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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 WE DO FIRST Give This Next 14 4 1914 FIVE I The Greatest in the Year Leading Up to Easter Palm Sunday to lion or the Saviours Entry Into Solemn Services on Holy Thursday and Holy Saturday OF THE CROSS I Next week is Holy Weekthe greatest week In the year leading up to the greatest feast in the year Easter The first day of Holy Week Is called Palm Sunday being to honor the triumphant entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem when many of the Jews cut oft branches from the trees and strewed them in the way through which He was to pass It is in memory of this tri umph that the palms are blessed distributed to the faithful and car ried by them in solemn procession They hold them also in their hands while the history of the passion is read out of St Matthews gospel to signify by that ceremony that they are to partake of the triumph of Jesus Christ by virtue of his death and passion In the benediction of the palms are mentioned the branches of the palm tree olive tree and other trees which are made use of in country where these trees grow but in our northern countries we supply that defect with any sort of green boughs which are called palms from the original ceremony and they are intended to represent to us our Saviours victory over the prince of death and the riches of his mercies the palm branches being emblems of victory and the olive branches of mercy The Roman missal and breviary call Holy Thursday the Thursday ofII the lords Supper being the day when our Lord at his last supper Instituted the sacrament of the Eucharist It Is called by the French Absolution Thursday because the sentence enproro nc d penitents We call It Maundy Thursday from the ceremony of washing the feet called in the rubric mandalum which is the first antiphon sung during the ceremony The mass on this day differs from the rest of the office That of the holy Eucharist Is celebrated a sub ject therefore of Joy and expressed by the ringing of bells and the white color of the vestments and ornaments of the altar For though the church is wholly taken up during this week with the passion of Christ and for that reason has appointed the feast of Corpus Christi as a day of for the Insti tution of that sacrament yet she should not refrain from expressions of her Joy and gratitude on the very day when our Lord was pleased to give us so wonderful a pledge of his love But after the Gloria in Excelsls the bells are silent during the remainder of this day all Good Friday and Holy Saturday until the recurrence of the same angelical hymn on the last mentioned day This Is Intended to honor the wonderful silence of our Saviour during his passion and to express the astonishment and mourning of the church for the death of her spouse The rubric prescribes the consecration of two hosts one for the sacrifice of this day the other to be carried In solemn procession to a nlace adorned with lights where It Is kept with great splendor for the office of the next day The reason of this solemn worship of God in the blessed sacrament is to give the people an of returning thanks to God for this in estimable blessing on the very day Itself of its Institution and this sentiment is strikingly evinced by them in their frequent visits to the places where it is reserved The blessed sacrament is removed from the principal altar that the devotion of the passion which was there com menced the evening before at the Tenebrae may be continued with out pomp or Afte the vespers the priest with his min- Isters divest the altars of the church of their coverings and otherr ornaments The antiphon Dlvls grunt and the psalm Deus Due meus said by the priest and sun by the choir during the ceremony sufficiently show that it represents the stripping of our Saviour of his garments for which the soldiers cast lot and which they divided among themselves Th nakedness of the altar signifies that Christ in his passion lost all his beauty and majesty and was in a manner deprived of the glory of his divine natuf The church everyday the bloody sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross by a true and real unbloody sacrifice in which she offers to God the same body and blood that were glvoln for the sins of the world nut on Good O rids she otters no sacrifice nor is then any of the Holy Euch arlst the priest receiving the sacred boat which he had consecrated the day before So office which is performed instead of the mass she contents herself with a bare ot the pMBlbnj j and makes It her chief business tc expose to the faithful Jesus iChriali crucified for them For thisl en d- ne I reads such triete aii r wt ui KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXXIINO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL PRICE CENTS I HOLY WEEK Ecclesiastical Appointed Jerusalem GoodFrlday VENERATION ecclesiastical ecclesiastical appointed oftbSolutionWas thanksgiv- Ing thanksgiving opportunity magnificence commemorates consecration thatlnt11e representation leseniand count In predictions of his coming for their redemption and types his Immolation on the cross otII then she reads the history of passion as related by St John to show how the law and the prophets were verified by the gospel The faithful by these lessons are In structed In the mystery of this day and therefore beg with the priest the fruit and application of this passion None are excluded from the suffrages of the church on a day when Jesus Christ prayed for his persecutors and offered his blood to his Father for the salvation of those who shed It Next both priest and people adore Jesus Christ crucified expressing thelr adoration by kneeling thrice before they kiss the cross The veneration of the cross is as ancient as Christianity itself If at the bare name1 of Jesus every knee should bend what feelings should arise In a Christian breast at the sight of the sacred sign of redemption I It Is not to the frail materials of the crbss that we pay our adoration but to Him who on it offered for our sins the sacrifice of propitiation After the ceremony the priest brings back to the altar the body of our Lord with the same solemnity as it was carried from thence on Thursday and finishes the office by receiving the sacred Victim that was slain this day or the redemption of mankind The Tenebrae or Matins with the other canonical hours for this day are consecrated to the memory of our Lord in his sepulcher The altars deprived of their ornaments on Maundy Thursday are again clothed with them and a new fire Is blessed to Illuminate them The office begins with lighting a triple candle which is emblematic of the light of Christ and signifies that the faith of the Blessed Trinity proceeds from the light communicated to us by Christ risen from the dead The paschal candle blessed in the next place by the deacon is a figure of the body of Jesus Christ and not being lighted at first represents Him dead and the five blessed grains of incense fixed in It denotes the aromatic spices that embalmed Him In the sepulcher The lighting of the paschal candle Is a representa tion of his rising again to a new life and the lighting of the lamps and other candles afterward teaches the faithful that the resurrection of the head will be followed by that of the members SOLEMNLY BLESSED The very artistic and handsome statuary group representing the death of St Joseph which was placed ImmaculateConception with Impressive services Sunday night the priests present and taklHf+ IDACt belAKthelt ar+ r Wt4fiEh 111 mann pastor of St Johns Rev B H Westermann pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Concep tion the Rev John OConnor Holy Name church the Rev Michael Melody of St Vincents Orphan Asylum the Rev George Weiss pastor of St Georges church and the Rev Theodore Reverman pastor of St Edwards church at Jefferson town Fathers Schuhmann Weiss and Revernian were boys of the Church of the Immaculate Concep tion The sermon was preached by Father Schuhmann who said in partSt Joseph died as he had lived a Just man The death of a Just man Is refreshing sleep from lifes trials Who was more entitled to this sleep than Joseph His hands and arms were worn by his labor at his car penters trade his limbs wearied by the long and toilsome Journeys made In following out Gods commands and his mind strained by anxiety lest a new Herod should issue another bloody decree Joseph had been Just to God to his neighbor and to him self The church has not declared that Joseph was without sin as with the other two of the holy group That brings him closer to us In his death we see his face full of hope It is because he had faith He can look forward in death A man who has no faith can look only backward Joseph held an humble position in life It is not the position but what a man makes of It that counts Just as on the stage often the poorest actor plays the part of king while the best actor takes the part of a beggar TWICE PASTOR HERE e The Rev Father Lucas Gottboe hoede former pastor of St Boniface church and late of Cincinnati died In that city Saturday morning In St Francis Hospital Although he had been declining In health for several years his death came as a shock to notraware of his condition Father Germanyin FranciseFranciscangorder November 8 1862 After hold ing pastorates In Cincinnati Hamil ton Ohio and Lafayette Ind he was made pastor of St Boniface church at Jackson street and Fehi toeuphisfor six years returning to Cincin sinceRequiem herThursdayo a MId in CincinnatiI attended bjP clergfromy EUCIDiEyeExtensive preparations are bolag made for a splendid euchre and lott party at Sts Mary and Ellzabet tHospital on Wednesday and Thuri i day afternoon and evening April 2 i greaInsJttutlto makethlftheb yet held Titer will be parlous soeter games and ijtIc M i ik DISAPPOINTED Bull Moosers Still Finding Fault AVI th Louisville Rep I lcscntnthcsIs Public Unaware as to Method 1 of Selecting TheirEAdvisers I Should Devote Talents to Aid = lug in Bringing Local t Enterprises THREE LEADING REFORMERS r AnptTier echo of the disappoint ment of the Progressives and other followers of that party over the re suit ot the last election was staged t last night when a meeting Was held under the auspices ot the Mens t Federation to hear some of the grIev ances of a few selfappointed re t formers against the attitude of our local members of the Legislature and Senate The principal cause of the above grouch was the disinclination of the Jefferson county repre sentatives to devote all of their time to the passage of the socalled red light bill which meant the abolish ment of the present tenderloin dls trlct and tne residents thereof to be scattered broadcast with the priv 1 leg of locating in any neighborhood they desired But the peculiar feature pertaining to the bill was that the general public or the voters at large were not consulted one way or the other as to its merits the measure being a pet of a few men here who styled themselves the Vice Com mission with Henry M Johnson John 1M Chandler and Col Pat Callahan as the chief lobbyists for the bill i at Frankfort these three also being to advocates of several other fad 1 measures which in their singularly t wise Judgment were considered beneficial for the common people i for whom they had appointed them selves as advisers and sponsors deIfeatNovember may be the principal cause theyLegislatureand Johnson having been considered as1Iiuref IPoln es for fat salaried pesiMonatlnt tfirTereJl fit al tlcketa success WhUoCol Callahan would have been considered one of time t powers behind the Progressive throne it having been intimated that It was mainly through his efforts that his personal friend Judge Sam ThadPolice Court on the Progressive ticket and It is also significant that t Hunter Ross who was high in the council of the Progressives along with the rank and file In Col Calla hans employ were loud In their demonstrations of support tor thec Axton ticket many good political unI1doubtedlycandidate for Congress unless barred f by the primary rules pertaining to registration Some of Col Callahans friends claim that as a Congressman this constituents would ever be InI touch with affairs pertaining to their interests as his known aptitude for letter writing on Important topics would be given wide scope as a Repreesritatlve from this Congres sional district One of the local members of the recent Legislature and wh6 is considered J as having plenty of good hose sense in addition to his legal talents was a visitor 16 the office 61 the Kentucky Irish American the other day and In a discussion of the efforts of a few members of the Com mercial Club and the Mens Federa tion to influence legislation stated I j that If these same men would devote onehalt of the time in endeavoring to bring large factories or business enterprises to the city or State that they do toward promoting fads or collections all of the community I Incl11dentallyI that the failure of the recent Gen eral Assembly could be attributed time prohibition measures toII blocked all progressive or beneficial j legislation and for which if nothing else the Jefferson county representa tives deserve a rising vote of thanks for their efforts in opposition and of which there has been ho mention thus far by the men who have chosen themselves as guardians of our welfare The above remarks pt this representative who halls from an eastern city district seems to strike a popular chord Judging from the expressions heard on all sides during the past ten days Councilman Dan Coleman who has the proposed segregation or dinance in charge is expected to report the same at the next meeting of the council in response to many requests on all sides tho argument made ty Attorney Pat Savage on behalf l of the West Chestnut street t residents being convincing enough asI I to the merits of the proposed or dinance in spite of the oratory from the colored professors who were present at the committee meeting and several of whom are only transient residents of this city In this connection Councilman Al Ros enberg states that he was quote o Incorrectly In regard to the meeting and that He Is in favor o the ordinance but with an amend 2 neat added t 9FATII11 GII M COMING e a The iRPJames KTGlllto CM- I P tot the taltot atka otNew York l1pqa flout during a+utt n iys week to his former classmate the Rev John D Kalaher pastor of St7 ColumbasonUrc with WhojJ1 he was graduated from St Charles College In Maryland in the class of 1896 During fibs sojourn In Louisville this eloquent young missionary will give a Holy Meek retreat in St Columbas and beginning tomor row Palm Sunday will delher a each evening at 730 oclock will also preach at the solemn high mass at 930 oclock on Easter Sunday morning The solemn clos- Ing of the retreat will takeplace on Sunday evening RECENT DEATHS Miss Lena 11 Schlndler beloved daughter of Mr andllrs Emil Schindler 1709 Rowan street de parted this life early Tuesday morn- Ing leaving a wide circle of frIend who mourn her death She was twentyone years old and a regular attendant at St Anthonys church where the funeral was held Thurs day morning Following an operation for stomach trouble Mrs Mary Lanahan widow of John Lanahan died Saturday at her home 2629 West Main street Mrs Lanahan was born in this city fortynine years ago and was the mother of Dennis J Lana han and Miss Anna Belle I anahan who survive her Her funeral was held from the Cathedral Wednesday morning The funeral of Mrs Mary Conley widow of Andrew Conley was held Wednesday morning with solemn requiem mass at St Cecilias church of which she was one of the oldest members Mrs Conley was born in Ireland seventy f ur years ago but had spent nearly her whole life In this city Kindtjto her neighbors and generous to the poor many friends will mourn her death Surviving her are one daughter Miss Annie Conloy and two sons Patrick and Timothy Conley Following an illness of several months of a complication of ailments Mrs Elsie Dwyer wife of Patrolman Dennis A Dwyer passed peacefully her eternal rest Wednesday morn- Ing at her home 1218 South Fit teenth street Mrs Dwyer was thlr tyona years old and is survived by her husband twdCchlldren Viola and Edward Dwyer her father Julius J Crelier and three sisters Miss Lillie liraDiaryby many sorrowing friends and rela tives was held Fnday morntjtg from GeorgeCQ1nor I rcq1te1trriitH iAd John Klnnarney the oldest mem her of St Johns parish was called to his eternal rest last Saturday at the home of his son James W KIn narney 618 East Broadway with whom he spent his declining days he deceased was born in Ireland but came to Louisville when a young man and for years was a Superintendent of construction for the Louisville Railway Company Al ways of a genial and happy disposition he made friends among all and his last days were made pleasant by his son and the four who surviveII The- funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Johns church Rev Dr Schuhmann officiating at the high mass of requiem and paying tribute the life and character of him who had been true to the faith and his friends DANGER POINT PASSED The many friends of the Hon Jacob iHoertz the widely known brick contractor will be rejoiced to pronounce their patient on the road to recovery Mr Hoertz was taken ill with pneumonia two weeks agb and for some days his case was regarded as critical Wednesday there was a favorable change in his condition which gives reason for hope that he will soon be able to be out again GRAND BAZAR Combination books are being is sued for the grand bazar to be given by St Philip Nerls church at Wind thorst Hall Floyd and Magnolia on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday April 21 22 and 23 the proceeds of which will be used for the benefit of the thatch and school Supper will be served every day during the bazar from 5 to 830oclock and there will be a musical programme during the evening A 300 Losslng piano will be disposed of during the bazar SERGEANT DETECTIVE Lieut Edward McEllIott for some time past In charge of the Highland police district was on Tuesday appointed Sergeant Detective succeed ing the late Charles HIckey For a number of years Lieut McElllott was a member of the detective force where he made an excellent and was appointed a Lieutenant b former Mayor Head The transfer was made by the Board of Public Safety att11e request of theI Lieutenant IRELAND LOSES PATRIOT Timothy Daniel Sullivan iris patriot and author of God Save Ireland died In Dublin on Tuesday Timothy Sullivan a JournaUsfcj b profession was a native of Bahtry e thtInfavprolfhomewas in his prime For twenty years he was a Nationalist member thE3 House of Qominq9Ban fprtwo years was Lord Mayor of Dublin Fey men of histlme rijdar d grate r Hrvteet Ireland ASd 4ew of hi loath cant a phil of gloom over tfc entire country 1 1 f fl WILL PASS t Home Rule on Terms of Gov ernment quid the Irish f arty Premier Asqtilth Resigns From the Commonsand Situation Changes Military Defiance of Parliament Pouts Tories In Bad HoleII I ULSTER HAS BEEN CHECKMATED I Cabling from London Hon T P OConnor says that they knew for the first time what lay behind Sir Edward Carsons campaign and opera bouffe army In Ulster ThisII was merely the facade of the build Ing There lay behind It a much more serious fabric of opposition to home rule namely a carefully prepared niutlny In the army which by paralyzing the Government wouldjj have made it impossible to take anyII action against Carsons army and t thus have left him master of the situation This discovery roused every deep rooted and historical I feeling among middle class Liberals I and working people At once all difference between middle class Liberalism I and the Labor representa tives disappeared and it became I certain that when the Issue of tho army against the Parliament and of the army against the people was placed before the nation Liberalism and Labor would march together toIa crushing victory and entrench the Liberal Ministry In power for five years more These feelings ex pressed themselves with unexampled t frankness In the House of Commons I especially as the first days debate I was given over to Labor leaders theI Government sitting silent and watch fulHowever the situation remains In I essence the same Numerous blunders have been committed by servants of the Government butt- bis11giganti isau rot tim a says SgYlili 111 1 aR1 I iN a Mlt l ClearlY b d1f lsimpossible thatthe Tories should accept battle upon It All these events have enormously helped home rule in every direction Home rule now is mixed up with the much wider issue of English liberty and In fighting for home rule for Ireland the Liberals now are fighting the vaster question of home rule for England But secondly these events have burst up Carsons Ulster bubble Carsons movement depended on the success of the mutiny mutinyiwith silent relief even of the Tories who shrank back from the specter of the army being repudiated by the people and their property being robbed of the Immense protection of respect for the law Carsons vol unteers cease after this to produce any effect but universal laughter among the Liberals and serious apprehensions among the Tories All this tends to create a more rational atmosphere and the settle ment of home rule by consent be comes more assured It Is also an other splendid result of these events that the Ministry will find It impos sible to grant one single concession more to the Ulstermen and thus the Irish party Is saved from being asked to threaten its existence as a party by requesting further conces dons It looks now as If the home rule bill will pass on the terms ot the Government and the Irish party The mutinous Tory officers did not look for such results from their criminal conspiracy but that is what they have done Tuesday the House of Commons started the debate on the home rule but which was expected to occupy three days The absence of Premier Asquith who has resigned from the House of Commons and is now Sec retary of War disconcerted the Unionists who complained bitterly The first act of Premier Asquith In his new capacity as Secretary of War was to clear up the myster- surrounding the Instructions give by the War Office to Gen Sir Arthu- Paget CommandorinCbIef in Ire land Sir Arthur was summoned to I London to give his chief a personal account of the orders he had received and issued and as a result of the conference Reginald McKenna the Home Secretary who is acting as leader of the House was able to in form the Commons on Wednesday Pageyt tomrmanding officers in wa putItheir duty before any other considerations It was not his intention that this or any such question should be put by the general officers to inh formed the general officers of the promise given by the Secretary of War to officers whose homes were yin Ulster to permit them to with draw temporarily from their reg f invents in the event of operations t becoming necessary in Ulster and he requested the general officers to find out lnimedla elY the number of officers who would withdraw on this account The Irish Comm nderIn Chief was asked if any officer who could not claim this exemption wools be allowedtbmeatgn and TB plled that the reaislt of any fefuwl to do their duty could only mean their dismissal from the army I Premier Asquith will stand for 101 election probably without opposi ion and with the Ulsterites check mated home rule for Ireland with out further compromise appears cer tain 4 CORNERSTONE LAYING On Palm Sunday April 5 the Right Rev Denis OOonaghue Bishop of Louisville and a number of visiting clergymen wjll lay the cornerstone of the new St Pauls church on Jackson street the cere mony to take place at 4 oclock In the afternoon The new St Pauls replaces the church destroyed by fire last November and will stand a monument to the zeal and unflaglng energy of the Rev Father Thomas York the pastor and the good peo pIe of that parish who look forward to the day near at hand when they can worship In the new edifice The sermon on this occasion will be preached by the eloquent Rev Dr Schuhmann of St Johns church From the plans which wore drawn by Architect Thomas Nolan of this city the new edifice will present a most handsome appearance It will be built with red and white brick with stone trimmings and will have a seating capacity of 800 From present indications a large repre sentation of the local Catholic socIe ties will attend the laying of the cornerstone and the parish commit tee has made adequate arrangements for their reception and entertain ment A feature of the ceremonies will be the placing In the cornerstone of a list of the present parishioners of St Pauls church together with the names of the Bishop and pastor which will thus be preserved to future generations To all present and past communicants of St Pauls parish a cordial Invitation Is ex tended to be preesnt on this mem orable occasion At the close of the ceremonies Father York will enter tain the visiting clergy at the parish house MACKIN COUNCIL There was an unusually large attendance at the meeting of Mackln Council Y M I Monday night attracted by the announce ment that there would be an exhibi tion of wireless telegraphy and talk electricity by W A Link After a short talk on the development of electricity the wireless machines were worked and the operation proved most Interesting and In structive President Thornton an pounced that on next Monday night theje wptijd be a series of stereop icon ylQgva on the Passion of Our Sav oour Arthur Senn who has giiGeorgesick list Secretary Barry told of the steps being taken for the or ganization of Mackins ball team which will be a member of the Twin City League Lively Interest was manifested and the amount neces sary for the franchise was allowed The Social Club announced that there would be a special dance after Easter and endeavor would be made to have It surpass all others of this season Secretary Cassln made an Interesting report showing that ex cellent work Is being done and that members are attain becoming active in the work of the council THE APRIL INTENTION The general Intention recom mended by His Holiness Pope Plus X to the members of the League of the Sacred Heart during the month of April is the triumph of the church In France The world Is familiar with the persecution which the church has undergone In France dur ing the past thirty years Her enemies have hoped that she was conquered and her power broken forever And yet it is gradually be coming clear that the persecution has failed and Catholic France far from being dead is very much alive By breaking the bonds that united the Church with the State the Drench Government broke the churchs chains and opened for her a new era Her Bishops can speak more freely and with complete in dependence New churches are go Ing up new parishes have been formed the lukewarm have begun to practice their religion free Catholic schools have been multiplied and a thousand good works have sprung up The people have been aroused and united by persecution and are better and stronger than before Those who know France best are sure that she can not be separated from the Catholic church Her mind as well as her heart Is essentially theybeingncompleter ANNUAL CHARITY EFCHRE 1The Ladles Sewing Society of St Anthonys Hospital are arranging for their annual euchre and lotto to be given at Phoenix Hill on Wednes day and Thursday afternoon and evening April 15 and 16 These entertainments have been given for a number of years and they are always well attended by the many becausetof the season but also because of the fact that the proceeds go to very deserving charity the for the sick as a large per of the patients who are cared for at St Anthonys each year have not the moans to reimburse the good Sisters for their attention BISHOP GARRIGAN IMPROVED Bishop Garrlgan of Sioux City who was 111 in St Josephs Hospital1 In that city is reported improved and out of all danger The BishopI was suffering from lumbago bronchitis and a bad cold Despite h4 seventy years be possesses aL wonderful vKallty which eriableiI ttin tcr combat his allmentfl WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give This Office Your Nod Order WASHINGTON Getting Ready For Unveiling of Monument to Commodore BarryI Military Pageant Will Be One of the Greatest Ever Seen Every Irish Society in America Invited to Send Repre sentatives A DISTINGUISHED GATHERING The statue of Commodore John Barry cast in bronze from a full SculptorJohnrived In Washington last week and Is now In position on the pedestal In Franklin Park where wrapped in the flag the great Irish naval hero awaitthe16 next In size and general charaacteristics the statue somewhat re sembles that of Rochambeau which oppositetlmement stands on one of the best sites In the National Capital on the Four teenth street side of Franklin Park between I and K streets Fourteenth thoroughfl1releading section of Washington Thousands of people will pass the monument positionItvalor of the men of Ireland in the s struggle for American independence Since the monument has been placed In position the Washington committees have been unusually en ergetic in shaping arrangements for the coming unveiling exercises Hun dreds of Invitations will go out dur ing the coming week to organizations and individuals throughout the country Every Irish society in America will be Invited to send representatives to Washington and it is understood that arrangements are being made by many of them to have large delegations in the National Capital on May 15 and 16 The entire membership of the hta CQh1 ubu4quxboc- ountry are slsb lintereatsdifln MAlthe Barry monument Anticipating many of the Knights coming to Washing ton their brothers of the National Capital will extend hospitalities to the visitors on May 15 16 and 17 This was decided on at the last meet Ing of Washington Council and all of cooperateAll 1 ecutive Committee are taking a warm Interest in the coming celebration The American Irish Historical Society y expects to charter a special train from New York and the LYorkbusy organizing large parties Inii Chicago the Irish Fellowship Club and the Ancient Order of Hibernians will Send many representatives r Southern visitors will be looked after by Hon M A OBryne President of the Hibernian Society of Savannah and organizations throughout Virginia Maryland and Delaware are being looked after by i the Washington members of the National Committee A committee of Washington ladles Is in course of formation the specialJ JIlookJIGovernorsJI inent State officials members of the = 1 Judiciary and many of the Catholic i hierarchy are to be specially invited During the coming week President Wilson will be invited to attend the great banquet to be held on the evening of May 16 It is expected that the President will accept the Invitation of the Executive Commit tee a special meeting of which will t be held in Washington for the pur pose of inviting the President the selection of speakers for the unveil ing the Mount Vernon pilgrimage and the banquet There will be no civic parade but the Government officials will order a paradeof soldiers sailors marines and cadets that Is expected to be one of the best military pageants seen in Washington for a long time A spe cial committee has been appointed In Washington to urge the War and Navy departments to make the parade commensurate with the noble services to his country of the Father of ourNavy HOLY WEEK RETREAT a The retreat heretofore announced for St Columbas church will begin oclocksmass and in the evening at 730sHumanrCharacter of Christ will bedellv Gullsaof the Paulist Fathers of New York everyeevening in the week at the same hour with the exception of Saturday The first mass on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday will be at 6 and the second mass at 8 oclock on Holy Thursday there will be solemn mass and procession at 7 qclock on Good Friday there will be solemn mass of the presanctlfled at 730 oclock 1and Stations of the Cross at 3 oclock A plenary indulgence in the form Qt the Papar blessing to those who at forbJ1Lmel1t arid unite In saying borne prawns for the Helyl XStthtrtTnUatipa llrb6 givenitthe clou ot tYoiretreatr 7 KENTUOKY YiGLISI3 1ll ZERIOAN rRTHGKY IRISH flMERIGftN tie Nod to the Social and L oral UraaceiBemeit el1 Irish Americana arid Ciikelftc Of6cl Measyinstitute and CifihoHc KnfchUof Ataerlc AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorpotttel Pufcllhf I KENTUCKY mlBHI INSCRIPTION PRICE ON DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY gc Bound 1 alii LtulsvllU ptttle n BnandCtU natar- E iMrtti ill ftfcMMlMtlni U tht KENTUCKY IRISH AWERrCAN ilJ21 West Omi St IItOt1ISVJLLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 4 1914 UNANSWERABLE The following extracts from Speaker Champ Clarks great speech ori the canal tolls repeal question strike many as sound and convincing and unanswerable from an American or Democratic standpoint- To whom does the Panama canal belong anyway To the United States of America We built it at the enormous cost of 400000000 We built It on American soil We have fortified it we will control IIt- In order to get a chance to build iit we created a republic For whose benefit did we build it PrImarily secondarily for thefor our own worlds benefit Why did we build it In order to secure cheap water freight rates We most earnestly desire peace with all nations we will buy peace from none In the meporable words i of the immortal Pinckney Millions for defense but not one cent for tribute When we were a feebl folk with only five or six millions of people and with very little wealth the highsouled Jefferson scornfully refused to pay tribute to the pirates of the Barbary coast and though a lifelong lover of peace sent Amerl can menofwar to shell them out of their holes vow being the richest and most powerful nation on the globe with a population of 100 000OOO soulstl very flower of the human racewe are asked to grant to Great Britain whom we defied and defeated in our Infancy and whom we defied again and defeated in our early youth 1in the war of 1812properly called Our Second War of independence concessions grounded in Injustice and humiliating in character claim for which concessions had been abandoned by Great Britain nut Senator Ellhu Root made a speec upholding the contentions of that foreign power contentions Yhlch had been flatly rejected by a Presl dent of the United States and hIE retaryofStatsrm4 GARB QUESTION AGAIN Having failed in their endeavor to oust the Catholic Sisters from the Indian schools because of the JUStiCE of William Howard Taft then PresI dent of the United States bigot have now hit on another scheme an are endeavoring to pass subtle legif lation in Congress that will put thesE Sisters out Many will argue 01 course that though they have noth- Ing against the Catholic Sisters an will admit that It was by thE Governments original request thai these puns took up their work in thE Indian schools it is not American I1 lr principle to allow any religion itc have charge of schools to which thE Government contributes But dlr you ever hear of any of the broadminded patriots raising a proles against having public school teacher wear secret society badges whIlE teaching asks the Denver Register- S cr t societies are not Catholic yot know INSURES TilE WORKERS According to the report of a k commission appointed by the Na tlonal Civic Federation there are now five million workers in the United States who come under the protection of workmens compensa tlon laws Because of the great number affected employers liability Insurance rates have material reduced It is also stated that more than twice the number will be cov ered by similar legislation before the end of the present year It seems to be a sensible plan for workmen to be insured against accident and to have the assurance that they themselves and those dependent upon there are not at the end of their resources should the support of the family become incapacitated to per form his usual duties For this reason If for no other the compen ntldn laws are entitled to popularity they art gaining in the Legislatures of the different States 1DiSRATED GENERAI Time was when Gen Nelson A blues late of the United States army Would hays been assured of a rightt rey i welcome from the citizens of Su franclKCv Not so long ago thei 0 fleral was a man highly thought E of ia This communityone to whom tk4 ieya of the city were always coteiKtedii asserts the San Francisco Ldr But ale and ahickil What U sekaryehas came over affalrB In 4 tlMM Mfcr days1 Mllai arrlv 4 In S ape iraldM a Yew dy1 10 also Mite irnd htllf voile1 tit daftie iris eaaIj list I slightest ripple on the surface of our activities And why the changes Because of Miles connection with that iigriomlnbus band of bigots j as the Guardians of knownII beetlebrow Miles has proven himself to be and as such he has brought upon himself the welldeserved scorn of all libertyloving Americans THE TANENBAUM SENTENCES With the sentence Imposed by Judge Wadhams upon Frank Tanen baum the leader of the I W W I I church desecrators very little fault I is likely to be found says the New York Herald The language used by 1 Judge Wadhams in imposing the sentence calm and dispassionate presIslveI delivered in many a day It is to be hoped that the words of the Judge will sink deep not only into the I heart of Frank Tanenbaum but into the hearts of ministers of the gospel amateur editors professional settlement workers and the other parlor I socialists who have encouraged these misguided aliens and descendants of aliens in their extreme course against all forms of overnmentII WHERE THEY BELONG When a notorious antiCatholic lecturer in order to obtain a standing in Michigan challenged Congressman Tarsney to a joint debate the only answer he received was the old proverb He that lies down with I dogs will get up with fleas There are many of the type of this lec turer who want to engage Catholics In debate Better avoid contamina tlon by leaving them severely alone Let them wallow in the gutter to their hearts content That Is whereII they belong I The Board of Education should by all means let the contracts for the I LOUISIII this wajvonly wllltlu work be done by Jlocal contractors and with local labor and material They have never failed when called upon for the good I and welfare of Louisville and there fore are justly entitled to this work I Many women appearing on the streets in decollete dress would walk backward did they realize the sorry figure they cut I What have you done during the Lenten season now ending This may be your last I rightlyll Only another week remains MAKES SHAW LAUGH I George Bernard Shaw Englands playwright author and cynic says the peace centenary celebration be EnglandIs1ndl1vlduallyI hate one another he continued Suddenly they realize they havent I fought each other for 100 years Immediately they wish to raise a big sum of money In order to celebrate I the event by slobbering over one another Now It they had been fighting with one another for 100 years and suddenly stopped I would be able to understand such a move mentBut for two unfriendly na tions suddenly to conjure up feelings happentoI although all the time toady to fly at each others throats is beyond my powers of comprehension In an swer to the question as to what he leIbratlngtheI suggested that monuments would lie a fitting tribute as then no lies would be told except In speeches made at the unveiling of the rlptlonsI ANNUAL EUCHRE S whlcbIscompQyoung men of the city IB making annualauchrqi I cathIerineAux iliary are assisting and many hand1I some prizes have been donated I DOUBLE JUBILEE St Aloysius parish of Covlngton will observe its fiftieth anniversary or golden jubilee in June 1915 At Revgather saliersacred priesthood i IJCTuRESANDVAUDJWILLIj The Hib raian Social Club will I give aaotheiioff their BerSeapfHioVlbhil picture and vaudeville etrtIngents atthaNorman TlseaterWen it thMt ltd PortlandI aveaus on- arsnlstt1 UprtyTSl with two 1 OS atIt and tIae ID ext it Ier TIS GOOD TO KNOW Tis goqd to know one has a friend When trouble comes along The frlend a helping hand to lend And merea b sll1 es songII TIs gogd tq Mar a ftlndly word Spoken In praise of one When venomed slander mounts the board Slanderthe gossips gun Tis good to find sweet charity i Still blessing man through man Fruitful of comfort amity And joy in lifes short spa- nJ A Byrne II iV1 I ftiO uuOO Miss Sadie C Doyle Is home from a two weeks visit In New York City I1lr2 J L Sofan of Plow Heights I had as her guest for a week Mrs M J Quinn of Nashville Miss Jessie Hannephin of Oak dale spent last week with Miss Clyde I Musi iri the West End I Mr Bud Mrs Casper Fellar and jI daughter of Carrollton were here for a short visit last weekII Mr and Mrs Martin Carroll are home from a delightful ylBltlo Daniels and family at CIaYII Miss Alary G Ridge of I Broadway has returned home afte Several weeks stay in Indianapolis I I1lr and Mrs B S Mattlngly of the Highlands have been entertain lIng Miss Florence bSuillvan OJ Lebanon I Miss Edna Nally of Parkland spent several days last week iIn- Ch Hestowri Ind visiting Thin Lawrence Wood Miss Mary Duffy of Cincinnati was this week the guest of Mr and Mrs John Oalllgan East Seventl street Jeffersonville IMrs M J Quinn who was here for a vIsit to Mrs J L Sohn at Flora Heights has returned to her home 1n Nashville Miss Alice Malone who was 111 at the Jewish Hospital is now at ber home In Pewee Valley and is very much improved In health Mrs Thomas Mooney had as her guest last week her sisterinlaw Mrs L J Welser who has returned to her home in Columbus Ind Miss Bessie Hensel of Jefferson vllle has returned from St Mary of the Woods near Terre Haute where she visited schoolmates IMisses Helen Mechling and Mar jory Taylor of Crescent Hill art home from a delightful visit wit Mrs L D Winchester at Lyndon II1lrs Della Thlckstun West Market street Jeffersqnvllle has bee entertaining her granddaughter Misi Helen Thlckstun of Terre Haute Ind I1Irs E L Bowling of Lebanon Junction and Mrs Elizabeth HagaiI were last week guests of Mrs M Higgins at her home on the boulevard Miss Josephine Murphy who has been the guest of her cousins the Misses Elizabeth and Alice Hayes left yesterday for her home in Minneapolis o IMrs Mary Whalen and son Will lam and Miss Corinne McNally otl Portland visited In South Loulsvlll last week the guests of Mrs M Coughlin IMr and Mrs W J McLaughlinI and children of the Highlands wil leave on May 13 for a trip abroad They will visit Mrs McLaughlfni sister in Rome IMiss May Weber of LawtonI Heights and Mrs John OConnoi gave a linen shower Jn honor of Miss Mary McCann whose marriage wil I take place April 1C IJohn F Greely who was oper ated on for appendicitis at Sts Mar and Elizabeth Hospital last Sunday is Improving nicely the operation being considered successful In even way Mrs Owen McCann whb has been confined to her home in Clifton with a broken ankle Is making progressI toward recovery and hopes soon to be able to have full use of the In- Jured member I1IIss guestshissesof Michigan after spending the spring vacation with Miss Kirwans mother have returned to Detroit to continue their studies Among the June marriages will be that of Miss Margaretha Adame daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Adame of Highland Park and Rudolph ReIchert whose engagement has just been announced Mrs John P Hellon of 1602 Dumesnll street who has been seri ously ill and two weeks ago under- Went an operation is now convales cent at her home to the great relief of her family and many friends SEVENTH GARVEY There IB much rejoicing Jn the hprae of David B Garvey 2819 West Min street since the arrival there pf aaether flues boy making Beyen in hit household Dave has been receiving coagratujatlons all teak and to everyone he says that fortFKDHRXTIPN The regular monthly motlag et 8C4 kgiteFetlWatign will be holdsI MtThy adaynirt at tiw Qatlto- lie0s t Pre4ent floss ii- spstopatbrtth reI1 ai full gabs of ddogatflp ear ohs sWsIo- eee to H yP IWNI II as SPOrta- a 7- Iii S ear++ tiH4++ 44+ 2 + HHHHHtJI Phone City 83- 60TIDE PARADISE J Incorporated 7 I Contractors in Lighting Fixtures and Electrical Supplies If PAT AS tONVENIEHT + 10 J J J +HHto+ + Bft IEUCHnEA D LOTTO The Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church Clay and Walnut will entertain its friends with a euchre and llotto party at Trinity Council Hall on Tuesday April 28 They have already secured maul handsome prizes and prpnrise numerous pleasing features for all who attend COVINGTON Hs many friends will be delighted to hear that the Rev James SeelI toIsuffering a o heart trouble and pneumonia OUR GREAT LIBRARY The Library of Congress at Wash Ingtfln Iii now ranked as third among the great libraries of the world 1 The library waa first established In 1800 It was almost totally destroyed when the British burned Washington In 1814 and the prlvatQ library of Thomaa Jefferson was purchased by Congress to start the collection anew CATHOLIC CHARITIES The special committee in charge ot the programme for the next biennial National Conference of Cathollp- II Charities which Is to ba held in I Washington from September 20 to September 23 met In New York and adopted plans which are to govern the convention Thomas M Mulry Is Chairman of the committeeI LARGEST DIOCESES The largest Catholic dioceses in this country are New York with 1219920 souls Chicago with 1150000 and Boston with 900000 The diocese of Cologne Breslau and Paris the three largest In the world have a Catholic population of nearly 11000000 REAPPOINTED I Gov Glynn last week sent the name of Bishop Grimes to the New Work State Senate for Trustee of the State School of Agriculture at MorrlsvJlle for another term The nomination was unanimously confirmed i FIRST VQMAIJ LAWTEn The first woman lawyer In Aus tralia Is Miss Anna Brennan whoI recently tried her first case wearing a white dress over which was a black robe of the professional bar rister LENT SOON ENDS I For Catholics it is the correct thing II To redouble ones devotions dur ing Holy Week I I To be on time for all the Holy servicesWeekII To provide oneself with a Holy Week manual so as to be able to follow the services with Intelligence IIprofitIto the fund for decorating the repository for Holy Thursday In the parish church IIToI genuflect on both knees when repositories on Holy Thurs day as Is the regulation at all times when the Blessed Sacrament Is ex posed In a churchI To peremptorily stop all whisper Ing and irreverence on the part of npnCathollc companions who accom pany one from motives of curIosity- toI the different churches I To remember that one who walks to the different churches visited game more merit than one who rides other things being equal I To receive holy communion on I Holy Thursday III To know that a great many indul I piouslYIattending the iHoly I To go up one aisle and tp comedown another when visiting repos itories in crowded churches so as to avoid jostling against the throng LATEST IN STYLES Jet earrings continue in great favorEven fichus are edged with tiny box plaited frllllngs belts appear on theI IIiNarroWgOld new flowered crepe dresses have coatee fronts I The most charnVlng foot ruffles are seen on taffeta gowns Plaited skirts are seen below the low set belts of the new coats 1 1Col1ars on some of the new suits are made of wjde fancy braid I I Striped and Plain linings are as much seen ag flowered linings Lingerie silk crepes washable have narrow tsripea In many colors I Plaid Chinese cloth collars have a pretty effect on wool eponge coats I The new bustles are made of woven wire with a lingerie cover 1 A curlous new sleeve is like a wrapofIet borderedwith taffeta Guimpqa can now be bought ready made with vests of crepe de chinel wSjtii wppi dujetyne Is being UJe4J9r oatsuits sklrU and go of- aa BlaltI ittilk aredrapd- ot f9ri IJ era ea afterrteon- 1i0 901 W 1 J 1IjWft rKAMiS ipo ISrIowFvp l r1 4- U S E CORNER SECOND AND MARKET II N4 ATIONALljFdt REAL VAUDEVILLE THREE REEL SPECIAL 3lSTHERA Beautiful Pictoriall Production of the Pretty Biblical Story RUSSELLS MINSTRELS In A Cork logical Conglomeration Songs Jokes Dances Novelties 5 OTHERS AR ACT5Matinee All Seats lOc Night lOu and 20c 01 Quick Meal Gas Ranges Are Excellent Mont Excellent Specially adapted for the economical use of naturallgatr GEHER SON 215 W Market Near econd CBTHOMPSOf1 FL RISTI ONLY ONE STOREr Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH VENtItc Both Tetaphesa 1080- c All orders receive prompt attectlot ud satisfaction crnaranteetl KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ute News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Last Sunday at Texarkana a class of over fifty received the first degree Sixty candidates will enter the order on April 19 at Columbus OhioUllnolsKnlghts are finding homes for homeless children and children for childless homes The retreat for the Knights of Cincinnati which opened Monday will close tomorrow morning Another bright page was written for Oklahoma Knighthood when eighty received the fourth degree at Muskogee Yearly 100 candidates received the first degree at a joint initiation held Sunday by South Bend and Notre Dame councils The Knights of Portland Ore will again be represented by one of the strongest ball teams in the great Northwest The Knights of Salina Kas do nated the proceeds of their St Pat ricks day lecture to the new St Joseph Hospital Brooklyn Knights are arranging for the biggest Fourth of July cele bration ever held under the Long Island jurisdiction District Attorney Felletler of Bos ton acting for the order has called upon the Postoffice Department to see what can be donq to exclude from the malls the AUrora Menace Five Hundred San Francisco mem bers made public demonstration of their faith by attending St andreCathedral Sunday morning calving holy communion in a body Sti Thomas Council of Cumberland R I has donated generously for the Field Afar Catholic mission ll4ncolnmemorialIerected on grounds DETRQIT 1D3RE TODAY Louisvilles former favorite and idol Hughey Jennings will be here this afternoon with the Detroit ball club for a game today and tomor row his lineup composing all of time regular Tigers including Ty Cobb who la an attraction In himself ouiBvllJes showing thus far in the Exhibition games augurs well for a good team this season and a pos slbie Pennant contender the only apparent weaknesfi being In the playing of Stansburr la left field wino is eto have lost his batting eye altogether R1ii MT FURIIIPIIS LoamEertrandsthattofi tA mY Fourth and BrMkaridge The r 4- s f A tp r tida op I i r i 1 We Are Clothiers to Men Who Are i Proud of Their Appearance tc OUAHANTCID fr sc sum4 ALL WOOL Clotnes nsssffn ay Oejrrlrtt l9K A B Klncftbum Ca 11 We can save you 2 5 and iin some cases even 10 ton a Suit because we dont pay 25000 a year rent for groundfloor space We have no 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for first class work Thirty new styles to select from Established forty years Ostrich leathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West Jefferson Street North Si- deTELEPHONEIrHOME Service With the Largest List of Connections in Louisville and Suburbs 1 1TheService Unlimited Long Distance Connections To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade Lowest Rates THE LOUISVILLE HOME TELEPHONE CO INCORPORATED The Sisters of the Good Shepherd 2214 BANK STREET Would be very grateful for more llaundry work to help toward the support of their large class of poor children Phone St Xaviers Ltkurfdry Home Shawnee 1462 Cumberland West 462 ATTENTION I NATURAL GAS CONSUMERS The Elrennan Natural Gas Appliance Co 245 East MarketS are experienced Natural Gas Fitters andare capable of taking your work no jib so big and none too mall We guarantee satisfaction and if you ynt proper ombustion call BRENNAN Neural Gas Appliance Co Tome Phone City 2872 245 EMArket Open evenings u f ts lS + I 1001 tL HOME PHONE 677IL LWtr inA HTMSOKiii eiWrat u 1l 0ttk Stir LMlle Kyr A tO d ii1ou14tlit I F t i lit w t L I E1T YTOSZ YRISH A1tERIGANmnnnn- r CUMBERLAND MAIN 3871y I jMBJONBBARR SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 822 East IadLo Street lI + P4bMl1riKUiHi11 I I 1 n III1S If 11 11 101 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 36S L L QRAN W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Iie e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funerall Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Cub Mala 2098a voce City 2S9S 6b4F4 0 J1ibar rr r Ko DR J T CHAWKJ Veterinary t Infirmary I 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET S Iel OaaE4S 219a HttM Mf 2IM JAA Ciw IT1JJJJJTI1 TIM BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE llt McKenna uuD Distiller Fairfield Ky oIHJ 1 11111 i i1111 1 111 111 3os1i I I H r MIl 11 J 1 11011 11 1 I FINn OIIA31PAO- N88AL KOLB i323 West Green Street t LIQUORS CIGARS 1Ili It 111 J J S t S 1 S it J t II IIi j J II J SII J II S n 11 J 1111 to DR EDMOND D WELLS EYE EAR NOSE THROAT Room 202 CourierJournal Bldg FOURTH AND GREEN Hours 1 p m to 5 p m Saturday and Monday 7 to 8 p m Phqne City 6719 SAVES THE RUB THE EASY CLEAN EASY WAY Simply Stir the Clothes Ten AUniites o QV OAP LQUISYILLE SOAP GOMPAIY INCORPORATED4- tOUlSVILLEKEitu KY n Mte 7eV biila aeaeWs M- MST wal XAVIES COLLEO- Iwiril eJ =i ued1yi lbXat 1- Zri a r i BIO LINE OF Easter Cards and Postals Booklets Etc Y Exclusive Designs New Line Lenten Reading and Devotional Book ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldett Kentucky Home of Church MONUMENTS We have just received live car loads of Monuments ranging n prices from 7500 to 20000 and which w can glye at a bargain Before purchasing please glue us a callfatour wurerooms 3183 West Green St iw Ifiililoiqii Moniimiirt On r HBOSSEfcSONI Funeral jSirectcp ttenaKJ Embahners B10 FiI AY git 2IW hry APOSTLE Was Madame ORorlkof Sisters ottlic Sacred Heart I iBride of Irish Hero oftDefense of Little Round Top Won Entire Family Back to the Fervaiit Practice of Religion 1 LOVE OF GOD WAS HER MOTIVE The allusion to Madame ORorke of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart In our Catholic chronology of date March 29 will revive loving recollections of a noble religious and an accomplished woman among her former nsslate8 and pupils In her long career as an educator In New vIfdencej I Madame ORorkes maiden name was Clara Bishop She was born inIi I 1837HEirmother though baptized a Catholic did not practice her religion Clara pad not heard of the sacrament of Rqndnce until her thirteenth year Then Marie a classmate told her of It and the Impression made on Clara was ao great that she begged her confessionOnechurch Marie placed Clara near the confesslpnal and then went tc IntervalClaraAbout to run away but the priest toherfearwiththedaytribunalA makherI wasfourteen ownfamilYover her brothers and sisters an had the happiness of winning th a entire family back to the fervent verygifteddashingyoungdg and Fortieth New York Volunteers Patrick H OIRorke in 1862 andyear later he fell at the head of his LlttlRounda 1863histragiepisodesengagementCol RochesterboyCounty Cavan Ireland March 25 1837 the two J WbenbntslxteenexlctlyCUniversityhedeclinedWestPoint attheHsawEngineer thePotomace and Frederlcksburg and shortly be fore Lees Invasion of Pennsylvania had been assigned to the One Hun Bred ItsColonelyearsoldofficersand8s Gettysburgasup rear o Warrmetn RounTopthedangerserlouslthreatenedwhiri dayOthe eastern slope of the rocky hill and springing from his horse his sword flashed from Its scabbard and ledthethehIJJsldeVincentsbrigadedragged to wethatplercedthroe day weretenderlybrotherofficerFarleyHisSocietytheotManhattanvlUe 180n5d sanuccessively anProvidence sd byberkindnessher thwallswas recognized by the priests of the die oftheirrundertakings followIng orybyer forgotten1iersplrituapreservea counBJ encouragment ndIpyamotlyof Inbisf I ttheonaSuperfor I aboveaUCopyright CARE FOR THE WIFE If your wife looks pale of cheek oliollnouriahinfoodyeg rillQveryYou soon will berewarded by seeing thusbandit I wifes health I STRUCK SECOND MATCH I wlfehadi akoT1lighti g3ML bdeetis to Bret nt tiff =to txa 1t144 tOt ltat pap o that tombstone every time I gae In or oot the kirk an ma wife dldna canaltervise f Tammas Neal Shdy It wad 6e ndlforIt ISand foist add But Ive struck anlther match AMfRICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some HempralilJB Eveats in the Cakolic Ills I tory of America By James ARooney March 29 1837 Madame 6Rorkd of the Sisters ot the Sacred Heart1 born In Rochester N Y died In 11OUorkand Fortieth New York Volun teers hero of the defense qf Lltte Round Top whp fell i L Gettysburg July 2 1863 March 30 1779 Death at Munich flavarla of Father Francis Ben nbn Ducrue Si J tlast Superior of the Jesuit missions in California Which were suppressed In 176J and the Jesuits expelled from California and New Mexico after seventy years of missionary labor March 31 1907Death of the Rev Charles H Parks while pastor of the Church of St Thomas Aquinas West Farms N Y first Catholic chaplain in the United States navy born in New York In 1835 appointed chaplain by President Cleveland April 25 1888 resigned January 25 1900 kAprilleans of Gen Francis H Harring ton TJ S M C born In Washing ton June 2 1844 served In the nocivilqulom celebrated by his son the Rev George Harrington In St WashingtonApril Right Rev Michael Joseph OFarrelljufirst Bishop of born In Limerick December 2 1832 ordained August 18 1855 the most eloquent speaker of the American hierarchy conseqrated StrMichaels Orphan Asylum at Hope well iNJpril 3 1824Dr Henry Clarke eBowen Greene convert born In South Berwick Mo distinguished physician graduate of Harvard received into the church Novem 1824 by the Very Rev Will dlam Taylor administrator of Boston April 4 X843Church of St Louis byBlshopcalcitrant trustees made their submission August 10 1844 when removedaWHAT RABBI SAID The Rev Rabbi Dr Joseph Silver man In a sermon at Temple Emanu- El New York City opposing Suffra fpllowingIt Is a slRnlflcaiit fact that the Catholic church has opposed the feminist movement the suffrage movement and Socialism No good lends Tits s pport to either them The Catholic church with its deep knowledge of human nature sensed the evil and recognized th danger of what will follow I call on all Protestant churches to Join In opposing these three movements I call on them In the Interests of the children of today and In the Inter ests of the children unborn IRELAND IN ROME Nobody has ever thought of mak Eternalg Yene 0 To say nothing of the laity and they are more thinkeyou will find Irish nuns In scores of Roman convents students of Irish blood and name by the hundred 1 iInternational colleges in Italian ScotchpI C North and South Amen can colleges You will find Irish re llgious In curios and Mother houses of religious orders and con gregations and Irish novices an sscholastics In their studentates I you revisit the Pratt and see between 400 and 500 boys pouring out of a handsome new school which a few years ago was a barren space anybody will tell you that the school and the boys belong to the Irish Christian Brothers the camerata of young religious you see entering th 0of newest of churches In the Ludovlal1 goIngrick any morning or afternoon youI Qftholectures at Propaganda Irish priests are In charge of that most central1 point in Rome San Silvestro IInI Capite on the rational feast of Ireland you feel that the day has bee Incompletei if you have not heard the sermon at St Isidores which has been in possession of Irish Fran clscans for centuries and even in Rbme no more picturesque or sug thatasI In theirI i passingdtoward their venerable home at San Clemente NOT ON PAT I veA certain Irishman had Just got the old age pension and wended his way to the rural Postpfflce for his I wrJteliea aka1skeyo1Uiln1t I coming all this way to make that J cro 1 v J3 WeD Bf4dj Pats No erase BQ crowns me bOYoIf 8BHING XBH MGHT Statlstlce Shaw that in the s years aamlnlBwattos of Cardinal 0Co hll the oeamtisiK the HAa tea dlocma ntuitjsf 5itt fArFilfad wJtkfI aaakti a deliofnar ry 7 3J- i IMMIGRATION Bill Indorsed by Kentuckys Lending A P A Secret Societies Test AVquld Have Barred t1iG Parents of President Lincoln Recalls Rebuke Administered- by President Eliot of Harvard IMMIGRANTS IGNORE KENTUCKY The latest phase of the agitation anent the Burnett Immigration bill which recently passed the House was the action of the Daughters of America throughout Kentucky wir- Ing their Indorsement of the proposed bill to Senators Ollie James and W 0 Bradley although it has been proven conclusively that this State receives practically no Immigration this fact being published broadcast in the dally press and should have been seen by every member of this A P A and other organizations that Is if they are able to read which Is one of the frst qualifications they want exacted of the immigrants The an- uncement In the dally press quoted the Daughters as being opposed to the bill which called forth a Burgesslocalas g of the department under the risdiction of David B G Rose at the Evening Post according to the directory but it Is not known whether Burrell is a Miss or Mr membedtrs ImmlGratlon closes the doors on all aliens over the age of sixteen years physically capable of reading who can not read the English language or some other language or dialect Apropo- of this the New York Sun says This made us think of an un mostlyilliteratet history In spite of educational defects Nlcholay and Hays Abraham Lincoln tells us of his mothers famllconnectionl so little given to letters that it t hard to determine the proper name and relationships of the younger members Nancy Hanks the mother of Abraham Lincoln was an exception In that day and region almost a marvel She could redd and wrltea remarkable accom pllshment In her circle Her hus band Thomas Lincoln seems to butNancy nameThe wordee provided by the Burnett bill wool thliankseathat fought Indians felled forests founded States and finally spread the great Western empire the pre cursors and the pioneers were no scholars as a rule They had ama chance of letters How would th North have fared In the civil wa- It aliens ready to fight for her had been sifted by the thirty word test 7 tAn immigrant guiltless of reading was good enough to build the United States now his ability hla character his productive capacity J his usefulness and value are to Judged by his skill to read fro lann guage or dialect Words words words the great American art But we are told the literacy test Is only a pretence Some check on immif gratlon there must be the wordl ftest for Want of a better If so be honest about ItdOnly a pretence this recalls the public rebuke administered by Eliot the President Emeritus Harvard some time ago to certain ultrapatriotic Americans who boldly admitted that their interests in the Into immigration bill vetoed by President Taft was for the purpose checking the growing influence 1and power of the Catholic church which was being augmented by the constant flow of Catholic immi grants It seems that the same ad fvacates are urging the literacy test in the present Burnett bill For one indication of this take n 1recentJ editorial in the Living Church Protestant Episcopal We read The religious forces of this swampednby Roman Catholic Immigration In nearly all the Northern States Roman Catholicism has a large numerical preponderance In many StatesJ that population exceeds all tho other forces of organized Chris tianity combined Everywhere a 1vigorous propaganda similar to that of Dom Gasquet is maintained par ticularly among churchmen Not strangely many of them aro af= fected by It and some fall from their allegiance According to Dr Eliot Catholics are entitled to roll they gain by immigration QUITE A WORD 1Engllllhlanguawhich signify amale the 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During the past year new divisions were organized In Green Bay and Fond du Lac WJs Division 4 Is after a home IIn earnest a strong committee having the matter In charge Miss Mary Murphy State Presi dent has organized a division of thet Ladlees Auxiliary at Laconla N H The County Board will soon beginI preparations for the annual celebra tion generally held during the monthI 6f July There Is a splendid division atl Heppner Ore At the March meeting twentyfour candidates received the degrees The largest initiation for many months In Nashau N H was heldI Sunday week when over fifty took the four degrees The death of John Mahoney State Insurance Secretary of the Ancient Order caused deep sorrow In every division In Minnesota The Ladies Auxiliary will soon have another big initiation They are making a splendid record and setting example for the division The church was filled to the doors when the Hibernians and Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul received holy communion In a body at St Paul I The one securing the largest num ber of new members in the present campaign in Indianapolis will receive a handsome diamond ring the gift of Jeweler John Mullaly I San Francisco Hibernians have appealed to President Wilson and their Senators and Representatives iIni Congress to have the words Father of the American Navy inscribed on the Barry monument Feeling tribute was paid the memory of Michael Keaney at the meeting of Division 2 on Thursday night He wds one of the pioneer members and always an earnest worker for the Ancient Order Division 3 continues to receive approval and encouragement for undertaking the purchase of Its ow home Quite a number of citizen- have I shown their Interest by makin S nice contributions to the building fundDivision 2 met Thursday night too late for a report In this issue Death and sickness have cost this division much the past winter but still the members are determined to Increase their number and continue their good workDivision 1 will meet next Tuesday night and all members are urged to be present Several matters of Im portance must then be acted upon and in addition plans for the sum mer campaign will be discussed and a date set for the next Initiation There was a splendid meeting ofI the Ladles Auxiliary this week and several applications for membership wore received From all sides cdme reports that their coming pictureI I sucIo I of ticketsWhen Division 3 meets Monday night there will be some agreeable particularlycommittee Work on the new home is being pushed and It has been suggested that the opening be marked by a big Initiation I DIMTHIHoly Trinity congregation mourns the death of another of Its most passlugs-I Mary E Doherty who was long prominent In New Albany church and society circles and was loved by Dohertyhadthe victim of a sudden attack ofI cerebral hemorrhage surviving the shock only a few hours Her fu neral was held Friday morning from requlemhighFather Charles Curran the church mourningfriendsyears of age and was a native of New Albany where she had lived all of her life and had a wide circle of friends and acquaintances She was a daughter of the late Michael JosephDohertyway Company who died a few years ago In Chicago was a brother One sister Mrs Edward Fitzpatrick survives her I GOOD WOMAN GONE In her seventysixth year death came to Mrs Katherine Moore mother of the late Joseph J Eaklns former managing editor of the New York World Monday afternoon at the Sacred Heart Home 218 East College street where she had resided for some time Death resulted from I paralysis with which she was stricken ten days before She was I an aunt of Judge John D Carroll of the Kentucky Court of Appeals and of A J Carroll and Charles Carroll of Louisville and of Mrs J J Shan non of Lexington Mrs Moore came to Louisville sixty years ago and here she lived a quiet retired life The funeral was hejd Wednesday morning from St Mary Magdalens I church TIERNEY RETURNS amonthsSpringsArk i arrived resumed his duties at the City Hall Chairman Tierney says Rush C Watkins also a member of the springsformaking progress toward recovery ANNUAL PIONia l fit JHphsOrphan Asylum has I mlectd Wednesday July 88 ae the date igr the annual pkmlo glr a for I the bAntit of tile orphans of that I taetttutleaIII Li Made a New Woman I I 1San Antonio Tex Sept 1912 2I was with nervousness for operationIg awake four to five hours every night had no appetite and no more ambition I butIfelt much better and after three bottles I could do my work again even washing and Ironing and toll like a new woman since I Improved so much that my doc tor when he saw me lately had to look again to make out who I was The Tonic hu done me a world of good and I am never without It Mrs Rosa Durat Lev J Hesse writes from Pena Blanca N Mexu that the bottle of Pastor Koe figs Nerve Tonlo was for a lady who sage that It kept her alive FBampiFNer e Prepared br Ray FATHER Kpimo I of Fort Wayne led lral 1876 and now by thei II KOENIG MED CO Chicago DL 62 W Ulc Strtt ne r Dearborn al4 br Drafslttiat SIZubonl 6 lot 98 Larlf Sia for 9- SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice PresentHenry McDermott Recording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far cellTloasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tlai Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wlll lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentrC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T IeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas HannonI BS Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P Price Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch RecordlngfoJicretarr = John J BarryatFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Farrell Sentinel M J McDermott 6Y 11Q I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Clu House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary = Will Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentinelF E Gratzer Executive CommitteeF G Adams George Simonis Frank Geller W A Link IMPROVING AT INFIRMARY Reports from St Josephs In firmary on Thursday were that Mrs Monaghan the venerable mother of ReV Father Patrick Monaghan Sec retary to Bishop ODonaghue was Improving slowly and that her at tendants had every hope for her re covery Mrs ilonaghan was stricken with paralysis two weeks ago and was brought to the Infirmary In this city That shels recovering will be welcome news to her relatives and friends in Central City and through out the State BOWLING GREEN The Rev Father Hayes pastor of St Josephs church at Bowling Green last week received from France a most artistically executed and beautiful group statue of St Anne and the Blessed Virgin the gift of a member of the congregation The statue when placed in position will be blessed with impressive ceremony and will add much to the Interior beauty of St Josephs CONCERT AND MINSTREL A grand concert and minstrel show win be given at St Augustines Hall 1308 West Broadway on Wednsday and Thursday April 15 and 16 the performance to be given at 8 p m The splendid performances of this kind given during the past by the St Augustine minstrels Is sure to be a guarantee of crowded houses at both performances Ticketstof admission will be cents CARD OF THANKS 4We desire to extend our sincere thanks to our many friends and neighbors for their kindness and ympathY shown us during the Illness and death of our beloved son and brother Fred J JHuhn We espe cially thank tie Rev Father Murphy the pallbearera cud the senora i the eautUultloweri OfJ The Iytereaved a1llltriil IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges Rev D OConnor of Klllarney liar been appointed to the pastoral charge of Annascaul The burial toqk place of Daniel Mullane of Macroom who had reached his 110th year The business of the County Armagh Assizes was extremely light as there was but one criminal case The Navan Urban Council has agreed to strike a penny rate and grant a free site for a free library To the Irvinesfown Union belongs the distinction of having for the financial year ending March 31 1915 no poor rate to pay The dead body of James Mclntyrei a retired schoolmaster and old age pensioner of Ballyclose was found on the roadside at FenagTiy- Abbeylelx Guardians have elected the Master Michael Maher Clerk of the Union and District Council by twentynine votes to twentysix for J Dunphy Jr of Rathdowney Dr P M Quinn of SlIgo was unanimously appointed Superintend ent Medical Officer of Health for the borough In room of Or Laird who resigned He was the only applicantOn recommendation of the Marquis of Ormonde the iLord Chancellor has appointed James Po Hughes of iGraiguenaManagh to the Commission of the Peace for Kilkenny countyJT McCarthy OConnor Tarbert Island and Llstowel has been ap pointed a Magistrate He is Chair man of the Finance Committee of the Llstpwel Rural District Coun cil and Guardians 4 Patrick Kearns of Smutternaugh formerly a gamekeeper on the Rock Ingham preserves was found dead on his farm where he had gone to do Bomo work It is believed he suc cumbed to heart failure In opening the Ijeltrlm Spring Assizes in Carrick Justice Molon6y congratulated the grand jury on the peaceful state of the county and on the fact that the business of the assizes was markedly light iAt a meeting held recently in Navan a corps of the Irish National Volunteers was formed There was a large meeting which was ad dressed by Prof McNeil After the meeting 110 men were enrolled I Chief Justice Cherry addressing the Meath grand jury said there were only three cases none of which presented any difficulty The po lice returns showed the county to be In a generally peaceful condition The Clonmel Tipperary Carrick and Fethard Councils contemplate big housing schemes In Tipperary about 400 houses have been condemned by the medical officer About 200 houses are required in ClonmelThe Very Rev Father John Furlong exProvlnclaJ of the Augustinian order who died at New Ross aged about seventyfive was a member of an old and respected County W jxford family being born at Cullenstown A representative committee has been formed in Irishtown and BalHndlne with J J Mullarkey as Chairman J Freeley as Treasurer and P Kirrano as Secretary for the purpose of presenting an address and testimonial to the Rev John Hyland of Moore who was curate yearsbGalway reportfromto inquire into a housing scheme for North Aran Island was approved recommending that a scheme should be adopted for the building of about sixty houses comprising cottages with and without land RECTORY ROBBED Within fifty feet of several hun dred worshipers tlileevs looted the rectory of St Williams church 1226 West Oak street shortly after 8 oclock Wednesday night They ob tained 55 in cash promlssary notes for 300 held by the pastor the Rev George M Connor clothing and furs valued at 60 some old Irish colnsa solid gold chalice a long gold chain valued at 100 various other articles of jewelry such as charms cuff links to the valuation of 50 and a box of cigars A gold pyx was found just outside a rear window where the thieves had dropped It in their departing Father Connor was conducting servlfts at St Annes church 1609 South Sev enth street at the time of the rob bery while the Rev George W Schuhmann pastor of St Johns church was in charge of the serv ices at St Williams churcbEn trance was gained through a window In the rear hall of the rectory K OF O PROGRAMME St Peters church choir under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Chase 4 will render Mercadantes Oratorio The Seven Last Words of Christ 4 next Wednesday evening at the Knights of Columbus home for the benefit of the members their families 4 and friends this being arranged by the lecturer Robert G Wulf as appropriate for the season of Lent The local council will have thlr next initiation of members on May 10 NATIONAL THEATER For Its patrons next week the National Theater will show a three real special Esthera beautiful pictorial production of the pretty Biblical story The other attractions will be provided by the Russell Min rIve famous funny fellows Introducing a corkologlcal conglomeration of songs jokes dances and nov eltles the WellingLevering Troupe presenting A Day at the County Fair the Four Fanchon Sisters and other members of headline proportions MAUDE KELLY ofBirminghamAlahas fnifha United State Suprem Court IiIht1ie thirtyfifth woman ta admilUA ujji1 n- OJ 11 U 111111 U HI S I U lIS IS III It HERMAN STRAUS SONS 0 i 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