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Kentucky Irish American: March 17, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916031701_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: March 17, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WE DO PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK GItc This Office Your Next Order. Kentucky Irish American NO. 12. own ideals and had adopted in stead a policy of opportunist ENTHUSIASTIC SMOKE EI Nomo 10c WilKoe 5c Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1916. their PRICE FIVE CENTS. moro emphasized by tho fact that tho now marblo altar stops donated by tho division wero completed this week and will bo viewed by many i IRELAND Brent of MEETING. en- ST. PATRICK'S DAY I i - LEGISLATURE Adjourns After Sessions of Turmoil, Fentured by Prohibitionist Wrangles. Administration Could liar Vut Quietus On Much Discuss Legislation. Dry Vote Swung in Line Wheat Needed to Aid Administra- evening was Faces Barren Prospects in tlio II., Mondayone, possibly a very Tho meeting of Division 4, A. 0. an English A'letory. becauso of thusiastic tho near approach of tho St. Pat- - this morning for tho first time. On next Sunday morning tho members of tho order and tho Ladles' Auxiliary will attend the 6:30 o'clock mass at St. Patrick's church and receive holy communion in a Enlisted Orangemen HavcN c er JJcen Sent to the Front In War. England Has Never Done Anything For. Jrqlnnd From Sense of Justice. REPLY TO NEW YORK Literary Entertainment Under the Auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, ppBpJpjppjpjppjpJpJpjpjppjp. With Attorney J. J. Kavanagh- as Speaker of the Evening. HH HpppppppK u"JbK' wwSS jUV., npjpnL "9' jjiii Imposing Parade and Flag Presentation Arranged by the Societies of St. Louis Bertrahd's Parish in Honor of the Day Takes Place This Morning. tion Measures. TO TRIBUNE i- - t' BE pJpJpJppJppJEbt INGRATITUDE LOUISTILLE IPJPJpBpk The New York Tribune attacked tse Irish race convention held In and Now York, calling tho Irish who comprised the betrayers," delegates "Ireland's laying it were a better policy for Irishmen to still go to tho front and fight John Bull's battles for the sako of the shallow promises of homo rulo that England still holds out. Tho Tribune editorial drew tho following scorching letter from Brendan J. Murphy, of Now York logical City, and give3 sane and reasons why tho Irish people and fholr descendants can expect nothing from England. Tho card is as Irish-America- ns .pLppVJT HIGH MASS TO CELEBRATED AT ,ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. of the Ltgisla-tur- o early Wednesday morning left no acning void in the hearts of the people of Kentucky, the one word descrlptivo of tho actions of that body being hypocrisy, and this can bo applied to both the Democratic and Republican members, who" delayed every measure for tho good of tho people in the interest of prohibition, both parties havinc reDre- sontatlves who betrayed the wishes or tneir political parties. It was expressly stated in the platforms of both contending Dar- tles last year that they stood for the county unit law, this being the roremost plank In both plntforma, tho result in tho primaries further verifying that tho people as a whole hoped that tho lecislatlvo sessions this year would not, as In tho past, bo burdened with fanatical legislation, fostered by political Drcach- ers and prohibitionist lobbyists who dorive big revenuo from tho League. To the disappointment of ovorjone, the General Assembly had hardly convened before tho same dilatory tactics wore introduced by the prdhibltionists, who opposed every measuro for the good of Kentucky if the supporters wouldn't bargain for tho support of the dry legislators, who voted as a unit In nearly every Instance. From first to last the Prohibitionist legis lators, led by a Baptist minister, waged a fight to betray the wishes of the people, who had declared for county unit, the result being a continual turmoil, featured by many disgraceful charges. Tho Kentucky Irish American has contended and still contends that all of this could have been avoided if tho administration leaders had taken a firm stand against the Anti-Saloon en Tho adjournment editorial on tho above subjects suggests certain comments which you may seo fit to print, even though they do not coinRedMr. cide with your viows. mond's loudly expressed desiro for wholehearted Irish participation in tho war was undoubtedly based on a lino of reasoning similar to your own. It may be supposed to have run thus: Whatever the outcome of the war, England Is likely to bo left in tho end In. continued control t tho sea in a position to dictate Ireland's future, as sho has controlled her past. Hcnco tho prudent and statesmanlike course Is to support England regardless of the involved, so that sho may have no excuse for rescinding tho .very slendor modicum of which tho aborted home rulo bill contained. this As a matter of diplomacy desired, but when it left littlo to boIndividual-case- s It did came down to not work. Would you havo approved the Belgians, after conquest, joining tho Gorman army against tho Allies in order to invoko tho nlemency of tho victor when the settlement should come? final Should tho Alsatians havo followed a like course? Germany has lately been talking of giving them an utinomy scarcely less complete than Ireland's. Is it in human flesh and blood to fight in tho armies of foreign nation which all your your literature and your history teach you to have been your country's chief and solo oppressor? Can centuries of racial hatred be obliterated by a mere promise seanty withheld) of a measure of tardy Justice? You refer to tho small enlistment figures. I hopo sincerely that they are true. They show that In tho decimated and Impoverished peoplo who still Inhabit Ireland tho old fires of patriotism burn, and that if they havo been driven to beggary they can not bo bought bv bribery or terrorized by threat. Your figures do not show what percentage of tho Ulster levies have been drawn upon. Even as late is last November I read in a Belfast paper, which shows its colors by printing lte hea'dllno in orange, tho admission that thero had been unexpected delays in getting tho Orangemen to tho front duo, as was explained, to lack of equipment. But the Munsters and the Dubllns and tho Corks found no such difWas ficulty in getting to Galllpoll. it wonderful that tho Impression grow that loyal Orango enlistment was based on a gentlemen's agreethe ment that they would constitute mohomo guard? Consider for a ment how this would havo affected situation. Had tho tho Nationalist Irish enlisted and gone to tho front and been given the post of honor, which they nearly always got, thero would havo been far fower to contest tho issuo with tho loyal Orango homo guard after tho war. If a Liberal British Government boforo tho war could bo bluffed by Carson out of doing an net of partial restitution, what position would a Unionist Government tako after tho war? Better for Irishmen, if they must lose their lives, to loso them; for Ireland, and in Ireland, than as the victims of blundering British butchery. In all tho long relations of tho has done two countries England nothing for Ireland from a sense of Tho same motives that Justice. nnn v.n,. to nffor the apologya for homo rulo which sho calls homo rulo bill, win do openmvo after tho war and will be more efmoro fective tho (itntcf living Irishmen n tx i itnnn them. If the men who aro urging Irishmen to stay out of tho war aro her betrayers, tnen u nm is-iu- cs follows: A reading of your folk-lor- e, (sub-equentl- y Recitation, "S.fiamus O'Brien, or Tho Ancient Ordor of HIbornlans, J. Flynn. only representative tho Days of Irish dances Mils Margaret Ho- organiza Irish and W J CONNELLY, tion In this nart of tho country, will ran County President A O. II Vocal solo, "TlieiMinstrel Boy" present as their contribution to tho miss Aieen six. auss iiena ucKert, rick's day celebration, and then accompanist. J -again possibly becauso of the splen11 Introductory remarks County did attendance. County President I President W. J. Connelly. V,. J. Connelly was presont and esPast, Address, "Irelaifd, Her pecially urged tho members to atPresent and Future" J. J. Knvan-ngtend the G:30 o'clock mass next x J Sunday morning at St. (Patrick's Vocal solo, "Thoj Rocky Road to holy communion, church and recolvo Dublin" Miss Margaret Casperson. calling attention to tho fact that Vocal solo, "Af Littlo Bit of thoro were no conflicting dates to Heaven" Walter TL Barrett. this deter anyone from attending Violin solo. "Irish Melodies" year. Lawrence J. Mackoy, PresiJames Curran, Jr. r dent of Division 3, was presont and Violin solo, "Kathleen Mavour-He was given a warm wolcomo. spoke of tho interest taken in tho St. Patrick's day celebration by his division and made ono telling point In which lie said that any Irishman or that did not belong to tho A. O. II., tho representative Irish society, was not a true IppppppHp PJiJBjiJiJM descendant of tho race. President John Hennossy then called on John J. Sullivan, whom, ho designated as ono of tlie old "war horses" in the rankB of tho order, and tho latter responded that ho would over be loyal to tho grand old order. James McTIghe, T. J. Langan and John J. Barry wero appointed to draft resoMISS ALEEN ZIX, lutions on tho death of tho mother pjiH of Assistant Financial Secretary D. On St. Patrick's Day Programme adjournment the J. Rellly and on mombers went to tho homo in a body St. Patrick's day celebration a and recited the rosary, Rev; Father in Baxtersloadlnsln-tho,prayer- .Bertrand" Hall tlils evening at 8:15 o'clock, and the Committee of ArTHOMAS M. MULRY. rangements havo arranged a splenyears did programme, tho speaker of the Thnm.ns r Mnlrv. slxtv-on- o evening to ho Attorney J. J. old, President of tho Emigrant In whoso reputation as an oraanu ono oi dustrial Savings uauK tor Is well known and only second im mnat nrnmlnent lavmen of tho to his knowledge of Irish history. Catholic church In tho United States died of pneumonia at his homo In Now YorK uity iaio jasi frdlnv Vr Mnlrv WAS actiVO in charitable work and was a member of tho Stato Board or unanues. ST. PATRICK, Popo Plus X, conferred on him the knighthood of the Order of St. lBtSIP)p)pMJ tPwBBiiB Gregory, for his services In behalf neen" Jliss Maymo Goerlng. of tho church. Tho Lactaro medal Quartette, "Como Back to Erin, was awarded to him by tho UniMona Darling," "Mother Machreo" versity of Notro Damo at South John M. Hcnnessy, Walter E. Bond, Ind., and tho Catholic Piison, Louis Hoffman, Walter T. nf Wnshincton conferred on Barrett. degree of doctor him tho honorary The advanco salo of seats has been Mr. Muiry was ai me of laws. tho largest In years and tho Comhead of the St. Vincent do Paul mittee of Arrangements roport that in thu TTnttfd States and Is thoy expect tho whole house to bo remembered by many Louisville sold out boforo evonlng. Those deVIncentlans, as ho had visited this sirous of obtaining reserved seats ' may city some years ago and addressed obtain them during tho day a great meeting at tho Cathedral. from any of tho committee, who will participate In tho big parish parade ritlESTS SILVER JUBILEE. this morning. Tho committee aro as which Is tho '98"-sMJphn Irish-Americ- an , James McTIghe, John J. Barry and T. J. Langan, and tho route will be from tho church entrance out Sixth street to Oak, west on Oak to Seventh, North on Seventh to Broad- - JOHN H. HENNESSY, President Division 4, A. O II body. Very Rev Father J. Cronin, County Chaplain of tho P. orre- r h. Irish-Americ- an I BpppjKl7 - Kav-anag- h, Uni-vnrsi- tv der, graciously granting tho quest of tho committee which waited upon him and promised them a specially reserved portion of the pews for their convenience. As the third Sunday of tho month is tho nearest to St. Patrick's day, tho County Board deemed it advisablo to select this date and believes that it will be tho means of bringing out tho largest representation In years at the annual communion day of tho order, as It does not donflict with tho com munion days of any other societios with which the members may be Every member of the affiliated. order has always had a warm spot In his or her heart for their County Chaplain and the county officers urgo a big attendance on Sunday as a substantial proof of their esteem. As stated by County President W. J. Connelly, no matter what tho or inconvenience, It Is especially fitting to make any sacriflco to bo present, as the holy so"ason of Lent Is tho appropriate timo for such sacrifices, and a fitting close of MISS MAYME GOERING, day celebration tho St. Patrick's On St Patrick's Day Programme. would bo tho attendance at mass In tho church named In honor of tho way, east on Broadway to Sixth, patron saint of tho order and tho south on Sixth to church, tho solemn receiving of holy communion. high mass tOtbegin at tho disbanding ,,- OATHOIiKUCXIGnTS, of carry alternately Irish and American Last Friday night the Central nags and many of tho residents along tho lino of march will decor- Commltteo of tho Catholic Knights attended of America held a well ate In honor pf tho occasion. Immediately following tho church and interesting meeting at St. John's Presservices tho flag presentation will Hall. Clay and Walnut. Tho chair, ident. Ben Kruse, was in the and Secretary Henry Schulten read several communications of importance. Reports of branches wero qulto gratifying, showing that a now intorest In tho C. K. of A. i3 Gen. Michael being awakened. Relchert and tho State Vico President enlivened tho meeting with their timely remarks. Statistics received from tho Supremo officers gavo in dotall tho work of the past K year and tho net Increase In membership, which is steadily increasdis-tan- co tterrado.-TIig-marchorswi- ll - hibition legislation Into the affairs of both bodies. It was demonstrated conclusively at different times that tho probably administration, through thetpiomisc of political patronage, could swing enough of the dry element Into line and on the last day managed to even keep a prohibition measure In the hands of tho commltteo by a de cisive vote, although at an earlier date the same body voted largely la behalf of a prohibition measure. Thus it shows that tho administra tion disregarded tho platform of the Democratic party when considered pro- jfl ing. LOCATES IN l'ADUCAH. n Thomas M. Ryan, tho traveling clothing salesman, who has been a respected resident or Louisville for many years, has left tho city to engage in business in Paducah, where ho has become a partner in ono of tho leading men's clothing and furnishing stores in that section. Mr. Ryan had a legion of friendB hero who will miss him, as ho was an untiring worker in Catholic church and society circles and always a booster for Louishis deville. Whllo regretting parture all unlto in wishing him all manner of success In his now field. In this case it Is Louisville's loss and Paducah'a gain. well-know- So-Mn- tv i necessary, and this latter fact docs not sit well with tho people who wero responsible for tho success of last year's ticket. A striking instance is shown in tho passage of tho Hutchcraft bill. Though this measuro was bitterly opposed by tho men who led tho fight for prohibition, nevertheless the administration whipped Into line as many of tho diy .votes as was needed to carry this measure in both houses. This samo effort mado at tho outset could have stifled and discouraged measures tho flood of prohibition that featured tho sessions in both houses. Thn niv. Father Georco A Weiss, pastor of St.. George's church on Eighteenth street, had a happy and Impressive celebration on Wed nesday and Thursday or tno iweniy-flft- h anniversary of his ordination to tho Catholic priesthood, when ho was showered with the congratula tions of his parishioners ana menus hrniitrimiit this and other dioceses. inaugurated Tho celebration was JAMES CURRAN, JR., On St. Patrick's Day Programme. Mr. Kavanagh's talk will bo "Ire- On St. WALTER BARRETT, Patrick's Day Programme. 1 post-bellu- m land's Past, Present and Future," and this should be an especially interesting subject at this time when tho European war may mark an mass weunesuay epoch in tho history of the littlo with solemn high by green islo across tho sea. Irish morning and an entertainment in the CVCnlnC recitations, vocal and instrumental thn uMinnl Thursday tho celebration began with numbers will also bo on tho pro- solemn votive mass, .tamer woihs. hoIni tlm polnlirnnt. assisted bv Rev Fathers Thome, Ackermann and ur. Revorman, wnen tno itov. Schuhmann preached tho Jubilee TMnlit TJnv THohnn O'Dnn- eomnn DUi UU.. .u.w v.. aghuo and Abbott Obrecht, ofpjpjpjpflpjpjHk wSe$& ?fjk aothsomano, graceu mo occasion oy tholr presence, attended by Vicar nnnorni .Tnmea P. Cronin and Fathers B. H. Westermann, William P. Hogarty and Henry W. Jansen. Aflnr iYn norvlrns thn Blshon and pjpjBBpjWL!Pr w. visiting clergy wero dinner guests pjpjHpflpjBul 'r ,1iV1' I -- .wr - Lj( HON. J. J. KAVANAGH, take placo in tho school yard, a largo American Hag to bo present' to the school by Division 4, A. 0. H.. emphasizing tho loyalty of tho order to our country and inculcating tho JA5IES E. DOLAN, spirit of patriotism into tho chil dren of tho school. President John Jame3 E. Dolan, who served for H. Honnessy will present tho flag. tho response to bo made by Very four years as National President of Rev. Fathor T. L. Crowley, and aur- tho Ancient Order of Hibernians everywhere was known and throughout tho United States, died last Saturday at his homo in Syracuse, N. Y. Ho was a truo Irishman and through his oxecutlvo aBU-it- y tho Ancient Order mado great advancement. His doath is a loss n to his peoplo and State. Mr. was fifty years old and was tho owner of clothing stores Jn Syracuse and Albany. - Do-Ja- f Father .Weiss. Orator of tho Day. follows: John J. Barry, Chairman; T. J. Langan, Thomas Lynch, D. J. McTIghe, Dan Reilly, James O'Keefo, Fergus Moonoy and lPat O'Donnell. Another phaso of tho celebration of St. Patrick's day in which Division 4, A. O. IL, members and other Hibernians will tako part 'is tho big -- SACKED HEART CHURCH. OPEUATION SUOESSFUL. and promlnont in Catholic church and fraternal society circles, underwent a successful operation Tuesday at St. Joseph's Infirmary. Only a fow of his friends know of his Illness, and thero will bo much good feeling when It Is learned that his speedy recovery Is nssured. Mr. Hill la a brother of Rev. John T. Hill, pastor of St Ann's church. VISITED WICmTA. Michaol F.HIU, with tho Louisville & Nashvlllo Railroad Company pEmHHP"$ iiHHlHiBB tWjl lira 'vilbjiiZsKsftSBSKuLi length given up we traitors to their country's cause, u.lr Rev. Brother James, President of Broadway, home rule Is to bo won oniy u to St. XavIer'B College, East nf thn Irish neonlo has been accompanying Brother British ideals, bettor that she Isadoro, Provincial of the . Xavor-lan" on his Western tour of inspecshould struggle yot a as sho has dope for centuries than tion, and the first of last week they that she should sell her soul for a wero la Wichita, Kas. It a. im excollege pected thdy will establish 1 b for boys at WlchiU in the would signify tfeaf .rv.r. lt Vrnmnt nml PiimOll YTQTO MISS MARGARET On St. Patrick's HORAN, Day Programme. tho ..! "" s, plaintive and to tho Irish jigs and reels that aro suro to make your feet keep time to the strain. The programme, complete is as folgramme, from soul-stirrin- g melodies imgie future. " Vocal nr Tipparary"'so, "Everybody Thom Larner, lows Singa parado being arranged to traverse the principal streots in St. Louis Bortrand's parish this morning, and in which Very Roy. Father T. L. Crowley and tho other clergy aro taking an active interest. The programme of exercises will consist of tho parade, solemn high mass and sormdn by Rev. Father Baxtor and presentation of a largo American flag to tho Bchool. The parade will bo headed by tho Reform School Band and a detail of the mounted police, followed by members of the A. 0. II., Holy Name Society, school children and the clergy and others The In automobiles and carrte-Mmarshals of, th parade will be , MISS MARGARET CASPERSON, On St. Patrick's Day Programme. children and tho entire audience will sing "Tho Star Spangled Banner." Photographs of the flag raising and the assembled crowd will be taken in addition to snap shots of the parade. Division 4' part In the parade and parish celebration is Ing the raising Of tho flag tho school Broadway, will Seventeenth and honor Ireland's groat apostlo this morning with all tho splendid ceremonial of tho Catholic church. St. Patrick Is tho patron of the Worthy pastor, who will celebrate solemn high mass and preach tho sermon. will For this occasion tho choir promusical rendor a special ST. PATRICK'S. gramme. There will be a large attendance of friends of Father Walsh St. Patrick's church will today to assist in a proper obsorvanco.of celebrato tho feast of Its patron of his patronal saint. tho feast glorious apostlel saint, Ireland's with solemnity and splondor, a hollj AGED. HOME FOR day having been declared for Right Rev. John Grimes, Bishop school children and througnotj a nt ha Hrmrniso diocese, has out parish. There 8 will do thk o'clock tho high mass at very lined plans and undertaken diocesan ing, withv,tho tno iter, ja erection of a. $200,000 (J., pastorj Cronin, home for tho aged, and has pledged brant, who will also preaca i,imAif in elre $5,000. The homo mon. As In former years. will bo built In Syracuso on a alto will rendor a special musical gramme, which will Include Iv donated by his predecessor, xne Patrick AvLndden. numbers that are always irur iait-Bishop The Rev. Patrick Walsh and tho peoplo of tho Sacred Heart church, the announced progiammo of some of the present State Democratic leaders. First, tho Stato convention Is to bo called in Lexington, instead of Louisville, as nt first intended, and tho delegates to tho Democratic national convention, If there are four, will bo chosen as follows: McCrcary, Gov. Stanley, Senator James and Senator Beckham. This despito the fact that Louisville and Jefferson county was responsible for tho election of Beckham in 1014, and last year giving the Stato ticket a majority of over 4,000, when tho voto out in the rest of tho Stato was against the Democratic ticket to tho tnno of about 3,700. Gratltudo, If nothing else, should prompt tho present leaders to select ono of tho four delegates from Louisville, and a fitting reward would bo tho ehoos-In- g Buschemeyor, Col. of Mayor Frank McGrath or Col. James P. Whallen. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer correspondent, who Is closo to the powers that bo, further announces that If thero aro eight chosen, with a half vote each, Justus Goebel, Camden, Congressman Cantrlll, and last cholco Swagar Sherloy. For eight straight years tho Dornocratlc organization in this district has won signal victories for the city. State and national ticket, yet this Is to bo tho reward. Verily gratitude is a vlrtuo lacking In the maekup of tho present leaders of Kentucky Democracy. ex-Go- v. Louisville That it is tho intention to punish Democracy Is shown by jKrcorxjoisrisr xiRtisn KENTUCKY e. rrto4 PUBLISHED ambrioak. THE SUUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE . . IRISH AMERICAN. 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Tho idea not to overlook thoso me- that this country may bo drawn Into rchant whoso advertisoments appear tho bloody European war on nccount la taia Issue and to whom tho Ken- of tho whim of somo few persons tucky Irish American fools grato-'fu- l. Who Insist on their theoretical Hvory ono will bo found rights as Americans is repugnant. and deserving your patron- - No more sensible or patriotic word has been said on tho subject than tho opinion of Cardinal Gibbons: ST. PATRICK'S DAY. "It is nothing but a foolish risk for Americans to take tho daro of BRITISH SUBMARINE FROM THE BALTIC SEA. Millions of bravo sons and fair travoling by ships that aro in danger. encassed in Ice, returning to her homo baso after her dash Tho E-daughters of Erin, aa well as A true lover of America should Into tho Baltic. Part of tho trip was made under a sea of ice. "who aro not so countless thousands 9, Per yard Serge in navy and black; width. .". 1'er yard $1.25 Suitings in various fashionable color effects. 50-inc- Per yard Overplaid Checked Suiting; II l ci yard "Wool Per yard Poplin in all colors; ..., Check Suiting; 4T. 54-inc- h width. $1.00 h Pekin Striped Suiting; all wool; width. Per yard $2.25 Yorkshire Tweeds; all wool; 54 inch width. 54-ino- h Per yard yard All-wool .' $2.0 h Chuddah Cloth; 54-inc- width. 54-inc- Per $2.50 $1.50 ft ? ? 50-inc- h width, . l.j o $2.00 Per yard All-wool Taillourc Suting; Checked h width. .... .$3.00 ?( 54-inc- h width. Per yard Vclour; 54-inc- h width. $3.50 Gabcr-additio- farUaate as to havo Irish romanco honor and poaco of tho nation hang "AN ACROSTIC." la taelr blood, Irish poetry In their in tho balance. It seems llko asking In their heads, every day, aearta and Irish wit too much to expect tho country to Down tho paths of life rocky way. many a Tough and will wear green today in affectionstand up and fight just bocauso a O'er Comes a friend of tho rich and ate reaaembrance of tho llttlo Island fow aro over daring." poor! aoraw the sea, and in roverent 'Tis an angel of mercy! Ho knocks at tho door meatarr of Its patron saint. St. TIIE1R, IDEALS. Of many a heart bowed down with Patriafc, dead in flesh for many centuries, lives In spirit and benign influonco over tho multitude which hold him dear. Of course thoro aro many other saints, but Bt. Patrick Is ono of thoso virile, forceful saints whoso claim an tke lovo of mankind does not weikaa as tho centuries pass. Loag ago St. Patrick's festival was aonorod by Catholics alone. Judclnr from recent celebrations Irisaaea and Catholics aro not tho only enea who honor his memory jutfl ka glory. At a banquet In Now Tork City tonight, mombors et the various socts will 'contribute Ik Mr quota of praiso and adulation te kis achievements. Irishmen, Froaanmen, Welshmen and" Scotchman all claim him as their own. To ae other saint in all tho long caleadar ddes such a dignity bc- loac. oxer-oIsm sacrifice personal whims when the death of Thomas M. Mulry, President of the Superior Council, at his homo in New York, cast a pall of gloom over tho meeting, and before tho adjournment prayers woro offered for tho repose of his soul. SENATOR KNIGHT'S SUCCESS. II II In addition to tho above arc Calcutta Cords, dine, Bermuda Twill and other novelties, in of which there is but one of a kind. These torn. n Poiro Twills, Brighton Cords, Trilciisc ?$ to many exclusive patterns for suks, range in price from $15.00 to $35.00 per pat- - ? ? Spring: Dress Cottons Liborty Satin Stripe Voile; 40 inches wide; in dolicatc colorings. Per yard .' .$1.25 s Hcdici de SoiO; in white with woven stripes a in blue, green, wistaria, lavender or black. a G5c Yard wide; priced "White Corded Voile; in group effects; h 25c width. Per yard Oxford Skirting with small dainty figures; GOc h 'width. Priced, per yard Piouo,: embroidered in small dots and White figures; large assortment; various qualities; 38-inc32-inc- ! :: ? Gracious Js ho so good idnd A biggor heart you'll never find; failing stern duty'B call, Tho ontiro Kentucky delegation Never Zealous ever, for ono and all. has declared against woman sufR.U. H. frage. Thoy aro women's real JSKKSWO frlonds and would savo them from tho evils that now threaten. Last fall a gathering of tho Guardians of Liberty in convention nssembled adopted resolutions lauding Villa for his persecution and murders of Catholics. Last week this idoal of tho G. 'of L. led a mob in mas6acroing Amoricans on tho bordor. crlef. Senator Charles H. Knight, tho Restoring its courago and bringing junior member from this city of the relief. upper branch of tho Kentucky Stato Legislature, scored a great success uy in tho session that closed last TuesPrince Ho has been called somo: day. night. Senator Knight's most Such a prlnco was never known. anu Corduroy Pique; in colors, such as coral, green, cadet, etc.; yard wide; priced . ...Gio Amazon Corduroy; exquisiie quality; 32 inches wide; in all the new colors; per yard ..$1.50 English Golf Cord; in white and saffron; 32-inc- ($ h width; per yard 45-inc- $1.25 i SOCIETY. I ager Mattlngly aro presenting their East. Striped Satin and Taffota aro highly favored Mannish Suiting Silks, showing many dereaders an oxcollent Catholic week for street wear. Thoy are shown in plain ef- signs in plaids, chocks and stripes, developed Mrs. Walter Lincoln and Miss boneillclal and notable victory was ly, with numerous good fpatures. novelties and chameleon comfects, in gray, and triple shot weaves; Mao Adams Lincoln aro visiting tho passage of tho worklngman's May tho Guardian and its power relatives in Boston, Mass. $3.50 binations. All aro decidedly exclusive and yard wide; priced compensation act, ono of tho best grow and supply the need that ex measures presented boforo the ono yard wide. Prices $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 up blouses For the fashionable dresses and Mrs. Frank Riney has returned Legislature for many years, and to $5.50 which require sheer, gauze-lik- e ists in Arkansas. ADMIHIXG IRISH PATIENCE. silk, we have from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. which will prove satisfactory to employer and worklngman. Tho Extensive variety of Plain and Glace Chiffon provided an unusual variety of Indestructible Earl Cecil, at Springfield. If popular government is good for Tke editor of tho Milwaukeo CitSenator was most diligent In lookwidths. All fashion- - Voile, Chiffon Crepe, Georgette and Lunette in Taffeta; 36 and izen, who is not always friendly, the itnited States, why deny Ireland Miss Beo Price has been visiting ing after legislation that would be w nliln clinlnc nrn innliiflii-in flin c1intinrr. ft1 RO shades that perfectly match other silks here to his says there are good grounds for the right to tho same kind of rule? at New Haven, the guest of Mrs. beneflicial largo, home city and tho Stato at $3.00 displayed. Priced $1.25, $1.75, $2.00 and. $2.50 $2.00 and which has added T. C. Curran and other friends. admiring tho patience-- and persistgreatly to his strength and pop"WILLIAM !:. HOLLEV. ularity. ence of tho Irish people, as disJohn 'Welch has returned to his Senator Knight always played on tho homo rulo question. William E. Holley, Clerk of the homo in Now York after a pleasant timo to hear the claims of thofound difour popular visit to his cousin, Wilson Welch. A great American commander was Police Court, ono of ferent delegations from this district 44,44W...M"Ml'WK"i-M'I-W-W"W'''4-.young. bears the concerning matters before tho GenKNIGDTS OF COLUMBUS much applauded for fighting it out Hamilton, tho genial Treas- eral Assembly, distinction of not only being popular Pres and in every inon oner lino "If It took all sumwith tho people of his nationality, of Macauley's Theater, has just stance, if the cause was a just ono, mer." Tho Irish havo backed tho but bears the unique distinction of urer the ho mado a fight for tho measure. recovered from an attack of principe of homo rulo through forty Abovo all and by this policy and Late News That Will Interest grip. quick action in turning down tUo Members Here and summers of hopo and winters of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nolan and son pseudo reformers who aro found at disappointment, "never doubting Frankfort at oyery legislative term, Charles spent last week at clouda would break." If this is not and visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. looking for an evidence of the real moral force There is one thing the average clothes advancement, if nothing else, SenSweeney. Price Hill Council, Cincinnati, ator Knight deserves our heartfelt of the raco wo do not know of n Despite much opposition will present an Irish programmo for buyer looks for above everything else Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steltenpohl thanks. better est. Many things happened ho splendid fight aro receiving tho congratulations of age made a "Jim Crow" car for pass- Its meeting March 23. to tarn them from their stern of tho in a suit it is the correct and perfect bill, Thoro are seventy-fiv- o candidates their frlonds stneo tho arrival of a behind him had tho support of and tho In tho class to bo Initiated on March chase; but their tonaclty of purpose boy at their handsome peoplo, voters of all classes hoping 26 fit. And one of the reasons why this never wavered. Even their enemies at Columbus, Ohio. home. for tho passage of tho bill, which must concede them tho distinction Tho council at Zancsvlllc, Ohio, would havo been a worthy companthis fast growing store prefers Mrs. James A. McCloud is homo ion measure of tho present segrega- will install ono of tho now stained implied. spent two tion law. from Detroit, whero sho glass windows In St. Thomas church. months visiting lior daughter, Mrs. San Jose Council has presented PRIEST AND PEOPLE. Itobort Stelden and Mrs. Clarenco PRES S. RAY. sixteen volumes of tho Catholic EnDurham. cyclopedia to tho Public Library at Fallowing Is tho beautiful and Ono of our popular House Elizabeth Carroll officials is Pres S. Ray, Court present Wlllimantic, Conn. Misses Mary comprehensive explanation given by our Tho boneflt given by Indianapolis and Mary Doherty were visitors in efficient County Clerk, whoso adminBlskop McCort, auxiliary of PhilawecK, mo guesis oi istration reflects credit upon tho Council for tho Sisters of tho Good Frankfort last delphia, in his funeral sermon of having an equally largo following Mrs. Al Llllard and Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd was a decided success, a largo sum being realized. Bisho? Shannahan of Harrlsburg: is the fact that the men who design and among the many V. S. Farmer. "Tkey lovo thorn because priest of whom aro to bo found fighting his Initiations will tako place at at West AmonEf tho sojourners cut them somehow have mastered the art Cellna and Tiflln, Ohio, on March ID. as a jedple aro invincibly convinced political battles in both primaries Baden Springs tho past week were A team from Chicago will confer the they lovo and general elections. Tho secret of Tinv. Louis C. Ohle. J. H. McGlll of tke samo dlvino truths; of getting the right lines, the right pro major degreo at the first named mat strength and popularity lies in their priests because tho spiritual tho fact that Mr. Holloy can always and wife. Mrs. M. A. Norton and place. tions into the coat, the vest, the trousers. Inspiration of n good priest's life find timo and opportunity to assist Mrs. J. C. Fedler, Sr. Tho now council established at thirty-fois an dear as tho noonday sun; a friend or acquaintance not only in Klng8villo, Texas, starts with L. Mapothor and Mrs. members, eight of whom aro ther lovo tholr priest becauso they matters peraiulng to bis ofDco, but daughter,Wlble Holen Mapothor, reKirschbaum Clothes Enable Us to Promise You Miss in other channels. In last year's recent converts to tho Catholic Ippw that tho faithful priest will primary ho handled tho interests of turned Monday from New Orleans, i Precision and Exactitude of Fit. church. in tho share with them every danger; will Matt Cohen, candidate for Stato whero thoy participated The Knights of Muncio, Ind., had Gras festivities. glva and does glvo to them tho Commissioner of Agrlculturo in this Mardl a gala day when the degrees woro And that goes for any man who may rower of his mind, tho affection of district, and achieved a wonderful conforrbd on a class of seventy-fivHer many friends will bo rejoiced showing, his work receiving many Visitors woro there from all tho surhis keart, tho vigor of his body, and favorable been a read this advertisement be he stout or comments throughout to learn that there has In the conrounding towns. trill aaerlfico all, savo his salvation, tho State. favorable change night" of Bishop Car Tho "Irish dition of Mrs. J. J. Kavanagh, who or short wide or slender or for tketr soul's welfare, and that roll Council in Covington was featwas critically ill with pneumonia at EARNEST WORKER. he sinks his own Individuality and apartured with an eloquent address by her homo in tho Owens-tu- n fust the normal everyday build. Domocratlc party, which has alwayB Hon. Edward F. Dixon. All woro kis own interest in tho temporal Dr. Peter S. Ganz. who occupies ments. honored him. Before serving as woarlng tho green. and eternal welfare of his people. tho highest position in tho gift of County Clerk ho made a splendid Mi. nmi Mrs. Henry C. Bach, of Fifteen received tho first degreo Thla. Is tho reason why Catholics tho Louisvlllo Federation of Cathentertained a record as County Assessor, Institutpriests; this is tho expla- olic Societies, lias mado an excellent tho Grand Boulevard, at their homo ing many reforms in that offlco in Monday night at Indianapolis. Tho love tkelr party of friends class that will recolvo tho third on the manner nation and there is nono other, and showing since ho first became Presi- houseSunday, their guests neing handling of of assessments and the April 30 will bo ono of tho largest dent. Dr. Ganz has long been an last personal and business in tho history of the council. mystery about It." tHere is no earnest worker for the interests of Messrs. and Mesdamos EdwaTd Nord, schedules. In addition ho is a clerk N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. Thoro will be an exemplification Kentucky and has filled his Impor- John Omer, John Krutzman, Goorgo of long practical experience and can Hill, STATISTICS ARE APPALLING. tant offlco to the entiro satisfaction Ranklns, Misses Margaret Lorctta step In at any moment to fill the of tho fourth degreo at New OrMen's and Young Men's Specialist Clothes Shop. leans on Easter Sunday for tho disof tho peoplo and with great credit Floronco, Anna Mao and Messrs. Dan- shoes, of any of his present deputies, trict comprising !' tho States of el IC'M Statistics provo that ninoty out to himself. Desplto his large prac- Omer, Roso Bach, and "ti'H"l- i..4"H"i"H"l'4"l"l'"H--H"H'I"l-'M- ' and in tho handling of olectlon iel and Raymond Omer and Mlko counts Is second to nono. Ho is a Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. of every hundrod married men leave tice ho finds timo for work In tho Fitzgerald. Amorlcan uplift movement, Tho retreat master this, year for member pt tho Moso Green Club and their families in want whon they which justsocial has a placo and a now 99 tho tenth annual retreat of tho othor Democratic organizations. appall-ln- e die. Tho statement is really TNCKNTIAN QUARTERLY. mission. Dr. Ganz has united with Knishts of Toledo rind men of tho ono that Is other prominent citizens in n moveRipplo, end the condition city will bo tho Rov. M. J. ANNUAL MASS MONDAY. Officers and clorgy of the St. of St. Louis BoO. P., Superior altoiether unnecessary. Very fow ment to establish hore a local board MADE Society woro greet- Paul moving of censorship Monday morning at 9 o'clock tho rland's Missionary Band. It will bo mea bat could savo a little If thoy pictures and for analysis and other Vincont do Catherine mat niieu iuu a w(h r an of dis Joseph's day mass will held in St. Frances Cathedral from See Our Exhibit At the Louisville Manufacturers' Expotrie. Besides life insuranco Is tinctive social problems that will be Knights of Columbus Hall at the annual $St. at. St. Joseph's Homo. April 2 to 0. be celebrated sition, FOURTH AND BROADWAY. suea a alight burden nowadays that productive of great good. In every quarterly meeting Sunday after- - Tho St. Joseph Orphan Society will occuevery man should carry a policy. work for the upbuilding' of tho com- noon. President John Doylo rEWEE VALLEY. honor tho occasion by assisting In munity's best interests ho has al- - nioi fhn chair ana uov. uaiuur a body, and tho presence of friends To Many men bellovo In a short ways T and tho taken a prominent part and Eugene Donahoe offered the open- - of this great- soolety Mrs. Ellen TValsb, widow of John u life and a. morry ono. thoroforo it is not to bo wondorod ine nrayer. After mo rcauui, ag orphans will be welcome. Walsh, died Sunday evening of tho renorts and tho at that ho Is held In such high es fhn ronferonco infirmities of ago at her homo at CATHEDRAL. WHIMS AND PATRIOTISM. teem ' by tho general public. Who gregation of a largo number of now Powoo Valley, whero sho was held O'Mahoney. HARRY B. DRIVER n rts Antrum hv tho entire com- - BOTH PHOHES realize tho benefits to bo derived members Rev, Father rm eoinciao Tho Particular Council officers of wun tho vesiora through raon of his stamp. nr, li twiicii win hnm In of tho Cathedral, was introduced HENRY A. 1. PUIS 2635 SL Vincent do Paul Society of L, i the ii .i t and delivered an address on char- s Louisvlllo havo arranged for a sol-- 1 inllc and do not much concern ' SPRING DANOE SERIES. 18C3 and had ity and tho work of tho Vincen-tlan- emn mass of requiem next Wednos--' """.? g tres with intornatfonl law In- ln which sho died that lield his hearers spell- day morning at tho Cathedral at lived ln lln tho question of tho right or of Club' last weok bound for nearly Mackln Social years. Sho is suro for 7:30 o'clock for n citizens to travel oh armed completed, tho series of an nour. In concluding Father soul of the late tho roposo of tho vived by one son, T. P. Walsh, and INCORPORATED. Thomas M. Mulry, antmon of belligerent power.: (lances, which jwo'ved very success Q'ifjlhoney mado a stirring appoal President of the Superior Council of five daughters. Misses Mary, Jose- - 426 South Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. present to increase the the' ful, to those tooihb h administration fead wort (U "BnA ine younrlooking oi me west memb'ershfp is urged that Dhlno. Ellen. Bridget ana Anna UeiUd Btaie. thouat least anotherpresent m many VlnoaotlansIt as can attend .Walsh. Rev. Father Boes conduct-thl- 's forward to aro now Our worknmiiBliirt is positively tho best in tho city, mul hacked friiia .t,dfitlcal victory Aom apnns aorre, iwmcu win uycu sand before the end of tha mass, Mr. Mulry's death 1 ed tho funeral services Wednesday up ly a houso of long standing and financially responsible. of the noted elsewhere In this issue. .or lio principal involved nfc $1 Monday iAgk. Our service not equaled. 'morning at St. Aloysius church. two-ton- e gun-metal Tho Llttlo Rock Guardian has complctod its fifth year and starts tho second lustrum with fine prosMiss Bezzio Hannan has returned pects. Father Stocker and Man- from her trip to New York and tho toes3sssssss3eaai $2.00 55c, i?1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and Chiffon Lisso; in white, gray or black ground with stripes in colors. Yard wide; 65c priced Embroidered Organdies; white Avith figures embroidered in colors; exquisitely sheer in $2.85 width. Priced quality; Swiss at various prices ; Other Embroidered 85c per yard, 35c, 45c, 50c to "White Gaberdine with black stripes; extreme novelty for fashionable skirts; 95c widfh ; yard h 42-ino- Spring; Dress Silks ov-e- ry 40-inc- h l Irish-America- Gr,een-brle- r, ten-pou- Kirschbaum Clothes German-American- s, ur , .;-- e. slimtall Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge - "KIS-M- E KIS-ME- IN LOUISVILLE - ' ..,. three-quarte- rs ,.,"" forty-thre- CLEANING AND DYEING CO. mfd-wlnt- er , t. :1f - . aMJm'nn n M3KT1MJ03BC5r STORE IRISH DRINK JkJMOEtt.TCAJSZ ti -- li YOU'VE TRIED THE REST 2HIg2ffi22ffi3ffl)IKIl: NOW TRY THE BEST 111 I CITRA KOLA SPLENDID BLACK SILKS ssidence; THE VSOPLE THAT MAS THE J.BAcraasgH We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. -if SEVENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS SAME NAME UNDER THE When You Want Good Printing P R I N T I N i BILL HEADS, CARDS, AT PRICES THAT ARE VERY REASONABLE. 5 : EE j EE EE EE Ireland owes a debt of gratitude ' 2 to German philologists and German M EE historians fpr their services to tho w Gaelic movement and their labors in tho field of Irish research, espeIncorporated EE cially to Zeuss, Wlndisch, Zimmer, EE Kuno Meyer and Max Mtiller, whoso : names are household words in Irish Ireland today. Thero aro nine teen chairs of Gaelic languago and iSgB5MS3BB!S5B?a EE literature in nineteen German uniEE and only two or three in versities tho British Isles. Ireland has many reasons to be grateful to Germany. Tho Irish peoplo have no quarrel with the German peoplo who aro in o now fighting for their very against overwhelming odds. England has been Ireland's only enemy among tho nations of the " earth for 700 years. Tho Irish in Ireland and olsewhero deplore tho present European war. Ireland should lomain absolutely neutral. M&.Stiifaiiigfe, Let England fight her own battles. Sate IJ1Mr-'Irishmen have been fighting England's battles too long. There is no reason why a single Irish Nationalist Volunteer should march under tho British flag to shed Gorman oil Austrian blood. Let Car son's Orangemen and Irishmen do that if they want to. Tho choice combination against Ger y many and Is com infidel posed of barbaric Russia, Franco and perfidious England an unholy alliance which is a monaco to civil and religious liberty. Rus sia's persecution ot tho Jews- and Poles has been humano In comparison with England's persecution and oppression of tho Irish in tho eighDuring tho past teenth century. THE WORLD TAKE THEM AWAY, I WANT CITIENS' CLOTHES. thirty years Socialists and Atholsts have controlled tho government of Franco, which has waged war on composed of men who uero largely JOHN FAHEY I'ROMOTJTO. tho ancient religion. Thero is abbelievers in the doctrines of Henry religious liberty throughout solute George, and his acceptance of the John Fahcy, a formor well kwrt tho length and breadth of Germany negative side under the circum Louisville railroad man, has been and Austria. stances was appreciated. At tho promoted to tho position of com- Wo read and hoar a great deal conclusion of tho dobato tho rising ' mercial agent of tho Big Four about tho militarism and autocracy .., ,,. ,. ...u,. Jmesi6Wit&S'W showed that tho afllrmativo road ln St. Louis. Until three years-wayo't each and every ...i ..m. of Germany and Single Tax Men Still Exists in Mr. Fahey was chief clerk in sustained by a largo majority." twenty-fiv- e States in the one of tho GREEK SEA FORT OP SALONICA vlklw Ana so wo jenrn mat among tno VI V Virle Form Among the German empire possesses homo rule. Photo gives a vivid idea of tho landing of the British troops at this poit, showing the number of timo farming class of a great agri At that agent ho was mado com The Government of Germany is troops and provisions. used in transferring the of the New York ConPeople. cultural State, where it would be mercial based on somewhat tho same system trol in Birmingham, and least expected, tho doctrines of sin- aboutLinesyear ago became as that of tho United States. Tho coma Reichstag, like our Congress, repre gle tax havo taken a strong hold. champion. MACKIN COUiVCII. Frank Gotch will bo at agent for the Big Four in sents tho peoplo of Germany and the ringsido to challenge tho winRadicalism flows strong among that mercial Memphis. His family lives here. contains tho same number as our The Present liiill in Jtadleal population. So much so that it 1b At tho meeting of Mackin Council ner, the match to come off within House of Representatives. The Gera mark of courage and congratulathi week a committee was appoint- two weeks. Should Not Deceive MAKING ALTAR LIKENS. represent man State Parliaments tion fni n cnflnVor In lin linlrl ed to make arrangements for the JjEGATi TRIP 1VES1V and make laws for the various "to a ttempf"tdf rcluto sucbS April 30, for Initiation to bo held enough' During the Lenten season the States as our State Legislatures do. which seventeen applications have Ideas. Well can it bo understood Tabernaclo Society of Presentation Each German State has Ian ExecuHon. Edward J. McDcrmott, ex- already been received. Five teams therefrom that wo havo not at all Academy, following tho custom of tive and Legislature aro working under the direction of Lientenaut Governor of Kentucky, IlctuceJi Irihli and Germans Has and manage all local which control of radicalism. Its doctrines former years, will affairs. The That .Radicalism Is Dead or disposed easily dlo as wo liavo been afternoons, making sew on Monday Existed For n Thousand Col. George Thornton, tho Captains was a visitor in Littlo Rock last will not altar linens for or Federal , Council, Bundesrath, Years. prono to imagine. There are two poor churches. Tho meetings will being A. C. Link, Ray Schott, James week, tho guest of tho Very Rev. Dying Is Far From Being represents the several German things that wo can do to aid to- bo held at tho homo of Miss Mary Ratigui, Will Buckel and James Thomas h. Tobin, rector of St. AnStates, and is composed ,of sixty-on- e Tine. ward that deslrablo end, endeavor to Dohorty, 1538 South First street, Gruber. Tho Entortainment Com- drew's Cathedral. Gov. McDermott members. Prussia hns sevenpowerfully assist in stamping out near Magnolia. mitter announced that Dr. Bernard was en routo to IPrescott, Ariz., on teen, Bavaria eight; tho two prinO'Connor would lecturo on tho last legal business. its teachings nnd lend our hands cipal kingdoms in Iiish Monks Carried tho Gospel of combined can not the empire when .MISSION" IN INDIANA. Monday night of this month. to remedy tho conditions hich declare war. It REMEDY Christ to tho German FOR THE CONDITIONS mako radicalism possible. aro being hold regularly For all requires a majority of the Bundes BASKETBALL. Tho Rev. Fathor Cyril, C. P., of now for tho operatic performance Empire. to make srrors contain half truths, and are tho rath, which is thirty-twon Passlonlst to b given early in May. enabled thus to appeal to men. The Newburg road, Monastery week tho war. Tho Kaiser of Germany has The basketball season closed Satleft last for power in many respects than single tax doctrine, as an example, Connersvlllo, Ind., whero he opened' less urday night, when tho Mackin liARGE IiANI) DEAL. For a time there has come to can not be merely done away with a mission at St. Gabriel's church tho King of England. Council team was overwhelmingly .. it. ft a radical circles in our country an by attacks upon it, but by a more that will close on March 19. He " Thi'io Aro Many Reasons For lie- " l" John B. O'Loary & Co. and HECEXT DEATHS. apparent lull In their activities. equitable distribution of wealth and is being assisted by Rev. Theodore Nevertheless the consumlj01 Nw Albany. Thomas B. Smith have l.mcl Itciuaining Neutral by a Just system of taxation. Mesker, tho pastor. West End Many mourning friends attended The organized Socialist movement mated a deal for E. W. McCormackf season's record of the one, many C. B. ot C. V. in War. is not creating the stir of a few county, and Wilson Brosflboys Is an enviable of Shelby tho funeral ot Miss Mary Amnion ON LECTURE PREPAREDNESS. ago. From of Long Run, by which Wilson strong teams going down before at St. Martin's church Tuesday yearshave supposedwhich many peomem. Bros, acauiro 100 acres on tho. that radicalism Miss Amnion was the ple morning. Rov. E. A. Baxter, Chaplain of the Shelbyvillo road about six miles daughter ot Mrs. Margaret Amnion, is dead or dying, that thero is nothlocal Knights of Columbus, will defrom Louisville, being part of tho GRANTS PEOPLE HOME RULE. 1030 Hull sereet, and was twenty-on- e ing moro to fear from it. As a liver a lecturo on "Preparedness" old Caldwell farm, which is a very years of ago. Surviving her are matter of fact this is far from next Wednesday night to the memralnable tract of land, and was tho truth. Radicalism, though perLouis two brothers, Joseph and bers of tho order. This is a live given in exchange for the home Amnion, and one sister, Mrs. Harry haps slumbering to a degree, is far topic and a,t this .opportune time acres at Long Run, and thirty-flv-o from extinct. It lacks but for tho should provo interesting. twenty acres at Judson Station and Fiiendly and In many cases very Watson. agency through moment an efficient 140 acres at Eastwood and a cash close relations have oxisted between Mrs. Mary Riley, beloved wife of which to express its ideas in a BISHOP OF TOLEDO. consideration. The prico is not the Irish and Germans for moro Evidence upon to her oter-n- crystalized form. Riloy, was tade public, but it is stated that than 1,000 years. During tho sev- John rest Sunday called morning at her evidenco could bo adduced ln testith deal involves about $51,000. 1 llillilliHlliiaeilieililflSI&liL Tho Right Rev. Joseph Schronibs, enth and eighth centuries tho Irish home, HOC South Sovonth street, mony of this fact. Especially strikBishop of Toledo, Ohio, was fifty monks carried tho gospel of Christ ing, however, is tho instance of and tho sad news spread gloom years old Sunday, and when ha was CARDINAL NEWMAN LECTURE. and tho torch of learning to what among single tax idea, which continues her many friends throughout the exiBt in a quite the recipient of congratulatory mesis today tho German omplre. St. to virile form Last Friday Rev. Father E. A. sages from his peoplo and friends KIHan of Wurzburg, Fridolin tho tho Dominican parish, where she among the people. Baxter gave an instructive lecturo throughout tho entiro country. The Traveler, Virgilius and Columbanus had lived an exemplary and "Chris- It become that onoSo ofstrong has its best m the life of Cardinal Newman to were among tho most famous Irish tian life. Besides her husband sho Bishop is ono of tho most known living the advanced pupils of Holy Rosars missionaries who Christianized the leaves a son, IDavid Riley, and ono Post, editor of advocates, Louis F. of tho Catholic hierarchy the iPublic, has been Academy. Tho speakor told of tho nations now known as Germany, daughter, Mrs, Hannah Boardman. appointed and Is building ono of the strongest to tho position ot AsTuesday decay of CatholicReformation, tho funeral, was he'd Austria and Switzerland, who aro Tho dioceses in tho Middlo wefltorre ity la England and tho Oxford mostly of Teutonic blood. ' morning from 'St. Louis Bertrand's sistant Secretary of Labor in the country. ' "'1 "' present movement, which was the greatest Col. administration. According to tho late Cardinal church, neighbors trnd acquaintGorgas, tho great sanitary officer ever known in tho history of the Moran, of Australia, and other em- ances in large numbers assisting at PETER MURPHY'S LUCK. who conducted tho work in tho Panchureh, tho leader of the movement inent authorities. St. Bonifaco, tho tho solemn requiem mass. being Cardinal Newman. Fathor patron saint of Germany, was born ama Canal Zone, and Mrs. Joseph a pauper, was; Petor Murphy, Baxter read tho sermon delivered in Ireland. There are at present Following an Illness of two Fels, tho wife of tho deceased soap feeding chickens at' the homo of the fcy the great Cardinal at tho first 200 places in the Gorman empire months of heart affections, manufacturer, aro also actively inLittle Sisters of tho Poor at Grand Hngllsh synod in 1860 in London. named after Irish scholars and miswife of terested in its propaganda. Scheiber, beloved Rapids, Mich., the othor day, when He quoted Maurice Francis Egan, sionaries who flourished in tho early William Scheiber. passed Into eter An interesting and enlightening an attorney fiom Dallas, Texas, in'who styled Cardinal Newman as tho Middlo Ages. St. Gall, a dlclplo of nal rest Tuesday nig.ht at the fam- Instance of the hold of this Idea formed him he was heir to ?J5,000. greatest writer of prose in tho nineColumbanus, who founded tho mon- ily residence, ,2430 West Main on a great number of people Asked what ho would do with tho lihl teenth century. astery of St. Gall in Switzerland in street. Mrs. Scheiber was a woman is furnished in a dobatotho monoy, ho said: "I haven't got it that was tho seventh century, was Irish by of snlondld character and her ueatn held at tho ninth., annual convenQUEEN OF ITALY. yet, but yo can bo sure ma id MISS BOLDRICK IIO.ME. birth and education. In after years will be felt as a loss amqng her tion of tho North Dalcota Society CZARINA OF RUSSIA. be forgotten." Daughter of King of Montothat monastery became tho greatest wide circle of friends and acquaint- - ot Equity In Fargo last weok. J. E. negro, beloved tho her native and- friends won't in Former German Princess, whoso center of learning in Western Eur- nnpes Besides hor husnanu sne is Mr. Samuel J. Boldrick returned family v LATEST IN STYLES. ties aro on both sides of tho ope. Tho alphabet of tho German Riirvlved bv the following children: Kelly, of Piorro, South Dakota, adopted countiios. Vomo last week from Lobanon, and James .Manahan, of St. Paul, by hor daughter, Miss great war. language had Its origin in that self- Anna, Auoipn. Mamie, uouuu, Waists aro still comfortably wcre tho dobatorB tUo former for CHURCH HELL BLESSED. same monastery. In 1741 Handel, John and William Scheiber. Hlixabeth Boldrick, who recently I.. large. """'the negative, thPl latter lor ihn nf LECTURE TONIGHT. opo of tho greatest German comunderwent an operation there for Sunday afternoon tho Right posers, produced for tho first time appendicitis. Miss Boldrick passed htoi lanMtlM 8,d0- "That th0 decision Bishop O'Donaghue blessed tho Rev. areSpreading skirts, a trifle longer, ostabllshcod, FtakS would favorable to single tax." new This evening at 8 o'clock tho Rev. his Immortal "Messiah" in Dublin, through tho ordeal successfully to he report of the affair in bell of St. Peter Claver church on Pale blue Shantung- is much in Patrick M. Monaghan will deliver a and it was tho Irish and not tho SSoSSftSmS inthonrchurSl-a- ds the great Telief of her friends in Herald of Fehru- - Lampton street, of which tho Rov. demand for suits. and tho English who first Tecognized and whero she had long been a regular tho Loulavlllo and throughout tho State. lecturo on "St. Patrick is tho dominating Constantino Schaaf, O. F. M is Irish" in St. Agnes' school hall on appreciated his musical genius. Ger- and devout communicant start, for it is well known that tho pastor. Tho bell is tho gift of tho feature in hcadwear. tho Nowburg road. Tho lecturo will man wrlteis and Gorman travelers HURT BY PALL. d are be accompanied by Irish songs and during tho past ono hundred and Hats built all of ribbon Funeral services over tho remains majority of Norh Dakotans favor Dominican fathers of St. Louis Convent. Thero was a largo commonplace already. f uriaa fnrv A. Fitztrorald. beloved tax reform, and tho"singlo tax pro Mrs, Larry D. Donahuo of 3015 music and will prove very onjoyablo fifty years wero foremost in proven especially tho Irish ngalnst the slan- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. paganda has attendance and n number of clergy Nothing can quito take the place Souta Third street, fell down a for those who attend. ders and calumnios of English continues of tho lingerie blouse. 233 Sycamore- street, tractive" "Tho writer," single tax at thp ceremony. ilght of steps at hor homo Saturwrtlers; among them were Goethe, wero held Sunday afternoon at St. the account, "has been a WILL MAJvE LONG TRIP. Organdy is again chosen for xotue-oday aftornoon, suffering painful Schiller, Zimmerman and Frederick Frances i. of 'Rome ncruch. Rev. advocato for years, yet candor tho daintiest sheer waists. bruises that confined hor to her bed. oinmon burned. mi..hxU wviltn nfrfolntlni?. nels the admission thnt "Keller nr. Tho Notro Damo Gleo Club, fifty Foehrlg. During the past seventy Tortunately no bones wore broken, shawls and bonnet Cashmoro strong, gave its first cntertninment yeais German professors and widely known Bued Manahan off his feet on PltZKerald was Holy 'Trinity church at Byesvillo. strings aro hero again for spring. though sho was injured internally. Ire-- f Ve establishfed being Sec- - pructically every essential point of Ohio, of which Rov. Father Elwood away from homo when it went to Ijer businoSs ability, Though Mrs. Donahuo is sixty years Thero aro many indications that1 "" "V" ot the uuiaoon tuo aeoato. . . . jsvidqnujr secure S. Berry Is pastor, was destroyed the "t",.1 old there is every hopo for her MIshawaka, Ind. Tlio concert was dross will enjoy great eSS a comploto success. Several other tho famous Bavarlah scholar, was a Monument Company. She wns one 'In the knowledge that his audience by flro Saturday night, entailing n popularity this season. oomplete recovory. ..., ,. ., ,(. n ... -rni,n wv cities in Indiana will be visited be- pioneer Tho parsonage adTTJo OI xne nioai hm JV"" ,,......-....,-Tho voguo for gabardine still conin Mflhmm(i loss of $10,000. tho flames and wns win, ,iMn ..'3'. fore the club makes any long tripsf Gramatlca me uaouc movement, of joining escaped HUSSANE VS. HENDERSON. tinues, but broadcloth with a bright Celtlca." a work Most sig savod. several of which aro contemplated. marvelous research and scholarship, tion and sjnc girjhood a member eldo of tho question,'' It is not known what flnlsh Is tho choico of many, Yussif Hussane, tho wrestler, who laid the cornorstono for tho royival ot tho YoungLadtes' Sqdallty, hyjnlflcant statements, If must frankly caused tho flro. Extremes in color aro to bo the , MAKING SITELLS. most sincerolyjbQ admitted. But this fe npt all kas beep keeping In condition by of the ancient languago and litera- whom her d0aU la voguo both for thn homo garment parents she by far, "After the debate," we training Jess Willard, will Journey mourned Besides her ture of Ireland. Dx. Heinrlch INVITKD BY CARDINAL. as well aB for thp dressy outdoor Over a thousand girls have been to Louisville next Wednesday, hav "Irish Element in Medieval io .tinriviui hvnna alstMi Miss Bcsv aro". Informed, "mahvtofftnose wh wear. employed to mako sholls at the Culture" has proved that the Irish sfa FltzgeraWfand,- threilrotheS, .hdard. 1tna argument vrta&4uQd to ing been matched to meet Morti Cardinal Gibbons has lifted tJitf It IS rumored that tho ridiculous Eddystone plant of tho Baldwin were at one time the possessors Thnmrta J.. r.tf3Poh .Towb, qQiftirilitnent Kpjley,. la&fcWlk' afgu Cafhplfc Educational- Assdlatlonta Henderson, tho masked wrestler. upon which' tho average who sot New York agog recently by Locomotive Works. Who are the and bearers of the highest culture A, FitzEeraldiwhoi Jiexteridim6t,rwhilQ oxprosshiAMfiittr belie old Its next annual 'raeetlnir in heels tilt about in a gait anything . . woman " throwing everyono in sight, only shells mde for? Not for Unci in Europe. Gorman phllogits have the sympafcy w menu -- a JJaUjmoro, Tho nieettnSvill bo bqt graceful, are to he pupersef'i losing to Joe Stecher, the present 3am. proven conclusively that the Gaelic quaintaneAs. ' by flat four layered neeis. vifcJcftP"l tnJjt bfcf aufMen$Qv wore h14 Ju$e 8$ to 2 36-in36-in- s do Cygne; these aro splendid quality ina- width and aro worth up to Urials in a $1.00 $3.t0; on salo at, per yard McssaUno A beautiful quality Black Silk Silt Mjessallno in a width; it is regularly worth worth ?2.00 per yard; specially priced at, per yard 81.50 a nlco soft finish and BUck Silk Messullnc In width; this material is suitable for drop linings; a $1.00 quality at tho special C8c jrice, per yard . '. Blaek Cliina Silk These Silks are 27 inches wide and aro to be had in a good quality; specially priced In tho Spring Silk Sale at, per yard, 50c 30c and Blaek Habutnl Silk In an extra quality with lus- troua finish; it is 27 inches wide and worth regularly $1.25; on salo at the special price, per yard $1.00 40-In54-in- ch , Kfttk Bcocado Meteor Satin Stripo Poplin and rau Mack Oriental Silk Theso Silks aro suitable for mourning wear; they are 36 inches wido and priced at, per yard, $1.00 and 750 Black Moire Vclour This is a" splondid material of which to mako underskirts; it is 36 Inches wido and worth $1.25; on sale at the special ,. . . .80c price, per yard h IJInck Taffeta This is a Silk Taffeta In a width; good for dresses and waists; $1.50 quality; on salo at, per yard $1.25 Mock Mescaline In a good quality with bright lustrous finish; suitablo for suits and dresses; in a width and worth $1.25; special price, per yard 80c SATIN DUTOJIESS Also Peau do Solo; these Silks aro 36 inches wido and worth $1.25; spe- cially priced for tho Spring Silk Sale at, per yard 80c Black Silk Taffeta, An excellent quality in a fine dresses. It Js soft finish, suitablo for 36 inches wido and regularly valued at $1.25 a yard; prico $1.00 , soft-finis36-ln- GEE BUT IT'S GOOD Remember the name. Say it plain. CIRCULARS, CHECKS, PAMPHLETS, DRAFTS, BLANKS, BOOK-BINDIN- G D B I N EE City 7S72 INVESTIGATE Main 1257 Phone or write us. OUR COUPONS FOR DISHES. language is the oldest and purest in existence. pj H G I N G I LOUISVILLE ANZEIGER CO. 321 WEST GREEN STREET one-pie- '11 exist-enc- wP" it ,1 f iITh a v&" -- 4'&mwmmi$w pro-Briti- sh Austria-Hungar- - STRIKING trrr "yfiw , rall-vo- to s w' FRIENDSHIP Cir-elc- s o, j-- Tr-,- 1.- i al lleB9H3S fifcP HHH1 s active-member- St Mrs-Elno- ra . KJill wtrnJ - - Top-loftine- ss Ber-tran- ng i - f . com-n-- hSAr, ;.i Ger-Kr- rs "T 1,u." 'xetary-Treasur- or I I :r ..: ,, ;';,.. T.t - one-pie- fniw i.w .,....... . Zira-mer'- B Tfc A - 1 - v "H s JKBXNXTOKY apostle, solves. IRISH A3SS33TgOXAJSlm None should absent them- - WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. JUDGE MATT O'DOHERTl. Ono of Louisville's most prominent attorneys Is Judge Matt O'Dohery, chief attorney for tho Louisville Gas & Electric Company, and ono of our leading citizens, being at tho forefront of any movement for tho good of a greater and better Louisville. Judge O'Doherty camo to Loulsvlllo STEWART DRY GOODS CO. (Incorporated) . N CONNECTION THE GEEAT LOCKHART MILL END SALE CONTINUES . WITH JAMES McCREERY & CO., NEW YORK. Shown at Stewart's Complete Assortment New tories. 1916 Wash Goods j The troubled conditions abroad have affected ih domestic situation by the withdrawal of larger salaries oered in the munition This is common knowledge. wearers from American plants to secure the fac- It is creating a short market on dependable Wash Goods. Makers are already sending out advices that they will be unable to guarantee colors, consequently the Stewart kind of Wash Goods will be hard to get. At the present time we are offering full and complete assortments of qualifies which we can strongly indorse. Satisfactory choice can now be made from all kinds ahd styles, among which are: Printed Flaxons, in many stripes and floral 15c patterns; a yard Woven Flaxons, in a broad range of new patterns; in plain and staplo 25c striped and checked effects. A yard Anderson's Ginghams; in a large assortment f checks, stripes and plaids, featuring new 25c colors; a yard White Flaxon, in checks, stripes of all sizes; 19c 26 inches wide ; a yard Ivanhoc Zephyr Ginghams, in new patterns 15c and solid colors; a yard uUi-colore- White Biltmore Checked Voile, of a soft, sheer quality, with cords forming various size checks; full 36 inches wide; a yard 25c White- Plissc, of a firm quality, in the small crinkle style, so much in demand for underwear; a yard 22c ; Wonderful Cloth tho wash goods so suited to tho making of children's ronipors, misses' middies and house dresses; a yard. .17c With Saint Patrick's Day Sale Important litigation, this extending to his services In legal contests be tween corporations, and also Dartloa Interested in tho dispositions of largo estates. An Instanco of tho latter was the suits over tho Ewald- estate, amounting to several million dollars, and In which Judge O'Doherty was successful as counsel for tho widow. Judge O'Doherty was tho first Judge of tho Second division of tho Common Pleas branch of tho Jefferson Circuit Court. Ho was ono of tho Commissioners for tho State Asylum at Lakeland and is now a director In tho Louisville" Industrial School. Judge O'Doherty Is a member of tho Ancient Order of Hlbornlans and tho Knights of Columbus, having served ono term as Grand Knight of the lattor order. - In 1870, began tho practice of law In 1880, and has participated In much d This biggest event in merchandizing ends Saturday evening. HERMAN STRAUS WCaWWATff ...... Handkerchief Linen, of a very sheer quality. Especially serviceable for blouses; 36 inches wide ; yard 75c SONS (3 MARKET STRttT 2 HIBERNIAN5. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General IRELAND. "OJEXUD MIX,IvE ," WALL PAPER, CARPETS AND RUGS Home Phone, City 4300 Record of the Most Important of tho Recent Events Culled From his High School days to his News Notes. present career as a public oflloial From Exchanges. County Attornoy A Scott Bullitt has boon esabllshlng himself In tho K Division will moot noxt Monday hoarts of tho peoplo of this district. During his school days ho obtained Judge Browne received whltn prominonce as a 8 Tho advance sale of scats for tho and clean sports leader In atheltics gloos at Manoihamllton Quartor of all kinds, tho Sessions. g colebratlon la very promising. High School boys of today holding ' J. J. Kelly has boon elected asThoro will bo 1,000 men In tho him In tho same high esteem as the sistant tomoprary county surveyor V xiiiiviuiuu iHiiiiuo loaay ai uoiumuus, ior uaiway. Ohio. John Kelly, merchant, Klllarney, Tho programme arranged for tho 8 has been apolnted a Magistrato for entertainment tonlghc is tho best in years. County Kerry. 4-2- 6 Cincinnati Hibernians hold their Tho death has occurred of A. celebration on Sunday night in Holy McKeague, an extonslvo farmer of Trinity Hall. Thornmount, Ballymonoy. V President Mackoy's talk at DivisHigh prices for cattle and pigs ion 4 made a big impression on prevailed at tho fair hold In n thoso present. Misses and Children and a big business was done. Boys Division 4 will tako a prominent Shoes, Ovfords, Pumps Tho death has occurred at tho part in tho St. Patrikc's day parish Presentation Convent, Bandon, In mid Slippers. y parado of St. Louis Bertrand's. year, of Sister Ursula her Coholan. The Hibernians of Qulncy, 111., are very activo and aro being greatly y J. Klllen, booking clerk at i and up to $4.00 and up to $4.00 helped by tho Ladies Auxiliary. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account J station, Midland Railway, ' has been appointed station master FIvo divisions received holy comwith this safe, conservative, We have a complete stock of these in. White at Kells. munion In a body Sunday morning old Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more The Mohlll Board of Guardians Canvas, White Buck and Patent Leathers. '4 at St. Joseph's church, Brooklyn. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Thirty ladles received tho third Is unable to get any person to apply per cent. No cost to you whatever. dogree at a recent meeting of tho for tho position of laundress in tho 1 The same courteous attention civen the auxiliary at Windsor Locks, Conn. workhouse. depositor ot 3i.uu or the depositor of $10,000. Every member of tho order should James Byrne, of Balllnborry. has been on tho Wicklow V bo present and receive holy comCounty Council in placo of tho late munion at St. Patrick's church Sun1 day morning. James Galvin. Under the Big Clock Second nnd Market Longford County Council passed Tho members of Division 4 aro State Government Supervision. proud of their achievement tho classmates of his schcfol days! When a resolution of regret at tho death 3 presenting of marble altar stops to sixteen years of ago ho was elected of II. Reynolds and it !MMhhatasAjsjA his ,w V 417-41- 9 FOURTH AVENUE. V the Dominican church. Captain or tho first football team of son, L. H. Reynolds, of Balllnaleo. William F. Nicholson was awarded tho Male High School, and under Rev. A. Forrestal was presented k::w.:w::--:-w:::::w-)HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN tho gold emblem ring for securing his leadership the team achieved with an address and a number of DAN J. HENNESSY tho most members during 1915 for wide honors on tho gridiron field, aluablo gifts on his feast day by Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. winning the local championship in tho boarders of St. Mary's Convent, John A. Hubbuch Division C of Cincinnati. Jos. Hubbucfi, Sr. Seb. 0. Hubbuch A feature of tho celebration in St. addition to defeating strong nelgh- - Nowtownbarry. Paul today will bo the burning of ooring teams at that time. In the jtui- Jumping in front of an in- tho mortgage on tho property ac- days of tho old Loulsvlllo Atheltlc coming train at Mulllngar and sav- quired for tho Hibernian building. Club ho won tho lightweight boxing Ing tho life of a comrado John Every member of tho order In championship and the boxing cham- Lundy was awarded ?50 and a cerLoulsvlllo should bo at St. Patrick's pionship medal at the University of tificate by tho trustees of tho Carchurch Sunday morning. Tho men Virginia. He Is a graduate of the negie Hero Fund. should exceed tho women in num- Harvard, Law School and Princeton Tho death has taken placo at University, where ho was a student Melbourne, UPSTAIRS STORE. bers. seventy-sevent425 W. Jefferson Slreet under our President, Woodrow Wil year, of tho In his James C.h Camp Milwaukee Hibernians will havo son. Hon. Mr. Bullitt's first position I bell, member a mammoth St. Patrick's day celeof tho Legislative Dealers In ....,..---u Taft will bo appointed...iibration. Council. Deceased was- a son ot tho tr'.' Sheriff ,in 1907, ,.". uo his record tho principal speaker at tho Audi- in that offlco being still fresh in the lato wuuam IsgampDeii, uerry. torium at night. Sympathy expressed with John or Loulsvlllo for tho memory Miss Margaret Holloran will fill capablo manner In which ho con Dlgnan, Athlone, and Philip DIgnan, Made to order for Women and Children at reasonable tho role of Queen of Erin In the Hi- ducted tho affairs of Uiat ofilce. In R. D. C, on tho death of their sisbernian parado at Indianapolis. She 1909 ho was nominated for County ter, Sister Mary Angela Dlgnan, of prices. All work delivered and tastefully arranged. Is a popular girl and President of Attorney In the August convention, tho Sisters, of Charity, in the tho Ladles' Auxiliary Juvenile divis- his ringing speech of acceptance in twelfth year of her religious life. M. M. ion. The Grevlsk police barracks, on spiring tho Democratic delegates A noticeable feature, pertinent to and workers and paving tho way for the load from Boyle to Carrlck, have boon closed and tho police tho agitation for citizen soldiery, that memorable victory' In tho will bo tho appearance of tho Hibercampaign. In 1913 ho distributed to other stations. The Telephone City 3210J police huts at Errltt, Falryraount nian Rifles and tho battalion foand was for anothor four-ye24-2- 6 In tho parado today at Columbus, term as county Attorney, and as re- nnd Killer, In tho Castlerea district, TOOTHSOME DAINTIES FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE Ohio. marked often in these columns, havo also been closod. Tho Wexford Harbor Board, of Tho Hibernian banquet at tho Ho there is hardly a gift in tho Demo Warlike doings will never stop tel Sherman In Chicago will bo a cratic party. that tho workers and which ho was Chairman, adjourned And the candv buisness owns its iwiv . voters aro not Toady to bestow on Its last meeting as a mark of rerecord breaker. Judge Marcus Forward MARCH, to the Butterfly Skop will preside as toastmastcr this sterling young Democrat, who spect to tho lato Alderman Hanton. This is the order of the day. Graco Archbishop Mundo-lel- n Is considered ono of tho party's best The Wexford Operatic Society also and His passed a vote of condolence with will deliver tho principal ad- assets from every standpoint 2I MADE WITH BUTTERFLY CANDY SHOP 7 dress. the family of deceased. Last Sunday tho Hibernians of "We havo reason to bo proud of IMPORTANT ADDITION. -- Cwr Columbus, Ohio, had a big initiation our country," said County Court of the fortieth anniAmong the prominent concerns ot Judge Drummond at tho close of in celebration Home Phone City SC84 versary of tho founding of tho order tho city is tho Andriot automobile tho Quarter Sessions Circuit. He Lowimy'w Chocolate in Hulk or Fancy Boxes. only living charter and wagon plant, whero all kinds of found tho same condition in Meath, In that city. Tho President John automobllo bulldlpg and repairing Westmeath, Cavan, member Is Longford, in Cook. is done, and which Is located at 217 vhich there has practically been no Homo City 8101 SEE US ABOUT ANYTHING IN REAL ESTATE Cumb. South G6- -t , One of tho notable evonts In the West Green street. This old and crime. Home Phone City 4464 Cunib. St. Mathews No. 90 history of tho order at Columbus, well known plant, established long Tho death occurred unexpectedly & Ohio, was tho big Initiation last Sun- years ago by tho lato Peter M. In Castlebar of 'P. Timlin, J. P., anniversary Andriot, is now conducted by E. L, a well known Nationalist, who was day, when the fortieth INCORPORATED. was celebrated. Hon. T. S. Hogan, and L. J. Andriot, who aro well Chairman of tho U. D. C. for sevformer State President, was ono of known automobllo builders and un- eral years, President of tho Town derstand overy phase of tho busi- Tenants' League branch and tho lo tho speakors. 33$4fce$S4KS Thoro will bo four divisions, each ness, They carry all kinds of re cal division of the A. O. II. and headed by a band, In tho Hibernian pairs and accessories and do a gen Volunteers. AVJ3 DO MOKE FOR OUlt MEMBERS THAN ANY parado at Denver. James Fortuno eral business in tho lino of rebuildTho Athy Urban Council has TTt-a- r HST OTHER XJKE COMPANY KENTUCKY. OOAL will bo Grand Marshal and over ing and repairing cars, and all adopted a resolution protesting 2,000 members aro expected to bo automobllo owners will get com- - against the action of tho L. G. B. In Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue in line. During tho formation of pleto satisfaction in dealing with declining to exempt the Franciscans tho parado an Irish chlmo concert this firm. All over the City aro to in Athlnno from rntiw Mr. Doyle will bo played on tho Cathedral do round auto trucKS supplied hv tho 8ald tho acUon of the authorities in ' Andriots that aro giving tho very raising ' bells. the question at a time when Sunday morning, March 10, all best satisfaction. Irishmen were shedding their blood members of tho Ancient Order and in thousands for England was WILL STOP RUST. Ladles' Auxiliary are expected to FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Fk tfct yK ISIS IWt Cmvmt pM Its mutters Is tin State ef KMfawky 55,952 WwHy comassemble and receive holy MtaMHty imms MMitmc to jisb.bi2.5D. mm m tke urn el tim it pM 1310 oeitli Havo you tried coffee grounds as munion at St. Patrick's church. It FREE SERVICE. V'OXtKS GET KAISB. CUIm. Mwatiic tt $66,048.59, mafctoc a total ef $259,861,80 ptU l brnttts to Its Motors They Is a most impressive and beautiful a filling for pincushions? m mhumj w in jfw. sight to see tho membership of a should, of course, be well drlod and Under the oneratlon of the mlnl- vast organization acting in unison nacked very tightly mio mo caso. mum wage law in Massachusetts ."SEE ONE OP OUlt AGENTS AND INSURE AT ONCE" in this public manifestation of faith Needle and pins kept in such a '....... increases have been given to wage 1101-0- 3 annually near tho tout of Ireland's cushion will not rust. 11,682 women. EAST BROADWAY. 1 First Communion FAII.THB" A. SCOTT BULLITT. ! and Confirmation I I SHOES Boys, Misses and Children jLOUISVILLE, Do W. MARKET I ky, r- Gur-tee- You Can't Better Anywhere. I I ! $1.50 SI. 2.5 i flfty-flft- LIBERAL TERMS. I y3KP Bally-mone- S8i$KSS Sixty-one-yea- t co-opt- i i German Insurance BanR ,yvvyiryyA8raxy,yiytyi - Joseph Hubbuch, Sr. & Sons. Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS ,niii S HROUDS Jr Head-Grlnste- GODFREY M'DERMOXT BOSTON BUILDING. JJ West Market Street ar Kav-ana- gh JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. HEADQUARTERS FOR XT' CANDY 1 II Piffl Xs u 520 S. Fourth Ave. DOUGHERTY LANNIG COAL CO. HIGH GRADE COAL OUR STAR BLOCK " ' KENTUCKY CENTRAL I Life and Accident Insurance Co. xoijivix,ra3, rcHwaruorcY. itt AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES ).) , FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCp. WE DO PRINTING FUST CUSS WORK Giro This Office Yoar Next Order. Kentucky Irish American NO. 12. In 1 SMOKE Nomo 10c WilKoe 5c Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS. face lighted up with Joy and tried to utter a blessing, but being unablo to speak, ho raised his hand a little to bless them, and in tho very act of doing so ho died. Besides Patrick, Brlgld and Columbkillo, tho following aro a few of tho most eminent of tho Irish saints: St. Albo of Emly in Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Vftr Limerick; St. Enna of Aran; St. Organized Beforo War of Flnneu of Clonard, tho founder of Revolution. tho great school there; St. Klernan of Clonmacnolso, which becamo ono of the greatest of all tho Irish monasteries; St. Brendan; St. Comgall, tho founder of tho celebrated Bchool Only Qualification For Membership of Bangor in Down: St. Carrthach Was Fidelity to Americas or Mochuda, of Lismoro, whero ho founded one of Ireland's greatest Cause. schools. Amonjr tho vast number nt Irish men and women who becamo Illustrious on tho continent tho following may bo named: St. Fursa of Guvo Twelve Officers and Numer- Peronne; St. Dympna or Domnat ous Officers of Lower of Gheel, to whom tho great sanaRank. torium for lunatics at Gheel in Belgium Is dedicated; St. Colum- banus of Bobblo in Italy, founder of tho two monasteries of Luxeull and Fontaines; St. Gall, patron of GEORGE WASHINGTON MEMBER. St. Gall (in Switzerland), which was named from him; St. Klllan the apostlo of Franconla; St. Cataldus, Bishop of Tarentum; Virgil or Virgllus, Bishop of Salzburg, called Tho Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Virgil tho Geometer, from his em dates its origin from Soptember 17, inence In science; taught probably for tho first time tho rotundity of 1771, when seventeen persons. nearly all of them among tho merthe earth. chants of Philadelphia and all belonging to tho Hibernian Firo LOGAN N. ROCK. Bucket Brigade, and all of them When v local Domocrats visit Irishmen or sons of Irishmen, met Frankfort they aro always sure of In Burns' Tavern in that city and a warm welcomo from their fellow- - formed tho organization now so famous. Tho object was friendly and social Intercourse. From its Inception In 1771 Its roll comprised ono hundred members, viz., ono adopted member, Gen. Georgo Washington; sixteen hon- their frail vessels braved tho como forward to take tho load In dangers of the ocean and the powIrish politics, and to press upon tho ers of her sons in order to possess English Government tho twin naher, and tho haughty Norman who tional demand for Catholic emancihad seen tho plains of Lombardy, pation and for tho repeal of tho vlnoyards of Franco and tho rich the Union. Tho latter themo hod been corn fiolds of England, forsook all one of his earliest objects of his for tho chanco of winning with his Tho Clilcf Characteristic of Great eloquence, but It waB to Catholic Was Religious Fervor in Ireland Ireland's Virgin Beauty Still Bright sword tho pleasant valleys and emancipation that he devoted himgreen fields of Ireland. Sho is as AVhen Light First Burst Liberator's Early Llfo self actively in tho earlier period During Lifetime of St. bowed today In sorrow, her llborty of his career and it was over CathUpon Earth. Was Courage Patrick. wrested from her and held In tho olic emancipation that he achlovcd remorseless grasp of tha foreigner. his greatest triumph and rendered But ho can not effaco her beauty, tho greatest service to his country. His opponents had no eloquence of Irish Earth Saturated With Blood of her sons that hopo which has He Fought tho Catholic Causo in their own to pit against him, but Greater-ThaHas Ever Been Witbuoyed them up in suffering and thcro remained a means of silencing of Her Many Martyrs AH Places and in All tribulation and which in all their nessed in Any Other a too eloquent opponent. A duel sufferings has never deserted them, was forced upon O'Conncll. Tho and Patriots. Seasons. Country. the hope of again raising to the lattor met D'Estorre and exchanged dignity of a nation and placing on shots; and O'Conncll wounded his her brow the diadem of republican adversary so severely that ho died freedom. a few days after. O'lcns and Valleys Bedecked by tlio The nations havo failed whilst thou Was Over Catholic Emancipation Gathered Around Great Apostlo art still young, SQUIBB BEN SCHULMAN. Tliat Ho Acliicvcd His Hand of Nature Aro AVero Many Holy and Thy sun is but rising whllo others aro set, Greatest Triumph. Sparkling. Earnest Men. Residents of tho Sixth Magis And though slavery's cloud round terial district aro especially proud thy morning has hung, of tho Magistrate in their district Tho full noon of freedom shall Squire Ben Schulman, as his beam round theeo yet. TWO ILLUSTRIOUS SUCCESSORS. NOT A FUItllOW OX HKK FACK. Erin! O Erin! though long In tho FROM FIRST HELD HEAD HIGH. shade Thy star will shine out when the proudest shall fade. RADIANT 0'CONNELL REMARKABLE WERE TRUE n A J Ono of tho chief characteristics Isolated and alono, fresh, bright THO.MAS WALSH. of Daniel O'Conneli's, early llfo was and sparkling, radiant in her virgin beauty, ns if newly fashioned by Attorney Thomas Walsh, whoso courage. It needed no small cour-ag- o tho hand of God, sits Ireland on cut appears herewith, needs no infor a young man, and a Caththo bosom of tho Western sea. troduction to readers of tho Ken- olic, to lift up his volco eloquently profesThough older in historic recollec- tucky Irish American, his against tho Union at a meeting tions than Rome, and suffering sional and political capacities, as h overawed by the presand fraternal ence of armed soldiery, under, the moro from tyranny and wrong than well ns his social any other nation in tho world, time command of tho detested Major has not blanched her cheek and Sirr. Alluding to the Irish Parthere is not a furrow on her face. liament which had voted away tho Her hills are as green today, her liberty of Ireland, O'Conncll said: fields covered with a verdure which "The representatives wo had belongs to no other land, are as elected for tho short space of elcht bright and beautiful as when first years nau no authority to dispose stand and fight in tho Fiscal Court at the diviuo command darkness or tnoir country forever. Thev for efficiency and good governwas dispelled and light burst upon wore the servants of tho nation, not ment has won him support and tho earth. Her rivers, bright as us masters. I deny that the nation pralso throughout Jefferson county the sunlight that warms them, and Itself lias a right to barter Its in- from tho business Interests and . pure as the hearts that beat upon HiaiaHHHMPlaiaKr Squlro Schulman dependence or to commit political residents alike their banks, flow on to tho sea suicide. LaHBL mWL But when our servants was formerly a member of tho l through glens and valleys bedecked destroyed our existence as a nation General Council, where he mado a oy tho hand of nature In a garb they added to the baseness of as- good record. Ho is President of of beauty, fringed with flowers and sassination all tho guilt of high the Social Democratic Club, ono organizaleafy foliage, and begirt with moun BBBBXBJaBBKtfr' of our strongest local ' treason." universal tains green with verduro to the It needed no small courage for tions, and is an Fourth andfavorite very Fifth summit. Her magnificent such a man to take upon himself, throughout tho lakes aro unsurpassed for beauty as ho did a little later, tho part of wards and grandeur by any others In the the champion of tho Catholics of SQUniE FRANK DACHER. world. Tho vory names of tho Irish Ire'and. At tho timo when O'Con-ne- ll rivers and lakes ars musical and was rapidly making his way Considered by many to bo the Round as sweet as the tones of a Into the front rank of tho legal harp when touched by a master profession, tho Irish Catholics were dean of the local Magistrates is hand. The Saxon for a timo has reduced by oppression, by privation Squire Frank Dacher, who presides robbed us of our inheritance, but and fit renal laws to a condition over the dlstlnles of tho Fifth he has failed to entirely obliterate of nine despairing apathy. They Magisterial district, which is tho language of our fathers, and so had no ambitions which they could of tho First, Second and the lakes, rivers and mountains aro hope to gratify; they had no priv- Third wards, juada dJaWctj in, made him ileges as citizens; ,they still namod In tho soft flowing lan- prominence, having hadalmost, ivhlshhe,Js,Doaltjalejema guage of tho Gael. Gazo upon Loch widely known in both Kentucky no rights as human beings. It was Neagh, Loch Lene, Loch Corrlb or and Indiana, where ho was born. for this class that a young man of Loch Con, and say can Italy with Mr. Walsh's career as a lawyer their own faith now dared to come all her magniflcenco boast of such started soon after his admission to forward, not merely as their degems as these? Had Byron seen the bar, and hero he hns enjoyed an fender but as their vindicator and Killarney or the Leo ho would never extensive and successful practice. justlfler. From tho first ho held havo sung of tho scenery of tho In all his professional career ho his head high and cared for no Rhino or the beauty of Lake has shown the same keen aptltudo man. From tho first ho adopted Leman. Sail down the Shannon as and Interest In tho welfaro of his an attitude of defiance and a tone passes tho battered walls of Lim- clients as ho has displayed In con of oven aggressive scorn of his It erick and Athlone, or stand on tho ducting his private affairs. Fra opponents. Ho fought tho Catholic banks of the Munster Blackwator ternally Mr. Walsh Is widely known causo in all places and in all seaor tho shores' of the Foylo, look through his prominent connection sons, on tho public platform and In upon Clew Bay, Galway, tho Llffoy, with tho Ancient Order of Hiber- the crowded court room, with an tho Slaney or tho Sulr and con- nians, tho Knights of Columbus and eloquence which was not less refess that Ireland Is tho garden of his ability and wit as a speaker. markable for Its power than for tho world. Slelvenamon, towering Despite his busy life ho finds time Its passion, for Its beauty than for to tho skies, looks down upon the to do much for tho poor, and at Its bitterness, for Its admirable "golden vale" of green TIpporarj'i present Is President of tho St. Law- arguments In favor of its cause rence Homo for Working Boys, be than for its so grandly rich in beauty and fermerciless attacks upon woman or child. Prior to his electility that It drew an exclamation ing ono of Rev. Brother Plus' most his powerful adversaries. tion as Magistrate Squlro Dacher and earnest helpers. In this connection of delight from tho rough It was a new thing for tho And It is not out of place to state that Catholics to see a man of their own served as Clerk In tho Crlmnal rugged breast of Cromwell. division of the Jefferson Circuit no wonder the soil is fertile. Mr. Walsh is still unmarried. creed rising up from their midst Court, and during that timo be There Is not ono square foot of to assail tho Ascendancy with all came personally acquainted with AMERICANS. HYPHENATED Irish earth but has been saturated tho weapons of wit, scorn, satire not only the members of tho local blood of a hundred times with tho political leadors, and invective of which O'Conncll bar. but To the question, "What Is meant was then and always so complete a who saw with tho martyrs and patriots. Other and In tho bright young clerk moro happier lands, basking in tho by a hyphenated American?" tho master. a future valuable asset for the Fearless and sereno sunlight of freedom, may invito tho Rev. R. L. Hayes answers as fol- assailed tho dominant class after ho Democratic party. In 1909 ho was a traveler to their shores, and point lows In tho Pittsburgh Observer: elected Magistrate to tho court In faBhlon to which thoy out with prido their grandeur and "Tho hyphenated American is tho unaccustomed, and tho were Indeed which ho presides by a big majorsurprise of their civilization. But Ireland can man who made an heroic sacrifice the Catholics on discovering such ity, and in 1913 was again elected point to tho enduring monuments for wife and children and family a defender can scarcely havo been by a big vote, running away ahead which dot her surface, tho round In leaving tho traditions of cen- greater than of many of his associates on tho years ago, turies to help to create tho history In finding that of tho Ascendance Democratic ticket in that district. towers, raised 3,000 that tho despised Cath- Squlro Dacher possesses a charmat- of America: who accepted America's which tell of a civilization olics had found at a tongue tained by our fathers when the na- call to land on her shores to onjoy that was more torriblolast them than ing personality, which has earned to him the friendships of many not tions of today were lost In tho dark- a fuller liberty; who changed a the sword. but only In his own district ness of barbarism. wilderness into fruitful plains and In 1812 ho a speech In From Capo Clear to tho Cause- meadows; who traced roads through Limerick which made of the finest throughout Jefferson county. is ono way the ruins of Abbeys, churches dense forests; who built America's specimens of his surpassing eloWASHINGTON AND IRELAND. and castles start up at every turn, railroads, threw bridges across our quence. After reminding his hearhisrivers and cut tunnels through our ers of tho valor of their ancestors, and every spot Is teeming with savagery ho said: "Yes, If Ireland is fairly Mount Vernon, July 20, 1788. toric memories. Tho Shannon Is mountains; who forced Dear tho largest river in any island in farther and farther Into the Interior roused to tho battlo of tho country To Sir Edward Newenham tho world, and Neagh Is tho largest until now civilization reigns from and of freedom, all is safe Britain Sir: . . If Ireland wore flvo hunfurther distant from lake in Great Britain or Ireland. Atlantic to Pacific, from the Lakes has often been conquered. The dred miles Blackwater passes to tho Gulf; who founded cities and Romans conquered her. Tho Saxons Britain tho case with respect to tho Tho Northern through a tract of country upon cultivated farms and built schools. conquered her. Tho Normans con former would bo speedily and mawhich England for tho space of 500 who shed copiously of his blood quered her. In short, whonover she terially changed for tho better. ueorgo wasningon. hundred years was unablo to plant In every battlo of America's wars, was invaded sho was consuered. Mount Vernon, January 20, 1784. her flag. Its banks havo been tho on land and sea; who performs an But our country was never sub To the Yankeo Club, Stewarts-towKcene of many a bloody battlo and humble but lndlspensablo work in dued; we never lost our liberties Ireland County Tyrone Its waves have been reddened with our vast and complex system of In battle, nor did wo over submit-tGentlemen: It Is with unfeigned the blood of many a Dano and American llfo; who des a task armed conquerors. It is true tho satisfaction that I accept your conSaxon. Tho Bel fires of our pagan upon which tho great industries old inhabitants lost their country happy and glorifathers havo , gleamed to tho sky furntehlng tho wealth of Amorlca by by fraud and treach- gratulation on the If in tho from tho summit of Croagh Pat- depend; who Is the backbone of ery. They relied upon the faith of ous revolution. long ages ago, per- our railroads, our mills, our mines, men who never, never observed a course of our successful contest, rick, in navo re haps beforo the foundation of tho our factories, our farms; who has treaty with them, until a now race any good consequences first pyramid was laid or tho Ilald made Amorlca posslblo and will has sprung up in dissension and sulted to tho oppressed Kinguonr oi will afford a new source keop America glorious. This Is a discord. But the of Homer sung. Irish heart and Ireland. It Tho Bay of Dublin is tho most personal opinion of tho hyphenated soul still predominate and pervado of felicitation to all who respect I As you soe, It dlffors tho sons of tho oppressors them- tho Interests of humanity. beautiful in the world, and Is American. havo tho honor to be, with due scarcely equaled by tho Bay of from the definition usually given selves." Naples. Tho cove (known now by by those who seo in tho hyphenated Tho coarsest vituperation was consideration. Georgo Washington. tho vulgar namo of Queonstown) American a sort of mongrel who dally poured upon O'Conncll, but LADY DAY. Is tho most capacious harbor In tho happens to differ from themselves this had little or no effect. Those world, and Justly celebrated for its In ancestry, language and religion." who assallod him ho could assail "Ladv Day In Spring" is tho way beauty. Tho Rhino, studded with .again; thoso who abused him ho castles and vineyards, has been for MONSTER HOLY NAn3 PARADE. could abuse yet moro roundly. Ho English and Irish Catholics speak of tho Annunciation of years tho delight and admiration of could meet tho ferocity of his op- of tho Feast of tho ponents with a ferocity of his own, our Blessed Lady, which is cele- -' Tho Archdlocesan Union London Cockneys and aristocratic This day vine- Holy Namo Society, of Cincinnati far moro acrid and far moro gall brated on March 25. snobs. But do tho Gorman Archangel tho yards yield to tho delighted senses has advanced a suggestion that has ing. Ills marvelous eloquence made commemorates & more fragrant odor than tho met with a welcomo reception by him more than a match for tho Gabriel's visit to tho Blessed Virgin, she beautiful perfumes wafted by tho tho Holy Namo societies of tho ablest of his opponents. This was telling her thatGod. was to become wind all over the island from tho larger cities of tho United States. no mero eloquence of tho Senate or tho Mother of budding hawthorn, tho furzo and It Is planned to have ono million of the school; it was as much at marching STRONG MORAL POWER. laburnam that grow on tho banks men samo timo in different cities nt homo on tho hillside as in tho counCan tho Rhino tho profanation as a protest against cil chamber, upon tho hustings as in of the Shannon? of tho name of God. Tho Catholic church teaches loy in all its boasted grandour com- tho second Sunday in Octobor is tho hall. It did not need for its respect for tho alty for tho pare with that bright and mag- Tho audience a chosen group of cul civil authority, State Ed favored aB the day. obeaienco to law ana nificent river as It stretches out Its ward Sweeney, of the President tivated, educated men. It stirred observance of order. It urges its Archdlocesan broad waters below Limerick and Union, states that he has corre itha blood and fired the mind of members to bo good citizens. It rushes to tho embrace of tho sea? sponded with Holy Name leaders In the humblest with the samo national Inculcates honesty, Industry, soThere Is no land on the globe so fifty large cities, and that New pulsations and aspirations that At briety, peace, chastity and fidelity beautiful and no land so much York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chi gave to the statesman and to the to every duty. It Is the strongest neglected. Her beauty has been cago ana Milwaukee indorse the scholar. moral power that the government tosnr curse. The savage Northmen plan. Such was the man who had now has for its support. . well-nig1-"L om-pos- ed n, plecQ-mea- l, tho-lon- ... ... J. During the lifetime of St. Patrick thero was extraordinary re ligious fervor In Ireland, which lasted for several centuries, such as probably has never been witnessed in any other country. Thero gathered round tho great apostlo a crowd of holy and earnest men, who when thoy passed away were succeeded by others as holy and as earnest, and tho long succession continued unbroken for centuries. Wo havo tho lives of thoso men pic tured in minute detail in our old' writings, and It is impossible to look on them without feelings of wonder and admiration. They were wholly indifferent to bodily comfort or to worldly advancement They traversed tho country on foot TSBSBBv:HEs3y iISe. and endured without flinching privations and dangers of ovory kind for tho ono object of their lives to spread religion and civilization among their countrymen. When at home in their monasteries many lived and slept In poor, comfortless llttlo houses, the remains of which may bo seen to this day places we should now hesitate to house animals in. The lot of the poorest and hardest worked laboring man of our timo Is luxury Itself compared with tho llfo led by many of thoso noble men. But even these were surpassed by thoso resolute Irishmen who went In crowds, In townsman, Logan N. Rock, Special tho seventh and eighth centuries, Assistant to tho Attorney General. just halfr and it is youngbecause of that trait bTgpreachthejigospeljSitothe. attorney that his In Jtlils savagorTeroclousTandlTYlclousipoopla who then Inhabited Gaul, North solecTfon by tho State administration was especially well received Italy and Germany. hero, as Logan Rock is high in must not bo supposed that all tho esteem of all It Democrats repeople of Ireland were con- gardless tho of factions verted by St. Patrick and his com- Rock Is a. native of or cliques. Mr. Louisville, bepanions. Thero wero largo dis- ing born February 8, 1889, attricts nover visited by them. Much tending our public schools, and pagan superstition remained; the after graduating from tho LouisDruids still rotalned great Influ- ville Male High School finished ence, and for moro than a century his education at tho Cumberland death Chris- University of Lebanon, Tenn. He after St. Patrick's tianity had a hard struggle with was admitted to tho bar in 1912 so paganism; that thero was and has practiced In tho Louisville plenty of work for his successors. and Kentucky courts over since, Of these the two most illustrious and Is associated with Gen. Benwero St. Brlgld and St. Columkllle. nett H. Young, with offices in tho building. Ever St. Brlgld of Klldaro was born Mr. about tho year 455, at Faughart, since attaining his majority near Dundalk, but her father, who Rock has worked unceasingly In was a powerful chief, belonged to behalf of Democratic success In Lolnster. Sho became a nun when Louisville and Kentucky, always very young, and soon tho fame of being 'found at the front in either the a primary or general election, and her sanctity spread through head of tho Speakers Having fqunded his workInas tho whole countryBureau last campaign and convents In various parts of Ire- with tho special campaign land, sho finally sottled about tho was complimented highly by trains many year 480 at a place In Lelnster, of tho State Democratic leadors. wooden Cool and conservative, ho has met where sho built her llttlo cell under tho shado of a great oak every issue fairly and squarely In tree, whence it got tho namo of his dealings with all, and this trait Klldara, tho church of tho oak, now has won him tho friendship of Klldara. This becamo tho greatest many who wero on the opposlto nnd most famous nunnery over es- side In primary fights. In tho St. Brlgld opinion of many this is 'tho secret tablished In Ireland. on February 1, 523. died of his success and explains why St. Columba or Columkllle was his selection as Special Assistant born In 521 at Gartan In Donegal. Attorney General was pleasing to Democratic Ho gave up all tho worldly advan- every faction In tho tages of his princely birth for re- party. It can bo truthfully said ligion. In tho year 64G ho built that men of tho caliber of Logan valuable asset to tho church of Derry on a spot N. Rock aro a party, as ho Is a presented to him by Prince Aed Mac tho Democratic oxample coming of tho Allnure. afterward King of Ire- fitting man and young blood, and land. During the next sixteen years young preached and youthful leaders are always welho traveled and como founded a groat number of churches party. In tho ranks of a political and monasteries all ovor tho country. In the year 5C3 Columba MANY LIKE OASES. wont with twelve companions to the llttlo Island of Iona on tho west A widow had a claim of $5,000 coast of Scotland, which had be,en against a company In a distant granted to him by his relative, tho Stato. Thcro was no question as King of that part of Scotland. Here to tho moral obligation. But there he sottled and founded tho monas- was an ambiguity in tho claim that tery which afterward becamo so it posslblo to tako tho case Illustrious. Ho converted tho Plcts, mado court. After long and vexatho Hebrides, Into delays tho suit was finally nnd ho traveled tious foundpreaching to tho peoplo-nn- d for ing churches whorover ho went. set long trial and tho woman mado and expensive journey In After a llfo. of Incessant activity a to be presont. Thon a settle-me- n In tho services of religion his death order out of court was offered for sickness camo upon him at Iona in half tho amount of tho claim. Her biographer, St. lawyers tho year 597. His her to accept it. Adamnau, has left a full account Tho otheradvisedthoy told her, could side, Though of tho manner of his death. hand her feeling his end approaching, he wear worth out, and $2,500 In 5,000 moro to was continued as long as ho was able in court. It was her than good obviously copying the Scriptures, with ono advico, and sho took It. In reof his disciples constantly besldo counting tho facts of tho case sho him. When at last ho could wrlto says sho feels as if tho American no moro, ho laid down his pen and unjustly deprived system said, "Let Balthen wrlto tho rest." legal of $2,500had which she needed midnight bell ho her At tho toll of tho rightfully and rose from his bod, which was noth- badly Sho iswhich was right. Her case is ing but a bare flagstone, and went hers. typical of a very largo number. to tho church hard by, followed the American Immediately after by his attendant Under thocan wear thoBystem man poor man Dermot. He arrived thero beforo rich In a lawsuit. What doo3 that out tho others had time to bring In mean but that "justice" Is sold to Dermot, losing sight tho lights, and high bidder? of him In tho darkness, called out, tho "Where aro you, father?" ReceivWHAT SUFFRAGE DOES. ing no reply, he felt his way till ho found his master before tho womon Bhould Contending altar kneeling and leaning forward not sink theirthat identity in that of on the steps, and raising him up a the man thoy marry, Mrs. Wallace llttlo, supported his head on his J. Bennett, of Milwaukee, has breast. The monks now came up dropped her husband's name and as lights, and seeing their a speaker for the suffrage cause is with the beloved master dying, began to billed as Crystal Eastman, her weep, He iookm at tnem wnn nis maiden name. , Irt r orary members and elghty-thre- o No equal number in tho members. thirteen colonics contributed raoro to tho success of tho American Revolution than did tho Friendly Nearly every Sons of St. Fatrlck. man was engaged in tho strlfo for Independence at one time or another oh land or sea. Charles Thompson, Secretary of tho Continental Congress, a member, wrote tho first copy of tho Declaration of Independenco from tho drat received from Jefferson. CoUJohn Nixon, a member, was tho first to read It to tho peoplo from tha second story central window of Independenco Hall. John Dunlap, n member and publisher of tho first dally newspaper In tho colonies, was the first to print and publish it. Tho Friendly Sons of St. Patrick gave twelve Generals to tho army of tho Revolution besides numerous officers of lower rank. Tho members were most conspicuous Gen. Stephen Moylan, Gen. Walter Stowart, Gen. William Thompson Gen. William Irvine, Gen. Anthony Wayne, Gen. Thomas Robinson, Gen. John Shee, Gen. Edward Hand and Gen. Henry Knox, afterward 'Secretary of War when Washington Among its honPresident. orary members wero Gen. Georgo Cadwalader, Robert Morris, John Barry (Father of tho Ephrian navy). Col. American Blalno (grandfather of James G. bo-caCom-mado- re Inter-Southe- rn - Meade, of (grandfather of Gen. Gettysburg fame). In tho terrible winter of 1777 when tho American army lay starving and freezing at Valley Forge, Robert Morris, an honorary momber of tho Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, to raiso started a subscription ten thousand pounds sterling, which was followed by Blair McClenachan for a llko amount, and in a few hours thero was subscribed, among that small body of men (at that time not oxceedlng ovor fifty mem ana bers) tho sum of three thousand, flvo hundred pounds sterling ($517,500). On December 18. 1781, mo so ciety adopted Gen. Washington as a Ho was tno oniy auopieu member. On being notified ho member. wrote as follows: To Georeo CaniDbell. Esq.. Presi dent of tho Society of tho Friendly. Sons of St. Patrick, in tho city of Phlladelnhia Sir: I accept witn singular pleasure the ensign of bo worthy a fraternity as mat or mo Sons of St. Patrick In this city a society distinguished for tho firm adherenco of its members to tho glorious causo In which we aro embarked. Give mo lcavo to assuro you, sir, that I shall nover cast my eyes upon tho badge with which I am honored, but with grateful re membrance of tho poiito ana manner in which it was pre sented. I am with respect and es teem, sir, your most obedient servGeorge Washington. ants, Tho records and tho original of its membership aro pro- served In Independence Hall, Philadelphia. Its member wore composed of Quakers, Catholics, Episcopalians and Presbyterians, tho only qualification Demg nuoiuy io u" American cause. d Blalno) nnd Col. Georgo Meado airec-tiona- te slg-n.itu- THEY ARE NOT HTERE. or English nation (though English la tho spoken language of tho peoplo). Is proven by tho fact that tho bulk of tho Inhabitants aro either from or descended from people. Figures prepared by the United States Government, showing whoro tho Immigrants camo from In tho porlod 1825 to 1909, credit with England and tho 3,042,785 out of a total of more than 25,000,000. Gormany leads with 5,358,2(55, Ireland coming secy ond with 4,193,780, ir and Italy and aro next with nearly 3,000,000 each, tho others credited with over 1,000,000 being tho American countries, Russia and Russia Poland and Canada. From a cursory glance at theso figures it must be plain that Immigrants (and their descendants)' from the north of the European continent are the most numerous In the United States, Anglo-SaxoAustria-HungariNorway-Swede- That tho United States can bo .truly called an Anglo-Saxo- n not xcEjsraDXJOK:"!ir Star ""LEL1 nfcisn ajmoj&xcajsc. ST. PATRICK'S WAY. THOMAS M. O'CONNELL. ffiS8E3OTlH3gBIgEEgH3ES3aiIK838Hai3 frank m'grath. V T5 T VCLOUISyiLLE1 3 Ono of tho most popular officials Ono of our philosophers in casting Wo greet thee, St. Patrick, our glorious apostle, under tho present city administration about for an ideal said, "1 would Our hearts filled with pride at tho Is Deputy Pollco Court Clerk Thomas havo a man gonerous to his country, sound of thy name; his neighbors, his kindred, his Though far from old Ireland, her M. O'Connell and tho secret of that popularity is his readiness at all frionds, and most of all his poor vales and her mountains, Our love and devotion aro over the same. 'Tis truo, from tho land of our birth wo aro exiles; By fate's stern decree wo aro destined to roam, But though wo may wander, our hearts but grow fonder When think we of Ireland, our love and our home! iitnii; Wo greet thee, St. Patrick; to thoo wo aro loyal To theo and tho faith thou didst .leavo on our shore Though poor wo may bo in tho things Our wealth Is the faith ovormoro! MADE BY THE WATHENS A Family of Kentucky Distillers Since 1788 I xs A. X Q mwBf w mm 'u JV xs :?c Y 'J? Protect them from dangers that round them may bo, And grant that their hearts, ever In addition to our Commercial nobler and stronger, May beat for their God, for their banking, we have a rapidly growing land and for thee! friends," and tho quotation pretty Amndeus, O. S. F. aptly describes tho character of Savings department paying three per Frank McGrath, Chairman of tho City and County Democratic Commit-tothing believes in God's kingdom. Truo and loyal to his friends Most of these chapels, that havo cent interet. in politics or othorwiso; over ready come in at tho rate of ono a day, to help a friend, especially thoso In aro memorial chapels. Tho donors times to assist anyone who has busiwill start you on the One dollar misfortune or adverse circumstances, of them had a very real lovo for ness or seeks information in tho these being his chief characteristics, their dead. They had a very cath- Police Clerk's office. Aside from his they explain why no ono in public olic idea that a granite monument official duties Mr. O'Connell is alroad to success. Ufa today has a more loyal follow- would not help their dear departed ways found fighting in tho front ing than tho genial leader of ones as much as would a humblo ranks of the Democratic organizaDomocracy. Tho local Domocratlo chapel where tho living waters of tion, rendering valuable aid in the organization has achieved h moro grace would descend on God's chilLegislative district, in in dead which ho notablo successes under his leader- dren. Do you believe His many friends you believe in predict a resides. career for him in ship than in any period in local monuments or do bright Donapolitical history, and today is on a tho living church of Christ? to tho political arena. During tho past better footing with the party tions for a church may be sent So year ho was admitted to tho bar, tho throughout tho State than over be- ciety, Catholic Church Extension which McConnlck building, Chicago. future. assures him a successful fore. It has" been remarked that onco a friend of Frank McGrath'B ST. MICHAEL'S. you aro a friend forever, as no act ARE WE NEUTRAL? of his or neglect will ever sever At St. Michael's church, Brook that friendship, this explaining why, street, thero will bo special St. Brann's Iconoclast cites tho fol- in a way, ho wields such formldablo Patrlck's day services tonight, com- - lowing in asking if wo aro neutral: strength in a primary or general menclng at 8 o'clock with a grand Seizure of United States mail on &A.-TXJ&Gtelection. procession of tho children and tho tho high seas by England meets WITH SPRING MERCHANDISE. So- Blessed Virgin and Sacred Heart wlth a feoblo protest from Washlng-dalltle- s. WITH CATHOLIC FEDERATION. The Rev. Father John Hill, ton and theso sclzurcs contInuo with pastor of St. Ann's church, will do- impunity. Tho Catholic Federation held a liver tho eulogy on St. Patrick, and American citizens are forcibly splendid meeting on Thursday night a special musical programmo will bo tafcen from neutral ships and cast rendered by an augmented choir. jnto military prisons. Our PresI-Th- o of last woek at tho Knights of Coservices will close with solemn dent objects in a mild way and lumbus Hall, tho proceedings being of much interest to Catholics and benediction, after which thero will for answer England repeats tho per-b- o tho blessing with the relic of St. formanco to show her contempt for tho general public. Duo to tho fact special blessing Is our authority. was In excellent that tho styles. Prices always reliable financial federation it was voted to Patrick. As this feast day, all who At the beginning of the war a given only on this Are here in a profusion of condition remit tho per capita tax and dues can should avail themselves of this number of German and Austrian In and consistent with quality. United for tho year 1910, action that will rare onnortunitv. The Rev. Martin ships were interned When Uncle Sam prove gratifying to tho various so- O'Connor, the pastor, will leave noth- States harbors. proposed to purchase add cieties and parishes that compose tho ing undone that would add to a them to our merchant theso and Engmarlno body. This action and tho fact that fitting celebration in honor of Ire- land called a halt and wo abanan Increasing number of tho clorgy land's great apostle. doned tho project. aro becoming Interested in this work Tho Allies havo interfered with In Its Own Building, Corner Fourth and Market. SMOKE NUISANCE. INCORPORATED leads to the beleif that tho Federaour trado with neutral nations and tion has entered upon Its banner all Uncle Sam can do is to pocket Sl.OO STARTS AN ACCOUNT. The Louisvlllo public has been his loss, grin and bear it. year. Thero was an interesting talk 522 AND 524 WEST MARKET ST. upon general welfare and community complaining about smoke for many England placed an embargo upon EiagaagiBBiaffiUffl advancement, participated in xby years, and it was thought that tho rnttnn and many other American Messrs. Mackey, Vonderhelde, Dowl-in- appointment of a Smoke Inspector nroducts Our statesmen at "Wash IgMMMMWglgHSBHKIgiHig Zahner, Borntraegor, iPresident would do much toward remedying ington entered a protest, but were firmness and meekly Ganz and Secretary Tom Dolan, tho evil. It was found, however, met with whoso suggestions were well ro that tho Smoke Inspector had no yielded. The newspapers and HOME PHONE CUMB PHONE over domestic fires, and zincs even mado them like it. celved. J. M. Zahner, of the Public At tho beginning of tho war Ger-a- ll 6042 Morals Committee, mado an apparent It has been found also that nearly 3892 of tho smoko which plagues the many's proposition to borrow money hit when ho recommended tho organcomes from in the United States met with open ization of Catholic Boy Scouts and citizens of Louisvlllo People opposition by our President, who also a local board of censorship for these same domestic fires. declared that such moving pictures. Regret was ex- aro now beginning to understand violate our neutrality.a loan would Time went hi ,.. -. o pressed that J. J. Murphy, originator ....w miPsHon thnmniriiiv., nmi inntaaii mi,n ....... rageu wun unaoaiea l" wnen An,l of saying that their premises are of the Big Boys' Club, had moved to morgan, j. Chicago to live, as ho had been dirty on account of the chimney of J"1?- - "n.u th ?lbyfiaA neZspapfie" somo distanct factory, they say that " doing earnest work in looking after &u?" ?,. Bn AmJ must be washed every wayward youths. President Ganz their curtains mado a strong plea for the Catholic week because their neighbors burn nurses, a number of whom aro train- sort coai. repented. They got tho money, and Many neighborhoods have already wjjj ge more ing at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hosshown a marked improvement in pital and other Institutions. cleanliness on account of tho rapidly FAITHFUL OFFICIAL. extending use of natural gas. "When DR. J. W. FOWLER. gas was first introduced our natural aro moro Few public officials Dr. J. W. Fowler, the Superin- citizens were rather slow to take it favorably known than William L. ' of tho City tendent of Louisville's million dol- up. Most too them feared that It Jacobs, Superintendent of surpasses expensive, and many Workhouse, whose record 8 -- FINEST ALLEYS IN THE SOUTH 8 lar hospital, was born in Fredericks- would bo administrator, that of any burg, Ky., Juno 17, 18E4, but came of them doubted whether It could bo Mr. Jacobs is formerserving his now in to Louisvlllo when but vouth and depended uponhas cold weather. The end term, and ho has been which Just passed has hasjnado his home here ever slnre. much to settle both of theso mended by grand jury after grand Ho became Interested In politics at pit- Jury for honesty, .humanity and nf 416 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. an early period of his career and has niiPRHntiK Tiinnsnmia In our fur- fjJHgTqreqnmMrtfe - ftrlct business methods. The their ligvred prominently in local polIMcal izens burn natural gas house and nearly all of them say v e has from t me to time been circles. Ho had personal charge of that it is cheaper than coal. Prac- - P.u.b"c.1 by delegations s from the the last campaign of his close friend, tlcally everyone in the city cooks "mn commended h,Is'who Charles D. Jacob, in the latter's race ...ii. Incidentally (i,0 otherSuporjnt'en(lent havo tho method for Mayor and had as a campaign two natural gas. shown conclusively for facts have badge tho yellow rose, which was nnd thoroug,mes3 of ,,, manage-wher- e the smoke comes from. In ment of tho Workhouse. That tho Whcro work is quickly tho favorite buttonhole flower of summer, when the domestic fires are tho homo 19 Whoro Superintendent has a most difficult Mayor Jacob. In 1909 ho was made done; brightest; not burning tho town is cleaner task aU kn0Wp th,s make3 City cooking seems Superintendent of the this Hospital than it Is In tho winter, In spite of moro gratifying and his friends the Whcro tho work Whoro to the by Mayor Head, and appointreal fun; factories fact lightest; ment was renewed and confirmed by tho goingthat In summer the win- - following taken from tho last grand at full tilt, and jnry report submitted to Judge Wliero baking gives de- Mayor Buschemeyer. Dr. Fowler aro Whoro tho meal are open so as to let in what- - inson in the Criminal Court: light; has also been a member of the cooked best; "We visited tho Whcro drudgo is out of Board of Aldermen, President of tho ever soot thero Is In tho atmosphere.- went through every Workhouso and Where tho range stands part of it for Formerly Pittsburgh had a reputam USTlKm fKSBfy. GVrjta Iw Hf JSTKyjw sight State Board of Pharmacy, President tho test country of being the purpose of turning In a truo of tho Louisvlllo College of Phar- tlon over the whole tho whcro That's tho That's where world, port to tho people aB to tho real grimiest city in tho "Quick Meal" comes macy and at ono time managing ed Natural eas was introduced and its existing conditions. Wo want to "Quick Meal" comes ISBBinHHMHilllWBlllBBBlHMBVFvVi itor of tho Midland Review. Ho is uso became almost universal, and Bay that wo examined between in. 1b. a man of high literary gifts, having and eighty beds and found boasted that it was tho enty-fiv- e written many exquisite poems and Quick Steal Gb Hasten Sold, Installed nntl Ilighly Recommended nothing more liko a bug than the cleanest city in tho country. articles, while his lectures havo been "" " '"" "l "v" It is hardly necessary to urge our ""?" wo Questioned tho prisoners hoard as far west as California. When While the present hospital was In citizens each to do his part in mak we found no complaint noteworthy courso of erection Dr. Fowler took lng the city clean by substituting and found prisoners who havo been the years, with an extended trip to all of our prom-Ino- gas cleanest of all fuels natural thero for twenty-flv- o for tho dirtiest of all fuels very short periods of time out, thus e44x$43SS$$H&$ cities and thereby absorbed tmmmmfitfMH'"Mip soft coal. Gas has been proved to bo Indicating their choice in life. Wo many splendid idea and policies that HOME PHNOE SHAWNEE 592-59SI.OO PER GALLON everyone ho has Incorporated in the manage- cheaper than coal. Nearly gas appll- - therefore say that tho present Su knows It, and as a result perintendent of this Institution, conment of tho Louisville Institution. nnces aro being Installed faster sfaorincr tho class of peoplo ho has Ho is an active member of tho SPECIAL RATES ON LARGE ORDERS past. Knights of Columbus and has also than at any tlmo In tho is overMany to contend with, is doing as well as and that winter a prominent part in tho work people feelwill postpone tho installa- - ho can and much better than many taken 0f the prisoners deserve. Wo de- Under that they of tho Catholic Federation. Peoplo slro to say wo think tho buildings his administration tho Louisvlllo tlon of gas until next fall.there are are fully adequate NATIONAL CANDY COMPANY for tho present City Hospital has attained a reputa- who say this forgot that duo to moro INCORPORATED tion second to no other such institu- still before us threo months during need of tho institution,chief of which on than ono reason, Manufacturers of tion in tho United States, a fact that which a fire that can bo turnedcon- - is tho Inevitable the exhaustion of tho and off Is tho greatest of all is most gratifying to tho local medcan not moro also that quarry, ical' fraternity and Dr. Fowler's voniences, and they forget to Install than ten which longer at last most, years tho during next fall the rush legion of friends. gas is going to bo so great that the Wo further believe tho convicts as work will probably bo slow and tho urule do not have enough work to DAY. ONE A S. E. COR. TWENTY-FOURTHLouisville, Ky. AND ROWAN " " mioueoa, upj prices on fixtures -will procaoiy do Wenzel and Main Sts. too irnnii treatment, mn irno it very year 1916 has started out much higher than they aro now. Tho attractive for this class of people to S"SS4S$kSSxSkSk3xSsS HaHaaawrcrfflETOiinroHr very well for tho Catholic Church come again." TOG PnOTESTED. This society, Extension Society. Superintendent Jacobs, who is a purpose of furMcManus' good Democrat and faithful official, WVWWWWWWWtVWWMVWWtWWWiVWHWVWWWM established for the Itellly had to pass SBaHsaaKiKPig nishing poor priests and missions house on his way to work. Ono humane and kind to tho unfortunate, Home Phone City 4330 with the bare necessities of divine mornine ho was early and decided has proven l)Imself a man of strong worship, heretofore built on an av- to step in and call for Mac. While thoso of erage of three chapels a week. Tho ho was waltlne ho cot a cup and convictions and tho people tho best, a can place man in whom thought tho got himself a drink of water. officials of tho society tho utmost confidence. average a good one. And it was a McManus' As he was drinking, good ono, but a better record has bulldog started to bark and growl REMEM1IKR POOR OmiiDREN. started with tho new year. Since at hlm.- the first of January uutll January "Shure, Sald Ifo to Mrs. McManus. With tho approach of the 26 tho Catholic Church Extension got season tho Llttlo S 1st ors of Society 'has actually had a record It's a very savage dog you've the Poor, tho "VMncentlans and our of a chapel a day. This is a sign there!" "No," said Mrs. McManus, "don't charltablo Institutions make their apand spirof growth, materially FINE WINES. BEER. LIQUORS AND CIGARS. itually. Particularly is it an indi- mind him. Shure he wouldn't bite peal to the housewives of tho city to remember the poor, and cation of spiritual growth, for part- you!" "Well," said he, "wnars ne the children, with such ing with money is the acid test of ' garments, shoes, books, etc., as in 522-2- 4 W. faith. The man or woman who growling at, anyhow?" "You're drinking out of hla cup," the cleanup priod are scheduled for gives money for the spreading of the discard. God's kingdom a very spiritual said she. o. We have the facilities to serve you. If not a customer do not wait longer to start. The service we render our patrons will be worth something to you. that are passing, o that Is ours St. Patrick, watch over thy children who lovo theo; r, r, 135 xs r iirfc rfi Forty-eight- Our Store Is Radiant Your Money Will Be Absolutely Safe and earning interest if deposited in m A. joooxjixri Wall Paper, Carpets, Rugs and Draperies & , ANK. Hubbuch Bros. Weilendorff "The Bank of the People." g, maga-jurlsdlctl- on Sullivan & Brach tr ..-- .- -- rf - Cafe and Restaurant SEa, 8iZ!ilJrl5i corn-do- rf CHRIST GROTE (L-tN5" CAFE AND BOWLING ALLEYS 427 W Market St., Louisville, Ky. i sec-wint- er ne Work-nace- s. 1 Where the QuicR Meal Comes In sm f&eie&Jfiz TZag Rob-do- re-t- he D'--- GEHER & SON, FranK. ft. Menne " w. market st, nt 3 Mom ) THE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. EMGIiE BR.ISLD CONFECTIONS Ice Cream and Sherbets. E -- "" HENRY HUNOLD JOHN M. CONWAY GROCERY and CAFE house-cleani- ng Home Phone Gity 1319 pkr-Ucular-ly Walnut Street. 800 W. St. Catherine Street. V. VMVWVWVVVWWVVVtVVlVV5 isz&jsLTxjiojxrxr S HERE YOU WILL FIND WHERE YOUR IRISH ANCESTRY DWELT. io 8 i3in jmejio w. S y ''Sal falhh'n I. O'Dogherty L.of S)3ilNIS0VVEN ? SV. S- , )'UlKe. fWoW o otfowsfiSsfe. JS w .. onKjr KiLMAtfnfii - MoAW.MiS. flWVSU.'T '. -- ima .cil'.rrno.o.iiii 1WW.TM11 UUUIICIIT cr CfOnovnrm " W- JcTrQi Tit&SfZ - uiui: : .sr, rv . M. 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It was in tho days of Daniel O'Connoll, not over sixty years ago, writes a Seraphic Child of Mary, In tho current Ibsuo of The Lamp, that a certain English member of Parliament presented a bill providing for a change In tho word "Christmas." In England for centuries tho word mass was held in abomination by JACOB BUILDER a ffOERTZ BRICKLAYER. FIREPROOF Ills Father liecamo an Irish Exile Itiithcr Than Abandon Religion. 'I ROOMS WITH BATH S1.50 Home of the Commercial Man Recommend This Hotel to Your Friends Where Third and Jefferson Meet. Admlttcl to the Senior St. Joseph's Oollego Ilards'town.' Class. t 7th Street, near Walnut z VfTTTTTVfTfVtTfTfVv ?W at at I ! Garvey's Cafe ? D. B. GAKVEY J t WAS HANDSOME AND NEAT. $ 3b Decidedly of the Finest Quality Business Men's Lunch 11 t FED Tho Brooklyn Eaglo recently reprinted Theodoro O'Hara's famous poem, ."bivouac of tho Dead," but appears at a loss as to tho life and history of the great author and soldier. This makes timely the following authentic and truthful sketch, which doubtless many will bo pleased to read: Theodore O'Hara was born in Danville, Ky., February 11, 1820. Ho was tho son of Kano O'Hara, an irish political exile, noted for his piety and learning, who had been Invited to Danville to tako charge of an academy about to bo established thero under tho auspices of Gov. Shelby. His ancestors becoming subject to the disabilities imposed upon Catholics in their unhappy land, abandoned homo rather to this than religion, emigrated country with Lord Baltimore and aided in founding that colony which was so long an asylum for victims of religious Intolerance. Tho family removed from Danville to Woodford county, where tho father commenced the education of his son, and resided until they settled in Frankfort. Theodore O'Hara was romarkablo when but a child. Study was his passion. It engrossed his entire boyhood and added fuel to tho fires Happily ho was of his genius. trained and appreciated by ono who fully understood tho nature ho was moulding. His education wob conducted wholly by his father until he was prepared to enter college, and then that ripe scholar had so thoroughly done his work that he was at onco admitted to tho senior class of St. Joseph's Academy at There among tho Bardstown. learned olergy of his church ho as a prosoon became scholar, found and accomplished especially in the ancient classics, and though but a youth, tho rare compliment was paid him of election to tho professorship of the Greek language. college O'Hara Arter leaving studied law in the office of Judge Owsley, where ho was a fellow student of John C. Breckinridge. The formed strong attachment thero lasted through life. In 1845 ho held a position in tho Treasury Department at Washington under Gen. He was apJohn M. McCalla. pointed Captain in the old United States army, served with distinction through the Mexican war, and was broveted Major for gallant and meritorious conduct. He left the ormy after the war and began tho practice of law in Washington City, where he remained until the breaking out of tho Cuban fevor, when ho emwith many Kcntucklans enterprise. barked in that He commanded one of tho regiments In the disastrous battle of Cardenas and was badly wounded. Upon his return from Mexico ho conducted during tho tho Mobile Register years that John Forsythe, Its editor, was Minister to Mexico. Ho subsequently returned to Kentucky and became for a time the editor of the Louisville Times (an ephemeral publication and not the Times of of tho today), and afterward Frankfort Yeoman. At tho beginning of the civil war he entered tho southern army ana became tho Colonel of tho Twelfth ho Regiment. Later Alabama served on the staff of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston, was with him at tho battlo of Shlloh, and ns George W. Banck says, "received his great chief in his arms when ho fell upon that ensanguine field." He becamo C. Chief of Staff to Gen. John Breckinridge and was with him during the remainder of tho civil Irish-American nt ill-fat- a. m. to 2 p. m. Home Phone City 2701 Cunib. Main 9364 conscientious Protestant bigots. fhU man wanted tho word altered to "Christldo." so that tho objectionable portion, "mass," should no longer offond British cars. Tho uurao of the zealous member, wio had never beforo Introduced a bill, was Thomas When tho bill camo up for consideration Mr. O'Connell submitted an amendment to tho effect that Btnco tho word Christmas was to be thunged to Chrlstlde, it would only bo right, just and proper to make a similar and corresponding change in tho name of tho bill. "This," said ' will enablo us iu Mr. O'Connell to call our friend the future Thotldo The uproar of laughter and tho Irish which followed member's suggestion overwhelmed y with confusion Mr. and killed his bill so dead that it was never after seriously referred Majsey-Massey. TIdey-TIdoy- ." Massey-Masse- CONTRACTING HOME PHONE 5703 820 South Floyd Street. so JKMCTHflOTIKmwWTO to. CEflD IWILkltE FfllLlTflE rlte.fliBBBllBIBa.asMilBiaaaaaiMIBlBBIiasiiBBliBllflBlffe THESE PROVERBS IRISH. I 427 W. Jefferson Street 1 FORTUNA WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND P i James $ J Brown I OLD AND He who gets a name for early rising may sleep all day. Where thoro's a woman thero'a talk, and where there's geese thoro's cackling. A woman has an excuso readier than an apron. A man ties a knot with his tongue that his teeth will not loosen. Have your own women have. will, llko DEALER IN FIKE WINES the I I t KENTUCKY WHISKEY, Home "Phone 1918 S. E. Cor. 18th and High i t 1 ....i Sis. Three without a rule a wife, a pig and a mule. of tho sloven Is Tho husband known among tho crowd. till Don't pralso your tho year's out. Better tho end of a feast than the beginning of a fight. Never tako a wife who has no faults. However near a man's shirt is, his skin is nearer. A pig in tho sty doesn't know tho pig going along tho road. Melodious Is tho closed mouth. son-in-la- w I FONTANA BROS'. (INCORPORATED) I Fine Wines and Liquors Best Cigars and Tobacco. INCORPORATED. m Louisville, Ky. Distillers, :::)::-:::::::w:::::--w- - J V $ CANDIES? WHY his charge at Stono river, I hero, WORLD'S GREATEST BRIDGE. w tn this solemn moment, can sincerely say I bclievo that no braver of The heart will rest beneath this con- bridge completion Yorktho Hell Gate will bo the secrated sod, and no spirit moro greatest at Now In bridge building triumph knightly or humane over lingered in tho world. Tho Hell Gate bridge under tho shadow of yonder is three and a half miles long and W w has the greatest steel ,arch ever span of moro constructed. It has a OliD AIR. than a thousand feet; wide enough Home Phone City 7868. LOUISVILLE, KY. to carry four railroad tracks. No Tho strains of the Tantum ergo long bridge in tho world now carFall softly on mine ear, ries four tracks. Hell Gate bridge organ pealing will form tho connecting link beFrom a sweet-tone- d FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY IMPORTED IRISH POTEEN. Whilo tho faithful kneel in tween tho railroads of New Engprayer; rest of the country. land and tho And tho sacred music stealing BSSgaggaiffgraCT Brings back tho long ago, GOOD YEAR. And a child again I'm kneeling In a chapel quaint and low. According to the reports of Supremo President Gaudln tho Cath- fQ&$44&$&&$&& Tho same sweet strains are sVell-in- olic Knights of America havo had WESHIPTO ALLR. R STATIONS, Telephone 518 or 584 a remarkably successful year. Despite the hard times that prevailed Tho incenso sweet ascends. And each fervent creature kneeling eighteen new branches were instiBirthday or Gut 20 or 24 tuted and 1,397 members brought In silent homage bends; And I breathe a prayer for one and into the order. The net gain was 322, due to tho largo number of all. deaths and lapses. Tho Catholic slices to each As I did In days gone by. Knights have paid to beneficiaries In that dear old country chapel, nearly $20,000,000. Beneath an Irish sky. 401 THIRD AVENUE. g, 1 I V V V Rudolph OX 234 W. & Bauer 235-3- 9 COURSB 2 STORES W. 1 3::w:::::o:::::ww: GOING TO BUY see BRAND-FRAZIER Market Jefferson ADVICE. FOLLOWS Though mighty oceans roll between That holy place and me, When Gen. Beck was a young And tho friends who knelt beside lawyer a man was arraigned for me then murder and had no counsel. I never more may see; "Mr. Beck," said the presiding And though' many a weary year's Judge, "tako the- prisoner into that gone by Since I've heard that sweet air room at the rear of tho court, hearhis story and give him tho best adplayed In that chapel 'neath an Irish sky, riLU JUKI vtwi. disappeared Accordingly Beck IN'ear the spreading beeches' with the prisoner, and In half an shade. into the hour's time returned court alono. Nor time nor distance can efface "Whero is tho prisoner?" asked The memories that 'twine tho Judge. Around each dear, familiar place, "Well," replied Beck, slowly, "I In that native land of mine; For that old air brings my spirit heard his story, and then I gaveI him tho best advlco I could. nigh To the dear spot where I've said: 'Prisoner,, if I wore you I'd get out of that window and make prayed Ho slid down tho water-pipIn' that chapel 'neath an Irish sky, tracks.' and tho last I saw of him Near tho spreading beeches' ho was getting over a stono wall shade. half mile away." St. Veronica Moore. - Bricks. 17 gallon, Any Number Set in Brick to Suit Occasion. Cuscaden's Ice Cream Has Pleased the People For Forty Years. FACTORY BOiXi3QflK:l)tiHIKMlK f 309-31- 1 S. SECOND STREET. e, A. HOME? PATRONS OF COUNTRIES. DEFICIT OF MILLIONS. Twelve millions of francs is tho deficit Incurred by the Roman Exposition of 1911. 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THEN IT GOT COOL. Ecuador The Sacred Heart. Upsal. MMHMMHBCMttimaWMra Finland St. Henry of Franco St. Denis. war. At a dinner in Dublin thero were two sisters present. One had just Germany St. Michael; St. After the civil war he settled in emerged from her widow's weeds, t&&$&$$Q&$&&H&S&$ Columbus, Ga., and engaged in tho Holland St. Wlllibrord. and tho other was not long marcotton business, which did not prove HOME PHONE CITY 928 CUMB. MAIN 028 Hungary St. Stephen. ried, but her husband was in India. profitable. He then settled upon a Ireland St. Patrick. A young barrister who was present on the Alabama siue oi filantatlon Italy Various. waB chosen to tako the young widow river, near a Mexico Our Lady of Guadalope. to dinner. Unfortunately he was unplace called GuerrytownThere ho Norway St. Olaf. der the impression that his partner was laboring successfully when atPortugal St. George. was the lady whoso husband was in MANUPAOTHRBR OF tacked with bilious fever, dying Scotland St. Andrew. India. The conversation commenced Friday, June C, 18C7. He was Sweden St. Bridget. by tho lady observing how hot It first buried at Columbus, Ga., but Spain St. James. was. "Yes, it is very hot," replied In tho summer of 1874, in accordSouth America St. Rose of Lima. tho barrister, "but not so hot as ance with the resolution of tho United States Tho Immaculate whero your husband is." Kentucky Legislature, his remains Conception. AUTOMOBILE REMODELING were brought to Frankfort, whero Wales St. David. FELT SHE ILD KIOIC. DEPARTMENT REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO tlKy were relnterred on September 1C. O'Hara was never married. RECORD THROW. "Are you tho editor of the paWEST JEFFERSON STREET Mr. Ranck says: "In personal apLOUISVILLE, KY. WEST GREEN STREET AND per?" pearance ho was Btrlklngly handA good story Is told of tho lato spats, asked tho lady with tho drab calling. &&&&$&M444&$&& some. Ho was not quite bIx feet in William M. Evarts, Attorney Gen"I am," replied tho man with height, vory graceful and erect in eral, Secretary of State and United tho poised pencil. his carriage and scrupulously neat States Senator for New York. Whilo "Well, I called to ask in his dress. His faco beamed Secretary of State ho took tho Eng- wouldn't get larger type. you if you My name lish Minister cut for a drlvo on His dark with generous feeling. They was in your paper five times last hazel eyes kindled with soul and the banks of tho Potomac. Long Bridge. Tho Min week and n neighbor of mlno told expression and were filled with a stopped at bantoringly: See Me About Blocking Your Fine Panamas ister said "It is said, mo she never saw it." ' light like that which comes down Mr. Secretary, that Gen. Washingto us from tho stars." ton throw this AWFUL woman. In his address on the occasion Rather a a dollar acrossdon't rlvor. you long throw, For My You Would of the reinterment of O'Hara at think so?" "Madam, tho feather in your hat Frankfort, Gon. William Preston "Well." said Mr. Evarts.. "not for is getting in my eye," exclaimed a said: "Having known Col. O'Hara him. Ho threw a sovereign across man in a crowd. Be Kind Tho woman Intimately, both in his campaigns the ocean onco, you know," turned around, looked him over and in Mexico and in the South; having then inquired; "Why don't you Hat. onjoyed tho pleasures that his culRAISIN BREAD. wear glasses?" tivated mind and genial temper gave to the camp fire or the march; One bis cup brown sugar, one cup FATHER CORMIER RETIRES. having witnessed his brilliant cour- sour milk (dissolve one teaspoon age and quick discernment in bat- soda iu part of milk), add pinch of Cormier, aged Rev. tle; having seen him in the denies salt, two cups graham flour, big cup General Father Order of the Preachers, of the 3E JEL OP ef Mexico, by the side of Sidney of chopped raisins. Put in small It is stated is retiring from office. Johnston in bis dying moments at deep cake pan and bake fifty minutes and will reside in St. Clemeste of 408 West Jeffcrcon Street. ghlloh, and with JBrckinrldre in in very slow oven. ' the Irish Dominicans. - Tho Congo Austria Our Lady. Belgium St. Joseph. Brazil Tho Holy Cross. Borneo St. Francis Xavler, Chili St, James. DR. HARRY -- C. WEBER ALBERT J. RICHARDS, Carriages and Wagons 614-01- 013-01- SAFETY FIRST Pay $3.00 Hat and of a $1.75 Satisfied, Its That TONY F. ROSBLLB, A. T B ; jszj&j&TTJOEcrxr WJlEN THE ANGELUS AKK CHIMING. HELLS rtffcisn jmcj&riojajs:. TONE'S GRAVE. SAVE PART OF YOUR INCOME is a good habit, and one that Bhould be cultivated by all careful and prudent persons, but tho fact that the comfort of your wife and children is dependent on your earning capacity should not ,bo overlooked, and this earning capacity should bo insured for their benefit. the west There falls on tho hills of Ireland tho spell of a wondrous rest; 'Tls like as if holy Padhrlg came down at the close of day With a blessing for all his children in Ireland far away. Whcn the Angclus bells are chiming and tho sun goes down in The Participating Income Bond Policy First a prompt paymenl of tho amount of the policy in the event of death. Second If totally and permanently disabled and your ability to earn a living for your family Is destroyed, tho company, without cost to you, will keep up your Insurance or will pay the amount of tho policy to you in ten equal annual installments. Third Should you live to bo seventy (70) years old tho amount of tho policy will bo paid you In cash, thus protecting you against poverty and want In old age. ( Affords ideal protection in that it provides The chattering rooks fly homeward, a black wedge cleaving tho sky; Tho horses plod from their tolling, 'the lumbering ybats go by; Tho shadows, like cloistered maidens, come out of their cells to pray, When tho Angelus bells are chiming in Ireland far away. Tho mountains cover their summits in veilings of fleecy mist. A wind blows up front the bogland by heather and turf smoke rwi MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- churchyard there is a green grave. And wildly along It tho winter winds rave; Small shelter, I ween, aro tho ruined walls there, When tho storm sweeps down on tho plains of Klldare. In Bodenstown Once I lay on thnt sod It lies over Wolfo Tone And I thought how ho perished in His GREETINGS FROM 7 HE prison alone, friends unavenged, and his country unfreed "Oh, bitter," I said, "is tho patriot's meed!" combined With a heroic life and a governing A UNION NATIONAL For in him tho heart of a woman mind martyr for Irealnd his gravo has his BANK. CAPITAL, SURPLUS. ETC. MORE THAN Commonwealth Life Insurance Company HOME OFFICE S. Fifth St. Commonwealth Building, 106-11- 0 LOUISVILLE, ICY. The cows come home to their milk ing, tho children cease from When tho Angelus bells are chiming kissed ; NEW BLEND 65c 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10c In trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. no Btonc His name seldom I was named, and virtues unknown. their play, in Ireland far away. JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Marlict. ( 2. TJieie wero studentB and peasants, LOUIS H. HOISKItTS. in City silent prayer. tho wise and tho brave, And the gates of his holy city seom And an old 'man who knew him Although few of his frlonds wldo in tho heavens gray, from cradle to grave. J. D. Powers, President know what the Angelus bells are chiming Louis H. Roberts'"H" stands for In And children who thought mo hardWhen tho INTER-SOUTHER- N Caldwell Norton, First Vico President name, those who WLDG. hearted, for they in Ireland far away! Powhatan "Wooldrldgo, Second Vico Prcsldont On that sanctified sod wore forbid-- ? E. Cralle. Third Vice President Iko Suro, there It Is hushed and tender, den to play. I. Smith Homans, Assistant Secretnry and Actuary and there it Is fond and true, Fifth and Jefferson Streets. Department L. G. Russell, Manager Industrial over a word of welBut the' old man, who saw I was Where thore's SLsBBBBBBBBBBBbVsBBBBBBBBBBH' Darwin W. Johnson, Secrotary-Treasurcome and a seat by tho flro mourning there, said, Burnett, Batson & Cary, Goneral Counsel to weep whero "Wo come, sir, for you; SSSSSSSBJ1 Dr. W. F. Blackford, Medical Director prayyoung Wolfo Tone is laid, For tho lips that aro used to l1LsbbsbbbbH ing have tho kindliest words And we're going to raise him a to say monument, too Whore tho Angclus bells aro chimA plain one, yet fit for tho simple aiasaassssjsiasfssc $4kSSx3SSS$SS ing in Ireland far away. and true." C W. STOECKER, C. H. WULKOP, Pietident My heart overflowed, and I clasped I seo tho lights of their windows JOHN H. LEATHERS. PRESIOENT S.THURSTON BALLARD, VICE PESIDENT CARL A. YANN. Cashier. BEN C. WEAVER Jr.. Cashier the gleam of their fireside his old hand, J. T BATE, Assistant Cashier cheor. B. A. DUERSON. ASSISTANT CASHIER And I blessed him, and blessed evAcross tho washing of billows I'm ery ono of his band; knowing "God save all "Sweet, sweet, 'tis to find that such hero!" faith can remain And out of eternal jarring I hear, To the cause, and the man so long as a spirit may. vanquished and slain." The Angelus bells still chiming in churchyard there Is Ireland far away. are on the Inside claim that it In Bodenstown grave, a green stands for "Hustle," as that is one And freely $100,000.00 CAPITAL STOCK, Suro, Christ, tho Lord of the loyal. or the chler around it let winter has folded them, kith nnd Constablo In chaaicteristlcs of tho winds ravo Snuiie Ben $70,000 00 SURPLUS, - kin: tho Far better they suit him tho ruin couit. He blesses their going outward, Ho best known monWhile ono of popand gloom in town and blesses tholr coming In; ular with all leaders of tho legal Till Ireland, a nation, can build him Ho blesses their hearth and table, profession, he a tomb. Thomas Davis. is better known to TRANSACT A GENERAL DIRECTORS: Ho goes with them all tho tho rank and file or tho Democratic way, BANKING BUSINESS Logan, VIiAG OF ERIN. K $ L. B. Hudson, W. Hume $200,000.00 CAPITAL in Where tho Angelus bolls are chim- party, and especiallywhich the Sixth Account ol Individuals, Firms and Cor. C. McCandles, Magisterial district, he rep$ F. H. Embry, ing In Ireland far away. Probably nlno out of ten IrishSi SUHPLUS and PltOFITS $100,000.00 Interest Allowed on X resents. Mr. Roberts has always porations Solicited. C H. Wulkop, W. L. Kennett. v been found working for tho Inter men If asked what tho national Time Deposits. if F. Oertel, B. S. Mattingly. And so when the shadows gather ests or J. Is would reply withM his paity in every and. tho voices of day aie and thcie has never been campaign flag of Ireland C. W. Stoccler. a rally out hesitation, "Tho harp without still, tno The peace of Jesus and Mary comes or garnering or he Democrats In the crown," meaning tho gold his district that did not take a down upon valo and hill; n green LOUISVILLE, KY. COR. MAIN ANO JOHNSON SIS. prominent part as an organlzor or Celtic harp on generally bymound, Padhrlg, the And hears worker, and by Irishwhich Is flown this means has en- men, writes the Rev. P. Yorke In all that his children say $&1&&$&$&S& &SIfSESTSjffiJM Angelus bells are chiming deared himself to leaders and all. tho Snn Francisco Leader. When the Most in Ireland far nwav. of them believe that this has alWASIUXC JTOX'S GE.VEOIiOGV. Teresa Brayton. ways been Ireland's flag, but tho WE3nfSSiEKHB3SSSr Georgo Washington came from fact is that, as flags go, it is comWHERE ST. PATRICK RESTS. a Flemish family that settled In paratively new. It first made Its appearance 1798, when it was Ireland the latter It wns long a vexed question dixteeuth incentury. Thopart of tho adopted by intho United Irishmen, HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 368 name was possessed then De Wcsllngton, but it was and it is said that they chose green whether Ireland really the remains of the national apostle. nngllclzed to Washington later, and because It Is a blend of orange and blue, to typify the union of North Certainly during tho early and mid- tine or nie tnreo brotlieis who In Ireland settled in England and South. In point of antiquity dle ages Down was the resort of early In tho seventeenth Is tho numborjofes pious pilgrims who George Washington's mother,century. tho real Irish flag appears"spear and Mary serpent.'. which in the came to pray at his grave. In Mail, ot Virginia, wns the daughter arms of tho O'Sullivnns. It Is said 1176 we read that Malachy III., of Col. William Ball, whose family i to commemorate tho Incident of Bishop of Down, spent many long tamo from iho County Cork. Ire- - Gnodhal Gins, of the ancestor land, to Virginia. Col. Ball's mother Milleslus, who tradition says was and weary nights before the altar, th 00,' '""" praying to God to mnke known to "'"? tho Balls of snakebite by the rod ot of busi- - cured thn fln him tho precise snot where the Hcally outlawedof Cork wet oprac- Mosos. Nex.t to that -of Worm MncCumhalll's militia, the O1 sacred bodies of St. Patrick, St. l!niiililllilnnl fn L..I A I1inl jn iiiuuiii iui muii! patriotism. Kuiuu" BiniotjL un u i.i. . Kiuuuu,i Columba and St. Brlgld were i.t. ..n,.t muo ,lllll, Wnalilnftnn WWMHI'KliHHil'W HiMi'riigCTWagWl wo B"L. ol One night In 1185 the holv lor the British at all times In his """ lo tho Vu national flag, g man saw a bright light traverse cateer, and showed It on more than l,vor a? X the church and fix upon a particular rno occasion, nvnn whnn lm wnn n Blue was always Ireland's national spot. Procuring assistance, and coloninl officer. This ho Inherited color unt" 1798 There aro a numbor of other X digging beneath the space, to his from his forebears. flags which have figured In Irish s unbounded Joy he found the coffin history and all have their enthusiasY of St. Patrick lying between those AVIfAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? One of the most tic supporters. X of two other saints Pone 1'rlian y sent then Cardinal Vivian, who had tiia fniinwin i fmm n ..tnrv. i,v peculiar Is tho three golden crowns g ' returned rrom Ireland, dock to TMofcnrr! TTnrrtlni- - Ttnvlo thn Im.rnnt. On a blllO ground, which figures X i superintend the translation of those iBt 0f a trln from Paris to Salonlkl now ln tne a18 of the Province of ints was accepieu auer X relics, which took place on Juno C, The Incident occurred on board aninBier. X 118C, when tho bodies were sol-- v their fihlp. which was being held tho Norman Invasion of 1170 as emnly removed to the part of the at MoHslna for Investlcatlonthe flaB of Ireland, the three crowns XI church which had been prepared "War levels all ranks and tho typifying the kingdoms of Desmond, 5, .for them. On that occasion some passengers gathered In tho smoking Ormond and Thomond. It was 1C47, when Henry of the relics were removed by CarRlimlnir talned until nlnvlnc solitaire. dinal Vivian v" auonsneu n down to more If interested in PAPERS in any way, of any kind, in 3 still remain. to Rome, where they muild" Turkish In coffee and discuss-- tnc har"- Coming onu suDsmuieu Ing the war seven language. 'A It was traditionally believed that and everybody smoked. Especially ' recc"t t''"e8 wo And " Orattan's any quantity, for SERVICE OR CELERITY, at this time tho hand of St. Pat- - tho women. Finally tho military Parliament did not recognize green, US. g X rlqk was enshrined nnd placed ovor attaches put on uniforms of their although It did accept the harp, s aK was a golden harp on a A tho high altar, where It remained respective countries were and sa V B"und. to B5 Vjin that conspicuous position until rowed ashore m, protest. Tho rest."1"6 new flag was evolved at the ' H ,, nl..,i A Abbey f .nnwuwon) of the SI tho destruction .lwir. . caused its removal. Portions of the and gazed gloomily at tho wrecked t'me of tno u,nio"' PP"ntIjr for Incorporating it in M relics were also sent to Armagh. city. Out of the fog a boat brought the purpose Residence, Office two Sisters of the Poor, wrapped what is now known as the Union Jack, but it does not seem to have In tho black Cloaks of their order. SOXS OF ERIX. (a They were petitioners for the poor caught tho popular fancy nny more M The loyalty, affection and attach- of Messina and everybody In the than tho act ofonunion. This was fflWMH!KUmnHlgHraB3gg a white ground, saltlre ment of the Irish race to tho Catholic smoking room gave them a franc. tho red was christened "St. PatBecause ono of them was Irish and which faith forms ono of the most beautiful IMMHMMtfMMMH!WmnK Messina rick's Cross." Apparently It was passages in tho history of the church because sho had to live ln Meaning "lifted" from the arms of Trinity B? I gave her ten francs. says tho Irish Standard. The Irish to be nmlnhlo she said. 'Ah. It takes College. Dublin, though how Dubpeople have beon the champions of j lin came by it Is equally a mystery the Kngllsh to bo generous.' the faith through all the centuries said I was Irish mo tricolor oi green, wnuo anu and they aro tho same today. Comand ti, Tfi,.'H nsKomrpr innkp.i nn orange, tho "orange peace the green. paring the steadfast faith of the from his solitaire, and also wishing with tho stripe of between." WHERE Irish people to tho types of the enrl to be amiable, asked: 'What's the " recoznlwsd flag of tho Irish Christians, Archbishop Cerettl, Pa- difference?' whose aim Is complete (Nationalists pal delegate to Australia, paid a DEALERS IN- "Tho Irish Sister answered him: imiei'tjuuuucu, glorious tributo to the Catholicity ot ".'Nino francs,' she said." the sons of Irelnml. In a recent adKASTKIt SUNDAY. dress to the Hibernians at Sydney UXUSUATj CAUKKlt. Tho great Christian festival of tho representative of the Holy Father mmlv7pi1 fnr lila PolMi nuritmirA tti ' Tho Itov. Patrick P. Brannan, Easter, marking tho resurrection of flluHrtfritlalilnf Phfloflnn i.nHa nt Vin a missionary Christ, falls on Sunday, April 23, known as earliest type, and likened the Irish widely of tho Dallas, All who much later than last year. priest representatives of the faith to tho died recently at Fort Woith, had other anniversaries except Easter Try our Leading Brands of Wines and martyrs of tho church. In tho an unusual career. early He is well and tho holy days associated with early days of Christianity ln Rome remembered in Louisville for his it, fall on a fixed day of each year, Liquors and our Full Line of Imported tho Christians gathered together at powerful lecture in Macauley's The- and the people not who are and Domestic Cigars. Everything New the risk of their lives at the tombs ater some years ago. Born sixty-eig- familiar with what is called tho 'of the martyrs to receive holy are often years ago ln Georgia, Father ecclesiastical calendar and Clean. Home Phone City 4374. m and afterward mtnglo In fra- Brannan served In the Confederate gieatly puzzled to account for the ternal solicitation for their general ranks as tho drummer boy of Com- wandering of this great festival, welfare. "And our Irish Catholics," pany K, Fifteenth Alabama. This whoso extreme dates may bo as The declared the speaker, "in their regiment was ln action from Juno, much as five weeks apart. Green faith and lovo of the Catholic 1862, until the end of tho war. primary reason for tho variable and Magazine. S. W. Corner Twenty-Sixt- h church are typical of the early Father Brannan settled as a young date of Easter is the fact that It Christians." Christian citizenship man ln Weatherford, Texas, where Is the only great festival In Chrisdepends BSBHggBSroWfflflTMfe and filled tho tian that countries Iconics naturally to a son of ho practiced law Ho Ireland or his descendents, said Mayor's chair. wife marrlel In early directly upon tho monthly motion when suc- of tho moon. At tho same time It died HOME SHAWNEE 1029 CUMB. WEST703 tho Papal representative, and tho life, but his his is by Entile Prage Danfortli kinds cess members of tho Hibernian Socle-tie- s legal of allpolitical had crowned then thoaffectedsince tho yearlyis motion of George E.lablUkcd 1854 governed work. Ho sun, its date and always at the forefront in arc equinox, is by the St. Mary's any movement connected with the enterednnd after hisSeminary, Balti- tho point vernal year whenwhich sun ordination more, tho ln the chuVch. Tho emphatic and complimissionary to crosses tho equator .himself as a from tho mentary praise of Archbishop CorettI the spread ot the faith. Father Southern into tho Northern Hemiswill bo greeted with pleasant com- Brannan Is survived by a son, phere. The rule for finding the ment City, Fine Wines and Pur Liquors for Mediciaal and where by the sons of Ireland every- James Brannan, of Kansas Bran date of Easter is that it must fall and particularly by the mem- and a daughter, Miss Mary upon the Sunday immediately folRepresenting Over $50,000,000 Capitat Family Use & Specialty. Order of Hiber- nan, of St. ivouia. bers of the Ancient Droiner, lowing the' first full moon which "who know better than any- Thomas A. Brannan, is a montc in occurs on or nians, ' YOUR BUSINESS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED after March 21, WARM IiUNOH AT AXTj ?HOUItS one else the privations which the the Trapptst monastery at which is the regular date of the Bath Phases 19 xe. 3rd aiii Mam mrrm. Irish people have experienced. N. X. Center .. equlaex. Oh, well I know of tho magic that broods In tho twilight there, of God aro When tho ramparts stormed with a passion of waked from my dieam by tho voices and tread Of a band who camo into tho homo of tho dead; They carried no corpso and they carried no stone, ind they stopped when they camo to tho gravo of Wolfo Tone. ONE MILLION DOLLARS Right the Heart of LIFE er IHh Kt t, , STOCK YARDS BANK Schul-man- 's LOUISVILLE NATIONAL BANKING j ' COMPANY. i N. E. Cor. Fifth and Market, f over-blesse- d, smwwowwx:::: PAPERS WRITING For commercial use and nr-riv- ed T WRAPPING Practical for all kinds , ness. Envelopes. .. ,, Sam. 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Hibernian Auxiliary Worker Gives Out Many Facts and Figures. "" Merit More Prominent Recognition Than lias Yet Boon Given. Cts. Now on Sale. MS5W a'Pil V I jr.rr WHISKEY CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO $& WON'. heard throughout this land and other lands for God and country, our most eminent churchmen, Cardinals Gibbons, Farley and O'Connell, the United States would owo an everlasting dobt of gratitude to theso leaders of millions of truo followers of Christ. "It Is said that every great man owes his success to a mother, or sister, or Influence of some good woman. What of tho Irish women In America, and tho Irish race? Shall they como short of tho high ideals of tho past? Never, Tho Irish woman today stands for steadfast virtue, for hospitality, for slmplo piety, for cheerfulness; all theso and more; they aro tho guardians of tho Christian homo, living examples of the faith within them. For truo It is, tho worth and glory of a nation may well bo judged by such a standard; tho Irish point with prldo and confidence, for through all generations of recorded tlmo on tho pages of our annals aro Inscribed tho names of mothers, sisters, wives; of some fair, noblo woman, standing forth like a white statue against gllm-morl- VfflfflWHIBlttK 2JP-- J "In tho social organization of no nation of antiquity wero societies of greater Influenco than In Pagan Iroland. Theso societies existed until after tho coming of St. Patrick In 432, and when tho Irish emigration Through tho courtesy of Mrs. PeThese are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. flowed towards tho American colonies ter S. Ganz wo are onabled to presont Catering especially to Ladies and Children. tho social Instinct early found exour readers tho prize essay of Miss pression In societies. Tho Ancient Under the same management. Presenting only the standEllen 1. Donovan 'on "The Placo of Order of Hibernians traces Its origin ard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. tho Irish In American History," writto thoso orders which flourished In ten recently, which was awarded first Pagan Ireland and, when ChristianAwy GoVoweV prize In the Plymouth county history ized, exercised such wonderful Influence as 'defenders of tho faith,' and contest Miss Donovan is President of servwhich were consecrated to tho Hibernian Ladles' Auxiliary at WRIGHT & TAVLOR ice of tho church, assuming tho cross Ablngton, Mass., and an active social the IRON CO. A AND ns their distinct emblem. worker for tho Federation of CathoI NCORPORATED ? works lic Societies. Tho text of her adtho American republic In- B ? "Is . dress is as follows: debted to the Irish citizen? It la our duty and happy privllego, tho duty "Wo have only to look back and to scan tho presont stato of affairs to of each and every Individual of Irish fool certain tho American republic is blood or race to remind and forcibly Sole Manufacturers of the Indebted to tho Irish citizen, for In Theo. Vail, tho presldlnjr genius of acknowledge tho place of tho Irish in frM,x,S"X,fr;-x"X-,'' most every lino of progress the Irish tho greatest telephone system In the tho development of theso United In America have contributed their world, Is Irish, and so Is John Carty, States." share of leaders and pioneers, thus fts chief engineer. John Daly Burke proving that there are characteristics founded the first dally paper in BosCATHOLIC CONGRESS. among the Irish driven to emlirr.a- - ton. Patrick Barry, a recognized leader and writer In tho . United llon for an existence that aro as Various committees have been apof development as those pro- States, and William Darby and pointed and preparations aro under fessed by any other race. When wo Michael Twomoy wore tho ablest way for tho great Catholic Congress scan tho Intellectual horizon wo see American geographers and writers In to City from be held In Now many men of great forco of charac- abstruse scientific subjects. Henry August 20 to 26 this York Tho Cenyear. O'Reilly built tho first telegraph line ter, preachers and teachers, states713-71- 5 tral Vereln, tho Gorman Catholic SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Castings of all kinds made and repaired. men and scholars, artisans and au- In tho United States and John State Federation and tho American Taltpfaeaes Cm., S. 299a. Hone, City 2399. achloved fame as war corre- Federation of Catholic Societies will thors, scientists and engineers, phiRepairing Promptly attended to. lanthropists and journalists, lawyers spondent; many other shining lights take part In tho congress. $ and doctors of Celtic race and blood, of tho rish race and blood, brain and while. In the Industrial fields as build- brawn, have been a valuable acquisiDikraKiMfflaMiMBrcfflrcrcM COVINGTON. 1406-143- 0 West Main St. Louisville, Ky. ers of public works, as merchants, tion to tho building of tho fabric of American Institutions and tho sons of manufacturers and in other tlolda of Members of tho Ancient Order of ondeavor wo find the American Irish tho Irish merit more prominent rec1rt44&iQQ4&$&$&&$&M controlling factors in the upbuild- ognition than has been accorded Hibernians and tho Ladles' Auxthem In tho pages of American his- iliary and their friends In Covinging of the republic. ton will havo their annual St. "In tho political life of America tory. many of tho sons of Ireland have "It must rtow bo an accepted and Patrick's day celebration at tho risen to eminence, and in tho legis- undisputed fact that a very largo pro- Colonial Theater this evening. This lative halls at the national capital portion of tho earlier settlers In tho aftornoon the children will bo enternever sold in any form but PUKE AND STRAIGHT Is Tho tho names Kelly, Fitzgerald, Fair, American colonies were of Irish tained at a special matinee. Is highly recommended for medicinal purposes. Our It Bowel), Kernan, Flannlgan aro still blood, for the Irish have been com- commltteo has arranged an excellent prices arc as low as the lowest. spoken of with respect among the ing hero since tho beginning of tho bill for tho occasion. Only twenty lawmakers of tho nation. Tho most English colonization. eminent lawyers America ever has years before the King Philip war SERVICES IN GAEMC. known were James T. Brady, Daniel (1G75) the Government of England law II. Dougherty, Tho special services In Gaelic to O'Nell and Side Board and Buffet in the rear where N. E. S. W. 101 O. Cnnrih MVCllUC. Thomas Addis Charles others were was asked to provideofa Irish 'to Papists bo held In All Saints' church. Now tho Importation Emmet; 101 C TUUI III Airomia but the best is served. nothing aro yearly poured York City, on St. Patrick's morning William Darah Kelly, who served fif- and convicts that ty years In Congress, and Gen. James upon us and to make provisions pYomiso FLOYD AND MAIN AND WALNUT to bring all tho Irishmen Shields, a native of County Tyrone, against the growth of this pernicious and women of the metropolis who are Iroland, who held the unique distinc- evil,' and the colonies themselves Interested in tho revival of Gaelic ml, tion of representing three different prohibited 'the bringing over of any customs together. Tho services will Home Phone Home Phone at 'different Irish man, woman or children into consist of solemn high mass, sermon ' States In tho Senate tills jurisdiction on tho penalty of times. There Is no State In tho Unby a from WashCity 3588 City 2885 ion where an lawyer fifty pounds sterling to such persons ington prominent priesttho singing of University and has not distinguished himself. At 6o transported by them.' This order Gaelic hymns In procession and rethe present ttmo the Chief Justice of was promulgated by the court of Masby Uie boys of the Irish tho United States Supreme Court, sachusetts in Ocober, 1G54, yet these cession Edward D. White, and one of his same 'convicts' and their descend- Christian Brothers' schools attached EBgspgiEraitgfflaa ablest associates, Joseph McKenna, ants were always the first to respond to All Saints' church. are among the shining lights of the to the call to arms for this country. BOSTON CAFE COMPANY. Judiciary. Tho career of Charles On the roster of tho colonlol militia inm?flfflmTOMlKlKl:iyiMM O'Connor, a profound lawyer, has re- which fought In the King Philip war In mentioning the list of LouisIn 1G73 aro found names of 110 solmained unrivalled. Cafe and Bowling Alleys 1948 W. Chestnut Street ville's leading business concerns, tho "Tho history of medicine In tho diers of Irish birth. "To form a reliable estimate of the Boston Cafe Company, located at United States is adorned with names of many physicians of Irish birth or numerical strength of tho Irish then 335 West Market street, ranks with blood. Irish surgeons rendered In- In America Is a hopeless task, tho the foremost, this establishment, valuable Id in tho army of tho rev- greatest obstaclo being in tho names under tho management of J. C. olution, such as McDonough, McHcn- - of Immigrants themselves, many of (Billy) Boardman, being known here ry, McCalla, Burke, Irvine and Wil whom were rorced to adopt English for many years as the headquarters liamson. Dr. John Cochran was ap- names to avoid prejudice and also and gathering placo for many of our pointed by Washington as Surgeon tho difficulty of pronouncing Gaelic leading citizens, tho merchants' General of South Carolina, in recog- names, together with no records of lunch served there dally being ono nition of his valuable services to the unmarried persona being kept. No of tho magnets, In addition to the s patriotic army. Dr. John McKInley, nation has contributed so much to service. This popular rea famous physician, was made first the population of America as Ireland, sort has been one of tho landmarks Governor of Delaware. Dr. William and from tho year 1649 to 1G59 the for years in tho neighborhood of 601 W. WALNUT. LOUISVILLE, KY. J. McNevIn was called the "Father of annual emigration from Ireland was Fourth and Market streets, and in American Chemistry." There are 6,000 souls, making 60,000 souls, tho several years has also been jfflCMMMMHHBfflraHMWM the population of tho United identified as a meeting placo of the many others who have been honored by medical societies as leaders and States at that time. In 1718 one of local bowlers. specialists and today no other sur- the largest single colonies of Irish arrived in Boston, all of whom settled geon has achieved such a world-wld- o SACRED HEART SHRINE. HOME PHONE 1391 FINE COUNTER LUNCH reputation as Dr. John B. Murphy, of In this commonwealth. So great and so continuous was tho Irish immimany Chicago. Indeed it can be truly said for the In thanksgiving American medical science owes an gration that In 1737 tho Irish of Bos- marvelous cures thought to have ton gathered together and formed tho been wrought at Notre Dame Uni Incalculable debt to Irish genius. "In the field of poetry wo have Irish Charltablo Society, an organiza versity recently through devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus a ..... .., John Boyle O'Reilly, Thomas D. tion which exists today. "During tho years 1771, 1772 and beautiful shrine Is about to bo English, Rev. Abram Ryan, James Whltcomb Riley, Eleanor Donnelly, 1773 the numbers leaving Ireland for elected. The apparently miraculous Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco. that are continually tl. F. Egan. T. A. Daly, Joseph I. America was 25,000; from 1830 to cures at Notre Dame through being devomade 1907 It was 6,049,432. Whether Clark, President of Irish Historical rapSociety. One of tho truest poets of they came as voluntary exiles or were tions to tho Sacred Heart have unBase Ball Scores of American Association increased Kentucky Is Charles O'Malley. Oth- driven from their homes by the per- idly the need of during the year, a permanent shrine til National and American Leagues. ers aro Charles Phillips and Dennis secution of government, wo uro able to take care of tho dally and A. McCarthy, and Louise Gulney, to show at all times her sons have weekly pilgrimages that aro being daughter of a soldier and hero In had an honorable part In every up- made has become obvious. Retho civil war. is one or uie best poois ward movement 'In American life. cently the old log chapel, which is E. Conway, There aro approximately 7,000 places a replica of the first building over of today; Katherlno whose verso Is known throughout In tho United States called after erected at the spot where Ntro tho land; Itev. Hugh Blunt, James Irish families, foremost being the Dame now stands by Father Badin, cities of O'Hara, of tho tho proto-prleGive Me a Call O'Bellly and Theo to write tho lat- iThere are Baltimore and Denver. States, has been used by thoUnited Home Phone 7428 twenty-flv- o called after visittho apter being selected propriate Inscription for the national people bearing the prefix 'O,' and ors, but it is inadequate. The new cemetery In Arlington, and James 1,000 or more called after people shrine will be erected principally Jcffry Roche, noted throughout the bearing the prefix 'Mac' There are from donations of tho various perten Limericks, nine Antrlms, eight sons whose devotion, to tho Sacred country. Dubllns, ' nine Heart has brought them apparently The Best Straight Whisky On Earth "In recounting the successful men Sllgos, twenty-fou- r Wlaterfords, six miraculous favors. Already several of affairs It would be Impossible to Derrys, twenty-on- o large donatfons totaling, it Is said, mention every branch of business Corks, eighteen Belfasts, sixteen In tho neighborhood of $10,000, five KUdares, and so on. and every profession, manufacturers, been received, contractors, writers, composers, art"It was an Irishman who first read have complete cost of and although INCORPORATED the building the suo-ists, sculptors and explorers. John tho Immortal document, an Irishman has not yet been determined It Is Soio Owmra Reentered Dist. No. 32 of Keating was tho first paper manu- who first published a expected to finally reach several facturer In Now York In 1775; the signature. Of our American times this sum. Tho building, Main Office and Salesroom, 726-730 West Main Street. Thomas Faye the first to manufac- Presidents, six have been of Irish which is expected ultimately to bo by machine, won the descent or bipod, Jackson, Arthur, one of the finest and most beauti ture Ilrst gold medal of tho American in- McKInley, Roosovelt. Polk, and the ful on tho university campus, will H i "!" H'M "I H"M- HI H stitute; Corcoran, a most noted phi- present occupant of tho White House, contain three altars, and the InP. BANHOH, JR., UWRENCE J. VEENEKAH, ' BANNON. AmerperpetuatWoodrow Wilson. Among our lanthropist, whoso name Is terior will bo richly finished. Tho Vlca Pt. & Treas- Pre. iMfr. ,, Scntry. ed in tho famous art gallery of Wash- ican Governors since 1880 aro names shrine will be erected near the site ington; the first Irish woman and of Barry, Brady, Butler, Carroll, of the first building at Notro Dame only woman to whom a monumont Is Clinton, Conway, Carney, Connolly, overlooking St. Mary's lake. erected (in New Orleans) Is Mar- Curtis, Donaghy, Downey, Early, I! garet Haugherty. Tho colossal statue Fitzpatrlck, Logan, Lynch, Murphy, MORAL RIGnT. dome of tho na Moore, McKInley, Med 111, Meagher, of "America in tho McCormlck, Mahone, Sewer aatl Calvert Pipe, In taking such active interest, tional capltol was executed by Thom- McGrath, as Crawford, who was born of Irish O'Nell, O'Farrell, Welch, all of Irish said Justice Goff In his speech before! Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Csatfaits, descent, whllo today we have Glynno tne irisn race convention, wo exerparents. Wall Caplatf, Praia Tile, Titrifte Brick, "Among Amorlca's most noted of Now York, Dunno In Illinois cise a moral right, always provided Fire Preefiag', Flae Liaiag, Fire Brick sculptors are Augustine H. Gaudens, O'Noll in Alabama, Burke in North that wo do not contravene any moral Grate and Boiler Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Cklmaey i'ops. or legal duty to our country, and it born In Dublin; William D. O'Don-ova- Carolina, Carey In Wyoming, In Wisconsin, McCroary In is indisputable that so far thero Is of Virginia, and Thompson, of OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Queens county, Ireland. John B. Kentucky. Tener in Pennsylvania, not a single Instanco of a citizen of Holland, a native of County Tyrone, and WalBh in Massachusetts. Irish blood who, because of his love HOME PHONES CITY CUMS. MAIN 507. 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LADIES, AVOID THE RUSH reform of his Cathedral chapter. Dominic, considering the invitation of his Bishop the voico of God, con sented to tho change. As the chap ter was now composed of Canons Regular, tho saint donned tho habit of a Cnnon Regular of St. Augus tine. His Bishop was commissioned ! oy King Alfonso IX., of Old Castile, to negotiato a marriage between his son and heir and a princess of the house of La Marohe. Tho Bishop took with him as a companion our through lalnt. When passing Languedoc they found the country honeycombed with the grossest heresy. After having settled tho marrlago business they returned to Osma, where the King was delighted to receive them. Hardly had they settled down than they were again jj on the road with a most magnificent retinue to fetch tho bride for tho nuptials. On their arrivad at La Marche they found that it was not a marrlago they were to assist at, but the funeral obsequies of the bride, who had meanwhile expired. Dominic and his Bishop were very much concerned with tho deplorable condition of Languedoc, and hastened to Romq to lay before tho Vicar of Christ the terriblo Inroads of heresy in that county, and begged of His Holiness to be allowed to devote their energies to tho extirpapestiltion oj this ence. "Tho Bishop wished to resign his diocese, but tho Pope would not near of it, but granted him permission to remain with Dominic for two years in tho work of combating the Albigenslan heresy. On the lapse of tho two years tho Bishop retired to his diocese of Osma, where ho soon breathed his lost. Now It was Dominic's time to gather round him It a group of arnest preachers. was at this time also that Dominic organized tho devotion of the Holy Rosary aswo now have It, to be the powerful weapon which finally van- manca, thither Dominic ibetook him self, and distinguished himself in tho schools of rhetoric, philosophy and theology. When ho took his de- pees ho was appointed lecturer in theology. 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Provinces were and Provincial Superiors formed God wore appointed everywhere. rave proof of tho sanctity of his sen-an-t miracles. by undisputed There has never been a doubt expressed about two cases where he raised tho dead to life. Now it was that tho Dominicans threw themselves into tho intellectual activity of tho age. Tho saintly Albertus Magnus systematized the philosophy of Aristotle for tho uso of the schools. Groat as was his name for 6anotity and intellect, it was put entirely into tho Bhade by his holy disciple St. Thomas Aquinas, the Almost all Angel of tho Schools. Iho great men of tho ago Joined the Of great family of St. Dominic. course they had their adversaries on certain points, such as Duns Scotus tho Franciscan and others, and in fator years tho Jesuit schools of philosophers and theologians. Tho Dominicans went forth flourishing and to flourish. They followed in tho wake of the conquerors of America, and Las Cassas and his companions taught tho aborigines who wore in darkness and in the shadow of death tho glad tidings of Dominicans settled in the gospel. England, where they had houses before Henry VIII. dissolved tho monasteries and began a new religion with the spoils of the ancient faith. Ireland had "many houses. Scotland had eighteen houses In all, nnmolv at Aberdeen. Ayr. Berwick, Cupar-FifDundee, Dysart. Edin burgh. Elgin, Glasgow, HBOwngioB, Montrose, fnvnrnps.q. Ltnllthcow. Perth, St. Andrew's, St. Monan's rwtni. Ht. Ninian'a isurnns) nu wiirtan but at thi day the "Black Friars' nave no nouse in u 6road Scotland; and yet a friend remind me that In the month of October, 1882, and in the month of November of the eame year, one of the moot brilliant orators the order ever produoed preached from thi fifty-eight e, in How often will it have to be declared that radicalism is sinking Into tho very heart of our national life? America, so much in noed today of SOCIETY DIRECTORY. healthful enorgy and vigor, is absorbing moro and moro tho poisons of ruinous and destroying doctrines. In a quiet, insidious way and yet with brazen effrontery enough havo A. 0. H. these ideas crept into tho very lives of tho people, vitally affecting their DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz actions. There is no institution, no matter how fundamental or sacred, Hall, Sixth and Walnut. which has escaped tho assaults of President Mark Ryan. these "modorn" schemes for tho Vice President W. L. Cushlng. "betterment of Recording Secretary Daniel Mc- kind." Even tho marital relation Carthy. and tho family, so essential to a well Secretary Financial Edward ordered society, havo not been alClancy. lowed to pass by without destrucTreasurer Thomas Keenan. tive "reconstruction" and amendSergeant-at-Arm- s James English. ment; rather has this basic relationTim Lyons. Sentinel ship in fact been tho shining mark for tho attacks of the upheavaljsts. DIVISION 3. Tho latest Issue of tho InternaFirst and Third Monday at Hlbor-nla- n tional Journal of Ethics furnishes us with evidence on this score. "When 0 Home, Portland. Mating and Parenthood aro TheoretPresident Lawrence J. Mackey. ically Distinguished" runs tho titlo Vice President John J. Riley. to tho article which gives us our Secretary Financial John J. theme, and Mrs. Ethel Clews ParHession, Jr. sons, tho radical writer on these subRecording Secretary Matthew jects, is tho author. In tho same O'Brien. periodical in June of last year Mrs. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Parsons stated her views on marital Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. relations and In the present instance Sentinel Thomas Noon. she expands on thoso ideas. Mrs. Parsons would certainly turn marDIVISION 4. rlago topsy turvy if she had her way, Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, or rather sho would whisk it out of existence altogether. Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. There would be no public recogPresident John H. Hennessy. nition of tho marital relationship; Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thoma3 J. indeed thero would be no such relationship at all in the way we underLangan. Recording Secretary James S. stand it. Parenthood would bo publicly recognized in Its stead. ParMcTJghe. ents' certificates would take tho Treasurer Pat Connelly. place of marriage certificates, such Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. certificates to bo Issued only to those who would make fit parents; that Is y. m. i. "fit" according to the Ideas of tho State, whatever that might be. as we understand It toMACICIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club day, would bo done away with. There would bo no stigma attached House, 344 North Twenty-sixtto birth outside of wedlock, for the President S. O. Hubbuch. would bo really M. First Vice President F. latter "Illegitimacy will rorer to tho parSchaad. ents only" under this wonderful Second Vice President R. L. scheme, "not to tho offspring, and Scheckler. to the former Insofar as Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. their responsibility to theirthey shirk offspring Recording Secretary G. nnd tho W. State." For instance, "par Buckle. ents of an improper ago or otherTreasurer G. J. Thornton. wise physically defective, uncertified Marshal Theo. Buckle. parents, Inside Sentinel James Radlgan. mate." will be accounted illegiti"Responsible motherhood," Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. based on tho Idea! that "tho State can not afford to search for papulpit In the person of the very ternity," will bo ushered in. Mamuch beloved Father Tom Burke, on ternity premiums will bo substituted "Catholicity in Relation to Irish for dowries. "Greater economic reCharacter." When again wo were sponsibility will attach to women celebrating the Jubilee of our par- and thev will have proportionally ish, another son of St. Dominic took greater freedom of maternity. To part with us on 1110 joyful occasion men as well as women parenthood tho very Rev. Dr. O'Koane, 0. P., will become a more voluntary and of tho Dominican house of Tallaght. therefore a more significant enterThis order has enriched the church prise." of God with innumerable saints Revolting Ideas, put forward In fivo Popes, sixty Cardinals, twenty-thre- o tho name of ethics and moralltv, Patriarchs, 600 Archbishops, products of a new nnd disgustingly 1,500 Bishops and well over one refined paganism! Mrs. Parsons, the hundred Masters of tho Sacred Pal- - exponent of these doctrines, Is ono aco in tho Pontiflclal Court since of thoso leaders of the modern tho days of St. Dominic, who was woman's emancipation movement himself the first to hold this office, whom Mrs. Margaret Sanger, in tho which is hold by the Dominicans to New York Call of February 27, sots this present day. down as cxamnles of thoso who havo practiced birth control. Mrs SanJUDGE JAMES QUARLES. ger, It will bo remembered, Is tho prophetess of tho birth control moveNo man at the local bar is moro ment In America. "A considerable respected than Judge James Quarles. number of our leaders," sho writes mado a splendid record as Chan- - In her article on "Woman and Her Ho Fight for Birth Control." "have married and become mothers. But they havo had small families. Olive Schrclner, Ellen Key, Annie Besant, Mrs. Havelock Ellis, Mmo. Curie, and Emmellno Pankhurst Illustrate this point in Europe. In America wo have Dr. Anna Shaw. Mrs. Carrie Vk 'feLLLLLr Chapman Catt, Mrs. Harriet Stanton Blatch. Mrs. Anita C. Block, Mrs. Elsie Clews Parsons, Mrs. Charlotte Perkins Oilman, and Mrs. 0. H. P. Belmont, nono of whom are tho mothers of large families." A roll of honor. Mrs. Sanger considers It, though others will think very dif-Torontly thoso who have a hold on tho old, stable morality, based on the law of God. "In tho last analysis," the chamcellor, because of which and his sterling qualities of mind nnd heart pion of tho artificial control of birth high esteem by the peo- says, "tho fight for birth control is ho is held-ia woman's fight. It has been started ple of this city and county. by women and must bo waged nnd won by woman for her benefit and TIIO.MAS D. CLINKS. freedom " Which remnids us very Thomas D. Cllnes, than whom forcibly that in the fight against radthere is no one more popular in icalism and its deceitful doctrines Louisville amateur dramatic and tho conservative Catholic woman has musical circles, will appear in no small part to play. By her ex- tonight, taking a lead- j ample must she continue to condemn ing part In tho St. Patrick's day tho falso theories of irresponsibility celebration of the Cecllian Club j which aro becoming in practice moro Mr. and moro in evidence. In St. Augustine's new hall, When sho Clines, who Is Treasurer of Jeffer- 'an, must she assert hor voice and county, has been generous with influence against these damaging son his talent, scoring pronounced suc- principles, which in the end spell cesses in tho operas produced by and Mackln Council, the entertainments unhapplness people a decaying nation. also in social work of tho Elks, tho Alumni of St. Among tho Xavier's Collego, of which he is must sho go to prevent the Inculca- President, and with many others. tlon of these Ideas among them and While contributing much of his to endeavor In tho way which Is hers time to our local societies and to bring about changes in conditions works of charity, he never neglects which will make the tendency to his duties as County Treasurer, in 'these practices lees marked and which office he is making a record (pressing. This Is work for her to that does credit to himself, his deeply consider. 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