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Kentucky Irish American: March 17, 1917 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 kec1917031701_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, 1917 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1917 $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. fr WE DO PRINTING HIST CUSS Wf IK ft El Nomo . Give This Office Your Next Ocd.r. JDlJJI i 1 ULiJjl O. I llVloil jlflEKILiAl 1 LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917. ( Wilkoe Union Mads Cigars. Mf?XXXVIIL--N- 11. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ai T v . CHAMPION IBBBD9BlflBBBMBKflrHMMBHBBflBHBBHBflHHj Part Church Played Bettering IRELAND Stupidity of Itulei lor-tn'i IMMIGRATION Provisions, of tho 1)111 Passed Over tho Veto of President '. WUsbn. ITttcnslblc 90n Iot , of the OTIsw Slave. Exists. Jp!0.V K i' ,.' i 'i 6tlll Retains Many Features' of the Act of Feb-- , ,R Existing ruary, 1007. U. , Has Fought all Forms of Spiritual " and Physical Enslave- -' mcnt. Mado. Servitude as Comfortable sin , Existence as. It Could Become; B Failure to Put Home; Operation Caused! JMWUHKW- ... ; &. .,i.S - The --.Best TliouKhtf Siu'nsX. to Only . 'A Hill ... JUUU fit llll JMTHO" Several Court Decisions Are Incor porated Into the New Law. ' titstSStwS, I i3BaH59BBSCIt-S- S REFUGE FOR TOOU FUGITIVES. SOLUTION IS .UPQEGLAND. -- "i- f,V.'t 1 CONTRACT LABOR- - PROVISIONS. jlVi N . rri ahaa,-WlleV-- :r On February 1 and February 5, Writing from Dublin, Norman 1917, tho Houso and Senate passed That the church lias ever been Hapgood has the following to say over the President's veto "An act a. force making for true progress; of the unrest an&Jj; troubles that liberty and to reguloto tho immigration of that Bho has championedensla.voment, prevail throughout .Ireland; aliens to and the residence of aliens fought all forma of in-BflBnBflBHHr The last tlmo I feWs;' Ss iBflBHHAHBBBLflBVRiK?0u9MBIBS Ireland in the United States." This. act is spiritual and physical, has como to was just 'before thOjjXtUit'ania went to take effect on May 1, 1917, and be for many of us somewhat or a down in 1915. Thl feeling, of'the retains many of the features of the It is only upon detailed trniem ' more' Irish then was itunning existing act of February 20, 1907, and careful study of the various strongly toward th emblro- thftn .it ma as amended by the act of March 26, . phases of human advancement, appreCAPITOL AND WILSOtyJ THE NEW "VVAR BUG." wo fully realizo and learn to '7 Night photograph of the Capitol building, Wjdmcton. taken night had been for a long 'time. SerThis is itlio first photograph of the new "war bug" new- - used by 1910.. Besides the features of the:, W ciate at its true value this power bofore the second inauguration of President W&)ni3l,hoto of Presl- - geant O'Leary was the, natiqual the Allies for one man to advance to cul the e entanglements hero. The boys w&e comlmr back in front of the German trenches. laws over, important carried of the chuwnUu)Ovlalprogres3 from the trencheaSwhere they had changes and additions were made, of the wirvKn" fought side by sldwlth tho Brit j igssm-largely for the purposo of stricter Jfi . . ... Such a knu.v. eh : M iwsirw, WINS LOUISVILLE GHtL. ish. There was stulysome disdffec-np- stereotyped, not reduced to familiar enforcement and a clearer underthe phase; SIIIMhlllhHIKIh SHIIIILIIIS but" it amounted to almost molds, but standing lle a nation . sKV ' ?""-- " standing of the provisions of tho Is oiferi yW.""'. tfsVTtt n&thlng. Ireland was friendly and, of children on tho theshold of an Pairs. Walter E. Glover ' .u v i an act, the Tesults of several court delate prof S growing all tho time more friendly. exciting and unknown future. Than nounces the engagement of her cisions being incorporated into the Unlvereityi r ntrwnntwi -- rwwwniB vmj-w-- "' find a mor Vk- -i i m.additlon to the sentiment of this little nation with its charming daughter, Miss Antoinette Glover, new law. The head tax of $4 "unnATVA fljMlgJUIng on the same slder there was Celtic soul there is .no more inter- to Pedro de Cordoba, of Now York. der the present law is changed to J.i rtnriv fit f vt ti-op my n. mo " The wedding will take place in June $8 under the new, but is not par the beglnre. I ."J 1 nJWfc encouragementoy of prosperity, esting possibility in the world." -7' ana partly also we great Staf in New York, whore Miss Glover able on behalf of children under Z... IWV iI vVOU allowances, to tho familieslarge war . of soland her sister, Miss Marie Glover, sixteen years of age who accompany MACKIX-Uera Buroiv",, ' PAHADE. x.naces of &. diers. The tide began to set the have been making their home for their father or their mother. The ,. other way with thq failure to put find manM-V- , At a well attended meeting Mon- several years. Mr. Cordoba hecame provisions as to excluded classes . ,-plan" into operation day night th!& which ;jf Jit f a sa5" the home rule J J .J. j?sr.-- j .a t r 'I" -Mackln Council, Y. M. I., known to the public as Escamillo. are strengthened and extended to strongest amelioratl; and it began to run its the toreador, In the moving picture certain classes of persons of mental, otiLi-ggS- g slavery, i INWiihtr after the executions that followed accepted the invitation and voted presentation of "Carmen," with physical or moral inferiority not in' to turn out as nian; members as Geraldino Farrar as Carmen. He j JflpHfiJi publication) , ;' but even $&' J5n theOnrebellion. 5 cluded In the old act. The proFebruary total sup there was an elec- possible in tho Hibernian parade made his stage debut with E. H. visions as to contract labor are : 1 j s morning, and the officers Southern in 1902. .mHi. tion in Roscommon. Thore were a tomorrow t..r the varlof. made more rigid, though profes among th$ . Wr '' Nationalist candidate and' an Inde- - hope tq make a good showing. The t sional nurses are added to tho pro- "(Voir orrie) debt, wo pendent Nationalist candidate. To; parade will start from Sixth and . M. II. KENDRICK. . '. "'iB0 tessionai classes exempted from the 9 o'clock. h President slavery fxj - 'v.x ...,'.. operation of the contract labor pro . j, ,vjkej AS?aaL' gether they polled- 239S votes. OaK at announced that on Monday, a icnvpora Against them ran' a Sinn Fein canM. B. Kondrick, Democratic can visions. On the other hand, the Ing until ii whoso sons had March 2G, Prosecutor Joseph Huffa-ke- r didate for Magistrate in the Fifth former provision admitting persons didate, three of would address tho mombers of Magisterial district, First. Second employed strictly as personal or ringleaders In the Dublin rebeen wnies, bellion. Not for fifty yeara before Mackln, and this should crowd the and Third wards of tho city of domestic servants has been nark COMPUTED AT THIRD CUSS RATE. uuempt V,-this election had any representative hall. Chairman Thornton reported rowed to include only personsijem-ploye- d - .Form 8379 brotherly of constitutional action been beaten that all Catholic young men of the as domestic servaiW: A . city had been Invited to attend the hlbition oig'-,iat the polls by a candidate oppos- retreat under new exclusion Is one hased on a litauspices of Macthe ing thoso methods. , The SlnnjFeln . WWHOTMllfiWrii WMBHinHl eracy test, its provisions being ex-r m The same deslro'lS'Tirei lid mtinm Anthony's Council ' at St. kln candidate polled 3,022 vojos. & pressed In the following language: TONY LAXDBNWICH DEAD. the rigor of the law caused the The big reasons whyf thojllrlsh church, It will open next Wednes"All alfensfover sixteen years of to prefer seeing the prisoner church day and come to a solemn close on Is age, physically capable of reading. Tony Landenwlch, founder of problem In a hard, onearejjfatrly of war, the unredeemed hostage, The retrgat wl simple. the flralplaco, lulanoi baT.,conductcbylKheroncscan,dl2J,a2t-W1ftJ?PSH8jAFontaine Ferry Park and under his the exiled culprit, enslaved, rather niana'genVent'tlte'-Tn'oift"nlelIgh"tfguage, or some omer language or . England. Tho English fathers, and the sermons will be on dialect, including Hebrew or Yidpleasure resort Louisville has ever Ireland and Again in the chapter dealing witn subjects of particular interest to dish; provided, that any admissible known, died Tuesday afternoon at members of tho House of Commons young men, and hence the desire the amelioration of the condition of could, probably vote five or six to his" home on Western Parkway. alien, or any alien heretofore or hereHe slaves, after showing tho influence to have them attend. of ar e was born in after legally admitted, or any citizen in one in favor on any home ruleIrish of a strong kingship in combating which the of tho United States may bring da 1845, coming to America with his rangement the harshness of individual slaveor send for hla father or grandparents when only nine months old. would unite. Tho difficulty is be- FATHER CROWLEY'S LECTURE. holders, the author thus describes years of age, father over fifty-fiv-e """"""""""""""""""""""""""""fl"""" His life had been spent in Louis tween the different elements In Irethe function of the church in deal'Several hundred girls and women his wife, his mother, his granding with the condition of the slavo. ville and his integrity and ability land itself. Next in importance to the divis- employed throughout tho city, mother or his unmarried or wid "Another stronghold," she writes, made him a factor In both social themselves principally In commercial life, Monowed daughter, if otherwise ad "of hope for the slavo was the and business circles. To him the ion among the Irish Roman Catholic many otcrs bavo already declared West End owes much for its ad- should be put the nature ot the day evening listened with much In- Louisville, is undoubtedly the best missible, whether such relative can .power of the King represented themselves ln his favor as one of vancement, as he dedicated to tho British bureaucracy in Ireland. terest to an address on "Method in qualified man who has ever offered read or not, and such relative shall church. "What the sphere the their choices for that ofilce. almost Reading and tho Study of English" as a candldato for the office of be permitted to enter. That for within the political Mr. city and Park Board ihe strip of Dublin Castle has been within the Nevln's long experience as a road land which is now part of West- wholly without imagination. It has by the Very Rev. Timothy L. Crow- Magistrate in tho city of Louisville, the purpose of ascertaining whether pishop represented moral. There is no doubt that contractor and builder, coupled with ern Parkway, and also arranged for not been filled with men who were ley, O. P., prior of St. Louis Ber- - and one of the most popular Demo- aliens can read the immigrant inout for the constant good offices his four years' service as a mem- the Market-streloop extending capablo of doing what Britons had trand's church and convent, at a crats offering for any office at the spectors shall be furnished with of the church through her minis- ber or the Board of Public Safety, south from Market street. Surviv- done in South Africa. It has not meeting of the Club" coming primary. Ho is a lawyer slips of uniform size, prepared uncondl-o- f ters, the Improvement dn the surely qualifies him as a capablo ing him are two sons, George land- tried to understand the Irish and to Meld at St. Helena's Colege. G25 and member of the American Bar der the direction of the Secretary the clave would have been of member of tho County Commission. enwlch and Harry Meyer, and two act according to their nature, but South Fourth street. Tho club re Association, a friend ot organized of Labor, each containing not less The Bishop Mr. Novln is a prominent member daughters, Mrs. a far slower growth. labor, with a host of friends among than thirty nor more than forty Schwlnd, of merely to Impose upon them tho cently wan organized by tho of course could as little as the of tho Knights of Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, John Mrs. Mollie most rigid British point of view. of Charity, who conduct tho the great common people, and is words in ordinary use, printed in and King interfere with the actual own- well and favorably known do both McCorkle, of this city. The (funeral Most of tho difficulties we see in school for commercial education. making a plainly legible type in some one of y race ership or abolish slavery; but ho the business and working classes. was held Thursday morning tfrom Ireland are such as will disappear Ita purposo ds to aid girls and wo- Democratic nomination. His for the the various languages or dialects of friends tried to exorcise a religious as well St. Columba's church, of which he with time, but nevertheless will re- men in securing employment; to predict that his nomination is sure Immigrants. Each tllen may desigas a practical pressure upon the amount of keep ithem. from working in places and that he will bo elected by the nate tho particular languago or CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. was one of tho first members, at- quire a considerable side, On tho one ho desires which tended by a laTgo concourse of old time. This particular matter of per- where tho personnel and surround- largest majority ever received by a dialect in mild treatment of tho slave was The movement for the consolidasonnel, howevor, ono would think, ings are objectionable, and to glvo Magistrate in the the examination to bo made. always spokon of as one of the tion of the various branches of the Trlends from all sections of the city. "could bo changed rapidly if it were them tho advantage of night classes candidate for both' to Fifth district in the primary and shall bo required slip read the important evidences of a Christian Catholic Knights of America realized in England how much of and lectures, musicals and social en- and general election. words printed on the is in such WILL HAVE GOOD TEAM. spirit; on the other side, tho growing in favor, and has ibeen aplanguage or dialect. That tho folthe difficulty of working out the tertainments. Father Crowley, who and monasteries were rec- proved by the unanimous vote of churches an lowing classes of persons shall be Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will Irish situation has been due to ad is an English scholar of note, the GROWTH IS STEADY. ognized places of refuge for tho the Central Committee. The Presiso the and formerly holder of exempt from the operation of tho ministrative fugitive or abused slave, tho priest dent of the Social Club spoke at placo a ball team in the Twin City largest lines density.theEven desire author of English literature in sevliteracy test, what Irish All aliens who tho C. that promises to or the Abbot before giving the length on the social features that League leading contenders bo one is not an imitation of British insti chair Dominican colleges, spoke of A. Tho last meeting of presided K. of shall prove to the satisfaction eral of tho Social Club wasover for tho an oath or tho club was inaugurating over eocacuTfgr' slave and that pennant. An enthusiastic gather- tutions. Thore are not a largo the advantages, practical aa well as by Chairman Fleck and was very of the proper immigration officer or r to do In promise from the the near future (the ladles' ing of local oaseball talent was numbor of Irishmen who do careful, merely cultural, In acquiring a taste Interesting, as many committees had to the Secretary of Labor that they harm." the refugee no further patient .thinking after for tho best of literature, and outto the United branch, which is present of Thirty-fou- r are seeking admission Not only was tho church, how- Central Committee, the aim soon the purposo Sunday afternoon for tho constructive, of Sir Horace Plunkett lined a course of reading to fostet their reports comploted. be would of forming an organization the manner and States to avoid Tellgious persecuchampion of tho ever, actively tho Miss Bertha many members were present appreciation. president That class, such applications filed, largely due tion in the country of their last slave, but what power the King prganizea. following cusmng ap to represent Trinity. A total of and George Russell. committees? seventeen prospective candidates like the general public, is convinced Baumgarten and MIsa Clara Ellen) to the energy of Miss Theresa Mc- - permanent residence, whether such had to exert in the slave's behalf pointed theOscar musical programmo Dermott, Staler, P. P. Buch-helt- answered the call, Including several that what Ireland wants Is some- furnished tho Ritual the Secretary. A minstrel persecutions bo evidenced by overt ho owed to the influence of the Olympic squad. thing widely different from what of tho evening. of la3t season's show will bo given by the members acta or by laws or governmental church. For as the author writes: tho plana has. discriminate that after Lent and all are enthused over regulations "It was likewise duo to tho Influ aelLaws Joseph P. McGinn, Mich- Chairman Kelly outlined tho entlro Englandone TAKE OUIt MAIL. of Trinity, stating that Iteichert. Tho chief and successful It, ence of tho church that tho Klnprs There 'is a lot of work at- against tho alien or tho roco to Entertainment William IHgglns, membership of the council placed business system thus far put into mind acquired the tached to this, but tho members are which ho belongs' because or his Mall carried on an American ship, capable of it. After tomorrow tho religious faith; all aliens who have protective power which it very Charles Hill, P. P. Buchheit, H. unusual confidence In this season's effect in Ireland pertains to agrirepresentatives, and urged all play- culture. The move- tho Standard Oil tanker John D. admission of social members will been lawfully admitted to the soon came to have, inasmuch as to Schultep. by the cease. Tho rules and initiation United States and who have re Extension of the Order Michael ers to work in harmony. H. Bock-ma- ment which has done so much in Arhcbold, was removed the church tho King's position alone last season a leader In semi-pr- Denmark, Germany, Italy, and is British authorities at Halifax, acseamed stable enough to' offer suc- nolchert, Joseph A. Fleck. present their re- sided therein continuously for five circles, and at present organ- beginning to make its first timid cording to the officers ot the vessel, committees will Sick Committee West End, H. ports at cessful resistance to the violence next meeting, as the years and who return to tho United tho East End squad, was advances in tho United States, has which arrived at Now York on President tho anxious to havo them States within six' months from- the and contempt for human life which Kcttler Joseph P. McGinn; East izer for selected for manager, with unlim been the most valuable work ever Tuesday from Bergen, Norway. This approved is then. Germanic End, H. Veeneman, C, Schlaug. certainly characterized Tomorrow tho date of tholr departure "therefrom; ited pwer to secure tho best ob- done for the reconstruction of Ire Is said to bo tho flrst ume tnat a meeting will be held at the home all aliens in transit through the Publicity Gen. E. Iteichert, society." flog on tho tainable talent in local Circles to land. It combines a total economic ship flying the American A. Flock. Again wo are told "tho church of the Secretdijy, when the time and United States; all aliens who have Consolidation Joseph A. Fleck, represent Trinity Y. M. 1. Beckman increase with unquestionable im- - Atlantic has ben denied the privi- place for holding regular, meetings been lawfully admitted to the also favored liberation of the slaves a to a degree which far exceodod P. P. Buchheit, J. P. McGinn, II. sprung a surprise on tho members Drovemont in the lot of every indi lege: of transporting mall from United States and who later shall upon. when he announced that ho had vidual worker, The best thought In foreign country, either neutral or will be decided go In transit from one part of the that of any private or public slave Veeneman. semi-prUnited States to another through An lavitatloa was extended to the positive assurance of seven owner." wane it is true tnat at desires that the same thing belligerent. Tho John D. Archbold CARD ENTERTAINMENT. stars casting their lot with the Irelandhappen when manufacturing brought out of Bergen thlrty-nln- o times and in some places church Social Club and the basketball team foreign contiguous territory: Proshall, Tho candidates on Trinity spreads through man and monasteries owned slaves, to be present" at tho next meeting club. vided, that nothing In this act shall the land. They sacks of mall from Norway, Den The new large central house the author goes on to say that "in of dhe Central Committee the sec Council' baseball squad are urged know how much harder it is xo mark and Swoden, The vessel fol chapel of the Ursullne Sisters isand exclude, If otherwise admissible, in ?h!r respect, as In many others, ond Thursday in April. Charles ot report for practice tomorrow cure evils than to prevent them. lowed tho custom of. other neutral progress on Choro-kc- e persons convictedj or who admit tho tp church had to conform to the Hill reported that the date for the afternoon at Uiolr club rooms, Bax- They do not wish Industries to grow ships by putting in at Halifax in- rapidDrive, and of erection of loyalty commission, or who teach or advoas a mark ter and Morton avenues. New can- into what wo are familiar with in stead of Kirkwall. Thexo sho was mm.-- , tiuu excursion to Jasper Ctonunili; cuuuiuuu ui uivi had not yet been according to tho Alumnae of Sacred Heart Acad- cate the commission, of an offense In bor struggle for material de- - fixed, but that it would take place didates will bo welcome. some of. our modern industrial detained three days,tho mall taken emy have undertaken to raise a purely political." tho" officers, and all wluch alone could secure when the home coming was held, tndenco. New sections are addled with tho countries, but to grow from tho be- off for examination. Tho tanker fund for a much needed pipe organ. HUSH BUFFALO DaNOE. success to her in nor ideal purginning intq what most modern resumed her voyage without it. This For this purpose they will give a intent of regulating tho landing of she needed' cheap labor and suits, seamen United States ports, FEAST OF ST. JOSEPH. fit Tho Buffaloes will give their Irish thinkers agree must be for the is certainly a anatter .tho Govern- card entertainment in tho i. M. I. alien to giveinTeasonable assurance this from tok offered. Inwhatever source as hall on April 17 and 18, and on so as danco this evening at tho Gait actual benefit of all. They wish ment should not overlook. holding slaves was evasion Monday is the destroy health, da of no the latter day will dispose of a that violation and not result of the cultivators of her enormous estates Joseph and will feast observed St. House. Members of tho committee, that Industries 'that of thousands therein who are well known, are Messrs. Dut hundreds beautiful Victrola. All who como immigrant law do as com- Catholic churches ho DUFFY. the! church made servitude HON. WILLIAM Heavier penalties are asover tho world. Georgu O. McWoish, Chairman; into slavery, that widen inequality.. to this entertainment are assured from. against transportation comas it could St. Joseph is fortable an existence sessed the patron of the David McGarvoy, Johnnie O'Hoff-ma- They wish laws therefore wnicn Handserv- a most enjoyable evening. evert become. Tho slavo of the Hon. William Duffy, who-iof McBecker, Roy O'Jack-so- will bring it about that industries ing his second term as RopTosonta-tlv- o some prizes will bo given to win- panies which violate the provislone was more esteemed by the universal church, tfoster-fathchuncih JTacob Our are built upon something like a Fifty-firRuddle McRldedalo, Louis district, com- ners and the novelty booth will sat- of tho act, and provision is also law than anyone's oxcept the King's, the Holy Child, spouse of plan; on a plan at posedofofthe Eleventh and Twelfth isfy tho greatest desire for varioty. raado for tho reimbursement by wpre tho first Lady, patron of the dying, and has Timothy McKalaher, Larry and the churchmen the them of the fare of certain inadwoo,- hi judgment of a case, made special claims to our love and ven- O'Mogel, Daniel McIIenneesy, Allan least that will make it impossible warcte, ie one of our morft prommissible classes of persons brought eration and special favors are O'Kast. for a few men to control the des- inent representatives of tho State HON. JOHNSON N. CAMDEN. a dlipthictlon between Intentional over by ouch companies. showered upon his devoted clients tinies of all. and unintentional acU, thus by today. It has been demonstrated Provisions are made for placing The Catholics and Protestants In the past that Will Duffy I THE LITTLE COLONEL. a Statesman, a judge and breeder opening the way ito a more His feast Is preceded by that of tho ireUlMgent Jurisprudence, even for glorious 'St. Patrick and followed have worked together pleasantly born leader, and his worth as a of good horses, da the Hon. Johnson on board ot vessels, foreign as well bringing aliens 4o by the Annunciation, niarvelou Col. M. J. Drennan, who' received and wiceiafully In th' the slave." maker of laws giving equal rights iN. Camden, one of the leading as domestic, ports, surgeons of the We miffht thus multiply the many mystery by which man was re- his title through an appointment to agricultural movement merely to all men has1 been demonstrated lights of our grand old State of United States Sen-icand matrons pasmgee In this excellent work deemed ifrom In and restored to the. Gov. Stanley's staff last week, has that movament has been con on evenr occasion, ana we mw Kentucky, Mr. Camden is adopting Public Health Intelligently hope of heaven. All these great already received the aobrinuAt of ceived and led in a broad, tolerant iiat hft hAA elvftR to us are worthy. this method of shaking hands with of tho Immigration Service, the obwhich so ifelrly and season are "The Little Colonel." Col. Brennan spirit, and this leads to the belief just to all. It Is with pkasu-rrxvints out the. olend(d tftnd of the feasts of the Lenten that his friends on this, our St. Pat- ject .being to afford more thorough church on so difficult a problem In given us la order to prepare for has promised that if hte uniform is that the religious difficulty will be we look upon ,uoh a young mop. rick's day, and Is expressing his observation' and examination of an agv whjp lavery was as much our epirKual resurrection on the omplted be will give the boys a first to vanish. la conclusion the and a produet of our city who has Well, wishes to all. and may the aliens wkh a view to detecttar dts la eoatlnuance of good fellowship rua ease and physical and mesial d- part and"Tlpoel of th social an4 morning of .the rasurrMtlon of treat by appearing in tho St. Pat- - writer says: "Here to a people- - full achieved tfee reputation be on tintll the ad of ttae. economic utete of society aa it was Ohriat. j risk's day parade tomorrow fee. of ,aTdor, kjladllass, postryj sot such, a abort time. , - (barb-wir- ....... . ir v yVMPHIPMS iri?afcr qa,5S,,, uJ5yni7ajirJf.t. 'KdH VT.t rymrni:irtflrMiVcrVPrl'-avsHwerMarHiK l1 rmm ' itrj " iqsgsssgapv wri r v ' fKVX rNAOT ..... - 'lyj2r --- i.t J.X --iS- nr v.--'.tf- r - " :F .r' rs' . . 4 rusiAut uut . y vftATivr rvitr '.'. - ""' 7 ""' .. ,-- ji ' . iir A. XX3S Ji wrii! -. rt A f . - j -- -. --- Jss- - ii: vbsiksb - 4- - ' ., jnr jJ ..::.:-..- ,.sSt - Hub-buc- . . - 1 f - ns uI -- Alsace-Lorrain- et "Co-operati- Ste-tor- run-awa- slave-holde- r. to-wl- - slave-owne- . , n, o, - Jo-Bo- o, . n, n, s er Mc-Frle- s, st - de-rre- ee , Kbe-cau- se e Li , . I Ja u yy-:',y". J. 'Mk. t n 'A; ""fr-V- e jt&strTJC$ti?sr usstsiBc -- ajMaEwio-aua. ' SLIP YOUR FEET ' ST. PATRICK'S DAY ToBe Peatured Tomorrow Morning by Big Parade of the Ancient Order of Hibernians r I ; $$4$4HH344334 r ;$ .1 "V'.yl Into a Pair of Emerson Shoes and Know Real Comfort. L. H. HARPING ' ' ' I FFamHy $hoe !., Fitters. AvA.- ! &mL HONEST ALL THROUGH 336 West arid .Qther'Louisville C&thelic Men and Organizations. ';..! r it " - Right Rev. Bishop O'Dohaghue Will Deliver the Sermon at the High Mass at St. Louis :i- - Wide Variety For Your Selection, in Black or Tan, High or Low Hardware, Stoves, Paints, Window I Glass,. Sewer .Pipe,; Etc Goods Delivered Promptly Home Phone City YOLZ & MICHAEL BEST WISHES OF ifW ' .)! : :.Jf 580 Cumb. S. 1704-- y Market St. ' H ' HIBEKNIAINb AINU LAUIL3 WJUL, 4 H"'' ' E COMMUNION At 1236 SOUTH SHELBY STREET. 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY , ST. PATRICK'S 191? DR. JOS. A. SWEENEY.. eM s 1i iA HUI W tyM: ll)i t ovirinv ihn d.av tho truo Irish by Collins' Band and will consist looks for of the members of the A. O. ,H., man and ward to every spring, as it is tnei Mackln Council, Y M. I., Trinity A iin1nht(illnn rtf TrAlJlTl' f Council Y. M. I., Knights of St. patron saint, and in every civilized John, ROman Knights ahd'tho Holy land on tho globe mere is nonon Name Society of Holy Crojs church. being paid today to St. Patrick, the The parade will form at Sixth and at 9 o'clock St. Catherine streets and tho following routo will be traversed: Down Oak to Seventh, in Seventh to Broadway, down to Eighth, in. Eighth past St. Mary's church, thence up Jefferson to Fifth, out Fifth passing the Cathedral, thenco to Broadway and out Sixth to St. Louis Bertrand's church, tho Irlsh-Amorlc- it speaks well of tho close .acquaintance of the church and the order and the good feeling "existing between the individual membors o.f the A. O. H. and Father Cronln, pastor of St. Patrick's church, who 0RVILLE J. STIVERS For Re-electi- SUPT. OF COMMON SCHOOLS JEFFERSON COUNTY-SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATS PARTY. KgrasffiiraqmiMKMMagBi R I'lHH 1 ntn teI I t 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 R. W. Bingham Stanley E. Sloss T. W. Spindle Ajlhur Mann Emanuel Levi ssssHfc ?". flil O. sssssLsssHsV, Kohn, Bingham, Sloss & Spindle -- E. Jam HHf"fleHIH JOHN H. HENNESSY, . County President, A. O. H. EDW. L. THARP 1 FOR N Aitorneys - at-Law Commercial Building, ' Louisville, Ky. X THOMS LYNCH, President of Division 4, A. H. llleli Bailiff Poiice Court SUBJECT TO ACTION I K DEMOCRATIC PARTY. 522B33333gffffgKSCggE5SiIH mnHnmmnnMHHHMim nnt MM"H ;44,$4?454$$SH4H'S' x All Kinds of Storage ' . Home 863 or Main 863 I LOUISVILLE PUBLIC WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED COMPANY Store Your. Household Goods With Us Office: N. W. Cor. Brook and Main Streets, Xoule4-vlllc- J XCoxvtwoJcv. apostle of Ireland. In local circles the Ancient Order of Hibernians, organizatho leading tion of this section, and of which every loyal Irishman or of Irish descent should be a 'member, will pay both religious and civic triTho bute to their patron saint. annual celebration of St. Patrick's day is directly under their auspices, and because of the day falling on Saturday this year the Officers of tho order decided to postpone the observance ' until tho following day, giving everyone an opportunity to take part in tho celebration one way or the other. In the morning tho members of the. Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladies' Auxiliary will attend the 6:30 o'clock mass at St. Patrick's church, receiving holy communion in a body, tho mass' being said by Yury Rev. J. P. Cronln, V. O., pastor of St. Patrick's. Father Cronin has kindly reserved the center aisle for tho members and the officers of both societies, who aro endeavoring to have the entire mem- Irish-Americ- has always been an ardent worker for fho order and its purposes. The celebration of Division 4 will take place at Bortrand Hall, Sixth street, near Oak, and tho address Will.- - bo delivered by Attornoy JOHN M. RILEY, of that Presidont of Division 3, A. 0. H. Thomas Walsh, a momber remarks division, tho introductory being made' by. Very Rev. T. L. entire church being reserved for the Crowley. Those taking part In tho marchers. Solemn high mass will programme aro Miss Carrie Flncke, be celebrated at 10:30 o'clock, the Miss Sadlo ,F1ncko, Leon Marion, sermon to be delivered by Right Thomas J. Langan, Mrs. Palmer Rev. Bishop Denis O Dohnghue. Miller, Lawrence Following the mass there will be Kendrick Louis E. Zoeller, Miss Nel'Io a presentation of an American Hag Hickey, Edward J. Wolfe, William to tho school, tho presentation Imorde, Daniel McCarthy, by President Curran, John Holmes and Pat .James speech to bo mado Stone. Lynch, of Division 4, and Prof. Carl Thomas Schuttler, John E. response will bo made by Very Browne, Louis FItzmayer and Miss the Rev. T. L. Crowley, Prior of St. Katherino Whlpplo Dobbs will be tho accompanists. Fitz-maye- When Plastering Your House See that You Get DIAMOND Wall 4 Plaster MANUFACTURED BV r, Kentucky Wall Plaster Co, INCORPORATED. DEALKKS IN OUK CHIEF. Hydrate Lime, Portland Cement and Plaster Boards. rVgvEjflrna vfCT re? JTiKE FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS MULLOTS GOOD COFFEE .. Has been the favorite kind. The quality is tho best and our prices are the fairest. Try our New Blend.j 2 lbs ". f HSP VtU Special Auto Delivery Service. JOHN M. MUIXOY Both Phone- - 1323 212 W.1 ESTABLISHED Market St. Br SB 1885. lBSEmBmmmaMI!Z!!lf?!fmi'm0mm' HHiiiiiBLiilHHi LAWRENCE FITZMAYER, On St. Patrick's Day Programme. borship present. In addition Father Cronin has assured tho members of both bodies that tho services will be over bbforo 7:30 o'clock, giving everyone, an opportunity to get in tho big parade, which ' will form at 0 o'clock in tho neighborhood of Sixth and St. Catherine streets. The parade will bo headed by Lieut. John Malonoy, a prominent member of tho A. O. H., and a detachment of mounted police. The mont has been noted throughout the United States. ' Chief Tim Lehau was promoted as tho head of the Louisville Fire Department several fry mfT years ago, having won his promotion by hard application to his duties, starting from the ground and working himself to the highest pinnacle, and now being recognized throughout tho country as ono of fho .best flro fighters. Among the many men under Ms suporvlslori there is not a tine who has not received personal training In their choosen profession. .Among the many fires that have been fought LAWRENCE J. MACKEY. in tho past few years tho praise of Orator for Division 3. Chief Lehan has been sung by tho ontlro population . of this city for Louis Bertrand's church. During tho manner in which this dangerous tno raising of the flag the school undertaking has been handled. One children will sing tho "Star Span of the onottoes of Chief Lehan is gled Banner." Moving pictures will "Como on, boys, let's put her out." bo taken of this sceno and of tho parade, these pictures to bo exhibFIIAXIC M'GKATJI. ited at the local moving picture houses later. Group and circular Having offered his automobile for pictures will also be mado of dif- tho use of tho littlo girls in tho big ferent scenes, pertaining to tho par- St. Patrick's day parade tomorrow ' ade and flag raising. ' morning, Frank McGrath iwlH bo In tho evening there J will' "Bo two found keeping step with tho boys entertainments-- ono under tho aus in tho ranks to tho tuno of the pices of Division 3, A. O. II., in St, "Wearing of ' tho Geen," and Patrick's Hall, Sixteenth and Mar therein you will find tho secret of ket streets, and tho other in Ber- trand Hall under the auspices of Division 4. Attorney L. J. Mackoy, a former President of Division ,3, will deliver an address on the Irish question and this should prove in teresting to his hoarors at this par tlcular time. The Eighth grade boys and drls of St. Patrick's school, Mrs. Frank Ryan, Miss Mary HInkle, Miss Nellie Harbold and Edward Harbold will also take part in the programme tho entertainment ending with a medloy of Irish songs and a patriotic tribute to "Old Glory." Tho proceeds of th6 entertainment will bo given to St. , For a number of years tho cffl ciency of tho Louisville Fire Depart- - mm. :ill '" ,'t tllJJIi IVW WASHINGTON is the center of th. world now. f ' Hiatory is being made there. No American citizen should deny hlraaelf a visit to Washington especially when ha can stop off there for' several days en rout to New York, without extra charge. The Baltimore & Ohio has three modern trains. dally via Washington to ; Baltimore, Philadelphia and Now York. t LEAVE LOUISVILLE , 8r10 2s00 2:30 MORNING , JAM. A M. Tickets .and Reservations at Ticket Office. FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS. T, J. Westf District Passenger Agent. PHONESi Main 230j City 230. l" .1 )- - HILMAR EHRftfANN & CO., DISTRIBUTORS, LOUISVILLE, 1SX, 44KlViA1AM4 T. B.- OWEIN" :. 'CAFE a.it ' BlBlBlHlBI&.SiBlBlBlH THOMAS WALSH, Orator for Division 4. . IBHBlBl. iv.''r'i'." principle but in (his overy action. tho gonial Chairman of tho City and County Democratic Commltteo has acquired a following that is loyal to him and his interosts, and thoy aro of that typo who aro unswerving in thoir loyalty. During his regime as Chairman of tho local Democratic Commltteo tho party hug won several notable victories and given big majorities for tho Stato and National tickets. MARRY IN APRIL. Mr. and Mrs. John Gill, of J6f- fersonvllle. havo anifbunced the en gagement of" their daughter. Miss, LKiwj. uiii, iu juiuiuw iviujimut. ajiu marriage will take placo on April his strength with tho masses of tho votors. Democratic not only In ft .., Baltimore & Ohio "Our Passenger . Are Our ., Guests" '.i,l' J J. KESSLER WM. KESSLER KESSLER Jtcpalrlug Our Spcclnlty - BROS. M? . nTTTSTTV TH"R ROOFING GUTTERING AND SPOUTING Homo Phone City JMlfl 10S50 "VST. JSX A.I2ST ODBtEJaC. 11: .' i 5 ? .... IHi ., BOWJLlim ALLEY VSSSWViVt) - 194S W. Chestnut Street Louisville, Ky. u IXlUXJiVO J, first eoction will be headed by the Industrial Reform Band, and will 2t consist of the automobile section. Patrick's neir schbol and the mcni-be- bo at St. Anthony's church, and wilt by tho pastor, tho the automobiles containing the little .to of Division 3 aro working hard Rov.solemnized Oderio Auer, The Fathor m&ka the Vecelota a 6ubeLa.ntfal girl pupil of St. Louis Bertnmd'a. school and Holy Rosary. Aeademy. amount, for that worthy cause. ' In I young couple are already- receiving. 317 thi they dtserye eneouragerijent, M eonTatulfttIon. Th second motion will he hedd ra LXH J SHfl AL. STEBLER l'ltoiPicrEjxois m.r:'0 INTERURBAN CAFE Wist Iloiaa.0 PHonfe Crein Strut o City COOC Nixt to Interurbin wrr. Statti f.X-.V.' t P v?h?; li T, 7 - 4'Kt44,t'f .ai-MAJNOrriCK 15IM .. . i . $ -t ' : 5. l 4 A! jpif - .HOBOKEN, ., . triMnriMAAAt rw f T rr r AINU Jfc.fIfc.K3Vr4 3IKE.E.13 AT i 8. N.J., 44 -, ItjbsrTTTJOICY IWISK A:MGE&.fKCCA2ff POLITICIANS 11 Already Guessing- bit CiuuUtlntcs For Senators anil Gover novVs IChcch. . WHEN YOU WANT GOOD PRINTING! v.-- Established 1853 Clillton-Scarcy - - I S hwai zwaklei INCORPORATED a Sons ntf Coiiiblne Will Select Hand Picket! TJckct For KcpublicnnH. . P R I i N T G Democratic ContostH Pavlnjr the " Way For Strong Ticket In . ' Noveiuncr. Manufacturers of BREWERS COOPERAGE MANY CANDIDATES ANNOUNCING BRANCH FACTORY AND OFFICE: EIGHTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVE., LOUISVILLE, KY. ;fr.444$V flODMAX KEEN OX. .''"?'..?.!. .".-.,:"- , v "ST . ' J7WWfi&..l. v i" t..A ; .. 7.w."M ' &vJ! uTMHHaHti iwnHRHnBt, &S,WBMEB - '- ; . r flMIHHH wi ' ' 'XV. ' . si y; - Keenon, Hodman tho Chief Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, ,many many friends hero in whso Loulsvllio-havalways stood oy .him in his walk of life, are now through tho columns of this paper o w$MJm&':Z&' 'rw,xm- ' .?$&- mm ' BSsSP",B 1 ' ra.ee congratulating him on the offiiclent as Chlof work under his Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, the highest tribunal in tho State of Kentucky. Wo are proud ot the name of Keenon, proud of tho man W. F. WOODRUFF. that bears that name, and hope tho show our day will come It is the opinion of a largo num- doubts his ability and fitness for appreciation ofthat wo, canwork dono tho good this- position. Ills success In privato iu tho past. ber of taxpayers of Jefferson county that W. F. Woodruff would make an business affairs Is all that is necessary to establish tho fact that ho excellent officer as Sheriff, it being a would bo a success in handling the ELECTED PRESIDENT. position that deals largely with tho flifances of tho people. Stephen Parrelly, Directing Manfinances of tho people. NotwithstandHo is not aligned with any paring tho fact that he is a man of ticular faction of tho Democratic ager and Vice President of the large business affairs, ho has at party, tind in making this raco be American News Company, 'has been of ithe United tho urgent solicitation .ot citizens lleves he can bo of sorvlce not only chosen President and taxpayers consonted to become to the Democratic party, but to tho States Catholic Historical Society. k candidate for that office. taxpayers of this county. If ho Is Ho was elected at the annual meetHo .has all of his Ufa been, a res- favored with tho nomination ho will ing of the society In Washington. ident of this county and has always make a diligent canvass for tho of Ho succeeds the lato Dr. Charles 'taken an active interest in public flco df Sheriff and if elected will G. Herbermann, editor of the Cathaffairs and always in tho 'interest of perform tho duties of the office to olic Encyclopedia. In his address tho principles of tho Democratic the best of his ability and with the upon taking office Mr. Farrelly exparty. No one who knows Air. purposo to guard the interests of pressed his appreciation at being regarded worthy to fill the place of Woodruff personally for one moment tho taxpayers of this community. such a distinguished and scholarly Catholic. He said ,the ' society $ would x)ntinue the work so long and ably, done by Mr. Horbermann. He continued: "You have done mo a great honor nie President of the in making United States Catholic Historical Society. INCORPORATED. It is a serious proposition and not one to 'be entered upon lightly. Thi3 society foears tho name Catholic' and 'Catholic' means universal, and it .should alao anean porpotual. I 'believe that working earnestly together, earnestly and devotedly we will continuo our society on the sucessful ilane that It has enjoyed in the past. The and' encouragement of His Em inence Cardinal Farley, of which I am assured, is an absolute guaran tee of success." Cardinal Farley congratulated the society on finding such a worthy 6i successor to Dr. Herbermann. He said: "Ho was 'very reluctant about accepting tho responsibility,, but I insisted on his accepting tne nomthat ination because I believed HOME PHONE CITY 3069 CUMB. S. 1 265-- 3 there was no one better fitted for tho office." Mr. Farrelly was born in Ireland. He came to America in 1818, and (Incorporated.) has always been engaged in tho busi publishing and distribution . ojn-c- i ness. He ostauiisiieu tne wew, YorK It later Nows Company in 1869. became merged with the American AN fetas RkcWi Prompt Attention, All Agreements CofftinzeM on Strikes, lockouts No&ioK Ho is a member News Company, Too largo or Too Smalt. Cyclones or Other Causes Beyond 6r Control. of many Catholic societies and char itable organizations.. rog-Iin-e . W 35HBH5SJ?S NONESUCH"' Meal, Hominy, Grits and Feed Cereal Mills Louisville lr- - and "their friends will be given .the .nominations for V, O. GIIJBEItT. offices like the Board of Aldermen and Council. .The Tho name of V. 0. Gilbert stands Louisville Herald is already in line forth with particular prominence under tho Ohilton-Searc- y banner among tho people of our Common and will fight any opposition to the wealth., He is thoroughly qualified machino programme. The Democratic outlook is very as Superintendent of Public Instrucas nearly every nominapromising, tion will be contested for, but friendly in every way, guaranteeing a united front In November. As suggested first in theso columns there will be no fight made on tho Brumleve element and the candidates of that faction will 'bo given every consideration. .It Is believed that Mr. Brumleve and his friends will center their strength on the Mayorallty nomination and the Sheriff's office, hacking Mr. Woodruff for the latter. In discussing tho Sheriff's race Wednesday the Evening Post said that tho contest would narrow down, to Mr. Woodruff anj, Mr. McNally, tho representative, and said that Senator Sam Robertson would be a possible candidate. Ask any political leader or olub representative and they "frill tell you that Just now the' Senator has all the earmarks of an easy winner. For County Judge the .race seems between Loralne Mix and Squlrs Charles Wheeler, as County, Judge not developing any tlon by reason of his experience G,reeue is strength. Nathan Kahn and Hun- and extended Work, In Kentucky. IIEAtiY'S TRIBUTE. ter Burke will contest for Police For a humbor ot years ho has Prosecutor, while Judge provon his ability for tho office he On ono occasion Timothy Healy, Court INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PLASTERING Bold rick. Tom Hall and Thomas His many friends ono ot tho foremost members ot Walsh will be 'the contenders for now occupies. tho Statd aro more enPrliamentary party, gave tho Pollco Court Judgeship. Pres throughout than ever on account of tho Irish PLAIN AND ORNAMkNTAL expression to tho following notablo Ray will be opposed by Harry thusiastic work that ho has dono tho great words 4n tho British House ot Com- Weaver, of the Brumlevo faction, and as ho promised beforo tho elecHome Phones: Shatunee 852, CHy 8380-838-1 sGtmb. Main 1956 -- would my mons: rather that "I County Clerk, while present tion, and wlfich ho has fulfilled, cbildron understood their religion for County Assessor Scott Miller and as to the uplift of the school sysROOM REALTY BUILDING. in preparation for tho eternity that Allon Smith will' bo, tho only can- tem of tho State to one ot tho is to como than, that they, should bo didates for County Assessor. leadini. educational systems of any educated EUGENE HUBBARD For County Commissioner Messrs. in tho Union. May the good work W. A. HUBBARD rich,inprosperous andI littlo caropeo ple for Bingham, Scholz this world. Cox, who are he has started bo continued inyour education. But thefro running together, and artf opposed by definitely. la ono thing that I and mlno have a McNutt, crip of, and that is a belief in tho Joseph Ludwig, and COL. H. WATSON MNDSEY. Dorsey, Novln It. Christ to come and a belief that our Joseph whom have pretty0. considerachildren, whatever bo their distress, all of Col.'H.. Watson Llndsey, Chief of In tho Police Court whatever bo thedr misfortunes, ble following. is en- tho Pollco Department of greater whatever bo their poverty In this Bailiff's race a Derby field Heffer-na- LiOuisville, Is well known throughworld, will recelvo a rich reward if, tered, consisting of Fred T. Leach-maLIFE BUILDING out the country as the youngest M. J. McDormoU, Harry listening to the teaching of their Edward L. Tharn and the Chief and one of the best detecfaith, they' put (into practice the FIFTH AND JEFFERSON ST. SUITE lessona they receive in Catholic present Bailiff, Thomas Guather. tive Louisville has ever had. Chief Ireland, may well feel Sonator Charles H. Knigh will do Llndsey has made us one of the Schools." poHIGHLAND 705 , UNION BAK proud, of the type of Catholicity unoonosed for the nomination in best officers who has held this and Senatorial district,' sition as guardian ot the peace which animates the ,breast of Timl tho Thirty-sixtwelfare of our citizens, and the evil VY11MU Mil 'UCUQID MITIb 4i'1CT,cM Healy. tlve Will Perry I entitled to the doer and Yiolater of the law fear him more than my Chief of Police muslin in pink nomination for Senator in' tho district and that 'he will we have ever lmd. "Our police" and white, yellow and whMe and wint not being handicapped by a force under the guiding hand of r$d and. white la used for Representa- ''Our Chief"' has reached the point frock and, country wear, " They are Presidential contest. trimmed iVlth borders of the solid tive George B. Barrett, ' Adam where they aro classed among the DAY AND NIGHT LUNCH 822 BAXTER AVENUE dolor or with Irish or ifilet lace. Spahn, William JKuh, and''WUara moat efficient in 'the country. 'Mr. Monroe non-salari- ed frii0$tO THE PYNE CO. ENGINEERS, MILLWRIGHT, MACHINISTS. Senatorial and 'Gubernatorial contests. In the Governor's raco it Is an assured fact that Congressman J. Campbell Cantrell will bo a starter, and the experience ho had ll as Chairman of the campaign would make him a formidable contender. Lieut. Gov. James P. Black, who- - broke the Republican strength in the mountains, will be ' in the . race, while friends of Attorney General M. M. Uogan say that he is looming up strong as a candidate to succeed Gov. Stanley. In addition to the3o It is pretty near a certainty that McChesney will again foe tho prohibitionist candidate ' for Governor, 'but will' got the place, according to racing diction, and maybe show it there are several candidates. In all probability Gov. Stanley will wait for Beckham's time 'to run again for' Senatorial honors and then he wiH'con-lefor that seat, believing- that his defeat before was in tho nature of a fluke, that being conceded to be tho caso right here in Louisville and Jefferson county, wTinre votes and support wore obtained for Beckham under falfce pretenses anS promises. Senator Ollie James', race will come first and the. clique will, probably oppose him with --one of tho Prohibi tionist Democratic element, and as acnndldato for1, 'Senatorial honors must necessarily,, have a campaign barrel indications, point to Col. Pat. rick H. Callahan ds that standard- bearer. Despite tho protests of Herman Monroe and his friends tho machine is going forward in Its purpose to select Undertaker John Maas as tho Republican nominee 'for Mayor, and although Mr. Monroo has been kicking pretty strenuously the powers that 'bo are circulating Maas. buttons In the railroad shops and big manufacturing plants. Grlnstead and ihls friends of the Republican Old Guard have also been run over by- the machine, and so strong Is its power In the G. O. P. that National Committeeman .A. T. Hert hurriedly got out of Its path, being1 proljajbjy a littlo discouraged over" fhl$s!rporlence In handling the- Ilnghes campaign last year ahd not n condition for reverses locally. This means that Messrs. Chilton and "Searcy will personally name the Republican ticket, their choice for Sheriff being W. E. Rpss, Charles Hess for County Clerk, II. P. Reager for County Assessor, Frank Watson for Police Court Clerk, Fred Neutzel for City Treasurer, Gus NeurHh fori Pollco Court Wilson-MarshaHaly-Beckha- m of tho Legislature tho politicians have been discussing tho future During the present special session il w LOUISVILLE ANZEIGER CO. i BOOK-BINDIN- I N BILL, HEADS ' CA11DS CIRCiLAJRS CHECKS PAMPHLETS DRAFTS BLANKS G .y V V B "NT I I D N G Incorporated BOTH PHONES 0'23 rrirmrrtTTl " IV "I 32 L WEST GREEN STREET Ttrwtri ::,!.; i,: t " I ! i?t?rerrt71TTrTTr n "i.Tntw st - tpv'HMnr js ' 9Bi?;jSI:''Ste-- " '' ' iMMMBMBrBffliBmfEiflrwWWMipiMlflMlllWlllllfiTl . .,,. jtctvB.j i jyi. "cWl8lfcHs;iLC',,: '' .. . J 1 j" niWilli JHllliwIlHlMWPW W-- MSSmmmAjSMaJi t' - . k "S-jk- TT1 Hnly-Beckha- m ST. JOSEPH'S INFIRMARY. Joseph's Infirniary, situated Dn Fourth avenue, near Chestnut, Is probably tho largest institution of its kind In tho South, and stands second to nono in its care of tho sick and afflicted. Tho Infirmary is St. and receives all classes and denominations for caro and treatment, being selected by many becauso of Its close proximity to tho heart of tho city and convenient to all car lines. Tho wards, operating and privato rooms contain uon-ectaria- n tho latest appliances and everything necessary for tho caro and comfort of tho Infirmary patients. Tho .Sis? tors of Nazareth aro in charge ot St. Joseph'a Infirmary and many tributes have been paid to their caro of tho sick and afflicted. Chilton-- Searcy Ex-May- or - - Bailiff. Of cburselex-Mayo- r Grin-stea- d, Duffy will probably be returned the Legislature without opposition, while AUorhey Will McDon- ogh's friends wouldillko to see him announce to succeed Will Perry. In tho Magisterial races Squire Ben Schulmau and Squire John J. O'Brien have no opposition and do- serve nono because of their record In tho Democratic and strength party. Phil German Is a candidate to succeed Squire Wheeler, while Attorney M. B. Kendrick and Frank Smith aro candidates to succeed Snulro Frank Dacher, who will announco for City Treasurer. Albert Nisbet and Robert ,E. Hes- slon are fighting It out for tho nomination to succeed the present Bull Mooso iholder of the office of Magistrate in the Eighth Magisterial district. Quite . a different line-u- p is expected in the places for seats in the BoaTd of Aldermen and Couhcllmen this year as some of the present members nave grown a Hue weary of thoir laoors ana this will not 'offer for year, A. Bte&iwiKPgfflGKyifla to WILLIAM SPEED CMl Engineer and Landscape Architect Starks Building. EBgaflBMKMfflafe Louisville, Ky HH?s4 GEO. CARY TABB, cATTORNEY-AT-L- A Bailding. W Louisfritle, Ky, 927 Inter-Southe- !XJI3E STRBBT. rn ASK YOUR DEALER FOR GET THE BIGGEST 4c LOAF OF BREAD THIS SIDE OF IRELAND AND LARGER ANY 5c LOAF ON THE MARKET. , Haly-Beckha- m Company. LOUISVILLE BAKING COMPANY INCORPORATED SSA-IvI- MADE BY ON 1017 . IMoyci lESloowo. Stree-ts- 19th and ERirFJTS Sta'Md GREEN 12th ind MAPLE HIGHLAND PARK W. MARKET 313 CENTRAL AVEJHK 127 E. JEFFERSON 434 BAXTER AVENUE J. P. CUNNINGHAM 400 " CON-LEY'I S Home Phone City 1829 CAPE Cumb. Phone South 9185 Corner Shelby and Jacob, High Grade Clothing at Popular Prices HUBBARD & HUBBARD ed CONFIRMATION 216-21- 8 LAWYERS N SUITS n, INTER-SOUTHER- n. MEYER BERMAN W. Market Street, Bet. 2nd and 3rd. f 201-1202-1- PHIL EISENBEIS c A f;e h, Candy-etripe- d Thirty-ei- ghth RATH'S CAFE Prp. AUGTST F. RATH, one-pie- ce Home Phone City 2845 - r&l B. Jeiforisoxx. Street. if J&S. ."i 'N KxojmrcroKTsr xxtxmix K&NTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED KVKRY SATURDAY. w. ; . NMt4 to Serial m4 Mml MmmmmmiI MA tar ( Mlr B ' toliwi iMtftatoNU KENTUCKY IRISH AMKHtCAN WWITWQ CO,, cinreN prick, nb Batof4 AMrtMaM C.mWw to Ha KWCWCCY MKM MMKKAH, '""fyf ' dollar pbr ybar sinoub copy r nXUr. JIMI Wm 8rtM SI. Pl 0SIIVILL1, KT..., GKEETIXG. ...SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917 . The Kentucky Irish American extends to. Its readers, advertisers and Xrlendu St.- Patrick's day greetings, and takes this occasion to return thanks for their loyal and generous support. This week's issue, two sections of eight pages each, contains much interesting reading matter and an excellent directory of Louisville's prominent men and leading business houses. They are all deserving, and wo therefore ask for them the cordial support and patronage of our subscribers. - lantlc and seeks to further 'Its lustful course here. Wo say therefore that wo arc Americans of" tho bone and sinew, in bfood and tlbre, to the heart's Jcore. Our country is America nothing and nowhere else, All our devotion is typified by that Old Glory tho Stars and Stripes. Tho President of these United States ds our Chief Magistrate. Ho with Congress' is tho keystone of our power. Behind him wo stand tas ono man. Ho who 13 not with him is against him. Tho Catholic is tho superb cltzen, bar none. In him no treason can exist;- by him no treason can bo tolerated. We therefore pray God blesB and fiulda our President. God bless - the grocer's books. If a deot muai bo paid sometime, why should it not bo paid at once, especially if it bo a little matter like tho price of tea, coffee or butter? It is an almost universal custom to charge less pn cash payments than on credit.,1 Farmers have been repeat-odl- y blanketing warned against their farms with mortgages. This custom has long been tho maelstrom Unless of American agriculturists. the- charges are very reasonable and are tho risks slight, mortgages o double-edge- d tools that good ought to avoid. There is a certain sturdy independence in that honesty that tries to pay as it goes, that shrinks from selling its future o labors in debt and tries have a on hand to provide for exigencies which may arise. This is the best policy n. the end, and secures those who practice it an honest sense on owning their own souls. peo-plbal-anc- COMING EVENTS. March 17 St. Patrick's day lotto by children of St William's school, afternoon only. under March 18 Entertainment auspices of Division 3, A. 0. H., in St. Patrick's school hall. March 3,8 Entertainment under auspices of Division 4, A. O. H., In Bertrand Hall. v March 23 "Patricia," by pupils of Holy Rosary Academy in Bertrand' Hall, afternoon and evening. April 9 Euchro and lotto for St Cecilia's school, afternoon and even ing. ' GOV, A. O. STANLEY y ' ; Ill&giHs n. - v&BgSbS I'SKBSm 'mSBSKmi v ;'v' " v. -- April Feast of Nations by Trinity Council In .club house. ,H 1 April 14 Annual bridge party of Junior Circle of tho Queen's CaMX&KSMJfXXiXKgXXXgCKtCKKa mam $ls&iWJMM3m ' - Z'rT Vj SOCIETY. M0C8Stttte&833ttStt$m& (Mrs. D. J. Glecson was host to a merry sewing party last week. .aIj:' KX.iT.' f J-- M:: f - 8YSTKM IS WKOXG. 'V . HOLWST TIMUUTE. America! IIOPKS KOK I'KACK. When people are hungry they are quite liable to do desperate things, which, in a measure, accounts for tho recent riotous method adopted by. a number of New York women. plants In the big city afo filled almost to bursting with all kinds of necessaries, while men, women and children have not tho wherewith to secure enough food to satisfy their hunger. There is (Something radically wrong with our system when such a condition Ms ) permitted to exist. cold-storago Miss Emma Coyic has been O. Mrs., J. Shaffer at Bedford, Ind. Georgo BKf W'T-vs- T?r$MHMi1MHBJH3iisM ., v1 . . V her sewing noon. Miss Hoertz entertained club Tuesday after--i e, ', I' . i Kate Carroll of Jefferson-villhas returned. from a visit to Lexington. AiK '5 - ' dmaEm.m$mmml&Mw X uV. j5 s - Miss Mario McOee lias returned from a visit to "Miss Cecilia Mat-ti- n gly at Bardstown. Miss "' The observance of St. Patrick's day this year, has taken many forms as ' in times past, but never has the recognition duo the great saint of Ireland been more Impressively paid than will bo this year witnessed from one end of the country to the other by mem-be- n of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians receiving holy communion on his feast day. What an Inspitv tag lesson in tho practical Catholicity of Ulo Ancient Order and how splendid must bo tho moral effect of on army of about 250,000 men and women approaching tho altar!- Tho custom or tnus observing the day is one that has every devout and patriotic claim to perpetuation, as the highest and holiest tribute of pious fervor that could possibly bo paid to the memory of Ireland's Apostle. pa-tron- al 4 . HOLY WKKK ,XKAH. In a few weeks the last days of Lent will come and Holy Week and Good Friday will bo here. As noted by tie Indiana Catholic, In our part of tho United States there is not tiat revereaco for Good Friday that is manifested in other cities. Outside tho confines or our. Catholic churches things go on Just about tho 6aine, and there is no public manifestation of sorrow or respect for the anniversary of tho Redeemer's death on the cross. Men traffic, the mills grind, the markets ceases not, continue, commerce courts ait, government halts not, pulpits aro empty and churches are deserted on this great day dn this boasted Christian nation. Nowhere Is there evidence of fitting and reverent observance of tho day. And yet how much that day means to tho Christian world! Tho world, in fact, aa well aa in observance, has largely forgotten Good Friday, and as tho forgetfulness expanded materialism, hedonism and agnosticism grew proportlountel" A pressing need therefore! In the life of the people and the life of the nation today Is a mora tittlng und a more reverent observance of Good Friday. With It will return a truly Christian observance of the great festival of Easter. BLESSING OX AMKHIOA. avoided honorably, it Is our.Bacred Heart church last Sunday, prayer that wo all Mo down to when ho urged his hearers to sleep, not waked bv war's tinually pray for peace and that alarms, but rathor to tho call of our country may not be drawn into tillers ot tho soil and to tho plough war. share's steel cutting through tho When President Wilson's words roots of many a year's growth of grasses. To see men put aside hcl and actions favor England the Even- met and cartridge belt to tako up iaS Post becomes jubilant and tho Interrupted industries would bo friendly, but when his words and a glad and happy realization that actions approve woman suffrage tho (Post becomes morose and ugly. Tho peace was ours. Post falla out with itself over the upon tho President's jurisdiction WILL HKAK KItOM Til KM. least provocation. Skeptical citizens In Xew York "Tho person who proves to be a oro now wondering "how far pracsooner or later tical politics was Intermingled with double dealer patriotic sentiment when Democrat-- , reaches tho end 6f his string and As ic and Republican Senators were do- - shunned by all twho were his former nounced for blocking tho passage companions," Does the Union and of the bill authorizing the Presl- - Times mean the one whoso venom-deto arm merchantmen engaged ous letera from this city have n tho foreign trade. There lis no Posed him? doubt, it 'is reported, that Senators Tha hQntm season ls rapIdJy B" un-- 1 who have been accused of patriotic action by the President lnE toward tho md' wnen the throw a clear light upon the ema 'inspirations of tho period will subject and Us various aspects when Sivoplaco to tho gladness of the tho measure in question comes up Ea8ter tlmofor passage and discussion at the Tho majl Wao calls & wto extra session. These men intend to (ffc,. wlth Mm morcenarles w, demonstrate at their leisure that bear tho crisis had not been created by their attitude, but had HOX. SID. DOUTIETTT. been a matter of gradual developTho Hon. Sid Douthitt, of Henry ment for which they claim the Commissioner President had made nofarighted county, is ttVa Hh preparation as bis firm and persist- - of Henry county. whom ha has ent opposition to preparedness would show They also wonder why tho (President went to the in his words of condemnation of members of a branch of tho Government when all tho tlmo the legislation whose Immediate passage he demanded was not essential to tho purpose he had in mihd and had so been held by blgh officials of- the Administration. bo . , nt Mildred Ycakcl has been In this country there is scant tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar We have entered umm an admin- - room, now or at any otner time, Yeakel In Brandenburg. y citizen who does not give istratlon that promises to be as for will return Mrs. Logan Rock stormy as that of Lincoln's and wo1"'8 undivided allegiance and loyalty of tho United States, April 1 from Florida, .whero she the "aB can only hope that the reins of gov-- o has been spending tho winter. ornment will be "held by steady and Such was the sentiment of the Deputy Sheriff Mark Ryan is out.1 hands. If war can mon of Rov. Father, Walsh at again after having his tonsils re moved because of throat trouble. oMsW' &SBKKBM$ffi&t$aBttmnF vMr Joseph F. McCarthy, of 1132 South Seventh street; is recovering rapidly from his recent operation. of New Miss Camilla Rapier, Haven, was a visitor hero last week, tho guest of Mrs. Samuel J. Dant Miss Beezle Hannan returned Saturday from a trip of several weeks to Atlantic City and New York. Mrs. Lee Meagher, who was here visltinc her mother. Mrs. M. Mc- Grath, has returned to her home in Frankfort. Miss Mary Decoursey came in from Highland Park last week for a visit with her cousin, Miss Mar guerite Ryan. Miss May Adams Lincoln has returned from Naples on tho Gulf, where she was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Haldeman. Edward J. Rosier, of the Tyler Hotel, with 'his wife and two children, are homo from a threo week's visit in Birmingham, Ala. m ex-i- : Bo1-w- ill Kentucky's Chief Executive, Who Is Making a Record in the Governor's Chair and Whose Administration Will Prove Beneficial to the State's Progress. - a pleasant week visiting Louisville relatives, Peter Casper and Avlfo have returned to their home at Cannelton, Ind. After-spending V01VB ITOBt so-call-ed Miss Martha Doherty, who has been visiting friends at Jacksonville, Fla., spent several days last g at St. Augustine. week sight-seein- TYLER HOTE clbsolutely Fireproof d'rt. Mrs. James Cahlll of this city, was bonor guest when) Mrs. Benjamin Buaby entertained her luncheon club at her homo in New jbx-tre- Edward Nuttall, of Boston, was a visit this past week as the guest of Mr. and, Mrs. W. J. Connelly, of 427 North Twentieth street. horo on H S. McNUTT FOR ROOMS WITH BATH $1.50 Home of the Commercial Man Ifecommend this Hotel to your Friends Where Third and Jefferson Meet. ml i - ham were among the Louisville ar rivals registered last week in New York City. , N. A. Gathof and Miss Juia Flynn, D. L. McCarthy, E. A. Cunning- COUNTY COMMISSIONER Subject to the action' of tho Demo cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, 1917. WORTH TRIAL. Tho Loyola Club of Sacred Heart parish, Denver, Col., has evolved a plan for tho dissemination of knowledge about Catholicity among that la worthy of emulation all over tho country. Tho club has about fifty young men, drawn almost entirely from tho working classes; and many of them laboring side by side with men who hold Catholicity in anything but esteem. Each young man is to bo given literature, written by a. nonCatholIc, In defense of tho church, and is to be asked to present it to bis fellow worklngman- wJio has tho poorest opinion of the church. Tho Cath- ollc, 'first of all, will familiarize' himself wdth what the" literature .... . .. .? contains, so mat no can aiscuse it intelligently. From this literature,, written by it is proposed to work up, until Catholic literature can bo placed in tho hands of the Jlov. Charles McDonnell, 9. J., ono of tho pastors of Sacred Heart church, ls the originator of the Loyola plan. - aro diversified; so aro our citizens that is, as to tho racial blood that flows among us. Max O'Rell once said that ho could not understand why any American should bo proud of his lineage, tslnce tho average American did not know his grandfather. Mark Twain said in reply that, even admitting all the honorable Max said to bo true, tho averago American was away ahead of the average French? man, who 'did not- know his own by way father. All such, of a littlo joke, says tho Catholic Union omtTimes; but we beg to refer to tho, fact that racial ties are wwiious, and being Various, naturally carry with thorn a certain affinity or lore of old association. Wo are bound to find, such ties. Indeed 'twould bo strango were it otherwise. Having said so much, we proceed to tho paint on which there must bo unity. That is, tho ''duty and devotion wo owe to our common, if not our mother country Our readers non-Catholi- cs .. I in various capacities, aro not proudor of him than wo arc, the people of Jefferson county. Tho public and private life of this most distinguished person stands as an open book and his record as a man, a citizen and public official is with out a blemish. Kentucky Is proud or ata men or tho typo of Sfd Douthitt, and wo need. him at all tunes to represent us and wo know that our Interests will be well guarded. served HOX. s, J. r. BLACK. particularly careful as to any expression of opdnion, even. Indirectly, on tie war question. We lhave abstained ma far aa we could. We are neither one way nor the other. W( abhor war; we aro for peace. W stand for virtue in the home, and good Will among all men. Wo are not in any sense part or parcel of ti carnage which has scourged Burope; 'wasted bone and blood .sacrificed everything worthy of 'God ad nan for nothing .save passion and power. tat sow it is dlerat wfeea the actre kaaa loom aoreea the At- - America. In theed' columns wo have been protected for the rich and poor alike is sufficient in the mention of the name of Lieut. Gov. James P. Black. In the absence of our Governor on various occasions Lieut. Gov. Black has shown amazing ability, .handling tho reins OWE NO ONE. of our government in a way, that has mado us all feel proud of our Sensible people will agree with solection. the Catholic Citizen that if everyAMERICAN WONDERS, body paid WS debts almost every business in this country would be Tho greatest cataract in the world lucrative, and honest people would is the Falls of Niagara. not have to pay so much for what The greatest cave in the world Is they buy. If your grocer had no the Mammoth Cavo in Kentucky. Tho greatest 'river in the world is bad debts to look out for ho could Mississippi, 4,100 miles content himself with smallerprofits. theThe 'largest valley in thelong. world Most failures are due to worthless is tho Valley of tho Mississippi. The largest, lake in the world is credits which can never 'be realized Lake Superior, which is truly an upon. inland sea, being" 430 miles long Making allowance for the chances and 1,000 feet deep. of business and the misfortune of The longest railroad in th world, accidents and bereavements, there is the Pacific railroad, which Is over "3,000 'miles in length, ought to be very little g greatest "mass of In thte country. Our worklngmen in The world Is the great solid iron the Irea Mounshould awke it a point to keep olf tain in Missouri. .p non-Cathol- ic. How well tho State affairs are Avtid the Etster Rush. and Misses Sullivan, of Maruaret and Man' Urine us your old mllan or hemp hat In fact South Louisville, were recent visit from last summer will clean, any kind dye Ve ors at Prestonia and dinner guests of material.to look like new. D,on't and reshape It be This of Mrs. S. D. Thompson. misled by fake advertisements. ls the only place in the city that We Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Blanford, knows how to do ladles' hats. now rip and resew them into the new models Crescent Hill, had as visitors last sprlnc styles. Thirty-five- " Our to week Miss Prudence Blanford and on our counter we select from. work do tho best Messrs, T. S. Montgomery and customers know years In business In tho city. Forty Cletus Blanford, of Springfield, is our guarantee. We clean, dye and reshape your hat at tho small cost of $1.00 dye them a good black no shoe Miss Jean Schwanlnger, of polish work. been ontertaining has Miss Virginia Godfrey, of Indianapolis, and on Friday afternoon Falls City Straw Works gave a sowing party in her ihonor. 713 West Jefferson St. Joseph P. Hines, Congressman Sherley's Secretary, is home for a DOXT SXUB. short stay and says be is glad of the opportunity to march in the Dont snub a boy because of his St. Patrick's day parade tomorrow physical disability. was Milton morning. blind. Don't snub a boy because he The a humble trade. The many friends of Mrs. John chooses V. Gray, 3707 West Chestnut author of "Pilgrim's Progress" was street, will be glad to learn that a tinker. she is now convalescent and will Don't snub a boy because his recover from an illness that has homo is plain and unpretending. confined her to her home for some Abraham Lincoln's early home was time past. a 'log cabin. Don'c snub a boy Because or me Shakca-pear- o Mrs. Charles P. Tigho, of In- ignorance of his parents. was the son of a man who dianapolis, who has been visiting her motier, Mrs. Georgo Moser, in was unable to write his own name. Don't snub a boy because mo New Albany, was hostess to the Embroidery Club on Friday after- wears shabby clothes. When Edi noon. There were present Misses son, tho inventor, first entered Bos Mary Gohmann, Lula Mao Kraft, ton he wore a pair of yellow linen Bessio Gohmann, Mrs. , John Dwari, breeches, although it was in tne Mrs. Edward F. Tlgho and Mrs. depth of winter. Dr. Oglesby and Misses Durrett Simono Thompson, of Prcstonia, have returned from a visit to St. Catherine of Sienna Academy, near Springfield. LADIES A. J. J. Connolly k !,frfr'lfrfrHMM?e'tMtMIMM6li AlomoXtxtely Yovt IHonoy cixxd oorxa.iri.fr iixtoxroMt Will Bo i d.opotltea SScvtfc? SAVINGS AOOStfTXKOT !. WITH 9- - INCOLH ; SHANK I asd Market ! "The Bank of the People." In Its Own Building, Corner Fourth S1-0- 0 STARTS AND AN ACCOUNT. lIMatlltfrl0MMIMt Cost Xtcsei Tlacin-Mcuat CALL AND GET ONE OF OUR DIME BANKS. 61 MHMMHI . George Moser, Jr. GET GOOD PAY. CHURCJI GOODS HOUSE. Jellies, Preserved Fruits, Apple Butter, and Mince Meats IF NOT AT YOUR GROCER'S CALL West 63 1 GOODWIN'S ri3jrioious PURE AKD or City 63 Gooo TXxlxxfs 4 X '.: 41 debt-owin- -- Another new enterprise is the church goods houso just opened on West Jefferson street, adjoining tho lnterurban station. .The managers and owners, Messrs. B. J, Pike and Edward F. Hickey, are long experienced la this line of goods and are prepared to fill all orders entrusted to them. -- Curley. Three dollars a day for the city That's the laborers In Boston. Mayor by minimum established KILVF.lt KEEPS IIRIGHT, A lump of camphor placed In the i Goodwin Preserving Co. X.OUI8VILLS, KY. 43 INCORPORATED silver chest will keep the silver "&404$44&4c from tarnishing. a K.. - ,j "",l"" ' , " p a t r H BBT Hs Bafik V ' .aaaaaaaaasaaV ' l ...... , KENTUCKY HUSK! AMEmCAN. COMMON 'f.3"1 .Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaate BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW 899999997 B999 SENSE ABOUT THE GAS SITUATION. MBlsu , Hrf- : HW - f ' c Hfei aaaaanaAaaaaaaaaaKV'aBaaaaai aaaHaaaaaaaaaaV "waaaaaaaaW ska) aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV mHBPr Li t . wp IR& Hoi SH1K Win . ! ' aaaaaav B99999RA .$ .MHIl" Jaaaaaa999jaav- V B ,&1 IT'Ij jw . LaaaaaaBaHLaaaP' a9999BB99aaaaaaa9V f aaaaaaaaBAlBltflfc 'i . vl X i&mA- - 9aaaaaaafi.-,-- ' Lsisaaaaa. m - SBaaHaBaBaaaaBaa9aaaBBaBEft&t ",' V. tyf'y xwia i '" i" ' iHHMTV a HHBFk UKBbv'' m aaaaaaaftjafliifcBaaaaflBy r y .aaaaV J99m Baaaaa aaaaaaaaav EUSi fcaagsakaaaaaaaaW .Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak .Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamw V a99999999999999999999999Baaaaa9HBaBaaB9999aaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah' W999aaaal6 jflMWMWroBB..! SAM L. ROBERTSON. Tho above is a striking likeness of Senator Sam L. Robertson,, aa announced candidate for the Dem- oemtte nomination for Sheriff, and hia smiling countenanco in green. is sure to bo a treat to his many followers and supporters who aro springing up in every precinct in Since his an- Jefferson county. nouncement three weeks ago Sen- grass grow under lids feet in going out to & vora 2nd club meeting thus far ha tc-7 ceJved aubBtaatlal encouragement, tno reception in several instances amounting to a regular ovation. Po- lltlcal students and critics say that all indications point to the big Senator as our Democratic nominee 'for Sheriff. ator Robertson has let no FP The weather has become mild, the gas supply is all right, and will undoubtedly continue sufficient until next winter. The question naturally arises in the minds of the citizens of Louisville as to what they will do next winter. If the demand for gas continues to increase and the supply is not increased, then it is certain that instead of having three days, of bad gas during next winter we are more apt to have thirty days. ' If the Gas and Electric Company can secure an additional supply of natural gas they are bound under their charter to do so; and they should do so without delay. If they can not "secure it, then they should prepare to make artificial gas, as the charter of the company requires them to do, No one expects artificial gas to be sold as cheaply as natural gas, but artificial gas is better than none. Another fact which the working men of Louisville should inquire about ia the question of whether twenty cottages are to be deprived of gas to cook with in brder that, one mansion may have an unlimited supply for heating. Some means should be found by which the amount of gas used for heating should.be proportioned in such way that a few large houses shall not burn it all up and leave hundreds of cooking stoves without the means of cooking the frugal meals for working men and their families. It is true that many other cities were without gas during the past winter for much longer periods than was Louisville, but the citizens of Louisville do not want to' be without gas at all. The company which has undertaken to supply gas should put itself in a position to supply it, and if it can not find sufficient supply of natural gas, then it should arrange its business in such a way as to supply artificial gas in such quantity as to make up the deficiency. This city should also arrange so that if there is not sufficient gas for everybody, then what there is should be prorated so that everyone will get some, and not have the whole supply used up in heating a few large houses, thereby leaving thousands of working men without the means of cooking food for their families. , l c r W"HHaHVBaHl taaiajttaVaBflBaBaB ''JflalllB SajBjVHpH" W pSa sBHnVavaaaaaV 'fafaaaaaaaT jMaB.' ve&v. - iF. haaaaaaaaaPaaaBk !&saaaaaaaHr j1 c aaaaaYHP' BaMaiTT t "' r JMaaaaaaaaaaaaa. dBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAw y jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. .BaaaaaaaaaK TSiaaaaaaaaaaflOF -- sW. BaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaanSwp'ML aaaavaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVry f'K'x? ' BaaasBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaav9aW't aaaKSaaasaaaaaaaBT &MBa9aBffYa9aaaaaaaHB9aaaaaaH DwyiiaT'Balj'jMiaaaaaaaaaaTBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaTi ( '& " " jr cVtj J ' iHRRaaaaaaaaaaaanHSffiivr ' WM. H. McCULLOUGH. Among thoso who havo rendered valuablo servJco in tho trenches of tho Democratic party wo know of none moro worthy of mention than Atorney William H. McCulIough, ono of tho prominent members of tho local bar. His ancestors be- foro him were sterling Democrats, and beforo attaining his majority . ia th Democratic ranks in tho southern Part ot Jofforson county, where ho , S prominent In fraternal circles ana lia3 bcon rcady t0 espouse tho causes of labor and tho working classes. Ho is yet a young man, every (inch a gentleman, and wo predict for him a brilliant future. ho was on active worker I bacon a SONS: We dive and Redeem 5urety Coupons. i (Kt4fWfWTWtYTW?f4 MISSION OF ST. PATRICK. I Afy First Communion i; lt N a. R. f 7i y r Among the captives brought into "After T had come to Ireland I Ireland by the Irish monarch NIall tended cattle continually and prayed of the Nino Hostages from his ex- many times in tho day, and mora mo the pedition to Franco in 403 was a nnd moro increased within of Him; lovo of God and tho fear youth of sixteen named Succat. and my faith waxed strong, so that Ttfrn from his natho land and from in on day I would offer up a hunhis parents by the fleroo warriors dred prayers, and also in tho night of Erin, this boy, who was a Chris- time; and I would even remain In tian, bad little reason to love his tbo woods and on tho mountain, pagan captors; nor did any of those and beforo tho light rouse myself Many beautiful patterns in both Curtains and dream that In tho years to come the to prayer, In snow, in frost, iln rain, young lad, only one among tho and I took no hurt, nor had I any Floor Coverings will be seen in our present offer- - many whom they had captured, slothfulness becauso (aa 1 now seo) would be tho bringer to Erin of the Spirit was fervent within me." ings. They will brighten up your house or apart- - Z the faith of Christ. Little did they After six years of captivity Suc- guess that this capture of Succat 'cat was warned In a dream that, was God's mysterious way of pre- going to the sea coast, ho would raent at a surprisingly low cost. paring him for tho great work of there find a vessel which would Tapcstiy Brussels Hups; seam- New Process Floor Covering; a his life. For this youth Succat is deliver him from his captivity. The now known through all tho world vision was fulfilled and ho sailed fabric that will outwear any less rugs in all tbo new spring as St. Patrick; (tho Apobtlo of Ire- back to his native land. But the printed linoleum made; no ex patterns; size 9x12 feet and a six years of residence among tho land. tra charge for fitting and lay- regular 118.50 quality; special On his arrival In Ireland the Irish had made a profound impres-eio- x mg; price, per sq. yam . upon tho soul of the young $15.05 for Monday at captive youth was bold as a slave Again in a vision he saw to a chief named Mllcho, in tho man. 'JapcsU-Brussels Hugs; a good Marquisette; a mercerized qual district known as the County of the Irish peoplo inviting him back ity; plain or hemstitched; it quality seamless rug iu size Antrim, and tbero employed as a to dwell among them and teach shepherd, tending the flocks and them Christianity; and answering 8 ft. 3 ins. by 10 ft. 6 Ins.; Is 36 inches' wide nnd speherds of his earthly master, and what ho felt to bo and what uncially priced at, per yard . . 18c worth regularly $19.50; on keeping always safe In his heart doubtedly was tho Divine call, he Monday at sale $16.00 Marquisette, a mercerized qualth,o faith of hlri Master in heaven. resolved to be a priest and go to Ho remained in bondage until from tho .Irish as a missionary of Christ. ity with a double border: it Tapestry Brussels Bugs; these Though dissuaded by his parents is 3C inches wide and a regu- - J boyhood ho grew to manhood. ruga are also seamless, and Six years Succat spent as a slave and friends, ho gave himself to tho lar 3Cc material; price, per Z come In eizo 11 ft. 3 ins. by out upon the silent Irish hillsides, church and began to Btudy under yard 25c burned by the sun of summer and his relative, St. Martin of Tours. 12 ft.; the regular price is Marquisette; a fine quality chilled by tho winter's cold, but Ho next placed himself under, St. $25; special for Monday. $22.50 trimmed with lace edge; it always meditating on the goodness Germain of Auxerre, nndwith him is 36 inches wide and priced Axminster Bugs; attractive patand wisdom of the Ineffable God. In and in Italy ho spent several years, regularly at 45c; special,, per only profoundly hia Confession St. Patrick speaks becoming not terns in soft, rich colors; size yard .30c 8 ft. 3 4ns. by 10 ft. 6 ins.; of this period of trial and prepara- learned In theology but also proa regular J2G.50 quality which Bungalow Net; a splendid qualtion for tho great work which ho ficient in many languages. was destined to do' later on: In tho year 431 Pope Celestlne will bo sold on Monday ity in a 40ninch width; worth at . , $21.50 r up to 45c; on sale at, per yard 25c Axmlnstar Bugs; in the new en years ago she .became afflicted, BECEXT DEATHS. spring patterns; they are size Imported Bungalow Net: it is 50 S her eyesight being affected, and Inches wide and worth rom 9x1 8 feet and worth regularly James Fitzgerald, formerly a tan- over slnco sho has been an invalid, 90c to $1.35 per yard; special, $27.60; on Monday the price ner and residing at 1016 West Oak but always bearing up and supportprice, per yard will fao OBc $22.50 street, died Monday of tuberculosis ed by heribiding faith and religion. at tho Waverly Hills Sanitarium, Besides her mother three brothers, where ho bad gone in the hope of Edward, Albert and Lawrence Anrecovering. Surviving him are the driott, survlvo her. Tho funeral following children: John, Elmer, took place Monday morning from PRIMARY SATURDAY, AUG. 4, 1917 William, Tillie and Mrs. William St. Cecilia's church, whero sho had Kirby, tho latter of Bedwood, Cal. been a lifelong and devout His funeral took place Wednesday morning, the Interment being in St. A useful and Veil spent life Louis cemetery. canio to n close Saturday evening By tho death of James P. Brady, when tho soul of Mrs. Julia McCue, years old, was called Inaged sixty, of 645 South Twenty-thir- d seventy-sistreet, tho Sacred Heart to eternal rest. Tho. deceased was church loses another of its faithful the widow of Thomas McCue, and had long been a respected and members. For years ho had boon widely known resident of this city with tho Louisville Gas and Electric A devoted wlfo and loving mother. Company and was active until stricken with Bnight's disease. Ha a kindly neighbor and generous to was a native of this city and Is sur- the poor, her death will bo felt vived by his wifo and ono son. Tho aa o distinct losa. Surviving her aro funeral was hold Tuesday morning, two daughters, Mrs. Thomas Brocar, Bovi Patrick Walsh conducting the 672 Gralngor Court, with whom she made her home, and Mrs. G. L. solemn obsequies. King, and three sons, Aomas, Patrick and James McCue. The funer Michael Hickey, one of the .of tho Holy Namo 'congre- al was held Tuesday morning from Father gation and for many years a re- Holy Cross church, Bev. spected resident of South Louisville, Bray celebrating tho resuiem high died Sunday afternoon at his home, mass, which was largely "attended. 2014 South Second street. He was BACK ON DUTY. i 6tricken with a complication of diseases and had been 111 for several Jacob P. Hartstern, Jr., of tho months. Surviving him aro his ., wife, Mrs. Bridget Hickey, and two City Building Inspector's office, is daughters. Miss Mary Hickey and again on duty. Ho was ill with V-Mrs. Oscar Day, The funeral was tonsilitis for a week and was coni. held Wednesday morning, Bev. John fined to ,hls homo, 817 Mulberry fv ' O'Connor celebrating tho requiem street. Rugs and Draperies , I -- sent Bishop Palladiua on a mission to Ireland; .but paganism was still so strongly entrenched among the Irish that Palladlus, after a short sojourn, found himself forced to desist. Then Popo Celestlne, con' siderlng tho eminent piety of Succat and understanding tho remark able manner in which God had prepared him for tho work resolved to send him on tho Irish mission. Tho Popo therefore consecrated him Bishop, at the same timo renaming him Patrlcius or Father of tho People, shortened in time t6 Pat rick. In tho year 432, accompanied by a few chosen disciples, St. Patrick, years old, landed on then forty-fiv- e ,the coast of Wicklow, but being driven to his ship by tho pagan population, he sailed northward to a bay in what is now tho County of Down. The events which followed his landing are well known to all who have read tho history of tho old land. His presentation of the truths of the Christian religion seems to have been tho signal for an immediate response- on tho part of tho Irish, Kings, chieftains, druids, as well as tho common people, were converted to tho truo faith by tho eloquence and sincerity of this wonderful apdstle. There were no persecutions, no massacres of Christian converts in Ireland. The time had arrived, tho hour had struck for the conversion of the Irislv At St. 'Patrick's word they put away their paganism and opened their hearts to tho faith of Jesus Christ. - and Confirmation SHOES BOYS, MISSES AND CHILDREN We have a complete stock of these in White Canvas, White Buck and Pat- ent Leathers. &4&k yfo&M. 'tKtKHKBKSmminMmmmm 417-41- f t 0 FOURTH AVENUE. 444444444444tS44 ical coal on the market. ashes. SEEKING NEW MEMBERS.. Henderson, Hopkinsville and Paducah, with a party of T. P. A. inon, who will conduct a rally for new members. MACK Pni'TTAN. Col. Nicholas Boater left Wednesday for a week-en- d trip to Owens-bor- o, Try a load and be convinced that it ii the?most Holds fire over night. COAL Straight and Anthracite at Market Rate. -- v4 econom- . Burns to 'I 0. DORSE Y It was a wise selection made by Creek, Jellico, our State when wo selected Mack Phytlan, Warden of tho prison at Frankfort. It was a most fortunato thing for thoso ho aro placed in hia care, for tho treatment that they Prompt Service Yards all parts of the city will receive will lighten the burden they must bear for violating tho law, and if there Is any chanco for d redemption our genial and Mack Phytian will assist INCORPORATED. them and guide their footsteps so they leave hls.ward their Both Phones 932 607 Fourth Ave., near Chestnu,- that when steps will lead to that path of righteousness, Louisville, New Albany and Jeffersonville. wholo-heartc- Pittsburgh, Pocahontas ST. BERNARD MINING CO. (95Sj il ess. -- MIINTS ON STYLE. grow more and more conspicuous. White (high shoes are to be worn with all colored suits. Emerald green and gold are tho colors now most preferred. Silk net in orchid colors is again introduced for evening gowns. Broad brim hats will bo the proper thing lor the coming season. The favorite suit colors for this spring are navy, blego and light Ear-rings oldest-member- s G. 0. TUCK & CO INCORPORATED. - -- I CANDIDATE FOR LOUISVILLE, KY., U. S. A. County m&se. Commissioner .Subject to Action of Democratic Party ia i r.K FRANK A. OHLMANN M years, passed peacefully away Saturday morning at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Hillerich, 725 South Twenty-fourt- h street, following an illness that lasted over four months. Sho was thp widow of Joseph Bucket and had many friends by whom she was held m high Oftteem. Mrs. ' Bucket was a devout member of St. Charles' church, from where tflio funeral took place Tuesday morn ing, Father Eaffo paying a feeling tribute to her exemplary life and worth at tho funeral mass. Bor-rom-eo Mrs. Mary E. Bucket, aged tlxty-tw- o d:ecaxb;xc in Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables yH e make Smrtv,Mal of Our KeBMd Steak Conb. Mai. SW7a 900 FRANKLIN STREET Saturday morning God's moAjy released Miss Virginia Andriott, twenty-v- e years of age, from earthly Buffering, hiim Andriott was the daughter of tho late Feter and Mrs, Jennie Andriott,, 2621 St Xarter etreet, and was ose of the moat be loved girl la the weet Bud. BIv gray. White high shoes with soles, Bernard Holland, ono of tho most heels and toecaps of black are the brilliant British writers, known by latest, Tho now stocklngettea for women contributions'" to tho Outlook, Independent and North American Re- are nothing more nor less than half view, has become a Catholic. His hose or socks. Shadow lawn green is ono of tho father was chaplain to Queen Vicnewest colors for summer wash toria and King Edward VII. voiles nnd llnons. Midnight blue serge is lavishly NEWI'OBT. used by. the French designers In Nowport Council, Knights of their new gowns, suits and wraps. Columbus, has decided to add an CreDe do chine and a now weave auditorium to lis present homo on of Georgette crepe havb been Intro- Third street. The addition will duced into tho smartest fashions. cot $15,000. Georgette crepe is used for sport hats and also for the street, and 'HALF OF FUND. the milliners say it has lasting The sum of $75,000 was regis- qualities. . tered Saturday at the close of the The added inches to the length first half of aa eight days' cam- of the skirt which Dame Fashion paign for $150,000 to 'build a ntw has been redictinir is merely con palgn for $150,000 to build a new versation the added inches are not Sisters' Hospital at Lima, Ohio. hb yen YJHiiww 10 Lie uikcu eye. NOTABLE CONVEBT. Dealers and Exporters of all Grades Western and Virginia-CaroliLeaf Tobacco and Strips na OLD-FASHIONED-BRE- CHRIST'S W kKKt IN BOTTLES AND WOOD CHRIST BREWING CO. Incorporated. 819 Baxter Avenue. bn.2 (ifceo ftfj 0 ' ? ,0 f HENRY Store ARTISTIC Homo S. For 'Funeral and Wedding Flowets OAI! THE LIFTED HAT We deDlore the "Ac of Reason" that demands a human sign To affirm the faith that sees not, yet believes the word Divlnoj Wo denounce the world as-- Godless and bewail Christ's alighted lore, But I, think the angels chido us as they gaze from skies above, For a church has boon iriy neighbor, and my outlook day by day Has been teaching mo tho lesson that faith, has not died away; And tho proof that modern Christians keep tho" fervent souls of yore Are the men whose hats aro lifted as they pass tho church's door. PUCI-I- S Avenue, Building.' FLQRIST Arcadia 670S. Fourth LADIES' City 1707 Isler & Schulman Co. TAILORS OVER BOSTON SHOE STORE. JLMionc Cumb. Phono Mnin 2283-- n HOME PHONE CITY lRlill Prom, tho schoolboy with his satchel to tho old man with his cane. Prom tho rich man In "his carriage to tho tramp whom all disdain, From tho coal cart's smutty driver to tho youth lit fashion neat, From the postman on his circuit to tho officer on beat, From the child whoso heart is spotless to tho man whom sins defile. From tho mourner bowed with sorrow to tho jester with hla smile, From tho strong with life bpforohlm to tho weak whose span is o'er Ono and all lift hat in .homage as they pass tho church's door. Now And then a boy looks shamafaced and a blushing youth looks shy; Hero and thoro a man laga backward till his comrades have passed by; Or a timid Tiand is lowered ere It gains tho hat brim's height. For tho laughter of tho worldlng puts tho craven's faith to flight Yet tho.graco of Qod suffices nature's cowardice to shame, And tho "courage of conviction" Is but honor's better namcj For tho .human loves tho loyal and Its glory bides in storo For tho men whosa 'hats aro lifted as they pass tho church's door, j tho rich' mania faco Is softer and tho vagrant stands erect; the coal driver whistles and tho dudo gains the postman's step Is lighter, and the officer looks mild; tho man of sin smiles gently on the simple little child; tho sad and glad seem kindred, who were aliens bofore; And tho strong and weak aro brothers as thoy pass tho church's door. And And And And And self-respe- PONTIFF MAY PROTEST. The following hearing Paris date and unauthentlcated, was Sent the Associated Press on Wednesday: "The Pope has decided to pronounce an important allocutldnat tho Consistory to bo held at tho end of the month according to a news dispatch from Rome. The dispatch says that It is understood iHat tho Pope.'s pronouncement will deal entirely with tho war and that it is reported In Vatican circles that tho Pontiff will protest against Germany's unrestricted submarine campaign." SPACE , WE MUST HAVE 30:Days .' Reduction" Sale-Contihaed If You Are Anticipatin the Selection of a Marker It Will Prove Profitable to Visit Our Showrooms. THE NEW MULDOON 'liONUMEPit COMPANY; n V' INCORPORATED o2(3 EUIOTT-FISHE- souim FOR MACHINES a?3axir xi)b;e&x. FINEST GRADES OF RIBBONS AND CARBON" ROUS BILLING 'TYPEWRrftR PAPERS RIBBONS. CARMNS FOR AIL MACNWCft la SHKE THE MUL TIPLEX HAMMOND MAfY TYPEWRITERS IN ONE ; ? -r f vl jf, FOURTH AVENUE. 05. 202-20- automobiltc kupairing J. ELLIOTT Homo I'lione, City 859C . Geo. F. Breitenstein ENGINES, PUMPS, ELEVATORS AND GENERAL MACHINERY .REPAIRS PROMPTLY' ATTENDED TO. AFTER HOURS CALL 7.11-73.- 4 COMMERCIAL BLDG. S. E. Cor. Fourth and Main Stif, MACHINE RESIDENCE '$ COMPANY MADISON For tho schoolby's'oycs aro happy as ho passes on the run, Oh, I think reward lurks oven in tho rov'ront action done, . fa M jptr V" ' 933 L PHONE CITY 7361 r !jEm, RI INSIST VO-COLV ON ' IN BOTTLES The Sanitary Drink in Louisvillt . SHOP: EAST MAIN STREET. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. 1101-0- 3 0 surviving sign of worship, muto acknowledgement of Christ, Present on the mystic altar of tho Holy Eucharist, By the witness faith Is victor, and its least and humblest sons Aro tho noble human heroes Christian lives, immortal ones. Blessed aro tho hands uplifted, bo they palms of king od slavo; Blessed are .the manly foreheads bared and bowed In tribute bravo "Welcome to my Father's mansion "Christ shall say when life Is o'or To tho men Whoso hats are lifted as they pass tho church's door. Merchants Ice & Cold Storage 42S South Seventh Street. Co, EAST BROADWAY. OLDBARBEE GEN MAUOIN The Best Straight Whisky On Earth INCORPORATED LAID TO REST. 1 That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a 1 SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED when your "LAST DOLLAR" 1 COME a twice a yexr; There The Last Dollar MAY Ume .sassssssBav.. must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you re wasting might keep that' "hard time" from ever coming. Em MVslF' iWayfibr aital SsH laaaaB VsaaHI aaaaaH ' Tho funeral of lMss Margaret Molloy, who died Mon'day morning at Sts. Mary and Elizaboth Hospital, was hold Wednesday morn ing from St. Charles Borromeo church, Re-- . Father Raffo celebrat ing the requiem mass. Miss Molloy was sixty years old and a eousln of James Grady, 2805 West Main street, with whom sho had been making her home. ST. MICHAEL'S. JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. Solo Owtiara Registered Diat. No. 32 ; rt Main Office and Salesroom, ) 726-73- 0 West Main Street. . WE WANT YOUR WORK We're Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First-Clas- s Ky. Title Savings Bank, Xillfk TlC- I BsVft " iPjL.aala9 aV A and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. :ftsXs .sjLaflaaV iaaaaaaaaaw Saturdays Until 7 p. m. 1 :S32: 'S3SZ .aaC' .SPStiaHsf aaaataHB8aBaaHa 'aflaW. Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces agoing liberal discount. This offer is genuine, and It will pay our customers to write us at once while our stock is complete. out-of-to- For tho next three weeks we are to offer all of our laces at a ithe Standard 66 Years TomorrowMiight thoro will bo a congregational celebration of the feast of St. Patrick at St. Michael's church, when Rev. Geo. M.Connor, pastor or St. William's, church, will deliver tho nanecvrlc on Ireland's' apostle. Tho servlco will 'open with a grand march by tho children of tho parish and will close with solemn benediction. Features will bo tho music and singing by an aug mented choir and the blessing of all "present with the holy relic of St. Patrick. SHKLUYVILTjU. Rev Father Roffo preached tho third of tho series of Lenton sermons at tho Church of tho Annunciation and was heard by a largo . Style. PRINTING Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Dodgers, Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty. HOME PHONE 946. Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S FOURTH AVE. 111:1 and deeply interested congregation. His subject was "Tho Infallible Teaching Church." SIXTV-TIIHE- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 7 Levy's Leader Hats WHISKEY . J BollIedN I REV. JAMES P. CRONIN, V. G. Vice President Thomas R. Marshall, the first Vice President of the Will Be With Division 3, A. H., at Entertainment Tomor- United States to succeed himself since John C. Calhoun, nearly a attended by about 1,600 students. row Night at Hibernian Hall. e hundred years ago, was After the occupation of Belgium by sixty-thre- N'Ti Rnnei J in WlWellergSons niSTIIIFJO MISSION'S IX ILLINOIS. f:L OtttSv.'lle. Ky 'QUAKER MAID INCORPORATED The Rev. Fathor Alphonsus, C. P., of the SacrAd Heart Retreat, has been conducting a very successful mission this week at St. Bridget's church An Chicago. From there ho goes to Peoria, where he will conduct a mission at St. Patrick's, church. , two-iwoek- s' Clean Grocery Stores. "The Best For Less." are the right $2 Hats for Louisville" men and young men. New styles, new ors, soft and stiff shapes, the same good quality that made them famous. col. Orders for $1 or moro delivered to any part of the city. Mr IMa . " your tors as daoatloB that will prepare taem for Ufa. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. Broadway, toalrrlll, Xj. Hro Conducted by the Xaverlaa Brothers. Classical, Buslneaa Bclsatlflo and Courses. Preparatory Department. Lars . Swlmminr Pool, Well Uqulpped dmaa-lumTurns Modarata. J.kim, IMr IRELAND RECENTLY VISITED. Rev. D, J. O'Sulllvan, missionary apostle of Lower Egypt, will lec- w V - and his many years' experience in Lower Egypt tomorrow night in St. Charlse Hall, and Chestnut streets; Monday night in St. Cecilia's Hall, Twenty-lxtand St. Cecilia streets; Wednesday Third and Market d night in Holy Cross Hall, Thursday and Broadway; night In St. Augustine's Hall, 1308 MAJOR GEN. T. II. BARRY. West Broadway, and Friday night in St. Peter's Hall, Seventeenth and Commander of Central Depart"As Ner to You a the Nearest Phone Southgate streets. ment, U. S. army. to offerIs Oar Special $3.00 Spray ing the lecturepoorfree, but un Father for tho missions . CARDINAL MILL REVIEW. O'Sulllvan represents Oar Special $5.00 Wreath tho conclusion of the is expected at entertainment. Cardinal Farley and many, promThe largest values In Fuse The lectures are illustrated. inent city officials will review the ral Flowers ever offered la Louisville. St. Patrick's day parade in Now HOSPITAL FOR SOLDIERS. York City this morning. Tho of For prompt delivery call 223 Dr. J. W. Fowler, Superintendent ficial reviewing etahd will bo In both phones. City Hospital, and the Board front of the Notherland Hotel, Fifth of tho of Public Safety aro making care-- 1 avenue street. and Fifty-nint-h ful preparations for the care of the Thero will bo many features in conKentucky! nection with tho iparadc. sick soldiers of tho First Among Regiment when they arrive here1 those in line will bo 500 Boy MASUrttlB r Request Scouts from St. Agnes' church. The from Toxas next week. ncflfoifnGft was made by Majqr Ellis Duncan committee called on 'the commander feuriri towwe lailrvHr, that provision bo mado for tho of the h Regiment to ex"Flowers telegraphed everywhere." treatment of the sick at the Clty tend to that body an invitation to Hospital, and therefor the No. 4 act as a military guard of honor emergency ward has been assigned during the parade. to tho soldiers, and should it be necessary other sections of. the ABOUT HERE ON FIRE CASE. hospital will be used. IRELAND AND THE LIFE OF THE k Attorneys Noggle & Graham, a CLOSING GAMES. GREAT SP. PATRICK prominent law llnriof Greensburg. Trinity Council will celebrate St. Ky., were here this "past week rep15C EACH Patrick's day with the closing bas- resenting the piainlltfs in Judge OK-A.J- 5 'JWC. ketball game of the season, Trin- Lincoln's court in a trial growing aa6 W. Chestnut Street. ity's team meeting the strong J. C. out of the Seventh Avenue Hotel fire. C. H. Noggle, of the firm, la LOf-g- Bx K. team, while the Trinity KM will 'meet the Unity. Counoil quite well known here and wae alley, Grand, JOth-J240 t electret wade; water, ma, swr, street five of New Albany. Both games warmly; greeted by LoulevHle tricity avaJJftblei ear IlR awct " 'good contests. friends. ' should- be ; " Shawnee tltT. Twenty-seventh h Thirty-seconThe-admiss- ion LEVY'S ture on his recent visit to Ireland $&& h Sixty-nint- SOMETHING NEW J. -- xr, 'gALg-PAftgL- AHb it-fo- ol Nep-tun- w -- ' - years old Wednesday. He spent the the Germans many of the professors day quietly and received congratu- came to tho United States and now ST. PATRICK'S DAY LOTTO. latory messages from friends all are' attached to universities here. over the country. The children of St. William's BLESSING THE SILUIUOCK. school will entertain with a St. PatKOUCIC WHITE GUHT1'. rick's day lotto this afternoon in blessing and his holy smile i 9aWSaRav the school hall, Thirteenth and Oak pastor of the God's Bouck of Erin's Isle, will be Ohurch ofWhite, Social Revolution; On the emblem-lea- f streets. Refreshments the Our green Immortal shamrock. served and Jin admission fee of ten and two members of the cohgrega-tlo- n From Irish hills, though far away. cents charged. guilty Wednesday Through thfcj bright Western land were found at Now York by a jury of having we stray, DKESSMAKLVG VENTURE. desecrated the A,mertcan flag, which From every leaf there come3 a ray they burned in a "melting pot" in Of tho golden light of the olden Miss Margaret Cpndron, formerly yard of the church. Eight day. with the dressmaking department the back other defendants, charged with tho While gazing on the shamrock of tho Stewart Dry Goods Company, same offense, were acquitted. The has opened a dressmaking establish- jury clemency for Saint Patrick found upon the sod ment in the Boston building, whore White recommended his parishioners. In his she will bo pleased to receive her charge and the jury, the Judge said: This emblem of our triple Ged, to And taught us by tho shamrock Fifth friends and patrons. "If a (body or men In Great The mystery of our creed divine. y Britain, France, Germany, How ono id three distinct may SUCCUMBS AT HOSPITAL. or Russia should burn the ' HENRY A. BELL, rv-- one, . as leaves, com- i . emblem of either of those .. national Emmet P. Slattery, well known countries they would be charged iei uiree m bine, Repreattorney and at one time with high treason and stood up And their joint blessings inter-twl- n h the from sentative wall and shot. You , Legislative district, died of a com- against a remove my judgment can no moro as 'TIs a losson from . tho shamrock. plication of diseases Wednesday far as the law of this is concerned afternoon at tho Deaconness HosGilbraltar. The tho rock pital, where he toad been under than are for theofjury I hold that And the three virtues which are faqts dear treatment for some time. He was, the evidence produced by the State - ywk born December 5, 187G, the son of tended to connect all the defendants To Irish hearts are emblemed here shamWithin our 3bVVbI ' "Sffl attttttV John J. and Mary E. Slattery, both with the commission of tho crime." rock. of whom now aro dead. Mr. SlatFidelity that knqws no end tery studied law at tho University MILLIONS PLEDGED. To country, sweetheart, faith, or of Louisville, graduating in 1899. friend; Following this he took a postThe University of Louvain, dam- Courage, that no reverse can bend; graduate course at the University and bombardment And hospitality all blend of Virginia, and returning to Louta-vill- aged iby fire Their types within tho shamrock. he practiced law in tho office when the cjty was taken b the Ho Germans, in tho early days otthe of former Gov. A. E. Willson. was for many years active In Demo- war, is to be restored through the So may Heaven's olosslngs choice and chief cratic circles and in 190C repre- efforts of American educational inh Legislative stitutions, It was learned Saturday Bedew each petal of thy leaf, sented the Our .own Immortal shamrock; district at Frankfort, whore ho in- In New York upon the arrival from troduced tho bill authorizing the France and England on the steam- And mayest thou In this Western clime, creation or the Louisvlllo Sower ship Adriatic of Clifford N. Carver, Popular City Bond Kocorder. to Ambassador As long ago, in Ireland's prime, Mr. Slattery was a former Secretary Commission. Colum-bU- s Page at London, and later Secretary Be emblem of a faith sublime member of tho Knights of and tho Young Men's Institute, to Col. E. M. House on his last trip In" God and country through all time. yo is survived by ono brother, Will-la- to Europe. Mr. Carver said that Our green and glorious shamB. Slattery, and one sister, plans for this work, whioh will en rock. Mrs. Hamilton C. Service, both of tail an expenditure of approximately Funeral Directors Louisville. The funeral took place 55,000,000, have been under pre yesterday morning from St. Mary paration for some time. It waa to And may our proud and ancient xace, Embalmers. Magdalen's church, of wll$i he was consult with Belgium officials, and to obtain from them detailed plans Uprooted from Hie dwollng place a devout member. fahere grow thia votive shaniand drawings of the ouilding, to gether with a report as to the rockt VISITS ins CHURCH. Telephone 102. actual danjage, that he wept to Still keep this night wher'er thfcy fly. Tntin TV TCnllnhpr. nastor of Europe two months ago. t?v has been The commlteo that will have tho Sacred to memories dear and high. cf f,liimtin'c pluirch. land where all our kindred ill and undergoing treatment at work in chargo will (be composed, Of the lie St. JosopTvs inrirmary lor several it is asserted, of heads of some of months, was ablo to visit his church the leading universities and colloges In the green graves mado beauteous by last Sunday. The people of St. of the United States, and also will Thick verdure of tho shamrock. Columba's were rejoiced to meet Include several prominent American jim fltiii loarn ithat his entire recov financiers. Part of the plan of res ery seems now almost certain. Tiie toration will ,be to replace, so far God bless the old dear spot of , NORTON BUILDING earth as (possible, the library tnat was affairs of "the parish are Deing burned when tho city was bom- dod bless the green land of our N. W. Carrier Fourth and JtUers by the Rev. Maloney. ' birth, barded. Mr. Carver said present von SALE MY HOMK 2422 St, Whero grew this bunch of shamplans were for tho work of restoraWILL LUCE TiniM. Xavior. Lot 36x200 to allnv rock; tion to bo begun as soon as pcaco improvements maae. generous stone foundation, C rooms, tram; And blessings on this Soak and pick enough codfish to was declared. h)U, cldietf), complete bath: kitchen with land. The restored uqlverslty will be malm ivm fllTH. And add tWO CKKS Belgium from America's Which welcomes" with a lavish handv nui unu com wilier, ainn, urain; WK ""ft to each cup of fish, beaten well to the gift to ' tfuj for light and cooking', elad The Uni Each year tho sad and stricken ttvaiiouie: renar. cistern, hydi-gether, and then drop wem ij?om educational Institutions. band1 grapes, fruit, garden, lawn, ehtek a spoon in thot lard or fried pork versity of Louvain 'was founded in yam ana nouse. aii in condition, drippings, and fry to a nice brown 1626 iby Pop Martin v. ,and Duke Of exiles from the 'silver strand nalrrtlntr. Mar - (fee saintly sham- cent outside In trad;.. Maka sitaa Where grows the on, botti etdea. If yQUare fond of John of Burgundy. 'Prior toEr, smaller house ' Miles O'Reilly. C. N. JACtJUES, 2267 ShawnJi. rock. War it bad five faculties and' was y'eu wIM like ie4e, fleh j GERMAN BANK i- a i 4. hr-V- .- OlTdai W and Market Sts. 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" jiniv w.nu,.011w v 0,- - oLennon - piv n'u..it lu.r ..-. u WP..r?.n.r o J f De Morn ra5olaroru rfi 'tf S Lords t tf" . -yuarc Jl l&lii n,unna& OLonnereanNS""D7U M,Riarr....vfi-",rt- ; , '- " 5.,..-t . :?f2,., vy . .,, o.. 5nerfy,awocwow 'Sktrr --.n o.,-3?- . Birmineham.P. nV...' SOTlhelly 0CoiC3nr 3)V '- u wuirgoncy'J n I n.r,. . -- 1?r?nv- - monL of M GormJc."" 0XorriganX ' Sne.K E"?waM Me: Ra Melaghlm Kmg PrestorTVl) e S ...-- y-.- .... . """""., .v I -,- Svrvi !.. gs ?'G.S jrjffl l West Connaught v ni uijiiiTl-Rii- l m CU I rv B. ' S, '"' ,GALWAYJfcS5b any j" w"v tii .J kTuruav 'on.fi Bf. 'Jf.w'ne v oafy ii. irn' - '"a . oWrtyc ClpLut JoS""L 7ai, rl WlmMllWuW8Sm&&Xl r of KKTnAr, 0 Regan Pofi .s,tis: - ?M6h7,f. oictlll v." t. ."3 ,,IVi01 27 tK - UP I Midi if i 4W ,iY(,.7,neVro' iCJO6 v- r turvA., :T";v.ocru,.su Frtigerald GuolUmeh-SSA IHwilliaiuwA ))) ige L.cJ.fwuMU '"'"" I'Toole L.of)U )J) Arran Isles, 3 St. Enda6 rrill Monaster v y k; )j (Drman Loglio L.of AW I.. 0 X. UVMMki 1 U tv. .vri-- r t i. u Lunenan. " 5d ,,. tifi ,rct rd 'TiMtXiO'Ouion. n Hrici " v;y tNcmavH "i OTfipi rr J. 'vvxa.:iisr'ffr .M9,tN "3Lrh. &jy v uwloh." B7SVDi,... ;; l r,-- -.,: VT AS y.oprCGPy -. . y..... '- F? . aCSWJT Tin?'yHJ - ; o. 'JL-JU- .loauiT J w "- r. w x. -a DeV6sv -" o'GUW l y.. V,.,.... ' m i -- i- . "V yd r?.. . j nrz.cu5Tacc . t J;l vneevcf: Fercualan Walsh , L'FiHvi 'l A S vr , " Wicklow Landing place QHUIU9 W; of L53' O'BvVneL.ofifi Fuilongf ' Ranclah i 0 RedmondjSyy l 'e, ",. - WCoTRorSCralir,,nt,rr16F o'Quinlan )rfW 'VIstV f a nuT7 , ff Tafe d6.K;c"cKsL:5.i.L-v;?; o., ov"n3 : Vlfo7...1 V r J rtoIT' KBfrWwAayfC'Jilfier. tfBO0r;.Vy-",,7- .n.,.,,.ui 1227 0 Roche Brt i - y&ufeo, -- S ofM ICSfoke??fWurJL,W r "SLodi-- .' o. "r"""& 0 .' w.nwi" rfbt 7 -- A .. Montmorencyi vTir'Mr ,) Brchon IDA . seP O.w nits'j fc 'ftcijSWcB0t V Hy Conal R( Syn.,bor 0vgB I 3? s3v v .S W OWeW.ftan S ,;"? O-- n Rafftn A ' ' T7 D6S ' T ( . ??Pt5) 6' Anft 0f e Milesians f T. i.- j.i'Y, Uv u raive MrffirALEE VTVrMoH1 -- TlV ' 0RE - - 1 .. OT.annae,n XiVeri WW aC ' Keating pfesQttoCaSE-'- M.DbnoUJw Barry of OMullane. vOg,- $ 0 OTelan f r! Weif" O & Sir o5"!?3 If-.- xiJlggJ Sherlock tJx lk&WZS 62 1 tf Sullivan More o - O'Mahonv ivunn u.ki) uorovT. . .UD" Xj.jf "WNKtR CICCM s o .' j .o AyF "?fl, o:ct wMmm 0 fflTAS "A. A. " t sfc?,V." f.- T OJ J.- .c . -? . ..- iviMoaru . . o'Morean -' H'P y .; oW fS' t; 'W"1. ii WRfClanca.RtA." 4. Sullivan 'Hur,ey ". KTjonp. i..ni c yi . mv IW. .S(ge of. ou1 J .j. WHv4.Cn u ni b "". ia:?3ssa .ut j' r VVpf 7 ndn f ""7 ." a .w.. 0 Brw 2y Lu..j 11R1 vv DeCn n.cfnnnW .v -u 5eCa .kO IS - GouW O'Hea C. of WAl tic.. 'Hin&nn "-t .,... Coppinger a' .Sirr Kinsale J JY.B ' if Q P'Hatahan. wU yf.---' E -i-- i sVv' J.ftO' trK.. vr- h..bila Tu Wi LKtfrTft jnrr oMlAfrJJi 'i''f S3? j 4id,V- '&- - V&-ft'9ac.-"- i -v i ? ii' 0i :- iifcyi;i ."V W - '' "f .7i' ,i . " tiMi 1tTBiwcaoi, V S- - !v., r.. . Ai SlTt'.tr:-' ' - . . V.. ' )l J" '' '"'' . , rtjjt i"'i '1 i' ,. i ,iii B! KBNTUOKY amjskxoJiuv. fi 'OHAW433 C, JTOSTKR., is Dry Goods Co Stewart .In It is an unheard of occurrence in the hletory of any municipality that a Jail or penal Institution proves an advertisement to its lo MMMt$3s&M yryyyiftftt sWrtVrltCVt.i.Sk. .AJM..kAlJ.AIn.AA.AA.A a- - A&. . . . X Z. I Z Z Z Z ZZZZZZZZZZZff . ryvt yf y yf'lrf??w T11 W WW m THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE ConnectionWih James McCreery & Co. New York. Kmittmntmus JNCOItPORATED fflo I 4, ' , WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. ? 'Hl Men Are Profiting Greatly By This Clothing Sale - A SPECIAL PRESENTATION OF nd Misses' , Smart Women's Spring Suits $25.00 0 U. ' i. Consider the small 'expenditure you make now as an investment, men; stop to think what huge profit you make by taking full advantage of this sale, of clothing! Even if you but lay aside these fall and winter" suits and overcoats, you lave getting a great return on your money, because they'll come in mighty handy when the cold weather rolls around again, and you will be more than pleased when you think how littlo you paid. v ' ,.''' cation, but this unique fact stand? out in connoctton with the Jefferson County Jail under the regime ot Jailor Charlea C. Foster. The many and beneficial reforms introduced under hia management have attracted nation wide attention to Louisville's jail, and those reforms havo proved a boon to the unfortunates under his care, His educational classes have progressed so that Jailer Foster extended a chal lenge to the members of the Op timists' Club this past week for an, old fashioned spelling bee contest with1 his charges, tho challenge having been accepted and thou- - Lot -- Values to $15 at $7.75 1 Lot f 2-V- alues to $25 at $12,50 , GEHER & SON, ,1 t tR M nomination will Serving his second term as Su- - bring many independent votes to perlntendent of the City Work- - the ticket because of his efficient house, William I. Jacobs has added management of tho jail. to tne spienaiu recora 'hju muuu dtirlnjr tho last four years, and TnitEK WINNING TEAMS. grand jury after grand jury pays striking tribute to nis euiciency asj Having one of the 'best basket-hea- d of that Institution, making n 41oors ia ,tho clty at .their dis. noto ofytho many reforms ho has &0 St. Xavier College teams TO BUY . and the good care and that represcnted tho Green and Introduced STILL THE BEST PLACE treatment he metes out to the un-ln iho not game during the Super- TAKES CBimC CnAIR. fortunates confined there. season certainly took same 1916.17 of u Rugs, Jacobs si still the wcre among iYl0 ..antag0 Rev. popular "Billy" Jacobs to his old foreraost ln pronioting this great O'Kellehcr, of Andrew they all , d Ballyvourney, County Ireland, paatlme. trad-in- g friends and associates and u is doubtful if i is now in charge of Cork, chair of Good Furniture at moderate prices without tho laxe a un pnou m ubiimnuj th floor ia the dt h d 1 Irish language and ' ments. As a Democrat literature in the many games sea- on It stamps. tried brand and per- - son, as the, played gym this the University of Illinois. The chair X. St scheduled' was Democracy io contests, was established by tho Irish FelyoT oe-lowship the ?ocni Club bf Chicago. The G-REEJNT- E Bcs,des thee lthere were hsoeclallv stoniT wlthhe ef-- fteht games played during the h,rty young priest, who was a lecturer class e borlng his past a total of at Liverpool University on Celtic sue forte in behalf of union labor in seventy-eig- season, making performances subjects,' recently arrived in Chi415-41- 7 EAST MARKET STREET. net Mii oiiv cago, and has made a strong imFather O'Kelle- Ing tho numerous practice engage- pression already. TKINITY ACCEITS. ments. Three teams composed of her was born in 1883, educated' at Maynooth College and is a B. C. L. st- - Hv,e.r, s ? ot Maynooth and B. A. of tho Na Hundreds Of members ofTrinUy JJC Jtudo?tB Council. Y. M. I., were entertained ft. Xavler's College High, the. St. tional University of Ireland, He Seconds and the St. was ordained Monday night by the excellent' ad- a priest in 1908. stories of Kay- - Xavicrs M dgots were in the field, Father O'Kelleher has contributed dress and humorous mond Barrett. Next Monday Cash- - and they did valiant work for the extensively to French and German DAILY Ion Head will read an essay on S ory of the Green and Gold. They magazines on Celtic subjects. RECEIVED FROM THE MINES Smes on their Columbus, which essay won medal played twenty-si- x floor, and all but before Knights of Columbus last home they took in measure two of JUDGE AV. NIC VAUGHAN, JIt. of their the year. President Hennessy appointed these A good many years ago there arof a committee to complete arrange- - opponents, making a total twenty-sPER TON in victories rived In our city a young man from i for parUclpatlon in the St. the Patrick's day celebration and par- - sames. To the Midgets goes the the farm Toady to battle years city folfor life's existence. In ade being conducted uy the Hi- - title of undefeated midget PROMPT DELIVERIES lowed by hard work and strict apCities. Ihey The committee consists Pjns of the Falls of Raymond Barrett, John Cunlffe, claimed this title when they closed plication to his chosen profession T. A. Henle, H. W. Schlachter and their season March 3 with tan vic-- Nic Vaughan, as ho is lovingly called M. Hennessy. If a sufficiently tories and no defeats, but were the by those who know him, has risen f Protst .from ,tho to that pinnacle in his line that has (INCORPORATED) large number attends Trinity will f10,113 have a separate division. All mem- - Now Albany Y. M. C. A. Juniorsd made him ono of tho most sought at Sixth last week. They accepted and the after attorneys ln tho city of LouisBoth Phones 157 209 Speed Building bers are requested to challenge from St. Catherine at 8:30 Sunday fended this boys Saturday after-It-s ville. As a model for the younger generation to look up to we will morning. Trinity. Council will make North Side they defeated their quote, see Nic Vaughan, Jr., and get annual visitation to St. Aloyslus noon, when by the score of 31 to his ideas and you will sure bo church on Passion Sunday, when challengers very decisive manner, thus right, for his success has come from the members will receive holy com- - H ," a no .leaving uouui io mir uue oi hard work, courageous conduct and munion ln a body. Cliuiiipiuus, inesu ICillUS IVV1U UK loving his fellow man. strengthened and a great season is M. M. LOGAN. anticipated for next year Follow- CHAPLAINS INCREASED. Where work Is Quickly Whore the home U brightest; done; Attorney Genoral M. M. Logan is Ing were the members of the Qreen Messrs. Burns' and Oates, of LonWhere cooking seems probably one of tho most able at- - and Gold teams: Where the work It don, England, have just produced toraeys In our Commonwealth. MrJ St. Xavler's College High-Careal fun; lightest; Iogan has lwaya had tho Interest R. McDermott, W. Lally, J. Becker, a handsomely Illustrated booklet Where baking gives de nt tho nftanlo at heart, and this baa J. Wilken, J. Steuerle. Where the meal "la entitlet "Cathollces of the British light; cooked best; dillRent worki Seconds 'E. Ma2zoni, J. Dugan, Empire and the War,'1 which concharacterized hia Where drudgo Is out of while serving tho Commonwealth. R. Watson, It. Parsons. B. Mul-I- n tains many interesting records, of Where the range stand ' sight the test tho socdal and business world he ianey, L. Klapheke, T. Dolan, James the heroism pf priesrts and soldiers. At tle beginning Of the conflict the is higbly esteemed and honored. McGrath. That's i where where the 'That's Meal" comes Mldgots C&pt. .1. McDermott, C. there were only fifteen Catholic "Quick Meal" comes Ho has won many friends among tho "Quick peoplo of our State, and who will Villler, B. Davis, C. McCulloch, E. chaplains in the army; there are la. now 455. The navy possessed only never fall to appreciate tola sterling Pfelffer, Z. Nusz, C. Schieman. Gym Capt. L. Discher. W. value and at any tlmo put tbolr four Catholic chaplains, while it has Qaick Meal Gaa Rtuaiea Sold. Installed and Highly RecomraaBdad to tho wheol to assist, tho phy, R. Hatpring, J. Burke, J. now thirty-onman who bas been tholr rriend. Klrchdorfer, F. Melhaus, J. Goss. 215 Holding as he does one of tho 'highMAJOR GUN. BARRY. U. W. HOBEUTS. W MARKET ST. est positions of trust that can bo given, wo only hope the opportunity Major Gen. Thomas H. Barry, will arrive when we may be ablo L. II. Roberts, Constable in tho tho Catholic Commander of tho Cen ixM to favor Mm with .any position :he Sixth Alagisterlal district, Squire tral Department' of the United may ask of the. public. has an- - States Army, with headquarters at Ben Schulman's court, ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Chicago, Is known among military with this safe, conservative, HUSH MUKAitl' FUND. men as one of tho most capable Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more soldiers In tho service. Born in The State officers of tho Ancient New York City in 1855, Gen. Barry at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Order and Ladies' Auxiliary of In entered West Point in 1873, and on per cent. No cost to you whatever. diana oxnect to oresent the fund; iris graduation was appointed to tho The same courteous attention given the for- the mew Irish library to bo es-- 1 Seventh cavalry, Gen. Custer's reg university Dame depositor of $1.00 or tho depositor of $10,000. tabllshed iment, and for the next sixteen jubilee to be cele at tho diamond years was in active service west of brated in June. It is the intention tho Mississippi river. During tho of the authorities at Notre Dame Spanish war ho served in tho PhilUniversity to bave a Celtic room in Second and Market Under (h Big Glook ippines as chief of staff, later taking part-- in the new library and to bave it dec the Boxer uprising relief State Government Snperviaioa. orated in Celtic fetylo. In this room expedition In China. In 1905 he was made President of the Army will be placed tho flag of the Irish. Brigade, the swords of Gens. War College at Washington. Ho Meagher and Shields dndmany orreceived his commission as Major Horn,, City 3101 Uuiiib, South OOG-- T iginal and unpublished documents General in April, 1908, and In 1910 Superintendent of referring to men of Irish blood. was appointed at West tho Military Academy nounced as a candidate for & subject to tho acLlon of the Point, During his long career ho S. E. IiEDMAX & SON. Democratic parity at tho primary has served in every grade of the INCORPOItATED. Forty-on- e years at tho sairie lo August 4, and in all probability will army from cadet to Major General. cation and despite tho .hard times havo no opposition because of his ,T. P. LEWIS. tho firm of S. E. Ledman & Son, splendid record in thi it oulce. Mr. Quality Jellico Coal. Jowolere, of 410 West Market, are Roberts has a wide acquaintance in report a most wonderful and Louisville, stands particularly high Our efficient Secretary of State, Office and Yarcb Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue glad to ever increasing business ln tholr with all classes, and Is sure to odd J. P. Lewis, Is another cog in Hne. At the death of S. E. Ledman, strength to tho ticket In Novem- tho wheel of a well organized and member of the local happy ifamlly that at the present this great establish- ber. He is t M H I H HfrM I M t th .founder bf (who bad been ably order ot Elksa and the Red Men. H i 1 1 1iI M 1 1 1 1 HH H tO tlmo Is Klvinir to our people the ment, the son fcdmrlntsrtratlon we. have so long IMMN, JR., T. H. MERIMEE. 4 trained by the father, bas taken iip H. U iWiHvfIg f. HELPS DEMOCRATIC PARTY. deserved. The office of Secretary X the reins and 4s guiding tho destiny VIh Pro. a Triit S(eUiy. L InFW m HfC of State involves tho duties of a of one of tho best known jewelry Woman suffrage apparently helps man of careful executive ability,. houses south of the Ohio river, A' word to the wise is sufficient. The most the Democratic party. Nina and stneo tho installation of J. P. of the eleven women State legisla- Lewis as Secretary of State it is Ledman way is the beet way; tors in tho United States are Demo- said that tho office bas found the . crats, and two tare Republ loans. man who teas shown that ability SAVES OIIUKCir BELLS. Utah has four women in its lower that places .him above reproach, T Swtr and Cmlvart fipt, s The Parte Temps of Monday says house and all are Democrats. BaaaB'i rateat Lladai rift i, Stiaa Cm4aita, DIES ON ROAD. Wall Zfmit Dral TiU, VHrl BkK, . It learns from repatriated citizensXITTLE SISTERS. of Peronne "Uiat German troops disT F1m LialB, Fire BricK Connie O'Gara was found 'dead. mounted and sent away the bells Poor, Gtmt ;'of all churches of that city and, The Iiittlo Slaters of the charge near the Springfield tobacco ware- -l lillir Til, Grsai Firs CUy, Cfelaiatr house early Monday morning, peelneighborhood 'supposedly wlth the founded in 1840, have now ' OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON The ot, 307 houses in different parts ot ing 111 he arose about 4 o'clock and intention, of melting thm. newspaper add that the Peronne the world. .These houses shelter started to town, to, ee6 n phy&icianj . OUMB. MAIN 07. a HOMrONOITY57a-ir- . .. iDeus subsequently were orougni 48,000 men and "women. Here in but reaohed.a. point only about 200 bckto the towa and deposited ,1a a IxHiieviHe they care for more7 than "yards away 'when he f41. He ?ww X MkMUUlMax afld Brack, 'aad MmmHi Ava.. Bet. 9tk a ad tBth. 200 aged people without regard to about sixty veari old and had al ) ways lived at Spriogfteid. creed, race or color. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ml 1 1 H 1 1 II I II i III II 1 1 M I II II 1 1 1 II IMII Pope Benedict" li4 inUrvened. IMI FURNITURE GREENE'S ftVVVt.aaBaaa,'4 A.AttAAAAaAAAn44aaAaaf44tfittMtmlltittt WILLIAM Tills is the very end of the selling season, and, of course, prices arc n'ow vSO low they represent but a fraction of the real worth involved. Wo make these extreme reductions because it is our policy to reduce th.eso stocks to the minimum. I here is choice of all sizes, and, of course, no charges are made for alterations. For Boys Many Suits, including many For Bovs A croup of Overcoats, includ- fancy and some blue serges; most of our ing Mackinaws, Russian and Reefer Coats, fmest suits now radically priced for quick sale , Rob Roy Coats, etc. ; greatly reduced $8.75 ifr Ex-Go- v. Irish-American Foresighted planning and an anticipation of the present disturbed Tnarket conditions enable us te announce an unusual collection of Tailored Suits in fabrics now difficult to obtain at $25.00. Sergey Poiret Twill, Gabardine, Burella, Pbplin and other weaves,' in black, tan, navy, gray, rose, green. Because of the extreme demand for Suits of these cloths we predict their prompt selling. , SENIS GHEETINGS. $4$$$$$$Kh4Ck3 DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN James B. McCrearj' extends greetings of the day .to, his ifriends tOiroughout Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. $5.75 Ij. JACOBS. Jailer Foster is a tried and true Democrat and if ho announces for the State, and states he will wear a little sprig of green in honor of Ireland's patron saint, Gov. j, is one of Kentuck's statesmen who has made history in Kentucky and especially from the standpoint of tho Democratic party. Gov. UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jeffersoa Street McCreary's majority of over 30,000 in 1911 when he was chosen Governor will stand as a record for many years to come and his administration reflected credit upon his party,. Our makes his home in Richmond, tout in every If yon want 'expert service just call us up. We liavo never been, omt campaign he is always found on of dyes tor ono moment sluco tho war begun and are thoroughly, equipped to handle all work of every description. You can rest assured the stump battling for the principles of Democracy and Kentucklans If yon need- dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto 'Delivery. Parcel Post . of all classes feel a just pride in his Service. achievements. ry Hennessy Axman - POPULAR PRICE TAILORS IDYEIIVG- t - Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges j PULS CLEANING INCORPOUATED. DYEING CO. Louisville, Ky. 426 S. Fifth St. BOTH PH0NES-2S- 3S. 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M. 761-- a .M&:&&MW&:tt&:& Both Phcnes 2730 LANNiNG COAL CO. -- Pittsburg and EDW. J. MILLER & CO. Fire, Tornado and Liability Insurance I Starks Buildina. J,r&W&&& J 13 -. t . PIPE CO. Fourth and Walnut x fr !?. NORTH THIRD STREET. HAMMOCKS NETS ! Elevator Transmission and Wire Rope, Splicing, TtWtS, Awnings, .Camping Outfits and Fishing Tackle For Sate or Rent. .Tarpaulins, Yacht and Fishermen's Supplies.- Gen- ' uine Irih Flags for sale. Home Phone City 4357. - SKIKS9 tf3W O' S' r & vi 3 f WE DO PRINTING FMST CLASS W8IK El Nome N M Give Next Order. J.!' Thin Office TTotir KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 11. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1917. Wilkoe Union Made Ciftrs. VOLUME XXXVIII. v PRICE FIVE CENTS. It was on March 17, 1892, that the charter was signed by the late Roswell P. Flower, then Governor of New York State. the city. we have "been from time to time obliged to shod our blood in a causo we had no sympathy with, but Irishmen Miavc never freely drawn the sword except in tho sacred cause of God, of tho altar oi uoa ana oi sacreu imcny xno ,rJK.Ytract From the Eloquent rather best inheritance of man. Search the annals of the military Qilatory "of Boston Tom Burke's Ireland. Did we fall back before Lecture. the Dane when for throo centuries three hundred years he poured In army upon army on Irish boII? Ho endeavored to sweop away tho Kris Is as Catholic Today as When Christ and the name of Christ from tho Irish land. Did we ever give She Bowed Before St. up the contest, or sheath the sword, or say the causo waS lost? Never! Patrick. IRISH IPAITH THE IRISH LT3D x COLUMBUS Interest ' mm! Instruction bj the First Mass America, J Recent 'Exarhinataon'of 'American History and Authentic Record Show That Many Pioneer Settlers of Later Distinction Were Hardy Sons ' and Daughters ef Erin. Dane as a ruler and a king among her people. But Ireland never novor Beautiful Light in the. Character upon for an instant yielded; and that magnificent Good Friday and Ui6Nenius of Ilcr morning at Clontarf she drow the England yielded, and admitted the The First Relief Expedition That Ever Came to These Shores Was Forwarded by Suf- the Citizens of Dublin to Relieve the Famished-an- d ing Colonists of New England. 1 People. Bword ,NKVKK YIELDED TO HERESY. M i. , ov D the history of Ireland I am obliged to travel nearly two thousand yoars to come to tho cradle of my ' raco. I am obliged to go 'back to Ireland's tho day when Patrick, iposltc, preached to the Irish race, and in tho Irish language, the namo and tho glory of Jesus Christ and of his Virgin Mother. And coming down through that mournful and checkered history I find that our people have boon formed in their national character and genius, first of all by tho faith which Patrick taught them, and secondly by tho form of government under which they live. What is tho first grand featuro of the Irish genius and the Irish charactor? It is this that having onco received tho Catholic faitth from St. Patrick, Ireland has clung to it with a fidelity surpassing that of all othor peoples. She has known how to suffer and how to die; but Ireland's people have never (earned to relinquish or to abandon They tho faith of their fathers. received tho faith from the glorious apostlo whom God and Rome sent to them early In tho fifth century; they struggled for that faith during three hundred years, against all tho power of tho North unconquered tho unconquerable when and from Danes endeavored to wrest Ireland her Christian faith and to force her back into tho darkness trt pagan infidelity. They havo struggled during thrco hundred "cwiyi .ot Engusii tyranny ana ang- iial law. They havo suffered that faith loss" of property, loss of friends, loss of nationality, loss of life. But Ireland, glorious Ireland, has never relinquished the faith which she received, and she is as Catholic today as in tho days when she bowed her virgin head before St. Patrick to receive from him ihe regenerating waters of baptism. Tills I say is tho flrtt "beautiful tight in the charactor and genius Every of the peoplo of Ireland. other nation of whom wo read received that faith slowly and re- Every othor nation of t hictantly. whom we read demanded of their apostlo the seal of his blood to ratify the truth which he taught Ireland alone among all tho nations of the earth received the faith willingly, took it joyfully, put it Intp tho hearts and into tho blood of 'their children, and never caused f ortrriw nnr HA.41n sine 4n4it one drop of his blood. More than this, every nation on the raco or the earth has, at somo time or other, 'bcon misled into some form of heresy. Some doctrine was dls- putod, somo discipline was denied, set ud his unholy, pretensions to be head of the Catholic cfiurch. I claim for my nation, for my race, that with a divino instinct they never yielded to any form of heresy; they woro never yet deceived in the instinct which drew them to tho true head of tho Catholic ohuroh the real Pope of Rome. In tho fourteenth century there schism in the. was a protracted o Catholic church. An raised himself up. France was deceived, Germany was deceived, Italy England was dewas deceived, ceived, but Ireland, glorious Ireland, with tho true Instinct of a divinely inspired and guided people, clung to tho true Pontiff and adhered to tho truo head of the Catholic church. Whence came this light? Whence came the fidelity that neithor bloodshed nor death could destroy? It came from Gqd; it came from that high heart and khigh mind in heaven that Inspired itrick to preach tho gospel to tho tie of Ireland, and Inspired the .people to receive the message slstian peace and love from nis them. In speaking to you, my friends, on JhiB subject, I am forcibly reminded that tho character and genius of every pedplo are formed ,by their history. In going back to ' !. c !- -, r t onie4-iintl-PoD- antl-Pop- and valor anu courage tried upon a. thou- and Elory to you. o ire- oiirneo lhas never heen ing never! They fought sand years on their own causa was a good one: la nf fhn causa was bad. ) defeated and overpow-- I a hundred, yea. a thou- Is; but never from the r Trnland's sword su ran n Fseabbard to meet tho first rum to tho dav that the last tidier oerlBhed on Vinegar lAVPr hH Ireland been dis- cowfd or defeated by tho Why?r nf hnr children. Fee comes this light of our neo- I answer tnat it comes irom tftiot Tralnnri an ft nation and phmen.ju a people have never yet rawn the nation's swora in & oaa. fcy ext great point in the genius ncter of tho Irian people is been "causa. I d Wa'.nave fought, oara ttaJd'.' at home, and abroad; thou-aan- Among Americans of the present fand peoplo of consequence." 'The conoratlon tho idea generally pre first schoolmaster in Pennsylvania vails that tho majority, if not all, was Thomas Dungan, son of an of tho plonoor settlers In tho orig- eminent merchant of Dublin and inal Thirteen Colonies woro a mix- kinsman of Thomas- Dongan, from hundred years our people fought ture of English and Dutch, and as County Kildarc, who as Governor an unsuccessful fight? and divided a logical corollary tho belief ob- of the Province of New York gave as they were, broken into a thou tains that no other people had a their first charters to the cities of Dungan sand factions, how could they sue. hand in laying the foundations of Albany and Now York. coed when success is promised only tho country. That this Impression established his primitive school in to union as a preliminary. and a is erroneous Is proved hy recent tho year 168G at a placo called necessary condition? They failed in researches of American Irish his- Lower Dublin in Philadelphia Tho first Governor of defending and asserting the nation- torical students into tho racial com- county. ality of Ireland. At the. end of 400 position of tho seventeenth and Pennsylvania after the adoption of years England dcclarod that the eighteenth century immigrants, xand the constitution was - George Bryan, war was no longer against Ireland's the fact Is now being brought to a native of Dublin; the first Govnationality, but against Ireland's light that a largo proportion of ernor of Delaware was John also born in Ireland, and Catholic religion. Why? Because tho early1 settlors were descendants of their Catholic faith, taught thom of tho ancient Gaelic families of tho first Chief Justice and ChanThe vrecords of tho land cellor of Delaware was William by St. Patrick, which tells that It Ireland. State, is never lawful to draw tho sword offices, of tho Secretaries of Deeds, Killen, an Irish redemptloner who of of Wllla., camo over In 1737. The first man in an unjust causo, 'but that when the Registers Clerks, tho and County Surrogates' from whom John Dickinson, celetho causo in Juet for religion, for Courts, the parish rogfotors, the brated as "tho Penman of the RevoGod, for freedom ho Is the best century Christian who knows how to draw town books, the. eighteenth oqually lution," learned his letters was this newspapers and othor the sword, wave it triumphantly authentic sources furnish abundant samo William Killen. over tho field, or let it fall in tho proof of early settlements in thlsl The first white man known to into hand ot the man who Knows how country by tho vigorous sons and havocrossed the 'mountains what Is now Kentucky was an In to die without dishonor. daughters of Erin, writes Michael dian trader named Doherty, and the Tho third light that shines upon O'Brien, Hlstriographer of tho first to explore that torritory (1754) tho bright side of the history, the J. Society. my American Irish Historical It was from character and the genius of In an examination of tho early was James McBrldc. Boono learned peoplo, Is tho light of divino purity: records, as well as the town and McBride that Daniel tho purity that makes tho Irish county histories and tho genealogi- of the wonderful possibilities of maiden as chaste as the nun in her cal works a striking (fact presents "tho magnificent country heyond the mountains." cloister; the purity that makes the itself to tho student ot history Tho first to ponetrato the wilder Irish man as faithful to his wife as namely the frequoncy with which he people of Irish names are men- ness of Utah was Capt. Patrick Contho priest to the altar that serves; tho purity that makes Mor- - tioned as "tho first settlers" in this nor; a Kelly was tho first explorer monlsm and doflloment oi every or 4hat town or county, tho first of Oregon, and the first American kind utter strangers to our raco and Judge, tho first lawyer, the first Arctic explorer was Dr. Ellsha Kent I say, the Irish physician, tho first schoolmaster, Kane, grandson of John O'Kanc, to our peoplo. o woman Is tho glory of Ireland; she tho first Governor of 6omo provlnco from Ireland, who settled at in 1752. Tho first dwelling Is tho toeauty of her country. How or State, tho first Mayor, tho first beautiful is she in tho integrity of to receive a land grant in some lo- of a white man in Indian Territory virginal purity. She has been cality. Many oxamples of these (1790) was tho log cabin of Hugh taucht it by St. Patrick, who held Irish "firsts" aro recorded, and McGarry. The first white settlers at Saraup tho Mother of God the Virgin taken an a whole thoy, furnish somo Mother as the vory typo of Ire Interesting sidelights into early toga Lako (1763) were the brothers Michael and Nicholas McDonald, land's womanhood, and Ireland's American history. Tho first woman to whom a" nub- - from Limerick. Ono of tho earliest consecrated virgins, as illustrated in tho lives and in the characters of He monument was erected in this recorded settlements In what is now our Irish virgin saints. Tho Irish- country waa "Margaret of Now Or the State of Now Hampshire was man knows that, whatever else he leans," who was Margaret Haugh-or- y made by families named Kelley and nee Gaffnoy, a native of Ire- Haley, fishermen from Galway, who may be false to, Whatovor obligations he may violate or break, there land. A statuo commemorating this located on tho Isles of Shoals In the In the first settlements Is one bond, tied by tho hand of noblo woman stands In a public year 1653. God Hlmsolf before tho altar, sealed square in the city of New Orleans. of Georgia by Oglethorpo in 1735 with tho sacramental seal of matri- The first woman to fight for Ameri- Irishmen are recorded. The first to mony, signed with tho sign of tho can liberty, and the first of her sex lay out a tract of land in what is cross that no power upon earth, to receive a pension from the Gov- now tho City of Atlanta was an or In hell, or in heaven, can ever ernment for services in the war liishtnan named William Mitchel; break, and that Is tho sacred bond of tho Revolution, was an Irish- tho founder of Augusta, Ga., was woman. Margaret Cochran, tho wife William O'Bryan, who was tho first that binds him to the wife oi nis of John Corljln, a cannonier in the Treasurer of tho Province, ,and the. bOHOUl. At tho founder of Dublin, Ga., was Thomas This lecture was delivered in Pennsylvania Artillery. 1872, the year Father Burke visited slego of Fort Washington, on No McCormick, who named tho city vember 16, 1776, when her husband after his nativo placo in Ireland. Louisville. was killed at his post, sho in Tho flrtt home of Alexander Hamstantly took his place and hy her ilton in New York (1772) was with CHARLES J. CRONAN. gun tho family of Hercules Mulligan in of the dexterous handling No greator proof of tho personal wrought death and destruction in Water street, and the first man popularity of Sheriff Charles J. the ranks of tho Hessians storming selected by Hamilton as "confi Cronan la shown than tho Impetus the fort. Tho first femalo school dential correspondent of Gen. Washgiven hia candidacy for tho Demo- teacher mentioned In Amorlean rec ington in New York" while tho of ords was "the good Mistress Healy," British had possession of tho city cratic nomination for Mayor Louisville. Since tho first intima- who taught at Cambridge, Mass., was this same Hercules Mulligan, Ireland. tion of his announcement pledges in 1680. She was tho wife of a native of Coloralne, "Willyam Heally, Ierlshman," who Among the first four Genorals of located In that now famous uni- tho Revolutionary army selected by versity town as early af 1664. Washington were John Sullivan and In tho first "voyage mado by Sir Richard Montgomery, from Donegal, Raleigh to Virginia Irishmen and tho latter was the first General Walter to by Hakjuyt, tho of the officers to fall inhattle. The aro referred chronicler of tho -- expedition. Tho first" Secretary and first recorded colony to establish it- appointed by Washington when he self at Newport News camo from took command of tho American Cork, Ireland, in tho year 1621, or army was Joseph Reed, whoso only ono year after tho landing of father was an immigrant from Irethe Pilgrims of tho Mayflower, and land, and among his successors were tho first attempt of Europeans to CoIb. John Fitzgerald, of Alexanestablish a settlement on the Merrl- - dria, and Stephen Moylan, from mac river in Massachusetts was "a Cork. mixed Irish and Scotch company," The first American privateer ot which embarked at Carrickfergus, the Revolution was tho Ganio Cock, of Bupport havo como from men dn Ireland, in tho year 1636, with "a owned and fitted out in 1775 at all walks of life, from the leading considerable quantity of equipment Newburyport, Mass, by Nathaniel The first set- Tracy, son of Patrick Tracy, from business and professional mon to and merchandise." tho worklngmen and those in the tlement in the Shenandoah YaHey County Wexfprd. Tho first voyago humbler walks of life. To thom, at Staunton, whore President Wil- of nn American ship to Japan was ono and all, ho is plain Charllo son was born, was made by John by tho Franklin in 1799. Her comCronan, and they havo supremo con- Lewis from Donegal, and the first mander was Capt. John Devereux, fidence In his ability to make a known schoolmaster in the valley from Wexford, nephew of Capt. As Clerk was John good Chief Executive. Wilson from County John Murphy, also from Wexford, of tho BoaTd of Counciltnen and Armagh. noted not only as an intrepid comas Sheriff ho has earned praise and With tho first English expedition mander of privateers during the commendation from those who came to Maryland, in tho Arko and tho war of the Revolution, but as the in contact with him on official busi- Dove in the year 1633, Irishmen first to tako the American flag ness, and his fairness as Chairman camo. How many there were has through tho Mediterranean. Tho of tho County Board ot Election never been determined, but in what first sea battle on record in which tributes remains at Annapolis of tho records an American ship took part was a elicited Commissioners front tho men of opposite political of "Certificates and Patents to tho fight oft the Canary Islands in the faiths. In tho real estate business Earliest Settlers" In Maryland many year 1645 between a vessel owned Mr. Cronan has shown hlmsolf to Irish names are found. In the first at Cambridge, Mass., and "an Irish bo a man of business qualities and proclamations regarding "Conditions man of war." In the first naval possessing tho ability to represent of Plantation," issued by "lord battle of tho American Revolution the taxpayers and people of Louis Baltimore, he limited, the settlers tho six sons' of Morris O'Brien, from vine In the Mayors office. As a to "persons of British or Irish de- Cork, fought; the last naval battle Democrat ho has alwavs heen found scent." of tho Revolution was fought by fighting In tho ranks for the Tho first Judgo in Maryland and Capt. John Barrie, from Wexford, of the ticket State, city or ProSecretary battlo dn inland first national, and the men in the ranks tho first Government ofwaathediaries and thoduring naval war of 1812 was prietary the wators now believe that his servico on grandfather of Charles Commodore Thomas titles him to the honor ot being O'Carroll. Carrollton. The first Sur fought by son of Patrick McDon-ougof tho Democratic standard-bearin Carroll General of tho Province apveyor from "somewhere in Ireland." tho coming election. pointed by the Governor and Coun- Even tho mother of Perry, the hero Talbot of Lake Erie, was a nativo of cil in 1683, was George M'GIVERN AT CHICAGO. JL V. McGlvern, President of the from Oastlo Rooney, County Ros- Newry, County Down. In the first Continental Congresa Gaelic League of Liverpool, Irish common, and tho first to occupy a rebel of Easter week, and tho latest similar post in South Carolina waa (1774) sat seven sons of immigrant refugee from tho war zone to reach: Florence O'Sulllvan, from Kerry, ap- Irishmen James Duano, from New Baltimore, tho York; Thomas Lynch and John and tho United States, will speak on pointed in 1671. conditions in Ireland at tho eleventh first city of Marylandtook' Its name Edward Rutledgo, from tho Thomas McKoan, from Pennannual St, Patrick's night entertain- from an Irish Barony, .and indeed ment of the Irish Literary Society the first name (1695) given to the sylvania; George Read, from DelaCHy ware, and John Sullivan, from New of Chicago on March 17 at the spot where the Monumental He will tell the now stands was "Ely O'Carroll," Hampshire. Tho first Secretary of Strand Theater. story, of the Dublin Ineurretclon. after a barony in County Tipperary. this first American Congress 'was The proceeds of the evening will go In the first voyage of William Charles Thomson, from Maghera, to tho parish of St, Justin, of which Ponn to Pennsylvania, in 1682, "he County Derry, and he served so long the Rev. J. K, Fielding, founder In that capacity that he" became and- - Preatdeat ot the Irish Literary Irishmen, some ot whom are re known aa" "the perennial Secretary Tn Society, ifl organiser' and pastor. ha Orsrf fVv.ferred to as vpeow or property n iuonajio ' werei fighting In the cause of their God, of .their religion and of their national liberty. Then camo tho invasion of thex English. For four Dane into his owu sea and rid her soil of 'him. forever. Ah, my friends, with united hand, swept the Irishmen, for three hundred years - Mc-Klnl- Pough-keepsl- -- 'Alde-de-Cam- p sud-ce- ss gress under the constitution, which began the United States Government, sat Thomas FltzSlmmona. a native of Limerick, and FltzSim-nion- s also occupies another position of priority in American history, In that he is called "the father of the policy of protection of American Industries;" in other words he can properly bo called "tho father of the Republican party." The first and only man who served continuously for half a century in the Congress of the United States was William Darragh Kelley, of and tho first and only United States Senator to represent three different States at different times was James Shields, from County Tyrone. Tho first to read tho Declaration of Independence to the citizens of Philadelphia at Carpenter's Hall on July 6, 1776, was John Nixon, whose father was from Wexford; tho first to print tho immortal document was John Dunlap, from Strabane, in County Tyrone t v Governor of tho State of Now York was George Clinton, son of Charles Clinton, from Longford; tho first Mayor of the City of Now York after the Revolution was James Duahe, son of Anthony Duane, of Cong, County Galway; the first Governor of Illinois was John Boylo, born In Virginia of Irish parents In 1774; the first Governor of Georgia after the adopwas John tion of tho constitution Houston, son of Patrick Houston, from Donegal; tho first Goevrnor of Kansas was John W. Denver, son of Patrick Denver,, an Immigrant to Winchester, Va., in 1795; the first Governor of Montana was Thomas Francis Meagher. Tho first daily newspaper in Now York was the Packet, founded in 1776, by Samuel Loudon, from Belfast; the first dally newspaper in Philadelphia was tho Pennsylvania Dunlap, Packet, edited by John from Tyrono; the first daily newspaper in .Bostonwas founded, .by an Irishman, John" Daly"lVurko; trie first paper In Albanj was the Gazette, founded In 1788 by Robert and James Barber, from Longford: tho first newspaper in St. Louis, and indeed tho first wet of the Mississippi rler, was tho Missouri Gazette, founded In 1808 by Joseph Charles, from County Wcstnicath; tho first newspaper in Vermont, the Farmers' Library, was 'started in 179." by James Lyon, son of Matthew Lyon, from Wicklow. The first to bring Italian opera Into tho United States was Dominick Lynch, of New York, but originally Tho first relief exfrom Galway. pedition that ever came to these shores was sent by the citizens of Dublin on August 26. 1676, to relievo the famished colonists of Now England, suffering from tho effects of "King Philip's War." It is known In history as "The Irish Donation," and is so roferred to In tho original records of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay. Tho first to give America priority in tho conquest of the seas was Rohort Fulton, son of a Kilkenny man; the first to propose tho possibility of connecting tho Great Lakes with the Atlantic by means, of a canal waa Christopher Cellos, from! Cork, and tho man who carried out tftls great project was Governor Clinton, grandson of an immigrant from Longford. Tho fiTst builder or a telegraph line in tne United States was Henry O'Reilly, from Carrlckmacross, Ireland; tho first to build a submarine boat was John P. Holland, from Clare; tho first to Invent n reaping and mow ing "machine was McCormack, an Irishman's grandson; the first un derground railroad, in America was build by John IJ. McDonald, from Cork, and the first to build a railroad in Massachusetts was Patricic Tracy Jackson, 'grandson of Patrick Tracy, from Wexford. The first to establish a regular ferry system In Daniel New York harbor was O'JJrlen (1750), followed by the in teresting Darby Doyle, who had to flee from Staten Island in 1776 when the British took possession of his ferry. Numerous similar examples of "Irish Firsts" havo been culled from the records, hut even this short summary shows that Irish blood, brain and brawn havo been a valuable acquisition In tho building of the fabric of American institutions. Ponn-sjlvanl- a, Tho-'firs- Each party to tho contract could boast of about 5,000 souls apiece. Jt was a happy dower, for today the actual census of tho city Is around 50,000 people. And tho end ds not yet, for much of tho population Is mado up of cosmopolitans, sturdy representatives of races that in the dogma of a former President of tho United States in tho matter of raising largo famlliea( Tho story ot the Inauguration of a touch of tho city Is given romance. It l another instance of tho course of true love meeting impediments from tho guardians of tho 16velorn. It was many years beforo the actual union was consummated, because tho Trustees of tho village of Suspension Bridge, who had but llttlo scenery to show beyond the noted Whirlpool and the lower rapids, hesitated to help shoulder a burden of a more expensive neighbor. Suspension Bridge Is at the north end of tho city and Is the center of the railroad business. It was a transfer point for international freight and the villagers wore thrifty. It was otherwise at tho south end. where glamor of holidays was conthe tinuous the year' around. But the inevitable happened, the wedding was set for a date in the early part of tho month of March, just five and twenty years ago. The preliminaries arranged aa to who would be tho first Mayor, who happened to bo an EnElishman. tha charter waa drawn up and pre pared for the signature of tho Gov ernor. A committee of distin guished citizens went to Albany, tho State capital, to become sponsors for tho new city. It was March 16, In tho afternoon, before the Govornor could glvo the comAmong tho mittee an audience. Falls party was a distinguished Thomas Vincent Welch. It was when tho Gubernatorial hand was poised over the charter to which was to be affixed the official signature that Mr. Welch interposed. "Walt, Govornor," ho said. "Will you kindly wait until tomorrow to sign tho Tho bettor tho day the chatter. bettor the deed." The Governor up quizzically. looked His attention was called to the dato. He had an appointment in New York the next day Ho understood, and with a smile ho announced his intention of waiting until tho weo sma' hours before taking tho all important Btop at tho very altar of the hopes of tho Nlagarans. Soon after midnight the commit-to- o again waited on the Governor. Scarcely had tho clock tolled off the hour of 12 when tho pen was lifted in tho Gubernatorial digits and in an instant the bold signature was. affixed. Niagara Falls first saw the light on St, Patrick's day In the morning. bo-Ho- ve Irish-America- n, IlecaUed In . Beside the lliutly Mariner Stood Uw Irish Dominican Friar Boyle. v ft Whoro Were Laid tho Foundation of Catholicity in Western ' World. an; NATIVES GAZK UPON SCKNK. Everj incident in the life of the great discoverer of tho New World is full of interest and Instruction, but none more so than the one which the abovo illustration recalls. It Is 6no ot those grand events connected with tho history of Catholicity in this vast continent to which tho Catholic can turn with feelings of peculiar pleasure. Columbus in his life beautifully illustrated the faith ho professed. Catholic not only dn name, but in tho fervor of hl3 practice, ho sought in every action the greater glory of God and. the Interest of religion. Having at ' length, after years of disappointment and delay, obtained tho sanction of tho Spanish Government to his undertaking, he hastened to obtain tho benediction of tho Sovereign Pontiff upon his voyago, and made heaven tho object of his enterprise; and when it pleased a benign Providence to crown, his efforts with success his first thoughts were to return his grateful acknowledgements to Him, who hod preserved him amid tho innumerable dangers to which he had been the companions of (Columbus there may havo been those who were actuated by motive of Interest or fame the cavalier bound on a (romantic enterprise, tho hardy navigator ambitious of acquiring now laurels in unknown seas, tho roving adventurer seeking novelty and excitement but the church, which had blessed tho undertaking, sought in tho enterprise a higher and nobler end. Besldo the robust and hardy mariner stood the meek and zealous missionary, whose solo ambition waa to extend tho domain ot religion and to carry tho glad tldlncs of salvation to the Inhab- ; high-spirited exposed. Among Tho pen remains intact, n treasured relic among the archives of the municipality. Tho charter was riddled with amendments as the years went by until last year It was thrown in tho discard when a new one was framed and passed to meet tho requirements' of a commission form of government with a City Manager in control of tho executlvo end of the administration. Tho top o" tho morrdn to you, Niagara, and many happy Toturns hack to Niagara. of Thi3ckarter,ndjiorvJveroJroAUt. 1fahXWnheeglonsithat'-mIgHt'TJ-'to-s-R- the day! THOMAS WALSH. Attorney Thomas Walsh, tho orator of tho day at tho St. Patrick's day entertainment in Bortrand Hall, hardly needs any (Introduction Do-W- itt to the readers of this paper, hlB actlvo work In the local Catholic h, AN ions IRISH-AMEIUCA- N CITY, es, er Oaro-ilna- s; With alt duo respect for the opintho of tho writer begs to Introduce, Niagara Falls, N. Y., as the one real city, tho only one, on tho Thousands, American continent. and then somo, visit the Falls annually. Hundreds ot theso are on their wedding tour, and when they aro told the history of tho city, ita .marital story, thoy must fool in sympathy and very much, at home. The Falls ia truly tho rendezvous of the newlyweds, for tho wedding of two small villages, "Suspension Bridge and Niafcarai Falte, resulted In the birth of tho city of Niagara yearn ago. Falla tweaty-flv- a This ia tha silver jubilee year of Irlsh-Amoric- an societies making him known to many. He is one of our most successful practctloners at tho local bar and Is regarded highly by his In political camfellow lawyers. paigns Mr. Walsh's services have ever been at tho call of tho Democratic managers and as a campaign orator he has won quito a reputation, his speeches being replete with funny stories and anecdotes that always make a big hit with his audiences. Ho Is Lecturer of the local council Knights of Colum bus, a leading member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and President of the St. Lawrence Home for Working Boys. JEFFERSONVIUJi Mrs. Mary Shea, an aged and resident of Jofforsonville living at 322 Illinois avenue, passed away after an Illness of five days of pneumonia. She was taken ill at noon on Sunday and that evon-In- g pneumonia developed, and from that time little hope was held for her recovery. Her son, John Shea, a railroad man who lives in Pueblo, Col,, waa notified and arrived just before h$a mother- - passed away Mrs. Shea was,4he widow of James Shea, whose death occurred' several ' years ago. Palos in Spain was to invoke the blessing of heaven upon his expedition, his first act on setting his toot upon the New World was an offering of thanksgiving to God, who had conducted his voyago to 60 happy an issue. Failing to tho ground, which ho had so long and bo anxiously looked for, ho kissed It with tears of joy, then raising his oyes and hands to heaven he uttered that beautiful prayer commencing: Domlna Deus aeterno et omnrpotens, which was afterwards repeated by all subsequent Catholic discoverers. His example was followed by h.Is companions, who in tho fervor of their hearts thanked heaven for their preservation and moistenod tho earth with their tears. This act of thanksgiving was followed hy another still more solemn. Selecting an elovated spot, an altar was erected beneath a rudo canopy, and thoro for tho first time tho august Sacrifice "of the mass was offered on tho shores of America. Hero for tho first time on this vast continent tho priest of High" repeated tho myotic the Most words of consecration and broke tho bread of lifo. Here amidst the wiles and beauties of nature was laid tho foundation of Catholicity In tho Western World. Around this solitary altar, and at this first sacrifice Columbus and his mariners knelt in humble adoration and poured forth their most fervent prayers At a distance, grouped upon tho gorund, the rudo natives gaze upon tho scene in mute astonishment. At tho conclusion of the holy sacrifice tho minister of God turns to Impart a solemn benediction to the venerable Columbus and bis companions, who knelt bofora him. How solemn must havo been How pleasing to the that hour! heart of tho groat navigator, who sought in all his enterprises rather the conversion of the heathen and tho extension of religion than honors or wealth. How would that pleasure havo been Increased could ' ho havo foreseen the vast empire to which his discoveries were destined to glvo rise an ompiro in which, In after times, tho holy at which ho hod assisted would be offered not from one, but from ten thousand altars; when his t hundred followers would be multi-pil- e into millions of truo adorers of Jesus Christ. Columbus had the holy sacrifice of tho mass celebrated in all the prominent places he discovered. At Havana ono of tho original chape to still exists on the spot where the astonished natives witnessed thfl grand and imposing ceremony;-whor- o for the first time that sacred name at which every knee must bond was proclaimed. At Isabella, In Hayti, the ruins of tho first church still remain. At the present time it la quite overgrown with forest, and In the midst ot this forest are still seen tho partly standing ruins of tho church, the remains of the King's storehottfta and a part" of tho residence ot sac-rlfl- co discovered Friar Boyle of the Dominican order, with twelve companions, composed tho religious portion of tho crow of Columbus. As tho last act ot the pious navigator beforo leaving the port of V" s "t " ' 'v f 0 iiJ ,r. , ; ' -- A i;' i ' jcETXJOKnr T1EK BELLS iih: .Is .iMwrosfciOAwr " -- n ' OF INXI.jALLEX. storm-wind- When tho tierce November wild, "to s HERMAN STRAUS rouRm Avenue viWW SONS MARKET STRZET J And my We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. (' '- Then In thought I lovo to wander By Klllarnoy's waters fair Sure, tho sun lis. always shining: And tho skies are cloudless there! r moved heart That can never bo expressed, Fill tho woods' with unrest, sadness J. B.BROWN, President J. J..HAYES. Cashier J. S. AKERS, Assistant Cashier s2 iTiKiJMlif When - '? 1 1, GREAT To Once Of And, Where the winter snows are sparkling tho frosty stars above again I seo a vision the mountains that I love; amidst the lake, an Island, tho silver . moonbeams CI- I name It Innlsfallen Rarest, brightest gem. .of all! Woros LOCKHARf i Tell, tho- - glory, of .Its. .sUnstote,., . Or tho magic of Its dawns; ' But when springtide waves her ban- can ne'er, describe lis .beauty, Never paint Its emerald lawns, ners, When the world Is green and gold, National Bank of Commerce. ;: If- - 'Wm S,' MILL END s. Then I dream, of Innlsfallen And the dear dead days of 'old! glades lii 'sumTo Its mer Oft on memory's wings'Oft I fpaco Its ruined cloisters. And I hear tho south wind sigh; Boftly sounds that mystic music, Which can ..touch the. soul to ". tears . Tis tho bells of Innlsfallen Ringing faintly down itfie years? flower-strewn - ' ' CAPITAL and SURPLUS Over $1,300,000 - DEPOSITS, ';'.- - $6,000,000 rVv IV SALE Here You Will Find What You Need For " '".if ...V, '.' ', A beautiful island in Lower Lake ' of KlUarncy, .Ireland. .Thff ruins of the ancient Abbey of Innis fallen are still visible. We pay 3 per cent, interest on time deposits. X0 ' DR. ir. W. FOWLER. IS NOW ON and 9 V Jju AJSTD Kirschbaum Suits! T In tho. cntiro list of city department heauV thcWj Is none who" is having his mettle tested just now . as that of Dr. J.. !W. Fowler, tho Superintendent of our 'million tho prevalence of sickn ness this- year crowding that to itiff utmost, tho last several days seeing tho bath' rooms utilized MAGISTRATE. BBKaaagi5gffi?a3iasa as wards In oaring Tor tho unprece- ANNOUNCES DfflajsienKDffiiLC number of ick. Dn Fow- Tcf dented the Democrats of tho Eighth his assistants are bending ler and. Magisterial District! ovory energy in the present crisis; am a candidate for Magistrate and tho people of Louisville aro In I hr- rctrrhth MftfrlRtnrlal district having tho benefit of fortunate. In composod of precincts his splendid services and energy. of Louisville, no nine inclusive 01 nuinDor ono Summer Wear Dr. Fowler Is a native-o- f Spring Ky., being, born Juno 17, 1854, coming to Louisville when but A Family of Kentucky Distillers Sines 1788 ' a youth and residing here, ever ,".-"-:since. In 1909 he was made Superintendent of tho City Hospital, and ' reappointed by Mayor Buschemeyer ALBERT NISRET. Dr. Fowler nas also In 1913. Board of Albert Nisbet, a prominent mem- been a member of tho tho Stato mmu, Presldont ber of the local bar, da meeting Aldermen, Pharmacy, of QUULITY iPresidont of with much encouragement In his Board- of race for tho Democratic nomina-Uo- n tho Louisville College ofofPharmacy, for Magistrate in the. Eighth and at ono tlmo editor man tho Midof high land Roview,ibeIng a : ?.; literary glftfc. When tho present great hospital was . contemplated Dr. Fowler took an extended trip to UNEXCELLED. all of pur largo cities and absorbed many fgood Ideas which ho has utilized 6. itho management of tho Louisville Institution, "giving it a placo second to .none In the United States. He Is a member of tho Knights of Columbus and is at tho head of tho movement to erect a tablet hero in commemoration of Fathor Ryan, tho poet priest of tho South. Fifth arid Main Streets. dollar-h- ospital, - tfnsti-tutio- MADE BY THE WATHENS LK Fredor-icksbur- g, '&? r - v J1L IN m 64 ."f Sv" I BOND. igll t l-- f V Have just the style and pattern you want in a bi variety of styles. prominent In discussing tho young attorneys, at the local bar Attornoy J. J. Kavanagh is always given leading mention beoausa of J. J. KAVANAGH. $15 I' TO $35 Magisterial district, and voters In. that section say that his nomination will add strength to the tlcfcot in tho November election. This is tho first time that Mr. Nlsbet has asked any reward at tho hands of tho Democratic voters, and his friends eay that ho is Justly entitled to recognition. Tho Eighth Magisterial district is composed of tho entire Twelfth, ward and precincts ono to nino incluslvo of tho Eleventh ward. tho Eleventh ward and tho entire Twelfth ward, subject to tho action of tho Democratic primary in August, 1917. Having had an oxporienco as a practicing attornoy in tho various courts of Jefferson county, I foel that I am particularly qualified to conduct this oillco to tho satisfaction of tho litigants and public, find If honored by my party with tho nomination I shall strive with all my power to give that service tvhlch I feel a public trust imr poses. arid while I have given of my time BsaasKJSssiasffiassaaasiJj nnd moans for the success' of my 3 V. I have always been a Democrat, J. RUSSELL GAINES. J. Russell Gaines, veyor, has announced to his for subject to tho action County Surhis candidacy present offlco, of tho Domo- - party T have never before sought my In submitting public offlce. claims I would greatly appreciate tho support of tho Democrats of to cheerfully tho district, abide tho result. ROBERT E. HESSION. 'Ij Home Phone City 4597 Cumb. S. 847-- y JOSKrH A. LUDWIG. Joseph A. Ludwig, tho first announced candidate In tho field for for' .the Democratic nomination his. notable success as a practicing attorney. Mr. Kavanagh's record in tho handling of civil' and damage suits, desorves jnoro than passing comment, as a short timo back ho secured a verdict for his client in a damage suit which broke all rec ords In tho Jefferson circuit Court. As an orator his services aro al ways in demand and during tho last sovoral years ho has obtained wide recognition in tho discussion of tho Irish question at tho St. Patrick's day celebration,' last year being tho orator of tho day at tho Loulsvillo celebration and the year previous was tho guest and orator at tho celebration of tho Mobilo Hiberni ans, Mr. Kavanagh served four years as Assistant City Attorney and won great prestlgo in his handling of back tax suits. His services aro in demand during tho political campaigns by tho Democracy :and tho local Democratic organizations continually placo requests. for his services. Job Work Promptly Attended To. j' JiCunning, Lewis & Brotz ge; L LEO H. WEBER Designer and Builder jt II NEW STORE' NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON ? is ,1 IffffflfHigyMrararareBm iLLLLLH .'HfiQuLsLiH, fitSw' LLLLLLLLV Pv3iLvlEkT of I WHEN YOU THINK OF A NEW . rf SPRING BONNET KESMXSJVIBISre ROSELLE HEBJBHKgiaBBiiimKraS THE HATTER $2.00 IS cratlc party at tho primary August 7, and as "Russell" has long been known as a "wheel-horse- " in the Democratic party his candidacy is meeting with popular approval with both tho Tank and filo Mr. Gaines always of the- party. takes an active part for the success of Democracy and Is- always found with his sleeves rolled up working to MODERN HOMES Plans and Estimates Cheerfully' Furnished. r i that end; H W t. ts.- 1 WEDEKIND INCORPORATED. & CO., GIVING THANKS. .AMERICAN FEDERATION. h ' y v- WHOLESALE GROCERS LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. ' - ' NATIONAL CASKET CO. e X' , Tho National Executivo Board of If we only could realize It nvo tho American Federation of Cath ought to thank God lor everything olic Societies has fixed August 26 to that happens, Whether good for- 29 as the dates for tho national tune or bad' fortune. Tho Irish convention to bo held in Kansas peasantry (habitually do this, for uuy. most important matter they seo God's will In everything before 'rao board was the report of tho and aro thoroughly convinced that tho National Organization Commitit U a bonevolent will, and they tee regarding tho new plan of orrecognlzo, fully God's mastery. ganizing tho Federation on dlo- An amusing story Illustrates this point. An Irish farmer who had to unit Intsead of. tho county or Stato. Btrugglo with a wet h'arvost season This plan was endorsed by the Now convention and tried week after weok to got his York Federation hay dry But always down csme was subsequently submitted to tho again,' till the hierarchy for endorsement. Letters the rain again .and . County Commissioner, has secured many promises of support from those who have como In contact him In ,hln lone careor In tho Sheriff's offlce, whoro ho won the nis friendship of many tnrougn iinfftlllnp Mkurtosv In dealing with public. Mr. Lud-wi- c all classes of tho in conscientious and capable and It goes without saying that tho affairs of tho taxpayers wouia do safe in his hands. As the first an nounced candidate and as a luc-tnTftmvra hn la certainly en titled to the consideration of tho Democratic voters. h nir 1215 South Preston Streei LOUISVILLE, KY. New Church Goods H Rosaries, Prayer Books, Crucifixes, Pocket Statl Statues, Scapulars, Scapular Medals, Communl Wreaths, Lockets and everything that an up to dt Religious Store should have. Come in and look ov2 out new stock and compare our prices with others. Pike-Hicke- ;WH. MAY,Manar.' . " . Eleventh and Magazine Star . V. - Whole crdii tyas.N beginning to rot. from about oner-hal- f of tho Amer"It's training Again, praised be God," ican hierarchy were presented was (his constant, rofraki.4 At last the diocesan plan. . no pausea ana inougnt n. uuiu aim looked at ,1118, rottln'g.Jhaycocks". Then .,', PRESIDENT CLEVELAND, he said: ."Blessed' be God,, 9a re esouKh l,see.iowtt's,inffl"ure He jifr Tomorrow will be the'annlvoreary ' he ,of .thel.birtt. of '"Groyer., Cleveland, H,'k would be. ias.kU 4 1LaJ A?A "IWA .a JIM.11 M.ak Ualted States, born in 1837. bead. Bombay Iswnriner. ,x A FIRST TEACHER IRISH. Tho. nrat fmtvala school teacher mAntfnnori in Amorlcan records was "tho ' good Mistress Heally," ivho taught, ,at Cainhridge, Mass., in She was the wdre of "Will1680. iam Hoally," Irishman," who1 located In that Howfam6uB university town as early as 1664. y Church Supply Compai 312 W. Jefferson St., Bet. jhird and Fourth. '' . tt u aSfifflEft&i1 ,? vai4 i' . ,A i"'$t"i tit ,' - I' .': Bi" , I lOSaraMJOHTSr '. 9 v . t , .. IRISH , JJMOE)BtTCJkJX ,' I,' r - r St Patrick's Day' Celebration OF I "Ma - GREETINGS FROM THE UNDER AUSPICES OF Div. No. 4, A. 0. H. AT BERTRAND HALL. ? Ltf UNION NATIONAL . Sunday Evening, March 18, 1917 8U5 O'CLOCK Good Program of Irish Music, Songs, Dances and Recitations. General Admission 25c. Reserved Seats 50c- Th6mas Walsh. Address by ' cu.1 R?. &. fe,AJ" r1 Vti - BANK CAPITAL, SKXAXOIt CIIARLTCS JCHGIIT. V. HUNTKK IIUIIKJ;. V r $ffr . , k r SURPLUS, .' - EJC. ' Kts.' IS,' &?." "?DC t Senator' Charles H. Knight, of tfio Thirty-sixt- h Senatorial district, will again' bo a. candidate for thd Democratic nomination, and In. all probability will haVo no opposition, a3 P. Hunter liurkp has announced himself-aa candidate "for Prosecuting Attorney of tho Police Court, subject to the action of tho Demo- s MORE THAN s We have the facilities, to serve you. If not a customer do t longer to start. The service we render our patrons will be worth something to, you. npt-wai- .ONE MILLION DOLLARS Right in :Ue Heart of City INTER-SOUTHERN In addition to our Commercial banking, we have a rapidly growing Savings department paying three per cent interest.' " ( LIFE BLDG. Southern Optical INCOItPORATKD Fifth and Jefferson Streets. L his record in tho upper house entitles Mm to that recognition From a Democratic standpoint this Is a pleasing prospect, as Senator Knight will add strength to- - the election. ticket in the November Since Ms entrance Into local politics there has never been a campaign that Senator Knight did not get into tho thick of the fray as an active worker about tho working early and late for success. - This ilf nothing else has endeared him to the boys in the trenches and any time that ho shies bis hat Into a contest both the leaders and rank and file become active In his behalf. Before entering tho Senato he sorved a term In tho House of Representatives, cutting his eyo teoth in the game of parliamentary politics at the State Capitol. Senator Knight is a member of tho firm of Henry Knight & merSon, live stock commission chants, and an officer in tho Louisville Provision Company. Laboring men and the wot king classes la general appreciate tho fight he made in behalf of the workmen's compensation bill, which is now a head-quartor- Co. cratlc party day, 7. Mr. Burko is conducting his canvass as a representa-tlv- o of np faction and appeals for the support of all classes of tho Democracy. Ho .has been Identified with local Democracy for many years and has ever been ready to lend his services In aid of the ticket In city, State and national elections as a ward organizer and campaign orator. On tho stump Mr. Burke makes a, pleasing impression and Id weir known throughout the district as a clear and forcible speaker. ST. PATRICK. One dollar will start you on the v '' . road to success. ' Spectacles and Eye Glasses at the primary Satur 4th Avenue and Chestnut C. C. MEN6EL. Pres. A. D. ALLEN, Vice-Pre- H. P. ROBERTS, Sec'y. " m V. H. BRYAN. Treas. Capijtal $6,000,000.00 MENGEL BOX COMPANY INCORPORATED s, FACTORIES LOUISVILLE, KY. ST. LOUIS, MO. JERSEY CITY, N. J. WINSTON-SALEN. C HICKMAN, KY. MENCELWOOD, TENN. PACKIXG TOBACCO BOXES WHISKEY BOXES CIGAR BOXES FIBRE BOXES CORRUGATED Paper Boxes PAILS AXD MEASURES ELKHART, IXD., Paper Mill FIliRE BOARD boxes Ilk W VpV PurK?e,Use Eureka Flour 4 WfflSI&Y THAT OOOO HONESTLY DISTILLED KENTUCKY ARTICLE THAT UNCLC "AM USES IN HIS SOLDIERS' HOMES. MARINE HOSPITALS. ETC. THREE PLY VENEER Why? BECAUSE I IT'S STRAIGHT. PURE AND Office: Dumcsnil bet. JJth and J2th Sts BALLARD. VICE PRESIDENT UNADULTERATED. law. BECAUSE GUM OV THK SKA! IT HAS THE BODY. MELLOW. NESSi FLAVOR AND TASTETO PLEASE THE PALATE USED IN 'MODERATION, IT RELIEVES FATIOUE. STIMULATES THE DODY AND AIDS DIGESTION. JOHN H. LEATHERS. BEN C WEAVER. PRE3I0CNT S. THURSTON Jr.. Cashier B. A. DUERSON, ASSISTANT J. T. BATE, Assistant Cashier CASHIER LOUISVILLE NATIONAL BANKING COMPANY. ) $250,000.00 CAPITAL SURPLUS and PROFITS.. $100,000.00 N. . Cor. Fifth and Market. Old Forester Tho month of March is peculiarly Ireland's month. Tho greatest festival from a civic viewpoint In all the world Is tho seventeenth, BL Patrick's day. With evory Celt the prayer Is that tho Old Land may bo free, but whon and how still remain to bo answered. It may not too (inappropriate to quote part the, prophecy of St. JLalachy .In as he lay dying In the arms of St. Bernard (1148): "Bo of good heart. Tho chilrch of God in Ireland shall never fail. Witb terrible discipline long shall she be purified. But afterwards far and wide shall her magnificence shine (forth in cloudless glory. And. oh, Ireland, do thou lift up thy head. Tho day shall come: a day of ages, a week of" centuries shall be numbered unto thee. Then shall thy exceeding great merits have obtained mercy for thy terrible foe, yet so as through scourges as great and enduring. Thy enemies who are In thee shall be driven out and humbled and their names taken away. But In so much as thou art depressed in so much fchajt thou bo exalted and thy glory shall not pass away "There shall bo peace In abundance within thy boundaries and beauty and strength tin tho defences. It la enough, O Lord, the church fail and in Ireland shall never though long shall it be desired, my country shall ono day stand foith In its might and bd fresh 'in its beauty like the rose." God bless dear old Ireland. BAPTIST TIUI1UTE. BECAUSE IF THE ABOVE REASONS ARE NOT CON. CLUSIVE. BUY A BOTTLE AND BS CON VINCCD THAT THERE IS NO WHISKEY DISTILLED SUPERIOR TO KENTUCKY TAVERN. JAMES THOMPSON INCONPOIIATCO & BRO. KY DISTILLERS V LOUISVILLE. between Tho relation remains virtually and foreign-bor- n the same, tho census figures show ing that 68,8 per cent, of tho popu lation claiming this country as the land of their birth. Natives of Ire land still constitute the largest single element of the foreign-bor- n population. native-bor- n DEAD OF YEAR. The names of many prominent prelates. priests and laymen will bo found on the death roll of 1916. Among thtm are tho names of eight Bishops of the church as fol lows: in January. Doran, Thomas F., Auxiliary Bishop of Providence, R. I., sixty- six, iri January. Shanahan, J W., Bishop of February 19. Pa. sixty-onBrennan, Thomas, Bishop of Dallas, Texad, died in Rome in month Har-risbur- Omaha, Nob., aged Scannell, Richard, seventy-one- Bishop , of Iled i'ears ago a witty rabbi at a dinner Patrick's day mado an inattempt to provo that the Irish raco were tho lost tribe of Israel. Tho app6al of Patrick as a saint ds to all nations because of his manly and militant sanctity. y There was nothing about his practices and professions of Christianity and his entire life from boyhood, w"hen he was sold Into bondage by tho Plcts, avos a career full of adventure, sorrows, hardships and eventful triumph through faith and works. Patrick was just tho stripe of man to make an instant appeal to a proud, hardy and d people llko the Irish, for In addition to hie lifo filled with hazards and suffering, the great missionary was a gentleman, and there Is no raco under tho sun quicker In its appreciation of true gentility. He Blew no dragons, but he bearded the Druldlcal priests In their groves, routed them and their dark mysteries and preached a kindlier creed with such earnest eloquence and firo that ho swept an emotional people off their feet in a fervor of real for tho new dispensation of love sealed by the suffering and death of a crucified Christ, so that their faith has endured ever since through centuries of persecution and suffering that have no parallel In history. Out of Patrick's great conquest of the Irish the first and only one in their history, for conquest after all can bo only of tho beart and spirit of a people have grown a wealth of splendid legend Small wonder then and history. that on the seventeenth of March the shamrock, whereby Patrick illustrated to Ms Irish hearers the mystery of the triuno God, is the color everyone wears. on St. genious namby-pambsoul-stirri- Seven cities claimed Homor, but to St. Patrick, whoso feast day will be celebrated on March 17, have been assigned Roman, GalHc, Bcottlsh, British a.nd Coltlc origin, "Guaranteed to Satisfy" Premium Coupons in ACME-JONE- S 1NCOKPORATBD Al! Packages CO., quick-witte- C. F. VISSMAN (iBMrpormUd.) GO. CURERS OF TH6 "Derby Ham" and Bacon Home Phone City 2967 Globe Security & Loan Co. INCORPORATED y,r t A I Money Advanced on Your Plain Note A. LAZAR, Manager. ?;i WHAT WE NEED. The following Is taken from the Western Recorder, a Baptist publication: There is no other country dn tho world, except tho Boers, as free from crime as is Ireland. Tho Irish had a rebellion, and seem to bo on tho brink of a renewal, but they do not hold rebellion, against Eng- iana as a. prime any more man Southern people admitted that they i'MliiK( were guilty of crime dn fighting for rwwi the South. It is nothing unusual 7Fli rf f. for a court in Ireland ito flnd no one to try when tho session opens. ,2SV fMi ' This writer, in IS 72, heard the hisKr. torian Froudo say ho had lived fyst ii. fA.irtwenty years dn what was called 9 r h. tho worst pa"rt of Ireland; ho was c.i.rf.-a- r BROWN-FORMA- N known to be an Englishman; ho University of California! Miss? Angellne De Lande, convert was familiar with all Ireland, and he did not believe there w.as a dis- and poet. Incorporated. Herman Ridder, editor of the honest man nor an Impure woman LOUISVILLE, KY. In all Ireland. New York City. Thomas M. Mulry, President of the St. "Vinlent de Paul Society, PRIESTS NEEDED ABROAD. New York City. Elizabeth Jenkins, Catholic beneThe war In Europe has left the Baltimore. Property Listed For Sale. Catholic church In Franco, Italy factress,Charles G. Herbermann, ed Rents Collected. Dr. and Ireland without a sufficient Enof the Catholic number of candidates to train for the priesthood. The drain upon cyclopedia, Now York City. wo. young men or these countries Miss Molly Elliott Seawell, authhas been so great that priests in oress, Washington, C. C. New York have been aaked to confer with the youth of their congreIIEAWII RECORD. gations in the hope that some of l them may be willing to take orders St. John's Home, an orphanage and fill tho. demand. It Is said conducted in Brooklyn by the SisTelephones: Cjty 3303 Main 765-that the number of priests absent ters of St. Joseph, is believed to spot In and. the Personal Attention 302 Louisville Trust Building. with the armies depleted number of be the healthiesthave been the United only two deaths have so the clergy States. There that many churches in Europe have deaths among 1,200 inmates in "two years, and both these have been Cumb. Main 507 had to be closed. Itim Wane City 5380 from accidents. Cvmb..Sr 153--y LARGEST FOREIGN ELEMENT. qOOD BUSINESS ONIA. The last Massachusetts State census, made public Saturday, Indicates "Are you a philanthropist, sir?" a striking change In the racial char- asked a. old gentleman of & young acter of, the foreign-bor- n , populaman who waadtetrlbatlag a quantion. Natives of speak- tity 'of , butterscotch ,to. some ing countries increased .2.7.6 per 'oent. during thfr period . of "Am. I trhai?". eaid' ihe young while tfiftw vt JSngl hlla?rthTklt?r' No," sir, r ' '"V r, ing niai uecTvtru sf. Vff cent am .& 'T. !;, , ' Whiskey NajsaEsssSi y J, Its Elegent Flavor is solely due to original fitness developed by age. or v. vrv CO. What we need is not more Catholic newspapers, but more Teaders g, of Catholic newspapers. The Cathe. olic press of tho United States would bo vlrilo- - enough and a sufficiently powerful molder of public of March. . opinion if the number of subscribOrtynsky, Ruthcnlan ers wero increased sovon-fol- d, Soter, As Bishop of Philadelphia, Pa., in long as Uie great majority of Cathquestion olics are apathetic on the March, of of Catholic nowspapors we are Northrup, Henry P., Bishop r, In bound to have periodic outbursts of Charleston, S. C, seventy-fouIgnorant bigotry that could be met June. for- and dissolved by a moro militant Spalding, John Lancaster, activity on the part, merly Bishop of Peoria, 111., and and wldo-awak- o If half titular Archbishop of Scltopolls, of Catholics themselves. Catholic rs of tho the August --!5. Rlchter, Henry J., Bishop of press and the resolution makers would see to It that their names Grand Rapids, Mich., seventy-six- , wero Inscribed on the mailing lists December 26. Prominent among the dead of tho of omo Catholic newspaper, tho church would enjoy a now era of Catholic laity are: progress and (he sphere of her "indistinDr. John R. 'Murphy, fluence would bo Immeasurably exguished surgeon, Chicago. Dr. Eugene "W. Hilgard. scientist, tended. Catholic Bulletin. -well-wishe- 312 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. i SECOND FLOOR '. A WE DO WORE FOR MEMBERS THAH ANY OTHER LIKE COMPANT IN KHTUCXT KENTUCKY CENTRAL I 4 Lire nnu nuuiutrti inounnnoc bumrnni. LOUISVILLE. KY. "THE PROMPT PAYING COMPANY." For the month of January and February 1917, this Company paid its members in the State of Kentucky over Ssi.000.00 in Weeklv Disability Benefits and over $13,000,00 irr Death Claims, a total of over $64000.00 IiaiU 111 UBUCIU3 1U fB IUB111UC1B IU1 UIO II1SI IWU moulds. "SEK ONE OF OUIt AGENTS AJST INSURE AT ONCE".- , . .' " 4 k IRISH TAG DAY. J ; It"" Staats-Zeitun- g, Jtor-ln-chl- er EDWARD J. PASLICK Real Estate in All Its Branch y St. Patrick's day is to be Irish tag day in Chicago thjs year. , A' bevy of pretty Irish colleens will assist in tagging in, every part of the city. Miss Rhpa Devlin will PETER-BURGHAR-D act as captain of a group of taggers in 'the loop and will be assisted by Mrs. Josephine McGarry Callen. Cut Stone and Interior Marble Contractors The Board of Trade members have Issued a spoclal invitation to the Irish relief fund for Irish sufferers from the European war, which is to benefit hy the receipts, to send the Of every description cut and designed io order. We are m.nufdarers prettiest and Uo wittiest girls there, and they have chosen Mrs. selling direct to buyer. Also carry large slock of finished monuments at Bernard J. Mahoney to head a dele- our fyarerooms. Warerooms 309 WestJefferson St. gation. t STONE CO. GRANITE MONUMENTS. AGAINST CATAJmif. exercise Any constitutional which improves the circulation and makes tho ibody resistant"" helps to protect one from catarrh. This Is particularly true of air breathing exercises because the effects are beneficial locally as well a constitutionally,,, says' one of , the, beet known" physical culture teachers ln So 'let u$. teach our New York. chlldrW.the value of correct and deep breathing, and in doing so Te Plaut, 13th to 14th and Maple St. Covers city block. ROGER NOHALTY Fine Wines, Liquors, WM. P. BANNON Contracting Plasterer fr non-Engl- lh chil-riro- a. m r Cigars and Tobacco S.E.Cor.2lthrrfSt,XiTjtr .. 19G5-iai- UISVItjT,K. ' A ..?.. fc Inn-spe- KESNTUCKX n;,J'a ' a , Impart, . chtedrfulB1 and' aappinasa "; Jo ; ft t - xs (Hirr-hofe. .' '!. r.r jK$.itL .,".... "lifflJBjii!.VK ..? 'X"c ;.. s 'i - ..'m Mb mmam. "jwwy'' r vm. r- XJHtIH ATSjatIOA2 . T ' r. Q IPAPERS ,mwmirmo ww "WimiPiiwiwiw IRISHMEN. IN THE SOUTHLAND Masterly After Dinner Addets of Irvin S. Cobb, of Kentucky, Before the American .; Irish Historical Society of New York. , 4H4M44as-fMM'- t i K i . k -- rf T-- A. h !- - i.. tj . I Mr. President and Ladles and bio Wicklow peasant, who was sold at the disastrous battles of the Gentlemen: I am speaking biit the oa a slavo to tho New England Thames and tho Raison, and their plain truth when I tell you that I plantations because he, an Episco- Insh hones today rest in that would rather bo hero tonight facing palian, dared to raise his voice and ground, sanctifying it and making an assemblage of. inon and women his arm In defense of tho rights of of It an American ehrino of patriotof Irish blood and Irish breeding his Catholic neighbors and kinsmen ism. It was tho hand of a Kenthan In any other banquet 'hall on In the County of Wicklow; and ho tucky Irishman, Col. Richard. John- Is Irish- bought-h- ts f reodomwswltlv a black Ison.taftcrwaTdtVico'President oftho earth. Fdr'Fam and didn't know It; but now. that bull, which, according "to family united States, that slew tho great I .do know it, I am prouder of that tradition, ho first stole, and ho Tocumsch. A good share of the a United States 'Senator from Kentucky and Tennessee riflemen fact than of any other thing on except that I am an American Vermont.-ancast tho vote, against who at New Orleans stood bohlnd earth G. ML ROBERTSON, the wishes of his constituents, Andy Jackson's cotton halo breastcitizen. v I wonder if it ever occurred to which made Thomas Jefferson Presi works, mowing .down Packonham's you what differences are to be dent of this country over Aaron Peninsular veteranB and making found in many a country and in al-- 1 Burr, and by so doing altered the their red coats redder still with tho most any country between tho tem- - entlro course of our country's his- - life blood of thopo Invaders, woro poraments and tno spirits ana uio.iory; ana wnuo no was in jau in Irishmen, real Irishmen. They oustoms .of those who live in the a town in Vermont for his attacks proved their Irish lineage toy tho North of it and thosewho live in on tho odious alien and sedition fact that they fell out and quarrclod laws .bo issued a challengo for a with Old Hickory, becauso he de the South of it? .s "Tho North of Ireland, as we all duel to tho President of tho United nied them all tho credit for winning know, hafl lathered tho t;reat bust States, and being released, ho moved the fight, and ho quarreled back, ness oncn If interested in PAPERS in any way, of any kind, in ; tho great or that ilttle island, and aown xo Kentucky ana iDocoimo a for ho was by way of being an and later, having Irishman himself. and the Congressman:, manufacturers great theologians, many of them; 'quarreled with all his neighbors It was a Kentucky Irishman, Dr. any quantity,' for SERVICE OR CELERITY, and, regretful to say, it has also there, ho moved on to Arkansas and Bphriam McDowell, who performed ASK US. produced a spawn of Ihuman beings was named as Arkansas' first Tcrri-wh- the first operation for ovariotomy in tho faco of tho fact that torial Delegato to Washington, and performed it on a kitchen table PHONE: Shawnee 368, City 994 in i, every other, land where, men ho might Jhavo moved etill further with a mad husband standing over have equal opportunities, tho Irish- - West and might havo filled still him with a drawn Tevolver, threatening man has won Oiis way to tho front more offices .had o not in tho full- to shoot him If his wife died and has held Ms own with princo ness of his maturity, when ho was under tho knife. But he went ahead j and potentate, yet cling to tho seventy years young, boon thrown and 4t "was a successful operation, theory that in Ireland, of all tho from a mulo and had his neck and it has brought relief and lifo ppots of tho world, tho Irishman Is broken. I liko to think of Mathow and sanity to millions of women not capablo of governing himself. Lyon and his career because ho also all over tho world. It was a Kent,N4$S4444$14S tucky Irishman and a soldier, But it was to tho South of Ireland, was an ancestor of mine. But I kept on working and I dis TheodoTO O'llara, who penned perand it is to tho South of Ireland today that one must turn to find covered a lot of things about the haps tho most beautiful lyric poem 66 tho dreamer and tho "writer, tho lost tribes of the Irish in .tho South. and certainly tho sweetest tribirto Idealist and tho poet. It is" to the Tho Stato of Kentucky, from which, to the bravo In our language, tho South of Ireland also that ono must l nail,; has been called the cradlo Immortal "Bivouac of tho" Dead." n Tace in turn to seek for a peoplo whoso of tho1 It was another Kentucky Irishman. t. saintly and whoso traditions are ica, and It has been said that tho tho Father saddened by tho memory of the mountaineers of that Stato, with Ryan, whoso hand wrote thoso two wrongs they havo withstood and tholr feuds and their Elizabethan, fondest poems in memory of tho Proper Expression For the Newly Is tho persecutions they havo ondured Chaucerian methods of speech rep- - Lost Cause, "Tho Conquered "Ban and still endure, and yet whoso spir- - resent tho purest strains of English ner" and "Tho Sword of Robert E. H. B. & W. Store. Renovated its and jtfhosp characters arc uplift-- , blood to bo found today on this Leo." by that happy continent. Now then let lis see if od and sanctified" In the civil ,war it was a optimism which seems everywhere that Is true. I havo looked into of Scotch and Irish doscent on this footstool to ho tho horitago that matter and I tell you that 60 who led the North Abraham Linper cent, at least of tho dwellers of coln and it was another of tho truo Southerner. In a measure these same things the mountains of tho South and of mingled Irish and Scotch aro truo of our own' country. .Tho notably of Kentucky and Virginia blood Jefferson Davis who was li President of tho Confederacy. In the Freshest, Newest Styles, bid you Tho North excels in business, but tho aro tho lineal descendants of leads in romance. The North way indenture men, Irish rebels historian Collins said tho five greatand are eager to be laoked over. planta-t- o est lawyers Kentucky ever produced opens wide tho door of opportunity mainly, from the Virginia overy man who comes to its. bor- - tions. I know a mountain county in woro Barry, Rowan, Haggln, Breckprices are a main attraction. Before the war inridge and Bledsoe four Irish ders with willing (hands and eager Kentucky of which half of tho and commands, him to get lation bear ono of throo names, names and ono Indian name and busy. The South opens a door, too. They aro either Mayos, or Patricks, yet theso fivo havo been called too. but it is the door of 'hospitality, or Powers. And I once heard an & What is truo of Kentucky is to a and it bids tho stranger enter in, orator stand up before an audience not so much for what ho can give, of those Mayos and Powers and greater or less degree truo of the DO but for what ho can tako in tho Patricks and congratulato them on rest of tho South. It was an Irish 522-52- 4 STREET. WEST MARKET way of , welcome. Henry, who I think there is their puro English descent, and they Virginian, Patrick a reason, aside from topography believed it: sounded tho first koynoto ' of tho I wish- you would pardon mo once American Revolution, and who at and geography and climate and en-- 1 vironment, for tsoso differences be- - moro for referring to my lino of tho risk of his life by his words ni inn mil nil nrwriMimnnnr tween tho common divisions of our ancestry, for it is testimony" to paved tho way for tho Declaration nrnffifflnrwrniTTiwrPTirFinfirnTirrPfrriiiini'T'frniiiTi'nTiinfrfnirriiiii great country. And I am going to prove my claim. On my father's of Independence. Tho South CaroC. Calhoun. come to that reason in a minute, side I am descended, from a group lina Irishman. John As a boy, down South, thero woro of men who went from Now Eng-tw-o first raised tho slogan of nullificasongs that stirred nro as no land to Kentucky and tho names of tion, and it was anothor Irishman, other songs could ono was a song these men were Lyon and Cobb, Andrew' Jackson, of Tennessee, who that I loved and one a song that which is a ianisn corruption or swore by tho eternal to hang him I hated, and ono of these songs was O'Connor, and Machcn, and Clen-th- o higher than Haman if ho carried battle hymn of tho South, "Dix-- , denin, and O'Hara. and Glenn, out his plan. leland," and the other was "MaTCh- - which is a corruption of Glynn. Tonight you havo heard"a tribute Ing Through Georgia." But once what a hot hunch of and a deserved one, to little Phil Tho Congressional district in which Sheridan, of the North, but I want upon a timo when I was a wandering piper came to tho town I was born and whero I used to to couplo his name with that of a whero I lived, a man who spoke live has thirteen counties ' in it. Southern Irishman, tho son of an with a brogue and played With one. Listen to tho names of theso thir- Irish refugee, Pat Cleburne, of And ho carried undor his arm a teen counties: Marshall, Calloray, Arkansas, ono of tho most gallant d wlord contraption which to mo Graves, TUcCracken, Lyon, teadors that tho civil war produced. to bo, a compound of two ston, Caldwell, Trigg, Crittenden, Pat Cleburno died on ono of tho m : Aching poles stuck in a Dallard, Hickman, Fultpn, Carlisle bloodiest battlefields of Christenbotlo, and ho snuggled it to his thirteon counties and all but two dom in his stocking feet becauso as "ho rode into battlo that mornbreast and it squawked out its. of 'them havo Irish names, octasy, and then ho played on it a What is truo of my own section ing ho saw ono of his Irish hoys tuno called "Garryowen." And as ' of Kentucky is truo of the rest of from Little Rock tramping barefootn. ho played it I found that my toes tho States. Daniel Boono has been ed over the frozen furrows of a wintry cornfield and leaving tracks ungiea msiuo my snoes, ana my, called tho first explorer of throbbed drew it could tucky and behind said he was 2 STORES 235-3- 9 W. Jefferson only throb to as I thought "Dlrie." of English it has beenBoth of thoso of blood boots andhim. So hosoldier He 234 W. Market off his tho air of hade tho descent, And I took counsel with raysolf and statements put them on. and fifteen! minutes are wrong. Daniel said, "Why 13 it that I wno call Boono was not the first explorer of later . ho went to his God in his n myself a pure should Kentucky. Tho first man to exploro stocking feet. Raleigh laid down DgmftflffifiaaffiiHsa be thrilled by an Irish air?" So Kentucky was an Irishman by tho his coat before Good Queen Bess, 4&frt4rtQQ44&4M4&&44 I set out to determine tho reason namo of John Flnley. But before and has been immortalized for his for it. And this .is the kind of him was still anothor Irishman by chivalry, but I think a moro courtly Home Phone City 4330 I found out I was: My tho namo of McBride James deed was that of tho gallant Irish was o the strain, tho breed Bride. Ho lingers 1n Stato history man, Pat Cloburno, for ono was of Black Douglas of Scotland, as as a shadowy figure, but r liko to kowtowing beforo Toyalty and tho Scotch as haggis, and rebels, all of think of him as. a chap, other had in his heart only thought them, descendants of men who fol- - with a riflo in ono hand. and fulness and humility for tho common man afoot. tho fortunes, of Bonnie Prince sibly a demijohn in the other, Sam Houston, the first President and her mother lived in a Ing out through tho trackless in North Carolina, ono of orness alone and landing from his of tho Lono Star State, was a Ton- five counties whero up to 1820 canoe on what was afterward to bo nessee Irishman, Irish through attd LGaelio was not only tho language of known as tho Dark and Bloody through, and tho present President the peoplo in tho street, but "Was Ground. Aside from his name, it is of tho United States, a Southerner tho official language of tho courts, proven that he was an Irishman by also, is half Irish. Ono of tho onost FINE WINES. BEER. LIQUORS AND CIGARS 1311) It was in that selfsame part of tho legendary circumstances that distinguished members of tho Su- North Carolina that thero lived Immediately after coming ashore ho prome Court In Teoont years was a some of tho men who, nearly a year carved his namo in deep and o Kentucky Irishman, John M. Har our Declaration of Indo- - Ing letters in tho hark of tho largest lan, and today two of tho men who t pondence was drawn up, wrote and beech trco of tho forest, and claimed sit on that tribunal aro Irishmen signed tho Mecfilenburg Doolara- - all of tho land that lay within his White, of Louisiana, tho dis- sareaffii!KM?ffg5HW( tion, which was the first battlo-- 1 vision aB Ills own, and shot an tinguished and honored Chief Juscry raised for American indopend"- -' Indian or two and went on Oils way tice, and McRoynolds, of Tennessee. mMtHWHMHWWWWMWWWVWWWWWVWWWVWW ence. I could go on for hours, if your KK&2 On tho other side I found, rejoicing. As for Daniel Boone, tho patience held out and my throat by investigation, that my father's great pathfinder, ho really was ran back straight and unbroken scended from tho lino of Buhun. telling of tho achievements of Irishto a thatched cottago on tho green which is Norman-Irisand his men and of the imperishable records side of a hill in the Wicklow mother was'a Morgan, and his wifo that Irishmen havo left on the hisMountains, Nand hia peoplo likewise was a Bryan, and his father was an tory of that part of tho Union from Is the ever willing servant of these who which I camo, but to call tho roll of had somo kinsmen in Gaiway, and Irish Catholic. Eomojn Dublin, , with whom,-- , fol- - Tho records show that nearly .the great. jnon.who havo done great ' will use it, giving them power to trans NATIONAL CANDY COMPANY lowing tho quaint custom of their of that dauntlesa Ht- - things and won achievement and land, they were accustomed to tako tie band who undor tho leadership fame south of Moson'a and Dixon's mit their voice over a net-wor- k of wires tea and fight afterwards. I found of George Itogers Clark, an Irish-- I line since thero was such a lino, Manufacturers of almost- - liko running had a collateral ancestor, wno was man. waded through tho flooda to would he to many points in the State of KenHs.' out with tho plkea In tho '98 and tako Vlncennes and thoroby won all through tho parish registers of tho tucky and elsewhere. ho was taken prisoner and .tried tho great Northwest Territory- away counties of Ireland, both North and for high crimcB and misdemeanors from tho British and gave to tho South. Indeed. In my opinion, it against tho British Government, and American colonies what today Is tho Is not altogether topography or Economical Efficient Reliable Service v&a sentenced to bo hanged by tho richest part of the.v United States, geography or climate that has made Louisvillt, Ky. Wtnztl and Miin St., 1 the South what it la and given it neck until ho twis dead and- might woro Irlshmon not Scotch-IrisGod nave mercy on Wa soul! And nor English-Irisbut plain Irish-h- e thoso distinguishing characteristics wnlch adorn it. Tho soft speech of was hanged by. who woro Irish I ne was 'dead, and Ithe neck until trlots men instinct andTobols and pa- - the Southerner, his warm heart andl by am sure God born adven'jGmiicPragoff George L. Dnnforth did have mercy on his soul, for that turers by reason of tho blood which Dis not ne&n, ms readiness xo a fight and to forgivo his opon, ran in their veins. The first soul of his wont marching INCORPORATED g to his popple, of whom ment of Catholics ponent afterward, his veneration for I am proud to bo ono, tlhe desire beyond the Allegheny Mountains women's chastity and his lovo for to rebel against oppression and was not located i tho North but tho ideals of his native land all tyranny. I had three great grand- - In the South, and in my own Stato thoso are herltaj&s of his Irish an BIJRB fathers, two of then! Irish and one of Kentucky at that. It, endures cestry, transmitted to him through Tho North has of them Scotch, who woro Itovolu- - today, after having given to this .two generations. Representing Over $50,000,000 CapHat tlonary soldiers, and I had a father country ono of its greatest and most. put her heroes on a pension, but u.t. put hers on a pedes Bishop tho South has who was a Confederate soldier. And scholarly churchmen, YOUR BUSINESS. RESPECTrULLY SOLICITED facts, too,I am, quite proud, Spaulding. The children of the pio-f- tal. Thero is not a Southern ham- Both Phones ! Mi flndS that my strain, being neors of Kentucky, almost without let of any size today that haa not N. E. Corner 3rd and Main Irish1, is always intent either on exception, learned their first lessons reared a bronze or marble or granmonument to He- own trying to run under tho teachings of w n trvinc to' null itthe government or In log cabins hut Rifted race of men. ite tho civil war, and there defendors Home Phone 7428 Give Me Call In is scarce down. that atranee people of the' wandering 'Irish schoolmasters,. a Southern homo whore at tho Youf the Norxnera States are prou-- of who founded tno old field schools knees of tho mother tho children Shields, ,'tfae .son of .an Irish end- - of the South and to whom, the South aro not taught to rovero tho memgrant;-- , who, ,1k jny memory. ,scrve8 M largely indebted for tho seeds ofc ories and Tomomhor fhe, deeds of Leo and. Jackson and Forrest, tho Uniee" of three, "American Conimoa'-Irishmen from Kentucky, yirr Tennessee Irishman, and Morgan, Pennsylvania asd Maryland the Kentuoky"IrIshnaa, audi WashwftHJMt'Bl was United" States (Sen- ington and Light Horse ;Jferry Leo bore tho ..JKjv Mor from. H three. pBvt I like to pana hrunt of the Western r, 7Ut l j in 1812 against tho. Britten.' of pother Ir&unaa, Mathow ' (Cofitlnu'on page G.) Lyon by tMwae, the eo of au hum- - Irihcwn from Keatu-cfefell thtck WRITING For commercial use and WRAPPING Practical lor all kinds of busi ROOFING Sheathing ness. Envelopes. ono-who- - -- PIONER CONCRETE COMPANY Manager. be-ca- Plastering d Building Carpet Felts, etc. J PAPER BAGS Concrete Construction I Repair Work 2400 ELIilOTT AVENUE - Louisville Paper-- Co. Thirteenth and Maple. MANY PHONES. .5 o, fcttWtfWflM SPIC AND SPAN the wel-welco- DEA.T AdCIIIE JEAnVHHH Anglo-Saxo- Amer-litoratu- ro poet-pries- -- C&J -4--26 jKJrstJf Rugs, Carpets, Wall Paper Ken-tucki- an Ken-tucki- an . runa-Sout- popu-brai- n, W.MARKET HUBBUCK BROS. WELLENDORFF Anglo-Saxon- s, LOUISVILLE,, KY. ' YOU CAN'T - BETTER ANYWHERE. LIBERAL TERMS, CANDIES? WHY . Sullivan & Brach Anglo-Saxon- s! half-grow- n, Rudolph OF & Bauer Living-seeme- Cafe and Restaurant hot-wat- er j OOOK1S3 Ken-hea- rt 427 W. Market St, Louisville, Ky. . Anglo-Saxo- Anglo-Saxo- n Mc-mot- HENRY HUNGLD red-hair- ed pos-low- JOHN W. M. CONWAY com-Charl- wild-coun- ty GROCERY and CAFE Home Phone City "3 I et.il endur-befor- 4 800 St. Catherine Street. THE HOME TELEPHONE do-li- . h, FranK fl. Menne Factory three-fourt- - BRAND CONFECTION! - h, h, I Louisville Home telephone Company oe-g- in settle-transmitti- ng English-speakin- . Danforth and Co., Agents INRURANCB john mm: XojpTille, I of-thes- pr ' Irjah-descend- d MATT Q AGAN Cigars, aa4 Oak I fia, earn-thin- k: ' , Corner mi&ity ctml Main Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Bts : a JCK3Sr'XtIJOICTC I Do You Believe in Protecting Your Family? FV ; IWItt AAJJBtr03V: GKAJ MIIXE FA1LTHK ; ', ' ! but what have you done towards carrying out your good intentions and your idea of your duty to your wife and little ones? Good intentions arc all right when acted upon, but if not carried into effect, they will not buy the necessaries of life for your loved ones whon you are .dead and gone. Many a widow and orphan are today Buffering as the result of the carelcssencss and procrastination of the husband and father whose intentions were good, but who failed to carry them out. You will of course answer the question "Yes, X X J FONTANA Mftirwca hih ism i nam jtmiiriarTlj ISil? r''sttSSa BROS'. lNCOnrOllATKD ' IW ,. ! ; J ! What Kind of a Husband and-Fathe- r arc Yau? ri If the right kind, act now when you can, for tomorrow may never come S to you. A JUIC insurance I'Ollcy will xaivC your piace in pruviuinn piu' tection for your loved ones when you are called away. I?ct us show yon the comparatively small cost, xclepnonc uio company anu our Ageni will laKc pleasure in explaining me cost ui mu umciuiu luuua ui puuct. Commonwealth Life Insurance Co. 106-11- 0 Fine Wines and Liquors ," BISON HEARD IN UNITED STATES. To keep alive the fow romaining herds of bison the United States Government has set area in Yellowstone I'ark, Where thoy are fed and cared for. A. SOOTT BULLITT. IRISHMEN IN THE SOUTHLAND. 1 Sew Home Office Louisville, Ky. HomeXity 8120-812- 1 S. Fittii St. , Best Cigars and Tobacco. apart a laTgo , , CumK Main 383 S. KAY. 403 THIRD AVENUE ' 31 x DARWIN W. JOHNSOH, J: D.. POWERS, Secretary & Treasurer. rrcsiuent. LOUIS G. RUSSELL, HOMANS, I. SMITH Mgr. Industrial Dept. Asst. Sec'y & Actuary t . Boulod, Cfturliv At.iArnnv A Smti RiillHt haa always gono In for politics as ho has for athletics, in a whole--i entjiuslastic fashion. -- v- VVV1VVV WULKOP, President. C. H. C. W. STOECKER, CARL A. YANN, Cashier. Vice-Preside- STOCK YARDS BANK CAPITAL STOCK, SURPLUS EARNED, Up-to-d- $100,000.00 $75,000.00 Safety Vault Recently Installed. Most Modern and Rent. Safety Deposit Boxes All Sizes-F- or TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations Solicited, lntcrebt Allowed on Time Deposits. County Clerk Pres S. Ray baa been requested by many of his Home Phone City 7868. LOUISVILLE, KY. (Continued from page 4.) friends to announce his candidacy to the ofllco of for and Francis Waribn, the Irish County Clerk, subject to tho action Swamp Fox of the Carollnas. I POR'ST. PATRICK'. DAY IMPORTED IRISH POTEEN. believe as firmly as I ibelievo anything on earth that for that veneration, for that lore of 'heroism and for that joying in tho ideals of its soil, tho South is indebted mainly Jos. Hubbuch, Sr. Seb. 0. Hubbuch John A. Hubbuch to the Irish blood that courses through tho vein3 of its sons and BSa j 'j iSlb of its daughters. No, ladies and gentlemen, tho lost Irish tribes of tho South are not lost; thoy aro not lost any more than tho "wild geoso" that flew across tho Channel from Ireland were lost. They are not lost any more than tho McMahons who went to France, or tho O'Donnells who Dealers In went io Spain, or the Simon Bolivars and the 0'IUgglns who wont to South America, or tho O'FarrelJs and tho O'Briens who went to Cuba. V- Joseph Hubbuch, Sr. & Sons. CVa Twlni An wf Vt r & L. B, Hudson, C. McCandles, B, S. Mattingly, DIRECTORS: W. Hume Logan, 0. H. Wulkop, J. F. Oertel, Cor. Main and Johnson jj ,, Sts. - "M444'W r&&&Wa&&&attt " KELLER'S GROCE RY -- 'r - WHERE This dangerous sport, consisting of standing on a plank attached to a SQimiB CIIAKLES O. TTRELKIt, F. H. Embry, rope to a motorboat going thirty W. L. Kennett, Ono of the present candidates for miles an hour, Is popular with tho $ C. W. Stocckcr coast guards, and Mr. Bullitt could a Domocratlc nomination 19 Squire bo seen almost any day last fall Louisville, Ky. vielng wi,tl tho life savors as to nounced his candidacy for Judge of tho Jefferson County VCourt. boforo taking an inovltablo somcr- eault Into tho river. II0 ?'", champion lightweight of . tho old Louisville Athletic Club, Captaln-an- d later coach 9 SoUool football teams, a of tho High crack foot-X College, ball player at (Prinooton a and while In, Germany tho year g bofpro tho war broko ut, wltli his In the Gorman army, x brother-in-la- w 9 bo "flew" In "a war Zeppelin over ' Berlin and Potsdam, remaining I X v him In a bathing suit "surf-planinon tho Ohio Tiver near tho water works on a crisp November day. th0, Southern g" tion at Ing picture which attracted attentho Alamo recently uhowNd strain that can not be extinguished and it lives today, thank Ood, in the attributes and the habits and people. "H? Jo uJl 2' yat, L'tfv t onnM to P,r1 ? i 2 hi WALL PAPER, CARPETS AND RUGS Home Phone, City 4300 U24-2- 6 quJ0 a rd la hfs prcscnt offlco 'Ho Is a member of tho Moso Green club and othor Domocratlc organl- 'zations and takea a promlnont part pa,ifrn8. .ui.. Tpinwmrv In nil m-m-. West Market Street 'r AUVMO THKATDK. OLD McKENNA WHISKEY Henry Last fall he stumped tho State mH for President Wilson, and mot with a 6uch cordial inceptions that ho was Q also sent by the State Committee x for speeches In Virginia and In-dlana. Of his speech in Franklin y county tho Franklin Favorito taw X in tho tfourso of a long editorial entitled "A Great Speech:" "Already wo have heard Gov. SHAWNEE HOME X Brough and Congressman Heflln and Barkley, a trio of statesmen PHONE 3226. 9 and scholars, and on Monday the A voters wero privileged to hear Col. He A. cott Bullitt, of Louisville. 9 epoko as only can those who add X acquired Information to a splendid 5 native intelligenoo, and made not 9 onlv votes fortho ticket, but hun-Soathtvot Corner TwBly. Sixth and MnBzine. X dreds of personal friends among the pooplo who wero pleased to hear .jNjuijjjrj'tjtjf'HjL.jj'iKii Qlm KeatuckV( outsido of Lonls-ville, is hearing tho first of Scott Bullitt, hut by no moans tho last." Tho Henry County Local said of his speech in Now Castle: "Tho Hon. A. Scott Bullitt, the. distinguished young lawyer of LouisIb never sold in any form bilt PUKE AND STltAIGllT ville, made tho speech closing the It is highly recomuicnded for nicdiclhal purposes. Our campaign at New Castle. It was prices arc as low as the lowest. In tho nature of a reply to the speech of Mr. Ed Morrow tho week Mr. Bullitt la strong in before. argument, speaks - fluently and la perfectly (familiar with tho facts and issues of tho campaign. Tho speech was hlghly satds factory to 131 Avenue. tho Democrats. It boro fruit. Tho largo auditorium was filled and many could not get In." , CUMB. WEST 70S Assistant County Attorney John HOME SHXWNEE 1029 L. Sullivan, who was for many years with tho L. and N, railroad and for six years Clerk of the Chancery Court under Judge Mlllor, has heen associated with Mr. Bullitt ' Attorney's ofllco In the County . . since his first election and is a source of great political strength Fine Wine and Pure Liquors for Medicinal .and to him. They, have never gotten quarrels embroiled in personal Family Use a Speciality. within tho party, and have tho support of all elements of tho local WARM LUNCH AT ALL HOURS Domocracy. Every year aft or a IV ' AJStT t&TJVWTBQ. l'JCeS. Democratic nomination has been mado thoy work night and day for tho success of the party at tho polls, and' are regarded by other candidates as a sort of party asset In a fight against the common CUMB. PHONE HOME PHONE enemy. It is generally admitted by all factions that Mr. Bullitt will 6042 3092 havo no opposition in the primary, as no lawyer with any political extr perience could be prevailed on to bo made a "goat" of and mako a hopeless race. H ulnft. "Vvvot" i wo hoiim. KWAUTY KOUNTS! X : 9'' ........... Bosquet's FIRST CLASS FRESH MEATS. Old Blue House. S. Fourth Xw"1"" W. A. SMITH Fancy Grocery and Cafe 1. OORNKR 20tlx CHRIST GRQTE would ounn iiastv: I CAFE" AND BOWLING ALLEYS -F- INEST ALLEYS IN THE SOUTH- -8 41 WEST JEFFERSON STREET h4 t - S,' J I It would bo an excellent thine if all the States in the Union had a law similar, to that now before Legislature. . Prithe Missouri marily It proposes to prevent hasty marriages, commonly termed runaway romances, by requiring that all applications for marriage licenses shall .he filed and "published, and that no such license shall be issued until ten days after such application. The requirement of publication given suoh publicity to .the application that those who have leaal cwrfodv of minora likely to learn of th purpose tfea latter and interpose their u tfcorttT agalMit th loenano of the arB-mnt I ofiPlB Tho Alamo Theater ii rapidly earning tho title as one of tho dispicture houses of tho tinctive South, the greatest film productions being presontod thoro and tho patrons of this show house see the best in Mono picture lanu, coupiea wltlv tho most famous stars. 'ManDEALERS IN ager Fred J Dollo da thoroughly experienced in his business and gives the public tho finest film productions to bo had. Every star of note may be seen here in famous Impersonations, and thoro is never a performance without some fine educational 'feature upon the programme as well. Tho Alamo is exTry our Leading Brands of Wines and quisitely furnished and, decorated and tho staff of tho houso noted . Liquors and our Full Line of Imported for courtesy and attention to tho wants of Its patrons. Visitors will and Domestic Cigars. Everything New find this tho most delightful place In town for amusement tho proand Clean. Home Phone City 4374. gramme constantly changing and bonio new- and popular attraction offerod dally. Too much credit can not bo given Manager Dollo for Fifth tho manner in which ho conducts this splendid place of amusement. Ho T8 always catering to tho taste M444rt$W44iQ4)44&l4 .of the public, and no effort Is Squire Wheeler is universally pop- - spared to sustain the enviable repu-tii- r tatlon the Alamo has attained for wih iit ninjsK iitwi In tho Democratic party and he and producing tho newest, finest and 'his friends and supporters aro meet- - most artistic Alms released by tho ing with much encouragement. As big moving picturo corporations of a Magistrate ho. has earned tho this country. praiso of all navlng dealings in nis OAIiliKJ) TO JIKWAKD. court for his Btrict sense of fairFifth Market Street, Bet. Fourth ness and justice and won frqm tho legal profession The Holy Name parish suffered a for his knowledge of tho law. real loss hy tho death of John J. Squlro Wheeler la a lawyer by pro-- Sullivan at his homo, 2803 Fourth fesslon, having been admitted to avenue, tfhera ho had suffered with tho bar seren years ago, and dur- - OhrlBtian fortitude through long Ing his terms as Magistrate has Illness. For years ho had boon over 25,000 cases, which is gaged in' tho contracting business qulto a record in Jefforson county and was one of tho oliartor mom-an- d BOTH PHONES 1164. certainly a record for his dis-- bers and a Director of the Avery Ixan Association, trict. As a Democrat Squlro Wheolor Building and has always been found on tho fight- - Ifo was also a founder of Russell ing lino for the success of Domoc- -, Lodgo, Knights and Ladies of f In all campaigns, and many curlty, and for seventeen years had Decidedly of Survlv-Jurtl- y of the voters bellovo that ho is been entitled to tho nomination Ing him are hfs wife, Mrs. S. F. as Judge of tho Jefferson County Sullivan, and three daughters, Mrs. If. L. Roberts, Mrs. J. J. Clary and Oourt. Mrs. If. II. Ennis. Tho funeral was bold Saturday morning, Rev. Fathor AGAIN AT DESK;. John O'Connor celobratlng the reChief Desk Sergeant James Car- quiem high mass. roll is again on duty at police headquarters, following a serious illness THE OLDEST T7TE1LVX. he of appondioftfs, during which undorwent ah operation1 at St. Tho oldest veteran at tho SolInifrmary, diers' Homo In Milwaukee ds Sergeant Thomas Kelly, who has just u. SITUATIO.V, ILLOGICAL rounded out his 102nd yoar. Ho is a native of County Roscommon, Many aro yet puzzled over the Ireland, and camo to this country European war. There is England-gr- oat, when ninoteen years old the voymighty and magnanimous age across the Atlantic taking over England Bhedding her best blood seven weens' time. At tho .start In buckotsful for tho simple asser- of tho civil war Mr. Kolly was In JNCOItrO HATED tion of the rights of the smaller St. Louta and joined- - Company A, yet she persists Seventh Missouri Infantry, serylag nationalities, and After' beIn outraging, coercing and robbing under Gen. MoPherson. the weakest and most helpless na- ing wounded in UVj blockade at -- , tionality of them all. It is rather Jackson, Miss., he was raised to a curious situation, to Bay the very tho rank of Sergeant. Despite his least, and a most illogical one. advanced age he ds active dally, Out England is. a law unto herself, read his prayerbook and still enand never did and apparently never joys hte pipe. a W$44$444WMi4444$-4'S- ' : will care ono fig for the public DRIVES AWAY INSECTS. opinion oi me wane 'inw as not FiNE COUNTER LUNCH HOME PHONE J391 Ireland's war, yet ehe suffers "from ' it to an extent whloh American can To purify the ' air of offices or :: scarcely realize. $oafc a few ..pieces of brown paper, in a solution of salt- I! peter apd allow them to dry. When KILLED THK TIGERS. . desired for uee handful of Jones 'had conceived a grudge flowers of lavender, which can be against O'Conner and sought fora gotten at any drug store, on a tin Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco. way to pay him out pan with a few pieces of the paper my, O'Oeaxnr," he .saw, "you and Hght. 'The aroanaie refreshing I remember you told me you had and agreeable and drives away' Bai BallvScors of American Association Afrioaf- - Well. Sraatei tiger in If hot water is procurable National and American LcagtMs. teU me there. are a fiw drees of oil,of tayemder in & Sniltt so tigers there." very hot water i good. It glees ef- . "Qmte Tiefet, quite .rigkt," said ttttHes .the air'ut 'oee ? O'Cobbot ttMir, " I killed then feotttauy rM the roofs of ,nJee mm teeeete of all ktaa: , 444sm$Mfr44$' F. B. Horstman & Co. I CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS B IfiiSBBBBB - Southwest Corner and Green Streets.: I I -- s WM. F. MAYER and son-coniU- on-tri- ..FURNITURE.. So-ra- Secretary-Treasure- r. I 44 The Distillers, . ' X the Finest Quality FORTUNA WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND Jo-sop- h's t od Phil Hollenbach Co. $ Louisville, Ky. f sick-roo- lya Sexfcons Gafe w ll- Wt te. ' e-- f -- ad -- vi . Jt : .. .?' l'v qoir. .fix(A,jbjEamtiiv $ ,, j A r . &. 'w 'A f tt f' r .1 , ' '.' . HtfiSH , iSria(?J " jKBKcqrtjpiCY 1917 August Primary . .' " - " " -- . .iewam 19f7 STS. MARY AND ELIZABETH HOSPITAL. S. F. Crecelius CANDIDATE' FOR County Surveyor. SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Com-Ccl-Sar The Great Spring Tonic On Sale at All Drug Stores Situated at Twelfth and Magnolia and Conducted by the Sisters of Nazareth enmeshed and dominated that they are afraid to open their mouths In defense of the church' and the patriotism, shown by the long list of patriots Who gave their life in the HlAoUy 'iVciirliiK Krult anil 'Hurting service of our country. Kd'ort Miulo by liish Catholics in This unfortunate' affair is but 1'iwgrcss in Southern liuihliiiR Mugulflcent another of the many examuples which prove that wo can bo 'none States. tbo vigilant "and actlvo In counter acting by a sano propaganda of en lightenment and defense the sin Splendid, Stand Taken by Atlanta ister forces that seek to stlgmatlzo InconiprcheuSiblo Monuments of Catholic citizens and mako pariahs Constitution in Catholic Stupidity Past Governments of those professing tho Catholic C. B. of C.V. faith. Itehalf. Made Possible.' Cliui-ches- . - $1.00 For 3 Boxes Lasts 3 Months Dakota-Jac- k IMPORTANT of all the Georgia nowspapers with so politically but few exceptions WONDERFUL ,,; FRED T. HEFFERNAN ' ' WhUemoon v . . Remedy Company. 011s Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. H$444'$4$S4:$e Home Phone City 2578-7- 444 BAILIFF I03lVIOE i" CANDIDATE FOR -- ' " :rl . t OOXJIfcO? 1 K::::::i:::wo::: TRY NICK'S 10 CENT LOAF Wrapped in Waxed Paper. Cumb South TUIIIUTH TO SISTERS. 2100 L1' o '. ti ., I John Wallace bettor IUshop Kelley Donned' the Gray and "Capt. Jack" Crawford, a known In- Proof of Attachment of the Irish noted dian fighter of early frontier days, Served the Confederate People to, Ancient ' week at his died last home at Cause. Faith. Woodraven, L. I. Capt. Crawford wrote a, number of plays, stories and. poems and was known as the V "Poet Scout." Ho was chief of DAl'GHTKRS OF COXKKDKRACV. scouts under Gen. Custer at tho WITHOUT HISTORIC PARAIiLKD. time of the Custer massacre, but It Is said that the. was on his way to Custer's headquarters with disThero have been those who have patches when this event took place. "Church Building in Ireland" is sought to minimize the .Importance Later ho played an active part in the subject of a sympathetic and the pursuit of Sitting Bull. He was V of tha campaigns of 3 not a Catholic. Several years 'ago, lengthy illustrated article in tho Fourth and Central Louisville, Ky. V Watson and bigots of his type and during the A. I. A. movement, Builder. The loss of the ancient have questioned the propriety and Capt. "Jack" paid tho following Catholic churches to tho new SProt-esta- nt utility of a Catholic campaign of Episcopal church at the tlmo defense. That they have been quite beautiful tribute to our good nuns: mistaken in this attltudo Is brought Is "Oh, friends, oh, friendsj theirs of tho Reformation and the "enora noble work! How many a vet- mous disabilities and disadvantages" homo quite strikingly in an occurrence of very recent date recorded eran of the war, who wore the blue under which Catholics suffered durDOES YOUR TOBACCO CARRY THE UNION LABEL? In the columns of the Atlanta Con or the gray, can yet recall the ing tho penal times are pointed out. touch stitution. Wo quote the statement, soothinglay uponof a Sister's d hand, These laws will, says the Builder, as he tho always be summarizing as it does the main as one of the THESIS BRANDS DO. couch of a hospital? Can we ever Incomprehensible monuments of liir facts of the occurrence: forget their sympathetic eyes, their justice which the stupidity of past Smokintr Tobacco City Club Crushed Cubes. Full "Quite a furore has been created words of encour- governments made possible. Natural Leaf. Chewing Tobacco- - On the Square, Cup, In JIacon over the action of the low, The 4. Pay.roe By Twist, Strnter's Natural Leaf Plus, Srrntcr's Natural T local Confederate veterans in refus agement and cheer, when the result greatest proof of the attachment of between life and tho great mass of . struggle Leaf Twist, High Boiler Twist, Torchlight. ing to participate in the Memorial of the yet population to hung In the balance? their ancient faith theafforded tn tho Is day exorcises tills year if the Daugh- death THESE BRANDS ARE ENTITLED TO YOUR SUPPORT ters of the -- Confederacy permit Oh, how often, how often have I fact that the penal laws not only good Sister railed to eliminate Catholicism, but Uishop Kelley, of Savannah, to be followed tho form of tho Manufactured by eyes, Valentla the speaker of the day. The vet- she movedwith my sunken cot to as fdld not even Impair Its strength. away from my tho TUe repeal of the iniquitous legerans have sent a letter, signed by cot STRATER BROTHERS TOBACCO C0.r BRANCH of another sufferer, and I islation sixty of their number, to Mrs. to brought an opbreathed from tho most sacred portunityreferred which Irish Catholics INCORPORATED. Grace, In which they de depths of Walter J. beating of clare Bishop Kelley is a Catholic the fervent my faintly'God bless heart wero not slow la availing themprayer: her! selves. JONES BUILDING. 319 PAUL It was followed, we arc and not patriotic and that unless God less her!' My friends, I am Incorporated the invitation is recalled they will not n. Catholic, but I stand ready nt told, by "an era of church building Comb. Mala 415 not take part in the exercises .this Stone City 405 which, taking into consideration tho LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. any and all times to defend those disparity of wealth and population year. my life, for of Great Britain and Ireland, has tfrfr-H-- l M H ""Mrs. Grace on March 2 issued a noble women, even with & life to them." statement in which she said that l owo that writer of this noble tri- no parrallel In modern history." May the d Bishop Then tho Kelley effort delivered the which resulted in tho completion of Memorial day address in Atlanta bute have a bed In heaven! Armagh Cathedral is. cited as typlast year and because he Is a ConCINCINNATI. ical of the efforts of which many of federate veteran and did his part by' taking a policy the new In the struggle back in the sixties are tho The Sixth annual St. Patrick's Begun in churches took thirty-thre- result. e 1840, it the Daughters decided to Invite him day dinnor of Irish Fellowship Club years to erect, whilst to speak here on April 26. The of Cincinnati will tako place this Is due to tho zeal its adornment tin mm Him ill iTlillnii Daughters of the Confederacy is a evening Cardinal at the Hotel Gibson, and Logue. Roviewlng theof wonderful organization, number IN THE the plans formulated are an assur- effort mado by Irish Catholics in ing among its members women of all different beliefs and for that ance that it will be the biggest and tho building of churches, tho Buildreason the religious mattor did not most successful In the history of er says: Inter-Southe- rn building "The Armagh, enter into question when the invita that organization. The Irish Fellowof now tion was extended to Bishop ship Clubyear is passing through Queonstown and other of tho great its sixth of existence and has churches of Ireland Is as remarkOnly four American Life Companies have more Business in Force. Kelley." Thero are, however, two consol- a membership of 85, with now able as tho completion of St. Peter's Clean, Strong, Progressive. JAMES R. DUFFIN, President. ing moments to bo considered in members constantly being admitted. at Rome or St. Paul's In London, this otherwise unfortunate affair: Each year tho Irish Fellowship Club as tho ono was made possible by .the K$5"S$$?33S4'$h5,3S,'S3 the one is the sano attitude adopted selects one of Its prominent mem-er- s offerings of half of Christendom and as its guest of honor at the the wealth of .mediaeval Rome, and by the Daughters of the ConfedGOING TO BUY A. HOME? eracy and the other is the noble St. Patrick's day dinner, and the tho other was assisted by tho Im stand' taken by the foremast news- honor this year falls to John P. position or many dues by tho city paper of the South rtn commenting Brennan, who was the .originator of London and the funds of the upon It. It Is .the Atlanta Consti- and first President of the club. Established Church, whilo tho Ca& tution, from on editorial of which, President Richard Crane will be tho thedrals of Ireland have been chiefly BRAND-FRAZIER COMPANY. wrltton by Clark Howell, the editor, toastmaster and Gov. Cox will be built out of tho offorlngs of tho peasantry of Ireland. Armagh Cawo quote the most trenchant parts. one of the orators. New Tops, Recover Tops, Cushions and Trimmings, buj and sell Jlcal Instate. Mako lenses and take The Irish Women's Ftllowshlp thedral has cost 250,000 in all up "In refusing," ho writes, "to " withdraw their invitation to Bishop Club will celebrate with a banquet to the present time." care of your property. Make appraismcuts, and ar- - . Wood Work on Bodies, Dents taken out of bodies, Spring The Builder also saya that: Kelley to deliver the Confederate at the Business Men's Club. Dr. '. ' . range for Auction sales. AH kinds Cathedrals which and axle work and all kinds of blacksmithing. Memorial day address at Macon, as Nora Crotty will will be toastmls- - "Among other requested by sixty members of the tress and Miss Mary Agnes McCar havo been built dn Ireland are those of vehicles made to order. Both Phones 928. Confederate Veterans Association in thy will respond to the toast, "Ire- of Queonstown, which stands like a sentinel on the fairway of the great BOTH PHONES that city, solely becauso the Bishop land and Why We Zovo Her." ItKALTY BUILDING 614-61- 6 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Atlantic liners, and'on which 250,-00- 0 is a Itoman Catholic, the ladies of havo :been expended; Killarney, the Macon Memorial Association are FISIliatV DISPUTE. eminently in the right. And their The Canadian Government has a fine example of Pugin's skill, cost $ ing 180,000; and Monnghan. built stand evinces a dogree of broad- - adopted measures that would at a cost of lo0,000. Kilkenny, mindedness that is commendable. vent our fishing fleets from (Hero follows a, statement of the tinuing under the American flag a simple and pleasing Cathedral, affair.) The Vomen, however, and the mattor now rests with our cost 60,000, and about tho same 'stood pat,' and by an overwhelming Fisheries Bureau. American fishing amount lias been expended on tho voto refused to recall the Invita- fleets on both oceans are said to b Cathedral at Limerick. Other CaMANUFACTURER OF Wholesale and Retail Dealer in tion to Bishop Keiloy. The women confronted with going under Can- thedrals have been erected in LonLetterkenny, Thurles, were right;, and the men were adian registry or forfeiting many donderry, wrong. What bettor vindication of privileges at Canadian ports. Seven Sllgo, Lougurea and Longford, bethe position of the Macon D. A. R--'s vessels in the Pacific ocean have sides a long list of parochial could be afforded than by harking already changed to Canadian reg- churches in every district of. Ireback to the records of half a cen- istry, and Shipping Board is land, tho erection of which has been tury ago, when Bishop Kelley as a understood the have Tecelved onany mado possible both .by gifts of money and offerings in, kind, takREPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ALL REFRIGERATOR MEATS young stripling, radiant with patriot-Is- applications to owners of from volunteered in defenso of the other Ashing craft the both the At ing the shape of material, cartage, in PJtxoxxG ' . Confederate cause, donned a gray lantic and Pacific for authority to etc" Bet. Green and Walnut 402 Fifth Avenue. It is stated that in the diocese of Uniform and from beginning to the surrender American registry. 1C16 CanDublin alone no less than 751,834 end of the war rendered ibrllllant ports, to be o service to Tils country? He was a adian orders reportedDominion acting has been .spent upon church hulld-In- g the Govf under during tho last fifty years. Roman Catholic then, Just as ho la ornment, haveofTefused to sell 'bait, now. That fact did not disbar coal, other supplies, and even food 3IAKI.VG HO.MK LARGER. him (from, patriotic service then. to crews of American flsnlng craft nor should it now. The women of "HOME INDUSTRY" wero sold in CanSaturday afternoon the city Macon showed the instinct of true unless the catch womanhood and patriotism in. their ada instead of the United States. building department issued a perManufacturers of and Dealers in spunky response to the recalcitrant The Gloucester fleet ie Tepprted also mit for tho erection of two addito ihave been harassed by British' tions and a (basement to St. Jo veterans, which reflects infinite vessels on the Grand Banks,- It la seph's Orphan Home on Frankfort credit upon them." Govim ,The Atlanta Constitution is to said that tho , Canadian boats avenue. Tills will be a great$41,-00- 0, provement and will cost about be complimented on this brave and ernment wants the American I as Henry E. Crawford MAGISTRATE I anti-Cathol- TRY A' LOAD OF FOR HOME USES. Wallins Creek Lump Coal High in Heat. Low in Ask. i I HtMfHMIHtHIfHflHHtMIHHHWH pain-tosse- soft-spok- I S6ANL0N GOAL 60MPflNY BURLEY TOBACCO CO. IttlllllKtUH PROTECT YOUR of long-continue- HOME AND FAMILY Life INSURANCE Insurance 0TIMOKER5 ' 1111 ! II non-sectari- an Co. " see JAMES LET B. KELLY with Th ALBERT J; RICHARDS BItXWAf vSmoke Op The, Hour. K0J Automobile Remodeling Painting a Specialty T-lic- THEO. WALLER S4ttP KBLLYO IT , GOTTLIEB LAYER Olty C8C2 Hoxne STORY AVENUE. fr4fT LUMBER 1907 PORTLAND AVENUE. GENTS', FINE SHOES Fresh Meats, Corn and Dried. Beef, Fresh and Smoked Tongues. m, J. P. WILL COMPANY PLANING MILL - "., VW- - R. J. THORNTON & CO. Coffees, Spices and Extracts m i HEVER HAD A STRIKE ' AAAAAA.AA..A.A.AA..AAAAAA.AAA.AjfcA , "" "'" v AA A a, feasible attitude, do unlike that of many contemporaries which pass over la conniving alienee the many slurs that are a times east at Catholic eittteaahip, all the mere eo wfeee w know that Tom Watson &,& we"' are rellaWy-- ofo rated" by a Southern gentleman, the editors , 1 to replace those sent to the war zone, (or submarine - patrol; and In addition, needs the catch, which would otherwise go to American Boris. Here We have another ,evl- dence xf- England's laa to destroy all rights of the UnKed States upon the high seas. - the contract being lot to John' The additions will ibe two- Tobe. nfnrv hrtlr Rtnir.tiirMt. and wtll'ba added to the. eaat and weei wings of the noma. This will make St. Joseph's oae of the largeat and. first orphan asylums la the looua- try. , Hardware, Pumps, Etc. Stair work of all kinds j ; Phone' Shawnee 454 y t, li u KK'TlJOItY IRISH WWWWWWWVMWWWWWWM Ai&dU&RXOAlSf. RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read-r- s by accepting only firms of known responsibility. PEOPLES PKOVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. SLICED BACON was organized by citizen to make 'AM Ready for Your Griddle la the LOANS MornlaB" on furniture and other personal property at HAMS, LARD, SAUSAOB I.OWBST BATES. ' LOUISVILLE PROVISION, CO. Coleman Bide., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (lBcorporat4.) Both Phones. 2886. wMl-kno- OS. KEENAN ieral Director and Embalmer ;e "SOUTHERN STAR" of chapel for funerals hone City 365 LST AMERICAN ELEVATORS HAJDB KSTABLISBED .1893 IN LOUISVILLE ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BY & Cumb. West 365 STREET. Louis Home A. Broring, , 430 D. D. S. ., AMERICAN DBNTl'sT Hose 25SS MARKET W, Market St kWWVVWVl SEE POOLEY rOR Room MONEY ENGRAVERS WHUCTI ENGRAVING COHP AN X ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELBCTROTYPERS SB W. Mala St., LouisTille, Ky Home Phone City ES74 JOHN B. O'LEARY & RELIABLE l CONFIDENTIAL :zwhi ) LTHIO 11 Cnitff o ovn i F. R. POOLEY SEAPLANE FOR UNITED STATES. This 300 horse power twin motored Galladuet seaplane Is a speedy and powerful machine, capa ble of coping with tho best sea- - planes with which foreign navies are equipped. Other machines are rapidly being completed. Note the contour of tho seaplane to the eaglo. 1, Courier-Journa- ' Building SOt 415 Fourth Street Home PAL S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embalmer f HIBERNIANS. What Thoy Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. SOCIETY DIRECTORY A. O. H. KNIGHTS OF Late News That CQLIJIH Headquarters for aoorzKO, chtxtebxxq, srouroia CITY AND FARM PROPERTY., Seo us about anything in real Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted estate. buy and renU. We-Bol- Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS 00. BOTH PHONES 810. X Residence Phone, Pewee Vallay Il-- J, DIVISION 3. rhone, City S18&, ' i 803 East Walnut Street First and Third Monday, Hibernian , : 1S18-182- 0 Home, Portland! JOS. DALY Wall Paper and Window Shades .' President John M. Riley. There will bo several historical Th'o new homo at Oswego will be Room Mouldings, Picturo Frames Vice President Tim O'Leary. , JloatH In today's 'parado In Now CONTRACTING PAlNTEft and Window Shades Mado to Order. Recording Secretary John Mar- ready for occupancy May 1. v v York qjty. ' . HOME PHONE SS CD5I1JERUND MAIN 3971.y J Tho Knights' 'of Sioux City havo Homo Phorib City 2517. 20 West Green Street) Louisville,. Ky. Very' Rev. Fathci" Cronin te: go- tin. Secretary Financial John J. presented tho national colors to tlfo v ing to assist Division 3 in building Broderlck. ' Catholic Cadet ' Corps. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAGH CO. up 'its 'membership. Oswego Council will hayo twen-ty-thrTreasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Th'o Great American INCORPORATED Syracuso Hibernians will oolebrato Sergeant-at-Arm- s 'candidates for o district Pat Begloy. tho feast of tholr patron with a banInitiation tomorrow at Syracuse. Sentinel Thomas Noope. I Distillers Of'' " , g quet at tho Yates Hotel. Tho weok's retreat of tho TAYLOR & WILLLIMS OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Get your friends, memKnights of Toledo at tho Cathedral "nOLLENBAOH" 'PURE' RYH INCORPORATED. DIVISION 4. $ bers of tho order or whether march not, to was Uio greatest of tho eleven held LOUISVILLE, KY. JOoalarUJe, Ky. 028 W. Main St. Meets second and fourth Mondays, there. In tho parado tomorrow. Bertrand Hall, Slsth street. All tho Catholic societies of InLorotto Academy at Moberly, Mo., President Thomas Lynch. dianapolis will march In the Hiberhas been presented with a largo Vice President John J. Barry. nian iparado this afternoon. American flag by tho Knights of Financial Secretary Thomas J. that town. Division 25 of Boston had a large j meeting last week to receive twelve Langan, 807 West Oak. Tho big coming event for tho ' f.H.l..H-I"I":'t"I"I-H"-"H- " Recording Secretary William P. council at Columbus,' Ohio, Is tho VVVYVV now members Into tho- - order. v annual retreat at tho Cathedral, President John M. Riloy, of Di- McDonogh. Treasurer John F. Burke. beginning March 25. vision 3, will lead a big delegation ' Scrgeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Dig-na- n. Eighty children havo been placed i In the parado tomorrow morning. In family homes by tho KnlghU of Bishop Abording and tho clergy 4 Sentinel M. J. McDeimott. Illinois, who havo a Catholic Homo of tho city will review tho HiberniT Finding Association. an parado today at Fort Wayne. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Y. M. I. holy received Denver Knights Tho programme in St. Patrick's communion 4n a body on Sunday at Hall tomorrow evening will contho Cathedral. ThlB Is now a semitain some real American patriotic MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. annual ovont with them. numbers. Meets Monday evenings at Club Never before was thero such a Tomorrow morning the HiberniHouse, 344 North Twenty-sixtsight at Fremont, Ohio, as when ans of Boston will recelvo holy comRev. M. J. Ripple, O. P., of tho St. President S. O. Hubbuch. munion In a body ;it Holy Cross First VIco President William Louis Bortrand missionary band, NONE BETTER NONE PURER Home City 21)!)S Cathedral. Climb. Main 2S)!)S.n closed Joseph's Link. at Tho County Board "has planned a A. Second Vice President Raymond church, tho retreat men St. whon 800 mado tholr nlco celebration for this evening at communion. Toledo, all tho dlvlblons and auxil- D. Schott Tho Knights of Columbus BuildFinancial Secretary William G. , iaries being interested. ing Fund for tho erection of a Buckel. Tho attendanco at Divii&pn 4 Robert ma.gnlficent Catholic Civic and SoRecording Secretary Cumberland, W8t 11 2 was tho largest In a year, due to Homo l'bonii SIiuvbcb 481 cial Center dn Boston is growing CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, the enthusiasm over the St. Pat- Morris. steadily and now amounts to Treasurer Gcorgo J. Thornton. rick's day celebration. $107,000. Building operations will Marshal Joseph Hohman. Vice President Tim O'Lcary, t -havo been r. begin whon $200,000 Inside Sentinel Morris big (hit with the Division 3, made a lNCOnPOHATKD. by his nresent A. O. II. ball team Duquesno Council of Pittsburgh Outside Sentinel James Hill. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE of ten high grade bats. Is conducting a campaign to raise ?50,Q00 for tho completion of tho State President Connelly was a welcome visitor at tho Monday night of tho IrlshHlstory Commlttoe, will new auditorium at Fifth and Bello-flol-d bo ono of tho speakers. avenue. It Is hoped tho dedimeeting, having been under tho cation will tako placo October 10, wcathor for a few weeks. . SHAMROCK FROM IRELAND. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. tho twentieth anniversary of tho CSprk1t"! Al Smith was given a warm wel3101 WEST BROADWAY organization. come at tho meeting of Division 4 An aged Irishman, on his way to Monday, his fltst appearance since join his son in California, at tho PRAY AND NOT TALK. tho transfer of Division 1. request of tho latter, brought over INCORPORATED Very ,MMUtMVmVMVWMMVHMMWMHMMMHnMUMHHMMMr great Rev. Father Crowley paid a a live plant of shamrock. "I hope Speaking of tho prevailing condi- PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KYf tribute to the Irish race at it will live," ho said, looking wist- tions and tho crisis which confronts Division 4's meeting in speaking of fully at the pot as it swung from our country, certainly tho most their tenacity to tho church. tho beam, " 'Twas tho ono thing sorious slnco tho fateful dayB of A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f St. John's church at Indianapoll9 the boy wanted. 'Leave everything, 18G1-'6Arhchishop Mundeloin, of was filled Sunday morning, whon all father', ho said in hjs letter, 'and Chicago, recently gave expression to come over. I havo enough for us tho following wise, prudont and patho divisions assembled thero to Is the ever willing servant of those who both now7, and can make you com- triotic utterances, which deserve a holy communion in a body. Tho Entcrtalnjnont Committee of fortable tho rest of your days. But widespread circulation: will use it, giving them power to trans Division 3 requests that all mem- fetch me a living root of shamrock "As you well know, our country has como to a critical tlmo in its net-wor- k bers inako returns for tickets not from the grave of my mother!' " Common of wires mit their voice over a later than at tiho meeting Monday I hopo it will live, 'twas all that history. Tha clouds of war havo ', he asked me appeared on our horizon and only night. to many points in the State of Keri- - . Due to the'treat demand ive are now BOTTLING COMMON, To carry across .from tho land God alono knows whether they will County President William Fecney lucky and elsewhere. of his birth. break, and if so, bow soon, and and if you have tried the rest eet the BEST. presided over a general Initiation Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West '69, on Sunday at Indianapolis, when a "Leave everything, father! acushla! then If they do, how long tho storm PHONES will last, how much damage it may but bring mo large class was received Into tho Economical-Efficicnt-Reliablc-Ser- vice A live root of shamrock, dug bring and how many lives It may order. cots. I trust thoro is no need for Cumb. Phone West 191 fresh from tho earth." Homo Phone 1913 County President John Hennessy to toll you, TUB predicts that tho parado will sur- "Leave everything, father!" ho mo Lord to guide therefore, to ask tho . tho President and wroto In his letter, pass any of tho o affairs "But bring a weo shamrock from our Congress so that they may act ijj which tho older brag members with prudence, with" wisdom and off' mother's breast." about. And I dug it O God! how I with courage to prosorvo tho peace, Ho it. Timothy S. Hogan, former INCORPORATED tho honor and tho well-bein- g of our stifled tho walling Attorney General of Ohio, will bo nation. Don't talk; thoro For fear that tho nolso would many people talking now; aro too JXCOKFOnATED tho principal speaker at tho Hiberthis Is a bo breaking her rest! nian celebration tomorrow ovcnlng time whore tho least said tho most at Cincinnati. CRAS. Hs IWHKR. PfesWent I dug it up fresh from tho grave easily mended afterward SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. ASPHALT SHINOLKS A SPECIALTT 504 W. JEFFERSON8011 Weat Broadway, ironJivUle, Xy. Home Phone City 4464, - ST. JOS. 45EXryEI YELLOWSTONE JJ. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. co WHISKEY 1 ',822 DEo.st JMCalxi street. I DINNER INCOMPLETE v. DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT WITHOUT f Funeral Directors and Embalmersl both rxro;scis. F.F.X.L.BEER! Service?" Sure. h. Al44-4444Mlir4'lfr4,w4,,-ll- I Prompt "Delivery Iratterman scannell! But-llme- 04M444 4082 !" ' Independent Funeral Directors and iunbalmers j I OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. THE HOME TELEPHONE C, ro-cci- vo FALL CITY BEE Extra Pale Lager Peerless Louisville Home Telephone Company old-tlm- WIEDEMAN N BREWING COMPANY'S , CEO. GUTIG, CH&S. GUTI6, C.tMer .German Security nv: Capital, $179,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits $190,000.00' THREE PER CENT INTEREST , ON TIME DEPOSITS. PAID I GARVEY'S CAFE DAVE GAItVEY Directors BMKER W.-- GEO. GUTIG I0HK MARSHALL STQCKHOFF BusinessMen'sLunch 11 Market and Preston Streets. a. m. to 2 p. m. jm 0E SELL I 11 .amknoma rnone city jlimi. Cumb. Main 9364 t MORE J 427 W. Jefferson Street Union Made ii HERRMANN ! BROS. ; HATS Tfcaa any 5 stores in the city WfSSIWI FINE AND LIQUQftS. DUtlllenand WkelMala Dm. rs In Fiaeit Baraos f Ka-tack- y WhlsklM, clally. WINES VENHOFSPLLEN J- Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLKDIN BOND. iW IMS MftTISHftT Cardinal Farloy will review tho great Hibernian parado today lb Now York City. Fifty-si- x Irish organizations will march with tho Ancient Order. Every member of tho 'order and Ladies' Auxiliary should be presont and receive holy communion at the u:30 o'clock mass tomorrow at St. Patrick's ohui'ch. Every Iilshman, or friend of either will bo in lino in tho mornlug, Tho and too proud to inarch , element will be looking on. ptnghamton Hibernians had tholr entertainment last night. It was in the na'turo of an Iilsh song festival, with tho old Gaelic dances and of tho Irish people. h Tho legiment, juBt back from tho bordor, and tho Now York State Naval Militia and tholr bands will bo prominent In today's Hibernian parado da'Now York Ctiy. Resolutions of hearty support and .service havo been pledged by divisions throughout tho county tp preserve the dignity and honor of the American nation a gains! any forolgn, power if found necessary. Indianapolis will have a great celebration today, opening with high mass at St. John's church, wRh Rev, Father Gavisk, County Chaplain, as celebrant. There will be a big parade and mass meeting at Tomlln-so- n Hall in the afternoon and at night a groat Irish concert.Tho Alien County Board has arranged for tho moat auspicious celebration of St. Patrick's day in the history of Fort Wayne. The programme Includes tho lime honored parade, service at St. Patrick's churoh. and a civic celebration at Sfc. Patrick's Lyceum, where Prof. Mlohatt Rohan, Nation! Ctrni Irish-Americ- high-bro- nfel-odi- es Sixty-nint- - it1 at all leading bars and cates. Renowned for purity, strength, eji)r-cSour Porealdpnt and our representatives. Thoy 'havo tho responsibility & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville. &7. before God,, but they havo our support and our allegiance, too, in time of stress whon thoy need it. As for tho rest of us, whon wo aro per- Louisville Business College haps tomptod to shouti or talk about MAIN 2BJ4 a if PHONESiJITY 2034 tho war lot us say tho Litany of SCHOOL" "THAT BETTER tho Saints, and It may bo well to pause a moment, and think what It means boforo wo repeat tho In- SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS vocation, 'from pes'tilonce, famine Under the Management of and war, deliver us, O Lord.' .to "Don't talk; thoro aro too many RETURNED TO CO.MMOXS. pooplQ talking now; this is a tlmo " when the least said tho most easily Tbo Irish Nationalists mado their mondCd aftorward." ' , (Formerly with Spencerlan) Comreappearanco hi tha Houso of Mr. McCarty is still doing that mons Monday afternoon and assured MOORE'S ANSWER. o work that Spencerlan themselves of another early debate solicitors have told you about fi on tho. subject of homo rule for Tom Moore, tho poet, was tho son past sixteen years. Ireland by obtaining from tho Govgrocer. Without apy Day and Night Classes. ernment a promise that tho Irish of a Dublinhis part 'his genius and pushing on estimates would bo introduced some his unaffected manner mado him a 7th .Street, near Walnut Phones: College Office, Olty 7883; day next week, The estimates will guest everywhere. All Cumb, Main 468. Residence, City welcomo provide an occasion for a debate on London w,ent mad over him. On one 4879; Cumb. West 129, tho whole Irish administration. occasion, at a banquet, the had made some brilliant witticisms. A snob, THE BEST PLEASE RARY. $1, $1.507$2 HATS AT thinking to humiliate him, leaned over tho table to .tho poet and quite Two women from the suburbs, drawling tone: one of them carrying a baby, en- audibly said, Jn tered Bacon's popular store and in- a "Pwuy, sir, wasn't your father grossah?" dicated their desire to look at some DHAUCKS' BEER ON DRAUGHT Moore smilingly replied, Unt ho carpets. ' It was very warm, but Salesman was. "Then, pway," continued tho DEALER IN Bchmltt cheerfully roll showed after roll, until the perspiration snob, "why didn't he make a gros- Finally san or youi" streamed from his face. Fine WiMvLiquirs aid CWirs. Moore quite affably 'retorted: the babyless woman asked the other (f she did not think it was time ''Waeat your tether a gentleman?" . to go. . Home Phone Srwwnee JS44 "Of course 'he was," was the re-"Not quite," was the answer. Then la n undertone she added: Jolader, Cumb. Phone West5$It "Baby likes, nio- - see bim roll them "Thsa why," queried Moore, jut; and. we've, plenty ef. t to "dWs't.he awke Keatlsffiaa ;of 'A tlMUt Stth i aai JMmvm 'eatefc the M tmd ? 'at jiw aW yrlMa, i W eh 1 1 mm n mi v M 5X5 m?"- t, ' . SeJd oi ms motnor, And stifled tho sobs and the sad, bitter moan Oh, what would she think if sho knew I was, going And leaving her thoro 'by herself, all alono? I hopo it will live, and tho old man caressed It. 'Twas all my boy asked from the land of his birth. "Leave everything, father," (he said in his letter, "But bring nio a shamrock, dug fresh from tho earth!" "But instead let all of us pray. God knows what Is best for us as a people, and to that may Ho direct Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beera. n I DAVID r. l, Mccarty WELSH i UHwtqtfiii PLUMBER high-grad- I: t Scheiber's Cafe " y Jr." h -- A ft. t J? 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