal card shower in which they received many kind remembrances from Louisville1 friends Miss Ruby Branch entertained on Monday with a luncheon in honor of Mrs Jesse Cassaday formerly Miss Jennie Plummer The color scheme was white and yellow the Ices and confections being carried out in these colors with the table decorated with orange blossoms and small bride dolls as favors Miss Bran ffis I guests included Mesdames Jesse Plummer Cassaday James F Hoye Charles Graves and Misses Ruby Schoppenhorst Luella Redmon Nell Fitzgibbon Edna Munch Hazel Bass and Ann Wunderlicb CONGRATULATIONS Innumerable congratulations are being extended Mr and Mrs Josepn Fontana of Virginia avenue upon the birth of their second child last week The new baby Is a boy and is especially welcome since the older child Is a girl and the father and mother were consequently anxious to have a little son In their nursery The little fellow was named Joseph alter his father The christening took place last Sunday at Holy Cross I church with Miss Tlllle Fontana and Vllllam BrucHer as the sponsors followed bya largely attended dinner and celebration at the home of the happy parents SPLENDID MEETING Division 4 A 0 H held a rousing meeting In Bertrand Hall last Mon day evening there being an un usually large attendance present Much interest was manifested In the report of the division social club which cleared a handsome sum on their St Patricks night dance and now have n substantial sum in their treasury with prospects of adding greatly to it with the receipts of their picture show entertainment which is to be given at the Crown Theater on April 23 In response to an appeal from Rev Father Lanigan a missionary of Aiken S 1 the division donated a sum specifying that masses be offered In return for the deceased members of the division With the view of taking up a home proposition In the near futuro President John H Hennessy appointed William P Mc Donogh Thomas Lynch John J Barry Thomas J Langan and James MoTighe to Investigate and report at the next meeting CALLED TO HEAVEN Sister Agatha aged seventysix of he Sisters of Charity of Nazareth who for seventeen years had been Connected with St Josephs Hospital In Lexington died at that Institution Saturday morning after an Illness of bout a month She had been a nun for more than fifty years For everal years she bad been in charge of the Ladles Sewing Circle at the lospltal Following the funeral ervices her remains were taken to Jazareth for Interment nIi XIif There are now la the Catholic ioeeM of Brooklyn about 600 prtaiU 200 a Oath olle PSOOQGi Chureyand C J IJ I GAYETY THEATER Oat Wk Coauntnclsjr Sunday MaUnIt A Captivating Musical Comedy The Girl From Mumms Catchy Music Clean Comedy MISS OVIVE VAIL And a Clever Cast and Beauty Chorus This attraction has proven a popular success everywhere presented FBICES Sunday Matinee lOc 2Ec aGo and SOc Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at 25c Night lOc 26c 35c SOc and 7 cII NATIONFifth and Walnut lLREAL VAUDEVILLE ANOTHERGREAT BILL THE CHOO CHOO GIRLS With James Barrett In a Novel Song and Dance Review SNYDER AND BUCKLE Celebrated Musical Comedians THREE REEL SPECIAL Seeing South America With Col Roose velt introducing world famous peopl and scenes 5 OTHER STAR ACTS5 Matinee All Scats lOo Night lOo and 20c La Dinette Restaurant 412 WEST WALNUT Famous For Good Things to Eat Ladies Dining Room in the rearWe guarantee prompt servic and every attention Bailey Baumgardner Propn EKNIfflTS OP COLUMBUS Lute News That Will Interes Members Hero and Elsewhere Next month a council will be In stituted at Lincoln N H St James Council was institute last Monday at Kearney Neb Fortyone were in the class Just in Itlated at Wabash Minn when a fine all day programme was carries outLast Sunday the members of Blue grass Council received holy com munion In a body In St Fauli church Lexington Tomorrow there will be big initiations at Memphis and Texarkana an at Little Rock the three degrees will be conferred April 19 Bishop Schrembs will preach the sermons at the annual retreat of the Philadelphia Knights which opens Monday fnI Sts Peter v and Pau CathedralA audience enjoyed aJare treat at Fremont Neb when Bishop Tlhen lectured on St Patrick under the auspices of Fremont Council The Bishops subject was A Great Apostle of a Great Nation The Irish night of De Soto Coun cil New York City outclassed all Its previous entertainment efforts and provided a nights enjoyemntof hIgh class numbers and Irish sentiment that could not be surpassed Bishops Wehrle Fallon and Cot ton occupied seats at the speakers table at the St Patricks day ban quet in Buffalo Bishop Cotton de lighted the gathering with the re cital of one of his own Irish poems FOR CHURCH BENEFIT Repairs are rapidly progressing on St Leos church Highland Park which was recently damaged by fire and an addition Is being added at the sam time The El Nomo Club will give a minstrel show for the benefit of the church In the school hall on Sunday and Monday even- Ings April 26 and 27 JOHN J FLYNN John J Flynn who was stricken In Mobile Ala where he went fo participate in the St Patricks day celebration and had to undergo an operation is now on the road to re covery and his friends expect to see him home soon His wife has been with him since he submitted to the operation and the Hibernians and people of Mobile have done every thing possible for their comfort and convenience during Mr Flynns Illness SAD NEWS Thursday the sad news was re ceived here of the death at Fond du Lac Wls of the venerable father of Dr Thomas M Mulvey of this city The deceased was over ninety years old and a native of Ireland and was one of the most respected pioneer citizens of Wisconsin Dr Mulvey was summoned to his fathers bedside last week and was with him when he dIedIAIDED FATHER RILEY The Rev Father John T Hill pastor of St Anns church went to elbyville last Sunday and In the evenIng assisted the Rev Father Riley at the Lenten services in the Church of the Annunciation Father Hill preached an eloquent and orceful sermon his subject being Love of God DEATH AT TAMPA Lexington relatives received a elegram Tuesday night froth Tampa Fla announcing the death there rem heart trouble of W J Houll han sLxty two a former well known hardware merchant of the Bluegrass capital For several years he was alio a mnberofthe Lexington General Council and prominent la- D emocratlo politics Besides his rife who was Miss Kate Murray of Klngton he IB survived by six hUdrnt 1 CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic LADIESGET EASTER Bring us your straw hemp and panama hats Have them cleaned dyed and reshaped in the latest styles Work done in your own home town and by home people Our prices 7Sc and 100 for first class work Thirty new styles to select from Established forty years Ostrich feathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West Jefferson Street North Side SPRING SHOES SliDE FITTER EMERSONS Distinctive Styles Discriminating Ex and SemiEnglish Effects Conservative Styles Duchess ShoesI- n All the New Things Such as the Gaby Colonials Baby Dolland Mary Pumps TOTHEFAMM VOLZ MICHAEL IMarket 11 10 H to oJ + 10 otHoH tJo t 01 +Hto nt + of Phone City 83- 60THE PARADISEIncorporated Contractors in Lighting Fixtures and Electrical Supplies PAY AS CONVENIENT S E CORNER SECOND MARKET o + t of t 1 + of toS dr4 Ho14 o1o t i 333t d 4 13 id of 3 B + The Sisters of the Good Shepherd 2214 BANK STREET Would be very grateful for more laundry work to help toward the support of large class of poor children Phone St Xaviers LaundryHome Shawnee 1462 Cumberland West 462 ATTENTION NATURAL GAS CONSUMERS- The Brennan Natural Gas Appliance Co 245 East Market St are experienced Natural Gas Fitters are capable of taking your work no jb so big and none too small guarantee satisfaction and if you want proper combustion call BRENNAN Natural Gas Appliance Co Home Phone City 2872 245 E Market Open evenings f i BIi utI The Last DollarIIIITbati you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a Ii SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear COMPOUNDED Utt twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST must be spent for sometbiag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the jj dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming if Ky Title Savings Bank 1 I and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place II- m Open Daily Untill 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 pm B If ia1 01 1s14 + 1tMt 4ttot oS t HOME PHONE 6771L S L HYMSONWines and Liquor for Family Use Cor Eighth and Oak Sts Louisville Ky to U utMT Mll h1 tot KAISER ELEVATES PRIEST Kaiser Wllhelm has appointed by royal decree Father Joppen first chaplain o fthe garrison of Breslau as Grand Chaplain of the German army and navy The Holy Father has already given the canonic In- v t1ture appointing Father Joppen Titular Bishop of Cisamo His episcopal consecration Trtll take place en March 22 In the parish church of the garrison at Berlin JESUIT FATHERS On August 7 of the present year the members of the Society of JU8 throughout the world will Mtorat quUtly Hint with deep DtJa For Men treme and Jane AND their and We interest DOLLAR CB THOMPSON ELORITIl ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVHNUH Bib TetObsfeee All orders receive prompt atteBtlea MdtatlBfftctleB guaranteed feelings of thanksgiving thecCM = tenary of the restoration of their order by JPlui WTc4 t R I 1 t ENTUOKY XRJSHAltIE IOAN HOlm PHONE SS CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971y J J J BARRETTS SONS i 822 FUNERAL AND East DIRECTORSII +4aaasS +iar11 11 1 1 1 Jill S S 1 I 1 S I H1+o101 1 111 1 1 1 t t 1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 SSICIIHIIE +JSISIIJSM GRAN W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROPiSi I Funeral Director and Embalmeri 809 WEST BoJEFFERSON STREET fi t 1 II I 1 1 I J I 1 I If 011 n aII t1 1 1 I HIeSrI III utN DOUGHERTY McELLIOTI 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Cumb Main 2998a Some City 200S 99 Qr44wSr S r 6 C w + f4i0i 904004i 0 DRJ T CHAWK Veterinary tInfirmary713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TilirknesCwb S 299s Hose City 2399 y A u6U U nnnnnl c t A 1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IHe McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy Ii lii J I ++1HH 11 J J J II 1 11 J 3 I S 01111 J J I I JMJuS J J 1 zHto FINE WINES AL K1OILB AGNESI ILYQUORSI HoioJI t J It 1111 sIn t 111111 sun I 101101 J 111 till on 111111 n SAVES THE RUB THE EASY CLEAN EASY 3a WAY r Simply Stir P l the Clothes Ten Minutes wilt o eQ SOAP LOUISVILLE SOAP COMPANY INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A Delightful Smoke PHONE CITY 23O PO- RQBOP TRA1OJO- NDOLA t- iILA DOMEOK zu S47a y treet tepee ri a baa elhli ttae will Ptl t M1Y iK l 5XxAVIER5COLLE 11 W ItsN nde =t+ ciutet W tY Ir- tIIliiti aM i rei n BIO LINE OF Easter Cards and Postals Booklets Etc Exclusive Designs New Line Lenten Readings and Devotional Books ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEFFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Go- odeMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us a call at our warereoms 318324 West Green St Niw Muldosn MomnxiRt Gi f HeBOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embaimers 1U P7DHI R AYzTUT- eiakiiee 1113+ uo CATHOLIC MISSIONS The Roman Catholic church now has a membership of nearly theworldrecently the church gave to mis sloes last year 1610315 Of this amount the 15000000 Catholics In the United States gave 366460 The Catholics of England gave 20127 Other countries that gave to the cause were Germany Belgium Argentine Italy Ireland Spain Switzerland Chile anti France France now leads all the Catholic countries In the number of missionaries sent to the foreign fields The whole number of for eign missionaries supported by the Catholic church Is about 16000 GETHSEMANI Death has again invaded the Mon astery of Our Lady of Gethsemanl calling to his eternal reward on Fri day of last week John Marv Quillon lay brother in the seventy third year of his age and the forty fourth of his religious life His life was essentially typical of the Cister cian order and the deceased passed away as he lived fervently believing in the great mercies of God and receiving the last spiritual consola tions of holy mother church May his soul rest In peace ARRIVE HOME TODAY Cot and Mrs James P Whallen Mr and Mrs Frank McGrath their son Robert and Jailer Charles Foster will arrive home today from St Petersburg Fla where they have been sojourning for the past three weeks SHOWS RIGHT SPIRIT Unity Coundl Y M I of New Al bany has tendered Mayor Morris the I use of its fine club house 805 East High street for council meetings and I other city business until the City Hall destroyed by fire last week la repaired or rebuilt This public I spirit of the Catholic young men of that city Is appreciated by the people In general WAS WEXFORD MAN The Hon A Prendegast who has been appointed to the Controllership- of New York City Is the son of an Irish emigrant from Blackwater County Wexford Mr Prendegast Is one of the leading Catholics of New York and Is well known for his generosity toward all the charitable works in that archdiocese BLESSED FOR THE MARISTS I On Thursday of last week the feast of St Joseph the handsome new community house of the Marist Fathers in charge of Sacred Heart church at Savannah was blessed by Bishop Killey The house was built at a cost of 40000 and has ac commodations for eighteen priests There is also a suite of rooms for the Bishop One of the features of the building is a roof garden KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN The Knights of St John are mak ing marked progress In Colorado Louisville has a commandery of forty members that will be largely increased after Easter Uniformed Knights and a band from Denver will participate in the parade and assist In conferring the higher degrees BUSY YEAR During the past year the Right Rev Bishop Maes visited every church and institution In the Cov Ington diocese The Bishop also ad ministered the sacrament of con firmation to 6500 children and 168 adults STRICTLY SPEAKING Strictly speaking says Rev 0 J Nelson an Unitarian of Belling ham Wash none but the Catholic iI has an infallible Bible and none but the Catholic can rightly be called an I orthodox Christian I IRISH POTATO CAKE I Onehalf cup cream or milk two well beaten eggs If eggs are scarce they may be omitted onefourth teaspoon salt two and a half cups of flour three tablespoons melted butter pinch of pepper two cups of mashed potatoes Mix so as to make a firm dough then roll out to about an Inch in thickness sprinkle with flour and cut into triangular pieces Bake in a hot oven for about an hour or until nicely browned Cut each piece open and butter Serve while hot I THEm WIVES MIGHT I Denny was taking dinner with Hogan at a brilliant cafe They werent accustomed to eating at such a place but they got along fairly well When they had finished the waiter said Shall I bring you a couple of demltasses Not on your life exclaimed Denny Our wives might come an see us slttin wid them STOPS CROUP- A InI strip of flannel folded and dipped In very hot water and wrung out then applied to the neck of a child with croup will bring quick re lief For all severe pains It Is a simple and effective remedy ENGLISH AS SPOKEN Youll get run in said a pedestrian to a wheelman without a lightYoull get run Into savagely responded the cyclist ai he knocked the pedestrian down Youll get run In tool said a policeman stepping from behind a tree lAnd just then anotherscorcher came along without a light BO the policeman ran la two KKBIS MOTHS AWAY To preservea fur robes from jnothi dissolve half ounce of Clam pfcor 100 plDtol holndpry the robes with totJteDWr In Mwspapws and put them away Quick Meal Gas Ranges Are Excellent Most Excellent Specially adapted for the economical use of natural gas IJ GEHER SON 215 W Market Near econd FOR SALES1CO order for Fur niinro for S100on one of the lend ing Furniture COmpanies Loniw villa Apply Anzeiger office 321 W Green St- THE SHAMROCK Its a letter from dear Ireland Oh what joy It brings to me For it contains the little plant I long so much to see Ahl there It Is as lies hand sweet As the balmy Irish breeze In a bed of soft and dewy moss Enfolded tween the leaves I know the very place It grew Where the Barrow runs so bold Upon Its green and verdant banks Mid daisies white and gold Sweet memories it always brings Of places where Ive been And days of happiness untold Where the shamrock grows so green iI see the rushing rivers And the lofty mountains grand And the peaceful smiling valleys Of my own dear native land Oh yes Ill proudly wear them On this festival at least For his children ever should be glad On their dear saints glorious feast EXHIBITION IN DUBLIN During the summer and autumn a most interesting civic exhibition wilt be held In Dublin Its objects are to illustrate methods of dealing with the main problems which concern municipal life such as the housing of the people the abolltio not slums the prevention of disease the light Ing and cleansing of the streets the laying out of public playgrounds and open spaces and kindred matters which just now are very much In the minds of the citizens of Dublin In this connection it may be mentioned that the Lord Lieutenant has offered a prize of 2500 for the best plan for the improvement of Dublin and that there is also a prize Offered for the best name for the forthcoming exhibition The project originated with the Housing and Town Plan ning Association which called a con ference of various organizations in terested In the condition of the housing of the working classes es pecially in Dublin Fifteen organi zations have already promised their support to the project which is as sured of the cooperation of the Department of Agriculture and the Board of Works The latter body has placed at the disposal of the committee extensive buildings suit able in every respect for the purpose HELPS IRISH FARMER There is one thing at least in which Ireland is ahead of England and Scotland and that is in the facilities afforded her farmers to get financial credits A return of agri cultural credit societies registered as specially authorized societies under the friendly societies act of 1896 shows that while there are in Eng land and wales only fortyseven such eocletles there are 310 In Ireland The Irish societies include however agricultural banks agricultural and general credit societies and some of them have been In existence since 1898 while with one exception the oldest English credit society was founded in 1904 The membership and assets of the Irish societies vary greatly the smallest having but eight members and the largest 342 while the assets range from 5 to 13085 These societies are scat tered all over Ireland and have proved of considerable value to the people so that on the whole it may be said that Ireland is well ahead of England and Wales in availing of the friendly societies act for the pur pose of forming credit societies for the encouragement of agricultureI CHEESE PUFFS If you have never met this de licious dainty make some at once Have a pan with one cup of water boiling on the range Put into this onequarter cup of butter and one half cup of dairy cheese shaved When the cheese is dissolved add onehalf cup of unsifted flour stir ring all the time Dp not reel anx ious because the flour is lumpy but stir as If your life depended upon it After a little the paste smooths out Boll three minutes from the time you first put In the flour Season with salt and cayenne pepper and cool a little Then break an egg into the mixture and beat together well then another and beat again Drop by teaspoonful in buttered bak ing sheet Bake for twenty minutes In a moderate oven This wakes twentyfour or more if you make them small They art pretty to look at and delicious to ta trsALT KILXS oDoR Tee rasavr the obj tlonRbl odor I when anything boll over on the tor throw a baadful of salt on it 0 c f Ol OPPOSE THEIR SCHEME Opposition to the scheme for a national university at Washing ton endowed and supported by the Government is being voiced by edu cators and influential newspapers throughout the country That such an institution would be a hindrance and a detriment to free education Instead of an advantage is generally recognized by those who have given the subject consideration The scheme is an old one that bobs up every few years owing to the ac tivity of educational Job hunters These are the influences behind it at this time ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS Charles W Hickey aged sixtyfive years and one of the most widely known detectives in this section of the country died Tuesday night at his home 2115 West Broadway fol complication byhisdaughters Mrs Minnie Gathof and Mrs Llllle Snlpp and a brother and sister His funeral was held Thurs day morning from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo conduct Ing the solemn obsequies TOOK FRONT RANK q composition Jackson Mich held at the sugges tion of Gov Ferris the subject being Wherein Did the Democracy of Andrew Jackson Differ from That of Woodrow Wilson seven of the prizes were awarded to pupils of St Marys school The first prize of 15 was won by William Crane GENEROUS GERMANS livingforceCatholics set a fine example of selfsacrifice by all contributing to the support of their national church while they generously sup port the church of the parish in which they happen to reside SAILS NEXT MONTH The Right Rev Camillas P Macs Bishop of Covington will leave next month on his ad llmtna visit to the Holy Father sailing from New York on April 30 This will be the Bishops fourth ad limlna report and will be the most interesting His clergy will wish him Godspeed on his journey and a safe return- BIRTHDAYS Bishop Thomas F Kennedy rector of the American College In Rome now visiting relatives In Pennsyl vania celebrated his fiftyfourth samtdayArchbishop of Westminster received congratulations on the flftythlri anniversary of his birth BURKE FOR SENATOR The returns from Tuesdays State wide primary election In South Dakota lndlcate that Congressman Charles H Burke has won the Re publican nomination for United States Senator defeating Senator Coe I Crawford the majority faction candidate MEETS LATE TillS YEAR The American Federation of Catholic Societies who will hold their annual convention in Baltimore this year will not convene until the last week in September or the first in October This decision has been reached in order to comply with the wishes of Cardinal Gibbons who will spend at least two months In Europe KENTUCKIANS Twentyfour of the priests In the Covington diocese are native born KentucklansCLONTABF The nine hundredth anniversary of the battle of Clontarf occurs this year on Good Friday A special cel ebration will take place In Dublin to commemorate the event which marked the downfall of Danish pagan power in Ireland HINTS ON STYLE For evening smart women are wearing the hair dressed high on the head Cotton crepes with chenille em broidery are among the prettiest of the Imported stuffs One great velvet blossom at the waist Is generally used with the filmy evening gowns Among the new suitings is the one with the chicken foot check called pled de poule Ribbons with watered surface and brocaded flowers are all in one tone and curious and lovely Most of the fashionable evening sleeves seem to be held on the shoulders by three stitches Soft woolen fabrics with ribbed surface like corduroy are used for threequarter length coats It is many seasons since there were such stately designs as at pres ent in embroidery flounces Lovely girdles for evening gowns are made of the silver and gold tinsel ribbons softly crushed up DOUBTERS Husband J dont believe that fable about the whale swallowing JonahWifeWhy not Thats nothing to what you expect me to swallow sometimes INSOMNIA A drink of water as hot as It can be taken if carefully followed each night will cure even obstinate ca e of insomnia WHAT NEXT New York IB to b Uda fourteen story jail for women SILVBR POLISH r i 4 kejoodjJlrpoft1lNulI iahfer plat glUe W oiro n fRANKfE I4INCORPORATEDI4 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by everyone f who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANCOMPANY INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE Jt1r1 FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orcfo a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Ligh Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 193 k THE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent GUitM QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR CLAY STREET BREWERY geeBEERITS OUT TODAY TELEPHONE 209 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY OL- DFORTUNABOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COrUCOHPOHATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS All the late and new Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- pBEDDING PLttjTSf Geraniums Roses- IieleotroPa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pfcftflci 223 CENTRAL FURHITIJ8E CO e Incorporated N WCWT Trim ad Grew Sti We rvrateatlM home esm we ii Ea Hyira WM CALUMAK Mff SUM S+rt FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING NW Corner Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES oit LoalsrlHes PirHcolw Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemade Unioimado and the bestmade for the money Per sale at all dispensers of smokers TW TARPYCOMAXJ11JilS SEVENTH St NEAR MARKET HERRMANN BROS niPORTBOS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DletllleraaaaWhGlMale D all in to Finest Braidi of KM teeky WltltkMl eepolally Pearl of NelsonBOTTLED JH BOND fa s 234 IIII A1 7- r i JQ LUOKY IIt3H AMERICA T I What thet Club Plan Is And What It Means loYou The Club Plan is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for tho 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 tho amount of your purchases for Joining for Instance The membership fee on a 2300 purchase would bo 75c The membership fee on a 5000 purchase would be 9150 The membership fee on greater purchases would l of course be In proportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you pay J250 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will more clearly see that our membership fee Is nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTIIEIl HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TilE CLUB PLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor F e e INCORPORATED s WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS JJJ 1 I 1If 1 01 rII tor tot I3COMPOUND INTEREST DEPOSITS Habit Start a Savings Account next payday and save regularly oJ for some definite purpose You will be surprised to see how fast your account will grow You can start with 100 or more and add to same when convenient GERMAN INSURANCE BANK MARKET STREET BET SECOND AND THIRD Sixty Years on Guard State Government Supervision H111u111111I I+ lrifI111111111Iil lHllloJ II HzH + 1nJ nAU MULLOYS SPECIAL COFFEE AT 25c LB LBS FOR 100 Is the Best Coffee Sold at That Price Better Many 30c Grades FRESH FROM THE ROASTER TO YOU H MULLOY I a Hem Pboo s33 2 18 W ASARKBT ate rRGJ T I tf Jtfml mtlJ mssa r For Your FurnIturea I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the b- estJiUES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street J So M lJ Pn t 4 9 g No latest most it is 5 years of any make in new ideas for saving the operator time US PROVE IT HOME CITY 367 89MB MAIN 431 WEST STREET II JIlnJIIIIIIAIIHI- ffl lillci BLEND Than JOHN TYPEWRITERS The Royal 10i8thr uptodate ofall machines ahead other MAKE PHONE 1O9- 3YWELLMAN BIOSeJEFFERSON J n 1111 I 1I1II P IMtNQN itMM Pni iTrus IllilIl U II11111III LAWRENCE J VEENEMAN Sseretery I Pe BANNON PIPE CO i l jF S weralldCalvcrtPIre Raaacas PalestLIddel Pipe for Steam Ceaimlti altCpiaOlali ls Tilt Yltrilei Brick Fire lreeNa V Fla8 Lirnia FireIrickLGrate aid Boiler Tile Gresa Fire C1 yCkisaaeyTes r 4roF ilrl asWEST JEFFERSON HOMC pftbrrtE CITY 5731788 CUMB MAIN 507 WOIIwl3tlciitdi3rnccksrttMyelttlilt Lve Betr9tkadtItkq 1 7 V HIBERNIANS What They live Been Doing the Fait WeekOeneral- News NoteII New Orleans has nine divisions and a splendid auxiliary Division 8 of Syracuse Initiated two large classes the first part of tho I monthThere are now three prosperous divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary In Louisiana Tim Ladies Auxiliary meets Wednesday night and all the mom bers are urged to be present The newly organized Nashville Ladles Auxiliary expects to soon have a membership of over 100 By the Initiation of fifty candl dates Division 2 of Hoboken takes firm hold on second place In New JerseyPueblo Hibernians were active In the tag day event on March 17 for the benefit of the Sacred Heart OrphanageThe of Boulder Col are assisting the Knights of Colum bus In raising funds for their State conventionGov M Ammons was one or the many notables who rode in the St Patricks day parade of the Den ver Hibernians Bishop Grimes and the city off hlals reviewed the St Patricks day parade of the Syracuse Hibernians which comprised ten divisions The Ladles Auxiliary of Valle Falls R I celebrated their first anniversary with a largely attendee concert and reunion all the State officers being present Thursday night Division 2 will hold Its monthly meeting at Thirteenth and Oak Every member should be present as the buslnes will be most important- An eightpage leaflet giving theI list of books In the Milwaukee Publl Library on Ireland In history blog raphy and literature has been Issued by the division of that city The request made by the Ancient Order to dealers not to sell IrIsh caricatures as St Patricks day novelties was most effective every where the exceptions being Isolated Archbishop Blenk presided anll distinguished members of the malt and clergy were present at the mass celebrated for the Ancient Order In New Orleans on St Patricks day Pittsburgh Hibernians will have their annual Irish day at Kennywooc Park on June 17 National officers President Wilson and Secretary Jo seph Tumulty will be Invited to be presentArchbishop Messmer who will soon leave for Rome was the celebrant of the mass In St Patricks church when the 900 Milwaukee Hibernians received holy communion In a body While the Hibernian parade WEE forming on St Patricks day In Den ver Irish airs wore played on the Ca thedral chimes The parade follower by fifty carriages was one of which tho Irish could well feel proud ThevHlbernianadesecvejralse their observance of St Patricks day everywhere Wherever there was 4 division there was spiritual tribute to their patron saint with enter tainments afterward of the highest orderThe Hibernians of St John N B gave a carnival that was dellghfuj for the spectators to watch The splendor of the costumes glitter of weapons and helmets of the soldiery and the large pageants made n kaleidoscope of brilliant colors sel dom seen Chicago Hibernians will have an other fair next May with a booth for each of the thirtytwo counties In Ireland The one held last yew put a big hole in the Emmet Memor tat Hall Indebtedness for which greater effort will be mado this year t MICHAEL KEANEY There passed out of the life of Louisville on Tuesday a man whose very name was the synonym for truth and nobility charity and brotherly love and strength of character united with an exalted con ception of duty such as few men possess Michael Keaney was one of those quiet decent and selfrespect king men that still spring from what Is called the old Irish stock Hon esty and fidelity to faith are their t distinguishing traits Michael Keaney was a man who In his day made sacrifices for consciences sake and made them without a murmur A faithful Catholic and true Hibernian his face always wore a genial smile and his natural optimism led him to look on the bright side of I everything and see In every cloud the silver lining Born In Ireland his life was spent In Louisville where he leaves two sons James and John Keaney and two daughters Misses Mary and Kathleen Keaney The funeral was held yesterday morning from St Aloysius church which was filled with sorrowing friends when Rev Father OGrady celebrated the requiem high mass and paid tribute to the life of his deceased friend TWIN CITY LEAGUE The Catholic Baseball League which Is known as the Twin City has organized for the season with tho following roster of teams Cham pions Kentucky Oaks Olympics Bruins Shamrocks Athletics Imperials and Mackin This season the Twin CityI win play all of Ha game In the afternoon Instead of in the morning as heretofore the games tom called at 3 oclock and all to belayed at Shawnee Park This league was considered the leading amateur body of the city durlag the past two seasons and has received favorable pnotice from critic throughput the Ccpuntry I CONDITION IMPROVING Letters from Florida contain the welcome news that Hon Jere A SuJUTMi pt Rjlchmondj wfap haabeen Buffering fromrpajlal paralysis has lightly Imrpvj LdBrlni the past sew weeks f qJJtI lfaowpoiB to bis rstooveqr lt k f A Reverend Recommends It 1 M6 OoasUac St Pittaburgh Pa 91Ia year and a half ago was restless day D4 night so that feared that IIhe- would lose her mind because she Imag toed not to be able to pray any more and felt lost forever She was treated la a hospital for seven weeks but no relief until a Reverend of the Passlontt Convent recommended her Pastor Koentg1 Nerve Tonic After she had taken two bottles of It she was entirely well again works every day and le happy and health I take the tonic myself whenever I am nervous and cannot sleep as It always gives me relief Mrs M Thaener Mrs F LaBlanc of Atlanta Wis says My girl had St YltUB Dance since a and doctored with two phyilciaru but It was cured only at wt by Pastor Koenlera Nerve Tonic Valuable Book on No1Disease IUd a Btrnpl FIEAF to oaf iddreti Poor p I sleo get the medldnt free Prepared by Rev FATHM Kpmi 1Fort Wayne lad slnc 1876 end BOW by th KOENIG MED CO Chicago HI 62 W Lake Street new Dearborn laid by DrueehteatI 51 per bottle 6fer M Lrge SUe 1751 6Bottleefor9 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O Ii- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday- sPresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry MoDe mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial Secretary Joseph Far cellTteasurerThomas Keenan Sr- SergeantatArmsThe Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Monday Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hei sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergtfant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry j Financial secretaryThoma J Langan TreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArn Thomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott Ye Ma I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R Barry Financial SecretaryWill Cassln Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keane Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside SentinelF E Gratzer Executive Committee Frank Adams Charles Raldy Wllllan Link GAYETY THEATER The GIll From Mumms whlcr comes to the Gayety Theater nex week Is tuneful and melodious am provides the popular star Olive Vail with the best vehicle of her career There Is not a dull number In the entire sixteen numbers which comprise the score and many of then are among the best sellers of the season Naturally with such a boot and such music the cast employee must be one of more than ordinary excellence Olive Vail who headf the cast stands in the front rant of musical comediennes of the day COLONELS VS CUDS i The local fans will be given a chance to see the Louisville team 1In- action with the Chicago Cubs who are here for four more games with their regular lineup including Zim merman Leach SWeeney Schulte Cheney and others well known to the local followers of baseball From present indications and hearing the expressed opinions of the baseball critics who accompanied the team 01 Its spring training trip Owner Wathen Is giving Louisville a sure enough pennant contender and a team that will be a splendid advertisement for the town- NATIONAL THEATER fThose who are fond of real vaude ville can not afford to miss next weeks iBhow at the national Theater It will be a Wg and bright blending of clean comedy melodious njusjp lever circus capers eauppy souse delightful danpe and a threerel special Seeing youth America wltn Cpl tHops reUv introducing wgrld famous popple and scenes i ThabJJl wjlll Leededy tJ8riChog C3hoo Glrlij Saydr and JBuckley csle rated mniglal conediani wtth tour o her higk+ ttnumbANt aqd the- deetoalArprlgefPhasmathg Gpd d o Alt ie JJfv1 9 iQxr R KhiBN 1 a i njG women vale tarirE N flltt J I UD IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges The late Miss Rosanna Wynne of Armagh left personal estate valued at 18000 Dr J Fitzgerald Ballindine has been appointed medical officer ot Kllcormac Dispensary district Tulla more Union Rev D OConnor of Killarney has been appointed to the pastors charge of Annascaul The County Tyrone Insurance Committee has appointed P ODon nell of Dromore as its secretary Mrs Sullivan aged seventyfive lost her life in a tire which broke out in a house In Mary street Traleo SlIgo County Council has accepted the resignation of Hamilton Blakeney Deputy Surveyor retiring after thirty years service While attending the cattle fair at Limerick a farmer named McCarthy living at Herbertstown died suddenly from heart failure At the meeting of the Ardee Town Commissioners It was stated that there wore worse houses in Arde than In any town or city in Ireland tAt the Klldare County Council two rate collectors were elected for the Celbrldge and Maynooth districts namely Francis J Field and L P DempseyT Hatch of Navan has been elected by the Meath County Council as their veterinary Inspector for Navan Union district There were three other applicants Only four cases for the grand Jury who were told by Justice Molony that the statistics shows Leitrim to be In a state of profound peace John OMahony of Thurles who bravely rescued a man named Con- nolly from drowning In the Sulr al ready has a certificate for llfesa Ing from the Royal Humane Societ Owen Dunn who was elected a few weeks ago as one of the masters of QBaltinglass Union having resigned the Guardians decided Ito abolish the office that he held and to appoint a chief clerk Dr G J Mackey J P has been elected to fill a vacancy for Coun clllor in the West ward of the Waterford Corporation by a majority of seventysix votes over his opponent D Hogan- A verdict of accidental drowning was returned at an inquest held on William Ryan Clonmlnes Count Wexford whose dead body was found in the Slaney near Welllngtoi bridge Ho had been missing for a weekRichard Hennessy of Queenstown proprietor of the Queenstown House has been appointed to the Commis slon of the Peace for County Cork Hennessy has been Chairman of the Queenstown Urban Council on set era occasions At the Wicklow Assizes Justice Gibson said he was informed that the condition of the county was highly satisfactory Referring to the fat- ingoffinthe assize jjlvjl business tip said it wan a discouraging prospec for the legal profession Lawrence Connolly a farmer aged fiftysix of Clononar midway be tween Ballybay and Castleblayney was accidentally shot dead He was taking out his gun to shoot magpie that were taking eggs from his hen roosts and on doing so he struck i1It against a hen the gun going off and the charge lodging in his stomach Deep regret is felt in East May at the death of Edward Hurst Swin ford which has occurred in his seventythird year He was lathe of the Rev John Hurst U S A M J Hurst C P S Charlestown and Swinford and uncle to Rev A Durken Swlnford and Rev M Durken Ballaghadcrreen To the regret of a wide circle of friends the death is announced of William S Crampsey Provincial Hotel Derry A native of Carndon agh he was a member of an old county family and was brother of the late Patrick Crampsey a prom inent figure In Land League days Information was received In Ath lone that the large body of extra police in County Roscommon an about to be withdrawn by direction of the Chief Secretary The polio were Iimported into the county Qt the opening of the cattledrlvlnf campaign and occupied several huts qn the big ranches SISTERS HAVE CHARGE i The Catholic Womans Club which has fbr years been the home of many young women this weel passed into the control of the Sisters of Mercy with Mother Bernadine iIn charge This action was taken al the club meeting held last Saturday which will continue to cooperate with the Sisters At the same time the annual election of officers which attracted much Interest and a large attendance was held Miss Maggie Judge was the unanimous choice for President for another term of two years Mrs Charles Smith was elected First Vice President Mrs D F Murphy Third Vice Presl dent and Miss Kate Collins Corre sponding Secretary Named as Di rectors were Mrs John H Busche meyer Mrs John Doyle and Mrs P H Callahan Holding over for another year are Mrs B JL Jansing Treasurer Mrs Minnie Black Sec ond Vice President Mrs Mary gross Recording Secretary Mrs George Hoertz Jr Assistant Rd cording Secretary Mrs Fred Hill erich Mrs William Cawthon and Mrs J Pr Dant Directors LOTTO EUCHRE DANCE The Shamrock Social Club will give Its second annual lotto euchre nd dance party oh Easter Monday nlj1 taJ OConnell 1II224WstOak street and the demand for In Itatlpns assure a decided tfuccese Committees lire busy making prepdr tions for the entertal m mtoftko8e rho attend and pro isea really In ereating evealafe r Randwtae wardsVbave N trf1tpdth outset for thepiHto WWea the shag lady wisffi gthet t11ket a- ceI1jl f Pg t fr rtftY ra tIf 1 c fd s HERMAN STRAUS SONS 0FOURTH AVCNUt INCORPORATfD MARKETSTREET EMBROIDERYFOB CONFIRMATION DRESSES 1 Beautiful High claes 27inch Embroidery Flcuncings and 22 Allover About half of this lot is handloom goods dainty baby Bouncings plauen lace and batiste also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish English and floral designs All direct from St Gaul Switzerland and Germany Every lot fresh and new They include the following styles suitable for chil drens confirmation dresses waists and costumes Values From 100 to 198 Choice Per Yard 59c 1 Dainty Baby Flouncing handloom goods the finest made on the new sheer cloth hemstitched and scalloped edges 27 inches wide Worth 1 to 150 for S9c per yard Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncing27 inches wide I Worth 1 to 125 for 59c per yard Handsome Snowy Swiss Flouncing ia floral patterns Worth 1 to 198 for 59c per yard 22Inch Swiss Allover Embroidery jn neat and showy designs Handsome goods Worth 1 to 198 for 59c yard We Give and Redeem ProfitSharing Certificates + 11 1 I II t t t I 1 I I I1H tE014+ i0WaNs119lOf i4iN FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South Phone City 3238 UpStairsStore The most extensive line of SPRING and SUMMER WOOLENS ever shown at lowest popular prices made to order We invite your inspection 425 WEST JEFFERSON STREET i HAVE YOU TRIED CAMPS Kentucky Incorporated Dairy Lunch 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