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Kentucky Ir&h American NO. 11. to many, has a host of friend1 throughout the city, but is especially popular In the Fourth and Fifth wards with all classes, regardless o political faith, this boihg' amrjly proveu in 'WE DO PRINT1NI rw$T CUSS WORK. Give Thin Office Next Order. Tor VOLUME XXXIV, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 13 1915. tl' PRICE FIVE CENTS. actually engaged, and the Sheriff of said county shall receive mtleage aa is now provided for by law, In going to and returning from said institutions, and tho sum of $1 for eaeh report made to tho court. Sec. 7. That this law being; necessary for tho immediate preaervatibn Not EntliuMnatic of Teacc, health and safety, shall be trnucc or McCIiuhiic in force- and effect from and after Governor. Us passage, and all laws and parts J I DEDICATED J his J)lhop O'Donnjjhue DIcssesNew he as elected over the nearest competitor, Nichols, Progressive homiuee, by 400 otes, and over the Holy Crosh Parochial Progressive and Republican nomSchool. inees combinod by 20D majority, which s a. tribute when it Is taken Into consideration that this district is about a standoff between tho iMVgf QatlicriiiKvof Priests and strength of the leading parties. Mr. Kuh's friends and followers are cony- Ieople Assist at TinprctHlvc fident that with his candidacy the Ceremony. , Pomocratic ticket will again repeat Its former success. the election of 1913, when ST. PATRICK'S DAY. m DEMOCRATS x : Morning Parade to Be Feature of the Celebration in This City Under Flag Raising and r i ul ii i. i. 0cr the ICn- - For 'fv- - Auspices of AneientOrdTer-o- f Hibernians. " hereby repealed. SENATOR CHARLES KNIGHT. Vjcnr General Cronin Prenuho.s Judge Jnmns Qtiarles, of the First $ccmii on KrtiicaUou unci division, Chancery Branch, Jefferson Morula. Circuit Court, who succoeded Judge Shackelford Miller, has made quite .Mum AllIiK CirAXCKM.m. Judge Matt O'Doherty Will Be the PrincipMjfSpeaker of the Evening athe 'jr Board Entertainment tolBlGivenin Bertraftd. IJclIcvo'IIik Plntforiii.of Prohibition' Ono of PollticH The Junior Senator from Jofforson Only. county, Hon. Chnrlcs ill. Knight, is County one of our hold-ovSenators this er .i i. V ,m VERY REV. FATHER TIMOTHY L. CROWLEY TO PRESIDE AS CHAIRMAN year nnd will not bo prominent In the political nrena with tho exception" of aiding his fellow Democrats in tho November election, and this aid Is ovon more froely given than when ho is one ot the choices As un illustration, there has never been a anunlcl- - l.w.trt... .....I Ifnt ... XT,.. A.. a 1 predate Narrow Ksonpp of Ijiist Vear. WEISSINGER .- f IAISES FOR REV. FATHER BREY y With solemn and Impressive the Right Rev. Denis O'Donaghuo, Bishop of Louisville, last Sunday afternoon blessed and dedicated tho handsome now Holy Cross d parochial echool at and .Broadway, assisted by many of the local clergy. Long before 3 o'clock, tho hour set for the beginning or tho ceromonlos, which wore opened with solemn vespers, the church wi3 thronged to overflowing, and soon tho crowds filled the side- d walks on both .Broadway and street. Tho Rov. Father John D, Kajabor, of St. Coluniba's church, was of tho vospers, assisted by Father Georgo M. Connor, of St. William's, as deacon, and Fathor Tohn Fallon, of St, Cecilia's, lis Both the sanctuary and auditorium of the church were brilliantly illuminated and decorated for tho occasion, tho work ot tho ladles of the Altar Society. Following the vespers tho Rev. Father James P. Cronin, V. G., pas-a tor or St (Patrick's, delivered orcoful sermon, in which he spoke needs tf thodwellingand benefits of educa-Upwith effect upon tho present day necessity for onorat education. Father Cronin attributed the. lack of religious Inclination to insufficient moral training. "Tho i,chool," ha said, "is the third sKle of tho triangle of which the church ahd the home am the other two sides. Moral training in the school fits tho children of tho commuulty to become useful and honorable citizens: in uciuhiuH r r; mptfmeivJfce, JOibninliia&nica Cross parish for ?tho people of Holy maiiu 'their spirit and tho saormces school .nMoininr 'en handaomo a building for their children. Father Crontn .ceased When speaking a procession was formed, led by tho altar boys and Father Broy, the pastor, and followed by about thirty priests and Bishop O'Donaghuo, the Tast crowds opened ranks while the procession moved In solomir order to tho building, which was blessed by the Bishop. After tho blessing ceremony tho procession returned to tho church,n Schuh-manwhere- the Rev Fathor C. W. officiated .ut the bouedi6tlon of tho blessed sacrament. This ended and the the religious ceremonies the new congregation inspected building. The ladles of tho cohgrogatlon erred an elegant "dinnor to the clergy and others, when several prominent Catholics spoke brief 1. Lieut. Gov 13. X McDermott addressed tho clergymen on "Educn-tlo,Ho congratulated tho Bay. rather Brey and his congregation on tholr accomplishments and sairt a, great stop had been taken by the erection of such a building, deploring tho fact that more nch could aot fee, seen in all communities. tho iBishop O'Donaghuo followed saying Uftrtenant Governor, progresshe was of tho pleasod with the ot tho city ad that Holy mMs was tho second school that naa ' Cross Messed within the year, while o another had beou started cad would 4e, completed this year, Members ot compllmentea congregation ilia 'Father Brey on the completion oi the building, and said it was mainly his planning and sacrifices thai it became .possible. Under Mb guidance tho congregation haa grata jrom ono of the poorest to Us present standing. The Holy Cross BChool is of brick and stone, with tile roof. It contains M larw airy classrooms on the ground floor, guffidont for pvesont ueedt. An auditorium V100X60 foel occupies the Oft floor, ana tuajtfse basethabt 1 suitable for Tl?y in 'bad xather. All tho latest ideas in sflttiool building were Incor" porated. cere-mon- . OUT FOR JUDGE - From present indications there is St Patrick's day celebrations next Wednesday being the moHt momorablo in jears. and that plan nod under the auspices of eery prospect of the Thirty-secon- , Awmmv... l.lr. lo is 110W In .(It,. ft,. CAimrvstt f tn rf IVIIUUIT for which a large (fhu flU.lJLUlt.KW V. MIC process of ertctloiiSr ther Crow- - menis ior mo lounty uoaru ana ley will respond oujQjj alf of the Ladles' Auxiliary are as follows: W. TldiTV. iturk Wiiooi After tiKresr se and while .f. Pnniicllv. .Tohn .1 fled to tho Ran, John M Mnloney John T uie nag ih ueing' bree7c the Bchool chtTdren will sing V flirt "Ci'iF Qti ESSSKfCigOgSBcSiMwflPrllKJ . Thirty-secon- Jtt. I S3 colo-ora- nt sub-dento- n. n, fa c eminently qualified to sit In Judgment during tho trial of the most Intricate cases and tbo heavv and untiring work attached an a Chancellor has no terrors for hlni When iawyela and litigants enter the portals of his court tho know that tholr causo will receive the most careful and considerate attention at his hands The fact that his opinions are rarely, if ever, roversed bv tlie higher court bespeaks his ability as a Judgo of the first magnitude Jidge Quarles is a graduate of the Washington nnd Leo University and a Joffersonian Democrat in politics, standing high in tho estimation of who would bo his proud to sco him continue hi his present capacity of Chancellor folIow-Domocrats, a roputntion despite the short length of his service on the bench, especially for his promptness tn handling the 1 eavy routine of tln rourt Being thoroughly conversant with the letter of the law. Judge QuaHoa i the raising of theMupirlcan flag a larso Irish flag lUflne raised in honor of the day TOUfllo tho members and children arejm?i gathored a large group photograpugvlll bo taken with a revolving caSmra. Patriotic .md Irish music wluHpi) plajed by Coll'ns' band preceoTngllhe exercises and ot the close Ijffiil the gather ing In a parade abougtho principal streets of thai sectlo fl itfti aising"aiiUB)arade prom-1-- .. to b a t amroim the St. Pnt-rk s rl it lobrauSuw- - and Father (rowkA nnd the fcoijyflUtee ot 'ire v.orlfmft enthuhlis-ticall- v o be to make iaoVy'1 long and tmJjLUint will 10m-- p n rpint-uibere- n1rtilHiitirY A ftni ttip WKBmsmm VERY REV rt tavor.ibh wltMnm8' of the In other pdnjgtif the country wnere the order tjjrtich stroniter Members of the othrgmVislons In the city and Nrw Albiffl&.rd Jeffernon-vlll- e participate hne be n in the rerpmoniesanMbp the guosts invjlo MACICIN COUXCIU - n' wl tamlt t - SKRVIOWATST, rATIUCK'S. Next WedWMly at St. Patrick's church thero will be appropriate hvfconor of tie Apostle of Ireland, 8t. (Patrick", who is the patron-o- f that hurch There will tn a solemn, high mass at 8 o'clock tnusio in the mornl, with special v. James P. Cronin, by the choir. preachy tho V . the ,pafor, rrlll sermon on 8ts Patrick. Tikis Is one of the largest congregation' In the city and ia always taxed to accommodate 'the peoplfj rno gaiher on this day ti honor Ireland's Tf i thf saint ff. reaentative from WilUaro J. Kuh, IiegisIaUve Rev- is composea aistrw, rorth oi tn and iFifth wards, ts being mated ty ay of his np.mocraiic to Again 4)At in in yoarrmjn wBJctt the Forty-aovent- h 0ttct C M u Lte,eloAtlon m Mr-t- "km coieorani, ut?v ritiuur 14 una u all indications point to a lively doacon and Rev. Fither Baxter as with a special programme season for this wide awake organization. The (meeting Monday night of choir music arranged for tho occaVery itev Father Ciowloy will vsaa well attended nnd the reports ot sion tho various committees were ory preach the sermon and the middle satisfactory, Wackin has completed aisle will bi reserved for mombers of tho organization of its athletic club, the order and tho auxiliary. whose work will bo handlod by Immediately following the church Chairman George Thornton and a erlcoi, all will gather in front of board of flvo members Manager Bertvand Hall, when President John Hllbsch, of the baseball club, 1s 11. Honnessy. of Division 4. on behalf getting his aggregation together, and of tho division,, will present a ltirgo already some very strong caliber Is American flag to tho school and Hall, on hand, with overy opportunity for" a winning team. Bvory Sunday afternoon meetings of the- social Uons and their supporters. As a re Ihe commisj suit of its Investigation opinion club are hold, and a committee now making arrangements for a sion has reached thomnde.Uponthat reeuchre to be held next month, lor these bigoted attacks prizes have ligion come largely from three which soveral valuablo already been purchased. Tho second o assets "First Thobe who; fall to appre annual pinocle tournament will open on Wednesday. March 24, when ciate tho constitutional provision re enthusiasts of tho game will meet in garding freedom of religious worship exciting conflict to determine tho or to understand the bollof of those champion for thr coining year. At profossing a religion, other than their the meeting next Monday nigh own. "Second Thoso whoso purpose is there will ho a wrestling match be both to destroy not only the Catholic retween llogan and Connelly, prominent knights of the mat, nnd n ligion, but all rollgion and all dub' warm contest la anticipated. Maukin's constituted government. "Third Perhaps the worst class baskotball club has Just finished a very successful season, and now all comprises thoso who, despud their ro turned to baseball and expressed motives of high purpose, minds aro actuated sololy by sordid mer tennis. cenary considerations. "Tho commission, invites too co WIDE COMMENT. operation ot societies and organiza tions or nil religious beliefs to tho Ueut. Gov. E. J. MoDcrmott an address In Lexington on end that tho constitutional provision Tuesday of last wcok to tho law regarding freedom of religious wor students of tho State University aiu ship may bo understood and uphold. tho public in general on "Tho Jiw Tho commission will request tho In the (Past and Present," which Is Postmaster General to make a public being widely commented upon. The statoment regarding his position on Lexington, Herald on tho following tho exclusion of nonmailable matter day devoted three columns to It and in view of tho decisions ot the United on last Sunday roprintcd tho entire States courts, apparently overlooked address, comprising soven columns. by him in his annual report." This week the Secretary of the Jjaw School requested perMOURN HER DEATH. mission of (Mr, McDermott to publish in pamphlet form an address One of St, Ixiuls Bertrand's most which ho dellvored ilve or six years ago on "Advocacy," and in th' devout women nngwerd tho summons March number of "iCaso and Com- or death last Sunday evening in tho ment," a legal magazine, published person ot Mrs, Mattio RhoflQs Dowl-lnhcloved wife of James B, DowJ-intho editor In Rochester, N. T e prints a 838 South Fourth street, who extract from the Lieutenant Governor's paper road at was stricken when about to enter the S(, iLquIb during Christmas week in rhitroh tAr thn Tjflntnn ilnvnHnnn Hers 1010 for tho American Political was a life spent in tho love and wor- Science Association, and he has ship o.t her Divine Creator and the written for tho same magazine au memory of her boautlful character article for tho April nuanbor on "Tho will remain long with those whose New Penology." , honor it was to bo numbered among hpr friends and acquaintances. SinAGAUfST BIGOTRY. cere sympathy is extended to her devoted husband nnd relatives. Her The commission on religious preju- funeral took place Wednesday morn dice appointed by the Knjghta of ing, attended by many mourning Columbus at their supreme cohtob-Uo- a friends and acquaintances. Ja St. Paul la Augvatt 1SH, .' ended a two days' executive meeting: viaxo nmjiTAij, at Chicago on Sunday. The following atjnded: CoL P II. Callahan, of .. fit. ..unite P YTIv 13naaw IaajI. Louisville, Chairman; Albert G, Bat etny will entertain with a tfano lax Vancouver, B, C; Joseph L Scotti Los Angeles, Cal.; Joseph C cital at Bertrand Hall next Monday Pelletier, Boston; Thomas A. Law-le- r, venlng. Among those who will Lansing, Mich, Col. Callahan take part are Misses Mildred Kenne, gave out the following statement: Ermaitarde Knebelkaxnp. Thelma Hiokey, Margaret, "The commission has been investi-panti- Knebolkump, tho philosophy underlying the Marie Zlegler, Helen rJilegler, Btta waves of religions bigotry, wih vhlch Sullivan, Mary E. Callahan, Helen toe country is visited from time to Brown, Rebecca" Broderlck, Marie Urne. Wo are gratified with the raag- - Pfeiter, Alma Keaney, Margaret The oiuwrc nuppori owing mown ny uio Wagner and Glynn Mackin. a general pram tnrougnoot the coun Holr Roaaw cenra wil b ' try m ronoeminnjr Mfotea pu' preerawnes. feature of on sub-deaco- n, llacklnpuncllylrpna tinuing its numerous activities and 9imismusM f'cmmittpt of Arningwiiouts for tho Division 1, A. O H the Limerick uag raising and pa'radtore S. J James McTigtiB. Lawrence J. division, will bo one long to bo reMcUonogh, membered, a the efforts of tho mem- Mean, William 'mj& bers are being greatly supplemented Thomas Lj nch T. UBlSRiigan nud M b Very llov. Father Crowley, prior J MoUermott In the evonlngtRft annual of Ht Louis Bertrand's church; Bev. UDler auspTceAOf the County Father Realty, tho division chnplain, nnd the Dominican school teachers. Board and LadleHJgwmHary will be Judgo There w ill Do a solemn high mass at held in BortrandJlHHlnaauoro tt, tele-brutlon FATHER CROWLEY, of l)iislon 4 on thatccnslon Tho JUDGE MVTT O'DOHERTY, Keaney, Mrs Ii J. Doughertj. Miss Mar Coriornn. Miss Bertha King, Miss Catherine Nolan. Mrs Rosa Ansback, Miss Murgaret Hourlgan and Mrs M. Bailey The programme will be as follows' Chairman Ven Rev T L. Crowley, O P Chorus "Come Back to Erin," Ladles Auxiliary Choir. lajicos--r?loiand, Brlcld -- . -np m Jlatt. 0.'I)oln tySTwmabPtfiYijT 01 Ireland of Today" boinl; looked for wnrd to with much intqrost by those who know the speakeifs familiarity with liis subject In addition to Judge O'Dohorty's addrobs thorp will bo seornl musical numbers, consisting of Irish music, which Is sure to" Very Rev Fathor provo a treat Crowley has kindly conseutod, at the request of County President W. J. Cflnnell' and tho Committee of Arrangements,, to act ns Chairman aud introduce the speaker ot the. oven- - vP wr 'T t tho Rlvor A. 0. H. Quartotto. Introductory remarks Very Rov. T L. Crowley. O. P Address "Tho Ireland of Today," Judge Matt O'Doherty. Chorus "When I Droam of Olti Erin," St Louis Bertrand Gregorian tiuartette"fiy Kou-mare- hendquartors, working early and lato for success. This if nothing else has endeared him to not only tho leadors but the boys in the fronchOB, aud an-- . time that Senator Knight shies bi bat in a municipal contest both tho leaders and rank and file become active in his behalf. Before ohtor-n- g tho Senate he served a term in the House of Representatives, and though the first time in public llfo, more than made good with the State political b'Kdeis. who saw that he had cut his eyo teoth In the gamo of politics or parliamentary either tactics Consequently when he a member of the Citato Senate this preliminary career In tho lower house made him one of the big men In the handling of State affairs. Senator Knight is one of the officers ot the Louisville (Provision Company and is high In - the osteon: of tho workmen In his employ, who one ahd all nro his best boosters, whilo laboring mon In general are proud of tho fight ho made in behalf of the wprKmrs-cnnTpcirsTrnorrioti pal campaign that "Charley" Knight is not an acthe worker about the thusiasm that these gentlemen and thoir followers expected, tho simple announcement- - that this was tho candidate not frightening any of the other five candidates out of the race, and tho fact prothat he would make State-wid- e hibition his chief issuo has only served to bring censure from Democrats all over Kentucky. These critics are not of tho liquor element, but comprise thoso Democrats who Know thut the prohibition issuo is only lugged in tor political purHaly-Beckha- in Tho advent of Hnrry V bosom friend of Senator Wockham and Qen Haly, Into the Democratic cpntest for Governor has not been received with tho en- I l poses. if The surprising feature In connection with the announcement of McQhesney'b prohibition platform ia that Hah and Beckham, who aro considered astute politicians, do net realize that this ib a heavy handicap for their man to carry, when It Is considered that Beckham had to shelve his prohibition views in the last August primary, and the vote he received in this district rdone Was from tho efforts of loaders who do not bollevo in tho fanaticism of prohibition, and to these men, at least, the latest mo'e of tho State machine lo sheer Ingratitude. Another phase of the McChesney announcement is that It will take strength away from Nowman, who has been flirting with tho W C T I'., and will serve to divide the element in the primary, which win insure the nomination ouone o cold-water ," emniuyors' liability act. TRINITY COUNCITi. mvnynr' ihuTOtfrri ftmi Choir. Song Miss Rose Henley. "Kathleen Mavourneen. Span-glo- Chorus nnd flnnlo "Star Banner," Toadies' Auxiliary. d - CONVENT BILL Has Putted the Two llousosof tlie Ai'kaiiauH General Assembly. Aimed at Catholics 'Despite the Promotcri. .Senile KvcnaeA of the "Will Allow'JBIgotato Invade Private Institutions Day or Nijrht.'-- FULL COPY OF OBNOXIOUS BILL Jef-fors- g, g, one-pag- o - ... ng The Kentucky Irish Amorican prints herewith a copy of tho famous convent inspection bill, which has Just passed both houses of tho Arkansas General Assembly, nnd is similar in character to, tho blllfl introduced in six other States. Despite tho excuse's of some of tho supporters that It will Include all institutions, it can readily bo soon that It Is aimed directly at tho Catholic church and is a blow at the fundamental principles of religious 11b- orty. Whon n law which allows twenty men, and tho selection will naturally bo twenty "bigots or fanatics, to enter unannounced any institution at any hour of tho daf or night, thon our days of religious liberty is at an end and the guarantee in tho constitution of tho United States is being tlplntcd. Tho following Is d copy Of the bill; Section 1, That overy private or public hospital, reformatory horuo,. detention hopie, conyent, asykum, sectarian seminary, school or institu tion, shall, be open at all times to Inspection of the 8hor ff of tho county In which said institutions are situated, or to the grand Jury thereof, or to the inspection of or persons duly appointed Vy the Dircdit (Judge of the district in-- , which said Institutions are located, upon a petition hein? presents by him requesting the same, signed by twenty cltlaens ol aid county or d!- trtct, or by Ml of said any-perso- " JndhM. t0 See. 3. Itahattl and, any Whartff "Mr tn :t grand Jury thereof, or any porson or persons who mnv be appointed oy tue circuit Juugo of tho district In which said Institutions are situated, to visit unannounced, every public or private houso of deten(affairs." tion,, convent, aBylum, sectarian Tho other State races are beginseminary, school or Institution, and ning to attract attention, the entry shall interrogate each inmate out ot list being augmented dally, one of the hearing of any official or the latest to announce being Sherof said institutions separately, man Goodpaster, State Examiner and to ascertain whether or not the Inspector, for tho Democratic 'noa of said institution or instituination for Stato Treasurer, who W. tions are, in fact, , tho subject of prove a formidable candidate heXv , .oluntary confinement. cause of his wide acquaintance and N II) boing the purpose of this law expert handling of the State's lo afford every person within tho with regard to efficiency Ono confines of said institution tho candidate who seems to be having lNTO,ETKRVAL IIRRT. fullest opportunity to divulgo the it all his own way s vMvhi Steger, truth as to their detention therein, Tho announcement of tho death on of Owingsvllle, who has obtained without boing deterrod by tho forco Wednesday at the convent of tho such a lead in the raco for tho Clerk of such punishment within the inof the Good Shepherd on Eighth of tho Court of Appeals nomination stitution as they might draw upon street of Sister Mary Raphael occa- that he wilf never bo headed or even themselves if their disclosure were sioned much Horrow among tho Sis- VUU)llk Up Willi UJ IUU fJilUAUlJ unit?. ' committed to tho person o'r persons ters aud inmates of that institution. Tho official announcement ot former who are responsible for thoir con- Sister Mary Rnphaol was a native ot KpeaKer Claude u. Terrell ror state finement, or whohavo authority over Now York and had boon connected Treasurer Is expectod daily, tho Cin them in said institution. wth the Sisters of the Good Shep- cinnatl Enquirer correspondent sny-lhSec. 3. It shall bo the duty of tho herd in Loulsrlllo for oVer thirty that tho Beckham household Sheriff of the county, or any person, yean,. She is survived by throe sis- would submit three candidates or persons appointed by the Circuit ters untf a brother, Sisters Mary known as tho ll Judgo of the district, in which said Clare and Mary Joseph, of Louistrio, hut if the trio has no institution is situated, to file" before ville; Mihs Rose Wissol, of New York, stronger claims to offlco than the the Clerk of said county, or district, and tho Rov. Josoph Wissol, of Balti- fact that they represent Haly and a full and complete report of tho more. The funeral was conducted Beckham all three are sure of deresults of such inspection of the from the convent on Thursday with feat, above institutions, not later than the burial in the convent cemetery at Judgo Mulr Weissinger has opened ton days before the meeting of the Twenty-thir- d tho campaign for Judgo of the Comnnd Bank street. Circuit Court of such county, for mon Pleas branch, Fourth" division, the inspection of the grand jury and is now using printers' ink to AMERICA FOR AMERICANS. thereof, promote his candidacy his being the iSec. 4. Any Shorlff, or person, or 'Senator Ransdell, ot Louisiana, first official announcement, but porsons appointed by said Circuit who In a Knight ot Columbus, advo- others are expected from now1 on. Judgo who shall fall, or refuse to cates u a sitbstltuto for the Monroe The legislative candidates are with; carry out tho provisions or this act, doqtrino that no European power out opposition for the Democrat! shall bo deemed guilty of mis- should obtain further foothold In nomination thus far In the ell demeanor, and upon conviction shall America, tho doctrine ot "America wnwe in the county district twree i he punished by of not less farJt'Americans." Ho urges the are in the race, present Represhta-than $100 for the first offense, and founding ot a Greater Union that will live John Dreschor, E. B, J5orsey $300 for any additional offense embkaco overy foot of American soil, and L. D. Owingtf. The, onjy SenaSec. 5 Any officer, agent, em- from; tho North Pole to tho Straits ot torial representative thus far in this ploye, or other person or persons Magellan district Is the ono from.fcne Ho advocates a refusing to permit, or interfering in and Senator Hue Huffaker alliance, with Us first prinany manner with tho inspection of ciples "that tho lndopendenco of ov- Is the unanimous choice thus far, any such private or public hospital, ery (member State must bo guaran- AU of the present Board ot Alitor"- -' ' reformatory h,ome, house of deten-tio- teed nnd its territorial integrity pre- men will he candidates; for convent, asylum, sectarian sem- served from conquest by any country, tion and there will be one or twf,' ,iil inary, school or institution, by tho forfign or American." Such a union, ditional entries, anions whom ii Sheriff, or tho grand jury thereof, or hofloslnrcs, would make all Amer- Harry Lachraan, who is popular any person or persons' duly appointed icans friends, brothers 4ind business Dompcratic 'circles- - Phe 'of th present board is Gsorge B. jCodi or authorized by the Circuit Judge asioclatesi in accordance with, the terms of this who- - Is being tipped for tho psiti W act, shall be deemed guilty of a mis- -' on the Board of Public PEACE .SUNDAY, demeanor, and shall, upon convicwhich vacancy was cau&ed tion, be punched by a fine of not The Ancient Order of Hibernians. death or..loan wakenem less thas $300 and six months ImP'Of,(V. O, Gilbert, cunlli ml the TMtWon' Auxiliary have se prisonment for tho timt ntTt,nmt cured permission "from Very Ttev Superintendent of PublU insl for eaeh additional offepae, not Tessi Father Cronin, V, C, pastor f SU is rwitnr mentionc'i ny m man &uu nnaaaa imprisonment' Patrick's church to attend that leaders as a strong candu body on Passion Sudav, Democratic nomination, net less man ona year. y church In support com ins for 3e.c . Any person, or persons wh I may be appointed by the Circuit! munion n a body. Thls day has district, and many say Judge as herein provided. In Section been set aaide by His Holiness Pope logical man for the, of this act, shall reeeiv tor tbir Benedict to offer prayers .ior the pally because f h: I isistant Suptfrin services the sum of $2 per djay while restoration of world-wid- e Rae. serv-ato- rs to af-faJ- rs Trinity Council, Y. M. I., received several applications Monday night, when tho Membership Gommitteo expressed opinion that there would bo r- class or at least 200 - to initiate when 'the addition to the club house wan completed. President Kckert announced that the data for the annual communion had boon changed to Sjunclay, March 28, when tho members will attend mass at St. Aloyslus churoh and receive holy communion In n b)dy. Trinity voted to again affiliate with the Twiu City Bagebal! League, and from. all Indications the will bo represented by a council itrong team. The Building Commithad tee reported that much work been done during' thu preceding week and were satisfied tho club house would bo completed June 1. Eugeno J Cooney dellvored an Instructive and interesting lecture, after which Chairman John Oster-ho- lt reported that it had boon decided to hold the euchre- and lotto on Thursday, April 22, - of former Congressman Stanley, the other candidates are advocates of the county unit law, which has proven universally fair, and In their opinion should be given a fair nnd impartial trial. Referring again to lleckhitm's election. It can be stated without successful contradiction that if he or his backers had intimated for a moment that they would over again attempt to introduce the prohibition questjon in the Democratic party affairs Stanley or Willson would have been our United States Sorinfor today, and ono of tho chief arguments advanced by tho Beckhrtra adherents thon was "wo will send him to the Senate and got rid of b'm nnd his dictation in party cx-Go- v. exception 4 H Sis-to- rs g a- 3' - McCheanoy-Rhea-Ter-ro- e f Thirty-sevent- h, n, re-ele- c- I ..; I .&$, AtJX Jfl.:C.i M.Jjief.1 J ,.' iA ?v fl Q a o a? o .KieorxjojKY ; 0 7 ' rt, ' . " ) i I Bertrand Girls' Basket Ball Team, k ( pEsJWW ' Cumberland S. M7.t, X GREETINGS FROM THE UNION NATIONAL HE'BIIiiKllppfiBB f HH9HHBH9HHHHHHpjHH 5Bb' llliHIHIHHBHIRRHHHHBHHHMHHHBBHHHHlHHHHHBHi v 5 $ Home Pfonc Ctiy 4597 WrA Promptly Attended )w WW JW? mar i v HUk PWWsH WiiHik BANK. 6" CAPlTAL,'SURPLUSf'ETC. MORE THAN : ONE MILLION DOLLARS Right in Heart of City INTEK-SOtJTHER- N wwLwriwi 4wPP j4BR IJJfm v JH" sHBr vji. hv hMffSiBi i 4. A iE8r aU V Pr mr( '' '"?', p, Le h. Weber Bisipir and Buiii,cr 0f I zm P M J jjni r jjl DH i X OR &JB 'wa.wWBSllllf! ' modern HOMES Plans ajid Estimate Cheerfully Furnished I I ' 1,1 FE IJL.TG. 0 wihh vuHHCfis. Moy.". wwwwfJ wc nn; lv " 'I HitA'apii'Li!' ,; s3?ra-xi&'M?kjikr r t; acvj ariAiir cijS?4 v vn, &, rtsmkatxa thhxsw a '"WM South , i 4 Fifth and Jefferson Street. Hiwww TAti SM & I 1215 x Preston KY. Street k x X wwewmifi'i (B(B-BZ"-I1 bMHVWMSWMHHMWbWMB l r lA ai .. kivmic tIKM iiihmu( tiitiiit mccil Camille Murphy LOWER ROW Irene Ro.s A. i ...am.uui, Mry i u.t iwicii Rom iiii ww v miicu -- i iii o iw f m in i m music o r wwi a V Lotwe Sheehy fcfTJ I J'O''SKK uuuiaviLLt, THE TYLER HOT U ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF TIIOMAH CUNKS. in particular. at'orncy ho la Tho present Count Attoraoy, A. known as ono of our leading practiTho youngest of our county offiScott iBullItt, comes pretty near be- tioners at tho bar and has built up cials is 'Coun'y Treasurer Thomas D. ing" the laBt word In "pppular lulto an extensive law practice Cllncs, who Is lso the youngest Senator iHuffuker has always been known as awheol liorso in tho serv-Jc- o of the Democratic party and his largo personal following makeB him a valuable man whethor In a primary or general dlection. If he again consents to beciomo a candidate the ticket is assured in advance of a valuable assftt, for tho fray. A. SCOTT HUliMTT. A tsducatJcnnl purposes a practicing Our Store Is Radiant WITH SPRING MERCHANDISE. .nyii,i 'ijkks a. iwv. Where You Can Recommend Your Friends EUROPEAN PLAN ROOMS WITH BATH $1.50 and $2.00 ' Ojio of dur most popular officials about the Cour House is Pres Ray our present dfflcient Court rierk Is reflecting uhoB admlnjstratlon credit not only upon himself but his sponsor, tho 'Democratic party, which always takeu a delight in bonor- e Wall Paper, Carpets, Rugs and Draperies Are here in a profusion of tylea. and consistent with quality. Prices always reliable Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff lN'CORPOBATED 522 AND 524 WEST MARKET ST. EH dFEl - a Democracy, and is rightly entitled to that definition, as tho iuery of MELLW00D"i!SKY Old Wines acd Lipoors $ "Who ' is our most popular Democrat? put to either a leuder or one a Specialty Imported and Domestic Cif ars ; of the rank and file in local Democracy, will bring tho answer nine times out of ten "Scott Bullitt," this fact being demonstrated in this (1J3JA13 office tinio and time again. County- Attorney Bullitt son of one of Louisville's pioneer citizens. Col. lag !U dovotod son Men of all Thomas iBullitt, from whom he in- political faiths, coming from either herits his Domocracy, nd is a gradu- tho ranks of he lpwjers, whoso ate of Princeton College, where he business brings them In contact with was a pupil of iProfessor, now Presi- the County Clerk's office, are loud dent, Woodro'v Wilson, later enter- in their praises of Mr, Ray's adminAIKE FRANCIS, Proprietor. ing the law school at Uarwtrd and istration of the office and tho was admitted to the bar in Louisvillo capable forca of doputles with whteh in 1900. After his admission to the ho Is surrounded. Before serving in bar air. Bullitt went Into politics as Jus preesnt capacity he was Identia sldo line, getting onto all the fied with the ofrico of County AsFull Line Bottled in Bond Goods Always on Hand. anglet of the game, and soon be- sessor and served one term as offi came one of the leaders, his first of- cial head of that office, Instituting ficial position bolng hat of Sheriff, many reforms in tho manner of which office ho reorganized niter his and tho handling of perappointment in 1907 nud made Uip sonal and business schedules, this title of Sheriff something more than system being in forco In tho conduct FRANK FEIIR'S LAGER 1900 Portland Ave. a figurehead by hia memorable raid of that office today. In addition ho aid BOTTLED BEER on the then defiant pool rooms in is a clerk of practical experience) and South Louisville, and In which when tho occasion uiisos tan stop &&$G4x&t'$-i$&4&fri4i episode ono of our present national in and fill tho position of nj of his figures played a prominent part In deputies without any trouble, maktho August convention of 1909 our ing an Ideal coutt clerk JBSKKJSEgBiSKWaBXaiBSKSH Mr. Uuv present County Attorney .made his is an active member of several first big hit with local 3 his speech being tho one Democracy, prominent iDomocratic organizatloiiE, X hit of that among which is tho 'Mose Green gathering, filling the crowd with CJub, and always finds time outside enthusiasm and sending them away tho duties of his office to assist in confiilont of victory. In that con- perpetuating tho fortunes of his tention he was nominated for hifl party la Jefferson County and the present office and won easily with State. - tho rest of the tlckt, repeating in 5 1913 by running 1S3 votes abend nl ttixuKii: it. itAitinViv. Mayor Buschomejor in the city, and rti in tho city and county election comOne of our promising young REALTY BUILDING bined was considered tho real leader lawyers is Hon. fieorge or the ticket. Aside from his office nnd the game of politics Mr. Bullitt B. iBarrett, Legislative Representa' Center Streets'. and Jefferson district, takes great interest in athletics, bo- tive from the Forty-fift- h lng an athlete in his which comprises tho First ward, student days, even now devoting time MWBwIWWiKjflQCa :5&CaOGQGaffiiffiBsJfiKQ to keep pace with tho best of thum. 4444tJ4t$s4Jt4H"" FRANCIS' iiwBSww MIDE IAILTIS EXCHANGE in point of ears in either the t it or county administrations, but in point of efficlono lie rauks high in comparison with tho young or old executives, his Draotical oxnertenen in bankiug circles since leaving school maxing mm an admirable selection in haudllng the finances of a public or private enterprise Although not long a factor in the handling of Jefferson county's affairs, he has made quite a roputation by tho conduct of his office, his roports and statements bolng clear and concise, and tho Fiscal Court and public In general are onablcd to possess a &SiWWIBwWfefc. WjCTr&oTCWJB clear Iii3igbt or th'o county's finanTK,JfcteiwWWWWCStaS cial condition without any extra effort or trouble. In addition to his . .. -. -efficiency he Iiub mado friends not only for himself but fho Democratic 9 party, or which ho is a momber, and Ask Our Irish Friends-Th- en Ask Who You a political paity aa a rule Is tried and judged by Its representatives in Home Phone, City 4275 official life, and in County Treasurer Clines' case tho public in genJNTor-tl- x eral appxoves of his splondid record and administration of the office. K3fig3ai(3iaia30srjQcagxsQO Aside from his official duties Mr. Cilnes Is an ardent advocate of EAST END BRICK JED, F" '"iSBil iwVwsnwwiL .. Wt UtAL hAIK AND SQUARE 5 Please 1 Jl HO Spring: Street, z J or amateur baseball and figured prominently in the organization and management of the Twin CITy League, which is considowJ a model John L, Woodbury (Attorney at Law Council. sinco Its inception and a firm believer in tho league's slogan of "clean ball." County Treasurer Clines is also a nrnnilnonf mnrnhur nt the Elks and Knights of Columbus, and an active participant in amateur theatricals, among witkh wore the excellent nioductinnn of Uin-W- n us Kind, no Having IT 'fotcw-Tfi- been Tcug Treat-ure- r m$MMMlMm Jrish-Aanerlc- AIi M. IMLKK. iew is complete without mention of Al M. Emler, present monibor of tho Board of Public Works, who is further endenrint; himself In I ho irnnd opinion of Louisville's citizens by hia activo work Jn behalf of tho unemployed, not onlv cndeavnrlnir In ra. cure employment for many of theso unfortunates, but has beon busily engaged for tho paBt sovernl weeks Hardlj any special edition oh re LooK Over Your 4rf44G444MW&P't4 S'!iM5JSKIDIX?XKSOOtKJTrCl Property and Find That It Needs Repainting and Call Up the SENATOR HUFPAKKH. lluffaker are urging him to ngaln be 11 The friouds of Senator Hite H. know- - I M. Reichert Sin and Art Co. STREE. candidate for w'.'rp FT ff OLD TAYLOR THE LEADING BEVERAGE WHISKEY OF AMERICA t I t It Contrctor For All Kinds of Painting. 272x SOTJTH TII1K.D ROGER NOHALTY 0 Si V. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. fOME .' ir. w Twenty-nint- ii HOME PHONE CITY 2903 FOR A.11 KXlSrjDftS OF iWBBieH WBBuS (Bwf3l known to every man, woman, boy and girl in that section, wSwiWa9&fct receiving the Democratic nomination fwHBBBwwwBPl2ji without opposition in that district 1h 1913. and a.H 4u Indication that he has mado good will, in all probability, have no opposition for la providing daily meals, contribut-la- g his own time and money liberally this yoar.. Characteristic n to accomplish this end, Mr, Kmler of RepreentatlVo 'Barrett, and explanation. Vh' hta friend and served, as Sheriff of Jefferson county nelxhbora remain loyal .o him, it the from 1909 to 1913, making an adfact, that in the la.it lesialatlve et- - mirable county officer, and his apion he worked unceasingly In behalf pointment to his present position ,on Of the meoauren in which &! friends the Board of l'ublic Works was satiswere Interested and remained stead-fa- factory to the Democratic organiza andirnte to hia friends and party tion in1 its entirety,' of which he has associates qetpite criticism irom tuu peen a faithful and untiring worker, rrtovpx eleinent. Mr Ba'r-rVU is also a follower f, the' baeebal) WOMKX WITir NKUVIC game, having! served as an hmpire in many of our leading leagues, and Oregon has six wo in ft n under usually find ttnie to aid the amateur takers. There are seventeen who j profess themselves clergymen. organlxMiony pf thia town. ,. where he Ib et U 'M44' hwWBbv w v'pwl, rpurth, Ins that hi Mr vice to this district and State t Iwge were lvluWe during the lat lenlslatlv mm! on, and th voter in th , dUKr-tcomposed Thfi'd. of th Thfrty-wventh If a man can write a better book or preach a better sermon, er make a better mouse trap than his neighbor, though his hut be in the forest, the world will make beaten path to his door." - PHONE SHAWNEE -. 1659 li and St., Xavier. .. .fjiPial wards, retard Im irf party aftUlation, wtould like tq-- , him aaip at Frankfort. In tfcQlr intertts. Before X his entrance Into the Senate 6natof Huffnker sfrvd vpisentatlve "dfstriit and s tnjm the attracted Slate-wid- e attention by hie $ Interest In behalf of measure fur the atuto reform and -Fortv-'ejghi- h Mh, Sfxth ,and4 Boventh E. H. TAYLOR JR. & SONS. 1NCORFORATBD. ! . DISTILLERS FRANKFORT, i .vr. . .1, i. . t CS'j.. iHntJ MSMLrsZi ZJkZ i. j i" fi , .' 4 f ri m w i ..ft v OF. R. S: EUBANK, -1 EARLY IRISH t in 1745. George CroghanV Indian . aitent of the same atoek, came ten Col, canoe up toi enter tho territory, "paddling hla lie married nnnnBnfBBinnnnnBHBW W v J 5 rs i- - ti - l.f 5 .1 ' taineers of the Appalachian distrh-ar- c Snxons. as flno stock as,any In our land. t It Is filled with peohlo 'ungry Jeam. Tho only thing, worth while in life is to 'ivako sdmo one up,' proIfTlioy Itcail History Thy Will vided there Js sotnothitig worth while of Their Collie , to show thorn whon.,they aro awak"IJc ened, 'Wha.1 America has vindicated Origin. abovo all things .else. Is that native ability has nothing jEo.do with social origin. Tho worldcot'dd dispense with high society and,;'ncver miss it. AN AWAKENING NOW IMMINENT High society Is for tlfos,o who stop working and no longei. have anything important todo. .When one thmks of that old'stQck lit storage thorp In the mountaInsr,for over 100 (By Edward Kltzpatrick. year's, untapped, somo fyf tho original There are only 5,914 porsons and 23,773 born of Irish stuff of the nation'., Wnltlng to bo parentage in Kentucky according to' used, otic ought 'tobid Godspeed tho 'United States Consus of 1910. to those men who nro.Koliic there that has Since tbts nenatia was taken tho fatid using this first named class of population haft not oven boon put ..out at Interest, not increased, for the Irish aro no that has been, as ft Kvoro," kept in a longer given to migrating to Ken- chbnneyilteee until" 6 shall go to it ';" tucky. Thoy stopped coming to the and use It." There are 3,000.000 or theso Dark and IJloody Ground soon after IS 55 on account of tho proscription mountain peoplfc. .npf all In Kenof Knownothlngs. Prior to and tucky to bo sure, bJ4 in the Ap- shortly aftor the Revolutionary war palachlan district, mostly of Irish Irish came to Kentucky in groat ancestry, and they don't know It! Llko Cdngresoman Fitzpatrick they numbers. " ' " There are a grcnt many people In never took time to inquire w Kentucky of Irish origin who do not tholr granddaddles came from. But know It They think they are Scotch-Iris- Dr. Thomas 'Dunn tKngllsh. who Candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. putting tho Scotch before tho wrote "Ben Bolt." took time to insections of tho Irish always, or they affect to be- quire about their ancestry and went R. S. Eubank, who announced they were Hi all I was among them several years ago. Many lieve hla candidacy for tho Democratic State, but he has been able as editor sittingthoy are them used the expression. "I at- Music of In tho convention to fonnulato and popularize educanomination to the office of State tional sentiment through his insti- Hall when William Ooebel was heaved a dornick at him," and like Suporintendency of Public Instruc- tute work and through tho columns nominated for Governor of Ken- expressions which .came from Iretion, subject to tho will of tho voters of his paper in such manner as to tucky. The convention lasted a week land. These mountaineers will bo a of hla party at the August primary bring about many of the educational' and I got pretty well acquainted of this year, Is a native of Clark reforms of tho past ton years. with. Thomas Y. Fitzpatrick, Con- great people when thoy aro awakcounty, Ky. Possibly the greatest work dono gressman from tho Tenth district. ened and iold who they are, and as tho President truly says they aro the nelng left an orphan at the ago of by him was the preparation of the One day I asked him: eleven years and destitute of funds, prcsont school law, known as ' tho "Mr. Fitzpatrick, are you not of salt of tho earth .when ah opportunity Is given them to do something. ihe lad was face to face with the County Hoard law. Jills low has Irish origin?" necessity of earning his living as been In operation long enough to My They are of tho sime stock, as tho Ills roply wns: "Dumflno. President himself. y best ho could in thu community. Be- provo that his judgment in that daddy was born nt sea and my Kontucky was admitted into the came from somojiart of Great cause of Ills willingness to work and phase of school legislation was Union because his physical strength made sound. His sorvlces aro always Drltaln. t novor took lime 4o find years February- ,4, 1791. Twenty before that time Simon It possible for him. even at so Parly freely givon whenever and wherever out, but I reckon I'm what vqu call Kenton, Whoso father was born in " a stage, to do tho average work re- they aro neoded by thp cltlzons who boy of the. aro making an of fort to Improve edud quired of an The purpose of this article is to tho County Donegal, camo to Kenof farm," ho had no difficulty in find- cational conditions. draw the attention of some of thoso tucky and wns tti"c companion ing the fellow who needed a hoy, When a position of Importance Is who think, they have a more honored Boono. At that timo tho population especially when tobacco was to be to bo filled In the world of work It ancestry by proclaiming themselves ot tne united States wns about set by hand as It used to bo done. or Is customary to select a man because Scotch-Iris- h than 4.000,000. sottlers-oTho first the Common3Ir. Eubank tells his friends, wluui of his special by virtue of thoy should be proud of being Irish fitness comment Is made concerning his past service in that special Hue. T9 Just plain Irish. This Is not a wealth came from Tennessee, (Maryrobust appearance, that it Is due to Is not eQUally Important that thp eulogy, but an appreciation. It land, North Cnrollna, Virginia and tho opportunty which plain neces-tdt- y same care should be exorcised In tho would itako up too much spnee to go particularly front Jhe latter State. Thoy were-- mostly of Irish descent. provided when he was a boy to selection of a man to fill tho offlco into details. develop his muscles I by the usual of Superintendent of Public InstrucThe Gaels came to Ireland l.t'.n.'. This accounts for tho beauty of the years before tho Christian era, a women, the fleetnoss of Jjs horses and routine work embracing all activities tion? of tho farm lire. The people with Those who know Mr. Eubank and lettored people. This was more than the superior quality or tile whisky. whom he lived were kind and per- his work do not "hesftate to say that 600 years before IRomulus and his Usquebaugh or "mountain dew" hns mitted him to attend the school of he is qualified to intelligently direct hordo erected inud huts on the River been made in tho llluegrass from tho th community when work on tho the educational forces of the State. Tiber, Whore Rome now stands. This earliest time and probably will to be made so long as the sun farm was not too urgent. He suc- In tho capacity of State Superin- is history. H Is written In the shines over "My Old Kentucky ceeded In mastering the common tendent of Public Instruction, In ancient literature of the country. school courso sufficiently well to bo Mich manner as to carry forward far back past Irciand was the Hoano." William iogan, U is claimed, was able to obtain a certificate, and ho the splendid progress already begun, school of 'Europe before the Christian began his chosen work of teaching In so that each child In tho State may era as well ob after it. Xo other the first whlto man horn in KenThis is one of- Kentucky's July of 18S9 In his natlvo county. have an, equal opportunty with all nation on earth today can produce tucky. HIfrw5sir-.tknow more than others to gain an. oduoatlpu. Mr. such a record of civilization and great names, Logan coutijy was could be learned In the rural jdtools Bubnnk Is personally' known In every antiquity.'- Yot tho Irish ence, us a named for Gen. iBonjamln Logan. His led him to teach five months each county of tho State and bis friends rule, knows nothing of it. AH hey parents came from Ireland. When Gen. Zachary Taylor was on year and to spend the remainder of confidently claim that he has a. know they get from slanderous hisIho year at collego until he secured splendid chauco to win tho nominatorians such as Hume, who says the his way to Washington to ho inthe degree of nachejor of Arts. His tion he seeks. It Is bolloved that as Irish wcro steeped in barbarism and augurated President of the United experience has been such as to give a State otfkliil he will be able to ignorance from the beginning. Even States he departed from his line of him a correct knowledge of tho contlnuo the constructive work ho tho Popo was deceived by them and travel in order to visit his old schools of tho State as they were a has so well begun as a private was induced to turn Ireland over to school teacher. This teacher was nond other than Kane O'Hnra, who quarter of a century iifco, and his citizen to the end that Ave may have the morlces of England. It is really criminal on the jiurt came to Kentucky In the latter part close touch with the country school a more perfect school system. problems during tho ton years ho has, A vote for Mr. Kubank will help of tho Irish people in this fountry of tho eighteenth century and taught boon connected with the Southern about the educational prog- not to loarn more nbout their school t "Frankfort. Says the hisSchool Journal, nino years of which ress needed and dosird by all who ancient sires in order to refute the torian: "It was an affecting scone time ho has been tho editor of the are interested In scouring the- - liest lies which have .been printed and when the great soldier (Gen. TayJournal, has given him not only tho opportunltls for Hie children of the circulated In Aunorlcu. As Ireland Is lor), then an old man, bowed himself epportunlty to know conditions as State. soon to come into her own. or rather in' gnttoful homage before the vento regain possession of Its own, its erable preceptor (Kane OHara) of history will be. written from a hls youth, and in a few bur earnest 1X)RAX X.- ROCK. whore they were fod durlnp. thf day. truthful standpoint. We had hoped words thanked him for the care be- Ever since attninlng his' majority that .Ireland ' stowed' on One or our prominent young Mr. Rock has worked unceasingly In Its land on would see homo rule in' which he his early education, to attrlbutetl'all achievethis St. Patrick's day. Democratic attorneys who is rapidly behalf of Democratic success Jn rfhiu but a cruel war has deferred It, let ments of his after life." the forging to the front, not only as a district, always being found In the us hope, only for u short tinio-sa- y At the entrance of every Fedoral orto next St. Patrick's day. After that soldiers' cemetery In the I'nlted member of tho bar But as one of our front ranks of the Democratic ganization of the Seventh ward. In tho .rightful dominion of the Irish Is States Is written: which ho resides, and his home pre- moral supremacy of the world "The muffled drum's sad roll has cinct lias always given a banner leadership or tho forces that make bent majority for tho ticket In evorycam-palgThe soldior's lust tattoo? for the progress of civilization. In appreciation of his serv- Then will fho- Irish reap tho fruit of Xo more on Ufo's parade shall ineet 1n ices many Democrat tho party labor expended by Irish missionaries The brave and fallen few: have suggested him as splendid twolvo, thirteen and fourteen cen- On ifnnio's eternal camping-grounmaterial for a Democratic nomtneo turies ago. Rut more of this some Their silent tents aro spread. and at the beginning of this year other time. And Glory guards with solemn round many of his admirers wcro behind a The bivouac or the dead." It Is fitting tit this newspaper and move to request him to announce as in this brief article to draw attenaaaaBPt rBaaBW The author of this Immortal poem, HM B, JHHk for the Democratic nom tion particularly to the. Irish pioneers only one stanza of .which Is quoted, a candidato ination as legislative Representative and builders of Kentucky, some or was Col. Theodore O'llarni educated h from tho district, which whoso descendants now live In by his father with the greatest care. is composed of the Sixth and Seventh good old town of Louisville, this Others who went to school to Kane not bbbK'ILj VV wards, and strange to say. many of knowing that they aro entitled to O'Hnra were the Marshalls and the those requests camo from Democrats: tolobrate St. Patrick's day. Tho Browns, who afterward became; lq other parts of the city, who have, historian 'Ramsey wrote in 1789: famous In Kentucky's history. These' seen and appreciated his services to ''For the Inst seventy or eighty were the'klnd of school teachers Irethe Democratic ticket as a whole In nation has contributed so land sept to Kentucky In the early every campaign, and especially no in xears no the population nf America days. much to the last municipal election,. t as Ireland. Sixteen Kentucky counties bear It can be truthfully said that men Think of it! This was written 126 Irish nanies Adair, Butler, Daviess. bbbbbLf JvaB flHiBHLLLLLLLLflH of the caliber of Logan N. Rock arc years ago and then had Logan. Hart. Knox. Montgomery, a valuablo asset to the Democratic been coming here for tho Irish three McCracken. Boylo, Carroll, Ttowan, nearly party, as ho is a fitting example of quarters of ti "century, according to Keittpn, liyon. Campbell. Casey and the coming young man, and young R:imsoy who was tho son of an Irisk Wayne. iM,any towns have Irish blood and youthful leaders are al- - Protestant. Xo wonder the de- names and ruimcfriiR streets In leading Democratic leaders and wayn welcome- In the ranks ' of a early Irish donV JiOnlsvllle, for Instance Preston, is Logan' X. IRock. his work political party as men of his type. scendants of tho OrinHby and Breckinridge, Originally know wliero tbelr ancestors In managing the campaign of Qen. ' In addition to their working ability, "It is so fur back." Possibly the latter name- wns"spoIlfd Brackln- Rannett ,H. Vmin lar iiniiod states necessarily have, a following of the first settlers of Kentucky were ridge and the family early came friends and acquaintances aiwuyn Protestants, but Daniel Iloone is re from Ireland to Virginia. Kentucky At atrtH last- Haiti nlUnrttlnw tit .t . (0 follow their puted to vm , .. ,IJ . J have tome from a Catholic wns at that time one of lite counties uj. luai); expuriunceu jeauere XnuA imrviuN family of that name in (Maryland, or Virginia. ana organizers tnrougnotu tne mate. Protestant or Catholic, Daniel noonc Matthew Lyon, burn in County HliAZRD WAY Foil PKIKST, y. - (., R6ck (a Si natlvo of ;Loutsvtlle, j was a good old spul and may he rest Wfcklow. Ireland, In 174.6, was one 1 ,blng, born February 8, 1889, Hp would have boon shut of tliet.most picturesque Irishmen iu in peace. Father Tallon pays this tribute to out had literacy bill gone, throit lending .our public schools, and early; Kentucky .history. Having aftw isradutlng froan the I,ouisvIIle the Irish peddler, "who certainly be Congress lu his day, for he could written much about him prevfously Ma High School finished his edu- longs to a sturdy race. In America, hardly Wrltt his name without put- It is not nt'CCKsnry to repeat tt here. cation at tho Cumberland Un- he was at his best sonic sixty- or ting his tongue out and hjs spelling He served n Congress from Ihis iversity of Lebanon, Tenn. 31c waa Hccvnly-flv- p years ago. Whenever Was frightful and a hybomluntlon in Stnte In 182!). '33 and M5. and hla admitted fo the bar in 1913 and has tho hfstoVy of St. .Patrick's parish the sight of ihe who rton. Col, Chittenden Lyon, also figjjrae'ticed U the Louisville and Ken- shall bo written tho Irish peddler compoeo the Guardians o.f Liberty of ured in the early history or tho tucky courts ever since, and is a Will be entitled to one chapter. In this day and generation. State. Mqtlhow Lyon also served lp with, HOclated ;Gen, Dennett II, tho and Middle Stales ho j Catholics camo to Kentucky early Copgrcss from Wrwont, where he, Young. wUh office In, the .was b pioneer In the best sense, He enough considering the slow prqgrea irst. landed, having befen '"sold" to "" building, S carried the oar.k ulnmr the canals they havo made in v.ompKrfon wjt'ii a Yankee farmer for two bulls to uurtng, inn recent move, ror the;Bnd over the Allegheny lona; (A Catholicity Ji other oaj" his passage aeroa d tho. progr.e'' the, Atlantic. of the unemployed and feeding foro the rallroaiUi were 'built., 'and States. Posalbly this in becaii they Hecaitt the deciding, voten of those in dantltttt ctrumstanc wherever he went he w fear to peak out and assert their making Thomas Jefferson iin Rock played wite h" important rluence for good, ale wag an apostle, rights. They should lef everyone, President, part in the feeding of the cdlored , He sold catechism and roaarlea. and know thr.t as late as 1 MO there were Hurh Carrill, of Bllyshannn, people, "rtboae, cause had been oyer- - he w sixty surviving Donegal. Ireland, ;eme to TVwtton well up In "points of In the preliminary arranger troverey, H biased the way for tho ut la nary soldiers in Kentucky, rnoat about, 1789 aa a British soldier, and mejjta of the Brnploymectiand Food, priest and .the achookimaten a of them Catholics. Col Una' history sffer'nl etlletuient had expired ha Committees, and peraonally assiatwl 'catechlgt,, lawyer and hietofian o Kentucky aaya Dr. Ifart, the joined the Provincial farces, at Conin vthe feeding of hundreds of ee-- 1 was thla man from Donegad, who and William Ceotnea, cord, He distinguished himself in people who were in want, and haa received no credit, but who ored iiose wife was' the first school Hie Revolutionary war. On hla taw to It jat many of the home aervea mttcH, for helpln? keep the teacher, came to Kentucky in lTTSt tombstone In Concord .ajjpearatlifc! )ea onea were allowed to aleep on'rslth and to spread, (t n the United James MoBride, an Irishman the ' ' -a the floor of th Armory fcuiMJB. BUtee.'' credit, of being the first white, man "How t range, 6 God. who relgot !Hb HA IbHRH Gen. Georgw 'Rogers Clark, who founded tho tqwn of .rxiuU.villo in xi Tliflr 1789 ?), Tho Wlllard 'Hotel was Settled Kentucky, originally tho 'Groghatt House and I)et!CiitlMutK OvorlOol; Mammoth Cavo belonged to the t1n Fact. Croghan family, President Wilson, a Jew daysgo, In an address delivered in ConAdny liiibor Uiulor the OuliiHiiui tinental Memorial U&W, Washington City, in aid of an educational fund forBerea Collego, said; ','Tho mounThat TUcy Arc Anplo- - years later agister of i. 1 BROWN, Prisidint, J. J. HAYES, Caslrier, j. S. AKERS, Asst Cashier. National Bank of lriid . c ommerce. 'CAPITAL and SURPLUS Over $1,300,000 DEPOSITS 1 al - - $6,000,000 88 ; We pay 3 per cent interest on time deposits. 'Hi.- M- - h, Anglo-Saxon- s. Fifth and Main Streets - That on high. should come so far to die. And leave my friends where I was I grand-dadd- - my bones with strangers' dead, But have hopes when 1 arise To dwell with Thee In yonder skies." To lay 1 bred Scotch-Irish.- "all-roun- Anglo-Saxo- f con-Unt- ie In-th- - o . like Hugh Carglll, should come farther West, to thu Dark and Bloody llround. where Indians lurked in the Impenetrable forests while they blazed tho way for civilization. Thoy "laid tholr bones with strangors' dead" far from tho home where thoy were bred In dear old Ireland, yot many there are of tholr descendants now living In Kentucky who claim to be Scotch-IrisforScotch sooth. Hoot mon! Ye ought to bo proud of being Irish. Kentucky produced somo famous poets beside Theodore O'Hara: Dr. John M. Harnoy, Gen. W. O. Butler, W. D. Gallagher, Noble Butler and William M. Harney, .all of Irish descent Among tho first Presbyterian ministers of the State were .lames William McGlll. Samuel Henry Dclaney, A. M. Bryan, William lIcGee and John Dunieavy. h. y. Mc-Ado- o, ln'our-owntllnewn- Stranger still that other 'Irishmen, 4-2- 6 W. MARKET LOUISVILXE,, KY. A SQUARE You'll Need DEAL AND LIBERAL TERMS. - . and Dr. Pratt. The latter UOt. llvered a sermon ono day In a Louisville church claiming that St. k was a Presbyterian, but history does not bear hian out In this contention. Tho early settlers or Irish descent wore principally Presbyterians from the iNorth of Ireland, who originally came from Virginia. Tho J'at-rlc- DrrStuart Jfcob-Ins- a Friend When You Arc Old. LET THAT FRIEND BE vi:n:0S r-- - Kentucky Legislature for gallantry and chivalrous conduct at tho battle of New Orleans. He was Governor in 1R20, in Congress in ISH-iland 1 in he I'nlted States Senate In lS05-'f- i. Catholics came from .Maryland to Nelson county. All kinds of Irish made up the early pioneers, but thoy were all patriots and no doubt thoy all observed St. Patrick's day. Ther'o was nothing narrow or bigoted about them. To mention the Kentucky soldiers of Irish descent would fill a book. Sufficit to name one: Gen. John Adair recoived the thanks of tho IN THE account ANK. JincolnS "The BanK of the People." It's In Our Own Building, Corner Fourth and Market Accounts may be opened with $J.OO or more. n. - d I .JVkWWXWKit I Forty-eight- '' figured 1ft the statesmanship of tho nation ever since the Liberty Bell was rung at Philadelphia In 1770. The bureau of statistics of tho United States Treasury Department has estimated that of the total number of immigrants rroni the British Isles tor 100 years, 1770 to 1870. the Irish formed over 70 por cent and''tho' English 13 per cent. Yet we aro dubbed a nation of Anglo- Saxons and England is called "Our .uoiner uottniry. When Robert Ktntnot's epitaph shall have beeu written, when Ir land has homo rule, then probably nie insn in America wiji wake up and inquire why It is that England j is called the mother country when Iroland Js entitled to that deslgna ' -- Men of Irish blood hnvo I I WEAR The Shamrock on St. rick's Morning AND Pa' I Bates' Shoes Any Old Morning. tion. J 4 - caaiif-fro- ..,.... ,.u,.w ,..! 48 -- ., a.t-- , I 1 1 - high-bro- 'Gas-ter- Inter-Soutlte- rn The American Irish .Historical So ciety, is endenvoring'to have all inou .' and Women of Mm Trinh r:irr trvtnr. csted iii Irish progress on this great' .aaV continent, where they have wrought and struggled, on a basis of equality . Better Shoes. Less costV and freedom never before offered to them. It is a grand and surprising; Store, Paul Jobm aBHBBBBBai record for the most .part, and it Building. he known, the story told of should Irish achievement In every State and Drummers' Samples Two- Territory, and more especially in fifty. Kentucky. Men of Irish blood of all shndes of political and religious belief arc- engaged In tho wprk undertaken by the society. James Thomp- gi&CfilJWk9t'HK?AXHX son Is the Vice President for S MONEY ADVANCED It is Mr. Thompson's inten3 to organize a chapter for tion soon ON YOUR PLAIN NOTE this State. At present besides Mr. Thompson there are the following members: Judge Matthew O'Doherty, Charles Huntley OibsoB, iP, J, Han-IoW. L.'Mapother, iOlL Callahan, Emmet Slnttery. .lames Boss Todd. iaHH aaaaaV aaam' vB BflH annnnl $3.50 ' BaHaaaK Up-stai- rs -- iLr' crostin - Ken-uck- y. n, Globe Security and Loan Co. INCORPORATHD. i be-al- Con-are- as in-M- r. Fitzpatrick. Poeslbiy Vice Presiden' Thomson t. rat- win .organize tne cuapter on ricVs nwj. Thomas M, Gllmore ,and Kdw'ar'd A. L A Z.A R, Manager, 1IOMK l'HONK i 7 CITV-21H1- eon-look- ed J votinsusm. Friend 1 i S- , de-at- ao . ( yoa?- ft Puna' fand of niit'l.'v.AVfiv ha A b1b all, day w;ha 1b netal homW( m xa IK aaoi Kiuw a wave ati .nirat 'J "T anjoy fond, suppose' ' the ' baby.. i. - E, Corner Fourth and Market Sth ' - ' l ENTRANCE, 205 SOUTH FOURTH SI ;k a SKCONl) . I'LOOK tty-agefe- tf- j- - - ".' v A. txxKXt&next ; mMAmMM BOX iiaii - && ' i "& fe's r .: ti& !.?: GflTOKY IRIStf flMEfeGflli. ' eecttwho are endeavoring lo be? - im4 H n .. - .. SKtU PUBLISHED BVBRY SATURDAY. ... . . .. i OrtekUy Isdored ltitite irt ASVes sseMni hii by Aseleet Order o( Hieerssaac, Yoeag and CathoKc Kskrbts of AMeriea. mfM l..L...i i ww njin. wt Mm'i KENTUCKY lHlH ggfrttS USCKIrT10N kMxti H AMKWiCAN PWINTINQ CO.,Icoryrtdy?MfctUh6s StfeOLB COPY jc PRICE, ONB DOLLAR P1R YEAR t ie tjwttyHU Frtt M HwM-CI- fUtUf. IHMI smirch the white habit of the nun', it ll the. unholy, flying squadron marshaled under the Mac flag of. the banished Lucifer. If we believed In the transmigration of souls we would be inclined to think that unfortunate army of rebellious followers or tho Princo of Darkness wore living in tho present slnnderors of the Catholic Sisterhood. 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French hand process used, which Insures proper treatment of the-m sssHBDsBK3n$-BSSBSHBSSSlBSBSSBSSeaVffi ff r tt StBBsHssflBHMSSB tsHimssssssslsssssssssBssssssl - . - 19HH X,,BBSSSSSSBSSSBSV ESERHssssEih i:: CmiAmMhi tN KsWTUCCT HMSM AMWUIAN, Wt fetes St. sssssHHsssssra BSSslBSSflBBSSSSS - BssflBsflHsssBssfNEBK SBSSSSSSBBBBSSSSkTP sBHsssflsV wbsvSsbbsbHHhBsb JJkjlMuJBWH WflWSJlJ I ttssssssssssaHssl "Any woman who has no chlldroa of her own has no business tolling fu5oi COUHCIL frlADCS LlmmlL fathers and mothers how to rear tholr own offspring," declared former Congressman Augustus Owsley SATURDAY. MARCH13, 1915. Stanley, of Henderson, In an address LOUISVILLS, KY. e Saturday boforo, the nosings of than any Farmers' Institute at Evansvllle, ST. PATIUCK'S DAY. private family in tho land. Arkansas ConKreesman Stanley asserted that from legislator have gone on record 1 know tho bells are rinsing asjv,co wns contaBloUB and therefore many a belfry quaint, . u. ikm In dolnir mi i many a chapel the sagart tollB tho thlnklnir wishod that every rather, anu motnpr In they have characterized themselves. could rear their children surrounded saint; glories of Ireland's poor, It Is about what could be expected From many a cabin lowly andgay, by tho Invigorating atmosphere of from many a mansion from the Arkansas Intelligence. rural life and the rural home, the Th strains arlBO to tho listening best placo to strengthen their moml skies of sweet St. Patrick's Trl-Stat- HMbSSSSSHSSSBBSbIssI - bbbbbIbbHbbbbK 'BBBBSSSSBSB A I SbbbBbBbbBI busy-bodi- es IbHHHHbbI''': IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk HBhMGbbbbbBSkJ '" icathor. .V - ' HaSHsflsiBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBbHbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbIIbBBBBBBBB HbBBBKB '" WHITE RIBBONS For Confirmation Hair Bows and Sashes. k Stiff White, Sash and Hair Bow special values, at, per All-Bil- H. : Jrt nir ...- I mmmWBUmaWBHMHBm BBJSBBHBBBBBMHBSSniMRpgglg, " ',"BW"raM JBBBBBBbWHIBmBBbBbSBBBBBbB day. McCarthy. DOING REAI SERVICE. fiber. 3SffrH lO Catholics will bo Interested In the shall colobrae a RINGING ANSWER. us following expression regarding tho whoso antiquity carries fenst The Cleveland Press has a departback across tho gulf of centuries work of Rev. Peter E. Dletz and the ment, conducted by a woman, who years. It is the death dny of Social Service Commission: J, 500 "You aro doing a roal hervtce to answors In a broad spirit questions an npostlo who, almost lBland tho Catholic causo by your weokly which trouble tho minds, of corconverted a whole press, and respondents. A few days ago a corfrom paganism to Christianity; one articles to the Catholic their lnfluenco will slowly but surely respondent asked her the question "who was chosen and sent to bring arooso the Catholic body to a realiza- "Can a Catholic be President of thu forth fruit and whose fruit aftor tno of centuries still remains. It tion of the Importance of united I'nlted States?" Her reply ".Wis: lapse s St. action to defend and promote our "Yes; read the constitution. Is a name that is familiar to all who ask this question would Emerald rights and Institutions in this Tatrick, Apostle of the bonofit by a course of reading in Isle. Not only In the old land, but country." Father Dletz litis received many American history and in the In America and throughout tho civsons and daughters other commendatory and encourag biographies of the founders of this ilized world, the s of Krin, removed thousands of miles ing letters, all urging discussions of republic. Tho question indicates great qi "stlons. thoreby reaching, complete ignorance of tbf spirit of from the shrines and graves of their forefathers, shall ever and fondly Interesting and uniting all Gatholics, tho American forefathers." A. good observe Ireland's patron feast. From With assuraneo that If the proper ringing American answer, my 'ads, our earliest memory March 17 watt course wouin ue pursued uiey mignr. And a better answer than some d Catholics are accttS' fraught with the greatest Interest, bo surprised at the number of abloj ujoy couiu torocd to make Rb advent looked for with eagorness. and ntllltnnt catholics of opinion As years have sped our regard for mustor. Yhr consensus HinOTRY RUINS NATIONS. day has grown. From the talo Is thnt the trend Is good and tho the movement In the right direction. listened to on mother's knee, from DIgotry does not pny. tho instruction of a loving parent, has ruined every nation NEED OF CHIVALRY. Xrom tho verdict of an Impartial which was" stained by it. Franco history, we have learnod to love Hie dnyb of breaking a lanco, or knows and Portugal knows. Mexico Ireland and her apostlo. Ireland has a head, in a lady's favor may be has been In desperate straits for her heroes and sho loves thorn. But passed theoretically, says the Cath- - fifty years becaube of It. It' is a all tho sons or tho soil In their olio Vnfsm and Times, but if ever prolific source of revolutions In splendor fade away like a dismal thore was ncqd or chivalrous men It South America. Italy Is eternallj right before tho glittering sun upon Is today, when the flower of Chris- on shifting ground because of it. Of mention or the gentle St. Patrick. government which tian womanhood, the Catholic Sister- late tho vor Fifteen hundred yeaTB ago Ireland hood, Is being assailed. From every put 'In power has swore allegiance to the faith of corner of tho globe conies this con- beon obliged to defend the army Patrick, and. thanks TEie to God! In certed .attack upon the fairest against It. Germany Is strong today splto of persecutions, suffering Ire- blossom of that garden whor.ebloomn becain-- she gave up her experiment land kopt the pledge or faith the virtue of the Mystical Rose, the of long .ago. untarnished to this day. HorsteS of Israel, and which Is illumined marek saw his mistake In time. It fdund the Isle of Saints a bnrrcn with the Immaculate rays or- - the mentis disunion and consequent soil "The Irish people." vrlto Morning Star. luofliclency. No nation can stand it. Macauley in his history of England, Whon Edmund llurke voiced his no people can prosper under It "were the only people of Northern Indignation of the howling, degraded Ileligious convictions live and thriye Lurope who had romalned true to mob of the French Commune thnt under persecution but persecutors In,' n Tt ,1m, (j llf Inn " JW'inil re ilhrantra'lrolr-vforir-w'lt- li them. May this groat .saint for- fined daughter Indeed! . , CeriVinn. r of tho ever keep alive in hiB children the Caosars, he rpcnlled his- picture of TWO HOLY MEN. strong faith that he plauted In them! her courtesy and queenly lovoHness Two great feast days occur this May that purity and honesty which which seemed to him, if Insulted, ten Ireland's true sons and thousand swords should have looped month. March 17 is dedicntod to St. marks Patrick and March 19 to,St. Joseph. daughters never yield, to Trom their scabbards to revenge oven Try to follow the examples of both ways! May the memory of n look modern Yet Mario Antoinette was ber holy apostle be a continual en- greater In her hour or cruel persecu- of those holy men by being humblo couragement to them to bo true to tion and death than when she was at In honor of St. Joseph and filled with the pledge' of their forefathers, who, the zenith of hor royal splendor: apostolic zeal in Imitation of St. as O'Connell puts it, would not nobility of character la not affected Patrick. erect a splendid shrine even to by circumstances. So it Is with tho DOING THEIR SHARK. liberty on the ruins of the temple; glorious Christian cordon of tho or as one of the poets Says: The cheapest Catholic paper pubCatholic Slstorhood. whoso Innocent, I'd rather be a bird thnt sings work in lished is doing splendid unselfish religious lives mako thorn Abovo a martyr'B gravo to shine with radiant purity in con- behalf of tho church in these days Than fold In fortune's cage my wings trast to the dinbollc-i- l nMuillanta of tracts, traitors and turbulence.- - -And fool my soul a slave. wh8se only counterpart Is to bo Michigan Catholic. THOSE INSPECTION RILLS. round in Panto's lost souls occupying PRAYER FOR I'lSAOE. the deepest circle of tho Infcrnol The Arkansas Legislature has But tho sweot meekness of the sseel the obnoxious bill providing In accordance with tho deslro of that all convents, hospitals, house? women of tho convent who dare to (.Pope Benedict XV., Sunday. March of detention and schools shall at all fOllOW Christ, as did tho holy 21. will hn nhsnr'.1 liv nnrlinltrn In times be open to Inspection by tho women despite tho Jeers and Jibes of this country as a day of prayer for Sheriff, grand jury or upon petition the brutal Jewish mot), does not peace. outside, of twenty citizens. Convent inspec- relieve tholr champions In this issito of tho Kentucxy tion bills havo been lntroducod iu Catholic men and women, fiom making llifclr dofatners to eat their Irish American Edward Fitzpatrick, the .Legislatures of about twenty alluded to member of tho American Irish Hisdifferent States during the past two words. Ottco before. tho capability of lio. priest 'bocauso torical Society, points out thnt hisrf months. As tho True Voice says, the purposo of such bills is plain. It Is of his sex boing nblu to fllii bach a tory proves that It was mostly Colts g Insult directly ihe Catholics In trenchant word at his viilner. nut who settled ploneor Kentucky. The the woman record o' thohe early settlors is Ihof States by the insinuation that the nun of nnd highly honorable. Yet there aro, such Inspection is necessary "Wo do whom Catholics' of ovory age orory race havo had good reason to strange to say, among the not foe a moment believe that tho of these pioneers somo men behind such measures do not love and respect, and which they do, know better. It Is possible 'that Ihero not to rally to hor defense la cow- who affect to believe that they are Of Scotch-Iris- h descent or of Anglo- ,ar$ a fow Individuals so benighted ardly. No Catholic believes a word of Saxon orlglnl. Kentucky is cursed lh4t they suspect Catholic Sisters of "will But theso If any there the vile lies that are In circulation; with Illiteracy, but some day docs ho ceases to lie one. But wake up. , JLet us hope when this day re exceptions. Tho men who if he comes that all tho illiterates will ar lending their influence to these Mils aro not no ignorant, St. Peter, thoro will be need to be' havo learned that it is. quite an honor . InfjLmous as they are They know sonto strenuous repentance on his' to bo Irish Just plain Irish, with no well enough that there 3 no moro part to make his reprehensible be- Scotch prefix Tho Master has reason for a convent Inspection bill havior forgiven. After a lapse of many years Louisthan hefe Is for a bill providing for wnrned us that if we fall lo ville will this year have a parado Jn inspection of the private house of acknowledge Him, in this world, Ho great, the good, the every citisen In the tend. But they vflT jail to recognize, us when his honor of tho holy St, Patrick, tho npostlo of Iresee' a chance to InstiUi'the religion of favor means tho casting of the did land. May this be the forerunner of (heir fellow cltlsens and they are rpr eternity. many and greater ones In the years And what is lukewarmness In enough to covpri!y and picking up tho gauijtet for tho Cath- to come. tate advantage of it. (latholjcs have no reason, to fear olic Slstorhood, God's sp5lal chilWo are glad that our Government neb leglnlatipn. Thr have nothing dren, but showing tho white feather? has at last been aroused to the to conceal, nothing that they fear to It is the day when a moral battle necessity of taking some action that must be fought with all the courage, may resiorp peace in Mexico. havo tnownr Rut they do reent strength and enthusiasm which alone Od rtghrlj; so the impllcstlen in a proposal of such bills as that brin victory, Such battles have Splendid sttwuUuee has thus far by the Arkansas Legislature. been fought before, ant the peeoe marked the Lefttet exercise !n the ', wese proposed to search the (bat .followed was the reward. Mow rations churches of thee lty, sew generation of enemies has residences of a certain A good lusty 'holler" is better the proposal would sprung up, Shall it find the Cathnlscing words er meajy b an Insult. Now ton- - olics of today leas able to defend than " ,yate residencies of their holy religion than. In those mouthed palsver. early days" when the ntfflcultler irere 31 etiosen to dedicate JAIAK WORKS WGMJCv. the service of God. greater, when Americans e beHef were less fairf ih. less reason tor sub Oeer oae-ss- lf of Uie ioa " It la sat the respectable ProteeUot forces lo Japan ore eaes t&tT the lnsttisitorUl On March '17 we single-handed, BBHBBHBBKHHH5KraBKRIV JUJfiylsWsHWHB SfctG? ,S.i iMljaBSSKR Taffeta. White Molro Taffeta Rlbbqns; Ribbons; nanusomeiy watered effect: ex tra wide snBh width: rceular S0c 4-U3c and 10c valuo; per yard , , yard 3flc jr Ribbon Rows 'and Sashes Tied ;i White Taffeta Brocaded Moire Vn-of Charge Sash Ribbons; special value at. ; per yard 10c and 2c Main Floor , , c " Children's Knit Underwear DR. J. W. FOWLER In this St." Patrick's day- number of tlie hospital has been emphasized it Is fitting that mention should be with a strict regard for the rights of all citizens, tho best ovldence of this made of ono of the most popular ract being displayed. In tho absence or LoulBVllle. Dr. J. V. Fow- of complaints from the public. Dr. ler, Superintendent of the City Hos- (Fowler 1b a Democrat and prominent pital, whoso history under his nd Hrraternally, and boing a man of ministration Is tho brightost in its character Is highly annals Dr Fowler was Superintend esteemed by all classes. Honor ent while our hospital, conceded rather than the emoluments of tho to ue one or the iinest ana Dest office he so admirably fills and tho equipped In tho country, was being deslro to do good and relievo sufbuilt, and It was in tho naturnl order fering havo characterized his work, of things that Mayor Buschemeyer nnd this is a guaranty that If he de- should continue him as Its head. Ills hires retention the public will not be administration of the many affairs averso and will be tho gainer broad-gauge- d Per-ton- Children's Fine Ribbed Pure, Waist Union White Suits; round neck, sleovoless; button down front; kneo length; taped buttons; all sizes; at, 50c Btilt Infants' "Rubens" Vests; lino ribbed white cotton; long sleeves, no buttons; fastened with safety pins in back; put on just like a coat; double protection to body In front; sizes 2 to ff; at, gar5c ment Lisle-finished Children's Ribbed. 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M CWNECTKW WITH IWT?wrtt4) JA1E3 UeCaEEBY W, KCW YMUL HIH I'frH BBBBBBwBHBBBBSBBBBEBShuKBBH1IsBH !4 f IHHtl ii 4i Ml HOHiUMilH OUJJSfllXNlS 4 o Bls-Lf- ly ( 1CJS5113 TXXJ3J WHITE PLUME FLOUR Best for BiscuitS, k SHERMAN GOODPASTER Sherman Goqdpaater, of Owings vlllo, present State. Inspector nnd Examiner,' made his formal entry last Monday In tho coming Democratic primary for tho nomination of State Trensuror. and his entrance bus -- , itatlfpnr-epitht'tsnipon-fr- he - ed from every dlstrlut, who seo in him a valuable asset for the Democratic ticket and bolievo flint he should bo selected at tho August primary. Mr. Goodpastor is one of the best knowm of the younger Democrats and is a nntlve of Bath county, which has given a nice Democratic majority in the last sevoral elections. Mr. has fcurveil twice as Counts Attornoy, resigning to accept appointment by Gov. McCreury as State Inspector and "Examiner, tha office In the latter ho now holds. capacity ho has beon most energetic in compelling settlements with the State and requiring the proper and economical handling of tho State Good-pastor beon well received by Domocrata 1 tjie'-convoiit-, His courageous attitude in regard totho financial administration or State and county officers and departments was recognized with approval on moro than one occasion during tho 1014 aosilon of tho Gen- Assembly. Concerning his oral record and reports to the uoncrai Assembly tho State press has froqttently commented odttorlnlly on his capable management of the affairs of his office, and his reports 011 tho various State Institutions wore used extensively by the last General Assembly lit obtaining information regarding the management and cost of conducting same. By virtue of his present office as Stato Inspector and Examiner, Mr. Goodpaster has been in close touch J funds. ' tho practical workings of our Stato Government and its various institu tions. Tho Stato Treasuror by virtue oil his office Is a member of tho Boaid of Valuation and Assessment, the and the Slnklnc IFund Commission Printing Commission, tho Importance of theeo boards, and more particularly the Board of Valuation nnd Assessment, having a direct lnflu enco on tho ono vital function of our State Government, which is well known to ovory citizen of tho Stato, necessitating tho selection of competent and effSclont men for tho board. If nominated and elected Mr. Goodnastor would surely give a faithful and painstaking account and would, without prejudice or bias, endeavor to seo that tho assessment of property, which by law is assessed by tho Boatd of Equalization and Asspssmont, be done in strlrt conformity to the law's enacted for that purpose, without foar or favor. Members of the General Assembly from this dlBtrict in particular, and thoso having official business in Frankfort, aro loud in their praises , , ar a., uiuciunu.. Air, w uooupasior handling of tho offlco of Stato In spector and Examiner, and Jefferson county, tljo banner Democratic dls- trlct of tho Stato, is suro to glvo him a nlco testimonial voto In .tho primary of August 7. This also applies to othor districts, judging b'y the comments In the Stato press, and from present Indications Mr. Goodpastor's candidacy for Stato Treasurer Is being well recolvctl throughout the State. , -- with the fiscal affairs of tho Stato, which would make him an admirable State Treasurer, his three years' ex- uerlonce bringing him in touch witn 2 x Wt$ i Ei r hSBflfl ku C iaw.oimfcrviD a "i h T Pancakes, Pie Crusts, Cakes and Bread, Avoid Substitutes. I 1 n itei aufl.iwWJj&jL'f wiJjfl ACME-EVAN- S CO. OF LOUISVILLE INCORPORATED RKCKNT DKATHS. Following a short Illness of asthma, Mrs. Elizabeth Lane, widow of the Into WllllamLaiie and mother of Miss Mary Lane, passed to her eternal rost on Thursday. Her funoral takos placo this morning from St. Brlgid's church. Tho funeral of Mrs. Myra Brown, widow of Caleb Brown, will bo hold A TRIHUTK. evil-doin- g. be-a- evil-minde- d. Tho greatest tribute in connection with tho passing of John D. Wako-riel- d is thaf the kind words and DANGER POINT PASSED. no obituary testimonials wore different thnn'thooo expressions of The many friends of Edwin J. him in life, ho being a universal O'Brien, the widely known tobacco favorite, admlre.d and respected by buyer, will bo pleased to learn that all. he has been pronounced out of danger by his phyalclnn, Dr. WillMr. O'Brien was iam B. Doherty. OFFICERS ELECTOR. stricken two weeks ago, and for a Tho lognlar monthly meeting of timo his condition was looked upon " ' . the Board of Directors of the Visitation- as critical. -Homo wna held last Monday, ofucora wero when tho follbwlng CHA.VGE FOR LECTURE. Lincoln building at Fourth and Market streets, which Is tho property of funeral will tako. place Monday tho bnnk. hiornlng from St, John's" church lOMness and jumping epeUs, which kept ' ' up walking mostly all night, but lnc n io ivoonifTB nttn 'lonifl Mrs. Cathorlno O'Connor, widow this trouble dlsapeared, for which J aav to thank Rev. Toplsck, who reeomwndl of tho lato J. M. O'Connor, died th Tonlo to me. Thursday evening at, hor home, 720 Mr. Fr. KenrotB, of Costsvin, Pa., wlfs East Chestnut street, after a long jaya that hla aeatnst used Pastor Xoenlifs nervousness induced Ntrvs Tonic Illness. Sho was .tho mother of by home.slcknws. Tho results wers so Miss Ella O'Connor and Mrs. Dr oeneticinl that he will not he.ilta.te to John Metcalfe, who survive her. Her asatn uaa It under lmilar conditions. nuior Koecls-this morning from St. John's church. Tonio Doiimn 01 mo trouble sod I Nrv removed Mrs. Brown wan sovontythrco years Qod tor what good th Tonic has thank done r.1,1 ii,l ...ul.lrtfl Jluvill YTattft. nf nt7 f)nut TnrUal IOT Bltt. sons,' James. Thomas street. Three ftaTffi'Mtf'SS? iSa? y& and Potrolmnn Olllo Brown, survive without nndlng- - any relief from slsee-,e- r ' Thanks Qod. W. iraxelton. Pa.. Augtat. 191J. ttacka of fainting-- spells nrSt SMd in church and had more stace. but a T? JnS Dtf Va.um ITabuu, All that was mortal of Thomas ef FortW7ne. !od.,iio187S. mkI imtw W K Coakloy, who .died Sunday afternoon KOENIG MED. CO, CUesce, IH. at his home, 827 Franklin street, X W. Lelce Strsel. wvDwWm was laid to rest on Tuesday, aftor the Tho IMS fcr DtnfiUftt SlaarkAMt. WS. funeral nt St John's church. deceased was a well known resident years old. Two and wns sixty-tw- o survive srfna nnd four daughters FrmnmrA In, vous Diseases FREE bottle ilia tar sMtcm.nd fewirce. m Sei the eedkje ticntt 10 A Valuable Book on Ner- him. Wear a Green Carnation ST. PATRICK'S DAY elected for tho'enBulng year: President Mies Magglo Judge. First Vice President Mrs. Chjarlos Smith. Second Vice President Mrs. Minnie Bosche. Third Vice President Mrs. John Buschemeyer. Treasurer Xrs. B. J. Janslag. Reeordlng Secretary Mrs. C. L. 1 nnm-elHsen- s, Lerefte, CorrespoBillMg ICs4- - Coljins. r Secretary -, Miss jjxcoMi awisan rak, .MM?-Catho- lic -- The Mneoln Sarlnits Benk is advocating the opening of savloiw and makes a specialty ef sccetias'itt,ll eoount of H . er mm. Tie Immk tie loeate in the 01 Theater lifts been changed to next Thursday night. The Xnlghts of Columbus had arrangried foj, the 312 W. Chestnut St. following night, but a telegram ,..,1),. 'I'.I.SMSSBBSSBSSSSl ',,- from the lecturer that ha could, not THE be hero March 19 made the change Tho death of Philip Carroll. 201$ e Incorporate necessary; Bank street, which took place Mon- , day, oecaeloned great grief among CARPET CLEANING, RUG MANUFACTURING AND WAJiL ON'K CHURCH FOR ADD. his numerous friends and acquaintyears eld PAPER. CSMASIHQ ances. He wag forty-eigTheChurch of the IloJy Ghost at and his death followed an Illness of Telephone City 2SSY ,. Heidelberg, Germany, k the only one short duration. Surviving: him are 0 South Clay Street in the world In which both Protestant one brother, Assistant Hire Chief and Catholic services are hefcl at the Pat Carroll, nnd two sisters, Mrs. Dry salt anil a erueh will take seme time A petition wall in the Daniel Reed and Mrs. John Hess. center separates .the two eoflgregav The funeral wa held Wednesday dust off a velvet, 'plttafe and heavy . i morning from St. Cecilia's ehureh, " embroieery that eaa Mfbe washed. Wees, -1 OARRELD-ROGMrW'jCd. ht Just as wa go to press word was wcclvod that tho timo for tho lecture of David Goldstein at Macauloy's . This community was shocked Monday morning by the news that Richard Naughton, of 812 Oldham street, had dropped, dead of heart disease nt Eighth' and Kentucky while on his way to tho Court House for Jury service. Ho was sixty years of ago and had long been with tho Toulsvllle & Nashville railroad. His funeral was held Thursday morning from St. Louis Bertraod's church. 5c EACH F. WALKER & CO. .) OB8-O- .ftf1- .si '? i As A A?51-- A&dLE&SfclOJUK ?.f '. j&JP? , ' vPBv-KitBBBeaofSRVlrt- ' 'Hf, ' fjS&BFw irf' v tv ., f .' ' ' PLANT OF THE Si KENTUCKY LAUNDRY CO. (INCORPoTlATKD) " PROF. V. O. GILBERT My policy shall always bo to help, ' not to hinder. "Third To make the department tendent of 'Public Instruction, is making a lively canvass for tho of education serve the classified Democratic nomination for Superin- cities in every possible way. To this tendent, to succeed Prof. Hamlott, end I shall seek for ways to serve and his many friends and followers tho city boards of education and city throughout tho State are very active departments. in every "Fourth To in his behalf, bollevlng thnt his experience In his presont position possible way with tho boards of would make him a valuable man for which the Stato Superintendent may tho nlace Prof. Gilbert has been be a momber "Fifth To tho organization of connected with out public school sywtcm for over thirty years and courses or study, so ns to adjust tho during thnt tlmo has served teaching educational machlnory and work or t. tho schools to tho practical living In county schools, as County City Superintendent, and needs of Hie community at large, for moro than six years a momber and to hold constantly before tho ot tho faculty of tho Western Kon- - children examples of temperance, .,v-,- . ciin Vnptnnl Snhnnl Tlnrlnir culture and good citizenship. especially "Sixth To ull of these years Prof Gilbert has Tho made a study of tho conditions and w.lth tho Illiteracy commission. needs of our public school and It Is Stato Superintendent Is made by law believed thnt his election as State a member of this commission, and I with Superintendent of Public Schools shnll mont heartily would menn much In the advance- tho commission in its great work of Illiteracy ond ment of education In Kontucky, ' eliminating adult which cause has been given so much Illiteracy In general. "My wholo heart, my very life, is attention by tho press ami public recently. In this connection atten- In the work; I havo had the opportion is called to tho platform an- tunity for all this training; I havo nouncement of Prof. Gilbert, In done my best wherever I have will oil he outlluesf many valuable worked, and 1 shal redeem to the suggestions for tho conduct of the letter in good faith ovory promise office, and Which, If adopted, will miulo or Implied in this announceUpon this platform I am tvlii greatly In the building up of ment un efficient school system. Follow- earnestly seeking tho suffrage of tho ing are Boine of the suggestions con- voters " Prof Gilbert has many friends in tained In Prof. Gilbert's announcethis, the Fifth district, and It goes ment for the office: "First To administer the office without saying that Louisville and him JefTerbon county will give of State Superintendent as economically ns It can bo done, conslotent splendid support In the August prlmnry. and many lendors from out with efficiency. To with the In the State havo predicted that ho "Second Superintendents of tho will receive one of the largost votes County Btnte, and to aid them In ovory pos- In tho primary, making him a valsible way In tho groat work of build- uable man for tho Democratic ticket ing tip an efficient system of schools. In the gonernl election. ant Superintendent to the Superin- Hrof. V. Q. Gilbert, present Assist- ,, ' -- ' te jkWAr1 r s , . v.,. y .. . 'tP II 4&&' ' !-. .rf, . 'MlPff!Li.,-A-'- ' ?' r "viBWR. Super-tendon- DR. PETER S. GANZ and giving his constant and most raroful attention to his duties, Dr. lianz loi.g ago became known as an jctivo worker for public betterments, (iiid in a lender in the movement to give equal recognition to all phy- Hlelaim nt tho City Hospital. In Knights of Columbus and Catholic Knights and Ladles of America circles ho is particularly actiro, and to thoxo ho has given tho best thnt is record 1b an exceptionally admirable in him. Mrs. Canz, his estimable and successful one, to which may bo wife. Is also an earnest worker, and attributed tho large practice ho now Is neor bpplor than when doing enjoys. Though uovor a politician for others. be superfluous to say It that the picture nbovo these few words is that of Dr. Teter S Ganz, President of the Jefferson County Catholic Federation and one of the Vice Presidents of the American Federation. Though born In HUnolt). Dr. Qanz has been a resident of Louisville for about half a contury. Graduutlng from tho University of years ago, his Louisville twenty-on- e would ! Home Phone City 7413 614-62- Cumb. Phone East 180 FATHER Si CO.VNOU'S GUEST. WKKSTIil.VG. A wrestling match yxs- - staged Ilev. George M. Connor, pastor of William's church, had for his I after tho mentlni? Mnmlnv nltrht of guest thlti week tho Itev. Dr W. F. ' trinity Council that wns greatly, on- Joyed bj tho mfcny in attendance. Durget of the Catholic University of Tho contestant! wero Josoph Wober Washington, who preached to a nifd Thomas Dradley, who were large congregation Wednesday night 'evenly matched and displayed much at the Jvonten services in St. Will- skill The first fall wont to Webor iam's Father Durget, who is after an exciting contost lastlug widely known as a pulpit orator, and twenty-nin- e minutes. Before time Father Connor were classmates at was called for the second Bradloy the University of Louvaln In was taken suddenly 111, and not beand have been close friends for ing ablo to come back the match was many years. to Weber. i awarded i I Uol-glu- 2 Underhill Street XKK-Kt'::-oooo- KNI6HT8 OF COLUMBUS. jato News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. a 5: & 1.1 & " frlonds or Col. Michael The Hqgan, of West St, Catherine street, Davenpprt has Just had the most will be sorry to' learn that ho is Miss Mary Brannlgan has returned again confined to his home on ac- notable Initiation ever hold In Iowa from New York, count of Illness, Tho New 'York State convention will open at Poughkeepsle on June 1 Leqzer, who underwent and continue three days. Miss Minnie O'Hoarn, of "Clifton, Mrs. Fred was a recent visitor In Anchorage. a delicate operation at Sts. Mary The Knights ot Green Bay have and Elizabeth Hospital, has been periodioals to hor hotilfl and is ablo to mado a gift of ten tliat'SIty". to the Miss Annio McGIll is homo from a Public Library 6T two weeksrtrlp to Now York Git. receive her friends. y Thcro were 500 In the class thm Miss Nellie Malonoy will return Mr. and Mrs. Richard B, Sheridan received tho fourth degree in Chicago on Washington's birthday. next week from a trip to Now York. havo announced tho engagement their daughter, Miss Emma SheriTwo hundred and fifty recolvort Miss Adellno Scannell spent sev- dan, to John A. Braun. The wed- tho fourth degree at tho. exemplifiInteresting cation held in the Hotel Aster, Now eral days visiting In Springfield last ding will be one of tho week. Juno society events, York City. Kohoe Council of Newport held MIbs iMntrcrlo Iveonan was in Now V A happy social evont last week York last week, a guest of tho HotoM wns tho surprise party given Mr. nn a well attended open mooting for 18 Charles mcvnbers and prospective candidates McAlphin Mrs. G. W. Bender, street, In honor of .tho tenth anni- Monday night. MIsb Sadie Quijjley Is hero from versary of tholr marriage. About a Hon Robort M. Sweltzer, Demo Owonsboro to spond some tlmo visit- hundred of tholr fronds were pres- cratic nomineo for Mayor of Chi ing friends. cago, Is a il'ast Grand Knight ot ent. HON. WILLIAM F. KLAIR Illinois Council. The Hon William F Klalr. of a business man of ability, and while ' Miss Hmnia Greene has heon visitftor an lllnosh of several weeks Montana For tho second tlmo Lexington, is again campaigning for burring on the Railroad Commission ing at Springfield, tho guest of Miss at Sts. Mary and Blltaboth Hospital, and tho first in Groat InFalls the where' Bho underwent "nn operation. fourth dogreo was put on last weok Railroad Commissioner in this dis- ho has brought his business prin- Gertrude Sbndcr. r '11 o. Mary t'onloy has boon rottirned trict, to succeed himself, subject to ciples Into nctlok helping to conduct for 125 candidates. the affairs of that iody 'Miss Joe Sullivan has 2424 West the action of the Democratic party In honestlj, accurately and accordingly, ing at Morganfield, th.e buon visit to her homo,will botplpnsodBroadway. Bishop Fallon, of London, Ont., o guest ot Hor frlonds to tho that her tho primary next August For tho camo to Tolodo to conduct tho re speedy recovery Is now assured, satisfaction or everyone having Miss Mary Welsort. past four years Mr. Klalr has served business with the commission. treat that oponed Sdiuluy night in ,im Mr. Hi tho Cathedral for the Knights ot on. the commission from the Second Klalr's record ia n direct opposition James L Newmim and wife, ot i'ftucST PKitKHCTS Airro-Momu;- . that city. district and baa been recognized as to the old adage "tha.t a prophet is FrankJort, woro her for several one of its most valuablo membors. without honor in his own country' days tho past week. Lncordairo Council, New York One of tho r.muy new Improvo-toeut- s Ilia familiarity and knowledge of as the people of Fayette, his home to be added to nutomobllOB City, will celebrate St. Patrick's day g county, hare always been loyal to with a reception and and ball In the tho Important questions ponding Mrs. Annio Burke was last wouk this venr is a new deBe A feature will the commission eminently qual-i- f his interests, roturning him to the the KUOst of her sister, Mrs J. M. vice, tho invention of Rev. Thomas I'ulni Cardan him for future service, as one of Legislature time and time again, Lynch, at West Point, tho exhibition drill J Glynn, acting phnnlftin ot Prov-idenc- o Degree Color Guard. of the fFourth' Ita members For many years Mr. abvaju with bannor majorities. Next Hospital at Boaver Falls, Wis. Dr. Georgo M. Shauuty and Mrs. This slmplo Improvement places the Klalr represented tho city of Lexing- to tho jxsoplo of Lexington nnd More than 1,000 Sun Francisco ton In tho Legislature, and as a re- Fayetto, he numbers hosts of friends Shaunty havo returned from a vis hand-cfnn- k In the car near tho steer- Knights wero presont at tho council sult thereof is perhaps one of tho in Louisville, this being accounted to relatives at Springfield. ing wheel Instead df tho old way lit reception given former Gov, Martin most widely known men in public for In the fac't tlfat he has always tho front of tho car. At tho ond of Glynn, New York's representative at O'Brien, Sotttr. this shaft Is a twolve-lnc- h Mrs. Catherine life today in Kentucky. Ho knows worked in accord with the Louisville gear, the Bxposltlou. 'Right 'Rev, Bishop the Democratic ritual by heart, back- aud Jefforson county representatives Louisville, last week entortalnciTher geared to a h 'jenr, geared to Hanna delivered tho principal ward and forward, and in a political and has greatly assisted thorn Jn sup- pousln. Miss Mollfe Crowe. of welcome. gear on tho motor n three-Inc- h argument, whether in public or porting- any measure for tho bonoflt bhaft You turn the crank uinover Maopey has been to tho loft to turii the motor and Miss Julia, private, can hold his own with the of this district Tho Second Rallroaa MISSION. best of thorn, this being exemplified district, which includes tho city of sponding the past wcok J!i St. Louie start tho car Tho new device Is Invisiting hor sister, Mrs. Dr. A rink. thirty-tw- o In his long hervlco at Frankfort, Louls Die, Tomorrow a mission that will ombraco.1 expensive. where he was always known as ope counties, and is located In six differcontinue two weeks will open nt Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ootken Holy Cross church. It will bo conof the floor loaders for his parly and ent Congressional districts, over FOUXIMJI) IN MIS Mr opponents wero never ablo to which territory Mr. Klalr Is now en- havo again taken a residence in ducted by two noted Franciscan xnlch him napping In any fight in- gaged in one of his hustling can- New Albany, (moving there .this past Unlvorsity education at all events preachers, Rov. Fathers Vincent week. Mr. Klalr Is vasses. troduced lp that bod is nothing new to the descendants Trost and FlavlHii Iarbes of the Spanish conquerors of tropical Registered at tho Hotel McAlpln Amorlca. Most people If you ask AITAll SOCIETY PARTY. ASSIGNED TO ROSTON. sell, of New Albany, and Louis Rus- in New York City thl8 weok were them the namo e oldest of sell, of Louisville. Tho iuneral was Misses Mary Flynn, Dora Barret, Muorlcan Tho. ouchio and lotto party to bo say universities will Sister Dorothea, of tho Dominican t,held Friday morning from Holy Trln- - Mary Barron and C. S. Bueter Therein given under tho auspices of the Harvnrd, founded in J.63t order of Sisters, spent Wednesday In ley church, of which he wns a. faith s, ladies of the. Cathedral Altar Society, they are mistaken. Down or MIbs Marguerite Slughes, of ChiLouisville the guest of hor parents, ful member. as It In In the Andes nno which was postponed from January cago, will arrive tho last of the should say Vup" at Lima, Pent, Is 12, will tako place in the new Mrf and Mrs; Georgo J. Butler. SIstor Dorothea has been assigned to Bosmonth to bo tho guest of Miss Mag- tho Unlversldadf do San Marcos, Cathedral Hall on Wednesday, April DANIELS TO UK SPEAKER. gie Judge. ton, Mass., whore sho will teach in whoso charter was granted by Philip 7, 1)oih afternoon and night. All one of tho leading academies or that Observance of Decoration dav at II. In 1572. Before tho first Pilgrim tickets which wero previously sold city conducted by the Dominican tho University of Notro Dame will be Misses Katherlno and Margaret stubbed his too on Plymouth Rock, will hold good. Tho ladles invite to Kansas' before Sir Walter Raleigh smoked all their friends and assure them n jRfstors, She-- departed for Boston on markod thi season by tho unvolllng ' Keogan havo returned ""Wednesday evening, accompanied by of a monument, carrying n bronze City aftor visiting their sister, Mrs, his first cigar, university instruction tlmo of real pleasure. a. Aicuany. several 'other Slstera from St. Cath- tablet cast .from tho United States Jurisprudence In pollto literature, erine's Convent, near Springfield battleship Maine, and It will also be USES FOIt SALT. and theology was bejng given in tho only took her first surmounted by an eight-Inc- h Mrs. Kate Fitzgerald and daugh- - land of tho Incas. The institution flitter Dorothea sholl revqwa last Sunday and her assignment covered from the samo vessel or New Albany, aro homo from at Lima has a continuous history The ters, Put damp salt on burns. 'it kills to an Important city like Boston la monument will be cut from Wlscon a pleasant visit to friends at from lolo in tho sixteenth century the pain. K a recognition of her ability as a sin granite and will bo erected on tho Springfield, Ky. Add a pinch of salt to starch and down to this year of grace, and it al taK-ber- . Brownson campus. In addition to ways has been the central feature of. it will keep tho irons from sticking. Mrs. Mattle Martin has returned the educational system of a wealthy tho formal decorations, tho mpnu-meRub salt on griddle and it will not 1MWKF UAMftm FATAL. will hold a bronxe tablet erect- to her homo at Franklin. Teun., and intelligent republic. Not only smoke. Shilling-todelightful visit o her alster, Jh classical education given at. the ed to tlie memory of George after a A llttlo salt under tho tongue will ' la the death of J&him RmsmII, a former student f BrowiiBa Mrs. M, A. Rooney, of 570 l,ily ave- Peruvian capita) bat one find also stop nose, bleedlsg. wkleh occurred Wedndy at his hall, who Vent with the battle- nue. Salt on lingers when cleaning a echsel ot mine and eiril engineerfcONM, illS But Oak Nw Al- ship Maine, A fitting programme f ing, a national agricultural school meat or fleh will prevent slipping, bany, thre paMd away ona of th wHI be nmnKed to rrece .T. A. .TaelowicE. the an Creruuf rlill, and a school of jirts aad trade. Salt as k gargle, will" cure ere few remaining Irish Catholic pto-n- r veiling, at which the J Ion. Josephus . who has throat. a vilt to relative of Southern Indiana. Born in Daniefe, Secretary of the NHvyvvIlf in HamlUefi, Out., w la Xew York Salt 1a solution Inhaled ie good LIMITS HIS MADKKS8. Ireland soventy-fof- lr yars ago, thetb the principal apsalw. tor cold in the heed. for several days before-- returning to , uecvoMHi imu, iivau in now Aioany Ixiulnvillf. Mrs, Casey If I, were u to die, salt In water ia toe beat thing to over half a century, raapticted by for YOUNG WOMAN" UUhglt. elean willowwer) and niattlag. woutd you oei i'Bii, ajl who "knew him. ,BldM hia wtfa aK and' vinegar will raneve There hsa been much rejoking la Mr. Caaey I'd 1e nearlycrazy. " he ts purvlved ,by s'evn children Ownd Duchess MarU ot lJnxem- - th home of Edward J. and Ana iMre. Oaer Weald . yoti marry stains from .discolored teae.uge. vy M Mrs1 Thomas O'Mam .John ami Dan- - br,g, J ho Is onlyweiity-oiSett In oven under naxteg 41ns reafe tXelnldM Bant Ket,Ufcky--tot.W tel p. Ruaaell, of Chicago; to the yeungeat rrtiatr is the Btaee h that will prevent eaprehtag' ga. tha hot- rmt or Mit'wrR, wao. left WW Caeey-J-Nf-l; r. .1 Miha Katfcerine and Hlse Mayme fca. wMM Uerc a P 1WU eraey. Pt7 tiwr. LIka t n t ' SOCIETY. grandfather and father, the young-Bte- x is n Hibernan, and candidate for Division 2. lanr.-- t fr w USB -- a $ S CHaCCSCW8C8 I DOLLY VARDE r i I I S SJ FLOUR WHITE AS THE DRIVEN SNOW MADE IN LOUISVILLE on-tlr- i. Louisville Milling Co, IN(XItrOHATKO) S bo-fo- ro LOUISVILLE, K.Y. r haiid-crankln- $ e' six-Inc- ad-dre- es WEWANTYOURWORK We're Prepared to Do and in First-Clas- U Promptly ,'Al s Style. -- of-th- PRINTING Cards, Bill Head, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HBME PHONE per-hap- 946. ' KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN bio 'ww' orsm: 1H1 nt n, atrt, dn 441 litW3NB8 i FrN I'l'H HIM i I i bea'ii A. 3L 4188 Wost KOIjBj Oren Stjrt. , teet' eeTCKjaeKa'. iI j 11 1 1 III I I II 1 1 M OKAMPACWnoi wt -- 1j Jam, w te .1., lUlilllfliHIIHflllllKHHHHl s YOHR ISOWt CQiW. jnignt-witti laacrons -- CtOtJ 11 II .!. -, at fvl soft eorn, tryblndU tMking 'irTo relieve ike. wpaafiea ef a M- - with a little water. v3l ,4 A. .? j-s-. jni 'v . aM JURECOraJOMr1 V o HON. ALVIN STEGER ru SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. 0. H, DIVISION 1. (Second and Fourth Thursday, Lteder- Kraut Hall, Sixth and Walnut President Mark Ilyan. Vice President William Cushing. Clancy. HONw SIDNEY DOUTHITT ManMKWaffl Fidelity and Columbia & Trust Company CAPITAL SURPLUS jg Financial Secretary Edward P. Recording Carry. TienBiirer Sergeant-at-Arm- Secretary Thomas James s Keenan. Thomas Tarpy. $2,000,000 $650,000 3 DIVISION 2. Moots Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President- - Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Kecfe. Hecordlng Secretary John Secretary First Wednesday Mederkranz T I $ 3r Thoroughly equipped for efficient, courteous, and trustworthy transaction of all classes of business and service entrusted to Trust Com- panies. 3 Sj Si Koaney, Financial Kelran. Treasurer; Sprgoant-at-Arm- s Edward J. j FOURTH AND MAIN STUEETS. Ion. Thomas Hannan. John P. Hel- I slon, 0 Portland, nian Hone, ('resident John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Recording Secretary Thomas Klllcen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- 181S-182- DIVISION SI. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at Hiber- Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arnis Jr. 15. Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Democrats throughout the Commonwealth arc taking notice of the rapid rise in Democratic circles of known lone of Owen county's best citizens, Alvln Sieger. lirlefly speaking. Mr. Stcgor Is a production of the soil, having spent His bo hood days on a Bluegrass farm In his native county, where he jicqulrcd the rudiments of his future education and bulldcd up the tine pbjslquo which Ik so essential in the Unities or overy-dabusiness and professional life. He is a Democrat, his father having won distinction as a woaror of the gray during the Civil war, and during tll the ypnrs of his lite ho has novel Vii'jiirtnJ from the precepts instilled J Ins forl)i'ars His loyalty to the wrty always has been unquestioned. In fact, Mr. Stoger has won and retains the coulldeuce and esteem not only of the followers of his own ilurty but of practically the entire citizenship of Owen county, who have nevei yet failed o honor him with their loyal support whenever occasion presented tho opportunity. e testimony of this Ah a tho voters of the Owen county have, with persistency retained hlni as t'lerk of tho Owen Circuit Court. His administrations have been universally oificlent, due In groat part to the Tact that he is efficient in auditing and accounting, something iwhielt he learned while clerk in a country store his first position taken when be was oulj seventeen v.aSm of aim ho urlhoi tostunon) ns to Worthiness and general oblllts of Mr Steger is evidenced b the fact .that hla fame as an official spread , abroad through the CorjinonweaJth, 'nnd at the annual nieo.Ing of the Kentucky Count) Circuit nd Clerks' AKoclation. )'i 1013, he was elected President or the. organization. This Is a signal and coveted honor and one vjhlch Is won solelj upon merit Now. after having sorvod his county in the Circuit Court Clorkship for a period of mere than eleven years, his friends urged him to announce as a candidate foi Clerk of the Court of Appeals, a duty which he Is eminently fitted to perform to tho fuJl credit of himself, his county o apd the Ills announcement as a candidate for this office did not come as a sur- y born-and-br- gill-edg- v , ask. High tribute has been paid to Mr. Steger bj Judge Lansing and othei NATIONALITY. well known members of tlte KenGOLDSTEIN ON SOCIALISM. tucky bench, who have stated thai the favorite son of "Sweot Owen" Is A nation's voice, a n.Ulon's'voiee The people of tho Falls Cities will It is a solomu thing! be Interested to know that Louisville peculiarly fitted Tor this important It bltls the bondage-sic- k rejoico position. They ought 4o know; their Council, Knights of Columbus, has 'TIs strqnger than a king, completed lrrangements fot a free judgment should bo conclusive. the-ligmany aars,' "fist like of I The strioi-sensof JtfStit-sWhl- ch Mr Steger Is heir to has cntJoafcfl.L'.V T hi m to all wltb whom he has eoiuoT10" Rightly look through prison uiiia. in contact, In private life he Is And sweetly sound in caves. recognized as a modol of sobriety, Yet it Is noblest, godllest known. tnodestj and the courage of his Like all men of promin- When righteous triumph swells itti tone. ence also lit any community, his fraternal connections, formed oarlj A nation's flag, a nation flag j In ltfe, bear testimonial to his If wickedly unrolled. worthiness. As a consequence Mr M6y foes In adverse battle drag Stoger is proud of his iiccomplisl ments in Masonry, having pn8seiMnut ,n lh0 caH6o of borty through successive dogrees to the Guard It till Death or Vtctoiy -Royal Arch Chapter. Look you, you guard It well! In fact, he is "big enough," to No ,snlnt or lias tomb so proud quote his friends, for any position In Aa ho whose king becomes" his shioud flag the official life of the State to which he may aspire. Anil then, Owen A nation's right, a nation's right-Go- d county has not before presented ft gave jt, and gave, too, candidate for any State office within A nation's sword, a nation's might "jeafs. the Jasl thirty Danger to guard It through, 'TIs freedom from a foreign yoke Tis just nnd equal laws, JKKLAND'S MUSIC. battle sonirs. "Thov stream nnd crash upon the ear like the warriors, Which deal unto tho "humblest folk as in a nobler cause. Thi story of Ireland's music is of u hundred glens meeting," wrltos " nations iixon in rignt and truth ' iXpVed the storv of IreWnd So Ini- - Thomas Davis, "and jou nio borne " tKirtiUu a part and God would bestow eternnl youth has the burp played In i with them to battle, and the ' Erin's, annals, so closely interwoven j on charge and struggle amid cries Is music With her affairs, educational, i and battle axes and stinging arrows." ilny Ireland's voice be ever heard Amid the world's applause! political, social and religious, tltnt to Just as the disciplined" treads of mult mention tif her minstrels and phnlun and legion impressed itself And never bo her flag staff stirred Hut in an honest causcl urinstrolsy while writing of Erin oil tho rlivtlimirnl lifvnmntnru nf tlin NvQuId bo practically lo rob Ireland Greek and Roman epics, thiMla&h and i01'"1 "Freedom he her very breath, He, Justice ever dear; Murrogh of hpr history. From the beginning, fierce daring of Malachl, lecture on Christianity vs Social(OHturles1 before 'Ohrlst, music hold and Brian Born seem to have beoit And never an ennobled, death ism," which will bo delivered by May son of 'Ireland fear! ttrpimr hmnJ a high placo Jn Irish life. The hn!iiioi inin Mm David Goldstein, of Boston, at Mao- Lord (io(l wilHover Xlleslans brought tho hnrp with that commemorate the deeds of theso ??, h$guardian grace upon smile Isle. auley's Theater on Fridaj night. With our them. Tho bards ohjojed ofllclnl Irish heroes. March 19. Thomas Walsh, tho ?t- Thomas Davis, Tho last of the bards wasTurrough rank. Rich lunds were Set aside for toruey, will preside and introduce the O'Oarolan. Oliver Goldsmith, when their malntonance and they wer lecturer, whose reputation Is nationIONA CLUH. a bright-eye- d child, wns presented to iiumuno from tribute. Low? and Is a trades wide. David Goldstein Cnrolan, .u .. . r iVMiuibn ii lit tav in iiuuii j the tinclent Celtic poet x;on unionist and proudly boasts that for ao no i Lolumba and were recited at the urea festival bill,. and hoary with age. was n fit- twenty-Mv- p years ho has carried a held at Tan.. The ancient name of tins' 'Personification of the honored , gregatlon front fifteen to twenty union card. As a delegate to the itsolf, Temur, wns derived from He of which he was the last Gold-- years of ago have organized under Massachusetts State convention of the Tarn I "te," signifying melody, and "mur," smith never forgot this interview, tho name of tho lona Club, American Federation of Labor he nus .iuhbremur, "iiii! wan oi music," " ,a i.-- iuiunue ui uu wi ui.uii.-m-, - nftar the ifsland of lona, where St. was Instrumental In having the first .,.,, nnf, ,B,, na BT was m eaueu iroiu ns coiounty tor ? iea, uui.i nf, positive pronouncement passed by a CollIinh. niejody above the other places of minstrels of Ireland to the new. Many missionary. Tho building UBed be- State convention of trade unions of Cnrolan's compositions are pre- - fore Ireland.' the completion of St. Columba's against the propaganda of Socialism Th Milesians came directly from torved In Moore's melodies," among splendid now school has been fitted within tho trade union movement, but they had been wanderers Ue lost known being "The Young up ns a club houso, which com- and the Socialist attempt from withdeulni Jar Miturl. nnd their civilization May Mood," "Fly Not Yet" and "Oh! prises a meeting room, pool parlor out to destroy the legitimate unions Egypt. Blame not the Bard." most resembled that of by the organization of the and gymnasium. Tho Initiation of HefteataeuH, the Egyptian historian, tho charter mombers of the club took Industrial Workers of the World. writing r Ireland about the year B. PIOUS IRISH CUSTOM. plnco on Washington's birthday and Them Is no doubt that Mr. Goldstein 500, wHr "They say that Lalona was greatly enjoyed y tho 'boys after knows his subject and knows how to wa horn here, and therefore that Catholics of the famous fishing thpv im.l rp.ii.im.1 it. tMv ti,. i.av.n tell others what he knows. Itt a they worshipped Apollo aume an vniage of Clauagh, County oajwny. of Jona undor the guldanre of good, clear, capable manner he pre-. - That Is atbe" C4X. there the reasons why the American in,!,,,,,!, ninusurato every year the Messrs. (Henry Bloemor. Will Whlttv. h'taat tr 14l.KUf u.f nnii uulu Ian ( A ,1 1,1 tl.tr n .1 ,. IU ill n Run, .W ..Bw.vvH-evoiti- U l,.,.tr tnotlHnnat lB,1m.rv .ionp '.MCuiiiicunny and Joseph Loch peoiue tuiuiun tay a ueciueu bisuiu ' '" ner. The first hone ritixeue arn most of them 7. against soctaun. inere win ue no affair harpers who, Uyfng uiKn the harp, Tuo Ashing soaaon begins about Aug - tho auspices of soclnl lona Clubunder reserved seats and therefore the the will ! 15, and gn that day, if t happens he haul bacrwl hyiun to Apoilo in the - Knights of Calumbus look forward the. moving picture l'jroof of .the afllhlty lie- - lo be flue, all tho boats, In the trim ment ""From" the "Manger entertain- wltn retl Interest to his lecture. lompie. to the twen Egypt nd ireiund Is; preserved mest condition and fully manned, CrOSS." Wlllfll will lift .Ivon tn a wmen is expccieu 10 urw u irBj i) in a nun nf ti.n Pnlivmlia'a Hnil r.iilnturel harp nt Ullard, form In a tnnr ltn niidlnncn. D,..u County Kilkenny The Irish harpe, friars from 4lw nlghuoring Domini- - evening, March 21 at o'clock like ttiobo of Assyria and Egypt, had cn convent ehters the leading Thfi offcora nf thrt rnn pi,,y, -BOSTON PRIESTS HERE. no front pl!!art Another pofiuiiarhy. craft and in processional order all TherRev John D. Kalahef, Charfaln1 was that the ... tngP . ., n.,,a..4., riiiinck Rey. Jainea IL O'Neill. LL. O.. ancient Irish ., harnr I mill nut tn. th' llhthnniw wherr. ., bo jCru.Vv- , , .. ,,..-, . v- -. .. V v.1.,' i. !..., rjnjrvu iiviiin iioj pneK, men ttyan, vice President: Frank Rey- - Vector of the peered Heart church of rft lowereu. aud. In thfr Senachhs Kor, laws .rjefrlUwi th rosary" and the r0ponses nold,rj Secretary,- - John Wentiel, K'a si Boston, mii) Rev. James N. Ipipiled in the ilflu century, speetel ,ar given by th XJaljftMHen, while I Trwitarer; Thomas Sfrivwi, Sentinel, Supple. Of ChArlealown, Maas., who UleK, whp prostrlbed for the ' th boats are swayad from side 4o and Philip Knhler, Cuaiodlank Other ere preeeat at Bprjngfleld Jhla pat rretui-i- i of a hani or a timing-keaide by the waves. When the prny- - members of the club are KranU week at the profeaalon ceremonies of tiourisnnu in Ireland until ere anr finished the holy water la Reeder, iNorbert "Smith. Jnlljs the 'Dotninoan nuna, apent Sunday ies cunitnom ed to make de-- gptlnkled on the aeaV and the boats Becker. Ernest. Scluih, Charles Will- - and Monday in Louiavilk aa the i oeee oevan 9u ner coasts return home lit the earns .order. Thla lama, Patrick Langan, John Langan, gueats ot 'Mr. and Mrs, Oeorge J. ttae ofr he eighth century taremouy, which baa been continued Lloyd lienalng, IrvlH .Txon, WHliani Butler and Mr. and tMrs W. J. Ooh they nevor Kortwengler, Cyril Connelly, Roy nelly, hyhom fhey were Uken In mefr-ioabout 200 years, from thne Immemorial, Irish music, which up fail to ferry out, and if by any Hartman, 'Trad Miller. Edward ')aulonio bl1e triga a?bout the cty and Fas religious in its pur- - chance August IS la too rough for Miller, George Alber. Bernard surrounding points ot Interest. "Bight aotvewhat. Pram the boaU to go out the ceremony hitScheaer. Mrk Connolly, Theodore ot tho nuns wio were proeafr'ed were appointed to teach in the Don 'Home ot the beat deferred till0tae following Sunday Lech ner and Joapb8choll l con-letlon- s. Stato-nt-largu-v. print to well liiformod politicians ho have hnl their eyes upon him for home time and recognize that the honor is one to which both he and ills county are Justly entitled. There is no doubt anion? his friends that lie will "land the plnce" ensllyT'iind with the unanimity which lias chor- actorl7od his previous victories. Their ittgumcuts run in about this wise: He is thoroughly capable, his ptist record leaving no ground lor comment to the contrary: he has won the reputation of being one of the most accommodating and affablo public ofllciiils in the State, having always gone out of his vaj it neces-enrto do a klndnoas or in any way oblige those of Ills constituents who have hnil business dealings with his office; ho Is an unquestioned friend of the farmer and tho laboring man, It and eminently fair lo everyone. is a well known fact that he has never attempted to build up a political machine other than that which loalty to duty, just considern Hon and fairness toward all, and the winning of frionds by true friendship has erected for him. As a veritable Ulbraltnr is such n viewed: and one that Is the most stauneh bulwark any man could y "'inn-chin- , , always ready and willing to furnish Thomas Noono. tho State with good men to fill her public offices and posts of trust and DIVISION 4. the quality of the goods supplied Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, by her has never boon disputed. At present the friends of that popular Bertrand Hail. Sixth Street. gentleman. Sidney Douthltt, County President John II. Hennessy. Clerk at Newcastle, Ky., are urging Vico President Thomas Lynch him to run for tho office of Railroad Financial Secretary Thomas Commissioner In the Second district Langan. Hecordlng Secretary John j. at the Democratic, .primary. August, 11915. Barry. L Here is a movement in .lie right Treasurer Pat Connelly. -- Thomas Far-- , direction, and Sergcant-nt-Arm- s the proposition to honor Mr. Douthltt has met with rell. general approval. Few men are better Sentinel M. J. McDcrmott. known or moro beloved In his portion or tho State, In fact he has Y. M.I. friends all over Kentucky, and as one of them said of him in a recent MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. matter what you Meets Monday" Evenings at Club conversation. "NoSid say in praise pf Douthltt you Twenty-sixtHouse, 344 North can not say one word amiss. He is President John J. Lynn. the finest fellow on the footstool, a First Vico President John W. Kentuckian from the ground up, Murphy. and one of the most lovable men 1 Second Vice President Martin have over been so fortunate as to J r ci,-,t- ,t know he Is it. fine official, a public- -- George J. Thornton. Treasurer-Financispirited citizen. 'and his home Is the Secretary William A center of that gracious hospitality Cassln. fa- -j made tho Recording Secretary William G. that has Mr. Douthltt Bluegrass is a Henry nious." Bucko!. county man and one or whom she Marshal Harry Alberts. Is Justly, proud. For a numbor of Inside Sentinel Edward Oratzer. years he was clerk upon boats Outside Sentinel George Dwyer. running' up and down the KenExecutive Committee Frank O. tucky river and also upon tho Adams, Thomas "Bachman, Frank Ohio, everyA. W, Andriot, CSoiler. John R. body and made friends with with who came Tn contact Barry. hcr. Sentinel . I h. al J. Dougherty. Martin PAPERS ....., j j j ..-- r ICale- - -. r oiid Commissioner. He Will cortnlnly receive their warm support and his record (n office will he a splendid vouchor for hlinf as mi ofllclnl who will discharge his duties with an eye to the good of the "& pnrty and the pooplo who placed him'? there. - On all sidos pleasant things X are said of this gentleman, and when n man Is tossed bouquets by t o peo- pie who have lived In Ills town and I county for yenrs and know him as ho really Is, It Is tho finest compliment that can be tendered him and a ? guarantee that ho is all that thoy say X ho is, and If Mr Douthltt can thus present a flawless record in publitr J? and private lifo he must be a gentle-- - X man deserving of any honor the State of Kentucky can Jiostow upon so devoted and loyal a citizen. ! and ought to have: he is f absolutely honest, conscientious and sincere, and socially delightful; a' good mixer, always affable and It kindly, the representative of the (i highest type of Kentuckian, and wo ail know Hint Vnn can not ask for S. anything Oner nor more generally lovable than that Tho public offices of the State need to be iflllod with Just such men ns Sid Douthltt. It is a splendid thing for the people nnd tho party when they know the man !' at the holm is all that their, hearts could desire, and it is a great compll- - j ment to Mr. Douthltt when his friends select htm so unanimously insistently ns candidate for Rail- - i' want ! .& WRITING For commercial use and correspondence. WRAPPING Practical for all kinds of busi Iilnvelopes. ness. ROOFING ,pt i Sheathing Iluilding Carpel Fells etc. Plastering j t If interested in PAPERS in any way, of any kind, in any quantity, for SERVICE OR CELERITY, ASK US. Louisville Thirteenth and Mnpel."' MANYPkONFS. Paperb, J&$0&0 S many years. ton diocese, among whom was Sister Dorothea, who before taking the veil itua dtin jiuniu oimui diuiui. Brigid, a sister of Mr. Connolly, has been a teacher In that dlocose for PASS1QX. PJiAY DRAMA. Tomorrow 4s i ig ; St Broadwa, a moving evening at S o'clock in ugustjne' Hall. 1308 West photo-dram- I 1 OLD S,,K. a the pulsion nnd death of Christ will be presented ns a religious motif. Him drama Is much like the Ober-.iniinerc- of i '4 the artistic impersonation of Christ IiIm disciples by the Alpine peasants, whose lives aro consecrated to this s.ured devotion with fervent prayer The acts alternate with t lblcnuv from the Old Testament Rev. Father odea. with choral Felt n pastor of St. Augustine's church through his scholarly Lenten liiHtim tions. manifests zealous ardor In Ins efforts to influence with deep devotion to their faith the hearts of in hiB cljarge, and ho Is thost lltlftlfilli ,tlMi ,rlt,,l tti tlinl. al,f,it.r. tove and esteem for hint and by their oud rt llniilnllintlnn li iui fmiiiMniir ItltllrVlUltO. imi L4V,f i' UlVJIl lit On Tuosdnj evening, March 1C, n panegrlo on St. Patrick will be given passion play, which shows GRAND DAD WHISKEY . I I V nVitiitLt 41 ii-- 11 In the church. LATEST IN STYLES. I Made by the Wathens, a family I of Kentucky Distiflers since 1788 V tu. ".. ( j I - Scorns of " ;ilt waists are hem- stitched The strau slinnei' has danced itself & into fashion. Spring openings show that colors A are toned down' 1 Skirts are full. coats are lonir. S and short. . threefiuaitors Dainty handkerchief linen blouses 'VOAK:)AxA&. are sure to bo a summer mode. The best dressed women are refr I 1 t i 1t H M I turning to tho rolling low collar M H Hats to match the gowns are alM. J. UHHM, K BANKON, UtWKCE 1. VEUEMMt, X .. most a necessity with the now styles. Viet frij. t Trtis. Prit. t Mtr. SurtUtr. aro interesting when Voile waists the new satin striped voIIob are used. The small waist may come back. Moro sand tones will bo worn than ever before. Scallopod hems are much In vogue. ; Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Wo are to hnvo very short skirts Baanan's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steaaa Conduits, (his spring. Wall Capiatf, Drain Tile, YitriScd-BrlckNow blouses have height at "tho back of tho neck always, but they roll Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire Brick down to the bust. Urate and Boiler Tile, Groan Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. The preference continues for black velvet neck bands fastened with some OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON sort of decorative nock ornament. V HOME PHONES CITY 573 - 1786 CUMB. MAIN5Q7. One of the pretty patterns shows a jacket. It is made sleeveless bolero WORKS MbkhoUb Ave., Hot. 9th and lOtli. Z I3rh end llreck. ot silk and worn over u lucti blouso Is especially pretty. I H I I ' t1 U Mfl"IMtH 1111 1 -- 1 4-- fr mHtMIMHHIIIH I IIP. BANN0N PIPE CO. . I ad 1 1 1 ItvMUHfUilll'UVft WOMAN IS YOUNC. of pleasant things. Who trains her tongue to utter only pleasant words. Who remember! that frownsan- unbecoming and that smiles are betr Who allows herself to think only C. o...t. F. MeForlan, IVewiflent J. K. Olaxtou, See. aad Treaa, 7.--I-5 -- if M n tih0i,i. t...,', r. ' W. H. LUESING CO. , INCORPORATED y. -- j.' in appearcome alnuchy ance, ti Who treats others hb she like to be earod fW. herself and never de-HiaitA to liglito'jom her friend? a Who keeps her nerves well under are control and remembers that-thenot an Interesting ube:i to any one, Who enters into the plana, and, as far aa possible, Into the doings ot the young people about her. Who, never' allows herself to be- ter. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in. HAY, GRAIN AND MILL FEED, Straw, Mixed Horse and Cow Feeds, Salt, Lime and Cement. All kinds of Poultry Feed. , V - 0 "IVCESING'S SPECIAL FLOUR" PHONI CITY 2240 CUMB. PIIONK SOUTH 4 y FOURTH AND CENTRAL AVE. LOUISVILLEKY. HOMR ii' o W - ( i Q i,r. & v. ,, ftn lc ". tri -- W. K ' i'.4 :)ifSi "(. J u -- $ EONGERT LTNDBR II EHIKIT AUSPICES ff ICJB'lTJOXlY IRIttH VERY REV. L R CRONIN ' i , MKXOPT. ' Famous Catholics. JAMES CARTIER. By Paul It, Martin. t ality is brborei by many of those roiu an ilrlithman In a montro ity and a Catholic Irishman a thins accursed. dames A. Fronde, the English historian. to 0O1ONKKS Louisville IX TRIM. GERMAN BA1 OIT . ST. PAUL'S CHURCH AT MASONIC THEATRE Manager Jack ball - V "V- - 1 If I a. ) t While James Cartlor is generally termed "the discoverer of Canada." ma explorations had a direct beating on the history of that territory now embraced In the United Slates, and that bearing was one which Is particularly Catholic In Its significance. In 'ordor ;o understand thlK more by Hon. J. J. Kavanagh. Chorus of fifty Lecture Sts.-. Fifth and fully It 1h necessary to glance ahead a low years, and to cousider tho voices under direction of Prof. Patrick O'Sullivan and marvelous work done by the Jesuit other musical numbers. Twenty .five per cent of net THE .$1.00 BOX DELUXE fathers among the Indians of New , of the Poor. proceeds Riven to Little Sisters York State In those days "social (our Saturday Special) is service" and '"boclal welfare." were Unknown words, but lho Intrepid the mo&t remarkable Flower missionaries Woro tho men who laid 22S5. value obtainable. the foundations for that woik whlcli DESIRABLE WRKCTORV. -M Is now so popular among all classes Other BOX1JS DK T,.Vli of people Caron's City Directory for HM., nt S.OO nnd ijCLOO. The Jesuit came tp America from out and Is a most durable book "Gouponw fith rvcry pur- France, first entering that territory nhow our nopuUtinri Is thn' cliOKe. which belonged to Franc b right of 2t3,25(i, no of .1,402 within Home l'lnce'Yoiir Orders Friday for tho discoveries of James Carrier. the pust yenr. The facts set foi thDelivery Saturday Grndua)! tlu-- extended their labors in this year's book make U. one tht they were finally laboring xhould be hi the hand of evecyipro-fessljna- ) until among the Indians In ton lory and business manirThe claimed ,by the Dutch, but these care with which the Caron director? v Slnc U73 alous men drew no lines at natlou-alit- v always ha been collected, and the THE FLOWERS SHOP or colonization so long as there absence of lnaciurnov which has dis1 BSOS FOURTH AVENUE were souls to be saved Their Work tinguished the LouinMlle volume has had marked effect in the developfrom all othors not limit up on the Otve your boys an tdncntJon thM wlU ment of nicrlca, and credit must be Caron nlnn. are fulh evident In thf prepare them for Ufa. given to Cartjer and his companions forty-fift- h volume Tor having blazed the trail for the 3T, XAVIER'S COLLBQG entrance of Christianity into this YXXIVBKSAItV APPKAUAXt'K. lis Vf. Broadway, KonlsvllU, Xj. Vicar General and County Chaplain of the Ancient Order of Hiber- part of tho Now World. 'A COURIER JOURNAL BUILDING ROOM Conducted by the Xavermn Urotlier. A native of Ilrittany, born at Hjalmar Lundln. the heavyweight Classical, nians, who will take part in the laying of the cornerstone of his RuoItim Srlentlflc and o In 1491, Cartior early wrestler, who Droved worthy Courses, Preparatory Deparlment, Lnree ,. new parochial school. turned Ids ambitions toward the sen. foe of Zbyeco Inst spring, will meet Swlmmlnfr Pool, Welt Equipped (imiiA-lu- - and when scarcely more than a child Anierleus hero noxt Tuesduy, March Dro Jama. Dlr. Terms Modorat I HW Catholics. Tho thirty banner States was jJolne a man work aboard tho 10, and strango to sny, this eve or primitive vessols which skirted the St. Patrick's day is tho same date of are as follows: Now Vork .2 885 S24 f roncn const. L.tKe so mnn others his appearance hero last year. In one of th Pennsylvania .1.T56.7C3 who sought honor In tho New World, Amerlcus he will UlllnolH .1,473,370 he was undoubtedly Influenced by claimants for ZbyscoV. title, now that In the latter Is embroiled the .1,392,000 the discoveries of Columbus,, and IJo j on .sjieiid ctiroh'HsI) tliluh.Iiijr only of tlio.nu.vt pay eii- f Massachusetts v' to follow in tho footsteps of Kuropoan war. Wrestling experts 793.179 Ohio vclopc to come? Xmv .Number Over Sixteen Mill- Louisiana The are at, sea In picking the wiiiiier of . i 580,200 that Illustrious navigator NORTON BUILDING ii Dank An account with this Safe, Conservative, New Jersoy . . . 5b5,00O records of his early work are incom- this match and it should prove inion in The.se United ex- plete, but it is generally thought that teresting Seats nro now on sale at N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson will Htop the leak, ft will malic one mindful of tlio Uittlu , Michigan 581,000 States. ones. Wisconsin T pcndlturcH and more careful of the 570,470 ho followed somo of his countrymen Sutcllffe's. ,. 490 000 !011 Iholr expeditions of discovery to Missouri . . With money In hank on "Pay Day" the desire to see it XOTKI) COLOItKI) IMMKST. t r It f1lfcflr 1 . f awk lcvltt u vtiuiiK Mtvut wam ams.j j California 409 480 "owiounuianu or uracil. r M kil1 iw It un J, L1IM1 lltAi;, Ill fct iiuv on lOfilooo' France had made several attempts Minnesota ....,,., Ave give you hiuch.v ami it nv cent ,tmic;niiu saving Kentnekj in Nineteenth IMiuo Connecticut . . , F.ithcr Doruej Is tonsideicil th" 441.193 to establish colonies in the Western accounts. Funeral Directors Texas 318.570 Hemisphere, having sent as agents most eloquent and noted colored With n Poluilation of 279!lOO !,neh men as Thomas Aubeft, Jean preacher of the age. 'He uas born Iowa t7O.(!0i). vears 275,000 r,ons. the Bnron de Lory, the Par- - in 'TlHltimore aliout thlr Rhode Island . . . Embaimers. Maryland 261.000 nienuerK hihi verrnzauo, a ! lorenune ago, of good and pious parirs. and navigator The attempts of these from his childhood up showed n CCIO 115 HJMt AV1KXJT3 Indinna 245.141 Undir the Big Clock Second and Market. Kentucky Talaohna lOiV ITO.CO.l men had been more or less unsuccess- marked vocation for the priesthood. Interest in; PaetH mid Figures Now Mexico State-G- o 140,573 ful, and Cartler, after giving much He entered the Congregation of. the Super vision. eminent Kansas Froih tliw Ofrieial Cittholk132.701 study to the question, offered his losephlto Fathers, an order of Ordrt br Mali Will Rtcttst Pttmp Aifnl.n fttAifnJiiTiiTiiTiJliifiiti Ad., "rnTTTTTl'TTTrTTT prieKts who devote thir liven to the 131,G.IS services to Phllllpo de Chabot. Maine DISINFECTANT FREE. i&frv Direetory. New Hampshire ." 130, osi miral of France, at the time when salvation of the colored race. Father j Nebraska 123.403 Frnncls I was about to renew the old Dorsey Is one of tlio three colored LOUISVILLE ODORLESS earlier was not alone In voung men who have been admitted OS, 331 attempt uoiornoo .., I He completed 103,371 his ambition, and wnf greatly dis- to the order his VAULT CLEANING CO. North Dakota, STRIDES MADE BY THE CHURCH Washington 93,760 concerted when he learned that many studies under the Sulnlrian faihera Unit more, ....., Veranont S2.87S men desirous of undertaking tho of St Mary's Seminnry. BHN HOLLOWAY, PROP ..,.. m ordained b Cardinal Cib Montana 70,oon woik had mnde application before rihI Cartler had alrcadv disVnult Clenkiing. Orego.) ... 06,4 50 htm Hut himself and had won some bons about ten years ago Dry Well Diciiinii. Dining tho oar New Jersey has tinguished There are 10,309,310 Catholics in 1 recognition from the Sewer Gouucctlonn Made. This HOLV NAMK CHCItCll. the United Stntos according to tho advanced from ninth to seventh fact led to his selection,Crownon April and Satisfaction guaranteed orno t,farge, plnco, passing Jdjchlgan and Wiscon advance sheets of the Official Cath-oll- e sin and rcacunrc AylthUi l.ann nf 20, 1634, he set still from his native Itev Father Kynn. heed of the OFFICII (KM E. MAlISf Direetory publlsjipd and copy- Louisiana, port with crew AURnsriniJrn nana ari unm mtv im Tiiissmnary fr jrfi Curob. Mln . . . .. righted by P. J. Koady & Soiib, of piaco .oy n which,i' now holds sixth- nr My stocks are the largest, my prices of iVillauova. and another member '""" imrrpw jnargin. can- "' New York. Tho 1915 edition will llenidence 2.S5 Clny Street Laying his course toward Now thn grfa ordbr. will come from fomln also Is fOTglhg abend. During appenr nearly two months earlier the lowest, and my terms the best. u Foundland, he reached Cape year 1914 .CaiTfaran passed Pennsylvania and open a two weeks' Home Phone 4920. than did tlio 1914 volume, and tho the after a voyngo lasting twenty mission on Passion Sunda'y nt Holy and Connecticut,' and accordpublishers stato that the present ing to tho presont days, nud from there coutijiuod his Name KIimiNCi Till; NKKUIItOK O streets. Third year's directory Is in 4ho linnds ot fornia Is oloventh Intntiattes Cali- explorations toward tho north., lie This will be tho first and mission the the list of the binder and will bo ready for Terence U'llrady had only been entered the Strait of Bello Isle and AuguBtininns hove held In Louisville, ' mailing in a fow days According to banner States, explored the coast df Labrador as and Father John O'Connor, the pas married week, but his brldt tho Official Catholic Directory the Tar as Drost, and then turning south tor, looks for It to be fruitful of already, mnklng things lively in the HXTT3X1) VJIPAT1IY. Increase in the number of .Catholics fellow e,d tho woBtern const of New gratlflng results. little house In Uallybuulon. I If bad during the year 1914 amounts to been working for three hours In hi 425, 427 and 429 East Market Street Very llov. 'Fatlicr T. L. Crowley. Found Innd n far as Cape St John. Forty-fou- r 241,325. diocese report O. P., prior of S& Louis Hertrand's He then snllod toward Magdalen little gnrden when Bridget came to UHLLHVUi:. 4 increases in the Catholic population, r1llitli 1f TnntiinTr Afntittxr Islands, which as well as Prince Ed- the back door nnd called out 4n forty archdioceses and diocesos made WaBhhiirton to ntlfand the funeral of ward Island he sighted, nnd advanc Tho handsome new school building strident tones that could bo heard no change in ho population figure, the mother of av Father X. 0. ,nK toward tho west, he visited the for 'the Sncred Heart parish ot down the street laxcKxa&OKMX) and llfleen dloceso show decreases, Cleary. ' which took place there (entrance of the Mlramehi river. Bollevuo is now practically com"Toronco, mo boy. come lute although three of tho fifteen show- Thursday. Father "Cleary Is a mom- - Chalours Day and Gnspe Onsin. Then pleted. It will be dedicated "by iho toast nnd foive eggs." ing decreases have given up territory bor of the missldnary band which crossing tho estuary of tho St. Terence dropped his spade in asnight Itov. Bishop Maes on tho for the establishment of tho two from the " Dominican convent rpneo to the northern coast, h- turned morning of Sunday, April 11 The tonishment and ran Into the kitchen new dioceses of EI Paso and In this city, and his mnny local his courso back to France, "Shnre, Urldget, alunnh, yo're ony members of the congregation aro Spokane. consumed friends and acquaintances extend Tls f,.r8t voyage raturn to nis 137- preparing for a celebration of tho coddin' me," ho said. wKiiESji&IH a Statisticians quoting naCatholic their sympathy to him In hit hour days, and upon his "Nay, Terence," replied Bridget An excellent coffee value, equal to many nt ovont, which will make it memorable statistics usually deduct 15 per cent, of bereavement. higher prices. tlvo lnnd Cartler made n report of In the history of the parish "it's not ye, It's the neighbors I'm for children and Infants, claiming his expedition which was so satiscoddin'!" FORTY SURETY COUPONS FREE with one that only communicants should, bo factory thnt tho noxt year the King pound of Mulloy's Making Powder at 4Cc. ST. MIOHAKIS. Sl'IUXa LINK. Tho impression Is created counted. offered him another commission nnd INDIAN NAMES FINK TKAS, COCOA AND FBIH'BH. therefore that Catholic statistics are a bettor fioot and Ite. Father Martin O'Connor nnd supplied him mwith earner mauo tour . Loo W. Goss, the 'merchant tailor, exaggerated. The odltor of the an Most of States liaveildJn'-10re ,nondirectory, Joseph H. Sleler, who has the people of St, MJohnel's parish voyages, during .one of which ho was and successor to A. Schuler, at with Indlnn oiir significance. Foi- - in will celebrate St, Patrick's day, Shelby and Joffereon, is now exhibitcomplied tho past ten issues of the snechil rollcions compelled to winter ut the mouth ot ing his spring ljno of clothing and stance Kia. Directory, clnlans Match 17. with SIB W. MARKET .TRICXX'T Official Catholic being tho Itlver Lairet. Owing to luck ot Yneu's and boys' furnlshlngf. The "Dark and Bloody t! round,' Ken eorvjeck in tlieh'church at thnt Instoad of OCKB&OC&aiO&GK over estimated tucky. tlirt fvrnlnir, Tlio iilnlirnHiin will proper food, scurvey broke out store Is under the personal superthe catholic statistics are under nnon with tint of vision of Mr. Ooss and he will up miirpli nf llin among Ills men nnd twenti-flv- o Wild Marjoram," Oregon. estimated nnd thnt tho figure chlldion wearing green "Father of Water," Mississippi scarfs and ',10'u rt,e,(' Cnrtior also visited the predate a call from his friends and HWUWHMHHUMtMtWMmtVMHHVHWMHVMmVMVMW iu, juy.;jiu is vory conservative. AcIndian villncos which marked thb "Green mountain," Vermont cording to Moier at least 10 per eulogy ei St. Patrick by one or tho Hites of the present cltlaa of Quobec acquaintances. "Water Valley," Nebraska eloquent Dominican fathers from St. cent ought to bo added for "Hoot"Smoky Wator," Kansas. uftorward jntita flnH r".n1'3 frtl Inut and Montreal, and which Tlititi GiyniSKMANI. ing" Catholic population of which '('IaiiiIv Wnla " M,,iwo,-.t.- , solemn benediction, the .music being UL'ca"' tIl& bns ot tho nilbSlonnry no record can be kept. Tho popula"Gathering of 'Waters," Wisconsin. augmented choir. endeavors. Father M. James Sehiuoltzer. O. tion statistics nro always the most rendered by an ono IrtfiQ "Hrviu-aInurn will be Tdesseu and every O. 'It., passed peacefully away 011 Important feature, showing as thoy SKCPRKS SISTKRS. "Blooming," Florldn. with tho hply relic of St. 'Patrick, Friday of last week at the Monastery do the strides made by tho Catholic ''Great Lake," 'Michigan, extends a and of Gothsemanl, church in this country. Looking and as Fathor 'I'lw, IwnafAMnra nn ,1 frfamtti nf of Our Lady "Muddy Water," .Missouri cordial wolcotno , to th6 public a are 'asked for the repose or back ten years it is found" by com- l?rge "Here Wo Rest." Alabama Father Joseph Bernard. S. J., will bo 'prayers .. gathering Is expected, was . .,w.... paring tho directory of 1905 with m..v. lorl ,u v... ........ .v. .,.......n ... "Beautiful Rjver," Ohio. ....v. frt hnn ,hnf ttu nrmmniirft in i lin w bovonty-on- n vears In Brooklyn tho iBsue for 1915 that there has 2 INCORPOIU.TBD Uie Far North, which necessity com- - ur "River of ,Men," IlllnolB. .MISSION 11V .IKSUITS. twenty-on- e been an increase of 3,84 0.517 in the pellod him to start, is to secure tho'nfc0. mid for the past tlie number of Catholics. Going back TOLD TJTB WIFE. Ladles Missionaries from Washington W had been a devout priest of His Tomorrow morning two noted to enre ot "eformod Cistercians.; twentj years it is seen that thero $ PHONE-SOU- TH 2Sw. CITY I860. for the children. It is a great remains, were lntorrnd In the Trp- has been an incroaso of 7,231,415 Jesuit priests, tho Itev. Josoph P. sacrifice for thnt now community to "I can't keep the vlBltor from Conroy nnd the Hev. Edward P, Anplst cemetery at Gothsemanl. during tho past two decades. UHHmWVmMWMWMtmVVMHlVVMVMtHMMHWUUt coming up,"' said the office boy deof two members derson, will begin, a two woeks' mis- deprive itselfselected good the Alaskan Tho Official Catholic Directory for jectedly io tho editor. "When I sa tho number TIM13 OF T.E.V1V bristles with inierestinc facta and sion at St. James church, of which mission but the community is susyou're out they don't bcirevif me. Rev Erie E. Wllletf is pastor. figures, and looking over tho advance tho Thoy say they must see you." tained by a spirit of sacrifico. It beWhen the holy season of Lent I oneets of 1915 issue it Is found that Tho llrst weok will bo for the wo- lieves that the more it gives tho mora 'nVell," editur, 3 mere are 18,994 Catholic clergymen men and the second for men. "with; it receives, and the suporior nnd comics round each year God stirs up cam If you snld the them, out "I1 donl nthM, 'cheek' in tho United States. Of tiles." speclni mission for, children the first founder of the Ladles' Missionaries n new life In you nnd makes you say have quietness. , The says tnnt lie consiaers it a great to yourself, 110 matter how cureleBs 14,008 aro secular clergymen and three duy pf tho last week. That afternoon there called are priests ypu religious orders. order of exorcises' for tho mission: "It is lady. e tlk j 4,980 inrreaso in ottho "number of will be mass and short sermon nt hoiipr for tho convent to answer tho or wickedmo to havo boon: myself. high office n and theShe wanted 1oher thirr j no God editor, nttond to such a field of tlmo for boy nsaurod C:30 every morning, ninss at Gt15, call for workers Jn prieBts during the past year is shown labor, for It Is certainly for the honor calls me, and his voice must be It was impossible. to bo 420, Looking over the list of masu nnd sermon, and blessing of and glory of God.. The work of ttov. obeyed, il must make mypeaco with "But I must, seo Tiim!" she prolOO'Jfc Cross) chnrchGB ono finds that there liavo articles nt 8:30. stations of tlio Josoph Beraard has long been holpod my Creator!" Such is the thought 'Tan his wife!" . been 810 Catholic churches estab- nt 3 in the afternoon, Instruction ond encouraged through the hono of the Catholic heart at the begin- tested. "That's what they all any." V and othors at 710 raerors and friends of the Catholic ning of Lent. And now let lis see piled the boy. lished during the past year. At the for Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of present tlmo there aro 14,901 Cath lif the ovening. followed at 7:45 by Church Extension Society, who seem .how this blessed tlmo can "be spent And now a new hoy U ,tii''i many other useful articles carried I trading stamps, In the best manner possible. Make olic eutflces In this country. There rosury, sermon and benodiction, ever ready to befriend tlio mission Papa! blessing, to wh!6h is at- an-- working in those eternal Holds ot UP your mind to nttond all the serv ihorc. are 9.883 churches without resident The in our premium rooms. priebts, or in other words, mission tached a plenary indulgence will he snow and leo. ThU Sisters nro to start ices which aro hold in the church cow's oriiien calf. churches attended by u neighboring granted nt the close of the mission. for the far Northern mission as fioon during this time. Assist at mass pastor, with all possible dovotlon, and whenns the season will allow. "Even anjronis show COVINGTON. Tho Official Catholic Directory n ever tho Word of God Is preached tngs, v ar remarked WMttWWWiWiWMiWWWWVtWWVWWWWWWVVWHVW further shows that there aro eighty-flv- o Tho eolohratlen of the golden be thero to hear it. If 'hero Ja to comedian to an Irih member yULGAR CRIME" UNKNOWN, riioBe No. 896 o K.tkbHuhed ISSn i "Way of tho Cross" or n swmu cempany. "uniy he the Tlir ecclesiastical getnlnarje located jubilee of St. Aloysiu parish In c i' V in tna united state with 6,770 was inauurated last Sunday, trntnnrl win nun nf thrt poorest sermon on the Passion iqf Out: Lord, animal showed mo gratitudy yountr inea studying ior itne priest- when the mission of preparation for .niinti-infn Kurnnn. vi. Miora was do not mind, the cold weather, 'but st)ftlllnjt alonir a siream'i hood. There sre it$ event 7m opened by the leaf theft, less cheating, less lipuse - get your flipper ahd be Off tO,i)Unry when ; came r for the boy and- 680 acadeude U.,- for girl. eloquent Jesuit preacliers, Revs. hraaVInr. lect rohberv or all Kinds vhuiku. um wjii liiuio ihuiiu uhvm , in firfrptf. Furthermore, there .are 284. Cafholic Charles Jnen, 8. J,; ineoeore than n anr country or 1110 same size "u vuiuchw-THE GROCER AND MEAT MAN drownings I pIuiikmi i ' ... . ".j " orphan aayium with orphan riegemann.a, j na vicwr winter, jjn the civilued world, Jp ho last Rnd reecned ih&'cnlf an MostSfcnilary ad Place la the City, Come asd Be Convinced, therein. Another intretinr feature b. jt 'in jniioii war arrangeu to .hundred years impurity had been al DOMAIN OF CANADA. cow licked mv of the direetory i that part relating prepare the metmber of (the congre- - most unknown In Ireland This ' "That w.iHiff rj to the parochial school. The 1016 tlon for the Jubilee, and will, it is absence of vulgar crime and this Tho area of the Dominion of Canada marked the MM: vo)ume haw that there are 5,4 98 expected, draw record crowd. It exceptional delicacy and modesty otiis U,658,946 square miles. The area. cow iriought Eibo ii(VgtiiblM and Fruit, KmiU, Steaki and Chop of Veal, Lamb, Beef parishes with parochial sebnofs and will last tliree weekti. the flrt week character and Pork. Ua aad OrotMd Poultry a Spclaly. Frth Ovttrihippid assuredly something of ContlHntu united Slate. I 3,. in these parochtal, schools there are for the married Jadies. the second tor that can not be overlooked by the 025,000 square mile. Canada 1 aP Direct. W 811 at Lowatt PrtoM But Qiv Ilest Quality, march TH:nt 1,456,206 children enrolled, the 'young ladies, and he third for pbseryeiv And it I something ahwlbi a the United Kates with a ter-tThe direetory editor has prepared the men. TbAwork of remodeling be, as the Irishman, the rifory to spare that is a Urge as Four Vmerles OOOl) SKRV1CB QOTOX DlKUTrY for the Caithaollo pre a lift of those the church is 'AWriAg rapidly and avowed enemy n ABTD of infanticide and three German empires and the State oorn In liarcn having Urge nmber ot will not inter S'ate flth the mission i foeticide, Thl species of iniraor- - of NivW York. , Jaokson. tyT &' St. Patrick's Night, Wed., March IT. ODIOl:KXrS H444tM MH44 - Cents. rounding into shape at lakeland. Fin,, and- from present Indications we will have a stronger team than that of hist season, having added greatly- - tri the hitting stretiKth. and also therowi)i bo a big Improvement In die Colonels' weakness of tiro pant seevral years, viz.', slowness on the base?. With the addition or Daniels, jPlatte and Derrick, Owner WaUiou is showing the same liberal policy as in previous years, and it Is pretty near the general opinion that If somo of the major leagues pat terneu niter his style we would bo minus a 'Federal League Outfit today and there would be less baseball played In the courts. Hayden and the club are rapidly Market I 1 phone city 2798 incM-ns- e y I I Dr. T. J. Welsh D&jstncx&rv 206 I JACOB SCHULZ' AT'"1 . Salnt-Maf- m. i What Does Pay Day Mean to You? '(lO-Yei- CATHOLICS .... . . FRED ERHART ARCHITECT . . lare 4 4 . . H.B0SSES0N and '. I GERMAN Or INSURANCE BANK ituT- - ....i.' - ...., -- ". 1 I For Your Furniture Wants ..... . WANT YOUR TRADE. ...... ;,.i. . .!. "' , .,-- ta Uona-vist- JAMES GREENE - Mulloy's "Special" Coffee 3 LBS. 70c ij Law-radiat- es - I -- Vi- Ph. tt. JOHN M. MULLOY, - - H . 111 -- -- F I . i a. or j Tip Top Bread Pure. t Guaranteed , tt t cs iln-i- r J. W, Up-to-D- te REISS B& Cbv-ingt- - fret 5jt I '. T FANOYGROOERIEfS h'd - 1 tjMvjaiwi o 1 'JUfc' O. szTSXzrcxj&jarsr xmtmix ajmee&rxoajn:. COMlIfO BVBNTS. 17-Si, COL. FRANK McGRATH, Hibernians. Noys Notes. I What They Have Been Doing March 17- - 'Irish concert and en- Record of the Most Important of the Past Week General tertainment for benefit of St. Paul's ttie .Recent Events Culled Masonic church Thoafor. "The District Attorney,'"" under auspices of the Columbia Athletic Club, at Macauley's Theator. 3 will meet next Monday Division April 5 and 0 Minstrels fof beneevening. The can pot another fit of Holy Cross school building rlnnce to parade on St Patrick's fund. April show ana day. ...,. "concert lor at. Ancustine s cnurcn it'.,inn.jn i.at- -- ., banfjuets will nearly all bo held on ,n s"001 halty r. Tuesday night. Marcli of "Tho Columba's In many places divisions wiuole- - Manner to theross p. m.'.' bratc St.. .Patrick's day by holding Hall, 7:45 . open meetings. j Apnl i3vjuchra and lotto by Over 1,000 persons attended the Young Ladles' Sodality at Trinity fourteenth annual ball of Division Hall. Q in (Baltimore. Apr 7Kuchro alld ,otto at Sioux City Hibernians will cele- - Cathedral Hall, under auspices of brats on Tuesday with a banquet cathedral Altar Society, at the West .Hotel. i2-!- "0 i?tt0 l,y Thro brothers. William. GeorKc L?.1".1.1 VUUIICU .III ,a,.'.d UUWpiPOn UU.i, tin.l .Trtlm TTrtPbttllllnr. wnrn nyimtl and evening. .is members of Division 4. Ever member in the city should K. A. DOllSKY. attend the solemn high mass, flag rnising anil parade on St. Patrick's dny. Attorney ilY, S. Dorsey has anThe three divisions and two ladles' nounced his candidacj for tlio Legis- h district, auxiliaries of Dayton. Ohio. will lature from the unite In the celebration of St Pat- - which is composed of Jefferson rirk's day The Hibernians and Auxiliary ot Columbus, Ohio, will pelebrnte St. Patrick's day In the Chamber 01 Conwnerce Auditorium A handsome new ajlk flag Is to be presented the division having the largest number of members in the St. Patrick's da parade at IndianApril 4 -old-tlme- ra in tiertrahd Hall. Patrick's day celebration, tinder" auspicea of A 0 II., March IRELAND. From Exchanges. LIEUT. GOV. E. ). McDEROTT ilv f at !'. f. at-S- t. '..,;,,'? "-- i H. 11. Hamilton, J. P., has boon unanimously elected Chairman of Xew Hobs Technical Committer, Henry Toppin,, resident Magistrate, has ijeen transferred from Loltrjm to Balllna, County 'Mayo. John O'Connor lias been to tho Strokestorfn iltural Council in room of Thomas YVRourkc, J. 1 P. Collins has been elected Chair man of the Kells Urban 'Council by seven votes to six (for P. Cartland. Tho death Is announced at dim Convent of 'Mercy, Castleblaynoy, of Sister Mary Mlchapl Young, a native ' of Cavan. Arthur P. Falkner, Prisons office, Dublin Castle, has succeeded Michael O'lSulHvan as Governor of Limorick Count' Jail. The- death occurred At Donash- noyne of .Bernard McKean, fathor or the Rev. P. McKean, Aghabog, aged ed - witiiiiiliirfn Mfc yi eighty-thro- e. Forty-fourt- P. S, Hogarty, J'ostmnstor of Queenstown, has Iioon ipromotod to the PostmastorBhip of Welshpool, Montgomeryshire: shop Portora School, Ennlskiilon, has accepted an appointment In Kngland and will leave at Easter White standing at tho door of his Monaghan, Joseph fish and fruit merchant, fefl to the ground and expired. The Gal way Guardians adjourned In a, a C McDonnell, Headmaster of Chairman of the City and County Democratic Committee who is enjoying the balmy breeze at St. Peters-burg- , Fla., and planning for another record majority for the Democratic ticket this fall. apolis. Mrs. Mary P. McWhorter. National Chairman of the Auxiliary History Committee, will spend St. Patrick's t day In Pittsburgh and speak at V$!Wraj3KHTSSS 3 n " w and Confirmation SHOES soys, Hisses aWXHflrTren MitNCN nnd Children Shoot, Oxford, I'riniiN anil Slippcrx. Boys i and up to $4.00 &1.50 nnd up to $4.G( $1.25 We have a complete stock of these in White Canvas, White Buck and Patent Leathers. Chief of Police O'Nell will lead the Hibernian pageant in Dener, whon tho Catholic societies of that city will show honor for the Apostle of Ireland. Tho members of Division 4 after the moellng on "Monday evening called et the home of their dead brother, Richard Naughtpn, and recited the rosary Prof. Michael Ilohan, National Chairman of Hie History Committee, will speak next Week Under Hiber- (oiinn oiitsido of the citj of Louisnian auspices at Daenport, Kansas ville, and is making an actHe camCity and Topeka. paign Mr. Dorsoy is n native of In celebrating St Patrick's day Maryland, coming to this State when the Hlbernluus of South Omaha ill seventeen jears of ago, finishing his march from their hall to St Agnes education here and afterward taking church, headed by the Hibernian P the study of law, graduating ftoni the Jofforson School of Law fife and drum corps, General Hogan will Ho was a merrtbor of the Lawyers' spend next week in the East. He Democratic Club, whch flgurej so will ha tho orator at the Kihm ninn ' prominently in Hio campaign of and h8 laK0,i Mx active festivities in Springfield and 0Bt ln tll affair of tho party at Mas., and t Scranton. ,et,01"1- Watortown Hibernians will honor Mr',PT ' ?l0Ml St .Patrick with a great banquet' On Je"" T"1 March 1G. John V. McCarthy, of M neighbors and Syracuse. State Present of ff "l,M. fllul manv fellow citizens ar& now active in his York, will be the honor gdest. behalf. He a practicing attorney Mrs. Hllen Olyan Jolly, National in Louisville,Isbeing a member of President of the Ladles' Auxiliary, firm of Dorsey, &'MoNnUy, with tho ofwill spoak at the celebration l" fices lu t ho Kentuoky Tltlo- building. SjTV.usfronaiarcH-17- . The bafiQUOt . .. Si will be held In the Yates llotol. HUSH MUSIC NNJHT Twentyflve onndidatos will be roftelvod into the order at Junction A grand St, Patrick's celebration City, Ohio, on 'March 21. , State will President O'Connor will be present next bo held In tlio Masonic Theater Wednesday night iu aid of St. and will spoak at iho banquet. Paul's church, of which Key. Thomas One week from tomorrow the is pastor. A splendid pro-momoera of tlio order will mako Yoik their annual communion nt St. Pat rick's church. Upon, this occasion they should mako their best showWor-i190- 9' inter-coste- r, -- recently without transacting business In sympathy with It. F. Mullory on the death of Ills son in London. An improvement has takon placo in thf condition of tho Venerable Archdeacon Doyle, St. Canice's. who has been seriously ill. Tho TIpperary Urban Council hna appointed W. J. Hoffernan, Town Surveyor, to ho assistant clerk of works In connection with tho waterworks Ven. Archdeacon FiaMn and Very Rev. Canon Leslie havo lieon elected Chal man and Vice Chairman of the Clonmel Technical Committee. Kil-kenn- v, Candidate for Democratic Nomination For Governor and whose election is being advocated by business men, professional men and men of all classes, believing that he will make an ideal Chief Executive and his administra iion will mean a greater and more prosperous Kentucky. MmHimmmm rOUBTtt dfci hi mmrir,. liliHuiuMai a HERMAK STRAUS AVENUS iHCoaAowro rfV S0HS MARKET STREET t "" ",'.al,n - jirfi. i, ing. The A. P. A."s are trying to counteract tho unlvoraal wearing of gr,een on St. Patrick's day by appealing to their mem'bers to wear their emblem of the littlo red school house. Ruckner. Secretary Recently at an early hour a fire broke out in the reiidence of Mrs. O'Hnllornn, Li&towel, and before it was extinguished a considerable amount of damage was done. Waterford Corporation has decided to apply to the Local Government iBoard for their sanction' to n loan of $150,000 for the purpose or an electric lighting scheme. At Kllrush Henry B. C.lvnn, D. L.. was recently sworn ln a Magistrate for the County of Clare before P S. Orally. H. m. W. .MeKnight Hardv, ill. M., haa been transferred from Claire to Dorry. lucnarrt Tfennessv. ncwi Oiiv. five, died rccontly at Feddins. near v,nn as a result of J juries sustained by a car passing over his body while he was oring to calm a restive horso. endeav- :: Lady Mtyo has resigned Trom the Xaas Board of Guardians and the Kildaro Insurance Committee. The Naas Guardians have accopted her resignation, and have appointed Miss Wolfe to fill the vacancl&s so Council 1ms elected James Casey as President: V. Murphy. Vice President; M llyan. Treasurer, and J Tin Limerick Trade and Labor ttk W Oi d ifc 0k O Hi I The Sale You Have Waited For THTU j i fJi in-- mF wlllliTll M TWIN C1TV XiV.AC.VK. 417-41- 0 Fourtli cuuo t&COfJ?20UM OUR SPRING SUIT Awi( 4 You nt Onr Store n( u Decided Saving in Cn $25 SUITS PRICED $17.50 hlgh-grad- It you want suit that Is handsome in htjle, liutko and quality, bj a iiil Bnetn.s tak udnntngo of tlik special offer of suits. At no otlier tore will you find bucli beautiful garments offered nt fids low price; 1b fact, maJii are evact duplicates of !..00 siiJtM in the high rent ,Mtrict. Illack and all fiopular colors, and In tIes to meet all If yoir counted on paying $25.00 for j cur suit, twirls jour opportiinity Vf getting It 'or $17.fS0 .- -. The HnudnOHtcnt Int (ernH and UchI VnlneH Kver Offered DAINTY LACE CURTAINS $1.50 CURTAINS 98c We tfhow 20 different patterns in Curtains that wo offer at 98c One prettier than the other; none worth less than J1.50 per pair. Wo price them for only 08c $2.50 CURTAINS $1.98 You will find the Curtains we offer for $1.98 unusually attractive In pkttern aad quality; $2.50 is their real worth. Wo prlcoSthOm for ,' '.l&Jjtl.os only , . .,. - , c , fTjP t $3.50 CURTAINS $2.48 . V Onfcl-S&- hereof ejk,Kred and a quality Worth and Nottingham Curtains rf in patterns richer than any ?3.&0: specially priced for $a.-i- (1 A T H tf O Market St., Between 4th and 5th. F'Q Co. entaL Coal and Iron J! IMOOBFOIU.TW5 207 PAUL JONES BUILNING L (V JJ L-- Mk(k Smokeless, PZ Anthracite t I the league are Champions, Olympics, xuMm, uLTiranu, lrinuy, Mnckln, imperials and Knights of Columbus The pennant winner In this league will piny off for the city charaplon-tshl- p and the winner of the city W1LL UK IX ItACR. series will participate in tho untlonai association elimination, the winner Who will bo tho candidates for the 01 wnicn win bo given a free trip to Circuit Court Judgeships Is & questhe Panama Exposition. J. J KAVANAGH The tion frequently heard, ono ln which Champions of tills league wore one much Interest centers because of tho gramme of Irish singing nnd music of tho runers-u- p last season nnd Importance. Judge Charles T. Itay, is promised, and ln addition thero only lost the nntlonal championship when asked when ho was going to will be an able address on Ireland's by a sinnU margin. announce his candidacy to succeed mupic by Attorney J, J Kavanagh, himself on tho bench of tho Jeffer- last year's orator at Mobile, who McCOlMIACK. W Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates son Circuit Court, Common Pleas will bo introduced by tho Rev. branch, Fourth division, said Father J. J. Fitzgerald, tho eloquent Theatrical and operatic managers ' "Tho business of my court Is pastor of St, Leo's church. High- cndc.i7or to keep heavy now and my time Is land Park. Tho following pro- their star woman secret tho fact that players or singers fully occupied In attending to my gramme will bo renderod: are married, when such is the case, DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN official duties. It has beon freDeclamation Mlsn Edna Sheehan. alleging a certain interest is lost if quently stated iu tho press that I Spring Styles Now On Display Chorus "Krin, tho Tear," "The It bo known, especially the would be a candidate and the public Harp That Once Through Tara's parts are after tho Juliet when and Carmeu generally Is fully awaro of tliat fact. Halls" (Moore). style. But as John McCormack, who I feel that tho public Is more Interff'iauo Concerto; ,E Flat (Liszt), will soon visit Louisville, is a malo ested, at this time, In having tho mjss Agnes Mcuill. operatic star, It will not' interfere business of my court properly atTenor solo "Macushla" (McMur-rough- wiiu mo dox receipts, nor the onjoy-tnotended to thon it Is in tho political "Irish Lullaby" (Olcott), of "I Hear You Calling Mo" to claims of any candidates. At tho Thornton J, Tlynn. learn that ho frequently sings this proper "time I Bhall make my anQuartette "Hall, Glorious Apos- favorite sOng for the pleasure 425 W. Jcffersun Street his UPSTAIRS STORE. nouncement." tle!" Misses Alcene Zlx, Anna Boll, wife and two children, rjyrll of and Judge'Itay was for nearly twenty Mary Sheehan and" Estelle Fossee. Peggy. The wife of the popular lyric years tho law partner of Lieut. Gov. Barytone Kerry tonor 1b also Irish and the possessor "The solo, Edward J. McDermott and wns ap- Dance" ' (Molloy.). ,fKillarnoy" of a sweet voice. She was formorly pointed last September by Gov. Mc (Balfo), Douglas iWobb. Lily Foley of Dublin. It was "Our Creary to eucceed tho late Judge Violin solos "Tho Last Roso of Mary" Andorson, Mrs. Navarro, who William M. smith on tho bench. It Su minor," "Rory O'uMoore," Mrs. first gave John McCormack'a voice la the general eentlment of all those David Shea Maloney. tho Imprint of approval. Mm. Nawho havo had business In Judge Male chorus 'Tho Minstrel Boy" varro heard bim sing at a London nay's court that ho haa made good (Moore), musicale, and, recognizing tho sweot- on tho bench and his work Is being Address J. J. Kavanagh. noss ana possibility which lay in his highly praised. o tones; said, "This Chorus "Silent. O Moylc." Is !a voice the Mo, If All Those Endearing world will delight to hear." Hor MACKIN AVRESTJJKRS. loung unarms," (MooreL graclousness and generosity gave the Pjano Concerto, First Movement insu ningor a place in a big concert, Hogan, the cracic center-field- (uneg), acisa Do8 Redding. Merlin tho stepping-ston- e to his present of tho Champlona Soprano eh basball "The Ta'.ry Host" world-wid- e reputation. team, and, Henry Connolly, the well fO'Sulltaui), 'TJm Wearing ot tho known Portland wrestler, will be the Green," Mm. Jcwrfe Bowman Webb. CHOICE WINES, WHISKIES, BEERS AND "CRADLK XO CROSS." feature at Mackin Counclt, Y. 1. I., , Solo Selected, 'Jeneph Hehemann. next Monday evening when these "Vision Wi&f (Massenet), "From tho Cradle to CIGARS HANDLED AT THE BAR. two will wrestle for the b6t two ont "Crulsslteen Lw," Carl Bundschu, the title of, the picture the Cress" is to be shown three falln. Hogan is bInjr trained of Solo "Mother,, Jfachree," Mies in Mackin Council Jiall, Twenty-sixt- h by John Tlaldwln and Tommy Helln, Aleen Zlx. etreetr on Sunday evening, while Ray Stengel is preparing Con- . Tenor olo " "At Dawning" (Cab March 28. This pture conaitfs ot ' Home Phone City 8718 nelly. On the followfng Monday man), 'Who Known"JBaU), "I Heat bfr raAla find la Mn,t.ie..j v Hogan Is scheduled to meet Bob aThrush at Uw," "Che GeUda critics the beat tvroductte o Onr Kaiser, of Trinity Council, the lat- Manlna" (from "Bohemian," Puc- - Xrfrd'a Pmuitiii nt itnnn fh ' ter being (the' champion middle- clnl). Thorntoa aoreen. A. few new corned? Ictu'hsi Corner0 weight among the Hast End boys. EpithalaavIoD," mrequeat (O'Swl- - will completrj the programme. Be- Ed Spayd will roferee, while Judge livan). Douglas W quartette and ing for a worthy cause, the" admis W. A. Cassln ?ill act as timer cnorua sion win oe twent7ire eenta. O , i Cincinnati Hibernians will h'old their annual entertainment at Holy Trinity Hall. Itev. Thomas J. McCaffrey, the eloquent State Chaplain of Kontucky, will be tho speaker of the ovenlng. Al tho last mooting of the Count Hoard a eommitteo was appointed to call on tho County Chaplain, Very Itev. Father Cronin, and offer the sorvicos of tlyi order whon the cornerstone of his now school is laid senting tho different Catholic parishes, will open Its season on Sunday afternoon, April 11, and the schedule will' consist of twenty-on- e games, all'of which will bo played at Shawnee Park on Sunday aftor- UOOnb The Twin City Baseball League, which is composed of clubs repre- MI LLEND The Olcht tnnms nnmnrlal,.,,- - SALE V CONTINUES During Next Week t miUHtimntHHnMlttlHIHHfWHHMHfti ), nt Hennessy & Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS J. M. HARAGAN & SONS GROCERIES, PRODUCE MEAT AND VEGETABLES. "Bc-ilov- er f i ma, a. I Southwest Tenth and Dumesnit Sk;i o ..... j.p;, ., J. WE DO PRINTING jfwst cuu wone Give Thin Qlliem Ytmr Next Order, Kentucky Irish American NO. 11. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1915. PRINT INI FWST CUSS WWK. 5lve This Oftioe Tfo.r Next Order, VOLUME XXXIV. THOMAS WAJiSlI. PRICE FIVE CENTS. JUIHiK WAITKK LINCOLN, - The "plenum" of the Sacred Col- - I r lege Is soventy members: at present The many friends of Judge Waltct and or It contains only fitty-nln- o, wore created by P.. Lincoln are Insisting that ho bel those forty-od- e Plus X. and nineteen by Leo XIII. a candidate for to tho' For the first time in many, centuries btinch as Judge of the Common .non-Italiclearly outnumber the tho Italian Cardinals, for even" countan is one of tho oldest citie.8 in. Indiana, and Its citizens should have suffiAttorney Thomas Walsh, of whom cient civic pride to see that a hosis doubtful, the accompanying cut Is a splendid pital Is maintained. Itdo vo unless likeness, Is ono ot our foromoat howevor, If they will lawyers and apeak- - some order of Sisters, tnko hold oj the'project. If sufficient induce-- rtients were held out no doubt tho city authorities ' In Jeffersonvind could Induce Sisters or some one olsoj to reopen the Morcy Hospital. For its city to bo without a hospital Is a reflection on its citizenry IrlBh-Amerlc- an NIGHT 01 set: JL JL JLm BIG WIND eP use might have been waged n' hun meaih. tt is well known that these dred yards to the lee ot our house i birds aro never found or seen on and not a soul In It would have heard land, at loast not in Buropo. consea single shot. This Is no- exaggera- quently tho one found In Sona must tion. No one whojdld not hear tho havo been blown out of tho Atlantic, horrible sound something between a distance by the course -- ho wind t tho wind blew that "night of more than a a howl and a inado on that night, can form even a hundred miles from wherfc tlio bird remote Idea of Its unuttorable nwful-nes- was found. This is a woll known Jt was hardly to bo wondered fact "There Is another curious and unat that almost overy ono thought the end of tho world had como. Those doubted fact relating to the groat Who had probably never felt real fear storm; H is that showurs of salt I have in all thoir previous lives weri like wator fell In many places. hoard this stated by many persons babies, and wept like them. "The great storn of 1839 wa felt who were out on the night of the all over 'Ireland, tutd was severe in stonm, nnd Among them was one of Tho showers tho North of England, but It was only my own brothers. the center of that toll the would never last but for a few seconds, and resembled small waterlo Jt was comfull, force of til paratively light in the exrreiP-Nor- spouts more than showers. They and extreme South of the tell In such torrents that one was Island, and Is not remembered So wet through almost instantaneously vividly and does not fonoi such an by thent, and In these 'douches' soma parts lying of the wnter was sure to reach the epoch as It does Now, as the wind on the botwoen Tyrone olf the north and mouth. In the night of tho great storm of 1839 wasWexrord on the south. " part where J was brought up the and as it never 'Big Wind' formed and among the varied from that point as long as it oldirly people still ."forms an epoch lasted, the salt water must, like the from which a great many things were stormy petrel, have been cnrrlod and are countod. 'How old wore you more than a hundred miles from the ' Atlantic to at tho time of the "Big Wind?" reach to nearly the cen'Do you remember the "Big Wind?" ' ter t)f Westmeath. "Tho appearance of t)e country aro questions which One often hears asked evon.at.preesnt In the' central tho day aftor the storm was as awful parts of Ireland. Just as the flreeks as it was extraordinary. Almost used to reckon from the Olympic every hedgorow was a mass of haj games, and the Romans from tho and straw that had been blown into foundation of thoirolty, tho peoplo tt by the force of tho wind, for. alas! In my' young days reckoned events there Is not ono acre oT grain grown In Ireland now for tho ten that wero from the IBIg Wind.' "Another proof of tho force of (the in ll then. wind. In the great pulo of 1839 was 'It gonerally happens that rain the destruction of crows. Thero oomes Immediately after a great was hardly a crow to bo seon In the storm, but that did ' not occur aftor part of tho country whoro l was born tho storm of 1839. Not a drop of for years after th'o storm. Thoy rain foil tho day after it at lerist wore slain by the 'thousands. There not In Wostmeath. Tho day aftor the o storm waa windy, but there was not Is a road some four miles from along which there Is what is any rain, neither was thero any for thero called a 'screen' of troos, and some days afterward, and oven tllon itj Is a fact that I heard stated by It wab not a. downpour that came, several reliable mitm who lived on but a moderate rainfall. The sum that road, that the day after the trier after the storm was. howevor, storm cartloads of dead crows were the, webtost that oven the old men seen on It. There! is another thing, of the period remembered. From that several Tollable men have about May 1 until the first week In stated, and which pxtroordlnary as September there waa hardly a dry it is there seems no reason to doubt, day. iBut the 'Big Wind,' great that hundreds of fish of Btructlon of hay and grain as It almost overy kind that aro found iu caused, ahd many as were tho cabins Irish .frMhwatOnjnkeay.a btowji j that It. unroofqd and knocked dpivnj, roar-f-tbas. th Ath-lonj ing Cardinal Falconlo among the latter, although ho Is an American citizen, thoro aro thlrty-on- o Italians, dito twenty-nin- e non-Italia- ns Austro-Hungarlans vided ns follows: six. Pro.nch six. LAID TO REST. sHMiiii- HEt ' ' 'Hgr'1 '' V' "'.ljB Stephen J. Murphy, ono of the oldest and best known employes ot the Illinois Central (Railroad Company, has gone to his eternal rait. Strlokon with pneumonia, he was fodioved from his homo, CIO West Chestnut street, io Sts. Wary and Kllzaboth Hospital, whore lie succumbed on Thursday night of last weok. Surviving him are his wife and a son and daughter, ito whom their, many friends extend sincorc sympathy. The funeral was held Saturday morning from the Cathedral, where for years th deceased had heon a regular and dpvout communicant. . JOSEPH ers, and Ms ability in the latter rolo called upon manv times In the pas,t by societies and organizations, the members of whom, both mole and female, bold him in the hlghoBt regard. Mr. Walsh is possessed of that keen Irish wit, which coupled with-hisenso of humor has made him n favorite speaker at all functions, obnnd In this connection he has Imtained a wide reputation as nn promptu speaker nnd which was amply proven at Marnuloy's Theater several years ago. Mr. Walsh was called upon by an anxious committee to take the place of a speaker who was taken suddenly 111, and without any preparation stopped in and made the hit of his career, the audience being loath to let him conclude. He is a prominent member of tho Ancient Ordor of Hibernians and tho Knights ot Columbus, being at present Lecturer of that organization. ' M. HUFFAKER. has boon given wido jlay, bedng In compiling a list of our prom Inent Hemoc'rntlc attorneys none would be complete without a sketch of Joseph M. Huffaker, our present Commonwealth's Attorney, who as a s k&&'l w jSHMEi!plr MONSTER PARADE. The. flu Patrick's day parade, In New York City promises to outdo tho parades of other years in slzo as well as In the brlllancy of military nnd other organizations which will take part. Roderick J. Kennedy, Chairman ot the Committee on Arrangements, says that in all probability two companies of cadets from Montreal and a regiment from a Western city, tho men wearing annipnt Irish military uniforms, will -- four years ago by Thomas Davls.'the Irish years and attracted attention of the national poet. Another interestiug sonality and democratic bearing havo Irish Volunteers, the Irish Brigade enlisted a large personal following leaders of his party by his conserv- foaturo has been a selection front Reglmont. N. G., h nnd tho ative vlows and knowlodge of par "Tristan and Isolde," Wagner's masAncient Order and to the boys In the trenches ho N. Y., as well as the liamentary law. The Squlro still ter creation, conceded to be tho most is always known as ".Too" and ono of Hibernians, will bo well repre- to whom thoy go at any time for a takes an active Interest In tho affulrs wonderful of all grand operas: The acsented. Cardinal Farley lias famine." of his party, even In the off season, story of thlB opera is baBed on tho Is expected that cepted an Invitation to review the kindly hearing. Itagain be a candiold Irish legend of that name. and is President of the Socinl Mr. Huffaker will parade from tho sand. In, front of Club, which meets regularly date for the' Democratic nomination ,IOnX DRESOirER. WILLIAM M. DUFFY .UJOfiK O'DOHKHTY. St. Patrick's Cathedral and Mayor as and Is one o tho largest Democratic CHANCELLOR K1RBY. Commonwealth's Attorney, and It Mitchel and many other t, city and organizations in the city. say that he will be chosen One of Jefforson county's RepreJudge Matt O'Dohorty, ono of our aro expeofed to oc- Is safo to opposition Drescher, than whom thero Is John State officials Judgo Samuel II. Klrby, of tho In" the August without no better Democrat in this district, sentatives in the last Legislature and cupy seats In tho stand. lending attorneys at the bar, Is a CUXTEXARY CELEBRATION". Chancery branch of tho Jefferson primary request of his friends will one who established a reputation of .the llttlo Greon Isle, coming nt the from Court, Is descended Reprosanta- - for his conservative view of the MUIR WEISSINGER. Beginning May 2 the one hun- Circuit the oldest families In Ken- to .tlila country whon but a youth, again be a candidate for ST. THOMAS AQUINAS. ono of many bills coming before thnt lawanniversary of tho dedication and In common with many of our making body was William M. Duffy. dredth Patrick's Cathedral on Mott Judge Muir Weiseinger has anof St. leading citizens, wns forced to unLast Sunday Representative from tho Fifty-firhimself bb a candidate for tho feast of St. the church celebrated dergo mnny sovero strugles before nounced street, New York City, nnd of the Thomas Aquinas, the district, which is composed of tho opening of the first parochta"! school tho nomination for Circuit Judge of princo of Catlfolie theologians. Pos- getting his foot on the bottom rung and Twelfth wards. Mr. in that parish will be held. St. PatEleventh the Common !'la branch. Fourth of success. In iarly extraordinary endowments of the Dutfv was instrumental in having division, subject to the action of tho sessed of and grace. St. Thomas had life he laddet. parish, which for nearly three was "encouraged by several ' of nature many measures passed that wore of rick s quarters of a century was the center urn groatuet intellect mat tlio world to take tip tho study of law and ins f much, benefit to this district and to life and has o'or known. "His marvellous devotion and perseverance to hla 'iip State at large, and although of Catholicnow tin- activities in New lurgest Italian York, Is grasp ano suimety or intellect, said t studies soon mado him a class leadFMvlng his first term In that body parish in. the world, nnd its si hools , Huxley, "seems to me almost with er, this term of lender being v ax ronstilted by many of the older now praduce an.odupatlon for nuiro .ib he is now known an ono ot out u parallel " In connection with he ids in regard to different leglsla-- t Italian children than arc accommomon- - tho most distinguished lawyers of his feast day It may be woll-to n. his profession, that of an dated In any other parochial school Hon a volume by H. C. OWell, en- our Kentucky bnr. Judgo O'Doher'j at law, giving him en insight in the world. At the last enumera' titled "Now Things apd Old In St. has twice served on the Circuit into the legal phases of the matter tion a few years ago old St. PatThomas tAquinafc" The work 1s a Bench, onco being nppointod by Gov icing considered. Porhaps Mr. rick's had 28,000 parishioners. There translation of various writings of tho Beckham and tit another tlmo was Duffy's biggest claim to fame comes aro nearly 3.000 children Jn the Angelic iDoctor; in fact It Is a val- chosen in the general election through his connection with college schools. Tho pastor of old St. uable digest of all the treatises of Judgo O'Doherty's decisions on the ' football, being a star player In his Right Row Msgr. John F. St. Thomas. To one not acquainted bench attracted wide attention and school days, and later, on as a coach Kearney, will next year celobrato the with Jiatln the prosonl contribution ho stood high in tho esteem of both obtained wido recognition by his golden Jubilee of his ordination to In addition to Thomlstic literature affords a lawyers and laymen. coaching of the High School teams. tho priesthood, nnd It Is n remarkagolderf opportunity to get in touch to his ability as a lawyor Judgo He has also taken a prominent part ble and unique fact that all the fifty with the thought of this gifted O'Doherty is noted as ah orator and in amateur baseball and at present years of his priestly life have beon mind. Tlio reader who has been ac- hla services havo always been in deis President of the Saturday After- spent in ministering to the spiritual to hear tho school men mand at a gathering of Irish or customed noon League. nnd temporal welfaro or tuc pcopio arty at the primary belittled and scholasticism spoken of Judgo is the The Democratic i tucky and his ability as t of that parish. 7, and. has already with contompt will bo surprised 4o senior member of the law-- firm ot election, August and Judge Is well knowu lLv ot support, sco with what power and originality O'Doherty & Yonts, whoso offices CARDINAL GIIMIONS. .obtained many promises nut. the Stntn of his bir I'HOtiXr.Y PARK MENACED. building. principally from those who romom-be- r this "braying ass" of tho "Dark are In the Graduating from tlio UnlvorSI iMgr. Laspro, Tho recent death ot h district, his aid as a speaker In the last Agos" discusses such "modern probtlve from tho ho madeOne of the great attractions of the LouisvIIlo la 1881, "NEWMAN OF RUSSIA." two campaigns. Judgo Wols'singer lems" as determinism, the intellect which Is Jefferson county Just out- Archbishop of Salerno, makes Carpreparatory 'studies In tho offlco ot provincial visitor to Dublin,, as during his term as County Judge and knowledge, knowledge and tho "Mr. Drcscher dinal Gibbons, Archbishop ot Baltiside of Louisville. to the residents of tho Irish that Into, and distinguished Jurist, eonses, morality ot 'buying and Was Instrumental In having au Should the Allies be victorious at bears the cbnlldence of all Dpmo-cra- more, tho dean ot tho whole CathJudge olic hierarchy not tho dean by age, capital themselves, is the Etiological Judge Emmet Field. When. County Poor Houso erected usunry, tho rights of property, tho end of tho preosmt war thero aro and has been signally honored Storllng B. Toney retired rrom tno "t light before etc. Tho first chapter ot this work some who think that Russia will by his party, having served a8 a for that distinction belongs .to Mgr. Gardens H hijn,,-"-and was a leader in tho thousands frequent them bench and located in Colorado Judge the Stato Board of Equalization Is devoted to a translation of tho play a very Important part in the member of tho School Board and Monnier, Titularo Bishop ot Lydla, Many and a drive from the city to Klrby was chosen to succeed him,, nlnety-flyweeklv, on the fifth of .when the taxpayers of Jefferson Offjco of Corpus Christina produc- work of reconstructing JOurope. it Magistrate, and in all of his career, who was in serving over since, and nono haya county wcro saved n'oarly $300,000. tion, which shows that'fho heart' of Russia is destinod to wield' Influence either officially or unofficially, has last month, but the d'an of cleotion, the "Zoo" Is. always popular, and re found fault with hla Judicial, ability. senso always profitable. With Ho also opposed tjio sending of de- St. Thomas was not surpassed by his in tho' West, 4t will probably mean rondo friends for himself and the for His Eminence was raised to tho a notcd-tha- t the Tho Chancery Court Is one of the pendent children to the Reform head, and which justifies tho words groat political and religious changes Dartr which ho represents. Ills episcopate by 'Plus IX. op March 3, gret therefore it Is Injurious effect oldest judicial adjuncts to the With tho aid of tho Fiscal (it Lord Bacon, "Ho had tho largest In Lnlln and Teutonic Europe. The record In tho Legislature again en- 1868, at a time whon a great many wur has. had an School and tho proper adjustment of controversies Court members before tho Legisla- heart of the school divines." The Russian (people are dominated by titles him to recognition and it la of our present Bishops were not yet Land that tho gato .receipts at ma- which can no'' bo settled out o( court, In having .the criticism of St, Thomas upon, his two principles, autocracy and relig- believed that he will bo nominated born. Ho is tho' f Jrpt of 'tho . little gardens havo decreased very ture was successful and Judge Kirby.'s knowledge of major- list, now reduced to twenty, of living terially. Owing to. the large drop law In all Its Intricacies, c,ouplod Parental Homo for Orphaned and own work was this: "AU that I haye ion. Passlijg over the probaWo and by an were appointed by In tho recolpis in August, and the Bishops who jfteglncted Children established, it written seems chaff to me." Those political changes, will It moan trial ity. g Impossibility of selling any animals with his Inate sen.-- of Integrity Plus IX., tho others of the "being located near Ormsby's Station, words wero uttered as ho lay dying and trouble and restraint for tho Chancellor,' world being Bishop IJedley, except at ridiculously low prices in makes him an a id,eal to hie proludgo Wolsslnger was Indorsed by among tho sorrowing Cistercians of Catholic church, or will It mean, in FORTY HOURS, credit of Newport (July 22, 18.73); Arch- consequence of the war, the Council Judgo Klrby Is all of tho Democratic at- - Fossa Nueva In tho oarly morn of the provldonco ot God, .the inauguranearly held. and tho bench St. Paul (Febru- waa obliged to lssuo a special appeal fession highest esteem and ho la hit and many of March 7, 1274. torneys for tion of a reapproachment between hy both Forty Hours' devotion will open bishop Ireland, ot Archbishop to tho membora for financial support. In the ary 12, 1875); In his support. the Catholic and Orthodox churches, In St- - Ellzabcth'3 church at the late them aro now enlisted ot Wellington ('February 18, Tlio jmbllc will do this cheerfully fellow lawyers' and laymen, hl a consummation that has been tho mass tomorrow morning nnd will HKLPIXG THK SISTKIW. He i a son. ot Harry Wolsslnger. a following making' a g DomocraJL.-wh- o has boon object of tho prayera of tho church close Tuesday evening. Eneh ovon1-In- 1874), and Mgr. Spalding, Titular nnd ungrudgingly. The Phoonlx popularity and asset to the c ((November Park without Its "Zoo" would bo al- him 'a valuable Archbishop Scltopolls TiK help to his TaHy. and is a Friends of tho Slaters ot Morcy slnco the origin of the great schism? party-- , ot, which he always; haia sermon will bo preached, and 271376). of Inconceivable, and It Is theremost grandson of P. B'. Muir, who was a aro preparing for a mammoth euchre The existence of a ".union with an Intellectual as well as spiritual ronowor. In tho .Sacrod .College Cardinal fore up to tho citizens of Dublin to been a loyal and stauncu Circuit Judge for many years in this and lotto party at the convent on Rome" movement' within tho Ortbo treat 18 iu store for the parishioners, Gibbons occupies tho second place in seo that a great and a popular inwas logal adviser of tho East Broadway on tho afternoons dox church gives, hopo of hetter days itev, district ahd SHEMBYVIVLK. Assent, the paster, seniority of creation. Cardinal stitution shall not become a thing pf Bishop 'McCloskey. ..Judge and evenings of April 6 and 7, The to come. This movement is not urges Father all the advisability lata of upon Netto, formorly Patriarch of Lisbon, tho past. of the jfmes will be, played, in the large strong ns yet, tout it Is" growing in Wlairigr is a graduate., making their Easter duty at thla Rev. Father John .TlJiey, pastor years among Columbia Law College of New York exhibition hall, nnd a light luncheon Jnfluonco. The nlonfeer of this party time, whn lie will be assisted by haa sat for thlrty-on- o of tho church, Cardinal ANNIVERSARY OF rNlVEIlSlTY. tho Church, ot the Annunciation tho iPrlnces Citjr, sreluatln 1 18M. and ha aad refreshments will bo served. waa Vladmlr Solovoy, Avho died in many vwlting priests. Shelbyvllle, fpela much elated Gibbons for twenty-nina year prMiiedUw here ever since with There aro many hand painted art!-- : 1901. Ho hae been called the "Now-m- n Numerous Louisville Catholics tho, attendance at tno ienien longer than tho Dean Cardinal exception of the four years he cle to be distributed as well as oil tRuMla." Unlike Cardinal th ' cburolv Th ONE DRAWING PAY. Ino VannuJt elli, Both the latter, have received lnvltntl6ns from Car- Uons4n hl County Judge, nerved other handsome pieces. Apart from Newman, he ne,vor formally abjured havii One. of the big days at the a are five year younger (than tho old-e- dinal Gibbons and Bishop Shnhart evening servicesmany attr In which he was born for the gameH will b a hand painted the farth ot. Kxpoeitlo'a In San member of the Sacred Senate, to the Celebration of the silver an- congregations, tete set, drefsser" set, ,the reason that "h wa fully con chin colonial WITHOUT HOSPITAL. Fathers Francfaeo will be gt.Patriok'a day. Cardinal. de Cahrlerea, Btehop of niversary oPfhe Catholic University, h plaque In frame and a vinced that the revolt or tite ureeK bo celebrated at Wash- Dominican church,. hi tbe Songs lunch cloth. The. Sisters ot episcopate, which" was. headed by xjn&er, of Ireland by an ode famos Mowtpellter, who in .elghVy-flv- VI 11 Car- which willThursday,, ApriJ J 5. There" been preaching the serj of tbe dinal (Merry del Val. Egan: not ington on th operation of ihenteroy. Mercy hare many friends In Louis- Mark of JCpfeeaas, and the ubaequetft day by Thomas 4. C. Clarke", author become a "quinquagint"who Pontifical maae at St. Pat- -' the moat powerful Joatph until next will hierarchy; K ville who. wilt be only too glad to defection of the Huaatau ; Hospital In JeftersoftTWe. tha ered last Sunday nigq Shea," and In take advaatage of thla occasion to had not annulled the decree ot Of 'KBy and Burke and magnificent October, is still the 'Benjamin of. the rick'a church at 1J. o'clock i wUl Father Keehy. O. , have no place to be cared for o'clock there Sacred College, though he Is already morning, undent building aid them la their work and at th union , Iwued ty Wio Council of Flor- a grand concert on th that town. The hospital was "Mortal Sin,' appropriate jcaretaa at tbe be aoine wall up among the nIor. by data "one of the finest in the State, Is Idle same time enjoy; a plMMt : sftr-ooo- b ence." Wor him "Hie achldm eitlete organ of Festival' Hail, will la deep imp res onj ., " of creation. of the drawlpg feature. u a a rtct,' not not jumcaur:' or evening. and going to decay. Jertereonvllle ?J His per- velbttoc'numben6fiai2r&wlilfll51 it Is thought Will rliaWlif.fJoO. Tho eat clubs or gatherings. Catholic 'Protectory contingent, tho Sixty-nint- mmxtssmsm criminal practitioner ranks with any In the country, his record in tho Criminal Court during tho past two tonns attracting wido attention and compares favorably with somo of tho distinguished logal lights who have served there in tho past. In addition to his ability as a lawyer, Mr. Huffaker stands high as a campaign orator, his services being always In demand hi every campaign, whether local, Stato or national, tho Speakers' Committee being hard pressed in overy campaign to any way fairly The "Night ot the Big Wind" 1'b an ovent l,u Irish story that has served as achronologlcal Index In domestic tradition for generations since. It began Us furious swath of destruction before daylight on tho Christmas," morning of "Little 1839, and sprgad desolation over a groat part of tho island during tint day, causing heavy loss of llfo and property. In Ogblin tho River Liffcy rose many feet, overflowing, tbe Quay wall In seevral places. On tho same night tho Jlethesda church and surrounding housos In Dorset street wore consumed by fire. Tho destruction of property In Dublin alone was estimated at $3GO,OO0. Tho Irish writer, T. O. Russell, who experienced the "'Big Wind," thus describes it: "There were a few Inches of sno"w where il was, In the County West-on th, but notwithstanding tho snow tho day 'was not cold, and there wa3 " not ovon n breath of wind. But there was something Awful in tile dark stillness of that wlntor day, coming for. there was no sunlight through the thiak, motionless clouds that hung ovor the earth. There was a complete absence of wind up to 10 o'clock on the night of the 'Big Wind.' lt then began to blow a grew stronger little, but and stronger every minute, and was at Its height about midnight. "Tho wind did not come in gnats with pauses between, 'but was one steady lilow. for ton 'hours, or from about 10 o'clock on the night of January 6 until 8 next morning. The most terrible thing I have ever heard was tho roaring of the wind on that awful night. I can never forget it, nor can anyone who heard it ever forget it. T was too small a boy to go on with my elder brothers to assist in saving cattle and horses from tumbling down stables nnd outhouses, and evory one ot thwn was leveled so I don't know how the wind sounded outside, but in the house it was tho most dreadful thing I ever heard, and it made the stout-oand bravest that heard it quail. Some Idea of It may be gathered from the fact that when my brothers or any of the people in tho house wanted (to say anything to one an- m st - Spaniards five, Americans three, from England, Germany and 'Portugal two each, and one each from South America, Canada, Ireland, Holland and Belgium. Tho Benedictines have In tho Sacred College Cardinals ViiBzary and the Franciscans Cardinals Netto and Falconlo, the Carmelites Cardinal Gotti, tho Jesuits Cardinal Billot, the Augustlnlnns Cardinal Martlnolll, tho Cations Regular Cardinal iPlffl. and the Redtuuptorlsts Cardinal Van Rosstnn. CardinalB Notto, Vaszury and Martinelli have retired from active work, and of the twenty-fou- r remaining are in Rome nnd tiiirty-thre- f art ruling dioceses in various parts of the Catholic world. The four Rome, Cardinals who are-1- n Holy always within call of tin the fircult Pleas Father, aro Their Eminences Morry where bratuh ofprehldes. andCourt, he ,now the Billot and Democrats among his friends know del Val. Van. iRocsum. Oasquet. that as a non, ineo the tlckvt has an attraction Tor Independent voters in SCIIUTjMAK. BUN Judge Lincoln being November. popular with all cJobbos. Judgo LinOne of our prominent young Dem- coln is. a native' of this city, being ocrats rapidly forging to tho front admittod to tho bar fnlS'78, and for 1b Squire Ben Schnlman. Magis- a long tlmo was a mombe ot the trate and present member of tho woll known law firm of Llober & Lincoln, this partnership being ono of tho oldest law firms In tho city. Judge Llncohi first served on the bench In 1907, being appointed by Gov. Beckham as Judgo of tho Jefwas ferson County Court, and elected to the Judgeship of t In which he now presides la 1909, winning ovor Judge Blaln, thp Republican nominee, and Thruston Burgevin. the Independent. Gas-que- t, fttty-Rever- t, non-Itali- an PRESENTS IRISH COMEDIES. MheHhehndurrimblrnl: It Into caehothnrVoars order to and found dead on land many yards bn heard. from tho water "Another fact, probably the most "The roar of the, wind, without n lull era pause, drowned" the human extraordinary of all, Is that a stormy voice almost completely. Tho biggest petrel was found In the demesne o. battle that was ever fought since a gontlonian called Tulto, who lived gunpowdor nnd cannons came into at. a place called Sona, in WestIn noip to the poor, for the onormous destruction of trees thnt If caused supplied them with a good deal of fuol. for turf was as scarce In Ireland In the year 1S39 as potatoes wore in' 1846, the year of the hnitr Fiscal Court, In which latter body ho has been attracting tho attention of the public In general by his stand on all public questions and his effortB In behalf of the taxpayers. He has presided over his court with dignity and his decisions on all legal matters have boon rendered with fairness to all. and show that this young Magistrate Is rapidly absorbBefore doning legal knowlodge. ning .aha firraina Squlro Schulraan riiuiiutc,iVu"t-raytOcn"oii;liSorftt- In the general musical uplift now being advanced in this country the modern Irish artists are doing their full share In maintaining the. high standard ot Irish music. Foremost among thoso is Thomas Egan, tho famous tenor, who has boen presenting old Irish classics to large Recently he New York audionces. scored a tromendous succoss nt Carnegie Hall, when he sang a group ot Irish songs composed by the famed Irish poet, Samuel Lover, with Victor Herbert, the composer and grandson of Lover, as accompanist A teat tiro of Mr. Egau's recent pro grammes has been the old song. 'r,iiik!,:.MT!tvwriufe--J.Biattrv,'c! ell, serving In that body Tor Dem-ncrat- lc nn-tl- st i - nppro-pr'ate- ey I Pat-rick'- sj J..' 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Keating, Uuttering and Spouting. Wt Make or Ripair Anytklnf Madt of iron. P712 WEST MARKET STREET. j 4444-M-H4-..V4.J..J.- ARTHUR C. WEISS DRUGGIST House Pfctftt SbawiH mi Gleaning 171 Specialties 2500 St Cicilia St eIH J ' - M44MKrtH54MKS4! .. -1 i,.llf. kTHEO. it yVAIJLJBJR A '7MAT(UFACTRKK OF OENtS' FINE SHOES. REPAIRING 5PECIALTY. vau. Btt Gram and Walnut v fcX x St. ratrick. apostle of Ireland, dcmptJon. There, too, he performed Druids, by their incantations', overspread tho hill and surrounding and. died,! his first miracle on Irish foil, to waa born in thoBssed Pownpatrick. Iroland, Virgin and the divino birth' ot our plaljj .with., a, cloud of worse than at Saul, Gut 20 or 24 Birthday or Egyptian darkness. Patrick defied March 17, 493. He had for his par- Saviour. leaving ono or hla com- them to romovo the cloud, and when ents Chalphurnius and Conchcssa. panions to continue tho work of in- all their efforts were mado In vain, Anniversary slices to lack The former 'belonged to a Roman struction so auspiciously Dogun, ho at his prayer tho sun sent forth Us family of high Tank, and hold tho hastened forward to .Strangford nays and tho brightest suushine lit ofllce of Decurio Sn Gaul or Britain. lough, and there quitting his boat up tho scene. Again by tho domoniac Bricks, gallon. Conchessa was a near rolatlvo of the continued d toward power, tho his Journey Lochru, llko great patron of Gaul, St. Martin of Blemish. Simon Magus of old, wns lifted up ' Tours. He had not proceeded far when a high in the air, but when Patrick A;;? Humbir Set in Brick to Suit Occasion. In his sixteenth year Patrick was chieftain; named Dlchu, appeared on knelt in prayer tho Druid from hie Irish carried into captivity by seono to prevent his further ad- flight vas dashed to pieces upon a marauders and was sold as a shwo the rock. to a chieftain named Milchu in vance. Ho drew his sword to smlto Thus was present the saint, but his arm became rigid paganism in tho final blow given to Dalaradla, a territory of tho the presence of all tho as a stntuo and continued so until County Antrim In Ireland, where for ho declared himself obedient to Pat- assembled chlftains. It was indeed six years ho tended his master's a momentous day for tho race. Twice floeka in itho valley of tho Braid rick. Overcome by the saint's meek- Patrick pleaded for tho faith beforo and on tho slopes of Slemlsh, near ness and miracles, Dlchu asked for Leoghalre. Tho King had given or$ tho modern town of Balymena. In instruction and made a gift ot a largo ders that no sign of respect was to ways of a. benign Providence tho barn in which tho sacred mysteries be extended to tho strangers, but at tho were offered up. This was tho Urst bIx years of, Patrick' captivity youthful tho first meeting a remoto preparation for his sanctuary dedicated to St. Patrick In a royal page, aroso the show him Ere, to Erin. It became In later years a S: SECOND STREET. futuro apostolate. He acuulrod a FACTORY 309-31when all and at perfect knowledge; of the Celtic chosen retrent of tho saint. A mon- tho chieftains tho second,assembled. were astery and church wos erected there, tongue, in which he would one day same announce the glad tidings of re- and the hallowed site retains tho Chlefbard Dubatoh showed tho theso honor to demption, and as his master Milchu name of Sobhall (pronounced Saul) heroic men the saint. Bothdlsclplos became fervent was a Druidical high priest, he be- to the present day. Continuing his tho saint of tho fnlth and bright ornaments of came, familiar uit'h all the details of, journey toward Slemlsh. church. It) wns on this Druldlsni. from whose bondage he was struck with horror on seeing at the Irishsolemn occasion that St. a distance tho fort of his old master becond was destined to liberate the Irish Emile Tngoff Gtorgc L. 'Danforik Tho Patrick Is said to havo plucked a In flames. by an angol, Milchu enveloped Admonished race. explain ho fled. from., his fomoof Patrick's marvelous power of shamrock from tho sward, to stem in EsUblished J854 miracle preceded him. Milchu in a by its triple leaf and single cruel niiiRier .win uuiii, me ttuin some rough way to the assembled the West. In a few days ho fit" of freuy gathered his treasures chieftains tho great doctrine ot tho was among his friends once more in Into his mansion and, setting it on On Blessed Trinity. that bright Britain, but now his heart was set fire, cast himself Into tho flames. Returning to Saul, St. .Patrick Hatter day the triumph of tho relig- h In devoting himself to the service of Tara was complete. The learned from Dlchu that tho ehlftaloa ion ot granted permission to Patrick fiod In tho Bacred ministry. Fire Insurance AVe meet him at St. Martin's monof Erin had been summoned to celethroughout the astery U Tours and again at tho brate a special feafct at Tara by to preach tho fnlth ot length and breadth Erin, and the h island sanctuary of Lcrins, which Leorghalre, who was the RepretenlingoObcr 1 50,000,000 CapiUl was just then acquiring widespread that is supremo monarch of IrclanU. Druidical prophecy, like tho words learning and piety. No This was an opportunity which Pat- of Baalam of old, would bo fulfilled renown for tho sacred firo now kindled by tho cBolh Tkonea 199 sooner had St. fiormain entered rick would not forego; he would pre& E, Corner 3rd and SMain on his great mission at Auxerre than sent himself beforo the assembly to ealnt would never bo extinguished. Patrick put himsell under his guid- strike a decisive blow agaluat the YOUR BUSINESS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED OATHOMC HOME EQUIPMENT. ance, and it was at that great DruiUlsni that held the nation, cap-tlUishop'ti hands that Ireland's futuro and to secure freedom for the First Religious articles: A nice apostlo was a few years later pro- glad tidings of redemption, or which moted to the priesthood. "When ho v as tbo herald. As he Journeyed crucllix, not too small, for a promGermain, commissioned by the Holy on he rested for some days at tho inent place in tho house; tho statue See, proceeded to Britain to combat house of a chieftain, Seosnen, who or picture of the Sacred Heart of ;kTS,KIraXKXS0tC the erroneous teachings ot reiagius, with his household Joyously embraced Jesus, of Mary our mother, of St. 5 ho chose Patrick to ho ono of hla tho faith. Tho youthful ucnen or Joseph or the Holy Family; of the K HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 368 missionary companions, and thur. It Bonlgnus, the son of the chief, was In Angel Guardian; the holy water font; was his privilege to be associated n. special way captivated by tho gos- an outfit for tho last sacraments. with the representative of Rome in pel doctrines and tho meekness of Second Good and useful 'books: tho triumph that ensued over heresy Patrick While the saint slumbered History; and Bible iPopo Celestino I., ho would gather sweet scented flow Catechism and paganism. Instructions," and to er and scatter them ocr IiIh bosom, Gofflno's "Devout Saints;" other good who rendered Immortal service tho "Lives of the the church by Hip overthrow of the and when Patrick was setting and and useful books nnd magazines. Pelagian and Nostor'an heresies, and continuing his Journey townrd Tara Third Interesting games which by the Imperishable wreath of honor Ilenen clung to his feet, declaring requiro little exertion of tho brain, decreed to the Blessed Virgin in tho that nothing should sever hlni from but give a great deal of relaxation General Council of lEphesus. crowned him. "Allow him to havo his way," and in which tho wholn family can his pontificate for tho spread of said St. Putrick to tho chieftain, "ho Christianity and civilization when he shall be beir to my sacred mission." take part. food Reading is to tho entrusted Patrick with the mission Thenceforth Benen waa the in- is to tho body. Goodmind what like reading Is of gathering the Irish race Into (ho separable companion of the saint and healthy food; It strengthens and ono fold of Christ. It was .St. tho prophecy was fulfilled, for Benen harmbuilds up. Germain, Bishop of Auxcrre, who is named among tho succeiora of St. ful food, it Bad reading is llko and weakens and rulna commended Patrick to the Pope. It Patrick In Armagh kills. was only shortly before bis death 26, Easter on It homo bo Let gao this mission to day, was433, Marchtho eventful Sun- chasto tho adornments of and still that Celestlno asin on that occa sembly was to that at Tara, and tho more, and holy pictures Concrete Construction And Fireproofing. Ireland's apostle, and meet sound, interesting and profitsion bestowed on him many reJica decree went forth that from tho able books. No Indelicate repreand other spiritual gifts, and gave preceding day tho fjrea throughout sentation should ever bo tolerated in or mo him tho name 'Tattrclus" Street. d Residence, 1315 S. Twenty-Sixt- h Office' Kingaom snoum oe oxunguifneu a Christian homo. No chlld'ought to "Patritlue." until the signal blaze was kindled at bo subjected to temptation by its own Patrick on his return journey the royal mansion Tho chiefs and parents and in its own homo. from' Rome received at Ivrea, tho numbers, and Brcbons came In tidings of the death of iPalladlus. the Druids, too, full would muster all IKISII FRKFIXKS OF HONOR. neighboring and turning aside to the to tho city of Turin received episcopal con their strength, to bid defiance secure herald of goo4 tidings, and to Tho bollef prevails in parts of Iresecration at the hands of tho great the hold of their superstition on the Bishop, St. Maximus, and then Celtic race, for their domoniac land and Europe that only five families rightly bear tho O the O'Neills, hastened on to Auxerre to make, oracles bad announced that mesunder the guidance of St. Germain, senger ot Christ had come the Erin. high monarebs ot Ireland and kings to of Ulster; the O'Donnells, princes ot due preparations for the- Irish mistho hill of sions. It was probably in the sum SU Patrick arrived at extremity of Tyrconnell; the O'Connors, kings of opposite at the mer month of .the year 433 that Slane, on Easter evo. In that year the Connaught; tho O'Briens, kings of Thomond, nnd the O'Flahertys, Patrick and his companions landed Tara, of the Annunciation, and on princes of far Connaught. Sir Henat tho mouth of the VaBtry river, Feast V"n the close by Wlcklow Head. The Drulde the summit of the hill kindled once ry Plors wrote in 1632; "Such as p pawihal fre, The Druids at O prefixed were of old, superior ha'e wero At once- at. ar.n against him. ATTENDED TO v "O King," they lords or princes, and such as' havo REPAIR WORK Hut Patrick was not disheartened. ralfccd thelrvoice this Tiro, which Mao were only great men, viz, lords, forever: The intrepid missionary resolved to said, "llvolighted in defiance ot tho thane's, etc," "I would rather bo search out a more friendly territory has been la which to enter on lite mission. royal edict, will blaze torevcr In thlJ the O'Neill of Ulster, than King of very night ex- Spain," declared the lmneert.il Shane bo First of all. however, he would pro- land unjess It By this of the King Res. 1621 order O'Neill to the British Elizabeth ceed toward Dalaradla, where he had tinguished." snd tho agency of the Druids when requested to change his Irish been a slave, to pay the price of hla ransom to his former raaeter, and in pasted attempts were miide to ex- title for an Kaglish dukedom, and i (J HaUBMMMMSjjUi exchange for tho servitude and tinguish the blessed fire and to pun- as such, claiming Ireland s throne, u crueky endured at his hands to ish with death the intruder who had no died. impart tO;,hlm the blessing and disobeyed the royal command, But NOTPOR.HHR. f red rated the fire was not extinguished, and of 3dfi ealldrs. D1V days off, the Skerries coast, Patrick, t shielded by th for some 1 A wan whose cheerful occupation one of Tvhich still retains the. name power, came unscathed from tneir snares and aseaulu. On .Vaster day is that of making tombstones, Is tellWNHtSUE AM XfTWi KMER W and hs probably visof ited the, adjoining mainland, which tse missionary) band, having at their ing his friends about a woman who In older times wm known as Holm head Benlgnus bearing aloft a copy visited his place and said she wantPatrick. Tradition rfondly points out M. the gospel and followed by St. ed a nice tombstone put ever her the Impression ot St. Patrick's foot Patrick, who with mitre and croiler husband's grave, vrith some short, a npon hard rock off the main was arrayed in ful epieoopsl attire, simple Inscription on DRIED TONGUE, CORN, DRIED AND SPrCEB KEF. asked how she would like the Shore at tho entrance to Skerries proceeded in processional orde to Continuing his course Tara. Tho Druids and magician put word "Reeurganu" She inquired as harbor. BOTH PHONES northward bo halted at the mouth, forlb all their strength and employed to its meaning, and when he transall their incantations to maintain lated It as "I shall rise acaia," she of the River Boyne. A number of l Fifth Md BftM SU. SUK Nt. 1, KtntBcky the natives there gathered around their sway .over the Irlh race, but said In a panic: "No, no, please make it 'Rest In htm and heard with Joy in their owa the swrayer and faith of "Patrick sweet Umpm the glad Udlnn of re-- achieved s gtorlrtis trtuwph. The peace.' I 17 I Arch-Drui- P i SB i Cuscaden's Ice Cream! Has Pleased the People For Forty Years. V bo-ca- . rev-eron- I I I jijlter-aix-yoa- rs, rd Danforth & Co., edgents Ard-RIg- Ard-KIg- e, Sam L. Robertson, Granitoid and Cement Paving Alvin E. Fisher, Contracting Plumber PROMPTS 2117 W, Main. - tf Phone Shawnee i' it-li- e, I I li A. Fresh Beef, Veal, Mutton 74 KRAFT - tl Mktt "- Jv - ft in Mahogany Circassian Walnut, American Walnut, Ky. FurnitureFor the Bedroom Onyx and Quarter-sawe- d uninjr Abroiul ifMl &. , Vf Change -- Golden Oak. ' Vv Placfc )fMlnti. wfc' lilkc llama If Yw Curses! selection, lowest prices, and goods (hat are mude right. '' x .,. ' Have Kver Lived IhImi- NSs tafeky. 4 ". "So you Cine bJik, after all, , Colonel? Wlien 1 saw you in Pari VrKWjkttlk: two years ago you told me that Paris . r JF .J was your homo. You said that it fit you llko an old glove; tliat th 1 W. MARKET ST. FURNITURE boulevards wore made for you, and that you never expetced to come over 4-0to this sd of the pond again. How carao you to- change your mind?' v M jIhV EhE jfi ' j...'Ai Tj "1 got homesick?" -- ?t'ifi Well, ' " . Aj Honiealck? '.Homl'slck? vl. ' KSKXXKJOrtKWKKXVWBeraKKKltKX schoolgirl, eh? Home Phone City LOUISVILLE,that's good. Like a What do you thing of that, gentleS. Thuiilon Billard, Vice President John H. Lcthirt. Pieiident f men? Tho Colonel got homesick. He ' M msaaaux'je J. T. Bttf, AuiiUnl C.ihicr B C Wmw, Jr. Cihit who hasn't 1iad a homo for thirty t ir.yjresiis'j ." B A. Ouertoa. AwtiUnt Cuhier. rears who has been roaming the FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY K IP0RTD IRTSH POtEE.N. The .humane nnd successful ad- tunaiv Inmates there has never como oarth ever since Lee surrendered. ministration of affairs at the Work- t complaint against their treatment Touch the button. Colonel. The his work has house by Superintendent William L. From the flrnt firmness, loyaltybeen drlnkB are on you" and marked by that "With pleasure, Judge, but pardon Jacobs is a source of great oatlsf ac- humane fueling that won for tho mo If I fail to understand the cause tion to his legion of friends. Never Superintendent the carnost and or your merriment. As the doctor " ; TyylsjLX.tkti before was tho Workhouse bottor united support of the local trades saos. It has been many years since I I c h wulkop. jlLtfe conducted, a statement borno out unionists, among whom he was a have known a home; but don't - recognized leader. by tho fact that from tho unforkeen tho boy waiting. A little bour bon for mo. Yes, cnany years, genwidespread attention. Ho rendered tlemen, many, many years. Hut I ON ST. IMTIUCK'S DAI. invaluable fccrvlco in concentrating was homesick just the same. And I O noblest land and public opinion against America, America, the practlco confess that tho incident that sent appear trivial of dueling, and was tho first Catholic mo hack will probably p.ad best! CAJMTAl, $250,000.00 made up .'tH Today thlno eyes behold a glimpse clergymen to be Invited to preach in and absurd to you. I my home. of green on many a brenst; $100,000.00 SUKl'LtJS and 1MJOFJTS tho Houso of Representatives. Whqn mv mind to make- Paris fa seemed And in their ear today there bounds the Knownothlng mob undertook to For a wandcror like me it 'CAPITAL STOCK, HOOlVf a weird and witching strain, burn the Charleston convent, as they about tlio proper haven. I like its everySURPLUS, A lilt of mingled Joy and grief, of had done in Philadelphia and play houses. In fact, I llko 55&.OP Boston, they found Bishop England thing about Paris excopt its taste and pain. merriment you in the matter of drinks. Hut day of days, and as bravo physically as well as ,tFor this Is Erin's unless many a son of thine morally, A sturdy of Irish don't hnve to drink nbsintho was at i you care to, and I thought I DIRECT OS. gX rRANStf to protect tho as First saw tho light of earthly life in Catholics gathered :;i to settle down." I felt L. B luJsin. convont, nnd Bishop Kngland V. Hao U came last satisfied Krln's valleys shlno; KSXBMIOCKKBteXtftfKrt J oank that ( beAnd so the Irish color gleams, tho on the ground nnd coofty Inspected so thoroughly establishedsome work, F H. Emit. C McOtai! '( Account ofJ doing Irish- poet sings. the rifles in their hands to see "if gan to think of C. H. Wullop, W. UjKeanett. writing. This por!xtr . And o'er the noises of tho street tho the flints wore proporly adjusted. " and actually did a little non and 1 IV, S Mttringl), I. F. CW. Time Dp went on for a year or twenty-tIrish niusia rings. The hint wtib sufficient. After right to w wo years of Untiring and ener- was fully determined on stay beich. the ' Amorlca, sh a ' Km I 8 w v ff America, thou land of getic labor In hltt snored work ho here like an old hull upart 'until the timbers fell dreams come true! tank to rest on April 11, 1842. At last, some way or other, howWe lovo thee nono the loss because COR. mH AND JOHNSON'STS. ever, I began to realize a strong we loye old Ireland, too; THK HELL OK ST. IWTIMUK. feeling of unrest. I got nervous I These sprigs ar green wo wear .m x: no treason symbolizeTo St. Patrick boll, now on exhl- - uogan to worry .w, consuueu a ..u " -- " " ": " d' old Wtfon in the National Museum in fThev only show D,.!'-.- . is attacltod an intending bit vised mo to Quit smoking, and .a memories we prlfcovJ. 'Ufni-l- f Will. '" smoKe -"lornt Pnn. VIBeU UUU lu " of They show what loyalty iBiy-an.. "... .. tk. T -. thy righteous cause range oi .... nonnlrt are sunnoscd Io would nnugn. tumt ;. lat Can All the hoarta that hungered mountainB , wlirwl mu aennnco to mo " , .u.. .i- down to Romi' and see 'lit . i.nv long beneath a tyrant's laws; .. foj t, ,,as 1Ufi, he. , They only how, these sprigs of inoneaaoruu8rangeirisesabmo.y (n fo UomP REFERENCES: German Bank, Gergreen, that 'round thy flag a25 a"V) . 7a"U0l,r,J?.V..J didn't mlo msJi wo twine, i.ouu iccinn neignt, rjicinjj urew nay man Insurance Bank, Fidelity Trust The depth and fervor of tho love, we nnd casting IU shadotvs over the whom'i en red I 3 Company, Louisville Trust Company offer then as thine. adjoining districts of Aghngower nnd Westport The mountain was known to miako merA "'1 and others. America, America, we've given theo In iha nnin flniniz fie V.Qfrlt personal srievance ifSSI our toll, Mountain, but ever slnco Ireland be - ' wbo vv?s enjoying tnums We've helped to rear thy roaring came a Christian country It has been Romeo'ic threw a handful t: n made I swore. marts and till thy teeming known ns CroAgh Patrick and Is hon- over mn stay it out. I however 1 tn soil; ored ps the holy hill the Mount mind window on the Corso neur the n good We've spiked the gleaming bonds of SInni of Ireland. can imagine Popolo steel that bind the East and Itellgious liifltdry tlls us that St. Piazza del there all You S. W. CORNER FIFTH AND MARKET ST5. alone, biting a me sitting West, to his Patrick, In obedience gay all We've digged the ore from out the guardinn angel, made this mountain cigar and frowning downLittlethe girls crowd in the Corso. thy his hallowed place of retreat. In tnines that pierce mo out and throw confet'i m Casting mountains' breast. imitation of Jesus he spent forty pointed then, when 1 did not smll, me and We've thought for thee, we've days On Its summit In penance and said something about the evil eye wrought for Repairing fasting and other penitential exergot away. Tho noise made- my fought for thee as well, cises. Ills only .shelter from the fury and ache. Some friends called me We've helped to bear thy banner or the elements was a cave In a solid head pawing carriages and I almoat from through, the battle's blazing rock The flagstone on which ho Is forgot to return their salutation. 1406-143- 0 West Main St. hell raid to have rested his weary head Dut all of a sudden my ears caught We love thee as our peerless queen, nt night Is still to be seen. Tho a At- first, whiff of an old melody, -l?5 0 gracious land and glad! demons making lroland their battle- gentlemen. I 4was not sure Hut ah. tho dear old motherland, so ground mustered all their strength thought the tunc was Just running lowly and so sad! lo tempt St Patrick and turn him through my mind. But bomeone Dennis A. McCarthy. awnyj if possible from hlfi pious pur- was surely singing. and Griffith and Jefferson Store No. .Store No. Above nil the KHKWWi WOOfKJCWiWKKOrMKlJWaX pose. They gathered around . the noise I could ratch the song and the ?f JS bill, history says. In tho forms of tinkling of hanjos away down the, HUSH COLOH. Home Shawnee 379 Horns Shawnee 1100 furious beast? of prey. So dense wan street. Very faint, but coming Orcen is universally regarded. their ranks that they eeomed to cover nearer fiays the Westmlnstor Gazette, as the tho whole mountain, and St Patrick ' 'Weep no mc', my lady, weep no Irlah colof, Rut antiquarians say fonlii ee neither ocean nor sky. St. mo today, your thut green a the national flag of Patrick besought God to scatter the For I'll sing one .ong oh de nle Ireland Is of comparatively modern demons, but for a time it seemed &s Kalntucky home. orlcln. An authority to axnress nn though, his prayers naditcnrs wcro in' Oh do ole Kalntucky. home so ' far mtq&tj&a& on tho subject Is the Uev. vain. At length he rang the sWcet away.' y vanon j,rencn, a jearnea memner or sounding bell, symbol of lIs preach "Doctor, I dop't know just what X tho Royal Irish Academy,. Ho doeo ing of the divine truths, threx It you would have made out of a K not accept tho explanation that the among them, nnd they immediately study of my brain when I caught x green flag was adopted br the UnlU filing thomselves Into tho ocean. those words, hut I do know that It q ed Irishmen 'at the close of the elgh-5- ? darted electrically through every teenth century by blending tho CATHOLICS WITH WASHINGTON. nervp in my body. The singers were eeewa wm 09 way four good, strong bht, latter NATIONAL CANDY COMPANY $ orange and the by the as tho being ynmn the Father of Hla Country coming myhoys, "Woodford county i6 then regarded Irish Hmo American w flag. He asserts Ue emerald green was fighting the bottlee of tho boys, I'll bet. They were in an Manufacturer t S ' standard was used in Ireland In tho llevolutionary war ho had as Secre- , open .carriage and were blackened p 5on. up to look llko darkeys. When they $ sixteenth century, but It was not till tary and jg ,the eighteenth century that it be and after 177 C to tho ond got under my window I jumped up EJRLGliE of tho war Col, John Fitzgerald, and gave a robol yell that shook the came tne national coior Ono Vatican. They looked up, laughed both of whom wcro Catholics. of Washington's surgeons was Dr. nnd kept on singing. I strained my 11ISHOP KVGIiANl). W- Louisville, Ky. Wmzet and Main Sts. O'Fallen; his devoted friend was car as they went on down the Corso, It may not be untlmoly to make Capt. John Barry, atid among his and when I caught the last echo," referenco to Catholic patriotism aud personal guard wore soldiers named hang it. gentlemen, there was a the beneficent Influence of the church Daly, Dougherty, Hennessy, Kenny, lump I my throat as big as your &3&O0i;UOOtm;i Moriarity, O'Neill and fist. I sailed for New York the very of tho South as It was in September, McCarthy, was Reilly. A Catholic, Count Caalmlr next week, and three weeks later I 1820, when Bishop England appointed to the new seo of Charles- Pulaski, was the first commander o took a drink in Louisville. ton. John England was born in Washington's cavalry, and another nvell, hore"s the hoy. "EveryHere's to Cork, Ireland, September 23, 17SG, Catholic. Gen. Thuddcus KoMiusko. body standihg, please. HOME PHONE CUMB. PHONE and In his boyhood witnessed the was head of the artillery, .Evidently The Old Kentucky H me.' " 0O42 3B9Z.A our .first IPrcsidont liked Cnthollcs fearful persecution and bloody In.TAItVEY'S omvALiir, surrection of 1798. He was the and trusted them personally and in friend aad counselor of Daniel twnau of bis country. O'Connell. who ttsod to say after An old lady who was driving WRDDING ANNIVKKSAKHM. across Dublin tho other day must tho doparture of the patriot prjest havo felt gratified to know that, In for .America: "If J had Ilishop EngFirst, cotton. land, at my back I would not fear tho spite of strikes and suffragettes, Second paper. "chivalry" lino not qulto disapwholo world." Dr. England, was Third, ioatlier thirty-fou- r yearn old "whes Ue was peared. She asked her "jarvey" to Fourth, fruit and flowers. drlvo slower, as she was getting old chosen by Itoroo as holnK peculiarly 2 Fifth, wooden. and didn't like going so quickly, fitted for the laborious missionary Sixth, sugar. , "Bogqrra, ma'am, no natter what labors of th new m about to hs ' Seventh, wopleu. ago you are you don't look ft!" "wast established, Eighth, India rubber, hla kind and chiralroua anawer. The 'nlooAae of. Chv)to at that Ninth, willow. Um'),embrocd the two Carolina Tenth, Un ".MAI5H? IN YMHKICA.," lUMCH nnd Georgia, and tho Catholic wr luereutn wieet. a Flattened far apart, ware but a a Twelfth, tinea. "Really, don't yon know,1' aald won unall minority, and la lac lace tho Briton, "1 eawn't Mo why yo ALLEYS IN THE.SOUTH- surrounded by the Fourteenth, ivory. Yaukeett ahould lead u in OAmmeree, 'j as elament bitter Fifteenth, cryatal. of' lator year. PtaM 2182 W make everything In Kngland that lb Knownothingft o Twentieth, chtea. you make here." Bishop England oon won tke 'TwentyrfifitB, ilTf.( ;;With one exception." rnlld the and hll?; mgard 'hot only; of Thirtieth, pearl. wiee natlro. "There' one thing wo the Catholics but of all IntelUKant 416 WEST JEFFERSON STREETS Fortieth, raby. raaVe that aeoms'lmpoMiblo for yon " nonCatholica aa and Fiftieth. oldea. "And what lalthat, pray?" wall. Hia laarnin, hfa eloqmnce and veaty-rutJTiVJ mmjfgm "Kaato" ooiwanandod hu brilHaaf writing . WM. F. MAYER 4lb 4 ,'j i" i.Ti,ry i "' X s . '1T,4 . Tj re . . ..- 4 .. gmBH, .fl.HMBiMw . "?- - . '?' . .... .r.jV Vn TJ?. ti..-1&- ' - -- . ' '- Vl - WAS AN INTERESTING INCIKNT U f f v:"Jftr v . Jw Wi Fine Wines and Li. Best ia " 1 7M. "JM Ty -- LOUISVILLE NATIONAL BANKING COMPANY oH::oHww:: Xtfi&tti4fo t i STOCK YARDS BAN "?i ..-- - yi-fbDj N. E, Cor. Fifth and Market. T - Tf. I - fWTlTT.Tr I CiT TATT I r I1MTIII to-tja- v - Real Estate and Loans hoPM$j; f .'? .... p 'wra' ii n '' I , .",.,,,,, -- " - '; '. 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St 1 Pattjcfr: atlnee 25c MuItiiilk'Uymiatc ' SltgXSSi )MHM i rRDJAND j$fotzgef JEF RSON. PT& Illi- INKHIM 1' i 1 - i"' A lias Greatly Complicated SitHHtiOII. lie. March 17, ." FOR THAT .i.u". Agcnj tr Many Years ncuine, th Solo Owner and General ' Mnnfcr. the position o of the Grand An 1841- EASTER SUIT SEE J. USE STERNBERG & CO. CLEARING HOUSE NEEDED HING SPECIALISTS you must use good judgement in deciding what firms to put your faith in. We want you to realize that the accumulative strength of twenty-fiv- e years of continued effort give us greater ability to render real service to the clothing buyers of Louisville; The woolen markert has already (Another evidence ol thb increased partlcliKition o leading Catholics in dealing with Kho social problems la furnished by .the report of tho Call fornia State Commission on Imm- cratlon 'md HousinK. Of this, corn J. Kev. "Edward mission night Hanna, D. D., of San Francisco, is as Vico President. Unemployment far as State action is concerned presents two distinct aspects: First, Uio immediate alleviation of Buffering and. want, a charity problemj second, There is so much exageration in ad-yertisi- ng -- demonstrated its ascending prices, and J Ml ' tta lis Known tnat ciotmng prices win respondingly increase in the near .. 1 1 1 ire. r'e feel that it is to your advantage ly now. m i ! OVERCOATS!; sold now at 25 per cent below also showing the full line of jring Models. manufacture. Lifn sn'n Kxcluftive ClotliPN Shop. nmi i a i m t Last .map '2SKSS ice. uihii 7 p. m. ?ASTKR FURNISHINGS SKK SUCCESSOR TO A. SCHULER W. GOSS STS. OGO.Y MERCHANT TAILOR ig, Hats, Caps and Furnishings For'Men and Boys N. W. COR. SHELBY ANftfJEFFERSON i,C;ty3l01 Gnmb. Soutk IDUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. JNCOnrOItATED., HIGH GRADE COAL Office and Yards , Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue J ((05 Aa City 1016 OAXI, Cmb. Miiu ft i ALLEN TAXIOAB OO. TAXIOAB8 AKD TOURING CARS ' '. SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT. 06 K. CKK&TNUT ST. LOOISVILLK, KT. Goto Herbs Heal The Sick MtM It M fAiieinwrfnijiwt h,1 fc.etWt lU ot lU fiM ' fir K It CoM-f- tta MONUMENTS We have just received live car toad of Monuments ia price from $75.00 to $300.09 aad which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please elva t a call at our warereems, 62$ S: Ik(Mtvif, nut f rd cut for I j HsrU V Mft, t Mb wjr ww. J6trM Mcbllmaster wn MMt 1 IM rroftMteai ,11 vert Tit o4, ',prpu vr. rm lee. let w a4 Bert my etfattM. Tkee aafioe ImmUm . 4ftMMrturfcMlfc "at of ; lMttUawi m Jko tick a4 yy"dloaM frwb JUote & )" U, tb Oo4 a fci wott m4 tiroes, I MtA few, iwMt, riita I toft Weeeera Dm. Kv ail. Fleet Tee VuryFlnt IllMmtHif. VbilitlhtfUffittiUalMt (riaMMwMU naunl lapvrttMk. LWWM MM doM Third Street. Ktw tkM. wiAdMfvl MiklMi MMnmt Ct MAYOR OP BUBUX. M. IKM) UMMH HMO liMMkmna wtokll farttoM.. elected Lord Mayor ot Dublin, a brother aw ,ord lleyor Juoa OaHmalier OtM been bs the in One of the efficient men con1819. nected with tho present city adminAL.BAJSTY. Bishop O'Connor yas thirty-thre- o the istration is Roy "W. Burks, the First years old when he was consecrated, great numbor or our migratory and casual workers we must devise somr Assistant City Engineer, he having August 15. 1843, ten of which had been spent In the missionary Held machinery for obtaining immedlato of his adopted State, the last two as knowledge of opportunity for labor, Vicar General of Western Pennsyland then spread that Information vania His first care as Bishop was without charge when and whore It 'he establishment will reach those out of work; then of parochial schools for tho 2G 000 Catholics wo muist gather data ns to thoso unemployed, showing their experiommitted to his care; then camp ence, ability, trustworthiness, etr ho pstabllslunent of St. iMlchnol'e The most popular Seminary in his own house In 1S44, in and put it within reach of proswith the Rev. Dr. R. A. Wilson as pective employers. In this field the world. Easy to cleaRfCOoks quickly. His next thought was President pmate enterprise hns broken down f consumes the least if a ratholic paper to vindicate completely. Tho multiplicity of "athollr truih and as a weapon of private employment agencies complipossible amount of gas. opieuso aganiBrrj enumjupg nR cates the situation; there 1b no one It is made to last. place to which a man might apply as today Being a 'o ibtaln a list of available Jobs; it learning, speaking and 2jBaaaaaaaaaVlBaoHlBaaaaaaaaaaaHP?sBar Is conceivable that a man might nglish. Irish, French. "v gister with one agent wlillo his ierhV Italian and Spanish, he de- m the hands of another agent is Idpd to assume editorial change ty or thirty feet away Private personally, and on March 10. 184 4 215 WEST MARKET STREET, les must charge fees, whjch the or the Pittsburgh the first "JSJBTuently identified with the ''atholie number eedy are hnrdly in a position was published hy P. F. ch rise and fall ijflr bright ns and drafting of our pres Boylnn as imanagcr and proprietor. sewerage system, An extract from Bishop O'Connor's T , decrease d. 'ent Improved Tu-T,- ... ons ... which now ranks with any city In first leading editorial is worthy of conspirac tho country for completeness. Mr. reproduction, for It is quite aa find Inh hoss . rnnitlt- - Burks is a prominent Democrat and applicable to the present day as to aw ridiculous labor turnover can always be found on the firing the time In which he wrote, seventy-on- e years ago. He wrote ness In many occupations. We line In every campaign. "Within the last few years our iice th a' private agonrles should .1 Kf'Kr.ltftON'S KKMGION. enemies have banded together and However, be further regulated. what bounds have they placod to regulation will only curb flagrant ''fhomasJefforson's Attitude To- their denunciations? We have been abuses it will not supply that one 713-71- 5 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Z absolute requisite a common clear- wards Religion" is an Illuminating represented as eiiomles to God and Tilphaa$ Ccnb., S. 29Si. HtiM, City 2188. houso of labor Intelligence. article reecntly written by Dr. traitors to the country. The foulest ing 'OC":-$'e0- $ Private agenclos are" competitive; it James 0". Walsh Contrary to pop- crimes which Cod denounces In his is part of tho game for one to keep ular opinion, ho was not an atheist sacrod oracles are stated to be our We aro hts knowledge he others. or a scoffer at all religion. We may most cherished dogmas from Knowledge of demand or. supply, say that ho did not oven ' reject held up to the world as meditating jln Us niopt helpful form, can be sup Christianity, iispecally the Cctlvln-isti- c designs systematically destructive ufj plied only by tho State. This Is as fonm of 'it. "It would be more our most cherished Institutions We legitimately a piece of public work pardonable,'1 he said, "to believe in are accused of maWng religion a as is the supplying of weather no Cod than to blaspheme htm by veil for lap most doadly treachery. crop statistics, soil surveys, tho atrocious attributes of Calvin." Our private morals are attacked. knowledge of foroign markets, Or. Walsh JnfornSs .'Us that "while The most vile Insinuations are made 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, methods of cultivation and tho like. thero Is no doubt that Thomas Jef- ugatnst itho most consistent and Our only Tho act to create free public labor ferson was deeply Influenced by the virtuous among us exchanges in Unglnnd was passed In French encyclopedists and lloubBoau. course then Is .to enter the lists, and 190!) tho charity of At it he expiration of flo there are, as Whltelnw Reld. our without forgetting years there were, 130" employment! late Ambassador to England, tho gospel, to vindicate its truth, f.t shall bo our duty to enlighten ig exchanges in (jperntlon. These exIn hlB article on Thomas Jefrjno:Mi3e?;. changes with their branches are so ferson in American and English norance, no unravel sophistry, to distributed that any man out of studies, no good grounds for tho ex probe to tho bottom the charged Homo City SOOS Guinb. Main 200S.U work can "fllo his . application for aggerated expression so common as mado against our holy faith, and to 't I 4 HH-11HH11H1 H Hwork by traveling not more than to his athelsmi rir rulflctlnn nf nil ri. show to mien the vile calumnies and misrepresentations by five miles. This same convenience ltglon;' and abov.. all, not the slight unfounded Is at tho disposal of the employer. est ruabon ror tiunKing mat ho nad whinh they are excited to hate us. Germany has between 400 and (" given up faith in immortality and a Calumny may recoil on Its authors MHmvtUMUnMVUHlVUVHMUMWUHWWmVHVUVVH municipal exchanges which - find hereafter of rewnrd and punishment, and many may be led to . discover nOSfcEniONIiSS CUMBERLAND MAIN 307X-- y Jobs for over ti million inon and with the universe ruled over by a tho unsoundness of the fabric that Is propped up by such unworthy women a year. Cod who exacted obedience to the The bureau should bo under a promptings of right and Wrong jOilch means." The Cdthollcs of the dioceso commission, the members of which every man has In his breast" It is represent labor, tho employer and well known, as noted by iRcld. that hailed the new publication with de5 the -- general public. Only then cin Thomas Jefferson once asked James light and gave t it a willing support. Tho clorgy were among Its It bo successful. A labor trans- Madison whether he considered it action involves two elements thn possible that tho 'liberties of a na- Wrongest advocates and the paper applicant and fh employer. Tnless tion could bo thought, secure when, prospered from the start. Emthe bureau possess the unqualified we have removed tholr only finm ployed as compositor from the first confidence of both It Is doomed to basis- - conviction In tho minds of Issue was Jacob Porter, a bright failure from the start. A one-ma- n the people that these llbontlos are of young man and a convert to tho mMWMMUHVmMMUUWtVnl1MHUVHVMMtW1 bureau could not win his confidence: tho gift of Cod.'' Tho following let- faith. In July, 1S47, ho formed a supervised by a representative of ter, written by Thomas Jefferson a partnership with Henry McNaugh-to- n and the firm of J. Porter & Co. labor, It would bo suspected by the year boforo his death, breathes n employer; directed by a nominee of deep religious spirit, even a belief purchased tho interest of Mr Boy-Ia- n. They published the paper tho employers it would sot be pat- in the Catholic doctrine of tho .comronized by the men. H Is consid- munion or saints. It was written to until 1850, whon Mr. Porter, who had been Its guiding spirit from the" ered of prime importance that the the eon of an old friend: labor exchange be controlled and 'Your affectionate and excellent first, became sole owner and manmanaged by representative commit- father has requested that T would ager. Ho enjoyed the entire confiAL. S. SMITH, PROP. dence of Bishop O'Connor and when tees in which labor and capital can address you something which m!gl possibly have a. favorable Influenco the latter resigned his see, May 23. hare equal confidence. upon the course of life you have, to I860, to enter iho Society of Jesus, JAl'AN'S DOMINICAN CONVICT. run; and J, too, as a namesake, feel one of his greatest 'regrets was tho an interest In tho Course. Few words severing of 'his editorial connections Japan will toon have a convent of will bo necessary, with good dispo- with, the paper he had founded. BOTH PHONES 810, 'In Ma j", 1889, after an active Dominican nuus. After having sitions on your part. Adore God, years studied the Japanese language for reverence and cherish your Barents, newspaper career of forty-fiv- e $om months, Mother Mary Thomas love your neighbor as yourself and as a pioneer In Catholic Journalism, . will shortly sail from Saa Francisco your country more than yourself. Porter transferred his interests to for Xanila, There she will decide Bo Just, be true. Murmur not the the Catholic Publishing Company, where to locate the mother house ia ways of tProvldence. So shall the under the Presidency of Jeremiah Japan. On the same steamer will be life In which you have entered be Dunleavy, Jr., but continued his conalso six Spanish Dominican fathers, the porta" to one of etenwl and 'In- nection with the paper until a year HATS CLEANED AND PRESSED destined" for miiwtons In the Orient. effable Mine. And if to tho dead It before his death In his eighty-thin- ! is permitted to care for the things year. January 14, 1908. VATICAN TAKKS ORPHANS. of thle 'World, every action of your Lent Devotional Book life will be tinder my regard Farel'ltAISHWOKTIIV. well! Year Milan Hemp and Paaana Pope.Bendlct taut fliUurder Thomas Jefferson. MonralBK Cardi, Prayer oa Back , Bring a Hate (rem last a letter to' Cardinal Metro The new theater movement, which Printed la English or Gtrmas Language, to us and we will claa, dye fJasparri, Vitpal Beeretarr of fH&9, FAMOUS COKXAUOIIT RANGBRS. ia nothing hut a cemmuntty Idea, is growing: into a bljnovehient in New Picture ScpoIar Medals, Resariei, and reshape them ia the lateM entruiitlnr him wMieut limit to apriRg styiea. uur price The Connaught Rangers were York. The fr'ah Theater Is not o Prayer Boeki. supervise the work of nd M cering'tor the phildren made orohana originally called the "Devil's Own" well established trot hack oC it ia a Every Devotional Article oa Head. 75c and $1.00 by the eerthquake. 'Homes are to because of their 'rascality, but their national spirit thai will' make it be given such orphans without dis superb flghtliic In the Peninsular! endure. The aim to have a thaajer TaJrtyve uw atylea te select Ifeu, crimination and they are to be wr cnangea ia term irom one oi Tor Iriik people, where' Irish plays Church Goods Co. Falls City Straw and educated and records are reproach to one of honor. At will he produced by iTrMt 'asters, reared rand at Badajee . eeene a .very natural " aid .praiseto be qbteined showing tkeir pair-- Fuearea d'Os 713 W, North Side. ia S. FOURTH AVE. 1 worthy Wee, aajMslnv 'ftury. eatajHK titer fovtJU down wages? Iff wo would be of service to -- tho ultlmato or industrial solution, looking toward tho elimination ol unemployment. The report of tno California Commission deals mainly with the latter problem and among tho recommendations mado "the labor exchange" plan is of basic importance. Today the man out of a Job may answer an advertisement in some newspaper, wander from placn to place seeking employment or apply to a private employment agent for a Joo. If he Tends a newspaper advertisement, how Is he to "know that the demand has not been satif fled over and over again? Indeed how is ho to know that the purposo of the advertisement la aot 'to fln tho local .market with men, to multiply tho fees to the agent and keep William Tyler conseerawd first Cfcnn , in Ulshop of Hartford Baltimore Cathedral Wlie Right Itcv. Benedict . Jp5nm Fenwick, Derby, Vt., Juno 5, J'80G; ordained in Pentecost we3k, 18:28;. died June 18, 1849. March 18, 18CI 4)cath of tho Rev. Edward McGean, uncle of the Right Rev. Monslgnor James H. Mefioan, rector of St. Peter's church, Now York; ordainod December 23, 1854: chapfain of Old Mount St. Vincent and pastor of St. Augustine's church. Sing Sing, whore his remains rest near the church. March 19, 1874 Jesuit parish of tho Sacred Hoart, Augusta, Ga., established by tho Right Rev. Ignatius W. H. Gross, C. SS. R,. Bishop of Savannah; cornerstone of first church laid June C; dedicated November 30. 1874. March 20, 182C Death at his res idence in New York, In his sev year, of Thomas Stoughton. early Now York mer Snanlsh chant and Importer. Consul for thirty years, and gen erous contributor to old St, Rotor's church in Barclay street oirrr-L--bcftn-i- - --The BISHOP WROTE FIRST EDITORIAL Tailors Who Always Make Your Suits to Suit. Suits Prom $18 Up. Phone City 3655. 526 W. MARKET ST. enty-eigh- th HOY V. ItURICS. (By James A. Rooney, L.L. D. In tho early history of tho dio- CITX 1700-- 7 MAIN 07 cese o'f Pittsburgh, Which dates from August 8, 1843, somo events of special interest to Catholics are to be noted. One Is the foundation of the first house of tho In America by Father BROOK AND MARKET. Probst In Pittsburgh In 1839, ante dating tho dtoceso. It was there We can save you money by trading with us. Give us a trial that tho vpnerahle John Noumann, afterward Bishop and we can prove it For prices see Evening Post and Times. of Philadelphia, was tho first to Our goods are fresh and quality guaranteed. Join that order. Another Is the foundation In Pittsburgh in 1843 of We bake daily a full line of bread and pastry. th.e first convent of the Sisters of Delivery to all parts of city. Mercy in America, wnore Ann Eliza Tlernan. daughter of the woalthv banker, Michael Tlernan, became ASK YOUR GROCER FOR 'he first postulant of tho dauchters of Mother MCauloy In America, as Bister Mary Xavler. A third Is tho founding In Pittsburgh by Bishop Michael O'Connor, March 1G, 1844, bf the iPlttsburgh Catholic, now one of the five Catholic papers surviving of the many published In the United States during the first half or tho vBbbK. 4saBHSBT3a3!jPflB9rRr'ft) last century, the others being tho Catholic Telegraph, of Cincinnati, founded In 1831; the Boston Pilot, & in 1837: tho Freeman's Journal, in 1840, and the Irish American in BUTTON BROS. Nopo-muco- ne wmw aammmmV EUREKA The QUALITY Flour JOHN li. SHINE CO. NEW IND. QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE 'Si' cooking'evice fcSserfectJ-- S , GEHER & SOJNT "iPwSisa ln' UK. J. 1. ktiAWK i fecial Veterinary Infirmary. ee"et llEfOUGHERTY ft McELUOTTf and Embalmers -- Funeral Directors es both J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. McaJLa. I f 8321 EtgJt street. , I'QRAN W. SMITH'S SON- Funeral Director and Embalmerf 'eaeeasye0a2 i,809 For WEST JEFFERSON STREET.! t?,fyJ0Wff ed rauns -- Rogers 1 Jeefe,' Wrlw j Lr'JUT' , m'.iv' 'i Jr &: T.df&' '4 M . . .C " n $ ltfljiSte .. . ,.''. ABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS aders of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly tcd to patronize advertisers whose announcement ev find in these colums. We aim to protect our read ers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. PHOTOGRAPHS. J u j - j f T1TI-- J PJUK8T. BMEBBWwWBBJBwaBiWBrWWj wvvvftj, "Sb7 BBcflS&RSnaSaBBBBBHBBiHBBBE SHALE BRICK MADE BY Co. Clny Product are the BEST BRICK MADE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY for Sales Office: 1910 Intcr-SoutBldg. STEl'THNS' STUDIO, (Joral Itldgo iBBil HkHaHiwilfflE8iB -- ,. aA 'mHH M EbOBIB 65 Foaith Aveaae, Both Phones. Bteffens' Photographs Speak Themselves. h, NEW ALBANY BRANCH CELEBRATED Vlnccnnas and Oak Streets EXTRA DRAT WURST ACCESSORIES AUTOMOBILE SATURDAT8 WK0NESDAT8 AND VULCANIZING DISTRIBUTORS X P. SOXXWAHCEX CO. Incorporated Federal Tires 923 GEIQER STREET FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. 1802 and 377 Home Phone J 101 East Broadway Cumb. Phono Main 877 ASX TOT? ZXEAXXS BBaaaHHK:9H mllllfllll aSBsaaV&ffiSBHHHHniBBSiSiBBHaKiSPJ f'??MiiHB HBBBHuHSa&BKSSHBQBiBHHEMSnSHffi's'SnBnlHH There is lhthe midst of us a man little appreciated, too Often llttlp Jove'd, and sometimes frightfully calumniated, and yet who Is, nevertheless, just tho one (man who Is most worthV of the roverenco and confidence of all. This nian Is the Catholic priest the consoler of all who suffer, and the friend of all the friendless; and It is against him that the scoffing and the irreligious, enemies of God nnd of society, constantly endeavor to .prejudice the minds of men. The priest is attacked In this manner only because he is the minister of God The man who would have no God, would also have no priest; and knowing that ho. Is powerless to Impose silence mM FEHR atK BREWING CO jxmroRATEn K ermBaJSWJC. in ffriT mim A' az upon TOK IT Free Service ENGRAVERS BCI1L1CH sail ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky W. Main St., i Home Phone City B674 AUTOMOBILE TIRES I EC LLC Puncture Proof pneumatic TIDFC KL 3 700 W. BROADWAY BAGS. Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour MIIIb, Grain Dealers, Produce Men, Fertilizer, sliced bacon price Ice, etc. Write "AH Ready for Your Griddle In the Dried drain. you may want In for Sack on anything' the Morning" line. HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE-LOUISVILLJ. S. WALKER & Co., 211 W. Main Street, Louisville, Ky. PROVISION CO. Long Distance Telephone Connections - (Incorporated.) "SOUTHERN STAR" STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. SHOE REPAIRING AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING COMPANY 111 West Market Street Home Phone, City 6381 Xoalvill, Ky. Old Shoei Made Hew, Work Done While Ton Walt. Foundry and Mnchino Shop. GRAINGER AGO., Incorporated Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. ORGANIZATION OF IRISH LIAMKNT. SOUR MASH N CO., .IKON PURE RYE Tudor the present homo rule bill Incorporated Louisville, Ky. the Irish Houses of Parliament will 809-81- 8 W. Mala street. be organ lied as follows: The Irish Parliament shall consist BRINT0N B. DAVIS CASKETS AND of the King, a Senate and n House AROIUTECT of Commons. Senate, forty members; UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. House of Commons, 1G4 members. Fellow American Institute of (Wholesale Only.) A Peer may be a membor of either Architects NATIONAL CASKET CO., 1000-201- 2 Building house of the Irish Parliament, and Incorporated nn Irish Minister can speak in either Cumb. M. 1023 house, but can only vote in thnt to Home City 1449, KieTCatb and Mngoxlno Street. hlch hi' belongs. If the two Irish HOME KILLED MEATS DISTILLERS. houses disagree a joint sitting will STATE FAIR MEAT MAllKET be hold, tho vote of the majority deJOHN T. BARBEE & CO., ciding the issue. Incorporated A Full Iilno of Fancy Groceries The Senators shall In the first in720-73- 0 W. Main Street. stance be nominated by tho Imperial Both Phones Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee, Government, each Senator holding Call and Give Us An Order J. C. W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Regofllee, for five years. Afterward they 82. Phones Main istered Distillery No. WE SELLFOR CASH will bo elected by tho four prpvinces 2586-A- ; City E253 as separate constituencies, the term PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.V or odlee beliiK still five years, and CONSTRUCTION CONCRETE TRACTORS by a dissolution. Tho unaffected II. W. NEWMAN CONCRETE BLOCKS Senatorial repiesentatives of tho COLUMNS, ART STONE Contracting Enslneor, Steam and provinces will be as follows: Ulster, fourteen: Lolnster, eleven; Munster, Hot Water Heating and Estimates on All Classes of Work nine; Connacbt, six; total, forty. For Sanitary Plumbing Both Phones the election of Senators tho principle Homo Office: 410 Second Street Ventral Concrete A Construction Co. of proportional representation shall LOUISVILLE, KY. 961 Hamilton Avenuo apply, each elector hnving one transferable voto. HITTER-HENNING- S CO. COLUMBIA LAUNDRY For election to therr'sh House of Receivers and Shippers of Hay and Commons the present Parliamentary SERVICE THE GEM OF Grain. Manufacturers of Shnr-Ploc- jt constituencies will be used subject to Poultry and Stock Feeds tho merging of tho boroughs of Gal-waPhone and Our Driver Will Call Kilkenny and No wry in their Shawneo 444" and West 212. Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed respective counties. The borough Chas, A. Cyphers' New Buffalo 2105-211- 1 Garland Avenuo and county representation will be as Incubators and Brooders ARTHUR W. HYNDMAN, Manager. follows: Boroughs r ublin, oleven, LOUISVILLE, KY. IRON AND HEAVY HARDWARE. Carriage sad Wagon Woodwork and ITardworo TQDD-DONIGA- THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H CO. INCORPORATED Scene in Jack Lait's "Help Wanted," Famous Broadway Svccess. PAR- It failed to extend protection to the bull, for that was in sympathy with the spirit of the age, but how it came to leave the dog also outside its provision wo do not know Still It was Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Main St. Intcr-Southe- rn animal protection. There being no societj to enforce the law It was inoperative. In 1824, Mr. Martin and some other friends of animals organized the society that later has become knowtr the world over as tho Royal S. P. C. A. He was born in Dublin in 1754, and died In Boulogno at the age of seventv-nln- e. PATRICK'S St DAY MATINKK. a beginning, a great beginning, lirfct legislation evor enacted, so aB wo know, in modern times, the far for Fay-Mu- s, thai stands out In bold rolief to every Irishman, a day of celebration, alday of rejoicing and of recreation. e As AVednesday Is not a regular day at tho Gayety Theater, Manager Taylor has arranged for a St Patrick's day matinee, n thleh time there will ho given Jack llatt's famous play, "Help Wonted,' t(hlch will be shown for the first time in Louisville, for a weok, tomorrow nfternoon. "Help WantedftAs with tho business man mot-liiespe-Hal n Pntrick's day, is the one day , AXXMIO&X Incorporated Tel. City 7147 Bronze, Brass and Aluminum Cast-Model XaUar and Machine tatfs. Work. Bath Boom Mxtnres and Stove Castlxff mekel Flated and Polished. Brass Beds and Jardinieres XiBfis of Old Metal Ware Made Hew. All JAMES A. McGItiL. Becy-Trea- s. and Oen'l Mgr BRASS WOXXS & lI.A.TIHO C. tH E. JEFFERSON Mer. II. Qerrard, Pres. & Gen'l Vtce-Pres John Hardy, AMXKXOAX IROH WOBXS Incorporated IJOILER MAKERS MACHINISTS Oeneral Jobbing Bepolrs Oxyscn Weldlnir. Cutting and Brazing. Plato Metal Work and Steel Construction. AUTO REPAIR SHOP 8611 Phones Main 411, East 145, Citygy. SoalsviUe, 834 r.. Mala St. THE EXPERIENCE OF THE BEST iNHTltUOTION IN DRESSMAKING "The Pinco Wbcro Old Clothes Are Mado to Look Like Now." SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. CO S" A Is Tours At Thn QUEEN CITY SEWING SCHOOL Armstrong Bulldlng-Thlrand Walnut d Safe Conservative Place for AimSES YOUNG PEOPLE. Ctu-cinna- ti. a Working Man's Savings is to Deposit same in The Savings Department of the Illllf 1 TRUST "Eugenics ts tainted with the materialistic spirit of tho age, placing the spiritual and moral advantages business. of children in the background. should debar the feebleHUMANITY MARTIN. Sf W. COR. FIFTH & MARKET. minded, the insane, the degenerate ami drunkards from marrying, not A fine Irish gentleman was Richard on the ground of eugenics, but Martin, the member from On! way, in incapable of doing the British Parliament, in tho year are THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT their duty toward their children In 182Q. They told him he couldn't do regard to moral sand religions train- It persuade Parliament to pass leging. islation for tho legal protection of "'Race suicide is one 6f the most certain animals. Richard Martin degrading and 'deplorable evils of waB not used to being told ho KKaTCCTl d progressive age. ' couldn't do things. Generally when otir "Cortalu districts should not be his Irish heart set out for a thing tolerated, It got It. Nine years before, in the "There are asoectri of hygiene Houso of Lords, Lord Ersklne, pro1ms whjclt must treated with the posing similar legislation, liad been greatest reserve and prudence." laughed down, had taken his seat amid Jeers and cat calls. The memRKLIO OF MANGER. ber from Galway was made of different stuff. Someone jeered at hint Ad tta late aid aw Sty Im ad Saapt ' The relic of the sacred tuaugtr In from the rear when he Introduced his foanjJ here at nsMaabl price. which he TnfaiM Jesus lay In the a bill. H immediately challenged tho stable of Bethlehem two boards, unknown offender to a duel. The of1H length each about two are fender was g&d to kep silence. The preserved, in t. Mar3 Majors Wit hung lire, hut was passed in Basilica In Rome. TUy rr now 182. It was very moderate. It enclosed In a large ftjver r b4 ssked bat Mtt) on behalf of animals. exposed for yeneratias at Chrlstms. We can wore easily hew o. It pays Three per cent Compound Interest and your principal is safe. Small Banks for free distribution. It also rents boxes in its Safety Vault from $3.00 and up per annum. It also does a general Trust Archbishop Henry Moeller, of in his Lo iten pastoral letter, read in all the churches Inst Sunday, gives special advice to young pHple considering marriage and declares the Catholic attitude toward certain social problems of thc day. Hero are excerpts; "Do not marry too young. Wo do not bellevo that a girl should marry before eighteen, or a young man before ho is at least twenty-one- . "In marrying, young people should seek not so anuch their temporal as their spiritual welfare, "Persons contemplating marriage should have sufficient guarantee that they possess the ordinary means of supporting themselves decontly and of providing a respectable home for themselves and their offspring. "We believe that the whole doctrine of the modern eugenists is untenable and unreliable. The laws of eugenics are by no moaiiB established. happy combination of laughs, thrills and opograms with a really beautiful love story and a play especially appealing to the girl or the office, and should not be overlooked by her mother Tho usual habit of advancBelfast, ' fourteen; Londonderry, ing ihe price of admission On holitwo; Cork, four; Limerick, two; days Is done iway with on this ocWnterford, one; total, thirty-foucasion, and every seat for this Counties Ulster, matinee will be twenty-fl- e cents. thirty; Munster, thirty; Con- The curtain rise promptly at nacbt, thirty-fivtotal, 128. Dublin a: 15. University, two. Grand total, 1C4. In any constituency returning rOLLBGH OF CARDINALS. three or more members the election Tho College of Cardinals, when shall be held on tho prlnclplo of proportional representation, each elector filled, numbers seventy members; at having ono transferable voto. Those present It contains only sixty, and of constituencies arc: Dublin, three these forty-on- e worocreated by Plus divisions, nine members; Belfast, X. and nineteen by ico XIII. For three divisions, twelve members: the first time in many centuries tho Cork, orio division, four' members. clearly outnumber tho Dublin cauntv, two divisions, si? Italian Cardinals, for even counting monibers. Cardinal Falconlo among the latter, This Parliament shall have powor iJMiongh he Is nn American citizen, to make laws for the peace, order there are thirty-on- e to and good government of Irelnnd Tho twonty-uinItalians, divided as, folsupreme power and authority of tho lowssix, Parliament of tho United Kingdom French. h!n, Spaniards, rive, Amerishall romaln unaffected In respect to cans, three; from England, Germany all persons, matters and things in and Portugal, two each, and one ouch The Imperial Parliament from South America. Canadn, IreIreland ran at any time nullify or amend an land, Holland and Belgium. act of iho Irish Parliament. Tho Lord Lieutennnt of Ireland DISOWNS BIGOTS. shall givo or withhold his assent to In a recent letter Irish bills subject to the advico of to tho Little His Majesty's Ministers in London. Hock Gazette, Rev, A, ,H. Poppe The Irh?h representation at West- says: minster 103 under the net of "As pastor of the only Lutheran union Is to be reduced more thnn church in the city, I have been much Unless and until the Par- annood lately by telephone calls liament of the United Kingdom other- regarding tho lectures against the wise determines the following pro- Catholic cr.urch uuder the auspices vision shall prevail: Knights of Luther of the After the day of the first meeting organization. This organization has of tho Irish Parliament the number nbholutely no connection with the of members to be returned by con- Lutheran church, und to the best of stituencies In Ireland to serve In the my knowledge no members of the Parliament of the United Kingdom Lutheran congregation belong to ,no university re- this party. I am absolutely against shall bo turning a member. the mode and manner of conducting1 The constituencies returning these such" lectures and of sailing under members nre thus divided: Boroughs false colors. A. H. Poppe, Dublin, three; Belfast, fourpCprk, "First German Evangelical Lutheran one. Counties Ulster, eleven; LolnChurch, Little Rck." ster, olght; Munster, nine; Connaqht, six. Total, forty-twTILICKERAY ANECDOTE. y, 6iidhisffl!9Htir!(-rr-i9-laldHone of New York's skyscrapers, and Is a r. forty-thre- e; Loln-sto- r, e; uori-Itnll- an non-ltalla- t) Anstro-Ilungarlan- s, one-hal- f. forty-two- "'o Hgaftiv&Eis njuch-vnunte- ft A London correspondent tells an anecdoto which he .offers as a solace to the minds of Irishmen who have found it hard to forget or forgive Thackeray's "The aiattlo of Limerick." When on his first visit to Ireland Thackoray took a drive on a Dublin car some distance into the country. Milestones had recently been erected along the roads, and on each wbb printed tho number of miles, with the letters "0. P. 0.." distance being measured from the General Pof. Office, Thapkeray was unawaro of this and, in his thirst ior Information, asked tbe carman what tho letters meant, Tho prompt Teply was: "God preserve OXJonnell." Thackeray what he was 'told and printed it in hie hook, but the incident onl)' appeared in. the first edition. ed undrtd Kelt batter sad sugar together sad give until ehll veaslU, Very saay and sure rme4fv o i CROUP. " this Inconvenient preacher of tho divine law he seeks to expel him, or at least rob him of the confidence of men in order to paralyze his ministry was The priest sent to his brethren by Jesus Christ, oven as Ho Himself was sent. "Even as my Father hath sent one." said Jesus to the apostles, his first priests, "I also send you!" Jesus vaa sent to save the world by the sacrifice of Him self, to enlighten It by his teachings, nnd to console It by his morcy. And (incorporated) thus He sends . his prlestB to save. Thirty-Firs- t Instruct, console and sanctify thoir Street. brethren; or rather. Ho Himself by means of his priests Ills Are Brewing and Bottling Bcpr Especially for Family Upev Ordt fulfills divine and boneficlent mission, a Case for Your Home. Mr speaking bv their mouth and develTELEPHONES: Home Cumb. Wul G3. oping by dheir sarred ministry his d line life in the midst of men. MinLIFE SAVER (Light) isters of God though thoy are, priests SALVATOR (Dark) are however, men Therefore hey aro not perfect Still more, thoy Home Phone ran if forgetful of helr- holy voca- Cumb. Phone West 191 TH- Etion fall like the rest of us Into serious faults; but their priestly character is no less worthy of our reverence and we should always carefully distinguish between the man and the priest. KTCORI OX&T&n Weakness and error aro proper to man, and wo must condemn them in tho priest as In all other men, but tho ministry of souls, the "duty of teaching the law of God, tho powor of administering holy things, ot celebrating ana'ss, of absolving from Sojd at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, cxcelkottewr sin, in ono word the faculties of tho GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. priesthood, are proper to the priest as tho representative of God and are Independent of the virtue or JOHN B. FRANK negligence of him who holds this sacred trust. We should not forgot tTiat there was one Judas among tho twelve apostles; and when wo reflect on human weakness we have reason to thank God that thero are so few priests forgetful of their duties and unworthy of their vocation. Let men say what they please, thero Is 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 one fact which is perfectly apparent TELEPHONE 209 and perfectly JjOOTSVUiLOD, ET.i undonlnble. Our prleBls aro, notwithstanding tho many imperfections imputed lo them IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE and which aro almost always exaggerated, far bettor than other men. They are more charitable rto the unfortunate, they lend a purer life- - a more virtuous life. allfo more In conformity with the law of God SATISFIES THAT LONGING. than are the lives of those who surround them and who often cry out mow loudly against them. In fact how can holr life be defined if not INCORPORATED as one of devotion, and PHONE LOUISVILLE. KY. CJTY 859. good works? By teaching our people and our children . to fear,.QojLJg Invo Him T ana to serve mm, no thoy not con stitute thcnnselves' the most ef fectual, the only effectual gunrdianB of innocence and virtue? Where Is tho father or the mother who would be unwilling that the priest should tell the child to be pure, to shrink from evil, to be dutiful and obedient. to fulfill all duties and to pray to God in ono word, to be a Christian and a Catholic? 'Where Is tho man who would fear to have such counsel given to his wife? And Is it not pure wickedness to call such salutary influence a nvoddllng in family affairs? People sometimes complain that the priest lives like a recluse, shut out from society Who is to blame? Is It not vthe fault of society Itself which by listening to false insinuations builds up a wall against tho priest, or hy potty s renders it impossible to go among his people as ho would wish to oftentimes? Mon of "the world, so indulgent, so SKLIM'ONKTITUTKD CRITICS. forbearing to themselves, when prorMUfiDSTCc nouncing their strictures on the In our publications there nre varypriest becomo suddenly transformed Tho into tho most severe and rigorous ing degrees of excellence.countrypaper ma of Louisville's I WSStsr Sates' Of mankind Let him do what he fromonp section of tho will, they are never at a loss for Hot be very interesting to a render something to condemn; if ho be In artotlior section, Just as tho dally so genial, conversational and at ease In paper from another city is not pasociety, thoy say he is fond o tho interesting as one's own home 10c Cigar per: but It Is doing God's work world and has mistaken his vocation; "If on the contrary ho is grave among its own people and spreading A. anil reserved, they pronounce him Catholic truth. Yet there are critics who imagine that frigid and Insufferable, What Is tho their Ideas are tho Inst moaning SC Cigar minister of God to do In the midst of such extremes? He must do ex- about tho glories that hnvodoparted can see no good In nny and who The cigars without as qullp quifl actly what he does patiently Uana-at- ; the foolish and contradictory paper but their own. Tho Pilot, and flavor. e for tbe may. ft and the Boston. accusations from which ho has to tale at all dupensrs of satokrs. suffer; he must do the right in the LIGHT YOUR CORNER. sight of God, give to the world the light of a pure example and' save the CO. There is a fablo of a candle souls of men by a noble lifo of true was not which sulked because it , . MAOXB Light of tho Cross. given a place on tho dlnnor-tablbut was set off In a. dingy corner. SEVENTH ST., NEAR MARKET JNVEXTKD BY CATHOLICS. There are some people" like this They would be glad to Catholics invented tho barometer, candle. MXMK-M-H- : conspicuous, prominent thermometer, stereoraeter, electro- shine In a they resont being placo, but called meter, microscope, hollscope, camera on to light up the dark corners. But obscUra and tho mariner's compass. remember that the corners need to They also invented the air pump, tho bo illuminated as well as other diving boll and the magic lantern. parts of the house. AYherever you To Catholics we owo photography, are, put, shine out brightly If you accentuation, church bells, clocks, are set In a corner make that corner End stained glass, artesian wells,' spec- the brightest spot in the room. tacles, organs and the steam engine. The planetary movements wore first HAD NOTHING NEW. observed by Grass', a Jesuit, The first totscover tho sun'.s For humor, combined with .brevequator was vfuRSvItch, another ity. It would not bo easy to rival the Home Phone City 4377 Jesuit. TorrlcoIH, a Catholic, was Prpneh nrleat who. unnn the fenxt of rne nrst to. discover tlto gravity of St. James the Apostle, was called the air,w while another Catholic, ? upon to pronounce a panegyric on .. i .r' i j I'ourneigri, wa ; mo-- first to i the saint. "My brethren," he said, 1734 West Mark. St. group plants Into genojja. Vlrgilius, "twelve months ago I preached a a Catholla Bishop, discovered tho eulogy, on tho eminent apostle whose sphericity of the srth. and the festival you celebrate today. As I Jesuit, Lana, wrote the first book on doubt not, you wero all Very at BROj aenai navigation. tentive to me., and as I have not HERRMANN The "Gregorian calendar" a tho learned anything now of him I have MNXTERS work of aiPope. The Catholic Cabot nothing to add to what I said at that dlscoveredrthe variation of the com- time." FINE WINES AND LHHN pass. Grlmadli. a- priest, discovered the Inflection ef light. Galvani, a Distillers and Wholesale! CAN TRUST DAD. Catholic, discovered the electrical 'ers la Flnwt Barnds 7i He may wear a greBy,hat and the science of galvanism. Abbe Hany dis teat of his pants may be shlay, but tacky Whiskies, asptcii covered tae raws ot crystallisation If a. nianV children have their iioms The first works on jurisprudence, fiatened 'anainat the window nana a science of perspective medleal art. half hour, before he is 'due homa to x BOTTLED IN anatomy, algebra and universal tya- - supper, yon can truat him with ay-lory were wrtttea by Caaoliafu 1141. yo hare. He ie.all right. thing Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. KY. Broadway and FALLS CITY BREWING CQ. 7671-7672, - hiJ . WIEDEMANN - BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. -- WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER -- JOHN F. OERTEL CO. BE SURE TO CALL FOR soU-sacrlfi- ce McKENNA WHISKY. rur. inc n IT IS ALWAYS PURE. jeal-ousi- fi McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. :sjb: i rjrun.!s: J, TARPY SPECIAL LITTLE Home-msda best-mad- on-du- re T. W. TARPY e. o, I Win. Hertei Confectioner West .. 1 - Pearl ofN! j f A- - - ka i.ja rtfr-'fi.- c "5 '"I'-i A WtV-- S Kt. mmiuini -- i IF. B. Horstman DEALERS IN- - nm & Slow of Ireland. li.;I,K)SlM TO "QUAWnKKMS." Col I Frem pi Oen. Thomas Meagher of Irish Francis Brjgarfe. A4irs i . GEO. J. BUTLER, in 359 ky; .320 H I On this day ovor thirteen hundred A gre.it Bavarian prelate of tho i West when preaching of Gorman and years ago the lurid fire of tho Druid Irish Catholics took occasion to exbegan to pale and the Gross appeared hort them to mutual love and respect. In tho kindly Irish sky. The celebraN. E. W. Irrespective of nationality. Tho 11a tion we Irishmen mako today Is the varians, said he, should especially celebration of love, of pride, of sorTry our Leading Brands of Wine and row. Wero Ireland an unfavored bear in mltid that they wero indebtod . FLOYD AND MAIN AND WALNUT Liquors and our Full Line of Imported to tho Irl3h for their Catholicity, tho country; woro It sterile, bleak, un-woro there no scenes forefathers of the present? Irish peoliobpitauie, and Domestic Cigars. Everything New plo having brought the glad tldlwra there to delight the eye rtud captivate Home Phene Home Phoxe and Clean. Home Phone City 4374. of the Gospel to Germany long centhe heart; were there no sweet val- - Home of my 0,fl W(rc CatnoUc . '76, ago. In a German work called a far back aH City 3588 turies leys, no laughing rivers; had tho City 288S years later no And thirty-sicountry no picturesquo "riavarla Sancta," this good Illsuop, Melpel m(. ut of a nasty fir. Mexico Illuminating her annals. And a for irish--who onco labored in tho diocese of Kreat names ...... 1 Of all Sack's bloodiest field Green Fifth i...i. Buffalo, gives the. history of the InOex JSX no nunruiai. "u i in""" Tr found nt ccrro Gorov troduction of Christianity into hla eloquence, no fields on which hero! Tho biggest hoss was HhlPlds. calivo country. Ikiu had fought for liberty; were U,N.fl R .'til.A ..Am tn tl.A An American Archbishop, of Irl9h just to kick un a stew 1 iiAKiirt in tne neat 01 un. uuiuu- nliloiiA sun and a blank in the.'Tween Abner. Jones and hlH man Sllko descent also intimately connected And his neighbor PonOhoo. with tho diocese, went still farthor, literature of the world even no, aa Tell y here, right squarn and now. D and said that most or tho apostles of tho place of our birth, the the place home: IVd better shack forpatriot a mother's I ilnn't want Imported Germany and Franco were Irishmen. (I where we first knew To help me keep out Home." The book alludod to, "Bavaria fcmllo and a father's blessing, we JAMIiS IUI8Y. Sanctn," gives tho names Qf the Irish should love It, bo Jealous of It, and 426 S. FIFTH STREET saints of Bavaria as follows: cling to It all tho tnoro devotedly on BOSTON CAKi: COMPANY. DEAL.J3R Agilus, Marin us, Anlanas, account of tho deprivations with s, which it hud been stricken. But our In mentioning the list of Louis- Mngnus. Marluus the youngor, Fridollnus, Killan, Colmnn, love for Ireland has 110 ' such ville's leading business concerns, tho FANCY GROCERIES, PRODUCE, FRESH MEATS to tst and Disibod, GIswold, demons, rigorous condition Cafe Company, located at Tolunn, Amor, xVrna, tvho was brothor Salust, vindicate It. Heaven has been most Boston CIGARS AND TOBACCO. AND VEGETABLES. bountiful to that land. As it came 335 West Market streot. ranks with to Alciun, tho great scholar, as some call him, Murlchoro-dachufrom the hand of God, It has all tho the foremost, this establishment, VImlus, Zimlus and Martinus rnr excollonce that makes It a ' under the management of J. C. HOME PHONE singularly (favored land. Under tv (wily) Doardman, bolng known hero These saints woro all Irish; their i3tti.iixoiTio-- i government of its own sons partial for ,nay can, as tho headquaiters history and dates of their. birth nre Htul BenerouK aa they should bo to nmj Catherine; place for many of our given at length. Ktmbirt Kitionil Atiiclatloi Ojm uti CIiimh no land would be happier, do ienjnK It la known that St. Boniface, the It citizens, tho merchants' land be inoro profitable to its gcrVed there 'dally belnp one groat spiritual father of Germany, WS&CKCiWKKKWQClOOe pie; for It has bren endowed with ot tno mngnot8, in addition to the when on his deathbed, specially serenity of cllmato B all advantages the Irish to tho favor of s service. This popular ro X ill ind wealth of soil, safe and spacious ia8 lQQQ one of tho. landmarks King Poplu. Whole logloun of Irish w harbors Indcntlnp; tho wholo circle A for years Jn the nolKhborhtod of monks omlgralcd to Germany for A of Its coast, tho more essential mln- - F0urth and Market streets, and In apostolic purposes. There existed 11 wators crala' and B0Verai years has also been monasteries peopled by Irish rollg-iou- s r in several parts of Germany and all wblcli, under a Bonlal admltustra- - identified aa a meeting place of tho France until the revolution sup- - X tlon and ravorinp laws, wouiu noi 0cal howlers. BRAND-FRAZIECOMPANY. hearing $ prosspd them. only mako it prosperous, nut givo u is greatness. that Ireland was tho prime seat of J TltmUTK. TAYLORS They buy and sell Real Estate. Make leases learning, sent thither an invitation to V. Is tho liberty or a nation a B to visit his court. It was X usurpation unlou. the menials of Sold, Hob Taylor, of Tennessee, tho scholars and take care of your property. Make ap politluil life; the painted butterflies ln ono of Ml( banquet addresses, paid the Irish monks, Clomont and John, . praisements, and arrange for Auction sales. harlequins nnd tne follow Ihk r1o'1uk tribute to Jre- - who founded the universities of Paris y of fashion, varlots, HOME PHONE 16U i and of Pa via In Italy. vaiils concur ln the claim? Give jan(l an(1 her Jeopi(.; TO I "E K JS , Tv the Iu the tlin of Charlemagne tho ! me the peoplo the democrat ..jf woro a scllij)tor I would men who till tho Holds, the men who oni.i rronl the marble my Idoa, of a namo Scotia was confined to Iroland. BOTH PHONES U05 build ships and citloB. tho men who jero, j would make It a flffuro of on Kglnhard, that monarch's secretary. X REALTY BUILDING. xx&rs&dtKMKso(K)x.xx)L)&aoa zvxx)0(.KQaQ03m&mmswmKi(:W Mibjusate tho wilderness, train and jrishman sacrlficjngr his hopes and hla denominated Ireland as "Hlbernla -likewise spoaks rear it Into a noble civilization, and ijf0 on tho altar of his country, and I Scotorura Insula."-Hro lar eonsumniaiB 1110 would carve on the padontal the namo of lottors from tho Scottish' Kings to of creation the Emperor. The Scotland of today of Hmmet. Give mo tht peoplf. tho democracy "ir 1 were a painter I would make was then in possession of the nets nf Iroland! Should they demand tho the can ram oloquont with tho deeds and the country' was not 'n a position Uborty of Iroland, I shall not wait of the bravest-peoplwho ever lived, to fonn an alliance. Among tho Scots who settled in an any lord or pedant, nor on any nrntiil onlrit 110 iion'cr can See Me About Blocking Your Fine Panamas unkey. to ratify break and whoso loyalty and devotion Germany several wero raised to tho lordV or pedant's me the peasantry tho claim. Glvo tb freo government no tyrant cau otor episcopal throno, viz.: S. Sidonlus. the reviled, scorned. Ignored peas crush, and I would write under tho who was 'the companion of S. Vir- For My You Would gllus of Salzburg: S. Franco, third antry of Ireland! Thoir wrotencu picture Iroland I wero j; poet I would melt the Bishop of Verdun, who was martyred cabins have been tho holv shrlnos In If Stoves Set Up and Repaired. Roof Repairing Kind Be which the tratlltlons and the hopes world to tears with tho pathos of ru In Sir.; S. Patto, also Bishop of Vorof Iroland havo been treasured and Kong. woulfl touch tho heart of hul dun, who was a great favorite with and Painting a Specialty. Lawn Mowers Sharptransmitted. In tho adverse days a Hat. inanity with the mournful threnod Charlomagno: S. lnndoline. a Scotened and Repaired. In tho day of cowardice, debase- of Ireland's wrongs nd Brin's wool tish saint, who was one of tho aposdespair- - 'ho spirit of Irement and would weave tho shamrock and tli tles of tho presont Duchy of Badon. HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 73 Henry, surnnmud tho Lion, first land has lived in them and bocomo rose Into gnrlands of glory for tho duke of Austria, charmed with tho immortal. Iu tho fifrcost storms they Emerald Isle, tho land of martyrs ai have never onco winced or wavered. mumortos, the cradle ov hcroK, tlei ploty of the Scottish monks, invited In the bloodlost times they havo been jiuibur ui iiucii, several .1 of thoni to Vienna, wuoro no ... . ..m rt .. n j. . .. ... .1 n Ih 1,1 dauntless .and heroic. Tlie hills, of 'iortni'cnr-ii-. i' . uuugcoiin.inu jnur-1 uiagiuusrui " 408 West Jeffeison Street. Wexford, tho plains of Kildarc. the bey under tho rule of St. Bennet, on scaffolds, robbed of the ' wnicn no pawes of Wlcklow all are iruus 01 ineir nweiii ror tne minai or mountain toll, Amongst the apostles or tMM4VHVV.VtWMV1 4 vital with thoir desperato courago scourged and plundered by ararlces (his family. TllVlnrtr'IrV" Chas E. Ndughton X under the shock aud scourge of of heartless power, driven like the Bavaria somo woro Scotch, or as wo J HOME PHONE CITY 928 Joseph N. Higgins es J. Naughton CWMB. MAIN 828 ',', battle. Never, never lot the Irish leaves of Autumn beforo the deep nave seen, or tno "island ireianu 01 5 nence reauy jnsn. heart glvo up thfe hope of seeing ofc Winer winds, this sturdy race oI.'n acots, ;: S. Arbogast, the great apostle of Irish soli the final destiny of con-- 1 Erin's sons and daughters havo been turies reversed, and a restored na- scattered" over ho face of the earth, Alsace, was also an Irishman, like tion, wisely Instructed und ennobled homeless only In the land of their 5. hridollnus, the rounder or tho faMJOftrFWCTCTRKR OK of sorrow, planted nativity, but princes and lords in ev- mous abbey of St. ATald, formerly In the school :: there. Think, think what tins fiopv ery other land, where merit has been called Hllaricum, in the present Ger man part of Lorraine, then named has been to Ireland. It has been the the meuKurc of manhood. light of nor darkness, the Jewel of Prescriptions Filled by Registered Pharmacists Only. "Whore Is tho battlefield that has Weatrasla ln opposition to Austrasla. :: her poverty, ine music 01 ner initiat- not been glorified by Irish courago of which the capital was Metz. Jn fact let us be certain that the ion, the bright- - companion of her n.,.1 l.nnllaswl tvftl. TfTull tltnnit? Anil Telephone Us and We Send For Them. AUTOHOBXI.K KKMODKLING In Germany. Franco, etc.. exiles. It haB been the 'nain, V?1? where i the free conutry whoso coun- place abroad; on try riGiu icl,K jlttVe not f,ecn strengthened by where the Irish have not been flret of Industry tinimt-mum- i OtfAnTHCMr mnra ta death It has boon tiw nre 01 nex , . , npning. and whose wealth has in founding Christianity ar compar) 6U-8heart and the magic of liar fwPhw CHy &9r lnot been Increased by Irish hrawn." atively vory few, although In somo WEST JEFPKHSON STREET ill LOUISVILLE, KY. iit AND 613018 WEST (SHEEN STREET 1 nave spoKCll Ol me niuaun iniw parts tho name of the country of the Ireland abundantly possesses to be n first missionaries Is not known. H KIGIJTH CKNTUItV HKIiICS. strong and prosperous nation. Her wealth Is fully comIntellectual CKKAT LAUGH. Among the treasures of the Cathemensurate with her physical. Tho dral of Colro at St. Lucius in Switzer4 gifted sons fame of her more One or God's greatest gifts to man sharply Is a little box with 51 .00 PER QftLLUN HOME PHONES SHAWNEE 592.393 with the planet, and It is no land topa.nd rings In the gablo end, was the laugh. Without It tho human a Moped exaggeration to say that It has oaTly modlovnls used for race would have wept Itself to death SPECIAL RATES ON LARGE ORDERS recognition which 13 coextensive with bucIi as tho relics of saints, religious, books or or exterminated itself long ago. civilization. precious things. It is of wood, Tragedy is Never in any country was there other in low relief and covered with Pathos is beautiful. and tragedy uro Pathos so superb an assembly of orators and carved thin plates of stamped and gilt cop- Instantly routed by the laugh. E wits, statesmen and gallant gentle- per Tho main decoration consists of Laughter ha.-- .sunshine- in it. it ' was In ribbon or interlacing men as the Irish Parliament with warm. Learned men have searched '" the few years of Independence. birtlsAnd sea monsters. The,dato as - f0C the secret Now conies tho quostlon is this slirned this reliquary i the eighth good humor? of life. What Is It hut That's tho secret of festival of love, of pride, of sorrow, contury. From Its decoration and life being jiving. What sun- Ice Cream Sherbets. celebrated here. Incompatible ' with tho fact that Irish missionaries from hi lie is toworth good humor is to Irish loyalty In America? Tho ques- lonn and Llndliifarne reached Swit- man. Take e&rthsmile and the laugh the tion an Ignomlnous one would zerland In that century, It is probable away and It would be the end of man. not surely emanate from mo were It that the Colre reliquary la of Irish Men there are some vicious provenance; so M. Mollluer argues ln a Joke. can't quarrel while they enjoy :. E. COR. TWENTY-FOURT- H AND ROWAN. not thatmen Ice Cream and Cakes a Speciaty from himself of small brains and his work on this Cathedral, published the laugh.Death man in a recoilshumor bigot good 4 The assmaller hearts who even here in Paris. has an enormous advantage over the sert that love for Iroland, devotion to man who U angry Auger is dark. her cause, active sympathy with the . Bitterness lit filled with ehadaw. Insome coo.vror Tins. protractoji contest for heT redeinp-Motolerance la grim and black. PrejuInvolved an equivocal allegiance Mati 2134a ri'hit thA Tnitod States Is somo dice la blind. States, tW big country to Iho Unttc4 B. Good humor with the smile and is indicated ny the f act . TRY US ON YOUR whoso that her total estimated population, tho laugh is tho sunshine iu which ImnVitition on the In tonents "for its in- Including territorial possessions, is objects aro plain and distortion Of this number, a appears . and wherein pathos becomes iiHulorv. liaslmoarted 109,021,992. norting-One to tho Stripes, fttal of PS 781.324 is acoredlted to, greatness to reason for imorica.'fla a. brighter crimson Philippine Director The continent. that above all it is And made tho Stars of that triumph- - the nuve a iivfui.niun n VftP isianus vi nation that laughs and enjoys life. nnf tilt IfflMlflfO "The Horns of Good Clothts" There havo been cay peoples and andL radiance. I appeal act to taa 20S.A6- -. frivolous nn.tlons, but gayety aud Hwa" ort- - 1.1M.J89- d PLUMBER sands; the akin to 1.680. .the Panama cana frivolity nro strangely MMCfi. tho volcanic heights, the gates GOLDSTEIN. & and That gay Ireland, zone57.00. Guam 12,240 mow molancholy. ond towers of Moxlco tho' Samoa 7.251. Samoa is the whose national joyousness is exof MOSESON-- . pressed In son;, is clouded by melanthfrn deadly Clilcknhominy-- the slopes oWf City 1 130 bo)ng located la choly. Sadues also pervades tho r - p,jt Telephone United States, itfnivi? Hill the b2fthl the tfco Pacific ocean omothlng like temperament of Gormania. i?!ZL And S.W. Cor. Kth and Markers, !t Street, near Walnut of (Hawaii. befrivolous France, Jiow tragic sho t Predcrlcksburg. the thickctH of the ,3.000 miles south of a comes how desporately tragic! (iM:w,8cwtoiw9X(CKax Itfllilr.ififlr ". tiiiiiiainH field, Tlrr.T ..w. lUUil-X- i WVUM1 The great American laugh la anlltlSH IlEMO. billowed with 3,rish graves, lleclanx n other thin?. Invwtlgato tho AmeribleAusiY lUni Invn fr.V Trolnllll (J I li4it-t-ff4llAMUTy T0MIM8, Fl, ontnev with nnne morn tmly tlian oyl The Tara brooch oolongs to th can national laugh, and there Is a . something HATE S1ASS. one MTIMMftf period rAfrCtKNT those "who carried In thofr lmiwluous tenth century pieces of art. It isIrish fcound. l practlpa! forced laugh. behind PHIL-DEAN'- S! It. It never a. It is of early memories arid hopes of .l of the finest hearts the spontaneous. healthy, irai...i v lf.ia Anwnrtftan looks Work known, and Is composed of jplres andvigorous, aro crumbling Eia- to 0 4 powers INCOUl'OrtATKO and white bronze, a mtxturo of copper otherwise Utah 'lth full trustful la solemn orfouanese upon un are seyciHy-aiMid t hertlet fellowship rheart, sun iin.designs i of tracery, x It is mi. going to piecesgrandeur, while Uncle IMI.liilHVCI ft arid .gloomy rerent W. J. SCHEIBER, Prop. such manlfwtntlonU of Irish Sam, win a joke on his Up, forges Irteh piety and Jri&h wunmbrsce at wonderful relie of the ifcldale Duraaff Uii'p I weab?-the Irlk blrtr,plnc as today, animate HufttrtiK; the traditions of thn ASMd. U w. r. k. 1 Ihte elty. The trne Amerteau knows, early Irish ehnreh. J U nowr la the DEALER IN rj 4 n TAINTaU. i dectaTAH pomwuaten of the Dublin Museum and ' 6icifi! Iistfrtfisi Aeant. feebt of altwith eiithnriasm of ' Sbap And Lunch emotions'; '" II a.m. to 2 p.m. that ATJSTRilWA; Pat and M'ike wer liilHg the FiniWims, Liquors and Ciiars human iiaulonfi, there is not affair of a limited, otnpay, when wor oar. More uoble, more eon-- 1 Heme Phene City 2701 ' PH ON Kf duetre to good and great and jtlriou' Thre are lit Australia thirty-tw- oaev- - the latter mjVumk1: kwnee 1137 "IDq i'ou think, old fiorewtMJi's deoda.thari thai which hMrs.Hs back Birtiopa, sboal 1,M0 priaats and Phone Shownee 1846 tn iho unnl ttiaf wa lhi umiIU nf Brftl VlOa.- - AWWtoltC. All the BtSB- - onerJstalttted?' s 427 W. "Tm: replied Pat, "It hue ,. two of tba 4Atf Mtfkti 1 oar childhood, the playground of our ops mmt. Ire and 1602 BLOft boyhood 'and tse tneater or oar prnts are oi irua m.iw, wa w aad tiAni TWENTY-FIFTtaiats o Htalni . Aj t STS. TVXTTTTVTTVVTrT-- S.M ANI MAM . ' tttlne." edaealed in I: nrrw ahc jemrciMON r maahood. CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS With hlsSplafa.patchnd curdori breeches And hi red and j'dller crtat. H baa Jmiit oom up and retriNttfee AHd cMt h)n flr.il vote. Bayln' "Now th time or never To defend the flair We've Httvodl Ouc homfcs, our wives, our children, Or by liomu we'll be enalavrd." U'oll. I've, stood and I've 'listened Till Jio got Jilw ran tin' through. And litnt nlKlit I stood In mooting . And 1 said, "Why, who b you Never hftard of you till yesterday Slncu the tm I riz the ox On the old man at Concord, And you run to Hull fax. You were mighty stilt when Sumter's sunn We Rhakln' up the land, I hod my IriHh ruKlments And ..ll'-.IUH.II ...till, KI1 Groat, strappin fellows shot rlsht down on their breams, wllh a.humrock ani HMpM ,)0VO t(lem .yml u crofct Inside their vesta. IRELAND'S SAINTS Were the Leaders in. FvkrMiiKjr. "the Christian Religion in THOS. CAMFIE Fine Wines and Liquors Germany. Cigars and Tobacco S. Corner 12th ;'i Comer m Southwest Corner neeteeeeeeeeeeeeee and Streets i i.t,i- x ....;.... .- ...t. 4n - TT H4dM ive o Call t I IS Kus-taslu- s, The-clanu- CLEANER and DYER Mur-chero- l. s, LIEnHDCHWIPPiL liorirs CMS. J. CRONAN REAL ESTATE Bought, nrst-clas- I GOING TO BUY A HOME? ! ( supor-abunda- nt Uee JAMES R B. KELLY mmf IT Chtu-lomagn- Exchanged, Rented, Managed ek-Go- v. 320 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 1 T T-- "' J. P. BERNAUER, iio iiui-po- se M&MM'"M'r e SAFETY FIRST Pay $3.00 $1.75 Hat and of Roofing, Guttering and Spouting , - Satisfied, Its That 1 -- 1 TONY F. ROSELLE, Northjfwenty "Second Street. I r MM& I J - .. '"'". 111111 'i tm 1 uu-tier- " , NAUGHTON'S PHARMACY ALBERT J. RICHARDS, Carriages and Wagons . -- i I , . mSE-SHKM- 10 iWH'iW4i"M - '1r mid cifcrson S( - - I AMJ-'IUCA- MVMVVWVVWVVVMVV1M es MVET TIP ICE CREAM CO and ; - Al. Gunn, Bakery and Confectionery Home Phone City 6574 JJ02S,7tfiSt. , 1 a tuoM-.cmn- t - n. 830S ,h"r.Sr I John Ratterman YOUNG MEN -, David Welsh Funeral SPRING SUIT !- cactus-circle- .". .. T and Embalmer Erw Un r aasssaa3cai5 ; - C A R?E ! PJIGL H Scheiber's Cafe tarvey s tale t ( r4'-r- I ae, '' I, ht oi " ihre-pfth- INTOI-SOUTHE- ittMHIl yw Jffarn a H M. Slret, 2i. 1-1 . 4. X 'a J nii FR'V rSi.M' rasv I 'tvk" wo J"t t f iE i? "MH.ii'f :f;. rlit&SM j&d ji fvrtf I tKMtMMMMMM 40ft Gamfc. MM !) Wet JW5S Glorious St. frigid. St. Brigld was horn 1H18H HKART. 1 Tak JOHN L: GRUBER 'INvcnty-Eigi- li Innocence and Candor and a love for every Hight, Arid mix them up together with .a goodly share of Fight-?-A- nd add a dash of Pathos (and of Dennis Intention. JOHN M. CONWAY--1 Grocery and Cafe Home Phono Giy 1310 at Faughart, Street Market TWENTY-EIGHT- H 438-44- 0 NORTH STREET. I I sM4444444'HMv4,$ Home Phone City 4330 HENRY HUNOLD J FINE WINES, BEER, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 522 - 24 Slapln and Fancy Groceries W. Walnut Street. Homt Phone Shawnee 1945 It B. RADEMAKER'S FINE WINES, WHISKIES ANDCIGARS Market and Twenty-Thir- d Sts. MWtVVVtVWVrtt.VWtV T B. OWEN . Cafe and Bowling Alleys. Home Phone Shawnee 998 lt7 i I S, E Corner 20th and Chestnut Streets 1 1 mwtMtswwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwiwwwww tM HIHHHHIIHl HrH"M JOHN :: HCKY'S Louisville, Ky. ...PLACE.,. 7th nnd Oak Sts. ll-fr- t t HHW-tFOR THAT !! Mtt EASTER SUIT SUE - J- - LEE STERNBERG & CO. t. Suit. 3C Tailors Who Always Make Your Suits JT Suits From $18 Up. 526. W. MARKET ST. Phone City 3655. "TIWKRARV." I James J. Brown, I rural i re im AND OLD p HIKE 1! WINE I 'P KENTUCKY WHISKEY. , R,1 I Homt Pbcnt 191S r .S. E. Cer. !8th and High Sts. i NATIONAL TRAITS. An Kngliebman, Thik esteemed contemporary refers to "Tipperary" aa an "Irish inarching songy It can be called an Irish sons only In the sense that the supposed singer halls from the town of Tipperary. In no other respect Is it huggestlvo of anything Irish. None of the three men who respectively composed the words and the music nnd put the song on the market is of Irish Wrth or extraction. The emotional chap who tells ub- melodiously of his rejjret at leaving Picca-dil- lj and Leicester Square to go to Ttppcrary and to that "sweetest girl" Is clearly a London cockney as a homesick '"Tip." Nothing like him ever existed beyond the limits of the vaudeville stage. An I Irishman wcr eadminlnK a very j'fine aluffed eagle In a taxideralts's n "Wilntatr. a Scotchman and olirulr Villi THK PKltFKCT O.VK. head and thrust hk hands Into his pocket, remarking: "You would ooetjaa unco' deal to keep." The MKnchman regarded the huge bird wlUiMilaftvvor And aaldt " 'Twauld make mighty tough eating." But the Irishman, exclajraed: "Bdad,'but that. be a dlvli of burrd to fight!" Snrli n, Father Vaughan tolls a good story of a certain minister who was preaching jou ever know anyone to be perfect?" he asked, "Did you ever read of any man or woman who was quite As ho paused and looked around amnB?.,hls .audience a rose up and said: "Yes, from all accounts my husband' first wife wan an oh "Perfection." "Did perfect," chaff, os poor. custom of niacins crape o door f x house where there )im en recent death had lt origin the ancient jHagliet." heraldic cm kms and date back to the year 100 A. D. At that period baieh-iftntor armorial enatrna. ware taiaced In front of houses when the iobillt or jrwt try died. The hatch- ifents wore of diamond han;ad lioatamed the family arata quartered ad covered who table. The-ke . perfect." WKIJL TO Ift'OW. fl'he editor wa deeply engrossed in his work, when he wa suddenly Interrupted by the office boy, who a. ramarkttd: "Tharu'a a tramp at the door, Mr, ilydo, and h say h ain't' had bothin' to tut for ix (ty," r, Fteh him in," aall th. editor, "if w can find out how h do it we can run Ut paper u for another Nlk." r WHKKK CHCTICH STANDS. WKAKD IN THK GAKDJiy, . ihe Catholic church stand for Why are corn and potatoes like Jible, for the authority of (lie for certimty in religion, for the idola of old? Because the corn iity of th koine and for re-- have Mrs sad they hear not, nnd the potato hav. eye andthay auoatton not. near Dundalk County Louth, about the year of Our Lord S0, and died February 1, 26, at KHdnre, Rcfu,-In- p many good offers of raarriago she became a nun and rcceled tho Veil from St. Miicatlle. Tho story of her sanctity and lovo for tho religiouB life, of her foundlnc a convent nnd mntiniilow nt K11f1ri nnd of the growth of her convents all over Ireland is well known. St. Brlgld und nor nuns kindled and tended the famous "lire of Kll dare" which burned unceasingly for centuries, until In 1220 Henry do Londrcs ordered It to bo extinguished lest perhaps Jt might become an occasion of supcrbtltition. The origin of the lire Is unknown, but it undoubtedly served some deeply religiIt ous purpose. Some wrltcrs-'thlnheart." -- W. M. Fogarty. wari an anticipation of tho sanctuary lamp which now burns perpetually! before tho Blcwed Sacrament GOD. DOK3 NOT FOIttiKT. on all the altars of tho world. It was rellphted by tho order of tho The world will strip your fallings Uishop of Kildare and continued to And hide tho good you do, burn until the suppression of all mon- And with its sharpest thorns Tho ways you walk bestrew. asteries by Queen Elizabeth. But though tho mntorial flro was You'll toll for men thoj'll curse you; quenrhed forover. another brlghttcr 'Twns thus, and thus 'tis yet, lire has survived 'he persecution of . the penal days, for LlrJgld and her And thus 'twill bo forover But God does not forget. dauRlitere Had kindled in tho heart of Irish womanhood a burning fire of charity toward tho poor, of hospital- Tho hours of silent grieving ity to the" stranger, of noblo For some one loved and , in behalf of tho interests of Tho hours of 'Twcro hard to count their ect; God which no act of the legislature or the executive could extinguish. The falling soul uplirted, The sorrow bravely met And greater than all she bequeathed to them a burninp love for womanly All are on earth forgotten, Hut God does not forget. virtue and for holy charity In religion wJilch has not cen been chilled by the Atlantic ocean over His eye is ever seeking The wee things done for Him; whose troubled boom it had to pas to tho American continent and to And that shall light tho shadows. Whore death waits, stern and tho ends of tho earth. grim. Numerous were the incidents In tho life of St. Hrigld which brourht So lift your burden gladly. Nor falter, fear nor fret,' Into relief her great charity, her her love of holy- chas- For. heaven ia In the distance, And God does not forget. tity, and her zeal for the glory of Brian O'Hlgglns. God The story of the blind Sister Dara was very touching. One eveAMKRIOAX ACHIKVKME.VrS. ning at sundown Brlgld began to Bpeak to the blind sister of the love Americans founded the first govof Christ for mankind and the Joys and glories of 1'nradifie. So absorbed ernment under which all men were were both in tho subject of their con- equal before the law. Since the versation that the sun was already Declaration of Independence was rising in tho east before the con- published to the world tha demoversation ended. Wo may well sup- cratic Idea has hourly received pose that it was a morning in mid- Impulse until now Ita march seems summer when the sun rises in Ireland Irresistible. Americans were the first to nt about 2 o'clock. When BrfRld saw the beauty of tho sunrise she prayed demonstrate the feasibility of relying God to allow her bllud Bister to see it oil a citizen soldiery to defend tho also She signed the slfihtless eyes htnd and Its institutions against with the sign of tho ero;8 and Im- foreign or domestic attack. mediately) Dara wiw the glories or I Americans we're tho' first to abol-H- h titular distinctions and to the rising sun. social eminence of any support And what a sight greeted the eyes of our Saint at the first warning of s.se character or the consensus of Hpproachlng day! Tho tlrst ray, of thpsc who chose to consider thom-se(socially elect. the sun had crossed the threshold of Mr was an American who Invented the eastern horizon and touched the edges of the low fleecy clouds with theisteantship. An American Invented tho telea tint of crimson and purple and -' gold. Ills rays caught the myriad graph. An "Xuiericih jmentca the teJo. dewdrops on the grass and transformed each meadow into a mosaic phone. An American Invented the electric As of rubles, pearls and diamonds. If to relieve tho dazzling richness of light. An American invented the reaper tho scene 'he eye rested here and there on clusters of pink Jioney stalk, which makes it possible to feed the daisies, buttercups and pale cowslips. billion and more people on this These picture meadows were sot in planet. It was an American, too, who inframes of hawthorn, whoso dark green foliage was overlaid with a vented the sewing machine. were, the cone blossoms of the . Americans alra Veil of most delicate fragrance. The lark, querors of pain when they discovawakened by the coming light, as If ered how, by means of sulphuric despising earth, had .soared above ether, the tcndeTest human nerves tho low clouds, nnd was sally singing could be made Insensible to tha hif morning song to the few remain- surgeon's steel. Americans opened the ports of ing stars that paled before tho corning light To the rapt listener be- Japan to the nations of tho world, low his notes sounded like the sung made a path Into darkest Africa, and of an angel, cheerily, speeding on an an American crowned Ihe geographical 'achievements of his countrymen errand of mercy to man From oak the cuckoo called as bv discovering the North Pole. If ho would say, "Come and see the PltFHTY HUSH IjKGKXD. tarth with God's decoration before man disturbs it." An old Irish legend goes to tell The sun still trembled on the verge of the horizon, tho stillness was un that when the mother dies she looks broken except by the song of the after tho family until All her own lark and the cuckoo's call. Tho aro gathered by her side. In this scene, as far as eye could Teach, was connection a very beautiful custom It prevailed of putting a lighted candle of heaven. llko tho seemed as if the next moment tho near the window on the nights golden gates would swing 'open and peculiarly appropriate to the mother, heaven hurst Into ew. Such was such an her murriage annlversaryr looked tho birthdays of the children and tho scene that Sister Dara upon with her nowly opened eyes, j such. On thefse occasions the mother but turning from It, she said to St. wa expected to look In on the famllrigld, "Close my eyes again, dear ily. mother, for when the world in so IUKLAND'S ANCIKNT NA.MKS. visible to the eyes, God lt seen less clearly to the kouI." Again Urigid In ancient times Ireland was prajTd and Dara's eyes grew dark once more.- - Ituv. .1. jr. Hegarty in known by tho various names of Juvermn, Juverna, Hlbernja, Oygla, Irish Catholic. Innlsfall, Isle of Beauty and Scotia Major. Even now' It js sojnetlraes DANGKItOVS 1 MHFFKRKN'OK. called Erin, but its designation by Thorc is no danger of religion this title Is chiefly contllned to poots dying out. Attend A mission in one The name Erin comes from "Eire," of our churches nnd witness the ' wire of the King who ruled Ireland manifestation of faith. People may when the conquering MJIeslans ari. i. ....I. rived. .i. ...it. .ii and that sort of thing, but there Is HASIMCA VATIOAA'A. no decllnu In religious boltcf, and there nevor will be as long as manSt. Peter's at Borne is a Basilica kind remains on the face of the earth. Tho wdrld Is full of happi- the Basilica - Vaticana but it never ness, but It is Also full of sorrow; was, and Is- not now, a cathedral. from 'the disappointments of this We mean, by a cathedral the church world men have turned their faces where a bishop has his official see or hopefully toward another, and they seat. In Rome It is the Lateran always will; this is their only church dedicated to Christ the It Is not po much the low Saviour, and in tho second' place to of faith In our day as a dangerous St. John Baptist, which holds this Indifference, a kind pi lethargy, n dignity. Hence, the Inscription which between all who go there may read; "Mother enervation of compromise the claims of the world and the law- end Mistress of All Churches." In the Lateran. not In 8t, Peter's. Nthe ful claims of God upon, tha souj. Roman Pontiff takes poaseMdon of his SeL and Jn it the Cardinal Vicar WlfKUR HtKIiAXD SCOKKS. holds ordinations on Kmber day. Whether Ireland is the finest country In the world for growing flax. HO.Mit FOR THHM. it Ik, beyond dispute, th"flnMt Hi tha4 The, "Ulater Volunteers," who worW for bleaching linen, Nowhere finished fab- were M active before the home rule ele can the ric b turned otet in rival tha Jrtoh bill pawed, have not been heard of France, 0Wriuni. Ger- lu the preaent war. We understand bleaching many and America have all entered that a few of them have, entltd for ervlce In Egypt they Insisted that Into competition and retired The quality of the water, they should not be sent to France-- hut the groat majority at 111 'cofeetl-tul- e the climate and the Inherited etfperi-f-no- e a "home The' volun of the Irich bleachers all conteers were very grave wuen i"was tribute to the result. merely a matter of rade. But their bravery vanished at o beginning of KEAfc TASTY IHflH. wore the men a real war. And tb aauoe who were coins A few date added to a.pr-lBsht against home rule!' mkee tatty dtah. k self-sacrifi- And equal parts of Faith In God and fervor in the. Prayer, And Charity's sweet emblem might bo tucked in there to show That TIopo is e'er resplendent in a soft, ecstatic glow. Then label It with Courngo Und a sense of Wit and Fun, Nor uo'abhamcd to claim, It nor to stand by what you've done: Hut- - simply pour in Humor of the brilliant, wholesome kind, And all tho loved ingredients of healthy, human mind. And act it on a pedestal of onyx grand nnd white, And then call all tho people 4n to witness while you Write This fond and true inscription, taken from life's every part: "This Ik, dear friends, a common an- - Irish thing 'tis just Sympathy a share. lo'-t- self-denia- l, e, - do-nH- re es snow-whit- Many years ago fhc Rev. Dr, Curran, pastor of the Church of the Assumption at I'ecksklll, JS. Y was an assistant at St Stephen's, v 13ast Twenty-olght- h street, New York City. Tho parish was n very largo one, containing aovoral' thousand souls. In. his visitB to tho sick Dr, Curran becartio acquainted With hundreds of tho parishloneTB In their " homes, as priests do everywhere in the course of their pastoral duties. In ono poor family on First avenue was old Dennis McCarthy, superHOME SHAWNEE 1O20 CUMB WEST 7,03 &. annuated and feeble. Ho could not work, for he was long past that. The laboring1, man's old age, unless comforted by the support of sons and daughters ab'lc to glvo bread and something more, moans, poverty 1 at least, if not destitution or thc almshouse. But Dennis, though not well clothed, was happy. Ills wants Fine Wines and Pure Liquors for Medicinal and wero fow', his married son, with v p:.m:i vais whom he lived, was not rich, but not .;. w(JCbiAiiy. kiihij complaining at tbo father's enforced idleness. 1 JLUNCH Ono day old Dennis came to tho roctory and offered J)r. Curran a 2(H1i dollar for his "intention," requesting tho favor of a mention in tho mass. !mxx-km:K":-h-x Tho dollar was accepted and tho mass offered. A month later Dennis appeared again, making another offering of the same amount and requesting th'e mass for his Intention. Tho clergyman thought that some person was furnishing the money especially to Dennis and wondered who It was. A ahlrd month cuino and again old Dennis appeared and rondo his offering to the same priest. And the mass was Offered. Rut the celebrant pondered. From was th poor old man what Fine receiving the money? When Dennis appeared in the month following the priest felt in Borne Shawnee 1555 Cumb. West 538 duty bound to question him. "Is this your own money you are offering?" ho said. N. E. CORNER TWENTY-SECONAND DUNCAN "It Is, Father," answered Dcnnla, "and If I'm sick don't forget o come 11 4 to and 'tend to mo." i 4 frM H !I H "Why. of courte, I'll do that." said the priest; "hut you are a poor man. 1 can not take your tnonpy. I'll say tho mans for you regularly, just the same. But keep your money, my good man; you need It." "Father." the old man whimpered, his eyes filling with tears, "sure it's not angry with me you are, is it?" "No, not at all," said tho good priest, hastil and kindly, "not ax all; why do you ask that'" "Well," cried the old man, "why Home Phone City 9169 don't you take my mone?" The priest wns puzzled. "TAy good man," said he, "I'll offer the mass for you just tho same as if you had I M made an offering. But t think H 111 you're too poor to be making any otferlng. You ought to keep tlm money for yourself." Tho old man looked so distressed I HOME PHONE 13BI FINE COUNTER LOi that the priest hastened to sn. softly and gently: do you get tho money? You have no Income, I have you?" "Father," said old Dennis, "tho TtSy" gft esihe a fc'w'pennleshdw and again for tobacco. 'And 1 puts away Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco a few ot a time, and don'l spend them all. And when 1 has tho dollar, sure I want the mass said Base Ball Scores of American "Association for imj Intention." Tho good prie?t looked at old National and Americar Leagues. Dennis. There was tho spirit of the faith, tho spirit of sacrifice, the great thing In a gift for God. Old Dennis had preached the sermon. Old Dennis had lived It. 800 W. St. Catherine Street. -- &'&4r::"& W. A. SMITH Fancy Grocery and Cafe 0440 jr f it.. . WARM N.E. OOKNEK :j... AT AU., fOlTRS c AND SiLEVIN STS. r- - T i-- CHAS. L TIMPERMAN SAJLOON D Wines, Liquors and Cigars the-dious- OMUtHit "Where The Bowlers Gather" I iiDEDDEN'S CAFE a ELEGANT LUNCH WfMiWt i i THIRTEENTH AND BROADWAY, frl-H-- M 44m Sexton's Cafe .1.. j ni'inniXG mission fHiitcnrs. ante-roo- m churches for 'instead of erecting costly monuments over the dear departed Is tho method advocated by the Catholic Church Intension Society for truly honoring the doad. These little churches seldom cost more than $1,000. The societ has a long list of places that are urgently writing in for cbapeh, and God, who has man loving friends numbered among the benefactors of the society, ottentlme.Sinsplres some good soul to come to the rescue and donate the turn of $500. Five hundred dollars does not build tbo entire chapel. The people of the congiegatlon to be benefited by this gift generallj raise the balance, but $ 500 is a sum that goes u long way toward erecting one of these temples for a congregation that la struggling ever, and poor always. Any gifts sent in to the Catholic Church KxtensJon Society, whoso of- -i flees are located in tho McCormlck building, Chicago, will be gladly forwarded for this most worthy work. poor, desolate district VATICAN. Building memorial W4MW44i1 C. ,v S. W. Cor. 7th and Oak .'jjfj'irvjj Streets. '. ul, !'va J. Schneider DEALER IN CHOICE Hams, Bacon, PorK, Lard, Sausage, Etc Stall No. 2, Kentucky Market. JET'iJrtla. A OLactcl Green Street" KkXOt3rS5(KSOt3t5ifflJA: M. GIilMISi: OF HKAVKN. 1 The Vatican, In which thu Con clave of Cardinals assembled, though commonly (.poken. ot,as a palace, .Is rather a series at palaces. It stands on one-- of the famous-- neven hills to the west of Rome and tho Tiber, and even alwa) form part of the cltj. Tbo palace, as it now exists. Is In -.., north of the Janiculum. It did uot con-sotatt- threo stories, contains twenty courts, 13,000 apartments, eight grand staircases, and 200 smaller ones, Unhappily there is no exterior fac ade. The foundation ot the Vatican Ib lost in antiquity add bears traces of all styles of architecture, culminating in that of the Renaissance. GOOD TO JtRA,I. snow-whi- te At thitt time, when so much prejudice and hostility is being exhibited toward the Catholic church, It Is refreshing to spend a few moments, at least perusing the pages of Rev, Father John Phelan's work, "Appeal For Unity la the Faith." This book is one that will certainly create good and friendly feeling and promote the canne of fraternity. Christian" union and Coplea may he entered from Father Phelan, Grand Jiinetionr Iowa, or IhrrttffhHhe Roger .Book Conipany,. th!a city. HJiAX KK, A priest had preached a sermon on tho joys of heaven. A wealthy memSi! ber of hla church inet him tho next you told us day and haid: "Father, ,N m a great many grand and beautiful things about heaven yesterday, hut jou didn't tell us whore it Is." "Ah," said tho father, "I am glad Liquors, of tho opportunity of doing bo this morning. I have Just come from the hilltop yonder. In that cottage there Is a poor member of our church. Sbo Is sick In bed with fever. Her two little children are sick in the other bed, and she has not got a bit of coal or a stick of .wood or Hour or sugaT p Corner Shelby andMaln Sts. or any bread". Now II you will go downtown and buy $10 worth of things nice provisions, fuel, etc, and svnd them to her and then go YOUlt 1IO.UK. and say, 'My friend, 4 have brought you these provisions In the name of Homo is an Inn whero lovo in landGod,' you will Bee a glimpse of lord, and contentment chief guet. heaven before you leave that little Home Is where happlncett, health dwelling," harmony, heart's ease, hollnem, heritage, heaven dwell, KING'S VISIT. Home is whore tho wife ie neat clean, and It lias been deffnltoly decided that and Industrious, the husband eber; and the children King George, is to visit 'Ireland thht and "v year at a date to bo filed later. It spCCtful. Home is a comfortable and, 'will be probably either in Way or retreat and shelter for us in adJune. vanced age, and Jf we do not plant it while young it will give us bo ehad STORY SCOTT MKKD, MATT GAGi I Wines, I' Cigars, Tobacco neee-sar- y when wt grow old. unsne-cesaf- nl. $$'' MUFFINS. One cun maehed baked beans, one e meal, one teaspoon baking: powder, one cup milk, hah cup auawr, 'one well wnall anoon salt. oook'ia muffin tin. m quick ovei one eta flour, half cup Indian Bt J.IGHT OF HIS KYKK. of hits meeting' an Irish beggar in the street who Importuned hint for a A clergyman lost hla. wife, and on sixpence. Not. having one, Scott gave him her tombstone had inscribed, "Ttu a ehllJirig, adding with a laugh, IlKht of my eyes la icone" out remember, you pwe. ni, six- few years new by. aud4hTKita "Ko mented'H hvtaband took unto hima pence.' "Och, aure ewotigh' aald. the beg- another wit'e. StroliliiK paai the gar, "and God grant yon may live ifVKrnvone dari lh attenti a hitch dlgauary of the ehurch. till l pay you!" for his enlKiammatK w't. wa to it. and he was asked wt I'OTATO JMSCVIT. " lie a suitable addendum ..Twor cups flour, three' tablespoon MTipiion on the alone und rttmmjc, inrecieuBpuonn au, iwu iered circumstance? maanea potaioee, aoour two thought came the rex milk. Mis as ordinary Wecutt of my jre haw gone trttek another matchj Iroit thin. Bake In Qslck oven. ' Walter Bcott Ilkfd to tell tho story S r ihZ&ij&? ftn.o, L.. .. . C ... , : .,' j "Wa -- !. Kt- - 'ata .a Tf-J- 'nlJL ii- JMLJtV'i TjTTTn-n- .j jr.t ;fi,i,t r iTflh. r '" "rr' RlfilXI v0sm wM Itf " i Ai-- Jttsrvz l' jAmz: jszzz xjQ&m , vMsfef 5SSC4KM Nrlv - ;yw';i IHHHJI aaH vWvlb. " -- mrfffli .v . NOME NONE aaaH PURER - laaB BETTER JaaaaMaaaRr C fl aV 'M y ', ?v - i I "Vi?? . ; M. . I ",. -- :A '' t 1. fctl r ? IS THEMINGLED'SOUL OF HOPS AND MALT . OF CARE i , AND-AGE- '& c . Maz 7T. THERE . IS NONE PURER FOR HOME USE,?,NONE BETTER. ' ?. .". f v FT r't 4J: IffiSffft It Contains More Grains Than Motfdihcr Beers. Lest Alcohol?. 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