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Market HARDWARE St. 432 LMteviHt, Mb feats Kentucky Irish American LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919. but comprehended in its fullness and measured in all its " parts. Warlike as Jt was, it was unbounded alsoMri loyalty, generosity and it was not there fore untouched by tho records of martyrs, tho principles of or the doctrine of a great sacrifice. It loved the children and the poor, and St. Patrick mado tho former tho cxempllfiers of tho faith and the latter tho eminent inheritors of the kingdom. In the main Institutions and traditions of Ireland were favorable to Christianity, and tho people - received the gospel gladly. It appealed to them and prompted ardent natures Jo find tholr rest in spiritual things. It had created among them an 'excellent appreciation of the beautiful, the esthetic and tho pure. v The earl? Irish chroniclers show how strong that sentiment has ever been. Tho. Borhromean Tribute, for many years tho. source of relentless wars, bad been imposed In vengeance for an insult offered to a woman; and a discourtesy shown to a poet had overthrown an ancient dynasty'; an unprovoked affront was regarded as a great moral offense. And severe punishments were ordained not only for detraction hut for a word, though uttered in jest, a blush on the which' brought cheek of tho listener. It was not that laws wore wanting; a code minute in Us justice had proportioned a penalty to every of fence. It was not that hearts were hard there was at least as much pity for others an for self. It was that angor was implacable, and that where fear was unknown the war field was tho happy hunting ground. Tho rapid growth of learning, as well as piety, in the thrco centuries succeeding tho' conversion of Ireland prove that tho country had not been until then without a preparation for the gift. Perhaps nothing human had so largo nn influence in tho conversion of tho 'Irish as the personal character of our apostle. By nature, by grace and by providential training he had been especially fitted for his task. "Everywhere wo can trace tho might and sweetness that holonged to his character; tho versatile mind, yet the simple heart; tho raving tact, yet tho fixed resolve; tho large deslro taking counsel from all, yet tho minute solicitude for each; the fiery zeal, yet the gentle temper; the skill In using moans, yet the, reliance in God alone; tho readiness in action, iwlth a willingness to wait; the habitual yet the outburst of an inspiration, which raised him above himself tho abiding consciousness an authority In of an authority him, but not of him, and yet tho ever present humility. Above all there burned in him that boundless the main conlove which seems stituent of apostolic character. It Moved, e; self-sacrifi- ce mtuimnt MAMf- BROWITTAXI cMcmsnma MMK M HMI Every Driver an Kcort. IwMfe CKrii I lariat Incorporated I. t2SM3BEKMJKgrSSHHHHBWPI VOLUME' XLtI.-NO- .fll. 1 greatest leaders 'have been Protestants." Another member, in telling of the offect of the speeches of tho members on the President, said Justice Goff, as he faced the President, looked like "tho incarnate spirit of Ireland with tho weight of 750 years of Ireland's suffering on his According to this In shoulders." formant, President Wilson acted a3 If ho had been "shot between the eves" Wthen 'Tlintlnn Clntt Mlmlv asked blin If he would put before me roaco Conference the question of of Ireland. There seemed to be a unanimity of ODinion between mfimlwra nt thn committee as to why Proslednt Wilson took the action he did against Justice Cohalan. ' The statement mado to President Wilson at the meetinc that "th'ere would ho nn peace until Ireland is freo" caused mucn speculation. It was Interpreted by many as meaning that the Irish in thi3 country would bo asked to engage In periods of militancy. This interpretation was however, by several members who attended tho meeting. One said: "This Statement mnrnlv mmuia . that there will ho continuous pamy nere, especially among tho mieen or twenty millions or people or Irish extraction, for the people of Ireland aro sure to wih tho 180.000 British soldiers nunr- tered there." The following members of the committee, which was designated by the Irish Ra conirnnHnn nn ary 23, waited upon the President: jonn w. uorr, njnairman; James E. Murray. Butte, Mont.; Edward W. Quinn, Cambridge, Mass.: John J. Splaln. Connecticut: Frank P. Walsh, Missouri; Thomas F. Cooney, Providence, R. I.; Michael Pmncla Tlnv1v THillnilolnM. Tjlctinn James Grattan My then, Baltimore; Thomas J. 'Breslin, New Jersey; Major Eugene F. Kinkead, Jersey wiy; jonn tj. Mimouand, wew York; Michael J. Ityan, Philadeldo-nlo- d, cl.-is- PRICE FIVE CENTS. GRINS' SAINT ..? "IMPARTIAL" What Mysterious Influences' Keep tho America Press Prom All Fairness? JOa(i)GHiXDtte2X!aUra(3GC5QOOQG Apostle That Won Deedv Darkening Nation Paganism. the Devoot wye. .&',... blinded and Simple ; Man, a . s ltas IJiiiurt.il .lnuua n iub aiiauun Now OW .., ,.., .,. ln Ireland's Behalf. I v Ofost JDIscrcet and Missionary. Encr--.gcti- c' Tho Louisvlllo Herald, in an editorial last Sunday, expects, as agrcat many Democrats bcllove, that the Courier-Journand Louisville; Times will soon bo Republican in politics. Tho only sure enough Democratic paper published in Louisvlllo now is the Kentucky Irish American, nnd it is a good one. Shelby Record. al PROTESTANT Bishop n Leador ia tho Fight For Justice and Freedom For Ireland. Key. Grattan Mythen, Episcopalian Bishop of Baltimore, Aiding Caa.se. SINN FEINERS Manacled At At Moss and Haadttdfed Night la Belfast Jail. H3H8iWCS6Jefflaffl3CXaj of Prebe. Brutal Treatment of tbo British -; Government's Political i FtJsrmers. Chrmiaalty Appealed to People and They (Received tlie Gos .... pel Gladly. a Papers Havo Failed sentation of Catholic ' Matters. PHENOMENA the Knights of Columbus, will the guest of tho local council next Wednesday and will deliver Committee Protested Against Prosian address to the members. Much dent's Treatment of Jus- great war wprk handled by of tho the Knights of 'Columbus fell to the lot of Mr. Flaherty and. credit for its success Is duo him. tlco Cohalan. - Justice of Court Deplores Cruelty and Says It Is Mst , ' ' Pitiable. r was a just Max. lvdeed; V Si. Patrick says, of himself In hi3 confession that fvhe was corn at "Bannaven Taberniae," which 13 extremely hard to identify. Some, however, claim that Kirk-Patric- k, near Glasgow, In Scotland, took its NOT A NEW ONE, PmL BROOERICK HOME. A NATION-WID- E PLEA URGED. GUUTTY OF PETTY OFFENSES. name from St. Patrick. The ealnt was born about 372; was a captive, and a slave of the King, of Dalaradla, in Ireland, from 388 to 395; went to Gaul and was thetfo ordained priest; waa consecrated Bishop and sent to Ireland as missionary in 432, and died at Strangford Lough, Saul, near County Down, Ulster, whore many years before he had founded his church, March 17, 4G5, tho day now sacred to his memory. Ireland was then occupied by a great number of potty tribes, most of whom were evangelized by Patrick. 'So well was the work accomplished that Ireland waa known In subsequent centuries as the "Island ' of saints and scholars." The method employed was that oi dealing cautiously and gently with the old paganism of tho people. The chieftains were first won over arid then through them their clans. Of Patrick himself much that has been related is fabulous, but his autobiographical confession and his eptetle to Coroticus, both of which are unquestionably genuine, reveal a devout, simple minded man, and a most discreet and energetic y. Prlvato Phil Broderick arrived homo Saturday from overseas and Iurlng tho past threo months in was warmly greeted by friends- and tho chief cities of the land largo moss meetings have been held to urgo that Ireland, like tho other small nations of Europe, should en joy tho right of settling for herself what form of government she shall havo. These gatherings have not been taking place In corners and In secret, but have been held in largo halls and theaters, liavo been addressed by prominent ecclesiastics and, woll known laymen, Moreover, resolutions have been drawn up and forwarded to Presi dent Wilson at tho Peace Confer ence urging him to present to tho assembled powers Ireland's claims ay In his epistle he states that he and that his father, Calphurnlcus, was a Roman decuiro. Ilia mother, Conchessa, or Concrfs, was the sister of St. .Martin of Tours. The family of the saint is by tho earliest authorities to have belonged to Britain,.. . out, was of noble birth jretfUtQrjifed;.tJtwa.; w - latures, too, llko those of Connecticut and Illinois, havo passed Dfanilar resolutions. Yet how many readers of our daily papers have learned from their favorito Journal that any 6uch nation wide agitation in Ireland's behalf has been going on? Only those who have had access to tho Catholic weeklies can havo any adequate idea of how strong and widespread is the present movement in this country. For the readers of our secular press are left for the most part quite in the dark regarding tho growth and importance of this agitation, and where covert or open hostility to Ireland's just claims is not the paper's attitude, a studied silence on the Irish question is tho general rulo. But the phenomenon Is not a new one. For it Is a remarkable fact that during the past twenty years the attitude of tho American press toward foreign events of a certain kind has "been strikingly similar to that our papers now adopt regarding Irish liberties. The Dreyfus affair. like all questions, had of course two sides. Yet what chanco had that pro-Iri- sh - to State Legis- family. He came to Camp Taylor with others of Company D, J 6 4 th Infantry, of the Forty-firDivision. Private Broderick landed in Eng land on March i, 1018, and later went to Francejand has many In- st As a result of tho conference with President Wilson, loaders of tne for Ireland movement began with renewed to spread" the gospel of Irish freedom throughout tho country. Majbr Eugene F. Kincald, of Jersey City, a member of the committeo which saw tho President, stated that so sweeping will be this campaign of education that the Peace Conference will have to act on tho demand for Irish freedom, which will be created. Ho said: "Wo aro going straight ahead throughout the country with this movement. Wo feel all that Is needed is a proper presentation of the facts. Wo will reiterate President Wilson's words at Mount Vernon that 'the settlement of every question, whether of territory, of sovereignty, of economic arrangement, or of political relationship, must rest upon the basis of tho free acceptanco of that settlement by the people Immediately concerned, and not Upon tho basis of the material interest or advantage of any other nation or people.' In this way we will arouso the entire country to the realization that Ireland is not a domestic question, but one which all the nations must take into consideration, just as surely as they havo discussed settlements for Poland and other subject nationalities. We feel that we mado a good beginning when, for the first time, we laid tho problem of Irish freedom definitely before President Wilson," President Wilson's refusal to treat with the Committee of Twenty-five while Justice anrel F. Cohalan was present caused littlo stir iln Irish circles. In fact it waB gen erally considered tho incident would en-or- phia. FIRST FOR YEARS. A . work-Atne- i mission at tho Church of Our Thirty-fift- h and Rudd. tho first for many years, will open with high mass on Sunday morning, March 16, and continue until tho following Sunday night. It will bo conducted by tho eloquent Father Alexander and another PassIoni3t father from tho Sacred Heart Re treat. An unusual Interest has been aroused among the members of tho parish who are anxious to mako the mission a marked success. As the feast of St. Patrick, March 17, falls in the mission week, on Monday night there will bo a procession of the societies of the church and a eulogy of Ireland's apostle. At tho close thoro will bo benediction and blessing with the relic oE Erin's holy saint. The pub- If "without distinction' -of qred, Is iTi Lady, Tik TBCT-- - sue-ei- , 4ium a 'CLJAt. - m Biinjiti-tf. icsae fnada'OMPtd say la ij xnsn question. .""S mp9&nmrtE.nimr as favoi of tho Philinnlne friars. Thomas J William D. and Mlsa'KavB . ."-- . ' papers all over the country, which H" xo though, tho fact that President Taft Nan Broderick, jln Ireland- about Stl" Patrick would an injury manjoa. otherwise would not have noticed Patndoed.was A. mako the, "traveler imagine that the rick: just purity of nature St. tho was able to como to an amicable the meeting, are filling columns "with like HON. Sin DOUTHITT. agreement with them shows that saint visited the island for the bene- patriarchs; with it. We are planning to bring a true pilgrim like fit ot'i witty guides, or to promote Abraham; gentle and forgiving of their case was by no means indethe nuestlon of Politicians refer to the race fensible? anvthlne :,rairth fn wet weather. It Is not heart like Moses; a praiseworthy bo more Scarcely moreover, could Railroad Commissioner for tne for Ireland to the attention of tho than subject of these psalmist like David an emulator of remarkable "Bat the by tho Hon. gl(j entire United States. This was tho f tho stand taken by most American Third district rtories for ' sixteen centuries, at wisdom llko Solomon; but welcome pub a chosen journals on the French associations Sid Douthitt. of Newcastle, as one first unlooked-fo- r regarded tiountlesa hearths, has been licity tnat wo receivcu. of the most brilliant ever proclaiming the greatest ves.sel.forPaul; a man truth like and law. It was nn Iniquitous measure, Even citizen of Newcastle is made. and is today honored as tho Another member' said that tho AposHfe proud of grace tho world knows now. that made man and the 'greatest benefactor of knowledge of tho Holy Ghost llko exiles and beggars of half the teach of him, and prior to his race he incident showed tho bigness of Justhat ever trod the Irish soli, and the beloved John; a Hon In strength ing body and practically all the tice Cohalan in that ho could overponsiderlnc the versatility of the look a personal matter- in the face and power: a dove In gentleness and nursing and social workers of tho Irish character. It Is' not strange that humility: 'a sen-an- t of a great cause. Tho Justice him-of labor In the country; that mado a "scrap of there remains respecting tho saint self declined to say anything. At service of Christ; a king in dignity paper" out of the concordat; that a vast cyclo of legends serlousi the meeting in tho Hotel McAlpIn, and might, for binding and loosen- confiscated all tho French priests' pathetic and profound. however, lie assured the other memconvicting. and Bishops' residences and cruelly could not be otherwise. Such ing, for liberating and it bers of the committee he "did not d After performing great miracles, robbed tho clerg-y- of their a people could not havo forgotten after resuscitating the dead, after mind one bit" the President's ac o pensions. Yet how figure who led them forth healing lepors and tho blind, ana Jew and faint were the voices of pro the heroic tion. to tho exodus, from tho bondage of the deaf, and tho lame, and all test tiiat rose from tho sanctums of Some of the incidents at tho many instanpagan darkness, In meeting, which wero not told in tho ordaining Bishops our American editors at tlie time. a disease; after deacons, ces doubtless has the tale become official communique of the commitand people How promptly, too. most of our and priests and tradition, the foliage of an tee, were related to the New York papers sprang to tho defense of gath- of all orders in the church; after Ferrer, the Spanish I. W, popular Imagination American by one of those present. W. agiteaching the men of Erin Christianered around the central stem of ity According to this informant, the and after baptizing them; after tator. What a hero they made of younger members of the committee fact but the- (act remained. and founding churches and monasteries; him, just what scant consideration A large tract" of Irish history Is charges urged against him were insistent tho President be not tho destroying idols trark, but the time of St. Patrick after Druldical arts, the and images by the Spanish Government received. seen after he had announced ho hour of Tho nnd and the threo centuries which would not enter the room with Jus death of St. Patrick approached, with counterfeit Portugal "republic." It is clearly, as depicted by Its hideous massacres, it will tice Cohalan. This group was led sacrareceiving history, n. time of juy. The 'chron- and aftertho church tho last Bishop also bo remembered, found a thouby tho Rev, Thomas Grattan from ment of icle Is a song of gratitude and of Mythen, Episcopal iBishop of Balti spiirt to sand plausible apologists in our papers; tho socalled "Congo hope, as "befits the story of a na- Tassach ho resigned his more. Anotner leaner was James heaven invthe one hundred and Secular tion's conversion to Christianity. flamatrocities" wero likewise E. Murray, of Butte, Mont., who legends, which, how- twentieth year of his age. boyantly featured, though the BelThe higher had been waiting here a week to gians' weighty explanations secured ever.' do not profess to keep close see ihe President. The expressed PRES S. RAY. except as Tery little spaco in our press. Easier to the original sources, opinion of this group was: manto remember, ibecause more recent. regards their' spirit, and tho "If he doesn't want to see us, in One of ners of tho ilme are found In some ranks of tho best workers party tho Is tho attitude taken by our journals stay out." In toward tho the Democratic many positions of honor and then let him character held ancient lives of St. Patrick, the Louisville Is Pres S. Ray, formerly Justice Cohalan's counsel preof the Mexican revolution and to- trust within the gift of his fellows, vailed, however, and most valuable of which is tho "Trihe left tho county ward tho partite Life," ascribed by Colgan to County Clerk of Jefferson charities. "Investigation" and no duty was ever neglected or room In order that tho conference overlooked iby this popular Demo .1. in New York. the century after the saint's death. might be held as arranged. Again, The close resemblance1 between crat. Mr. Douthitt began his public, t6th Hotol MoAlplnf fallowing the Tho work was lost fop-- many centho treatment given the Irish ques- career running on a steamboat on'" turies, but two copies of It were uwmeetlng.Bishop Mythen ,,,, in .,,. tion just now by tho secular press the Kentucky river, where his affa nouncing the attitude of airvi Presirediscovered, one of which has been tho v"Hf ' jtifllPlNfc rSJpE and tho treatment formerly shown bllity, courtesy ond obliging disposi- dent. He Insisted that a resolution recently translated by .ah eminent certain foreign events involving tion won for him a host of friends be passed to the effect that tho Irish scholar, Mr. Hennessy. Catholic interests is to say the least and served as tho beginning of his President's The miracles, however, recorded was "petty and very curious. When tho Y. M. C. A., brilliantly successful record n3 a not worthy action man in bis posi to the "Tripartite Life" are neither of the Red Cross or tho Zionists hold politician. No man carries his wel tion." He alsoa believed a state- most the most marvelous nor tho a big rally, the proceedings aro fully come with him more than SIdi interesting portion of that life. should bo given t to reported as a rule by the press. But Douthitt lo Whether regarded from the when men gather in largo numbers nu over the state And is making a much excited as he held the floor or philosophic point , of to urea Ireland's claims to iustlce splendid reputation as Commls view, few things can bo more denounced tie action of PxesI- In of It is worthy of note that tho meet dWHct than the picture which it to see Jus ing receives only a meagre and hls eminent follow townsmen once dont Wilson delineates of human nature in the He was joined by somewhat satirical notice in most of said, "Nothing you can say in tice Cohalan. Murray and tho Rev. period of critical transition and the our leading papers or else an ex- praise, of .Mr. Douthitt as a citizen a Committeeman uawrung oi mo religion ui yeucu pressive silence about tho proceed friend and a man could bo too ful- Patrick J. Healy. of Washington. upon a race barbaric, but far Indeed ings is observed. On such social some or overdone: he Is moro than When it seemed as if the committeo Irani savage. questions as tho restriction of Jap- worthy of tho highest honor ever would agree to adopt resolutions do it That warlike race regarded uianop nounclng tho president, anese immigration moreover our accorded him. doubtless as a notable cruelty when Peter J. Muldoon, of Rockford, 111., interesting didiscouraged an and noted for his efficiency In dis- Journals ofdisplay an Only regarding the new faith in a quiet, unlmpassloned speech opinion. versity WAS IN BRITISH ARMY. amusement so popular as battle. charging tho duties of that office. Ireland's rights and wrongs is there begged tho members not to take respects they woro in But in many t Lieut. Robert II. Gast, son of such action. He Is said to havo race j tho' clty and county and naa a host practical unanimity. Bympathy with the faith, That to the tnouRhtful reader will Mrs. K. C. Oast, of 211 East Oak stated that It would do great injury was one of "which "tho affections as of friends who recognize hte ability, naturally ask .himself ; Aro lhA namn street, and tho late Jacob Gast, to the Irish cause both hero and well as the passions retained an abroad, and that It would offset tho his honesty and worth. During his, mysterious influences that kept from well known in local political ardor, and when nature 1s of the ofOco of County,i.tho American public a fair pre- - cles, has just returned homo from advantages which had been gained Kjronger and less corrupted it must Clerk ho mad a hoet of friends sentatlon of tho Catholic side of tho two years service in Jtne vanaman in the conference up to that point. feel the need of something higher and it" was concod-etiiat ho uis- - Ferrer case, tho "Congo atrocities," Air Corp3, enlisting in Canada in In this he was joined by Justice than ilseJf. its interpreter- and its LllttlftUU LUC! HUUISt VI lIT iiTTBlllUU tho Mexican ravolulion. or the chari. ugust, 1917. His first assignment Cohalan, who again stated ho did supplement. It prized the family with sruch ability and courtesy that ties Investigation, now successfully was with the coeat patrol In Ire- - not mind tho incident a bit, and by Germans Tecorded by ha won golden opinions from all preventing us from learning the land, from there he went to Franee. former Justice Goff. Tho counsel llko Taertus, and it could but havo been classes irrespective of party affilia- trutn aoout Ireland! Since the close of the war he has of these three prevailed, and it was tions. In fact eo splendidly did he The foregoing is taken "from seved as a flying instructor la finally agreed unanimously to treat drawn to Christianity. Its morals were pure, and It Aad; .acquit himself that some time since America, and Ms a forceful bearing England. He Is a member of St. the matter without anger or .emothe Government commandeered his on at least two Louisville papers Louis Bertrand's church. ot Idst that simplicity to wMck tion. . Although a Protectant, Bishop meh of spiritual lasixht belongs. services s Collector of Ctwtoms, wJw) are more Britiah than any among .where, to use a good old Kentucky printed in England. HOLD SMALL LKAD. Admiration and wonder were Mythen has long been a leading adt4- - term, ne ks continued to run true ft a vocate for Irieh freedom. Hie own lilf habits. It desired .human form and W serving his country SUPRJBSOB KNIGHT A GUWT. Hgion ' smaller than the' Women oenetfcute SI ser eeat. statement on the queetton la: 'tfrlah the eaurch memberiaip ia the freedem ia not a qaeetto ef religHeart Haelf a raUflon capable of m devotedly and tvonomMr aa m eitr. Supreme Xafcht Jamea 'FUberty, j UnMed State. be (Mice aerved of Ireland's ion. If it waa, aoM 'feeas wt oaly aypreeietea --; - IJ tni, How Sinn Fein prisoners wera manacled, even'' when they, attended chapel, is one of tho developments of tho hearing by Justice v Dodd, now in progress, on tho al-- " ieged of the Sinn Stain- -, era in Belfast jail. No prisoners were present to testify. T. W. Brown, representing tho Governor, against whom allegations of cruelty were made, said that an outbreak in jail took place In Juno last. At that time there were ninety-fiv- e Sinn Fein prisoners In Belfast Jail and eighty-fiv- e or- dlnary prisoners. Tho staff of the prison consisted of forty-fiv- e to n . warders. Tho trouble began with tho pris oners standing .on tables in tholr colls looking out of the windows which faced tho street, and singing songs. They attracted robel a large and hostile crowd outeido tho jail, and a breach of .the peace was feared. Tho following day the disturbance was continued, and on the day afterward pandemonium pre vailed. They smashed tho furniture in Iho cells, barricaded the cells, bored holes througn to commnnlcl- cate with one another, broke the windows, got the .window bars and demonstrated with them violently. Tho police wore calledv in from outside to remove thom to another part of the prison. Captain William. Barrows, Governor of the prison, m evidence said that it was untrua that the prisoners had been put Into Btrafghtjackets. He admitted some of tho prisoners were manacled with their ihands behind their" backs'. Replying to the Judge, witness Bald on one occasion, a Sunday, t- about forty of the prisonot " forty-seve- n ..- - couimaiUQBk f&y $ fc i' j - ' te r-- wn - one-side- d,' - -- . Tho flag of the' new Irish 'reauD- lic will have a conspicuous placo in the St. Patrick's day patado at Mobile. The aTrangemonts wero completed at tho meeting of Division 1, A. O. H., and following tho meeting announcement was made that the parade on March 17 will be tho largest of its kind ever held in Mobile on that day. Every Catholic society In the- city, besides prominent citizens, has been asked to participate. The Ladies' Auxiliary will have a prominent place In the column. This year's parade will be largely auto .in feature. - long-save- old-ag- STEAMSHIPS AND RAILROADS. ever-acti- ve Just one hundred years ago tho first steamship crossed tho Atlantic, and In 1828 tho first passenger railroad was completed and opened in the United States. FRAXK M'GRATH. Tho rank failure of the Republican party In tho management of our city and county affairs is paving, the way for a united front of tho Democratic party, and dally you hoar the comment on all sides that tho factional fights aro a thing of the post and tho heads and all are willing to fall In behind tho leadership of Frank McGrath, the Chairman of the City and County Dcmo- - - r T you' "BuT v"'r know that mes to communion are desirous of mak ing tho sign of the cross.. It 1$ a vory sacred ordinance. Could not some other course have been pnr- sued? Could you not havo had po licemen there for instance?" asked the Court. That might havo been done, but I thought what was done was tho safest course," said the witness. "It- requires a good deal of argu ment to satisfy me that by a littlo skill and cost this might not have been avoided," said the Judge. Thomas Bowe, chief warder, ad mitted three men's hands had been manacled behind their backs all. night. "Had that ever been done in tho jail before?" tho Court asked. "The men could not very well sleep un- -' der thoso conditions." "Yes," replied the witness, "they could make themselves comfoi-ablror tne nignt. un juno za ae prisoners went to mass handcuffed! 7 , .. . ., -- M 1. KLiwautA-KtBiparca- f .11 . --- A , suc-cfecd- AmU'u,,.., att No one - anti-Cathol- ic BErPBImmm . they refused to go to their cells." "What was in your mind? It was not likely they would make a wreck or the chapel?" asked the Court '"Has handcuffing in this "way over occurred In your experience as a warder?" "I do not remember a case," was the reply. "Can you tell me from your posi tion that in what occurred there was nothing done at all agalnst-th; faith you profess?" Tne witness Tepned, after some hesitation: "I would rather they had not been handcuffed if It could have been avoided." "Most pitiable, most regrettable," commented tho Court. . complained. After mass'v -. HEART DLSEASE FATAL. The midday of Sunday brought death to Jerry Scanlon, a well known and popular Irishman and long a resident of this city. Ho passed away at his home, 304 East Jacob street, fully fortlHed with tho For some rites of tho church. time past bo had been a patient sufferer from organic heart diseaee, which caused his death; Mr. Scanlon was born in Ireland elxty-nln- e years ago and was always interested in all movements for tho advancement of that nation. Left to mourn him nre ' his wife, Mrs. Ellen Scanlon, and the following James F, Scanlon, of children: Washington, D. C, who was formerly secretary to Congressman. Sherley; W. J. Scanlon; Edward J. Scanlon and Louis C. Scanlon and Mrs. E. A. Gllfoyie, of Memphto. The funeral took placo Tueeday morning from St Mary's Magdalene church, many old friends and acquaintances assisting at the requiem high mass. KEKP ROOMS PTJ1CR. A few dropa"W ell of laveadet placed in a giaee ef very hot water will purify the air of a room m4 alee drive eat fliet and, ether !a sews. HU-elft- jct ! -- ed - ti; . te ad or ;m rJfy, r'. v k 'it ., j!U erotic Committeo. Democratic poll tlclans throughout tho State havo all agreed that Mr. McGrath is tho logical leader to mako tho fight for tho success of the State ticket hero this fall, and say that they havo no doubt that Louisvlllo will again bo found In tho Democratic column majority. Re with an old-timarkable to say the least, that In any gathering of Democrats repre senting any and all factions it is conceded that he is personally popular and strong wth the boys In the trenches, and taey comprise the element that win victories. Loyalty to tnl3 claaa Is the secret of Frank McOratbs popularity and strength and he baa a loyal foltowteg tkat will auffert Wm to tie Htmeft of their endeavor. "V . $' SKl.ifc'. '.t.WV,j4e&L i31t. idiv'Xj W crJkrw': 'J j. Ui Ji. 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If Irish blood has reddened ovory battlefield of tho republic; tho eons of Erin bear not a dlvldod allegiance Full hearted, ardent, grateful, they Btand first, last, all tho tlmo, in peaco and war, Xor tho gleaming stars and glittering atrlpoij of Old Glory to do or dlo and to the end for tho only banner that novor know defeat! Warring seven hundred years 'gainst oppression, tyranny, injustice, tho history of this Spartan race untarnished by a slnglo act of persecution for conBclenco sake, Hlber-nl- a rojolces in tho citizenship of a land, fairest within tho seas, that has forever ordained tho priceless blessings of civil and religious liberty for all mankind. Tho fadoless pages of America's annals proclaim in lottors of gold their part in tho glowing story of Columbia. Ever faithful to memory of the croon Isle beyond At lantic's roar, over helpful to loved ones on its shore, tho children of St. Patrick reared now fanes and altars in a welcoming land and gladly gavo tho Star Spangled Banner their all. Their men, truo oven unto death to tho church of their fathers, their women, bojoweled with diadems of modesty and manifold Christian virtues, the Gael brought new bulwarks to a nation that shall endure till timo ia o'er, a nation founded on the rock eternal, honor of manhood, sanctity of Not unduly regardful' of things material, the Celt boro precious gifts of wit, sympathy, imagination, to tho temple of the Now World. In tho warp and woof of American of mysticism, life golden strands IdealUm, spirituality wore woven In full measuro by his genius and in tho broad clarity of native tolor-anc-o and judgment. No proven charge of discrimination 'gainst race or creed was over laid at his They buoyantly bore tho heat and burden of tho day, but "ambition mocked their lowly toll,", and the bedo roll of Columbia lumes resplendent with their lustrous deeds In over' avenue of high, honorable Dashing, venturesome, endeavor. constructive, Indomitable, never counting the cost or reckoning tho odds, they breasted "iron circumstances" and wrought well for the land of their choice. Loaders and pioneers in h ovory field of our national life, tho impress of Irish hand, heart and brain is deeply cast In tho mould of the republic. Seven Presidents boast the blood of tho Gael Jackson, Buchanan, Arthur, McKinloy. Polk. Mon well-nig- womanhood. isJ" LO U RJji&p frfr door. CANDIES?! tilrry'J 13- and holy SSh M--t forth victor tho American w1ar eaglo moaarch of t ftlr and romng ci0UdB, and made, a monaced world eafo, through all tho tides of time, for democracy and republican Ono of institutions. tho threo privates first to dlo la the first en- gageonent with tho Teutons boro tho namo of Thomas S. Enrlght With two comrades In glory ho was burled on tho battle ground with highest military honors, tho War Cross of Franco pinned, to his breast, and their last resting placo shall ever bo a shrino for generations to como in tho beautiful land of our ally and bister republic. William F. Donnolly, Now York In every crisis of our nation's his- tory the men of St. IPatrick rc-- i sponded nobly, and official records j show that though only 18 per cent. of our population aro of tho ancient faith, yet mora than a third of our armed forces worship at tho altar of Motner Cnurcn. In calm of peaco or storm of war. como weal, como woo, thoso who cherish in their veins tho quick coursing blood of tho Gaol seek no higher honor, prouder privilege, greater glory than to march, shoul- der to shoulder, as faithful, loyal p ot Columbia, brethren ito fellow Americans, each freely offering all that tho Stars and Stripes hall tri-- , nvnr- umphantly !.. Mmn.nr that Qtnnn.- ramparts ofwave over tho farthest . freedom, liberty and ...: i. anih la the land of Washington, Jof- and Gen. Patrick R, wall Jackson, Cloburno wielded a flashing blade consecrated to religion, morals. for tho lost cause, to namo but one wo of many military men who cast their SS nco th lan1 f U& aDd S nations. o world knows your sad story, but IS. Timnthv international in roputo, Will- lam Jennings Bryan, aiwayB vaumea their strong Celtic strain. Dauntless, magnanimous as foos, quick id resent injury, quicker to rorglve, superb In courage, dowered with vigor, talent of tongue, brain and pen, they aro over ready to war for tho Ideal, and thero was never causo too weak nor hope too forlorn for their ardor or supreme effort If justlco dwelt therein. Phil Sheridan, greatest of- great cavalry chiefs, and Barry, father of tho American navy, woro gloriously true fighting to tho traditions of the raco and reflected undying lustre on Amorlcan arms. The blood was Bhed Lexington, it crimsoned at far-oHavana harbor when black waters of death swirled o'er t tho Maine, and Kelly and (Murphy were with Hobson when the hero of Santiago n.iv Rank tho Merrimac In a death- Tho first of daring. less deed woman to advocate the abolition of slavery was Abblo Kolloy, and the colored brother reveres John Boyle O'Reilly, with Wonedll Phillips, as ono of tho aturdlost champions and most bcnefllclal- friends of his race, eager always to protect and uplift tho children of Africa. Gen. James Bhields, Senator from threo States, Titnn of thn T.rn nAm 'and civil wars, was the arexlcan son, - Stars and Stripes wero first 'borne plains or Eur on tho opo by Gunner William II. Clancey at Vimy Ridge, a bullet in his fear less breast as ho swept "over the top" in tho first column of tho ad vanclng forces that drovo tho enemy before them in tho most sanguinary conuici 01 mo war, ana an him, onratlc fllneora. Jehu American. God bless Bond, John Ind., MeCormack amone them, hark back Howard Plttman, South to tho "Ialo of Saints and Martyrs." ' flrcd tho first shot In defenso of liberty aa tho guna of Tho dramatic firmament Is studded world-wid- o with "hrlirht. particular stars" of . Columbia boomed tho entrance of jour mighty nation on tho sceno of Irish birth or extraction. , iuo uu vi v The Irish graco too Dencn ana vciuai agsuuui-sfayette. hnr In nrorv RtntA of thft Union Tho first chaplain to give his lifo and "Islands of tho sea." They sit In tho most august of all judicial for God and country, Rev. Timothy rt bodies, tho Unltod States Supremo Murphy, Woro tho habit of a and let It bo written that dlctlno father, and when our lllus- ous rreaacnt, wooarow wiison, Charles O'Connor, unlettered In tho 60a schools, of "lowly birth and Iron soundred, tb? ca" 'toady" thundered fortune." son of , a Door Irish omi- ..,,., ( w, t7na n thA nn. and rushed to tho colors. Tfto or challenged primacy of tho Now York pulsations known as tho Irish rog-Hi"' bar. Of political lights there aro aa many aa "leaves in tho valloy of bernlana and kindred societies unani- .. .!. rr i. mouoly voted millions for tho moral -- .!" and material welfare of tho sol- ZX;;'"l"u,Z. ,.'.T.- - ,. dlOTS at the front, unbarred by crood. i Tho spirit of tho Celt was never S ,v?"rZ7nnv w than mi,Y i.i IJju.J- - t.. -- - moro martial April, on that mo 1917. when ono " day, SVEfir a wm land tho nation listens, and tho he khts of eloauence are reached. There aro sculptors and artists ranking with tho best, and many of Hlbornla's children havo wooed with marked success tho muse of music. la ac-Gllmoro Patrick Sarfield knowledged tho most famous of all bandmasters, and several 01 our i ! blood-drenched I msn-r.fllflhrnt- nd You can save from a third io a half of your fuel and have a much warmer home than ever before if you will install a CALORIC. 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Tho Irish aro bountifully repre ChCarTSiror sented in the ranks of educators among our private, public and de- Carrollton. fTho Friendly Sons of .SSSKlf,,HJ? f.4' &? nominational schools, for in the St. Patrick rendered telling, en- r?' J training of tho young tho marvcloos thuslastlc asslsunce to tho father Y !!? ?,m of tho Celt finds of his country, and Washington was sein-quet. when on re- often an honored guest at their ban- noble expression. Escsntlally ligious, many of our churchmen aro or tho Irish SSfil? Count Dillon, Hibernian In origin. Three Car- Brigade. "Mad Anthony" Wayno and ?S?Jn, Jr1, dinals and mora than a scoro of Gen. Moyland, tho Mumt of the v Bishops and Archbishops bear Irish Revolution, strove iusUly for tho names. Archbishop Hughes, dis- Continentals, and In England's Par-hL ?,rm", "jL1 patched by martyred Lincoln as llament Burke-anSheridan pleaded special commissioner "to the Pope valiantly for tho patriots of Valloy f!Ltonme1TKotKA00 of her and the courts of Europe, did horcu-- . Vnrtro. in Mira f freedom master- - ,ovely tokca d recalls tho thatched of lean work for our stricken country, e and sees g torn by domestic strifo, and Father ortnlic klirWhFrancorbelovcd Uld bIrth Matthew, tho apostlo of temperance, France. In tho outpouring of hor rests his ancestors, led hosts of Americans to tho altar generous heart sent fleets, troops, aside, of total abstinence, achieving won- troasuro in our neediest hour and Ho laid has blackened pipe oyo moisiuro aimmea nis ders for God and fellowmen. Father at Yorktown crowned struggling , niauoiw oiuo as sou a nuo Abram J. Ryan, of the novnlutronarv forefathers With tho As South, sang tho sweetest, tenderest aureole of nationhood, winning tho The Aprils misty sky. momt5S frost was on his songs of poignant, appealing sontN gratltudo of ovory American till the " ment, and our own Iter. Henry B. "last syllable of recorded timo," may The of March Tierney, tho Inspired writer of Mis- It iiuvur uu lurguLuru luu-- u nutuwb But nilwindsheart wasworo keen, to his wanned and souri, soars to tho loftiest peaks of number of offlcers fleur-do-- privates en ihear wero Parnassus in prose and verso of listed under tho ......, ..... ........ T.ho "Wearing of tho Green." perennial beauty and charm. Tho Irish. All honor to them! 4fi foimrt ThA ii!ir nf 1R1!? sitiH Gaels believe that ideals aro of imburden of his measurably moro moment than the "scattered Gael" doing his full ToWas liftedoffrom yearsback;toil hiB finds stony sharo, and their part In- too ro- -' lives; materialism buiouuu iiuu belllon must bo a prluo to taoii " u"ul";u ground in the Irish hoart. yp.un, from , Thoy blazed trails and trod un- who claim ancestry tlio "Itock tho ' His plzzled hair was black, of beaten paths in ovory era of our Emerald Isle. Moado, wero Tne silken flags and snowy plumes natfonal existence from tho days of Chlckamagua," was of thorn, asMajor ThV passed him all unseen; hero, tho painted Indian to tho latest land likewise tho rush, mining excitement or oil Gen. Phil Kearney, killed facing tho IIoma,S? aE?hx of the 9,ret hoBunS Green." at Chantllly. and Col. Patrick Tho "Wearing "strike." In the-- realms of high foe O'Rourko, who was shot to death ' WHERE thoy are B. commerce finance and mossy rocka and rugged glens kings of Cali gallanUy loading his regiment, was found, the silver voico again, baK fornia, Mackay, Fair, Flood and a career of brilliant apromiso that,An Se' in her cabin door, career thus sadly cut short, Aladdin-lik- e lives, O'Brien, living ad rofrain. began world's C).To,okJuP t? West outrivaling fiction. Their stout greatest atmilitary Point, thowhere ho,sh a broast' academy, mr2c hearts and sturdy hands conjured headed his class for four- years, fo,d bstw!n.'I Y0 jcJ6rclHc't navo never tril ed millions and millions from mothor Col. Robert E. Nugent led 1,200 into An'Lre?,ie "P3 powerfully Home Phone thoso the earth, aiding The 'Wearing of the Green." of death at Fredericksburc United States in tho resumption of and laws wero mowed down llko 900 Shawnee 3226 specie payments by tho flood of grass,, green sprigs in their caps, precious metal they poured into tho tho shamrock and Old Glory In their . Como sun or shadow, onco a year world's monetary circulation. Mar- hearts. Tho Irish Brigade was never ' J11 1a?ds,r sure .1 p,,ay First Class Fresh Meats cus Daly, tho copper magnate of surpassed In hravory on any field iTho &? oId tuno- - tho dear 0,d Montana, did Ilko deeds in tho of Mars. Tho memory of tholr tHn?', , . t ,B treasure Stato and roso from the prowess is forever enshrined on ' , "non SaJnt ? Southwest Corner broath trom bf? Md lowest to tho highest round in tho "fame's eternal camping ground.", ?& supremacy. ladder of Industrial n?" n Twanty-Sixt- fi war saw thai TJiough oceans The and Magazine roll botweon; and literature Irish element In all ranks of tho In art, oratory every exile's ear their potent powers of expression military and naval service, and 'TIs sweet to Tho "Wearing of tho Green." havo won lasting renown, and "Bucky" O'Neill, or tho Rough noted names shine on tho Riders, fatally wounded as ho RED CROSS PACT. long roll. Gen. Thomas Francis pressed on in tho van of tho attack hi warrior, vn Qm lunn TTI11. TCna mmnnr Meagher, rhetorician, The Red Cross Magazine carries h "lnet r.iii miMMrn statesman, was tho author of that tirof n oioi state- classic, thrilling tho "Sword" of devotion" to tho Star Spangled tho . following significant speech, and tho hand of Theodoro ' Hospital npar In tivo cataclysmal world war at tho Red Crosa O'Hara penned tho finest soldier MANUFACTURER OF dlrgo in tho languago, a flawless Patrick S. McGonlgal won tho first Jf'8 s0111'018 of Irlsh descent woro or any tw.Jce aa Pum.er4.fl al. v10 gem, "The Bivouac of tho Dead." medal of honor, rarest, most coveted Dr, otnor nationality." too cnnaren or There are few If any lines moro of all military distinctions. moving, touching than "Kelly and William T. Fltzslmmons. ministering tho Gael, both In Ireland Itself and greater Ireland beyond, havo Burko and Shea," a favorite poem to tho wounded, was tho first com- -, In themoro than their duty In this of Theodore Roosevolt, written by misloned officer to fall, foully done SPECIALTY. war. J. I. C. Clarke, poet, dramatist and bombed from the sky by a murder- - is and tno patnetlc part or jt ail that, while thoy woro fighting to master of ahakesware's tongue, ous hand, and ia Kansas City his BetGreen end Walnut 402 Fifth Avenue. are fit-- ; preserve tho life of. England, the Celt of the 01U. When th silvery nobl life b4. herojc couatry were tryiug vole of ArchbiWof Jrelaad and tlagly cow atem orated in enduring! leaders of that cry fer fredo. 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Ho Is a man of genius, however misapplied, if wo aro to be guided by tho London News, whllo thinks tho Manchester Guardian that anywhere but in Ireland ho in" would now bo a statesman reasonable office, swaying the destinies of his country. la a period that ho ronialns still a character, unfamiliar and mysterious, ho has 222-22- 6 converted an obscura and proscribed East Market, Bet. Braok and Floyd evolutionary society into tho domgggKSRff'ggfflflWnanggcK) inant Irish political party. Ho has routed the entrenched leadership of tho Redmonds ana tho Dillons, the O'Briens and tho Devlins all combined. He Jias revolutionized the attitude of the Roman Catholic hierarchy, at ono time openfy hostile to him. He 1ms Composed feud after feud within his following through his perfect sympathy witn Irish human nature and a raro comprehension of its merits and defects. 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Tho prison experideposit of more than $8,000,000, is tho monument of confidence built by the ences of the past four or five yeara bank. people of Louisville at this safe, conservative skty.five.year-olhave aged tho man, our cony. MARKET AT SECOHP temporary lined and he now looks, UNDER THE BIG CLOCK with his and pinched face, some what older than his thirty-seve- n years. Ho Is fine looking still, says the London News, although he was never handsome, like Parnell In his A. G. Robinson, Secretary Prank Bray, President prime, .or aristocratically elegant, and Mgr II. S. Thomas, P. II, Johnson, Treasurer Nature like the martyr Emmet. seems to have given him the heavy build of O'Counell, but he has not grown fat like that liberator. Tho wide open eyes of de Valera, sot far apart, aro large and staring, forming an essential feature of the physiognomical impression as a whole. The lips aro firm and com- (Incorporated) presst-in repose. me nose is sllghtly hawklike and the skin by Successors to TUB BRAY CLOTHING COMPAJfY Its swarthiness reveals the Iberian OLOTH1SG P O It THE PEOPLK descent. Tho father of do Valera SUITS TO SKIiL AT $10.00 TO $25.00 is understood to have been a politiPANTS TO SEMi AT $1.23 TO 1.50 cal refugee from Spain when he met and married tho Irish girl who was A Postal Caul Will Bring Salesman or Samples and Prices to become tho mother of tho Sinn TO DEALERS ONL.Y Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention LOUISVILLE, KV. FRANKFORT AND STORY AVKS. SEN VTOR LODGE AND IRELAND. flSttrXKWK: Jos. Hubbuch, Sr. Seb. O. Hubbuch John A. Hubbuch BROOKS BROS LADIES' AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS 2831 FOURTH SOUTH AVENUE 1 McAULIFFE'l and Dry Goods and Millinery Store re Catherine PHONE LIBERTY INSURANCE BANK d V.-Pr- Bray, Robinson Clothing Company u iof fire tla&hea early from it. He Fein hero. The little boy received the name does not rant either. Indignation of Edmond in baptism, not Eamonn. llaniea. Tho soul Bhinos forth from Ho learnod to lisp the English ton- - tho flashing dark eyes. Such aro gue In America. When he first av- - tho impressions of reporters for tho rived In Bruroo in County Limerick London press. ho was only six. Ho spoko Spanish He has a tragic platform manner, and French from childhood and in Ho convoys or communicates ho learned to rido like a tion wltli his arms, now folded centaur and to swim and to shoot. ' across his breast or again held belle was educated at a big school hind him until they wave in the air near the college of Blackrock. His as ho darts forward at a declsivo mother despised tho English all her moment. Ono derives an impression life and from the first he was of youth, precisely as in tho tlmo Irish, with a strong of the orthodox homo rulers of tha tendency to play with tin soldlors. Redmond school ono bohcld mlddlo Ho must have the linguistic gift, for ago or gray and bespectacled mait 1b nffirmed that he could speak turity talking about castle governGat-liwith fluency wihon (ho was ment In slightly cracked accents. only, twolvo. Ilia mathematical Thoro is nothing cracked in tha genius the most astonishing of his accents of do Valora, although there endowments disclosed Itself when is on occasional hoarseness. Ho 'has he was seventeen, and ho thought moments f oratorical frenzy whon 1124-2- 6 at one tlino of becoming an as- he seoms anything but the cool and tronomer. Before he had passed on calculating geomotrioan. He might to tho colloge of Blackrock ho wa occasionally be deemed dlffuso, if DSKSSHEffiRSSKSKSJffiSE applying mathematical formulas to not incoherent and irresponsible. In every conceivable problem. His a moment more ho is calm, collected, senso of proportion and of order, narrating somo fresh instance of 1ils foresight, his construotivencss, British stupidity. hia ability to plan far ahead, are Stupidity, as the London world aspects to all who know him of his says, is tho indictment of the He was a British always when do Valera Is mathematical goniiiB. succossful tutor In consequence and called upon to frame it. Thoro aro he astonished the oxainlners when momenta when do Valera goes so far applying for his degree with abstruse as to say that the British aro not calculations of planetary weights oven ordinarily bad. They are simthat revealed no error at any stage ply stupid. The topic in dwelt upon of intricate computations that filled with a wealth of fcllcious Illustra reams of papor. In a quieter period tion from tho Irish, point of viow. of historv,. wLrttfi&Snno who-- ' knows It is ono of the- paradoxes of )us him to a LondWaper, m julght situation that do Valera Is; perhavo become a Newton or worked sonally qulto popular with many of out fresh theories of dynamics. Ho tho English, in Ireland. He hai seems to have thought at one tlmn not the cold aloofness of Parnell in his own of going Into the army, for his mili- dealing with, everybody, tary aptitudes, among Ids fellows followers Included, nor yet the at any rate, are rather high Indeed. fcomowihat aristocratic hauteur of His ringing laugh, his athletic the late John Redmond, suggesting prowess, unexpected in one of his the English country gentleman, nor romantic and poetical personal ap- the vehement hatred of all thing.-- . pearance, and tho alertness of his British that characterized Dani-- 1 uiannor-'d- a In fact de Valera tan not suggest the broodei O'Connell. Com-Cei-S- ar over figures. be good natured, if sarcastic, in bis . Ho is a brilliant talker, fays tho allusions to the English. "The ; London News, and he seems to have English!," ho is quoted as having no Toservo on tho subject of hid said at East Mayo, "are not like ta dreams of glory for Ireland. His fiourbons, wiio never learned any Tonic The courage is beyond question and ho thing and who never forgot anyreadily faced death at Boland's thing. The English learn man bakery In the "revolution." He things, but they never know how to On Sale at All Drug Stores When rallies his men under fire as only apply their knowledge. anything hi- pro one with tho grit of command and German loams ol inspiration can. He received a cecds to apply tho knowledge; but death sentence calmly, with ono of an Englishman lets his knowledge his favorite works, the "Con accumulate in his head until it hafessions of St. Augustine," under become solid." Do Valera's favorite his arm. He was not In the least Illustration of tho stupidity of thr 3 Months moved, his jailers reported, when a English is drawn from tho state o! reprievo was read to him in his Ireland, a count! y very easily govcell. It would be erroneous to infer erned, he insists, inhabited by a that he is cold or impassive. He- is poople who respect strong govern Dakota-Jac- k Whitemoon meat intelligently administered. In emotional but Naturally ho is nervous. At times fact de Valora's observations, upon he talks iucesbarilly. His tempora- - tho English would make an interest inent is sanguino, not to say en- - Ing volume, specially as ho afiirm. Remedy Company thuslostlc. Ho la huky in having that Instead of hating them he that fine physique, for it shows up really loves them at a distance. At conspicuously before an audience Dublin he predicted once that when and prejudices every observer in his the English put him to death they ?KH3QJSS30CXXXIQffl favor. His oratory Is a . blond of will In their stupidity impart a tho sarcastic, the anecdotal, the pol- superfluously sanguinary character to Groocl Ttxcixx CoHt !"-ished, tho enthusiastic. Tho spark the act. Current Opinion. Jos. Hubbuch, Sr., and Sons DEALERS UN WALL PAPER, CARPETS AND RUGS Home Phone, Gity 4300 . cmo-Irela- nd v r ly e West Market Street Manhattan Blend Coffee Gel It Erom Your Grocer COSTS ONE GENT PER CUP R. J. THORNTON & CO. BULLITT STREET 0SSifiltfJ i r Be Great Spring 1 - - $1.00 For 3 Boxes Last - ft40 Homo Phono Shnwnce 10f t, Cumberland "West '20n J SIMON PONTRICH FLORIST J" I 28TH AND GREENWOOD AVENUE CUT FLOWERS, DESIGNS AND PLANTS ' I .. SkW&&Q&$ BRINK EPP'S COLA. EPPING'S SOFT DRINKS k i pathy. Our own Government is built on tho foundation of political A young man is not always and religious liberty. Ireland has wrong When ho opens his mouth championed theso principles as has to discourse he does not, by a kind no other nation on earth, and in of compulsion, uttor an absurdity their defense has poured our her o ra truism. Tho thoughts of youth blood for centuries. Nor are hor are long, long thoughts, and somc- - children in America recreant sons tIrao3 thoy aro exceedingly valuablej of this noble mother. Tho most reinus ior instance senator Jienry cent ordor for the conferring of Cabot Lodge, of Massachusetts, said the Distinguished Service Cross very well nearly a quarter of a cen- contains sovon names. Tho first tury ago: four are Kelly, McLaughlin, Hanley sympathize instinctively . . and Gill. These are followed by "We with men who are struggling any- Thomas, Harlin and Roskoski. The where for freedom and tho right modern defenders of liberty, "disto govern themselves. In certain tinguished for extraordinary heroquarters today it is tho fashion to ism," do not seem to bo exclusively sneer at this Amorican sontlmont or even largely But nnd to ask why wo should symra-thlz- o howover this may bo, our sympathy with tho In3h, or waste fighting for freedom thought on them. . . When tho with "men lacks tho first element of modorn friends of England in tho sincerity If It excludes Ireland, United States jeoringly ask why whose sons have fought for freedom we should trouble ourselves about on the world's bloodiest fields of . . and go so far nfiold the Irish battle. America. with our sympathies, they fall to remember tho history of their own GAELIC DILULV. country. .'. . Sympathy for men fighting for freedom anywhoro la A revival of tho ancient Gaelic distinctively Amorican, and when as from fear or greed or from ab- drama in San Francisco, as well presentation sorption in raoroly material things the English havingof tonotable dramas do with Irish we despise and abandon It, wo shall In being projected and not only dony our history and our life local manners, is lovers who met Irish art birthright, but our faith in our own by republic and all wo most cherish and decided upon the formation of A an Irish theator movemont. will fado and grow dim." Noble words, aro those. True the feature of the new movement will Senator was not spoaklng for Iro- he the presentation ofof dramas in tho Gaol. land. Ho was pleading tho cause the original language of Cuba against Spain. But the This Is being dono not only as a change of words makes no differ means of fostering love for tho ence whatever. To sympathize with language of Ireland, but also of proman fighting for freedom any- testing against those who are en where" Is, as Mr. Lodge justly ob- deavoring to discredit that lanserves, - a distinctively American guage. Tho first productions of tho trait. We can 'not now Teplaco that now theater will be glvon In Easter of the sympathy, by unfriendliness to Ire- - week In commemoration heroism of the Irish martyrs who lanu without disowning our whole gave their blood for the foundation history. With Ireland we Ameri- cans have a peculiar bond of sym- - of the new republic. . "Anglo-Saxon." any-whor- e" FIRST FEAR. and fighting chaplain of tho 105th (old was Roglraont, Irish heard from by letter from Romagen, Germany, for the first time in what seems ages to his friends. The fighting priest, who has faced death a thousand times on a dozen battlofields, oxpressos fear for tho first time. foar of what ho will got Ho when ho faces Now York. writes in part: "I liko fame when it brings me a Iottcr liko yours, from somebody I know and like. And wnat I appreciate in it is tho satisfaction it gives my old friends and tho pleasure I got out of tho signs of their friendship. That's meat and drink to me, but tho rost of It, Ross parades and dinnor and publicity honost. Ross, I am afraid to face Now York when I hear what thoso devilish young 'boosters' of mine say, and I havo the uncomfortable feeling of my sonso of humor being turned on myself. Of courso thoy aro lying gloriously, but I bless thorn for their good will and d thorn for tho embarrassment." Father Duffy, the beloved Sixty-ninth) GOODWIN'S ETIB AIVD 3vrot Tlxlija: bBLIOIOUS Jellies, Preserved Fruits, Apple Butter, and Mince Meats. 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Is Major Duffy. n. house" Central School Supply Company 313 West Main St. Louisville, Ky. . .c&rrTioxrir XRjrsxi .AJMaazirxoAJNr- - INTO NEW LIFE ML J Your Spring Army Aviator Direct From HatUc- fields Join.1 Trappist Monks. Hat SJYf x F.s.ftca Is Here! $3.50 up. Donned Seventeen Kncmy Planes Whllo Setting Wit Aus-y- tralian Army. Major W. It. Itynn, a Jfativo of Louisville slid Born of Irish Parental EXPERIENCES. story j' While returning from Louisville one ovening several weeks ago my attention was attracted to the uniform of a soldier that I first took to 'bo that of an American marine, a uniform rarely seen in this section. This caused mo to speak to tho man who woro it, and I was surprised to find that it was that of an Australian soldier, ono worn by those who "were considered among ZZ tho best In tho Allied armies who had fought so valiantly on tho field of Franco. My surprise at Eeclng an Australian soldier was greatly increased when I found that I was addressing Major W. It. Rynn, an aco who had brought down seventeen German planes, according to official records, and had received from the hands of Gen. Focb. tho Croix do Guerre. Tho military and other medals for distinguished bravery had been bestowed by thoso empowered to "With tho of the many oil companies and leading business men interested glvo them. Ho would spend the night at Now Haven before going in tho oil game in Kentucky, I hope to mako tho Kentucky Oil Journal interesting and Abboy, "where he to Goth8emani hoped to bo received as a member thing that we can feel is a credit to Lotiisville and tho State as a whole. Louisville and the of tho Trappist order. and with the hearty ap State needs just such a, magazine as I shall try to issuo Theso facts were not gleaned from him at once, for ho was not proval of thoso interested in this tho greatest of games I am sure of success. Those of ybtt',,. eager to talk of his many exploits. Ho was as modest as a girl' who havoread the il aiid Mineral Journal for the past year or so" I am in her teens, but for all that was an elegant, polished gentleman and too polite to refuse to answer a civil sure will mo to tho finish," and I ttjust that I will be able, with the .material at hand, question. Ho was a man of good i appearance, ago between twenty-fiv- e to get you out a much more interesting publication. and thirty years. Had my namo been other than I am a" member of tho Printers' Union and will be, glad at all times to give any readers Barry I dont believe this story would have- ever Ibeen written. It of tho Ky. Irish American my confidential advice on what to buy and sell in stocks free of touched a tender spot la his heart, ' ' charge if you are a subscriber. for bis mother had answered to tho namo of Maggie Barry, in ber BUILD-INMy offices aro open from 8 A. M. to 9:30 P. Mr at 411 J2 home before she had married his father, who was born in South and will be pleased to sec any ono interested in oil or mining, stocks. Both Phones 3015. Cork, only a few miles away from where my father had first saw light OLD MAN (P. L.) HARRIS. Yours for more oil and dividends, FOUNDER OF THE SCANLON COAL COMPANY in the Emerald Isle. This fact, I believe, caused him to say more to INCORPORATED mo than he would have durinc the To My Many Friends in Louisville : evening I spent so (pleasantly with him the On this happy St. Patrick's day I want to thank my many Therein were office of the Sherwood. .rf'jws V others present who" heard him speak of his exploits, but friends for the liberal p"atronage,given.oufcornpanyinthepast; nono of them suspected that he We are preparing fofbigger things in the future. Our Golden Oak would so soon mako the suDremo effort of his life fey throwing aside mmsaHgagwraaai j4 the best coal I have handled in my forty years' experience in the an the worldly honors ho had realize tho Home Phone 3104 Cumb. Phone S. 2403-- a coal business. Our motto is still "Service' and Satisfaction," and achieved. They didof notits meaning true significance when ho said, "I have achieved we intend to live up to it. When you want "Scanlon's Coal" jusi every goal in life I tried to reach, With the Oldest and Strongest Trust Company call me up at the Scanlon Coal Company and I will see that you get everj' honor that could bo given to ono of my age, but what does it all in the State of Kentucky, the the best and get it promptly., Sincerely yours, amount to?" In his mind must have been that injunction of Holy DAN SCANLON. Company. Columbia Writ. "What doth it profit a man If ho gain tho whole world and loses his immortal soul." Deposit your money for safe keeping, subject to check1. He was born in Louisville, but ; his people had moved from there Deposit your money for savings and draw interest. 3Efi1:Si to Akron, Ohio. His education was received at tho University of Notro Deposit your valuables in the vaults for safe keeping Dame, Ind., where ho had graduated Job Work Promptly Attended to .; at a nominal charge. o Among the with distinction. athletes ho was the first in the Obtain the valuable services of the Real Estate De running list of Ms class. A rubber manufacturer of Akron recognized partment. his ability and sent him to Aus- BKSHSBBBI tralia as their representative. Ho In agency and trust matters the Trust Department possessed unusual talents for secret Home City 1399-139- 8 Ctunb. Main 9110 will serve you. service work. The Australian Government discovered this faculty and If you should be absent from the city it will attend to secured his service. Ho was serving in this capacity when the war yonr affairs as though you were in the city. broke out and volunteered for the V. INCORPORATED front His unusual courage and If you have any difficult problems in finance or busi-- . CORNER SHELBY AND JEFFERSON STREETS caused him to be A ness consult with the officers, who stand ready at all; Belected for tho air brigade when ho Complete Prescription Department. achieved success. Drugs, Patent Medicines nml Toilet Articles. times to serve you. "I get dizzy on a high building," ho said, "but up thore--I am not VST. affected. After you pass through Get Acquainted With Him. the first clouds, where it is the coldest and tho mo3t dangerous on account of the varying currents of lowed a spy to this very hotel I tery aro open to him at any time Fourth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. ho desires to leavo and will remain air. it's easy sailing. Yes, I have believe that Dr. Smith, the dentist, open for tho next seven years. If gone up 27,000 feet that is the suspected my mission, but he had $2,775,000.00 limit you aro permitted to go. Not no way of confirming his suspicions, he perseveres until then he can CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .many men can stand to make the Yes, 1 caught my man, and with mako his flnal vows to remain until trip. I had a most unpleasant, ex- him three others that I wanted. I he Us carried to tho monks' grave-tol- d them that 1 would get them ' yard to bo Interred without a coffin, perience in Glasgow, Scotland, tha.t f recall with regret. I was to make over seas. It was what they wanted. as all members of tho Trapplsts I Home Phone City 1475 Cumb. Main 1475 an ascension there and a big hueky VI courso tnoy were promptly ar are. Scotchman asked to accompany me. rested on landing." "Did you do anything else " O'DOIIERTV Jfc YOXTS. I consented and away we flew. On "Yes, I made flights and speeches my return to earth I turned and The firm of O'Doherty & vYonts asked him about tho landing I had in tho various money drives through mado, but received no reply. I England and Scotland and for the is ono of tho strongest and most asked him again and then wentto Liberty loan drives hero. I havo brilliantly successful at tho Louis him and found him dead. I was done my bit for tho world and now ville bar. Tho senior member: of and degraded flvo want to do something for the salvapoints. Tho verdict was Just I had tion of my soul. I have a brother tho firm, Judge Matthew O'Doherty, violated tho rules in letting him go. who is a Trappist monk at Oka, is noted for his legal ability, bis "I have seen death in all its Canada, and a sister who is a Naz wonderful oratorical powers and forms men Morally torn to pieces areth Sister of Charity, at present his devotion to tho cause of his Judgo O'Doherty Is ono of by shells but tho most harrowing at St, Joseph's Infirmary, tho best posted men in tho country, signt or ail is to pee tho wounded ville." Ho left for tho Abbey tho next possessed of sound judgment, a men sink into tho mud and die morning, where ho discarded tho shrowd Judgo of character, and tho there unable to help themselves. "Tho one death that effected mo uniform of an aco for that of tho ability to know men as fow others gift His splendid most was 'ny buddy.' He was as ordinary garb worn by tho people know them. has flno a chap as ever drew breath. of the fourth century as ho entered talent for reading character as the Right been ono of tho big factors In his There was not a man In tho squad- tho novlate. Now,expresses V It, "de- successful career and enabled him ron that did not, love him. Ho was Rov. Father Abbot high rank he is to win many hotly contested cases. still a student aviator. I had Just spite his previous 'private' in the Judgo O'Doherty is also a man of returned from Si Bpln that I bad now a thoroughly enjoyed and ho took my army of tho Lord." For tho next great public eplrit, takes part in Trappist inaugmachine to mako a 2,400 feet soven years he will try tho Benedict every progressive movementcity urated for tho good of tho that rule and I watched JVC ascent. So? him as he life, men to livemado by St.the T who seek salva tho pooplo, and was tireless in pa ascended, and ho went up all right, for AND tion of their immortal souls. It triotic work uurlng tho world war. but something went wrong and the machine took flro. "What tho trouble consists of prayer, contemplation, Ho Is esteemed as ono of the best fasting, manual citizens we havo in Louisville, and was T never knew, for tho sight solitude, sllenco, literally paralyzed mo. Unablo to labor and subject to the will of tho is in very way worthy of tho en- turn my head away, I saw him Abbot. What a contrast thore will viablo position to which his genma burn to a crisp. No words of mine be between his past and tho future and ability have raised him. can express tho horror or sorrow life. Tho nolso of tho zoo zoo of ASSISTS FATHER WILLIAM. I felt. I had over three years of tho machine will bo superseded by service at tho front and ondurod hosannas to tho Most High. The Rev. Father Driscoll, Secretary to many hardships. Of course thero dermans 'he meet3 now will not bo the Right of the. were some pleasures. I lost my tho demonsAfter & battle, but loving Is assisting Rev, Bishop O'Donaghue. tempestuous voyRov. Father tiausepohl furloughs or vacations through" the brothers. with fact that I had been In thi secret age of life be has found a haven of Aiary the Lenten services at St Magdalen's. On. Sunday evenand service. I was sentck ito the reel where peace"Will hetranquility ings thero will bo serrnoa. and 'benereign supreme lead it State on a mission of this kind." can and 1203 WEST MARKET STREET "Looking for I Mid. until tho Anal call? Hec aloae own diction at 7:46 o'clock music at tho nw under "Ho." the rDIed. "I lwav lff answer, lie is tnre ihum thore U meelal Fred Harig. Hem Phone City 1396 Louisville, Kentucky thai to tbq local offievrv. I fol- - free Will. The doors of the monas-- tho dlrction of Mrs; Special Styles for men and young men in light weight and regular weight hats for Spring wear. They come in African brown, emerald green, bronze tan, steel and black. Ve also have stiff hats for spring which cling to the more conservative black. These hats range from $3.50 up. HAS TITRILLLVG was written by John J, Barry, of New Haven, and reproduced In the columns of tho Now Haven Echo: fTho following interesting LEVY'S :: WARK E.T AT TH IWD ' DANIEL SCANLON semi-monthl- y, Montana-Wyoming-O- bo-"wit- h " TIp-pera- ry INTER-SOUTIIER- N G Transact Your Business Fidelity and Wm. J. Brady GAS AND . PLUMBING, Trust I ISTecurlsr Bverytiody Xii-v- t mts at STEAM FITTTING col-leg- 1136 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET ECONOMIC PHARMACY SIER:25JLV, . Louisville's Finest Cafeteria Walnut. Between Fourth and Fifth i JE. Manager Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company Shuler Axles Truck, Trailer and Automobile Axles M$fr49,fr NUGENT SAND CO, CLAY AND FULTON STS. Kentucky court-martiale- d Louis-client- s. Louisville, full-fledg- ed J. P. WILL CO. I Shuler Axle Mfg. Co. 1 LUMBER YARD PLANING MILL 1901 to 1909 PORTLAND AVENUE 1900 to 1908 HIGH AVENUE 5& Jones and. N Streets O I CHARLES. WILLMAN PIUMBnSTG Asm '' if. - GAS FITTING dKrt," r 3) '- s -, - '. i4 icjarxjOKTsr xixn "Aiwciwrojei. itHHMBHHHMHHflHHBMnnprT A ' flf M Lead aad Zlae mlalnic nap, Note the required t 0 k mn II aen-nx- r run u mIIL A twraty-ocr- c mills of tract vrlll run t S50 taaa dully capacity far Tie f yaotarraaalc fclrdixyr ., Hii mill 111, . ---- HHHHHM--H-- -t "" hum. V , ,5 f Si d &! ti r.i...K. ; I I X 7r. w , hi III -- UiSL' I 1 i III!'"' 1 nr K 11 K.W- sKac SPIM8BwlttaKkl!OHt S S'-- "H8JCaB fl!ixijijiBBifl-- Bi Pi m M MBiaWi-aaBBPgre?ff- sre m m m A Pronounced meeess The unqualified success and tremendous profits of theKentlicky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, composed al most entirely of Louisville men, has led to the formation cjf another coiiipany, headed by the same jgentlemeR for the purpose of further development of the same buildings. . Keoeaun - v i . ,hl-- 1 ; M v i 'Lal--- t ' r! titfcjiS.- - 4W 113 'i m m m m MMMWiig fllfliilll A view of tlio lutwlor of a load mid zinc mine Miimlm; the lrocfJS8 uf Kttiut; out the ore. illBBilMiii-lS- s wvilro 'r4v.r Vllll-- M lii. r iB ?fi;i,l.TPll y " ' "Hill "III HI W l-B- jitH-P- 1 & The first company was composed of T. Crutcher, President; N C. Cureton, Secretary, and W.' E. Newbold, .Treas-- . urer, with the following directors T. M. Crutcher, lNeil Wilson Funk, William Phillips, N, G. Cureton, Charles A. Funk, T. T. Beeler, G. W. Scott, with Hon. E. J. McDermutt as attorney. M. i that this statemehtfmayibeifreadilK vgri-l- j Company lias just been organized withrHT. M. Crutcher, President; T. ,T. Beeler.,i fied either by ma'Hjpr tejejinone.?!: fr,ll!T & Lead The Louisville Mansfield Zinc J. - 34 HI r 'I..---. laW9---- -a HBHT ,fili--FPTi HHBHHRR&j!ayi Vjrr'm iftK Tfte Mansfield The Capital Stock was placed at $ip0,p00 and is ow.hed almost entirely by! Louisyille men and those of nearby ' towns. -- Vice President; Nl C. CuretWr, tary; W. E. Newbold, and with the fofc '"'m lowing directors J. C. Mahon, T, , M. Crutcher, N. C. Cureton, T. T. Beeler and W. E. Newbold. Sec.j . . - District ' ' - T. (ll H - M The mineral wealth of the Mansfield, Mo., district is abundantly shown in' the bird's-ey- e view at the top of this page. Mines and smelters, paying prodigious profits are to be seen on every hand. The reason lies in the fact that here is to be found the richest and purest ore deposit in the entire region. and zinc producing State, producing 82 output in the entire United States. In fact, the State of Missouri is the largest lead of the W iiiBiBi-H-- : !' iBiilrl: feil i'm&rn ?,'., ;' 1 ill SB 4ft aiaaM-Hr9l-Oal S This stock is now; paying 2' to 3 per cent, per month; A list of these stock- holders has beej.n printed and can be ob- -' tained on applicatidn to the company sq The Capital Stock"! $500,000 with shares at ?Xi00 each, fully, paid and,noi, assessible. $200,000 of this stock, has stock has already been taken' tip but the restwiil.be offered immediately to .those desiring a, very profitable and sale in-- :'- '" v ve'strnQiit.. s ,.) '" -- i. . jb,; m m m m ff.'t .'(jg . '.- v. ir iip JT " tv .'-- '. ByiErJBrx-3-!I- j8I t llfiiih. w iJ ! ;' - .jr "BlllllBii SBH81I9II IMal a .IHRllilUilflIl "IIIIIIIIIII 111 - ; . ...;...-v - . V . ,, v .. . v . -- ' y 'S- V'W''-y- aVAwtttaaf ' - ,...., ,tf. M ,jM.:'y m m m Inli'Hor of mill showing wpumtt'd from the rock. ,ji liow the ore i ; w m Ml IClilJS-- T?'' ';; KI "'w-yr; ?; ? f 'lv.. J - "' 'if''',.''f - - Sf ,HH. Bvi aH , a - v.slzBw ?B'i5. H Z M . m mi . It is the theory of geologists that this point, Mansfield on the highest ridge on the Ozarks, marks the spot of a prehistoric, volcano. which deposited this vast store of mineral wealth by an eruption. At any rate, it is there and is being mined and smelted at tremendous profits. ' mediately adjoining is the successful Rod Bird lead and zinc mine 6f W. E. Galdwell (olLouisville). Very rich ore was found in this mine at a depth of only thirty-fiv- e feet, . fit "'""'? "r ' aRMr&LULi "JKjVtnnBka. 4. ' 4 1 Sa PIIS8SwaanBlKt' 3 I HSK,IBB Ma sn hfl SSjsrrflifcv. ggtifBMKT llfl hMllI . HI I M IK m Hm m It is an absolute fact that the Louisville Mansfield Zinc and Lead Co. refused last Friday an offer of $50,000 cash for forty acres of their holdings immediately adjoining the first mill and the veritable spot where the new company is to be located. Im- I.oulsvillo Mansfield- Zinc & Lead Co. 40$ Starku Building, Louisville, Ky. I am interested In your proposition and would ho glad to TOuke an lnvcstlgaUon without obligation on my part. Kindly Bend me coplea of your booklet and fullest i ''",' ' - Profits in Lead and . FT'TT"" ' tl & m m m When you buy stock in a lead and zinc mine, you are' not taking chances or buyyirig a "pig in a poke," but you see just wha't you are getting. The property is proven by drills and you absolutely know that the mineral is there in vast quantities"be"ft$r6 mining is1 commenced. A striking example of the success of the mill's is ' the Eagle Pitcher Co. This company has raised frty milHu tf iUllars in the past five years. ', i Zinc Balla&ftaaS!3s8lll9i IftaaaaigglSlil $43 wfc-l- IBP ff " gi iHl" - p5--"ya;-.-.7- ., l ;.&' fW : 'Mli1! 'at f,4 A&aaVBgSMI 1SK9 5' ' ; . ,:A:tl,ii---Alut-A.aa- l&laaQaHHB9HNa jft'yA'ikc!!KaWBSjafs8a-1m .'M!lHJiBSaBSSaatftSsfaBwHliB ' tf y .T'alifca1 J : ' ' M 1 1 1 1 1 ft V SI plcturu of mill Miowlmj where the ore omrnt frwnMlMj rot'k by vo(cr process. UIMMO.NS 'iin ' y I ' F rgf. fllllll iilll Illf ' 1 . ? f . : ' . 5 , ..' , , Nttine Aililresa ' . . . . afataaaaa4 " - ''' , k Five years ago thia district was an empty prairie y there are aeveral hundred mills in successful operation and it k estimated that one acr ' of this , land will produce a million dollars in ore. ' to-da- , OF SUCCIJSSFITj MKS "KouiuhUlon or woalth U the tlral w fil hi V. Morgan. 1'oriuHtTi. lunuuicrbli have bee" made l ' $!, J- II I "m ''.. 4i'JttL"' , . men ami women of comparatively BmaU inraiia who had th foruilKht to iHvest ht or UUuff of utility and await - an- I '. .H'Vii." ' Vi . ; i .: 'H'H W 3 Hj$' 'c M M' " il 1 5 Ml ...W ' at..... . a ,j.j;" iB... B B Toufeville 3lfon$Mit3p5ait an v M t I' fBhH 'jU. i'f n ttiBe. h,?, T'v. entttcfe " ....... .,... ... . . t . ,, .'.;. ...-.1 . . . i . '.. A-r il - , v g ) . . .afji m I 1 409 Starks Bld. tMfttlllftliSIM - v Phones City and Main 2154 '. r'n Jt v- -f v-lN.'4fci K j 'J JCEaDUOKrV XlKfcIS! ..., ................ t. 1 AMJB&IMOAJW. . I I I I i J.XJ1 HH i I Want a Man lst I sg Bf Greater Today Than We Were s Yesterday-SmallerTh- an 9 We'll Ever Be Again desire th assistance of one man in this commt unityall or part of his time an a financial proposition of great merit. to arrange unusual remuneration for this work and can give cordial support and to the man who undertakes it. Libera advertising through the Press. I am willing co-operation The Estimated si A would give this matter ough and complete investigation. Call en or address If interested, I wish yo; a thorV f I Z&Z Cx WCmsr f HON " w- vl 8 VW1U 4 For March E ( Mar. .. 'n VA V T. T. AW Beeler mo If sis III ' Sttrks Bide Louisville, Ky,! W M NV Eayected In During 0V March Mor.WIU . Ill m V XSjVOf edScW M4g7 yZJlJ) yxa rhj?jf'. VnTOS?,0te: tJHL E?.m jTrZ I 1 I JffMi ' '&? feX BBHBI "fescV ISIS Wslt Mc-- e tTi - z&LJPi1$ 'fslll Y Py For W W t & SSSsi I I M3&? m CnForCted yyu 14 . MAY wriieForFuH Particulars V um jQ " j - ' JI ffi jyyVVVVVy to her advice. Never discouraged through her long career, she leads n the path for the gallant men, and although her brow is wrinkled with pain as she beholds Charm of 8elMlHl for Her Allen, Larkln and O'Brien strangling on the gallows, and her noble Children a MarkJed Trait is sons sent in the convict ship to Van Olemen's land, still she has hopes, Her Character. and strives along like the pure seagull battling the mighty waves. Iarnell has taken up her wail. He LriKkvMoOier 1 Kbowh for Manner tells her that her sun Is surely to rise; tlio dawn seems near. It was IatWuIck She Lives 1b Life of a terrible night, a night of storm. Prom billow to bounding billow Children. cast, her little canoe often seemed on the verge of sinking into tne mlKhtv deep, still she sailed on, al appear ways and Devotion of in the hoping that land would Perseverance, Faith dlstauce and that through the help of her children Irish Mothers Among Chief she 'might be able to make a land-luGlories of Krln. sixty-sevekind-hearted IRISH MOTHERS MacManus, O'Dougherty and the rest men listen of the brave forty-eight rn-i- n , ., Ml ' sVi , Sill III 5r4y feTS-- WLmizs ""'wa atr-VST- tE3L X O ( Tf ffcTHSf I WjBu More Dri,,In ? II This is the Company You Want To'TieTo" ate hU or her luvesUnenta Increas each day, like to "tU" to a concern that "dot thtata" ana "sreU reaulU." If you have "watched ua trff" durlas the past two Baeatba yeu bow feel that "tola U the very chance" to get lata a soea, live oil cots-aa- y tfeat eaea day It to rttwtaff strengrer each day taa;tof la mere "relden fluid" which, when spelled out, means "dlrldcnds." Vie haven't apace to tell you nil w are doing; day by day but fill out the "Inquiry Coupon" and particulars will be mailed you at once we both Iom money If you don't the mar stock we sell the more Wvy vsSr- il v&n pffinpffij ffl$3$Wf COVr-Oed- UwBSf WJw WfSv WMf I . 1 I lsZ&'' . XX J Down 700 Feet, eAre Pro- - Mora DtfTy jgl tfH (f With Showing S a Evry Javstor who w&nU to rANIHl n&HMwBSWmgA WmL ir t Well Brought to JJTmePuce Goes UR cy ptinR Lfl5m3Emyl5Efl L ducinir g. Well !?AaSMSl- T?ssr 'WM&v2(Z?!h rwsyv - v 4.; ("?l 3 ' 0, s , S rvss&ZSirjElzz'f JLr Uinceuifi 4rtr,A N .r I the Revolution doing the same no- fble work for humanity sho was ac customed to In her native land. She stands on Broadway, New York, There she walks through the with folded arms, as the gallant h marches to the front green fields of Erin, with her mod) est shawl around her that beauti- which carried hundreds of her chilrA graves, but ful Irish mother. la she really the dren to theirdeed. Indeed she glo( SfnntALutft MomoeK sTrooo America ried in the woman that our American theater MJr present to us? with flcry red hair should be proud of the Irish mothwell we can drill and each noble and T nhd uncultivated crow? Is she the er. Everything that iswas brought well means more Dividends. vulgar "Biddy" papers are fond of good In Its Institutions painting before us? No, we don't here and planted by her. She was ruined to he found among the thlnlc so. Ask the victims In the hospital, comfortwalls of Erin, and If they could only speak they would tell you that she ing the distressed in their homes. the MAP OF OL FIELDS- SHOWING MAJESTC OJL FIELDS stands alone oa this earth the Instructing the youth in readyfaith to brightest star that ever shone upon of her fathers always help humanity at all times and in lti bosom. We, see her landing on the Irish all places. She Is surely wotth re shore from the sunny land of Spain, membering. seo IS m Wo can her tonight in that with the great Milesians of the past. standard against land beyond a.the foam, on her knees She follows their prayer for those that the Tuatlia De .Danaans, and fell be- offering up MAJVSTIG Oil. COMI'ANl. OIL for those neath their sacred banner in Glen are dead and can see her.gone over Ilealty Bulldlutr, LoiiUrllle, Ky. throwing through the the seas. We ScoitMn. We see her sorrow at a glorious 'age that followed the forth her soul 1b mountainside wake, Gentlemen Without oblttftttlona to me, kindly w with the Incorporated noble Irish same' end me full particulars about your wonderful her wall the coming mother. We behold her at the side she Is jollybut at gay, trying at fair company, while atoclc may etill be had. Horns Office, Realty BuilcUnf all and of th? gallant Fianna Elreann, enand couraging them on to victory. We times to be happycome good.go, Laulsvllle, Kentucky Name and and Historians will Street. see her stretched ovor the lifeless writers will paint the deeds of great comae of jthe slala. Heading forth will men and women. , Address . . her soul ia sorrow as so other wo rise from many a Monuments the grave, but man ever none Derore. we wai greatest CWrlte name and addreM very plainly.) and noblest monument in down, with her through Christian by far the bright- the world today, which will stand Ireland. She Is est flower In the land the great the elements of time, whose tower wind exemplifler of love and truth. Wo of strength will never yield topurity follow her through the Danish In- and fitorm, Is the hospitality, ZiBKSIESXUKafflC vasion. She Is ever admired by the and llrtue of that good Irish mother. "GIIOUXD FLOOR PROPOSITION." has now become, quo of the greatKNIGHTS OF est factors in business of all kinds. warrior Norseman warrior we must er. The mere fact that the Standard fit is In constant demand by the call him, because he was surely a VICTOR! LOAX POPULAK. Oil and other large companies- ar Government and the people of all brave' man in battle. Sho stands by now investing millions of dollars in countries, of this the htlr of Clontarf on that Good Now that Congress has passed the Kentucky oil properties is a proof company, ifand the officers justified by results con Late New That Will Interest Friday morning telling Murrooh bill authorizing of the that thnrA the flotation a nmimfflpnnf liiflrtnlr template building a 'refinery whose that Jt was that day the God man Members Here and Liberty suffered and to drive the Danes for- - Victory can not Ioan, too much the for the State oil fields SO per cent profits will belong to tho share- be attached to ever from the shores or "uauoa. statement recently mado by Secre-tai- y of tho wells drilled arc& .commercial holders not only for the crude oil producers and though there may be 'but the refining and marketing the She hi with us marching eastward Jlas3, urging QtiMi n nmnn. She tells ua that of the Treasury loan be pop en plpinpTlt fit rlalr In t)if nrllllrtc nf flnlnluwl nmilunf to inet StronKhow. the forthcoming as this coming from so rella- that there was no place on the holy ular in the same sense as those that everj' 'well, yet with the careful Seven hundred candidates tecclved soil of Erin for such a monster. Sho preceded it. This loan, in order that Dllcatlon Of aeoIOKlcal information ble a comnnnv nffnra nvprv altrnr- - tho fourth degiee tecently nt Chl- fallwt In driving the Earl of Pem- Die greatest grood should b? ac and a knowledge of the nature of tlon to tho Investor, and cannot bolcago. broke7; but she nobly succeeded In complished, sara too The Inst initiation added tWAIltV. must be popular In ev u, mese risss are reauceu to a and nigniy recommenaeu as aprices Street promising invesemtnt at Eleventh iualdK the Normans more Irian er' sense of tho word, it would he minimum. nine members to tho council. at Plnel on securities nave gradually that are within reach of all. ttiaa her own children. This was unfortunate Indeed t( the people BlUfT, Ark. . .0.a$F-due to her noble traitij of character, nere to a&sumo that the banks are strengthened of late and one of the Kvnnsvillc- Knights have 'endowed PAYING THE PII'KK. her Tnoral power, as well as her expected to absorb this last offering strongest and most reliable comnino scholarshipasln Hho Catholic The United States went Into .the Boys' High School. matchless virtue and her boundleai that Mwuk tho close of tho financial panies In the business is the Suiety KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE, j horalUllty. She stay with her an burden to be borne by the American OH and Gas Co, with offices at room war to win, Thrift Stamps and Liberty Bonds will settle thq bills. The cil Last Sunday Blehon Gun ell Coun cleat', principles through tho dark people because of tho world war. 53, 112 South Fifth street. conferred the second and third The officers of this company, all Government has dono Jta part;- - It cruel Uaya of Cromwell. lastructlnB The financial situation, as woll as K, of C. Homo In decrees her children to rua the Shaanoa the business situation. Is dependent prominent business men, constitute now looks to tho people or the na- Covington.nt tho red with their Wood rather tbaa upon as wldo as distribution as pos- Its board of directors and none are tion, always patriotic, to lend not night Hon. James forsake their glorious past. W sible of the Government borrowings. under salary, John R. Bod, office ijlve the money Bi that the war . Next Thursdaj be Flaherty the .honored d Tho her 5ellowlaK the Immortal proreeda of thi Fifth blborty manager of the Rugby Distilling Co., bills, so necessary for tho destruc- guest of tho will Knight of Oh'io and Germany's military machlno, tion ,aad cheeriag lustily as King Loan will come from the people1 and Is President: J, H. BIcUel, Jr., may of paid. Everything in Rough and Dressed Poplar be Tho Government offers Kentucky at a testimonial dinner at Wlllam's siege train was blown to be avnllable for the payment of these wholesale and retail coal dealer. She Is in short time certificates of indebted Vice President; 1). 11. Bod, former an opportunity for every man and tho Hotel Sintou, Cincinnati. atom n t Tho the peach with her apron full of neR8, thus releasing bank funds for Secretary Kentucky Refining Co., woman to prove that loyalty Is as over Knights of Kurflkn arfi elated having ithe California State conbroke bottles and stones, fighting the use- of Industry and agriculture, and K. V. Knight, President of the potent today as It was when tho war vention there iioxt June, and already was In'full blast. New Albany Veaeerlag Co., X. A, back the cursed Invaders of her ami perhaps for a later use ia preparations arcs"' under way to care Incorporated f dividends In the attribution country. She weeps after Sarsaeld the Government again la for the largo number of visitors exsaiMrfor foreign lands, but keeps purchasing future short time Treas- every ckhkier ..will share alike la By rfAIHVAV IMIUVIVn aunanlmous. v5te "Representa- - pected. up the good old fight, always hay-l- a ury bills In case they ehould be of proportion to the amount of stock ConCummlngs, Supremo Knight ridherty tlvo Homer treasury held. fered. fKa in the God of battle that could Tho gteatest misfortune- that share Unsold dividend stock will not necticut, hass. been elected ofChair- most satisfactory visit in San had a Franin any distribution befall this cauntry, next to loslt wUM ome day come to ner and 3.500 on the Pacific coast for ing the war, would be for the Vic- In case of rapid advance In stock man of the Democratic National cisco. Ho went thiough the beauti month. reecMf and throw the hated Council ha adopted retmned soldiers nnd sailors has won New Orlca every stockholder will receive notice Committee to succeed Vance C. ful building of San Frnpclsco Coun teto the sea. Sa iaapirea the tory Liberty Loaa to. fall. and will have the opportunity to MoCormlcfr. tecently resigned. Tho oil, which brought foith exntepslona n netltion. signed,, by the Arch- - the recognition of thoK. of C. by tho voluateers of ;7tl wHh bishop, many of the cleigy ami tho United States Employment Service. COKX CURK. put chase wore shares at the same committee at the name time decided of wonderment. tongue. to kindle a City on a eom4ie leorganlsatton twenty-fiv- e an price She officer of too Dili in the met. mitf fire TSmmet's of corpae turpaatiaapfetoe of aott Rlinen rac ia pany. a any not a Mpeulatirecom- "militant" oampaif ia 1920. for a Last weekfirst degree, atcandidates- 'Mnyor andWilson Council, hisasking torArchbishop Shaw, In laity open New good to use to tho clergy and This tho meet- President of tho Tnl i tWrtjitiTrr and wrap around the offices; to secure for Ireland tho ap- - Orleans, has given his approval to aa unusual honor for oae of hie lag of California Council In San it basic aims being: to lor hit paraactttoM, Ilka toe ob which th oora la; change great principle of tho movement Inaugurated to raise new Chairman is Francisco. The membership cam-- J Plication of tho w thia adjght and atoratatf for a fw axtead It holding of actnal produc- years, vat tn e4 Matter hlmeelf. faa tho membership to 1,000,000 prac- waUflsprs word of flr iato Maach-er'- a days. Tn reMaf ia toafcaatannons tion as rapidly a posaibla and the youasj and saergatlc and is almost palga haa made aecewwry an Inltla- vauioiica, a payment of regular dividend. Oil certain to make food. tion ot new eannHMates twice u I uvcr .,uuu positions in nw eall. and th corn will 4iPVar, KltcHel hears STANDS HAItTIPfl BRIGHT STAIt. good character wherever she goes. We. have seen her during the war of The Irish mother Is the same l yf. Slrty-nlnt- J? xJgr Ivy-cl- fever-strick- en ad yl T S Zr ryrNSKrMJ r V ( Vscirr J S - Watch Us INQUIRY COUPON MAJESTIC Wad-hearte- d, G ROW COMPANY OF AMERICA 2S S3 yy COWIIS - I em-phas- la I NATIONAL CASKET CO. and Migazine ap-'utl- I - 1 Sare-ftel- We Manufacture Poplar Level Siding Ballln-FhaslU- g. - THE NORMAN LUMBER CO. NINTH AND MAGNOJJA AVE. - Red-coa- te kHmri hadle '. nr Ood-UMPtf- M I 1 v. hr i ir ipi '- - T-- l R3 i s" , V :. XS - - "?55PF7B ' "'" - T, 1 , "t t H OBAD MXXK JAJCIVXAXIE" JBSEkKT'TTJOECY XlfcXStXX AJMQB&RXO,A3&. t VOLZ MICHAEL St. Patrick's Day Will Begin an Important Week at Stewart's Shoe Fitters to the Family ANNOUNCING New Spring Footwear We Are Now Showing The ' Most Complete Selection of Snappy Spring Styles, In Oxfords and Pumps, at Popular Prices. ' ; LOOTSVIIXE, KY. YOU CANT DO BETTER ANYWHERE 426 W. MARKET IjIBERAXi terms Plymouth Horse Feed Plymouth Dairy Feed Plymouth Chicken Feed Hay, Grain, Alfalfa, Meal, Etc, Honest Feeds COLDS, be a week of extra values in many things that the people need and have to have, whether they have been fortunate enough to inherit the right to wear theShamrock tomorrow or whether they haven't. These are some of the special events: It will A "EMERSON" SHOES FOR MEN "DUCHESS" SHOES FOR LADIES ! Special attention to fitting children. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS WE GUARANTEE OUR QUALITIES. ! 336 WEST MARKET ST. BgfflgfettMKMrcromiMO PARKLAND FEED CO. Both'Phones HEMLOCK AND .R R. St Patrick's Day Sate of Irish Ltnens. 418 East Market Street. flBBgaaaaafflflKM PURE CANDIES) Cumb. Phone, South RALPH WOLFF & SONS Manufacturers and Jobbers of U LouisviUe, Kentucky INFLUENZA, GRIPPE NO-9- 9 HAYDON'S NO. 55 A Special Sale of Hosiery, at prices' that are not to he excelled. Home Phone, Parkway 350 2255-- Y Si 1 FOR RHEUMATISM 315 SOUTH THIRD ST. $ Two of Haydon's valuable remedies to be found only at the HOMOEOPATHIC PHARMACY Phone City 2530 Also, Kenedy for Enlarged Tonsils A Sale of a Famous Brand of Table Silver at about half price. A Particular Offering of Linen Handkerchiefs K J. E. SCHWARTZ Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables All Kinds of Feed HIGHLANP PARK, KY. F. B. Horstman DEALERS IN & Co i DUFFY ICE CO. 326 EAST CALDWELL STREET CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS Try our Leading Brands of Wines and Liquors and our Full Line of Imported and Domestic Cigars." Everything New , and Clean. Home Phone, City 4374. Besides these events, and one of which would make the week a notable one, the Annual March Sale of Housefurnishing is now in progress, and the economy opportunities fMfrM -- LOUISVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. MM Decidedly of the Finest Quality concern everything needed to make housekeeping easier and and more efficient. v . FORTUNA WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND Southwest Cor. Fifth and Liberty Streets. D D. MAR ' Au STEWART DRY GOODS CO. Incorporated) N CUNNECTiON The Phil tiollenbach (Incorporated) Co. WITH JAMES McCREERY & CO., NEW YORK. Distillers, - - Louisville, Ky. 44i&MM4&&&4Q4444&t4 J. HINES, PROP. 132 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. M"fr4fr-Home Phone 3237 HOME PHONE 3161. 444444frfry$4-frfrS444S$3- MAR. 17 - St. Patrick's Day Celebration UNDER AUSPICES OF MAR. 17 I AL. KOLB'S 323 W. LIBERTY JST. MRffag!HBgnaHiK!g33to M. J. RABBITT i - Ancient Order of Hibernians LOUISVILLE, KY.. Musical and Literay Entertainment with Address by Rev. John O'Connor, on the important Irish Question of Today. Irish Music and Song. General Admission 30c. Reserved Seats 55c. war tax included 44444t&iSt&PW&i4 N. E. Cor Jen,ter and Chestnut McCombs Producing Inter-Souther- n & Refining Co. MARKETERS BOSTON CAFE FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS 335 WEST MARKET STREET, s JACK SHERIDAN'S ABRAM RENICK, President. Louisville, Kentucky. Building. PRODUCERS-REFINE- RS TRANSPORTERS CAFE 7 PETROLEUM Adequate Facilities AND ITS PRODUCTS Personal Service Prompt Deliveries City 968 KgaaPgroOgroflXMKiHilHBSKi PHONE Main 1779- np ffnjm Cor. "Seventh and cMarket Sts. City 2564-PHONES Pruducing Properties: Sales Office: Estill, Wolf, Lee Counties, Kentucky. Boatmen's Bank Building, St. Louis Mo. Refinery: East St. Louis, III. Offices: Winchester, Ky, INQUIRIES SOLICITED HASEBAIilj OUTLOOK SERMONS AT ST. BONIFACE. Established 1874 HENRY SCHULTE Grocer and Liquor Dealer Home Phone City 5318 1 Main 9396 Home Phone ShaAvnee 201 . P. FLAHERTY A SPECIALTY. "V t. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco EIGHTEENTH AND HILL. BRIGHT. seas. Here In Louisville the fans to a man are sorry to see Otho Now with the cares and worries Wathen step aside, as in his career of tho war out of theway the out- as ownor neither time nor money look for the grand old American was considered in giving the city Cumb; Phone West 9178 gamo of baseball Is very bright and the best team in tho market It is all indications point to tho fact that hoped that Mr. Kneblecamp. tho now throughout the country the public owner, will follow that policy, and will return to Ifa fa.vnrltn onnrt tti he will havo tho counsel of two big- numbers. As an Indication of wise heads, William Neal and Pat iuo nmvmjr interest mere is a Flaherty, as aids. The Louisville movement on foot in the East to baseball public needs no introductf have Sundav baseball tnr .j ion, to tho now managerr, and as a time in fifteen years and a tig. dele-- , smart player in his previous experiKuuuii went oeiore xne wew xonc ence in this association Manager Loffifilntiirn Last wa.il In nnhair n.r Flaherty ranked second to pone. a. bill ifor Sumlav trnmoa. Tn tht delegation, worq. prominent club SAVE YOUR TIME. nui'Kfl uu uuivora ana privates from overseas, who told of tho If you are looking for a house ernat irooil thn paenn hn1 nwnm. tlmo can bo saved byadvortislng LOUISVIllLE, KY. pllshed with our soldiers and sall- - for what you desire, instead of foloih, Dotn nero in camps ana over lowing upNplaefi advertised. fii-n- at St. Boniface church by Rev. Father Ignatius Wllkens, O. F. M., and a sermon in German on Wednesday evenings by Rev. Linus s Braun, O. F. M. On Friday there will be the Stations of the Cross. oven-ing- Lenten sermons In English will bo preached every Sunday evening -- Cumb. Main 9446 28 W. Jef ferton St, Bet. First and Second Louitviile Ky. t. GEO. H. KRAPP Groceries, FIRST BIBLE. The Bible was first printed at Mentz in 14G2. It was not until 1553 'that it was printed in English. LIKE NEWSPAPER WORK. women There are over 90,000 employed in the various newspaper offices in the United States. Wines and ANDV Liquors LIQUORS Best of Kentucky Whiskies always on hand S. W- - Qor. 11th and Chestnut CALIFORNIA WINES - Homo Xjhion.o Olty 682C '- A 9 HH4MW44HHHH4-HH4ttMMMO- ' ja:i3K:arxjorr ERIN'S HEART i irish -- a.3mohjcioajcvv than that of of Iroland, ir wo except only St.t Peter, the Prince, of tho Apostles. No apoatlo of or saint Potor excepted has so ii many millions of followors as Patrick. The Catholic hiorarchy In England owes its origin to Patrick A Clinrnctct1 Study of the Ileal through Irish Immigration Into Liverpool, Bristol, Birmingham, Irislunnn ou Ills Natlvo London and othor manufacturing SoU. and commercial cities. Tho vast Catholic hiorarchy in America, 10c Australia, Now Zealand and othor .parts of tho globe trace, in like manner, their spiritual linoago to Speech Has n Softness aiul Beauty A J, 5c Ireland and St. Patrick. Within Which Arc Soothing and tho halls ot tho Great Council of tho Vatican St. Patrick counts moro Striking. Best Cigars Bishops for his children than any other saint, save Potor; for tho '4-4'M-'t"lprelates deriving their faith from Ireland are moro numerous than Foundations of Good Breeding Are thoso of any other nationality. And Found on tho Domestic no apostle (Potor always excepted) MEN'S BLACK OR TAN has his anniversary ' in so many Hearth. countrios and with such demonstrations of joy as Patrick." iNconroiuTED This testimony of ono of English on blood will not bo questioned NATIVK COURTESY OP IKISn. tho grounds that national predilecto tions havo colored it. It Is based Thest ibMi are world beater on unquestioned Prom they look well ana tiioy itand the Catholic point of facts. thero Is tho no view bang ot arvlee. Xhej are designed room to doubt that St. Patrick, Tho following beautiful tribute aaa bant for errte fc&d they renthrough his spiritual descendants, to tho Irish man and woman on der Uxt Mrrlce. tho their native soil was written by a SPALDING SHOE CO. has wrought great things for concause of Catholicity, In this HOME PHONE correspondent ot the Dublin leader: CUMB. PHONE EIGXTESHTK AITS MA7ZJD nection wo of tho race that rovor- "There is something in tho Out of the District enco and cherish tho memory of 6042 3892 Irish character which Is eo magnetic opejt svonsas Patrick can fittingly appropriate In Its power to fascinate, and so tho words the great Latin poot put Irresistible in its capacity to please In of Aneos, "Quae reglo and persuade, that it would bo does tho poetic instinct and native in tho mouth torris nostri non plena laboris" refinement traced so deeply in tho utterly impossible to define it. Tho story In tho wido her Illustrious past, dis- (what regionour labors). world is Irish character has that subtle and plays of dollcato LOUISVILLE, KY. PHONE CITY 7868. her and precious gifts not full of surpassing charm, simply because it Tho faith delivered to our Is Irish character, and to attempt in tho pleasing and beautiful charby Patrick and carried by to define it would involve tho an. acteristics of her most humble child. fathers descendants to tho remotest mmm9mw9 their alysis of tho Irish soul, and tho Tho freshness and vitality of her region of tho earth was in tho " thought, tho clear exposition of It For St. Patrick's Day Imported Irish Poteen. result of such analysis would bo as course of timo to become tho means unsatisfactory and ineffective as which cornea from her as a natural of keeping alive and intensifying capacity and tho fascination of tho would bo our ability to make it speech which expresses ,tho inmost tho spirit of Irish nationality. Tho otherwise. English invaders, after thoy speech of the Irish peo-pl- o carvings of her heart, havo to bo "In tho tried to make tho Irish encountered before they can bo ap we get 'the keynoto of their preciated. And those p&tential gifts sharo in their apostacy. Tho savcharacter, for in that speech, wero never so much apparent as age penal codo was enacted for whether tho medium of Irish or they are at tho presont day. when that purpose, and Montesquiou, tho English is used, thero is a softness great French writor, dealing wth ALLEYS IN THE SQUTH- -8 being and beauty which aro at onco they are undyingused in tho service this Infamous code declared that It of that aspiration which soothing and striking. That speech fills In her breast and for tho effective "was conceived by devils, wrltton Is the peculiar possession of Ireland, human goro, and registered in and wero it to suffer any chango voicing ot that persistent demand hell." Its enforcement was an atsomething that is priceless would for tho renovation and reconstruc- tempt to rob tho Irish at one and 416 WEST JEFFERSON STREET have been Impaired. Tho gentlo in- tion of the shattered fabric of her tho samo time of tholr religion and life. To tho tonation and harmony of phrase national the pleading of accompani of their nationality. of her seers and the ring of quiet good nature ment repeats what is in her hoart, It was a challenge flung at tho she which sounds through all that is again how and again, and to suppdrt her Irish. History tolls us fought they uttered by the Irish volco are con sho hears tho echoing eloquence of met the challenge and till spicuously pleasing to tho strangers' d orators whoso namos they wrung from tho English oars, and when thought bocomoB enemy a plodgo for tho concession vocal In tho midst of sorrow words are engraved too deoply on hor soil of civil and religious liberty to be forgotten. Tho realization of are hoard that aro singularly pre what is in that was shamelessly her regard essential to a nledco soon as made. Patrick TWO-PIEC- E cious, because of the pqrfoct sin- hor g Is all tho more violated as cerity that is stamped on each one urgent because of loft us in tho Irish SUITS the virile and Ford, description ofWorld, duplicity of them, and tho depth of sympathy tho this her and unaffected sollcitudo that are active life that throbs in past breast. practiced by the English on that EL Three-piec- e by op"Ground down in the so easily conveyed by them from pression, sho at issues versatile and occasion: "Haltingprecept no Infamy, the Irish heart. and by teaching both by versatile speech "To that beautiful is scornful experience because inured that tho ond justlflos the to tho of many vicisWE A.EB RESPONSIBLE. added the native courtesy of tho situdes; scornful because she has means, England's foudal habits and Irish, a courtesy which is not in such faith in herself that sho looks treachorous tactics provalled. Tho BEST SEUVICE IN TUB CITY. any way tho particular character- beyond her own confines for noth- Irish, after a long and gallant istic of tho peasantry, but is on the outnumbered, were struggle. 1 contrary a national possession. Un- ing tliat she needs and becauseIs sho trampled upon, thrico decimated by moves in an atmosphore that so many like the polish famine, disease and legalized massaINCORPORATED v .country. Irish goodofmanners anothor lofty and ennobling that sho detests cre. But tho vitality of the raco form a tho corrupting influence of thoso V romarkable Instance of good breedwith Both Phones 2635. Pursued was Indestructible 421 W. Chestnut St. degrade ing developed in the simplicity of who come to dofilo and Iroland her. fire and sword ayo, sometimes agony Out of has of the homo. Tho foundations of that emerged hor seemingly blotted from tho face with a ,f good breeding are to bo found on nnl a will that mind that is frco tho earth tho remnant rose again a&sussaaflaaaaa la unconnuerable. the domestic hearth and life passed On all sides ono sees' tho marks of and again, giving the alion garrison in social surroundings which en- hor long night of pain. But she. Is nolther peace nor rest, and more courage the exclusion of tho arti- reluctant to show thorn, and when than once gaining a large share of ficial of tho pampered they spoken about by her elo- Its lost liberties, only to be tricked fops and painted ladles of our day. quent are spirits it is becauso she can out of them bv English artifice and Tho poorest 'Iilsh child ends all her not hold thom back, not hocauso treachery, playing on Irish credulor she pushes answors to you with 'sir Hor ris- ity! By way of examplo we mav 'ma'am,' and tho stranger who goes ing and horthem forward. combined rle tho treaty of Liborlck, by falling have to Louth or Mayo will hear more to constitute her glory and her which a comparatively fair allowrespectful salutations in a day than shame, but out of her greatness and ance of civil and religious liberty MADE IN KEY WEST will guaranteed the Irish under 1 he "But hear in a month in England. splendor and her humiliation she wis mont solemnto pMge. Having it is tho spirituality of tho cornes forth a nation still young and the at the Irish people that transforms tho strong." won these conrosaions Irish wish Into what it is. When Bworod's point with ya101- 8UP" aft surpassed, they say: Way you get God's help Incorporated tho world never saw in doing It,' you feel ever so strong, Sarsfield and his heroic brigade THE IRISH DAY and seem to get along much better salted away. Having done all that , from having hoard It, and when you mort.il men roulrt. 'o. and scorning hear a man say to you, 'I'm glad to to register any obedience to English SAM F1SHE&, Manager see you'ro doing well,' you feel laws, they took their stout arms V the speaker Is praying for you, that Monday will bo the seventeenth into tho service of France. beBut touHggaataamfflgafiafiffiagg&afl cause no one could say that to you day of March. No need for stating the flash of their gloaming swords HlWWrtKHC:K unless he alfo thought of you in in whoso honor this day has neon had scarcely disappeared below tne l)is prayers. And In the samo way sot apart by tho Catholic church to ocean's rim whon the solemn treaty mimihMiiis!ssmtNS6a!Baaiaaiama ir you aro praised and given a commemorato his resplondcnt vir was torn to fragments, and the blessing by an Irish beggar, or in- tues and his heroic deeds, the penal code ot Elizabeth rovived." . Home Phone City 4330 deed by any poor fiddler or singer, effects of which havo made themThese words were penned by Patyears ago. you can not help feeling an im- selves folt during tho conturios rick Ford fortv-tw- o provement in ovorj' Part of you, and down to the present hour. In all Read In tho light shed upon Engg countries it is lish duplicity they show that the in consequence to cat and drink with a vpry poor Irishman bocomos known alike to Catholics and Irish people are no more justified to men and women of the In placing a great honor, becauso when you faith m Kngianos are doing ,so you feel you aro near Irish raco and to men and women pledges In tho opening years of tho Base Bail Scores of Three Big Leagues Received Daily a person of moro than ordinary wno can not trace tneir uiuuu iu twontieth century man tney wero history jn the last decade of the seven-fepower, some one In fact who can that race. In the world's and Results of All Sporting Events. are the mpn who leave tho im- - teenth century. The leopard has edify you and give you unlimited sue-- not changed his spots. treaty The pleasure if ho can not make your press of their' character upon S. W. COR. 7TH AND OAK STS purse any heavier or give you a ceedlng generations and thereby 0f omerlck was torn in shreds. Home Phone City 1391 FINE WINES, BEER, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS now coat. make their influenco felt centuries Tno i,on,e rule act of 1014 o"n the "But not only are tho Irish peo after tho grave has received xneir Bfottitc book has been virtually ple- courteous and mortal remains. Among these few mi n mod. And this after Irisn Home Phone 7428 Give Me a Call morally concerned in your welfare, St. Patrick stands out conspicuous. blood has been poured out like 522-2- 4 W. for each genuine Irishman Is, more- Almost flfteon centuries havo Tolled water in England's defence, beover, a storohouso of intense inter- by since this hero of the cross land- cause young Irishmen who fought est, and If you have any imagina- ed on tho shores of Iroland ani- and died for England woro contion at all you will want to speak mated with tho high purposo of con- vinced that sho would keep her to him, not so much because you verting a whole nation to Chris- word solomnly pledged to Ireland. Home Phone City 2701 Cumb. Main 9364 have anything to say to lilm as that tianity. It was a noble mission, That Is the latest specimen of Engyou can not help having something nobly carried out. lish treachery which will be obTwenty years boforc Patrick had truded upon the attention of men to say to him. The Irishman jests, moralizes, predicts, lectures and re fled from tho shores of Ireland as of our raco as they assemblo on this Keon darts of sarcasm fly a fugitive slave. Tho whilom slavo St. Patrick's day to do honor to the bukes. from his lips as sparks from a piece came back poorly equipped, from a momory of Ireland's patron saint CORNERSHELBY AND MAIN STS. for tho Tho ugly fact that Ireland has been of flint, and when he mutters he worldly point of view, startles you, not because of what mighty work to which ho was to tricked again will not down. ho is muttering but because of the consecrate what of Hfe was loft to This year St. Patrick's day will of evil conditions which prompt him him. Ho had no financial resources bo celebrated in circumstances No wealthy for- unparalleled gravity. Tho hopes of to mutter. Hie talks about the past, at his command. a speedy delivdrought, eign missionary society, as In the future, Louisville, Kentucky tho present, thothe land.tho Ills eyes case of modern Protestant mission- our motherland for tuIo has been 427 W. Jefferson Street erance from Castlo tho rain and glitter, the arms are extended and aries, stood ready to furnish him dashed and It Is to Amorlca, tho you so much with a plentiful supply of money. land of our love, that ner peopjo on ho discharges His only reliance was on the turn for that aid anrt recognition straight reasoning and conjecture that when ho hursts out truths he nad como to preach to she so richly deserves. laughing you can not holp thinking tho Irish In thoso far off days. Tho that ho Is laughing, not only at tho people ho sought to win over to WOULD TAKE DRINK. amusing things ho is saying, but Christianity wero neltnor aaroarious Horns Phone City 1829 Cumb. Phone South 9185 own also at your Inability to do little nor Illiterate Thoy had their An Irishman once asked a London poetry and nniionmrm; "How can I reach King moro than listen to him all tho laws, legislature, music, Above all thoy William street?" and tho bobby an manufactures. time. "And It is that stupendous joy were noted for a profound religious swered? which Is tho distinguishing mark of Bplrlt. In tho Druids, their religious "You can take a can, or you can tho Irishman's conversation, a nolo toachors, they had spiritual loaaors iniro n. 'bus. or aif it Is only 200 that runs through his most isolated of high intellectual ability mon yards from hero ybu can walk." "Oh," sam rat, who. hub i uw S. E. Cor. 29th and St. Xavie and fugitive uttoranco and colors who wero deoply versed In tho Home Phone Shawnee 1659 all tho Junctions and social gather- learning of tholr time. How Pat best smllee, "bedad, I know that; ings at which he is presont. Ho is rick ovorcamo their opposition ana but what I want to know Is the converted a whole It City 7158 Grill for Ladies and Gentlemen noisy, butapt is becauso ho is trust- tianity without tho nation to Chrisa Aftor being Instructed he put his Home Phone shedding or AUGUST P. RATH, Prop. to rely on other mon ful and and immeasurable in his esteem of drop of hlood is a story well known. hand In his pocket, a If. to reward Entrance on Second St. 9193 Cumberland Main to It their good qualities; for tho Irish finish took Patrick 3lxty years W3B him, and naked: "Will you take a Home Phone City 2845 When he rtHnlr?" his work. nature is If anything a porfectly having ejepressou performoi The policeman open nature that men can seo and through with It he had What thoy can not a task tho benetlcent result of ha hearty willingness, tho Irishman understand. go understand is tho Irishman's facil- which has perpetuated itself down kaid: "Well, you had betteryou and can ity in doing what other natures to this year or grace. 1019. It was get wan, bo jabera, and get somo-wh- o XHl PHIL. HOLLINBaOH OO. HOIiLENBACH'8 WTNH IlpUgH need training to do, and his inuae an Englishman, Cardinal Manning, cither pay for It yourself, in a sermon delivered in Ronio.Van Wko to pay or it, or take it capacity to striko at tho very heart Karl A. Holleabaah, Pro. XMCOXrORXTSD It Is tho on St. Patrick's day, 1871, paid to without paying, for it." ' of tho thing ho opposes. .. accuracy ot his blows, tho penetra- tho successful labors of him whoso. T'" Importer and Dealer In tion of his intellect, the vivid grasp memory on every recurring annl-iinuu nil LEON. r r 3ItlllN- Of and the robust manner versary of his death 13 honored by of essentials 'AND LIQUOM WINES it was in the month of March in which ho arrays them before tho Irish Tace In every quarter of rowruSA soot b7 waa discovered you that leaves you groatly amazed tho globo this glowing tribute: "Tho that Florida 144 Beat SMc BOtunnuoK" rows mra entirely hypnotized. namo of no apostle or evangelist Ponce ' do Leon. 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OHLMANN Highland 1033 JOS. V. SPANINGER 000 East Franklin Street AND FRESH BD3ATS 967-- A GROCERIES Oumb. Main GROCERY AND SALOON, FINE WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS Even when the fire of the.DrUids the children of Israel shall come, ' vague lament for a home and a to burned on tho altars thowsh raco 'they and the children of Judatney country. Ail down througn nistory navo and had a consuming passion' for sym- gether gogoing seek weeping; their these two races kept through blood tho Lord and shall - forebodings bolism. It discoveredGod. They shall ask the way to and sweat, lire and wator, tholr leaping music of the Slon w)th tholr faces thitherward, high hopes. In splto of centuries In the streams, in the notes ot the lark, saying, 'Coma and let us Join our- of persecution thero is still alive tho the linnet and the thrush. Thero' selves to " Lord, in a perpetual the small flame that may relight tho altars wihioh bavo been flung was an onion in the sheen of color covenant. light has been shifted toward down, and tho Hand not shortened A and the aroma of an odor, in tho Jerusalem although) tho Temple Js may pllo up tho stones that have gleam and scent of tho wild flow- not there. But who shall say that not been left ono upon anotnor. ers, in tho green and gold ot tho from antecedent destruction or be- Ah! Wero it foolish to hail theso moss in tho valleys, In tho purple cause of tho scattered remnants natural impulses as an unconscious that tho awakening of grace? Surely plen1U strewn over the earth, of the heather on the hills. mystical sense gavo a pretornatural Jews can .not affect modern history? teous mercies are in store for races sign of which have suffered so much. At betokens a twist to ovory mood of its mournful Zionism vigor least thoy havo a causo for which resilient and preternatural career. die love youth, Tho Irish race even likened itself Tho dispersion of a raco, is no proof upon beauty and and mightechoin tho verdant fields to anothor elect and conquered raco, that it has lost its nrimoval strength tho tho Jewish, and saw in its divinity or historic destiny. Rather may ing valleys. It is obvious that the unassimila-tivtome reflection ot its own. Time prossuro of its untoward career quality in the Jew has conwas when wo thought theso com- bo the condition of the fulfillment typo and parisons not only limped but fell; of its mission. For nations voca served his explainunique and soouro. tho distinct indinut how they were models of rhetoric races, as woll as men, havo that for as a orator's Celtic imagina- Uons and aro constructed to com- vidualism which is Irish,susceptible, fit for the But plete a purpose in tho vast schome lace it Is emotional, tion and fluency of speech. as woman? tho historic similarity botween these of history. Moreover it woma seem assimilative and tendercritics, some Thore aro reigning two most dissimilar races, Hebrew that different historical issues are others disand Irish, grows moro acute with nroduced by tho very dissimilar of them ignorant and every species criminating, Who in tho process of these portentous characteristics of different races. Tho Irish symbolists of a mystical of diabolism discover a black drop hours. At the outset thero Is tho grim kinship of interminable suf turn behold in tho ancient Egyptian or Prussian blood. But it Is not to mark how tho fering. Tho manifesto of isunz, uio onnressdon of tho Israelites a paral uninteresting rugged Jowisbi patriot? anent tho suffering lelism between their own vicissitudes Impetus, genius, Bismarck, gavo the about the year 1878, to of his raco, is so comprcnensive and tho lack of imagination, temof struo that it has been compared to the perament and racial insensibilitymot mat ignobleBut ' what tormea is moro inprologuo of a tragedy by the- Greek the British Empire. Pharaoh) Euripides. To paraphrase only three th.e appeal of Mores by oppressing teresting is that out of its drastic whicn heavy yoke. confusion sprang Zionism, sentences of it ds Highly commenda- tho Jews with a morocome' and go was at first tho organized fear of Plagues and pillago ble. yet tho King to shiold It there are rankn In suffering like lnfornal shadows, Botween Sinai tho Jows of Central thomselvos from Europe. tho fury IsraeJ takes preccdonco of all the romalns obdurate. cry. "Tho Jews aro our nations. If sorrow borne woll en- on tho southland Elim on the north, curse," sproad across to ungracious nobles, then tho Jews are among Jews die and die within sight of FrauM tho aristocracy of every land. If tho (Promised Land. But the blaok haunts in literature is an expression of life, memories of an honorable past da and Rcssla. Thusofwas Zionism born Jewish mlsory. what shall wa say of a national hot stifle the hopes which spring in tho throes Shall it bo perfected in glory whou tragedy in which tho poets, and act- otornal. The cry of a royal and priestly Jerusalem ahall arise and be en ors also .thn llvlnc heroes? This is a miniature ropllca of Ire people Is ringing in tho lanes of lightened? Ireland brow is Bound witn tne Two Irrepressible every Ghetto, in tho' doings of a land's history. and divino and ubiquitous races, possessed with people's parliament in Dublin, the samo Allot of como mlsfortuno long when the a splondid inheritance of Buffering. pathetic and piercing expression of a day must Again out of tho cycle of suffering will closo. He nave tms In common, tney nave not nn Irish republic. been orushod by their historic mis burning bush comes the Voice: "Be- does not read history aright who On tho contrary, their hold tho cry of tho children of sees nothing but the outcomo of fortunes. national aspirations havo never been Israel is como unto mo; and I have human events oven in tho sacrificial now So profound are seen their affliction wherowith they blood of Easter, 191C, which moro dominant. thoy that to tho utilitarian senso are oppressed by the Egyptians." rofusoto bo washed from tho gutthey seem like overwrought rhap- If thre is a noble optimism In the ters of'dlrty Dublin. Such a cause sodies. Tho moderato Irishman says Zionist eager to conserve his na- wo aro taught must bo safeguarded of the Sinn Felner what the ra- tional genius, which is his life, so with some assurance of succoes to tionalistic Jew says of tho Zionist: too is thero in tho Irish struggle. be in keeping wifih tho traditional But. what it a series of 'His head is in tho stars so that Is it to bo, onco again;, a passionate teaehlntr. should ultinvatoly provo his feet can never touch the and futile hope? Is it but a blessed such crios by focusing the justice of dream to bohold a country gathering successful ground." Moses with his sheep qt the foot to her wings her exiled son and tho world upon tho injustice of the From tho Babylonian greatest empire of tho world? Then of Mount Horeb and the Divine daughters? Volco out of tho burning bush are captivity to this very hour the Jows theso circumstances forced by men romoto historic pictures, but Zion- have never ceased to dream of tak- might bo divinely permitted to comism Is a vital proximate reality. So ing up their national history at the plete some Providential historic deis the dire pltifulnoss of an ancient point where thoy left it in tho Holy velopment. Who shall say? HowThe inspired visions ot ever, tho rough fact remains, two people, alive with the passionate City. lovo of country and struggling at prophets, tho wail of tho harpists in ancient and honorable races, alike this nfomont to build for themselvea their oxilo. tho sincerest music in in suffering and in hope, stand at a republic at the majestic portals the sublimest psalms aro , strung the gates ready for a boon which of tho wide sea. "In those days to, the one tone. 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Croagh An angel camo to folm and said: Jtory; that whoever recited tho last Patrick is indeed the Sinai of the "Thou shalt havo everything round verso of his hymn constantly should suffer no torments In tho next which thou shalt go. Gael, for on Its summit tho Apostlo world, and that on tho Last Day Every land, of Erin wrung from tho nngol promho should bo appointed to sit In ise of salvation for tho people ho Both mountains and churchos, $ 100,000.00 CAPITAL STOCK judgment on tho sons of tho Cael. Main 2860-had mado his own. Ever slnco that Both glcn3 and woods, City 2860. memory has remained with the After faring round churches and Then Patrick descended tho Reek S U R P L U S E A R NED S 75,000.00 with and went to spond Easter waters, Irish raco and year by year has MOST MODERN AND SAFETY VAULT RECENTLY From the Though thou art weary, thou shalt Scnach at Aughagowcr. been commomorated. INSTALLED fifth century Croagh Patrick has go." In the middle of August takes So Patrick started off again, and been visited by pilgrims, and ovon placo tho turas cneeir Padraig the SAFETY DEPOSITS BOXES ALL HIKES FOR. RENT pilgrimage to tho Reek and as tirao drove in bis chariot across Mayo in the very early days a special proTRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS to pilgrims goes by" moro and moro pilgrims until he reached Murrlsk, He began tection was afforded Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporation Solicited come to tho mountain. It has tho ascent of tho mountain, and journeying thither. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits practically a tradition that when ho reached tho summit ho LOUISVILLE, KY. this great day Is always wet MONROE DOCTRINE. 0 placed four stones closo to each E. CHESTNUT DIRECTORS: Betweon Saturday afternoon and other, and ono In tho center to C. W. Stoocker. B. S. Mattingly You have heard much about the F. H. Embry, tho early hours of Sunday morning serve a as pillow. This was his moro than twenty L. B. Hudson, W. ilumo Logan, trains steam poor shelter during forty days and Monroo doctrine of lato and perW. L. Kennett Ho was fearful, ho haps, knowing of it only by hoar-saInto Wcstport Station, whoro they forty nights. C. McCandles, C. H. Wuikop, J. F. Oortel, you havo wondered just what was sorrowful, ho was comfortless, disgorgo their thousands of passengers. For many tho pilgrimage then ho was hungry, ho was thirsty, ho tho doctrine is. Horo it is: Cor. Main and Johnson Sts Louisville, Ky. j; begins, and tired travelers sot out was cold. Tho rains beat upon him Tho Monroo doctrine was enuncion foot for five miles distant Mur-rls- and tho mists enshrouded him and ated by Prosidont Monroo in his e4444Mt$$f44$M44W message to Congress December 2. him, and all sun LOUISVILLE, KY. Thrco from where tho ascent begins. the had scorched him pleasure that 1823. Referring to steps takon to was S. SECOND ST. 619 to gtvo miles frm thero is tho sum- he mit of tho Reok. which is 2,500 tho view that lay outstrotohed from arrange tho respective rights of Russia, Great Britain and th:' feot abovo tho sea. Up the steep tho mountain baso. y,v Thero lay the great sea, tho rocky United States on tho northwest and difllcnlt climb tho pilgrims make their "way In tho ovoning hours, s,q const from Achill Head to tho coast of this continent, the Prosi- S TTniVT? as to hold, their vigil on tho summit Twolvo Pins, and all the islands dent wont on to say: a a I mj fiiiiiririi All through tho night thero are cars dotted ovor tho bay& Clare Island, "In tho discussions to which thi3 plying betweon Westport and Mur-ris- Turk, Bonn, Sharky, Ossoy, High interest has given rise, and in tho T'bt yon aptat for sametbint yu did not NEED would hav lUrui and all through tho night and Island, all of them to bo later on arrangements by whicli thoy may SAVINGS ACCOUNT with tbli bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED on .into tho morning until noon there tho home of saints. Ho saw tho torminato. tho occasion has beon Is an unending stream of people mists descend from tho clouds abovo doomed proper for asserting, as twice a year; There MAY COUKa titne when yor"LAST DOLLAR" a him, pass down tho mountain, hid- principle In which tho rights and up the mountain. be iseat for Motethlir ?0m DO NEED. The SAVING now of tbe To see the dawn break as k ing all tho lower world, and. shutting Interests of tho United States are l malt saw It break, to spend the night him off In an even greater solitudo involved, that tho American condollars yen ate wattiar might keep that "hard time" frera evar cemlar, in watching as Patrick spent It, Is on his lonely height. He saw tho tinents, by the free and Independent tire condition which thoy havo assumed tho desire of many pilgrims. It is trailing shadows pass ovor a nam way up tho Reek. Tho first landscape and ho saw all tho and maintain, aro henceforth not to JMLqIxx part Is steep enough, tho second part changing wondrous llght3 of tho be considered as subjects for futuro Is steepor, and tho last, where the west. Ho watched tho green grass colonization Eurbpean by .any ascent rises suddenly. Is of 'shingly coming on the hillsides as tho spring power. . . . Wo owo it thorofore to ground, covered with lobso stones. advanced. But no neither saw nor candor and to tho amicable relaOthor Tho most active climber can not heard any human being. tions existing botween tho United Fifth and Court Place. reach tho top in less than ono and beings, however, camo to him, spirits States and those powers to declare fiburs, and those of heavlor In the forms of great black birds. I a half up to throe. Some of the Llko a black cloud they settled on that we should consider any atOpen Daily Until. 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. II foot take tempt part to extend their pygTMjM pilgrims have not broken their fast, tho mountain top, swooping upon system on their portion to flapping wings and hemisphere any dangerous ofto this him with their 1! and a determined spirit alone susour as N Patrick peace giving out shrill cries. tains thorn in their liard way. and safety. With tho existing j; !! AL. S. "SMITH, PROP. At 8 o'clock tho first tmass is chanted somo of tho most strongly colonics or dopendenclos The best GLASSES you can. cot of any THE unwef-;! said, and other masses fbjlow in worded ialms against those j! . an European power wo have not inter--nn- v "'Ask Any succession until 12. They are said como visitors and groaned in aro tho only eafo kind to wear. won onlv fored and shall not intorrore. But ti in tho littlo chapel at tho bummll, i OcaUst." hefrangrhlD heU .o Governments whe .have Correct GLASSES aro aa Important where only a few of tho congregatook tion can find placo. Tho greater ihv up tho'lei and wero cl arc dIt.their independence and we OPTICAL as tho right medicine and WE make and whoso independence in number kneel outsldo on the mounon on great : BOTH PHONES 810. Tho .bell in lta ringing rolled down hww principles consideration and wo tain top. An each mass is finished COMPANY thorn. acknowledged, people go away and begin tho de- the mountain and a pleco was broken just 4' !! scent, while others just arrived form from At. but an ancel came- and could not view any interposition for 013 Fourth Avenue, Louurrlllo, Ky., Opposite Mary Anderson. oppressing them or ; SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS, a news congregation. Thus tho tide restored it to Patrick. All the men tho purposo of any other manner ebbs and flows, , But the flow Is of Erin heard this ringing ot tho controlling in by any European always greater than tho ebb, and bell, and it is stated that it is now their destiny by 12 o'clock tho whole summit of sometimes heard again. When tho power in any othor light than as P. IANX0H.tR., Vict Pns. aid Tre. M. . BANX0K, FruUnt vA MiMK. tho manifestation of an unfriendly the Reek is thronged.' The last .mass ovll BPlrlts had all departed beautl - disposition tho United toward Is said outside. agalnBt the closed mil white birds camo to console St. uoors or tne uttiet cnapel on a Parrlck, and then tho angel visited SUtos." temporary altar, and Its hearers are him and said: "Get you gone you !i ADVENT OF SPRING. scattered ovor tho wholo mountAln havo sufferod. but you havo been from crown to base. Two sermons comforted. Theso birds . . . aro tho Sewer and Calvert Pipe, aro then nrenchod ono. in Irish and spirits .of all the salntn of Erin,, tfoxt Friday. March 21, will bo laaaaa's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, ono in English and then all tho past, present and futuro come to the first day of spring, after perhaps join you In blessing this land, and; the mildest winter this country has pllerims make their way downr 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, kWall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified Brick, rffcvr VM'VV" yoar '441 that IU DUUH UU MW It was about-th1VUNkUUI MUt - GIVI :: :: Preefiarf, Five Lining, Fire BrlciX Fire Patrick visited tho Reek and spent vest your labors will reap in this Grate and Bolter Tile, Fire Clay, Chimney Tap. IEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY. hi9 forty days or wildorness on its land of Erin." i! But Patrick would not yet leave urnmlt. Ho had been staving with OFFICE 836 SOUTH THIRTEENTH STREET. The next civil holiday will bo Ms friond Senaoh at Aughagowcr, the mountain. Ho wanted first to V, 1ml .after. 'many, wand ering3, he obtain sevornl promises for tho raco Memorial day, falling, on Friday, CUMB. MAIN S07. 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Miss ' Mario 'Dougherty accempanl3t. , K Introductory .remarks - Thomas W. J. McNioco refers the following llollnrn tttn Domorratic :OmUm1 Tai' iinwont KnUnrtWorM the quotation taken Irom "The Idea of vL a fl Afl MH Trt "in. 't. Honor 8. rtrictt r Walsh. WW a University:". ' "f ! "The Irish Quostleu of Today" t XJXTXV, Rev. John T. O'Connor. 4 Monday.' It is impossible to doubt that a "Lovo'a Lullaby" Miss Corlnno future is in store for Ireland, for ' 7? Davis.. Mrs. Irvin O'Reilly accom- more reasons- - than can hero be enu, ' . .44- -' panist. . merated. First, there Is "tho circumMayor Smith Fkkjt "The Harp That Once evon Kv. Jofca CCoBHor Will Bo Orator Tara's Halls" 'Mrs. SigmundThro' stance, so highly suggestive, said, N'enr A. if there was nothing else to bo MfiSe" Men and Irtfp jtt Loral Hibernian CelcLee. viz., that tho Irish have been so QlHStiqa. t, Ame.ricABE.s. addition to tho foregolny there miserably llAKltftAU In and- misused That New York is glad for and . """ will also be a number of minor hitherto; for, In the- - times- now with its now Archbishop, Mxst Rv. 4. V r celebrations, notably those of Mac-ki- n opening upon us, nationalities ara Patrick J. Hayes, ia evidenced by ., ot waking Into life, and tho remotest Council and the Knights tho hearty words of commendation '. to people can make themselves heard Col. Petty's Ivc.s Bam;, 'Jrtr to yoIcwnHtghllMa-saro passing from Up to lip. American Chaplains Much Religious Columbus, who have preparedthat and entertain their members and f rlend3. into all the quarters of tho earth. This is an auspicious sign, but it la By SohUcrs sad Regard! iw LI1. Whitewash tlio Kev.of In the churches there will be Tho lately Invented mothods of Pcrriccs 1m Honor of not tho only one that accompanies masses in honor of tho great saint, travel and Intelligence have deBrothers. . appointment of Mgr. Hayes to the Saint. but tho most elaborate and impres-slv- o stroyed geographical obstacles: and tho exalted office of Archbishop ot services will be at St. Pat- the wrongs of the oppressed, in the world's greatest diocese. For, rick's church at 9:30 o'clock, when spite of oceans or of mountains, are strange as It may appear, he alone a solemn high mass will bo sung by brought under the public opinion of ARREST HIGH SCII90li.KKl YS. of all tho men who have successively AlJi ICNEW THKU1 AXGM8. HALL. the pastor, PROGRAM AT BERTRAND Very Rev. Father Europe, not before kings and ruled tho great see was (born In V. G., this pariah taking tho ' Cronin, Manhattan. Here, too, ho was edualone but before tho tribIK 3"B. greatest intorost In tho feast of its unal of the European population, cated under the zealous and sanctuary who are becoming ever more powerpatronal saint In the caro of tho Christian How American .soldiexalinIfraac9 The friends and fltflmovtors of Monday. . March 17, will bo will bo many visiting priests, who ful in tho determination of political Brothers from whoso college, ManNeat Judge Jolin D. Carrotf, candidate serv- questions. hattan, he was graduated with tho met death was told te.oUiWday ;by a gala day for tho sons and daugh- will bo entertained after tho And thus retribution is for tho Democratic nomination Sor honors duo to his ability and char- the Rev. Father 1 A'. XelB$npi ices. In the ovoning thoro will bo ters of Brin, not only In Louisville, a procession and panegyric on St. demanded and exacted for past Governor, aro going to Mveauttlo acter. Hero ho spent tho years of lain of proportion to thoir but in 'every town and hauilot In Patrick by one of tho Passioni3t crimes in St. Patrick's day gaheiBg,v&rtttheir policeman. his young priesthood, ministering in who praised warmly thllfjeritlon, And in tbe United States and throughout fathers at tho Church, of Our Lady the nextand their duration. that, ac- own Moudayi at thp Thba other day the Keystonera all itho piety, cheerfulness aud kind- unselfishness, and couraeSs 5f j plain place, It Is this city. AH iare" goin"tedi-9cusAnd let it bo lu Portland. tbe entire world. aro so "I ar liness of cording as Intercommunion growa plans for tho opening oc'jTi.rlorous added "laurols to '.their crown byboys acteristic manner that tho sick, char- "only can speak intimately," '& said, said that in this city there will be of him to resting, several High School the of tho boys of tho 27tir between Europo and America, it is campaign. civic Lieut. Gov? slack and for the awful crime of skylarking pooj" and tho sorrowful. Archbishop an appropriate religious and but I feel certain tbatwht I MISSION AT ST. PATKICK'S. Ireland that must grow with it in Prof. Cherrv will son follow suit on a Brook street' car obserrvanoe'"o the day sacred to tho boys of the 27tluIHvlale-a- . and the Hayes knows New York and Now say social and political Importance. For August a breaking of a pane of glass. Tho York knows him. And the great can of the memory of Ireland's great apostle. be truthfdlly said of"tKe,oyfl Tomorrow morning a mission Ireland Is tho high road by which and from now until race; aspretty is, comedy cops took the boys to tho throbbing city finds in him a man ot every division which t)ftsNjrab With tbe recurrence or St. Patrick's lasting two wcek3 will open at St. carried on; and intercourse day, tb annual feast of tho patron Patrick's church, Thirteenth and that tra .c betwen Is hemispheres must sured for tho GuberriatOrlii nomina- station houso and one ot - ho who is not only respected but loved nation sent into foreign lasda to; tho posted' agree Fuperlor o.filcera "bawled" tho Politicians well for his personal saint of Ireland, public attention Market streets, for which the Rev. be to her a Eourco of material as tion. tho little crtmU df"btel poli foe.i cri- intellect and readyworth. Keen of hattio witli minals?) out telling them 'of speech ho is they naturally turns to the soub and Vicar General Cronin, the pastor, well as social benefit, as of old that uegin watn, none oi mem wav ofJ thought they Tvor'o "smai-ties- " that and at home in the most brilliants gathticians exposed fn tho, eel u inns' any "time, of, the danger! daughters of tho Emerald Islo who has secured the services of two time, though on tho minute geog- cue ignorant, at KentucKy insn have crossed the ocean and to their noted Passionist missionaries, Rer. raphical scale of Greece, Corinth, as having no following andAmerican as because tht'y wero learning their erings, whilo his frankness of soul in which he-- stood too many representing "A lC's" at tho High School they arid simplicity of heart put the most around them were falling, victims of mado a Alphonsus Krulp and Rev. Roger who have descendants being the thoroughfare of commerce place for themselves In the Western Aull. The mission will open at the by sea and land, becamo and wa3 no one but themselves ha.vo "taken could run tho gol denied town. lowly nt'their case in his presence. shells, of grenades, machine guns, a tumblo and dispensed wlth their Thon theso High School desperadoes His personal worth, apart from any na- high mass at 10:30 o'clock, the first world. Of all tho transplanted rich." inter- werei hftijlca away In tho police dignity of position, shows hlm'a man and rifles. All those things played tfatherinp bringing to our their tional holidays that have place on week boing for the women aud girls called "tho horo.left no room for views.: Tbe and n2jv'saer Cincinnati J3ij!iir,e,cbr-rosponde- patrol ySnd; further humiliated by amongst men, a prelate whom tho death, part In not destruction. ranks There is but tbe American calendar, St. Patrick' of tho parish and the second for the doubt that tho Cardinal, were ho The says that Hercy Hayki being taken to' tho Detention Home, scarlet robos of office honor, it is boys received most extensively ob- men and boys. During tho continu- now with us, would be standing "till undecided as !ol whotlfer Iay is the bo3t sermon which vie from where they were released to true, but who, in (turn, honors them. on preparedness forthe death waa their. served, and no wonder, for fully ation of the mission there will bo with Cardinal Mercler for tho rec- will enter the race, iwnile it IS theif patents. Tho Keystone police A plain man, yet a gontloman; a iVrst or a of tho widely scattered masses each morning at G:30 and S ognition of tho Irish Republic, and rumomi tnat coi. i jh. uauaiuui who - nindo this wonderful and scholarly man. yet a simple man: an they view those real Dattienew. Jiere saw with whom ther ha'd'' Irish race are now in tho United o'clock with instruction and Tosary, for tho admission of tho delegates rhrewd.arro.st, should bo awarded exalted person, yet lowly of heart: asso"ca4ed( those whom they called" States and Canada. It has been sermon and benediction each even- from that Republic to the Peace a great prelate, yet an humble priest Ihe lion cross of tho department by aptly said that Boston and New ing at 7:45. The priests who aro Conference oh an equality with the their pals, those with whom they Inn lr Col. iPety and their" plcturtf t "j" soui iimnou to very cry or me sin- lived,- follows from their own im '' York, and not Dublin and Bolfast, to give tho mission aTe well known delegates of other nations. street car fares. TAlijnff' ithls line Archon the records of tho prcs3 ful and sorrowful, such is are in this century the greatest for their sincere, earnest work; and he addressed thoiuocil Labors Asr bureau, ,p,Fourth aveuue on bishop 'Hayes, a.man of 'the people, mediate sectmn, , laid; prostrate by. . . . t i under tho present conditions that Irish cities in tho world. ...... ... cmiiiv Mnniinv-nir- c..' li manhino'waj) linllod bv lo'ving tho poor and willing to spend tho heavy hand "of deaths iWhat ''lieUca HON. CHARLES H. KNIGHT. could bo more 'natural than'thaf It is not exaggeration to say that overshadow the world, besides takepnstruo that tliw iipine 'MMireseeq a, pdllcontSn, who wanted to trans ins mo ln.meir cause they should realize from this the, no other race has done so much ing into consideration the holy seanro a preludo to ftuiranaeMfcait port who bad- fallen in a Senator Charles H. Knight is rec- Local leadCT. say continent. son of Lent, during which the mis- ognized American imminence of tho danger the for OirWis"iKHC- - fafnt at" "Fourth!, war Walnut, but rOPULAIt IN luVtl CIRCLES. business as a surrounded them? Throughout the entire evolution of sion will bo given, much good is ex- and political loader both in has rep- licallv closed no With Messrs. riewp.Ro. life? (whistling and yolling the circles. Ho the United States as a world power pected to result. St. Patrick's pa- resented his constituents splendidly Cherry. Block afijfi arretl. One ot 'the best known attorneys wo"So it waa that before each battle JutfrttiRefWent on foe moro Important fotfnd the" la"da hot only wUlS, the Irish Catholics have ever been tronal feast will occur on tho sec- both in tbe House and Senate at it. v. viuaaiii business, brittging In throo a,utos practicing in our 'city Is Ben to mako to the fore. Tho Irish in America ond day of the mission, and special Frankfort and proved his mettle in for tho Demoi-- ; 4111 for overstaying their itimo on tho Chapeze. .wjiose slficea. are located but anxious,jGod above,, their peace.. with ithelr have been leaders and .pioneers In services will bo held at 9 o'clock many instances wihero loyalty to tho iiieutcnant GoVoraor tie Ktret. For these they gfet a fee oi in the Interutfern-"buildliMf- . every line of progress, and at least that morning to commemorate the Democratic party, the people of mako him a sure ene $3 eacln and of course the sck ima vejBient I"HH ww.:iwiwiflil it aipo S."WT3!fcTili nrrft irio- Presidents feast. This, of course, is one of tho LouisvJUe and tho working men in if he was out for t seven of our twenty-fiv- e B.i r ? "" J u ' '. i In their, velds, great days of tho year for tho peo- particular wero factors havFhadllrlEtiWood xmM vm tojje consld- - of Governor. Judge' m, ortv. ' E..Lisani)V namely 'Jackson! 'jBuchanan, Arthur, ple oCthls,parih, an4prietsi f rom. bieu ami juijw;u. -,, & r,M . "" rz h. nlway;v'rR38ai: It an sua e&feMenrocKtalayfaBfl lfTftSLtTir fcnitrtitisone qt.inc. aftssrareztnorfi ""- nt the mass "in honor of the patron officers of Unit great and growing Attorney ucnorsii- n gliffaw coming," '" veil. ,ir 'cases VMnflaeiW to him. He is wo always found in , hem. Samuel Stanford: A circumstance that gives Ireland saint of tho congregation. g epemy, Industry, the Louisville Provision Slianks, or of regarded as one of the most "a, Spirit of perfect Morgan county, and Rodespecial credit in tho making of tho GETS GLAD ILVNI). Company, and has labored cease- f,yken. of the younger members of without variance, or God; their FRANK DACHEK. modern America is that the Irish lessly and tirelessly for the upbuild- man Keonon will contest for State th,e local bar with a brilliant future resignation to the will to Bucceed Sherman nr J. W. Fowler, former Suner-- awaiting hint He Is a good citizen, thoughts wero with thoo whom were here lending a hand from the ing of tho best business interests Treasurer earliest days. There might bo cited 'Former Magistrate Frank Dacher, of our city. Yet during these years Goodpa&tor. who retires to beeomo'intvtmiont nr thn ntv TTnonHnf nn.i a popular gentloman in social cir- they had left behitfdt thoughts O'Neal ic of commercial activity be has done an official of the Kentucky Jockey for vnnr a nuMtn fjiirn in several different nationalities whoso now associated with cles, and one 'of tho most progrea filled, with human kjndness,' .with representatives have been very con- O'Neal, Is making a fine reputation magnificent service for Ills party rinb. after making n record In ofllco viiie, has been spending the week slve men In Loulsvjlle. Cases en gratitude and with lovo. i "But they thought' other things. spicuous in America of late years, In the practlco of the law ana na3 and his unselfish devotion to its hi.u uwuuiiuK oiruujjcji 1DVOt ,t.COiving the glad hand upon trusted to mm receive his closest in the State. but "wbo were In no sense pioueers already built up a splendid prac- principles havo caused him to bo Democratsbusj- - now campaigningMatt nn sides. Until recently, Dr. Fowler attention, and on all occasions Hie They thought of the sacrifice they splendidly honored and esteemed as a patriot ohen ij. ; for haa bocn Khinp h,3 service9 to the highest and best interests of his were making, and their prayer' as they gained a foothold at a tice. Mr. Dacher i ' before the battlefor .'guidance5 comparatively recent date. The first posted as to tho laws and is a flue who desorves the fullest recogni- he Secretarj- of State nom nation, Government, being Superintendent clients arc carefully , protected by in speaker, a good judge of character tion ot his abilities and worth. Irish settlement distinctive the big reconstruction hospital at this able and officlont member ot and protection now became a pray- er that their sacrifice so willingly America was founded at Logan, Pa., and possessed moreover of those Senator Knight is noted for tho John nvA. Newman nnd wr;Charleyil tstt1i the bar. c ai I UlllUtVH IIVU UUU winning manners active part ho took in favor of the Imn HIU tnmtAwA1 plUljtA,' 9 rt r (1'tU made might not bjo in vdin. ' It was in tbe year 1G99. The town of Lon- courteous and state cama wonderful" sight, so frequently tto"' donderry. New Hampshire, a famous that go far in making their posses- workmen's compensation bill, and it are wiiccl liorsos in ,a ot. Owcnton. VISITORS NO!1 ALLOWED. SOLDIER EDITOR. see those men horribly mangled inIrish Catholic community, was set- sor popular with all classes of peo- may be said of htm that In every paign.ran Alvin Stegr.j. four years who a hangup race sistently put aside thp service of On account of health conditions tled In 1710. Once Btarted, how- ple. This ablo gentleman has al- instance whero tho good ot his ago for Of. J. O'Sullivan, aftef ever, the tide of Irish immigration ways been ouo of the hardest work- native city or tho best Inteiests of ination, the Clerk of Appeals nom- at St. Vincent and St. Thomas Or- an Lieut. D. of over thrco years in the doctor 'with the words, may try again for that phan absence help me; I'm done for. Seine, Homes no visitors wero al the United States army, has re tlowed rapidly across the Atlantic, ers in tho Democratic party, and has its people were at stake ho was honor. the Republican ranks and statistics bear proof that in never failed to do more than his found ever faithful to his trust, and oandidatsIn nro afraid to announco lowed tho past week. This was duo turned to' Shelbyville, his old home. of the ethers can go, back vonthe Tho aac'rl;1 the preat struggle which resulted share of work with the boys In the has moro than morlted tbe position without tho O. K. oj! the bosses, for the safety of tho children, but and has become associated with his Job. Attend to theih flee, the valor, the bravery of such In the founding of tho United States trenches. He is in every w;ay worthy ho holds in tho hearts of his fellow and the. primary means nothing to as soon as conditions are improved In the publication father of the never be recounted, can os an independent nation nearly of tho success that has attended blru citizens of Louisville. In local and the faithful worker' tfu that- patty, they win again- - bo welcome. Shelby Sentinel, one of tho oldest lads can amply told, for It "defle? never of Gen. Gcorgo Washing- In tho legal profession and of tho Sjat Democracy Senator Knight is bolnsr a little cut and dried affair published In Kentucky. power be tongue or perf to, paint, nowsraner3 and wields of UNJUST ACTION. ton army a,nd his most trusted high esteem In which he ia held by a iforomost figure In primaries con- of Hert nnd his followers with no The change of firm bcanie" effective with actual vividness, Bcono after' and agents wero made up of men of the Judges of tho courts, his fellow siderable strength watching. Morrow, contests worth win scene of tho battles and their resLieut. O'SQiijvan characterizing as iiarcit i. be attorneys and tho people of this general elections both. .Resolutions IrJrfh Cathollo birth and descent. of course being; tho regular candldato henceforth the stssOeliitQ editor In tbe public life of Kentucky city. party, 13 allowed "hasty, Impulsive and unjust" Pre- and wll lcontribute. yo'uthaucT ,v'sor ults. for Coventor of tho WARNING! "It is for me a happy .privilege to and tho Southern States, whorto go ahead nnd try to arouse en- sident Wilson's refusal to Tecclve to the success fit; jhg Sen.trrio. be able to say .that I ministered tp Daniel F. Cohalan, State Supremo URGE THE KING. t Ihcy have not been so numerous as Any one who persuades you to thusiasm, but to date he has found Court Justice, havo been adopted by hundreds of the wounded and dying'. in the East ,and North, the IriBh it a hopeless task. EDUCATiONAXj ASSOCIATION. I call it a privilege, for privilege it the United County Board ot the From, London it Is cabled that a part with your Liberty bonds make ver'been to tho fore, and In have Well, our near Mayor seems to T" United was to perform for these wonderful this Hpbere.ttielr native wit, elo- petition has been submitted to King money at your expense. arc the have adopted tho "stop, thief" pol- Ancient Order of Hibernians in hioeting of youngsters those sacred acta which, Tho sixteenth annual quence and loyalty have stood them George signed, by a number, of Irish States Government bonds spread- icy, or to ibo plain tries to get out New York City. Tho Incident oc- the Cathollci Educational Associay Among the men o....cora who served in the British world's best Investment. Tho In good steal. of a tight corner by attracting tha curred the night of President Wil- tion of the 'United States will be wore to help them to Obtain a hereafter. conspicuous in both army during tho war. graying that ing broadcast of this message by public attention to prohibition or son's Metropolitan Opera Houso who have been the ausheld rendered the Government "As to the attitude ot the Amer public and business Hfo will bo Irish home rule be submitted to tho necessary becausehas been efforts of some other Issue, But the Kentucky speech, when a committee represent- pices at St. Louis, under Reverend of His Grace Most of tho soldier toward the chaplain, J Among the Conference. found tho names of Irishmen who Peace Irish American doesn't propose to ing the Irish Race Convention, of John J. Glenriotf, P. D.' Tho sessions lean say to persuodo that the American chaplain have succeeded to leadership and feigners are Major Gen. Sir William unscrupulous dealers to part with let him sidestep tho issue, and again which Justice Cohalan was a mem- will be held on June 23 to Juno 2G, can Liberty bondholders we want to ask the question: ber, was not permitted by tho Presi- 1919. Tho o....cers of the depart- is much beloved by his moa because the heights of success. All in all, B. Hinkle, commander of the Irish Division in France; their holdings by making misleading "Whove does ho stand on tlui racing dent to interview him until Justice ments and sections aro preparing of tho fact that their interests beihv Eons and daughters of Erin are recognizes qHestlon NOW?" come his Interests: their trials his had been excluded. As it not far wrong when they doclaro Brig. Gen. Payroll T. Hammond, offers. The Government their programmes, and a successful trials, their Joys hia Joys, and their the fact that in some instances mis stated, tho near Mayor has been Cohalan wns real the Irish have always and will Col. Sir Henry C. Grattan-Bcllethat meeting is anticipated. Tha Asso- sorrows his sorrows, lie recome3 lias overtaken the one who "sassy" be the backbone of this great repub- descendant of the famous Irish fortune last fall in tpeaking at the RETURNS FROM SERVICE. Investment in good has ciation was organized at St. Louis in an intimate part of the conscious at the same time feeling an statesman, Henry rattan; Col. Sir faith, made an on by patriotic mo rnc8 here, and epoke ot tho lic, spurred 1904. makeup ot each and every man. ue ij. undying lovo for Ireland and evor Thomas C. Myaes, stopnen Rev. Father Aloysius, C.P., who convert his Mississippi Bills, tho Dago Gentiles knows them intimately: he know3 rreouom iroin Eng- Gwynn, member of the tives, and that he must present use, and scarlet women that follow In was chaplain for the Fourth En former praying for her holding Into cosh for POSTAGE HEDUCED. them well? he knows them - sot as Naturally gineers, United States regulars, and Houso of Commons for Galway; Bondholders should know that the the Make of the races lish tyranny and mlsgovernmont. an officer knows a soldier; he no par- Capt. Healy. nephew ot Timothy M. Liberty bond has a well defined inar-k- everyono expected that he hadn't was one of the first priests from While Louisville will have Beginning July 1 tho postage them from the plane of on ade this year, thore will be a gen- Healy; Sir Thomas H. G. Esmonde, value, the quotations for which changed his views nnd tho subject VotifiiMrv in trn wltVi inr fnrpnn tn rate's will go back to what they knowa eral observance of St. Patrck's day, on behalf of a son killed in the will be cheerfully given tho public this early, when lo! press behold! we France, has returned from foreign were before the United States en- friendship, making their relations dlspotcbcs scrvlce not strained, not guarded and j3 ag ra which tho Ancient Order of Hi- battle of Jutland, and Mrs. William by our banks. It is to check tins read In the daily at the Sacred war. The rate on letters guided over by tho thought of ai bernians, according to their custom H. K. 'Redmond and Mrs. Thomas M. illicit and dishonest dealing in bonds that A. T. Hert. tho big 'Republican Heart Retreat on the Newburg road, tered the to mas, domestic rate ot entitled at boas, and Smith for hundreds of years, will take the Kettle, on behalf of their husbands, that tho Government lias sent warn- the New Orleans wero together last Father Aloysius had many Interest postage will the two cents for each officer and an enlisteda mark but ot be set with race track ing and exciting experiences and ounce or fraction thereof and post sealed andand affection. lead. Sunday morning the entire who were killed in the war. The ing broadcast. friendship week, aud Judging from' the ac- fortunately came through all right. membership of Divisions 3 and 4 petition claims that 200,000 men ia cards ono cent each. Tho drop let"Wherefore, you find that tho counts of the sporllB editors this of Ireland and an equal and the Ladles' Auxiliary will HELPING LOCAL I'ASTORS. enviable ter rate will be one cent. This work of an American, chanlaln 13 does bear an track 'St, Patrick's chureh and Irish fr&m Great Britain's werscas PltOHIlMTIOX IRRATIONAL. reputation. Some thought that maybe word was received by Postmaster fruitful in and out of the line, In a body receive holy communion dominions volunteered tor service In During tho remainder of tho nur near Mayor was therj for eviSchmltt from the Postolttco Pepart- - wherever his men happen to be; his TheTH6:3' o'clock mass, which the war, and now ''when the sur- Lenten at Irrational, unscientific and opposed Franciscan season the ho eaino homo he work is neither parable nor fiction, will be celebrated by the Very Rev. vivors return home, notwithstand- fathers from St. Boniface Convent dence and when another ibroadalde to the general usage of civilized so- ment at Washington. but is founded on acts and deeds V. G., the pastor. ing the fact that the home rulo act will assist various paatora in the tvould deliver James P. Cronin, ciety: such in brief was the judgagainst racing, instead ho CONFIRMS PRELATES. which are at all times practical and Ib the evening the Hibornians will was a great imn aauoaai aemana, city, preaching tho Lenten sermon cornea out with a but ment passed upon national prohibibombastic argubeneficial. entertain the members and their they find tho situation worse than one evening during each week. They ment about tho enforcement of the tion by the New York County Medconsistory Pope "I know of no status in life friends at Bertrand Hall, for which ever, and therefore pray tJe xmp are assigned as follows: ical Society, at the Academy of Med- Monday Benedict held a the Amer orohibltlon laws after July 1. Is it icine, New York. Tha necessity of and confirmed whero a man receives such return an excellent literary and musical to submit the issue to the Peaco St. Brigid'fr Father Ignatius because Mr, Jlert, tho boss rf the ican .Bishops and ArchDisnosa ap for his labor as does the chaplain programme has been prepared. At- Conference in Paris." on Tuesdays. Republican party here, has beeoma medical expression of opinion on this pointed by brief since the last conenlisted personnel torney Thomas Walsh will, presldo, St. James Father Victor stauo, a big stockholder in the racing game important subject waa urged at the sistory, granting the Pallium to the laboring for tho Army. Honor they ot our American meeting, and the resolution was new J. K1KXXALD CUPflXXTS. on Wednesday. and the address ot the evening wilt that the near Mayor haa become' adopted (by an overwhelming vote. American Archbishops. cive with their whole hearts and St. Vincent de Paul's Father be delivered by the Rev. John T. formeily In hla allocution, the Popo ex souls; affection and devotion they No attorney in Louisville stands Venantius Stephan, oa Wednesday, silentso on the subject he The following is the resolution in pressed O'Connor, pastor of the Holy Name ? was eioanent the hope that the new ar- give in proportion aa they recaire church, whoso recent newspape ' higher' at the bar and la tho es- St. Augusune's Father veaantius It's a cinch that Clay MoCandless, full: 4h world would be r,Tiri0 nn Ireland attracted wide - tlmatlon of his friends than J. Stephan, on TueAay. "That the Medical Society of the rangementbyof sentiments ot Justice They are always kind, they are alTtopubllcan member of the Board of ways considerate; ever ansietia to County of New York opposes the rati- inspired Holj- - Triaity, at, 9L Matthews-Fat- her Alderman, will be a attention, This alone should Reginald Clements. Xr. Cletnenta twreitd duMful candiand fairness, capable of bringing help, ever anxious to ossnplr, wKI-Ie and is Beoardine, attract an. audience that will fill is wWely known here brlnghMr this fall as he fication by the Legislature of New about date for lasting peace. always to learn not only martial true and the There will inently eucceseful prepared the petition and protest York of the measure now before it Tll to overflowing. instrumental mot difficult ease i to a succeMtul but religious tactics, reanlMng in prohibition aa irraMACfOX COUNCIL. and Ve iMtk voel to the Board of Safety the other day for national 8ERV2CHS ON 9UNPAYJ8. (hat which begets, at all times, a, He i a fine speaker, Htinatoers, given by younc men and termination, of the Health tional, unscientific and in opposition hi abW Inwill otmn-eu- t, Mackln Council had another well against the regulations an active part to the accepted usage of all ciriHsad livery Sunday afternoon at 3 splendid, type o soldier." v Department and took votKB of the hlgbert order ot tal- - courteous his attended and intereMin meeting In the meeting of the Live Stock nations elsewhere tdronaout the and favorite Irish eleetIons ners. and M the good MOTHER RBCraryjBS UKRVbV welt as the Monday night, and cleared up all ftxehang. which said tine regula- world, and as pitting upon tho med- o'clock a special Lenten service with will fiVe a prominent place on- - the. brother lawyw will hW at tf nrorgamme. The Hibernians have Judge of the court In which be the buaineo on the desk of the tion would drive the. vntall meat ical profession the burden of pre- sermon on thebeNewburg road, Agnes' where Mrs. Mary Rilley, 1104 alcoholic left nothing undone that would lead pruttae. Absolute devotion to tbe Secretaries, The report of the So- mn out of-- JHraineas. Mr, McCand-lea- s scribing and dispensing therapeutic church the Passionist Tathars will avenue, New Albany,' aaOolbertaon one ot rooetrad mu bouwi cial Club created much eathulam. to the eatertaiBtnent ana interests ot an cnen tbese columns erred in beverages of proved interest from her son, Prirate Thomas Xfllar. the unlimited aa audience &bi1 irieiMBcv.. e hla leadina char Secretary Pfelffer announced that rewarded HhooJd t iar he Aliened the big: yetirJon at worth, while allowingPatent,, proprie- preach. Company L, lltth Jafentry, Mfb of will 1 erery tw of. available acUrbrlie, an4 me-U. cues entrusted tbe tub would celebrate 'St. Pat- (he stock yard aafnati tbe nlacitttr sale to th public H ". HQAPrr&L OKAPIiAIN. Ptriaton, who has seen aeatfs sjstt-i- os undivided attea rick' day trltlt to "him rftOMre sMmroek Janet, rtf Police Capt. Oaelda. in ana Fiwt tary and Anae recaedies containing oa the Western treat ia iTpaaee, u atil teraiiaai Mrict, but 4ea wot say 'that his alcohol in varying amounts without when the nafl will be tritnofod with lUaWIBBTlP nk lwji'"'i4"",y tto Jftr,, Tather.YUoaSt. CJP., of 4he a latter statin that bo,io all aai green and shwAfoeka, 'and urged buftinearfjrtiMr and onmea 4sroa aM control or hindnance by tho officer atarai WninWfSi waffear anl.BrMti Lsadnc-to! 8aerad j&pirt JUtreat, is in wall and thathe likes the any Ufa. of tho 8Ute." , members to bring their friends. The not aton tt, T RmMonri eooaj morn: acting as. tajupomry chaplain This is the first word tnat Mrs. ItV worth committee has secured exeellent mu In aUatB.,Jo. ifEr Jyw.nothink . that. U .. bine does net Mko nsBMif: of tn : ...... Uve course of the jnwunc pro- -Think c . . t proposes HiSpttal dorm this teraas Teosired rrom Mat sane sailed aa Nftraon was ic and ,tUM and Ooldie MettUag. Hr. while haa aver a ypeaied ro mm in reaHy interesting to introduce some anerm cwnndi to ,a protester and i atfarnst all ourrurtnar of personal lib- - at St. Joseph'sraguSnr chaplain. illness of the of July. Alderman XoCandleas will doubtless ideals ralft. features. Tnia O'Reilly aeoomaaniet. a n ONE GALA DAY Irl-rf- i A CAltDIXAL AND IRELAND. POLITICI llui-04ur"&& ' '- & .. KrV . fcar ill 1 5iiijw - - ( f JP' ' V , - s Pa-tr- oa lllc Gpv-ernnie- heln-ousne- ss lwmarked.ifor reduction this fall. got to hand It to Col. Petty, Chief of tho Keystone police feree, for lierve-wheho establishes a press bureau in his department for the sole purpose, of trying to bamboozle tho public into believing that tho antics of hi3 comedy cops xk told, iby ihe daily press are exaggerated and. fakes. Ia a carefully prepared - statement - for the Horald several c&ses aro hand picked and doubt thTown on the atorIC3 In the rose.-- (but the Colonel' 'bross bureau cArofully overlooks mentioning the many, drunken and ludicrous capers cut by'tho Keystone police In tho past year that rrHEME IS NO DOUBT OF. This fialvo and "bull' of the pros bureau ii not very con' vincing. to the big army of those knocked in the head by holdup men and tho victims of house robborles and automobile thefts. Then again not a word is eaid about the drunken police that shot up saloons, tho Keystoner1 that becamo soused on veast high-baland numerous otheT cases that havp occurred from day lo day. Following up tho press bureau's report tho Herald comes out in a labored edltorral asklne for fair play for ih'o "Keystono police and the; "hick" firo department, but notmng is said or fair play for tho poor taxpayers who liavo to pay the salaries of theso "boob" motormen and conductors masquerading as -- ''If alcohol la taken away they may declda that moat is harmful merely binsause pome people are opposed to oatlng Even sensible man who has not been blinded by the extravagances of prohibition- - j 1st literature must acrce with Dr. '. Elnhora's otatement that "Alcohol Says BattleaeJkl Was Best contributes to health and onjoyment Oa Prapamincsri For of IJfo if moderately used." It waa , for tho latter reason especially that Death. Our Lord turned water into wine, and for ibhe former that St. Paul counseled his disciple to avail himself of its medicinal qualities. Kcv. Father Kelfy, of ajtfcJWjriifrm LOVED FOR WORTH. js xnuuto u ort'. 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Sullivan, who commanded a division at tho siege, was the son lt SRRK THE PIUKST'S BLESSING. WASHINGTON'S KINDLY TRIBUTE. of an Irish immigrant and was born in Berwick, Maine, whither his father, John. Sullivan, had settled in 1730. The General was but thirty-fiv-e years of ago at year tho demand is mado of Boston, having been the siege Each "It has taken a war to bring out born in to hare March. 1.7 declared a holi- 1741. As soon as tho Revolutionary tho faith in the Rosary among day. To those who revere the day war began ho volunteered his servsaid a KnJghts of Columit makes precious little difference ices and all through the war he bus Secretary In discussing the spir whether ofllclal ukase ihas so sanc- worked diligently and with result itual sido of life in the battles on Ho erected tho French front. tioned It or not, hut there is some- for Colonial success. "It has been a thing fascinating in the sotting aside fortifications, constructed forts and revelation, not only to me, but to 540-54of a day and labeling it In honor battlements and everywhere wrote others who haves been close to the event. In Boston, more his nnme largo In tho history of the men during the trying" hours. of somo especially than, elsewhere, this day times. At Gennantown, and later "One morning in tho Verdun secmmm!gmzHm&m8imtixiH would seem to deserve such recog- at Brandywtne, he won spurs, retir- tor, when tho troops wero preparing from tho field only when dis- ing to go 'over tho top,' six young nition. 113s In. the first place Boston is today abled. After the war ho was re- men came to mo and asked for tho (ho city of the, coun- warded with a seat In Congress, and blessed beads. I talked with tho try. Some claim that distinction was a Judge for tho New Hampshire boT3 asked them their names and gave thom a cheering message. Two for New York; figures show that in court. proper proportion of Irish , to tho There is a pretty story connected or the young men had Hebrew 'whole population Boston has the with Gen. Sullivan and with the name3 and I was astonished when We make them. That's our Business, Recover Old point of saturation; the greatest evacuation which serves to show, thoy asked for tho Ilosary. density. Henco March 17 Is primal too. ihow Washington paid a nrettv "The two young men of tho JewTops, Make ,new Curtains, Replace Lights in Curtains, in Importance to Boston's majority compliment to Gen. Sullivan's race. ish faith stood apart from, the others and do all kinds of Auto Trimming, We make a population as tho hi.rthday of tho Things had been looking up "for tho and reluctantly asked mo for th6 saint wlho moans so much to tho Continental troops for days. Ethan blessed beads. 'Our buddies hero of Ford Tops. have been through many .a battle Irish people St Patrick. But Allen had sent on guns from and though they had to ba with xis, and if you don't mind we'd those Irish peoplo are also American citizens, and today they are much dragged on sleds over snow and ice like to go Into the battle on tho interested in tho fact that an event they 'finally readied their destina- same plane with our Catholic friends In American history is being made tion and Washington had them who have been real buddies to us,' memorable and what is of interest Placed in position on tho Heights. 6ald one of tho Hebrew soldiers. to Americans is. of Interest to them Thus strengthened, he was com'T gave them tho beads and 119 SOUTH SECOND STREET as American citizens. Henco the plete' master of the situation and wished them all tho best of luck in double aspect of tho day to tho Irish could dictate terms as ho saw fit. tho battlo to come. Two days later flKggBraSBlKiRlH?TOSffl With the British it was simply a tho Jewish boys returned with tho element in Boston's population. nuestion of how many days they beads, and I shall not soon forget First as to tho historical aspect because it Is proper to speak about would delay their surrender. Thoy the manner in which they thanked ourselves last. You will recall tho know now that defense was hope- mo. They had carried tho Rosary occasion for Evacuation day. It less. So on March 16, when it be- inrougn. two hard days was just after tho battlo of Burikor gan to look to tho watchers on the and to them it meant a token of Hill, when with Washington on hand heights that tho British wero ready safety. "On another occasion I was billetto direct things, it was determined to movo their jubilation knew no ed with a number of American solto drive tho British out of Boston. bounds. Among tho officers at the camp of diers near tho lines. Tho Bocho had Dorchester Heights was fortified, and In tho army beforo Boston dur- tho Commander-in-Chie- f the rojoic-in- g shelled a little French church which ing the nino long months of the was similarly great, and some was partially destroyed. The troops seige wore many of the greatest one proposed that tho morrow, be- wore stationed In tho church one soldiers of whom tho Continental ing March 17, it would be eminently evening whep a priest passed among army could boast Washington was proper to make Gen. Sullivan tho the sleeping boys and gavo Catholic a blessing. One in command, but at tho head of an "ofllcer of tho day." Tho suggestion and Important division was Gon, Will- at onco met with approval, and on young soldier awakened as the priest iam Sullivan. Ho had brought to .March 17 Gen. Sullivan officiated made the sign of. tho Cross on his thie army the force of Irishmen re- as master of ceremonies and gave forehead, Ho was pot a Catholic, cruited from ampng tho Irish emi- word that the password for the day but ho had learned to lovo tho litgrant Bettlors at the South Atlantic be ''St. Patrick." So things were tle French church which had been coast men who responded to .tho arranged, by Gen. Washington's own his home. "A fow weeks later tho samo call of tho Continental Congress order. It was the spirit of the day tho day that proved to bo tho troops wero occupying one of the with a devotion and an enthusiasm not even, bettered by followers of moving day for tho hirelings of tho Rhino towns la Gormany. Tho young soldier, who had been one of the Mahommed. Besides Sullivan, the British Kings. men blessed by the priest beforo most prominent Irl3h officer was going into battle, gathered somo of probably Stephen Mpylan, Colonel DON'T SCOU). his; friends together and planned to ROTH PHONES 1050 For tho sako of your children of "Moylan's Dragoons," an effective fighting forco which aided consid- don't do It. It is a great misfortune sack one of tho German churches erably in tho work of investing tho to have children reared in the pres and carry back tho beautiful treas ence and under tho Influences of ures to the HtUe French jegular British! troops. church Col.. Moylan was a man of great a scold. The effect of the ever- which had been sacked by the Germans. experience. Wiser minds prevailed and He was born in Cork, lasting complaining and fault-fin- d whore he was educated and where ing of such persons is to make the the plan failed to go through, but also his ibrother was the. Ttomau young who Jjar it become unamia-bl- ii. uiu enow ine lee liner or a nnn. maliciottt. and Catholic who had been thankful for Catholic Bishop. Amid all the-worry and trouble of those awful they often learn to take pleasure tne oieeemg, and who had learned 532 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE, KY. days of sieging Col. Moylan re- in doing the very thing for which to love the litle French Cathedral tained Jits good humor, and the they receive much tongue lashings. among the, ruing of France. "One evening a Catholic soldier sallies Jie made to encourage his As they are always getting the blame men were famous in their day. You for doing wrong they think they walked mites into a little French have heard of his laconic menace might m well do wrong as right. YlHage where an American priest Confidential is Our Part, Independency is Your written In January, 17i76. "Bvery-- r They lose all ambition to ttrlve Was stationed. He had said his contMng thaws hre," he Mid. "except for the favorable opinion of the fession in French to the cure but ainoa they see they al- was not satUfled. He again eald old Put (referring t Gen. Putnam). He U atfll aa.toard ,m ever ways strive ta. vain. Tbuc a sooM hi confeeeion la BngMeh and then aeked the priest If a maea eouW he On Furniture, Piano or Salary, Write, Call or Phone City 734& crying out for powder powder ye ii not only a. nuba'ace hut a gode, give .w powder." The odf of the moral of children. aid for Me deeeaeed father. Three a did (rive them powder wear? Tf thee wehelored dreaded people 4dayi leter i Maes ..waa said11. In a. Mt- . b others & vaitlar and .the adranUe they could only see themeelrec as Ut tee them. Iter would flee the made at it wm seen in tie rewrit. when o St Patrick' day the BrfUeti ntottatalM lit very ekane. 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Fourth and Market Streets COMMERCIAL BANKING tn . v? GO It Makes a Specialty of Handling Estates. S. W. Corner Fifth and Market, Lqti fsville, Ky. H Louisville Anzeiger Company Incorporated CJftECKJS Savings Accounts DRAFTS Trust Department f BLANKS FIRSTCHAPLAIN To -- Safety Vaults Boxes $3.00 Per Year OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS 6 to 8 O'CLOCK 444W:Mfr&&W44&4P High Grade Clothing at Popular Prices MYER BERMAN I 216-21- 8 W. Market St., Bet, Second and Third. lMPUMENT8s OFfl ;RIEND f- - " ' schools,, tho Sisterhoods themselves, as wo seo from the aforecited paragraph, aro to tako tho Initiative In training candidates for service for tho period of social reconstruction. Thoso In attendance shared the opinion of Father Perceval, who Kncnilcs of Solid Christian ltcfonn presided. He said "It was up to tho teaching nuns to cany the of Society Are Every- proposition through. The full force . wrliero About. '. ot such a mpvement could not possibly be felt for some- considerable tlmo; possibly not in their own gen eration. It would bo necessary flrst Social Reconstruction nitd the Duty to overcome many prejudices, and to create new traditions' in our Cathof Our Schools 'Xnsk of olic schools. But onco theso tradi tions were created and fostered Hour. tehro was really no limit to tho ' amount, of good that might come out of It." He therefore invited the Must Begin tho 'Training of Our, teaching! nuns to help' tho great VUUOW VJW14 ,tlUll,i AU iU13 WUUU' in 'Workers Fnturo try In the tremendous Tesppnslb'ill- tlos that lay berore It in the future, .IjowexvSchools. First they niust equip themselves, and then through them tho children under their care. Tho, world "'lay 'fe. Ml ft' about us in ruins, and the only COMING ?. YEARS, LOOM ItUtGE. thing that could' save it was reconw m struction on distinctively Catholic lines. The motto of the church surely be the motto that flHeconstrjKctlonis Ee was given by our Holy Father ofj the.?, hour. It is our duty .as Plus X.. "to restore all thlncs In Catholics to work constructively" Christ.'' ;The, nun's part An this But while ,the (humanly apealdng) impossible task lrthIs''Tmovoment. enemy, and those bitterly opposed was a great and noblo one. , "It was to""Cathollc teaching aro working nothing les3 than to make England with might and main to assert their catholic through 1ior women, and principles, many of us have been to attempt that with any success content, with falling back upon "the they must tackle tho thing at Its excellence of tho general principles BOurce and get at the Catholic girl, of Catholic social reform." The question at onco arises Evidences of tho activity of the whether these suggestions would be re- - practicable enemies of tho solid Christian in our country. Tho form of society aro everywhere i nnf nt ti nian wnuM hovn d about us. Even the to be left to tho Bishops, the super-soclreconstruction programme of ,ora of the varloua roiigious com-th- p British Labor party" bears and tho diocesan school ments of danger. Its condemnations 'superintendents. From theso sources of the present social order are too)We may cxpect mucll he co. sweeping. It favors Marxian so- - operatlon in the great workand which that programme nrff0rnv,ldnfSorflW0 Can D0 l0DKer u & .m i, .v , ACTIVE BOO T H FISHERIES : Go . - Europe Was Fatlicr John J. . Brady, of .tho JIarlnes.' ' . to . .'( AVvni-clecr DisUngiiisicd'SerIce Cross Bravery and tion, to Duty.Devo- V (3 Itcturns. Homo and .Applies for. Permanent Appointment ns Xnvy Cliaplnln;' ' Oysters and ffeh ..,T 104-106 , SAYS MAIHKES ARE" FEARLESS. W. JEFFERSON r . itMrd' , much-laude- al a .ad' '""S verelty of Missouri, in a work first published in 1010, speaking of "Tho interests and to promoto the elfl- Sociological View of Morality," eays: brach It is evident that moral codes social service. prtlCUAar work will from the social point of view are now to bo widened so as to have of etonATA f d.,,1,, include of social conduct which' groups find it con- - service the entire field proof, needs no further vonlent or necessary to impose upon tholr members." A series of articles' To ask tho Sisters to devote part l ,nei,r summer vacauon 10 sucu Is now being published In Central nintt and Social JmiHec. nolnHne studies' seeniB ihardly fair in view .m out the vlcioua tendencies of this r tho fact liat so many of them ', A! and a number of other Boclologic are giving up part of that time to Vf texts widely used in Amorican worK aiong scnoiasxic ana proies- t, sional linos, tliougtt many of them schools. A B, I. .Bell, in a work called "Right would no doubt be willing to do so. and Wronir After the War." boldlv Fortunately an approach to a solu- advocates teachings of the most per- - tlon of this vital problem has been verce , and kind, made by Father John W. Keogh, Bolshevism: inispite of the reign.of chaplain of St. Bede's at the w it has inaugurated In some verslty of Pennsylvania. He Is looked upon by not a ized long ago that "ono of tho tow as a practical method of gain- - greatest drawbacks In handling our d log certain reform charity problems is that our or ollc laymen know nothing To give an Instance bearing more scarcely anything of the charity, Louisville, Ky. directly upon the present, article, situation in the church: and much 1024 West Main St. socialistic catechisms have' been pub- - more, know llttlo how to deal with sBaasBsgsagMXMggKxaMK? llshed In several languages, adapting It when they do recognize its pres-th- e teachings of Marx and Engels ence." He therefore organized the to tho child mind. A New York Catholic students of the university Socialist paper prints a weekly pago into social .service committees, and CUT STONES AND INTERIOR MARBLE for children. Tho youngsters write under his guidance they undertook their own stuff for it and draw their splendid social service work, taking CONTRACTORS own cartoons. n charge settlement houses con"-- 1 Now one reason why Catholics ducted In seven centers by eighty-ar- e Set or F. O. B. All Parts U. S. not ready to tako part in the flve Catholic students, urgent work of reconstruction now) in 1914, just beroro tho outbreak PETER--BURGHARD going on in every phase of modern 0f the war, Rov, Thomas Wright, life is that they have not been as 0ne of the English social Incorporated well prepared as thoso who are workers, said that "social study as looking forward to "the great revo- - n initial stop to practical Christian Manufacturers All Classes Monuments lution. 'citizenship Is fast becoming 'popu- SALESJIOOMS Sf0mie.?f,i0Ur ,eaders now rral,? lar' among Catholics." Now after PJ.iA.NT: i young women should tho great war and In the throes of 009 West Jefferson St. 13th to 14th Maple St. Homo Phone 2271 i ouuui bbiviuo this era " Both Phones 110.3 the need ""c.' "D workers and are urging them to of sound of reconstruction as an aid social instruction Every order placed with us manufactured at our plant. tak6 up such activities. But tho to "practical Christian citizenship" work is becoming every day more Ia more urgent, more more specialized, demanding an exacting inBIstcnt than ever. vital and com- For tho and even technical preparation. In !ng year8 ioom up iarg0 with tho view of tho dangers mentioned it promUe of and even would be unwise to send them to tliBastroua ci,anges In tho entire so- vbiuiwuuo tuuwuuK i. tho order of tho day. But ci(u- and political order. ot C. V. C, B. preparation of some kind they must have. Margaret Fletcher, one of IRISH HEART. the best known Catholic social workers of England, says that the who "I have an Irish girl of today will bo practically I always suspected acquaintance foeart possessed n compelled to mingle in a society of pure gold," said a where views prevail that are far "Recently he did mo Kansas editor. a great kind different from those held In the ness, and m tnanKing mm i re- days ot their grandpaonrts. And tn.lfn,l n fn t A T ell nil lltVa yet theso girls must "bo there" anda Chnnce to do you a favor like some of them must even assoclato this.' continually with persons holding " 'Well,' me boy he replied, 'then these "4vaac4" view is case they do some ono else a favor,' take up social service. "This Irishman's church Is not 4 We mut admit that unless we my church, for I Jiaven'f any, but .TAniTSON first teach our teach ens how to de- tho religion which, is his 'rule and ' velop "the ftoekl ese" of their guide of faith' is good enough for pupils in th earlier years, we my me nd if there wore more of It In not at all succeed In equipping the world the world's burden ot Repairing Promptly AtrondeU To Beth Plumas 92 and social trouble would bo lightened workers. This seems to have been the Idea which inspired the calling of a conference by our English FOR AX ASS! brethren ot the faith for the purpose of studying this very question. "You should get your ears lopped, At the London conference the Brian," said a smart touHt to an unanimous opinion ot thee preaent peasant, whom h was wu thli, yr must begin the tra In- Irieh "tfeey'we Urge for a man.'' Recover Automobile Tops, Hew Tope ad All Kind of Tritnmwf. ter ot owr future worker In this "An". iHMfcMl." replied Brian, "I lowr 'foroti of our aeueola. But waa Juat thtattta' your weuld want a Many S13-S1- 5 Waft liktrty Strnt an sobates dtagttab Catholic girl to l bo mad kargor. Cure, ttoy're too WKt Jiffirsm StrMt II duoatod la eonvont for BKSSSSSBSIffi8!!SSSS!SlESaHBSHKKKa i?'2l' oi.r. , i,,wf)Li AJ,'lH ,7 "Hospital Sisters" terested In their i0 .in Bt andthose,, -- in- - V6rk, chiefly E. J. O'BRIEN & CO. "ffS." 5?: f,i(n Tobacco Brokers preacher-sociologis- ' anti-Christi- Unt-terr- or real-countri- much-neede- Cath-ineasur- STONE CO. te AMERICAN ELEVATORS BUILT BY American Elevator & Machine Co. I ANUMAIN STKKKTS T lt t well-train- ed well-balanc- ed ALBERT R. RICHARDS Automobile Remodeling, Painting a Specialty. 4-1- 11 Father John J, Brady, the "Fighting Chaplain of, the- - Fifth Marines," came home Monday on tho Btoamer Niagara. Ho wore tho Distinguished Service Cross awarded him for bravery and devotion to duty, but he would not talk about It. But some of tho Marines on board were not so backward and gave a 'brief record of the chaplain's work in France. On one occasion in August last year, just before tho launching of a big offensive, he climbed over tho top and administered absolution to thirty Germans in tho trenches. Ho was under fire constantly and braved death scores of times while ho sought his men in "No Man'3 Land." After administering the last rites ho would carry the fallen soldiers back of the lines for speedy medical attention. On St. Patrick' day, 1J18, he was riding along the front in an auto with three- Frenchmon. A shell hit the car, demolishing it and killing tho Frenchmen inalmost stantly. Father Brady, with the exception of being shaken up, was unhurt and regained his. regiment. He was lost three times at tho battle front while searching for lost Marines. Ho crawled' across the battle-sweareas late one .night to a listening post to hear tho confes sion of a. man who was stationed there. Machine gil'n bhllets were falling about him, .but he reached his destination. After hearing the confession he administered .communion and crawled back through tho flying sholls to the trenches. Tho citation, dated December 6, 1919, reads: "Recommended for the Distinguished Service Cross, Chaplain John J. Brady, of the United States Navy, for his devotion to duty and utmost disregard of personal safety during tho attack of June 6, 1918, in the BoiB de Belleau. Father Brady exposed himself fearlessly throughout tho- attack, passing up and down the front lines, cheering the men and caring for those who were wounded. His presence on the front lines did much to keep the men in good spirits during such a trying attack." Tho chaplain said that while ho aided tho Germans spiritually he could not bo prevailed on to carry any of them off the field. He said: "Tho shells fell about me, but somehow or other they never hit Why, me. Talk about your grit! it was tho fearlessness of the brave Amorican soldiers that played the major part In bringing the enemy countries to terms. Take for ox-ample the case of a young marine in our regiment who walked to a well at 2 o'clock in tho morning with canteens tied to a stick which ho carried carelessly over his shoulder. Tho cans made an awful racket and soon the Germans nearby were awakened and opened fire. Shells were flying all around him, but he filled his canteens and came back. I asked hlrn why he went, and added that ho might have been flattened out. 'Oh, shucksl Father,' he said, 'what's the use ot being scared of thoso fellows; they can't hit anything.' That's the Bplrit of the average Amorican lad who went across the water to take part in the great war for Tighteousnoss." Whilo in France Father Brady was senior army chaplain in the district of and surrounding Paris. Had lie not been a naval officer on detached duty he would have been promoted to tho rank of Major. He had been chaplain in the navy three years when we entered tho war and immediately made application for a transfer to the Marine Corps and was the flrst chaplain overseas. Before entering the navy Father Brady was assistant Tector to St, Veronica's church, No. 153 Christopher street, Now York Father Brady went to Washington to make application, for permanent duty as chaplain in the navy. pt SS858BSS8S8S8BSffiSS8gffia38S8B83CB8S MtM I What Are You Going to Do After July 1st? I i 3EA.T CTJSC ADEN'S J ICE OFCREAM COURSE 517-51- 8 3 Stores309 PHONES, 619 Seuth Second Street South Second Street S. W. Cor, 3rd. and Jefferson $ V "Hirsch's Goodies HIRSCH BROS. (Incorporated) LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Telephone 1841 Schoppenfaorst Bfos. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 1822 West Market St. x Louisville, Ky. L. P. BORNWASSER & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS AND PACKERS OF BEEF AND PORK LOUISVILLE, Phone Main or City 3783 KENTUCKY GRAY & TOMPPERT HIGH GRADE PLUMBING 414 S. First Street Louisville, Ky. CO- TENTH STREET TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated 116-12- 4 - Independent to qui-int- el -- am-al- um!" ear, and tfcagr would be pleased to have the, Kentucky delegates with Beet them. Indian, delegates will go to the national oonreaUou ia a special Tenth St, Near Main, Louisville, Ky. Returns Promptly Made Auction Sale Daily Lighted Houae in City, Mark Your Hhde. Tenth Street Houae n JKEJSrODXJOCY friends, in honor of Mr. Pike's eixty-flrbirthday; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Sinclair and children, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Carson! and children, Mr, and ' ' Mrs. T. F. Kelley and children, Mr. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. and Mrs. John Melhaus, Mr. and DvwJ h the SocIl aad Moral AaVweement of Irisk Amdciw i CtHtoIta Mrs. Ben Clark and Mr. and Mrs. ' Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians. Young Men's Mack Thornborry., Institute and Catholic KnlghtB of America. OHATOH, KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., tneorpotMnJ. Publishers Attorney. J, J. Kavnnagh i3 aLman UBSCRIPT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, SINGLE COPY Sc who upholds tho reputation of the Irish nation for wit and eloquence. MitWr. Enttred at tfc Loulivllta PotHct M Sec4-C- I He is not only one of the moat brilto the HNTBCKY IBISH AMCRI6AH, 319.321 Wtt true tt liant members of the Louisville bar, Utnu all CmiMftltif st JObeJLSSJEl AMERICAN, KOTU6KY IRISH flMERKHH.. IVKLTi-'KNOW- Vote for R. C. OLDHAM mental interference if necossarj. r believe in the RIGHT OF 2. THE WAOE BABNERS TO ORGANIZE for the protection of their ' wages and the improvement of thu labor conditions. .1. I favor a CHILD IiABOR LAAV which will forover abolish the exploitation of tho children, of Kentucky for commercial and Industrial gain at tho cost of hoalth. and opportunity for education. 4. I favor the creation of a . SEF-Alt'A- HE IS A FRIEND OF LABOR "MY 3IKSSAGK TO liAIVOH." 1. I am in favor of tho E1GHT-1IOU- U 'DAY, nnd 'bellevo it should bo granted as a matter of social and eoonomllc right; that it should be granted tho workmen by govern- LOUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 THOMAS Now the . greeting. The Kentucky Irish American day again extendB St. Patrick's greetings to its thousands of readers and friends, and especially thanks the its advertisers, who have taken our greater part of the space of many extra pages. Praying that all will live to enjoy many moro anniversaries of Irolnpd's great apostle, we also ask that our subscribers remember our advertisers and use this Issue as a reliable business directory. They will thereby help the Kentucky Irish American on its way to- high ond lofty Ideals and enlarge' its field of usefulness. - CLINES. wmmM BY' .fPPK' !H BSJBri-V.M4t- J1K'VW ' llantly shines. Gov. Stanley has made him Col. Thomas D. Clines. He's our own County Treasurer, an Elk and also A member of Mackin, who makes plays a go. To him all its favors fate kindly as signs Hats off to,the new Colonel, Thomas star of his destiny bril- - The Man With His Hands In His mrmti&--- n mart Mr.my : f t T u. uiines'. IV li He's a Knight of Columbus, who knows not fatigue. Ho was once head and front of tho Twin City League, And in every position ho graces no but is noted for his oratorical gifts, doubt which are always in demand. Mr. You will find ho "plays clean ball" Kayanagh 13 constantly requested to and "just lines 'em out." deliver addresses before distin KKLVS PATKON SAINT. In the team of our Governor now guished bodies or at somo big celeradiantly shines bration and has never failed to de Kext Monday, wherever on tba Our own County Treasurer, Col. light and electrify his audiences. Thomas D. Clines. 'God's green earth an Irish'face of At tho bar ho has been no less successful, having conducted a number man or ua Irishwoman or a eon or of important suits with marked suca daughter of Irish parents may bo "The Journal of Labor can not fail to support a man who WORKMEN'S cess. As a campaign orator he has COMPENSATION found, hero will bo a celobratlon ; BOARD A REPRESENTATIVE OF" been a great drawing card in local J openly declares for the cardinal principles of organized labor. patron LABOR, and believe the best way. to political circles and is one of our of the .festal day of Ireland's guarantee this to tho wage earners strongest Democrats. Mr. Kavanagh . srdnt. And they will not celebrate Oldham up to this time has not been opposed, , and it also finds time to do editorial work, ,s to have a law passed directing ' -alpae; their neighbors of all na- ' Miss '' " that thteoo done. has returned and is tho life and soul of a' large is that the politicians of the. State will .recognize that', ' " tionalities will gladly join them in from a Beatrice Manri Joseph Beam and admiring circle of friends. " 9i I favor and shall TMrS. visit to dolng honor to their glorious at Bordstown. for tho safety of labor In shops, ill it., is., useless lp oppose a nian, who rallies to the standard of organ-- ' DAUGHTERS OP ISABELLA. i the mines and on tho railroads. apcstli0 St, Patrick. Tho green will D. J. Rcilly, of South Seventh iked labor and pledges his support' to. it There is no question 10. I believe a public officer is seen everywhere. There, Is a bq street, is to hia home with areTho Daughters of Isabella, who only A SERVANT OF TIB PEO- rapidly increasing their memtouch of nature .about tho obserr-lanc- o an attack confined U that'Stn Oldham will receive the vote of-- every wage earner?' of erysipelas. FLE... bership, will hold their regular .fit. Patrick's day that makes of TA ;;.-- unique monthly meeting at the Knights of .!.' , Mrs, Jennie Walsh visited at 'the whoio worhi.kin. This Columbus Hall next Tuesday even'. fact finds its reason partly in the Bloomfleld last week, tho guest of ing at 7:15 o'clock. Aftor the Isle, mainly her son, Joe Walsh, and family. hiatory of tho Emerald business meeting there will be an Tne story in tha Irish character. Mrs. J, .J. Brislan and Sirs. Ber- open session, to which all Catholic ,pf Erin, respleriuchtf' as it Is with nard Brislan and sons, of Frankfort. women of tho city are Invited. The Iter. Father Barrett, chaplain "at !tho morality,., learning, eloquence were visitors here tho past week. Camp Zachary Taylor, will be pres' andpatrtoUtix'off Mi'sons.'is neverMiss Ellen Foley, who spent a ent and address the meeting at theless written '.in, Uio blood of week with friends in tho Highlands, 8:30. ' martyrdom and, tyrannical persecu- has' returned to her home in Pewoe s'uffer-inFAVORITE AV1TII AliL CIISSES. Valley. tion, it is n tale of '.sorrow, starvation. It appeals to every A lawyer who has attained an Mrs. James Morton''has been ento heart wnich is at tertaining Qlr. and Mrs:' John enviable success in his chosen calling- is William Duffy, who is widely of human the tndcr influence McCormack,-oJCew, Orleans, at her' known and exceedingly popular with ancft'lt IsYrerhapsVas- an'ex? hom"Qin Men' dowbrook. ;'r all classes or people. Mr. Duffy hap pression ofthls sentiment that we, ... . ' i hi Misses Alma Keancy and Lucille a natural aptitude for the law. He " see tno universal weanuB devotes himself to his profession Viloman have been green on the seventeenth of March. week at St. Catherine spending a and takes tho keenest interest in ..of Sienna ' To tho Irish character, nowev pushing all enses confided to him Academy at Springfield. to a successful termination. His In our opinion, must credit be Riven Mrs. Ruth Mnhoney and son, who high character, his undoubted abilgeneral observance of St. for the ity and courteous manners have Patrick's day! Tho Irishman Is spent the winter ,with her, daughter, made him a favorite with Judges of Mrs. Joseph FdttiVcer. have re Ho naturally a coclablc fellow. UPON URGENT REQUEST tho courts and the M)eople of Louis turned to their homo here. ville and thoso who desire to have makes friends wherever he goes. Col. M, J. Brennan is recovering their legal affairs conducted in a His wit la proverbial, and his sym- satisfactory manner nathy knows no distinction of rae from his recent spell of illness and could not doand honorable call Mr, better than expects to bo among thoso "weorjng color. Ho has fought creed, or Duffy at his offices in tho Realty o' the green" next Monday? " building and retain his services. Died upon overy battlefield of the ' Darld J, Burke, the well known world where human, liberty JtiaOBST DEATHS. Will Conduct Another Complete Course In t tending against .the hosts of tyranny grocer, who has been ill the past steadfast in few. we'ekB, was removed to Sts. and oppression. 3Io is Saturday morning Mrs. Tlllie Mnry and Elizabeth Hospital. Harlan, 1812 Lytle street, passed his friendship, and his charity, be so small, is always his (means ever Mrs. John F. Oetkon. who has from this life, another victim ,of influenza. Sao was an at tin Kcrvico of .tho needy. Good: been ill with a severe attack of the dread young wamon and many rheumatism,' went to Martinsville estimable Successor to Hennessy & Axman spreads tho natures, jolly, ho friends nnd acquaintances mourn hor ' 1 Springs Sunday for treatment. ehiao of Mb optimistic disposition Tuesdeath. Her funeral took place POPULAR PRICE TAILORS whereovor he goes. But no matter Henry Keller, the popular West day morning. To Begin Monday, March 24 Membership Limited whore ho roams, no matter what his End grocer, leaves tomorrow for Friends and relatives in large ... UP STAIRS STORE may be, Martinsville, Ind., where he will social or financial condition Now. numbers arc mourning tho death of ho never forgets poor, old, suffering spend a wcekiin.rest and recreation. Clara Edna Bryan, twenty-fiv- e years sbamrocic .where tho "Ireland The most striking evidence of the great success attained Mrs. H. D. Murphy and little old. wife of Kcnnie J. Bryan, who 425 SVEST JEFFERSON STREET re- hor homo, PTmnsLM On each and even daughter, Hattie Katherine, spent died at street, after712 South Twenty-by the Blackburn School of Dressmaking is evidence by an illness of only fourth he me weeK-enof March efurriw; seventeenth witn her parents, Mr. a fw days, of pneumonia. Her futhe many urgent requests we have had for the repetition of uaprfllr puts on his "bit of green" and Mrs. Barbee, of Poweo Valley. One Two neral was held Sunday morning with ' In most cases these requests this most practical course. day. Ho ' Interment in St. Louis cemetery. nad celebrates St Patrick'3 Mr. Mrs. John Cronan, o have come.from those women now taking lessons in cla33es hia fealty to Ireland, Oakdalo,and iesMrrs &snln of today are being supplied with ranges The havo returned homo from Saturday morning tho last sol ,'(ind praya that ho may live to see Cleveland, .whoro they spent a which will finish by Saturday, March 22. emn rites were held over tho ro- - which burn both Coal and Gas because they offer "conveniene" tha Nlobo ofvNatlona throw off .the month with' Mr. and Mrs. J. Calla- malns of Mrs. Mary A. Sayers at St, We have prevailed upon Mrs. Blackburn to give sfasekle that bind her to perfidious han. Louis Bertrand church, attended by and real "Comfort" and real "Economy" all the Year Round. many friends.- Sho was thd beloved Altoo. MiY God Bpeed the day! us another four weeks' stay in Louisville, in order Miss Mary Russell, 11 IS Eaat Oak Sayors, and her street, New Albany, Is recovering wife of James L. kindly disposition that those who arc in the present classes, as well benevolent and QUKETi THING. You Will Get a DUPLEX ALCAZAR for Your Homo from a severe Illness of influenza, won her tho lasting friendship of all their friends, may have further opportunity of to the great relief of her many who enjoyed hov acquaintance. For ',';Re2eafie of Hlsh political piisoa- - friends. benefiting by the immense amount of practical tho bereaved husband nnd children pya at tails' time will scarcely satisfy there is felt tho deepest sympathy. help to be had through these classes. Mrs. Waltor Hlllerich, of Chatta- seli-dtho demaod of Ireland for nooga, who was called hero by the Home Phone Shaw. 1406 24th and Cedcr Sts. Tuesday at noon the soul of Miss termination. Nor does it remedy tho death of her aunt, Sirs. Anna Baker, This new. course is mo3t advantageous, comDuddy, beloved .flagrant wrong that has been done has been spending the week wth Mary Virginia William ing as it does just in time to make one's spring daughter of and Allie by holding these prisoners without Miss Lena Hlllerich. Duddy, 473 North Twenty-nint-h apparel for the Easter season. There will be four trial and without any charge .being passed Into H Among the Louisville people reg- street, Duddy was heavenly keeping. classes, but the membership of each class is' ' Miss Med against them for almost a year. fifteen years old istered In New York City among her nnd was a favorite limited. It is most important to secure tickets 'But, apparently, Britisli statesmen were Miss B, Walsh, V. C.last week young Murphy, friends, by arefadtrTerent to tho, wrongs of Ire- Miss Charlotte Hall, A. Darlin, Hen- sadly missed. Tho whom sho will bo funeral was held at the earliest moment tn order to insure securland. They could tell us in eloquent ry H. Sweat, Miss Georgia L. Herrlg, Thursday morning from St. Cecilia's wcrda of; tho wrongs sufferod by and Mrs. T. M. Fairchlld. ing a membership. church with requiem high mass. Belglam under the German heel. But Patrick J. Shea, former turnkey Miss Florence Mccormick's death, The Entire Course of Twelve Lesions Costs But $ I. DO 2 woree things committed right at at the Jail, and a member of the Home Phone 5868 which ocurred Saturday night at 921 East Broadway St. home they do not see. The British navy for tho past year, Is homo on tho home of her parents. Air. and Tickets on Sale Pifth Floor, Assembly Hall a furlough During tho war ho Mrs. John McCormick, 130 North cdascleaco Is a queer .thing. served along tho coast of England street, son r.UK.vr sro..! rut suum!; iiiohest cuss SLAOKKKS PROMOTE BIGOTKV. and Ireland, and Is now located at Clay among caused widespread Hot and Charles, William and John row her many friends. Brown. The funeral sorvlcea were New York. death, resulted from pneumonia. Hot held Wednesday morning, at St. Rush Ladies, Avoid A write? to tho Loulsvillo Evenfuneral was held Tuesday morning James A. Scanlon, well known from St, John's church, Rev, Father Michael's church, ing Pout complains that ho doesn't Bring your last year's hat to ua and popualr In Louisville, like tho Idoaof tho' Post supporting connected with the Congress who Is 8ohuhmann conducting tho solemn IiAXWE ATTBNDAXOE AT OITj early anil savo money by havlnj; ncoAtKa office service. it roblocked In tho newest shape. 3. Catholic for pnbUc office, but does forco at Washington, and who EXCHANGE. has W Xava Tiirtjr Vew Skpe To not give hia reasons why. This class been homo on account of the death There ahe hundreds of pooplo in Meet Srrosa. One of the most Interesting sights of btaota wore ,not conspicuous dur of his father, will next week return Louisville who are deeply mourning Our method of rcblocklney cleanIn the city and pne which shows ing and dyeln? has proven a Kroat the passing of Mrs. Matilda Knoob, ing the way and they wore willing to Washington. success. Our forty llfty-si- x years old, beloved wife of how the importance and growing ness in our guarantee.years o busifor Catholics to fight for liberty and Mrs. Henry Wrocklage announces Anthony Knoob, 200S Magazine business of tho various oil com When you bring your hat to us freodcpH, and in going over tho top a the marriage of her sister. Miss Del-l- a street, called to her reward at the panies, is the daily sessions at 120 you arn brincing It to a reliable Tho bug tribe company leaving town ?ttf Louisville concern and you will set E. Bauer, to Edward H, Flynn, dawn of Sunday morning, airs. South Fourth street of tne Ken oidlr wa not asked whether ho long trail of deceased ones behind' thcwl &k. althe best attention. a tucky was a Qathollc, Piotetant, Jew or which took place in Annlston, Ala., Knoob was an Ideal Christian woman ways Oil Exchange. There Ib a largo attendance of InterestRev. Father October her life tho Loulsvillo Chemical Co. will clean, your intdeL The'' ien at the froat draw-n- Jt Early 13, 19J8. The ceremony at and gave the best years of,the poor ed spectators and buyers and tho City performed the in sorring God and helping religknwi lines, but it rmlM for tho Sacred Heart church. promises at a moment's notice. Thou'SiuLi,'; .or and needy. She was a devout mem- sessions are held promptly at 12:15 .Wgot. 713 WMT TBTTMMOX HXIXt Eorn !tt!e nrrow-braln- d ber of tho Sacred Heart parish, from o'clock p. m. satisfied customers throughout the city and fitte Tho Kentucky Oil Exchange has A pleasant event of last week was which church tho funeral was held who you mft het 190 to oee wa a will testify why not you? Don't forgeVUw ;,.!". come be recognized as an imslacker, to .draw the religious lino. the entertainment given by Miss Tuesday morning. Rev. Patrick portanttofeature of the oil industry, Bertha Schaefer at her home in Walsh celebrating the requiem mass. March 17, Wo can, we will. . . bigot New Albany Acoofffttac to th logic of this and while It neither promotes com- its patrons and, .all who desiro Inin honor of her brothjt H for CathoMca to give er, Michael P. Schas-ferAgnes A'Hern, twenty-thre- e panies nor acta as agents in the formation. "-- h Mrs. Ethel recently ribt years old, wife of James J. sale of treasury stock, all orders their blood tor discharged from the military orv their vm and Pyramid, MoSombs, Majestic, Old for purchase QoremaMttt, bat M for hoUlar Ic. Among thoM yrent from A'Hern, recently discharged from promptly on or sale are eexcuted Dominion, Wright, Wyoming, Ken- 108-11ouf n, tho nary, S, Third Ave., commission bwi. Phone City 8222 or Main 0 died of pneumonia Mon ' boymBHni It Is -- Louisville wre. .Mimas CUIre ofltt This is an absolutely fair method tucky stocks are bought and sold Nora Lubbr and Mayme day morning at the home of her matter. and many of these stocks have oihw Schaefer and Mr. and Mrs. l rents, 'Mr. and (Mrs. Charles L. of trading, and the Oil Exchange Fourth street one of the most 11,600,000 monthly. doubled in Brown. 713 East Washington street. not only buys and sell, but iuuea sixty days value during the past of pmAibMion The ee iosf of the ' Exchange terestinc and, stirring events iC 7 If4toaa' Ant. and others are expected Besld her huftband and parents h a free, market letter for the benefit a lwitotwM roor4 for Hw Vr. mmA Km. Smi Wlr wam In iumvd by three mnera and of all Interested la oil steeke aid to do the. same. Ptp lines are In- draw large crowds daily and resi- - day, as demonstrating the i'mmifiuo hM iavtiit-eas well.M otdents dry. Aad tt vm b tiM ''' kMMitly sttrprtaed at tfcIr home thrM, brothcf. Mr. i.v.. SwiUr. has a epeelal JretigUntf and. re-- creasing, weekly and the oil output iiders, of oar city,visit to 12 9ethl Interest takes by the' publicState. found ladttstry of the will find a pernor dejw taunt at the the State U new eatlaqftttd ati of ' .'.''U'" Mt4 TftrUvtmr ' ky' i Brow. following) whr. . 12 f ?$ Hi v, it-i- ' . .:' Own Pockets, Not The Tax Payers itician. AND DISTINCT DEPARTMENT OF LABOR in tho State or Kentucky, which will bo presided over by a labor man and not a pol- . The Journal of Labor says of him C. I favor FREE TEXT BOOKS FOR TILE CHILDREN of the State ofv Kentucky, and more adequate compensation for tho teachers in the free Echools. I am unalterably OPPOSED 6. TO THE EMPLOYMENT OF CONVICT LABOR In tho manufacturing of goods to be sold In competition with free labor. 7. I shall advocate tho passage of a law placing a REPRESENTATIVE OF LABOR on tho Board controlling the penal and charitable institutions of Kentucky. I favor maintaining on the 8. . SOGIETY. . . . . ,i"r. V? -- V urge-law- s" n ' . , (, . ' s. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 1919 Spring Suits made to J" Mb order for less than any reliable Ready Made or Made to Order Firm in in this City. FOR sym-nath- y. f . 4t4tKMHM4-M- - jd MRS. BLACKBURN! was-c,on- EDW. A. AXMAN Practical Dressmaking NEW CLASSES nrll d ATjC5AiZA"R homes Ranees in t t t '''? It IF YOU WANT THE BEST L. BIRKEL & e- SONS JOHN P. SCHAEFER t Auto Painters and Trimmers r the iKmfmmtStmm ffia.il eeeee4Meee'-- must die The Bugs and Roaches . Falls Straw Works ht , LOUISVILLE . CHEMCAL GO. fri 9th-man- 105 in-:- , a4 yr I"-.- - f ,, rt;. w MkNMM-ftoft- '' ,fcrift ac-rtf- i r. 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' VKT-lliirv- s , Jsitt elr ..,", .' v'J0NKH$ 'f J rf 'i , .r ttf ,' ''A.'"- .) At en A'- -c v,-- c t! . o"-- ;" ',' wVftT,-!vOJw'Vjs5?r ' : ' "- .f't - A'h ifC'U .'VJ jBaai&VT3cxvr irxsixs A2mohjhcxoj- w ww ww ww EMMETS GREAT SPEECH.a 4 wwwvwwwwwwrwwvj'wn r ww ww -- wW ww" ww" WW ww" W WWVVW aewuK Roiwrt Bmmet. the was born March 4 1778 li-ls- h ? , cxecu-jjlsought martyr, On Sop- - JlVer Honor, In tho hands of th'o is Bot suffered to explajnfFrance aid from France; because even as an enemy could hot TI 1 IT P Hi HI A :f"f - Tiff T fl W '0 WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS FOR fWC rt "s'siss -- w;.r r,;.;Sic,r"t.t . ,,,, tf'a u,.i "THE REALLY BETTER PLACE" INI "LOUISVILLE C V " """' '".-- " "" v of the keystone of tho combination ". Irishmen, or, as lour Lordship expressed lt,' "the life and blood of tho conspiracy." You do me honor over ... ? .ti.'v rt f P t T S much; you havo given to the $! superior. 4 all, tho credit There are mfin "engaged 'In this conwh'b are not Jonjy suporlor IC I stand tat" spiracy,, JI My Lord,' I amasked; wuatzl have change characters. to1 mp," but oven to your own conto say why sentencoof "death should the bar of "this burt 'anil dare not ceptions of yourself, My. Lord men not be pronounced on me, according vindicate my character, how dare beforo tho splendor of whoso genius to law, I have nothing to say that, you calumniate It? Does tho sen and virtues I should bow with recan alter your predetermination, nor tenco of death, which your unhall- spectful deference, and who would that it will bocomo mo to say with owed policy inflicts on .my body, think themselves disgraced by shak any view to tho mitigation of that condemn my tongue to sllenco and ing your hand. you are to pro- my reputation to reproach? Your sentenco which (Here he was Interrupted.) may abridge tho period nounce, and I must abldo by. But executioner What, My Lord, shall you tell I have that to say which interests of my existence, but whllo I exist mo on tho passage to tho scaffold my which that tyranny (of which you mo more than life, and which you I shall not forbear to vlndlcato have labored to destroy. I have character and motives from your are only the Intermediary execumuch to say why my reputation aspersions, and as a man, to whom tioner) has erected for my murder, Any on Our Divided Plan. should bo rescued from the load fame Is dearer than life, I will make that I am accountable for all tho and calumny the last use of that llfo in doing blood that has and will be shed in of falso accusation which has been cast upon it. I do justice to that reputation which is this struggle of tho oppressed Way Buy We will You ROYAL, not Imagine that, seated where you to live after me ana wnicn is tno against tho oppressor shall you tell your mind can bo so free from only legacy I can leave to those I mo this and must I be so very a aro, prejudice as to receive the least im- honor and lore, and for whom I am slave as not to repel It? I do not if You pression from what I am going "to proud to perish! Aa men, My Lords, fear to approach tho Omnipotent utter. I have no hopes that I can we must anDeaKon the great day Judge to answer for the conduct of anchor my character in the breast at one common tribunal; and then my whole lire; and am I to he ap$44-$$$4H$4&4of a court constituted and tram it will remain for the Searcher of palled and falsified by a moro remBy you, melled- aa this is. I only wish, and all hearts to show a collectivo uni- nant of mortality hero' f3 tho utmost that I expect, that verse who was engaged In tho most too, although If it wore possible to Your Lordships may suffer It to virtuous actions or swayed by tho collect all tho Innocent blood that country's op- you have shed In your unhallowed float dowf4your memories untainted purest4 motlvesr-m- y l ministry, in ono gr,eat reservoir Your & '"ft by tho foul breath, ot prejudice, pressors or- HiiKiiL swim 1U .11. rn ttleio he"'frasr Interrupted and until it finds soiofmofd hospitable (Hero tho Judge interfcrred.) harbor to shelter it from tho storms told to listen to tho sentenco of the Let no man dare when I am dead , by which it is buffeted- - Was'. 1 law.) My Lords, will a dying man ho to charge mo with dishonor; let only to suffer death, after being "Q adjudged guilty by your tribunal, I denied tho legal piivilego of ex- no iman attaint my memory by be ''1 lieving that engaged should bow In silence and meet tho culpating himself In the eyes of In any cause I could have my if but that of coun fate that awaits mo without a mur- tho community from an undeserved fA Z.:: mur; but the sentenco of tho law reproach, thrown .upon him during try's liberty and independence; or $ have am' that" delivers mya,lodytb tho ex- his trial, by changing litmwithaway that I couldpower, become 'thopHant : minion of in tho oppression , ecutioner wftl, through tho ministry bition and attamntinc to cast X ana misery or my country. The " of tho Jaw, labor In Its own vindi- for a jpaltry consideration.' the lib proclamation of . iwy am ernment wpeaks the Provisional Gov cation to consign .mr character to erties or ills country- for our views; no Or obloquy, for thoro must bo guilt Your Lordships insult me? i'i somewhere, whether in the sentenco rather, why insult Justice In demand- inferenco can he tortured from it to countenance barbarity or dphnqeof tho court or in tho catastrophe ing of mo why sentence of death ment at Vome, or subjection, humili , A manin should aot boispronounced against tlmo must determine. my situation has not only 'to en- - me? I sknow. My Lords, that form ation or treachery fiom abroad. I 4 not havo submitted to a for counter the difficulties of fortune prescribes that you should ask the would oppressdr for tho same reason eign and the force of power bver minds Question. The form also presents that ,r would resist tho foreign and which It has corrupted or subju the right of answering. This no domestic oppressor. In tho dignity frt$$KfriX 4T gated, but. the difficulties of "estab- doubt may ho dispensed with and so of freedom I would 'havo fought Tho man die3, might the whole ceremony of tho upon lished prejudice. tho threshold of my country, as already trial, since ? but his memory lives; that mine pronounced atsentenco should enter only tho Castlo befoie tho and its enemies my may .not perish, that it may live jury lifeless corpse.. Your Lord- - by passing over was Impanelled. in the respect of my countrymen, I Bhlps are but the priests of the And am I, who lived ibut for my eeizq upon this opportunity to vinon the whole country and who have subjected oracle, and dicates myself from somp ot tn0 of the forms. I insist myself to the dangers of the jealous charges' alleged against me. When INCORPORATED. tho t(Here "Mr. .Emmet paused, and and watchful oppressor and glvo my spirit Bhall be wafted to a more bondage of the grave, only to friendly port when my shade shall the Court desired him toproceed.) my country their rights and my I am charged with being an emishave joined the hands of those marcountry her Independence am u tyred heroes who have shed their sary of France! and for what end? bo loaded with calumny and I not .V In the it is alleged that I wished to sell suffered to resent It? No: God forblood on the scaffold and "fc field in tho defense of their coun- tho independence of my country, bid! and for what end? Was this tho try and of virtue, this is my hope Here Laid Norbury told Mr. r wish that my memory and name object of my ambition? And i3 this Emmet that his and tho mode by which a tribunal of languaco dlsjrraced sentiments may animate those who survive me, his family and contradiction? his leconciles whllo I look down with complacency justice education, but moro particularly and on the destruction of that per- No; I am no emissary, place my am- his father, Dr. Emmet, who was a among a fidious Government which upholds bition waa to holdmy country, not man, If alive, that would not coun tho deliverers of its domination by blasphemy of the In power, nor In profit, but In tho tenance such opinions. To which HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY , Home Phone City 430 displays its High which Most Mr. Emmet replied: power over man, as over the beasts glory of tho achievement. Sell my If tho spirits of the Illustrious country's independence to France! ot the forest which sets man upon and for wunt7 Was It a change of dead participate in the concerns and his brother and lifts his hand, in masters? No, but cares of those who were dear to . MV1SIOX my the same of God, against the throat Oh, my country! for It ambition. them In this transitory life, O ever was personal Pint and third Fridays, Hlbwataa of his follow who believes or doubta ambition that could influence me? dear and venerated shade 'of my de0 Home, Portland. a litle more or a little less than Had It been tho soul of my actions parted father, look down and tho 'Government standard a Gov- could I not by my education and scrutiny upon the conduct of your President Tim O'Leary. ernment which is steeled to bar- fortune, by tho rank and considera- euffering son, and see if I have even Vice President Walter Murphy. barity by tho cries of tho orphans tion of my family, have placed my for a moment deviated from those Financial Secretary John and tho tears of tho widows It has self amongst tho proudest of your principles of morality nnd patriotism 1850 Portland avenue. which it made. A. Recording Secretary John oppressors? My country was my Into my was your care to instill youthful mind, and for Martin. (Here Loid Norbury interrupted Idol, Tor it I sacrificed every selfish, Mr. Emmet, saying "that tho mean every endearing sentiment; and for which I am now about to after up Treasurer D. J. Doughorty. Sergeant-at-Arm- s and wicked enthusiasts who felt as It r now offer up myself, O God! my life. My Lords, you are ImMartin Shee-hahe did were not equal to the ac- No, My Lords, I acted as an Irish- patient for the sacrifice. The blood complishment of their wild de- man, determined on delivering my which you seek is not congealed byj Sentinel Thomas Noone. 1481-- A signs.") country from tho yoke of o foreign mu ui uiiui.u lunula which surround 3'our victim it circulates warmly God I appeal to the immaculate and unrelenting tyranny, and tho 7 Ijf swear by the throno of heaven, more galling yoke of a domestic and unruffled through tho channels DIVISION 4. which before which I must shortly appear faction, which is its joint partner poses, God created for noble purj Meets second and fourth Mondays. but which you aro now bent --pby the blood of the murdered pa- and perpetrator In the patricide, Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. from tho ignominy oristing with an to destroy, for purposes so grievous' triots who have gono before me 600 that my conduct has been, through exterior of splendid and a conscious that they cry to heaven. Be yef President John J. Barry. i nave but a few more Vice President Mark J. Ryan. all this peril, and through all my depravity. It was the wish of my pauent! purposes, governed only by tho con- heart to extricate my country from words to my I am going to my, Recording Secretary Lawrence viction which I have uttered, aud this doubly rlvetted despotism I cold Isand silent grave my lamp ofi D. Meany. nearly etlngnlshyd my race life by no other lew than, that ot the wished to, placo her Independence is Financial Secretary Thomas J. WHEN IN NEED OP opens to receive Langan. emancipation of my "country from beyond the Teach"6f any power on me and I sink Into Its bosom; r I wished to oxalt her to superhuman oppression under earth the Treasurer John F. Burke. HARYEY-JELUC- O Sergeant-at-Arm- s which she ha? so long ami too pa- that proud station In the world. havo hut one request to ask at is-my Patrick Con confidently Connection with Franco was indeed departure from this 'wmld, It -. nelly. tiently travailed, and I the charity of Its silence. Let no CALL ON (INCORPORATOR)) ihopo that, wild and chimerical as Intended, hut only as far as mutual man Sentinel N. J. McDermott. my opltaph, for no or require. It may appear, there Is still union Interest would sanction assume any man write knows mv nintlv. asHnrn who Wore the and strength In Ireland to accom- authority French to with Inconsistent the vindicate them, let not prejudice It. Tho present was not tho first PEOPLES plish this noblest of enterprises, Of had Deen tnroat-an- d the or ignorance nsporso them Let them, "mo that revolution Wlien C?thollc DISTRIBUTORS OF THE this I speak with confidence of Inn purest independence It would be Wo mo Test in obscurity nnd neno? tened in Belfast. signal for their destruction. tlmato knowledge, and withy 'the sought their aid and we v sought and "my tomb remain unlnscrlbod emancipation and other great move PROVIDENT consolation that appertains to' that It as wo had assurance we should and my memory In oblivion until ments wero being earned tnrougn Think not, My Lords, confidence. made, it as auxiliaries In war and other itline3 and other men can do 'similar threats were was given and lo I say this for tho petty gratification obtain in peace. Were tho French justice to my character. When mv when ASSOCIATION you a transitory uneasi- allies of giving como as Invaders or enemies, country takes her placer among tho Canada the Orange Society organized S6.65 Incorporated ness. who never yet raised lo A man uninvited by tho wishes of the peo nations pi tho earth, then and not disturbances. No great or good deed his voice to assert a He will not ple, I should oppose them to tho till then, let my opltaph be written. was ever recorded ot tho Orange SoOrganized by well known citizens Place your next order with us. Terma cash. ciety, whieli exists solely on hostility hazard his cnaracier wim posterity utmost of my strength. Yesl my I havo done. to protect worthy borrowers Tho Irish by asserting a falsehood on a to the Catholic faith. countrymen, I should advlso you against exorbitant so Important to his country and to meet them upon the beach with Catholic had never used power to SERVICES FOR PRINTERS. oppress other lellglons, and the on an occasion like this. Yes, My a sword in one hand and a toroh in charges. Lords, a man who doe3 not wish tho other. I would meet them with In sixteen Catholic churches scat fear had been expressed that when Ireland had "been granted liome rule to have his opltaph written until all the destructive fury of war. Among its STOCKHOLDERS a tered throughout various cities in in his" country Is liberated will not would nnlmato my countrymen to tho endeavor to mako their fairthe United States doors are opened ness manifest the Irish might be too are the following: leave a weapon in the power of envy Immolate them in their boats, before Theo. Atorens, W. K. Belknap, the they had contaminated tho soil ot at 2 o'clock every Sunday morning Indulgent to their or a pretence to impeach Attilla Cox, Owen Gathrlght, Matt O'Doherty, V. B. Smith, E. J. probity which he means to preserve, my country. If they succeeded in and service begins a half hour later. brethren. Theso early masses are attended McDermott, Jno. B. Baskln, B. even in the grave to which tyranny landing and If forced to retire superior discipline, r would principally by prlntors and newsHINTS FOR THK HOUSE. Bernbelm, Fred J. Droxler, Caldconsigns him. & A- well Norton, Cbas. E. Reed, Robt. (Hero he was again interrupted dlsputo every Inch of ground, burn paper men. McIIenry, every blade of grass and tho last Patches sewed on the machine F. Vaughan, Jno. J. by tho court.) Alex. G. Barret, R, W. Bingham, WANT BIG ARMY. last longer and make less work. Again I say that what I have ontrenchmonE of liberty should be my grave. What I could not do myA damp eleta (cold water) will James R. Dwtfin, E. L. Powell, spoken Is not intended for Your self, if I should fall, I should leave Iioute &eelbeh, Cbas. C. Stall. Tho British War Office an- clean ordinary yhotecraphs. Lordship, whose situation I 1 pi vWv R. M. RUTHERFORD, Manager Gasoline will restore Ink stain rather than envy my ex- as a last charge to my countrymen nounces that the standing army of pressions were for my countrymen. to accomplish; because I should the future shall be 900,000 men of from fumitnre. MEMBER Never forget the need of salads If there Is a true Irishman present feel conscious that life, any more all arms, or a quartor million than death, is unprofitable when a moro than in National Federation of Remedial let my last words cheer him in tho foreign times. This and fruits all through the cold nation holds my country in does not look as It tho British wero weather. Loan Aseocla tlnsoan hour of hlB affliction. it was Croutons are always good served (Here he was again interrupted. subjection. But succors not as an Inclined to pin their fath to th Loan Associations of Franco with clear soup. Cord Norbury said he did not sit enemy that the I and wero to land. looked indeed for League ot Natons. Celery and ytneapple make a there to hear treason.) IndtMtrial Licensed American of France, hut I be the assistance salad. Tenders Association I have always understood it to 'TEEP O' DAY BOYS." to France and to If an egg is frosea put it into the duty of a Judge when a pris- wished to prove Irishmen deserved the world that moments. That SOOMg SOS, 908 AND Ml oner has beea convicted to Tho Orange Society had no con hot water for a lew indigto be assisted the sentence of the law. I nant at slavery that they were assert nection, as Is popularly supposed, will thaw it out perfectly. COUfiMAX BUILDING and ready to a put iate A lump of have also understood that Judges, the independence and liberty of their with William of Orange, seeing ithat S. E. COR. THIRD AND wssmmmmm iwpjii uninm wiw mini inn mmmmmm getting tometimes think it their duty to country; I wished to procure for he died a hundred years before ot olive oil wIH prevent it JEFFERSON STS. hear with patience and to Bpeak my eoantry the guarantee which Its establishment. It was the out rancid, PHONES Make more use of cheese by prowith humanity; to exhort the vletim Washington procured for lAmerlca come of tho "Peep o Day Boys," a ae) Main Ctty of the laws and to offer, with tender to procure and aid iwhlch by Its ex- society whose chief aim was the viding savory cheese dishes instead Home Phone City 598 Cumb. Main 59 benignity, their opinions of the mo- ample would be as Important as Its wrecking of Catholic hoins in Ire- of too many sweet puddings. washing Ifwashing powders are lised in tives by which he was actuated in valor; disciplined, gsllant, pregaaat land In order to hasten the union of .linen it will go to the crime of which he was adjudged with soieace and sxverlence; that with Greet Britain. The Orange the guilty. That a Judge has thought of a people who would perceive the Society, which was founded in 1781, pieces in no time. A vegetarian dinner served oncoj jdd-age- d or elderly lady, for it is his duty so to have done I good and pollen the r&uh points thoroughly upheld the traditions of w " general houseworK in ramiiy or two o' Day Boye," wHh the a wwc is a rei have bo doubt, but where is the of our character. 'They would come the boasted freedom of your institu- to us am strangers, and leave us result that in one year over 6.000 housewife and cuts down the meat Good home and reasonable wages. Carefully By Hand Lace Asply at 1423 Christy areaue. tions where is the vaunted Impar- m friends, after sharinr in our Catholic families were driven, out bUls. or two rese geranium One tiality, clemency and mildness of peril and .elemUB our destiny. of Ireland, Oraace lodges were es- kettle row eowrta at Jeettee If aa pet- Tvese wean my oejeete; ..et to re Ufeltofce la 9 rmy,.. i ate fee leares jwt la srestnrlag tally. will dishes are generally heliered to He IavaIv fUwr ta ii.i.rlvA w taskmasters, but to expel faftomate vriswMr, whom yevr ceive seasoned unwholesome for people past fifty. soldiers were there ready te saell it was for ttMse it? ad aot jueWee is about to de-- 11 .rlnnrflno In 4n w rfnrlr , nnil rnfrnah- - WOUlll DO tllO SnamO OI BUCn IOUI 21 a nrtvft "v .! . 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It's such an Easy Best Carpet Cleaner for $1.00 per day, r. the Wish. ; 4 - Carpenters' and Machinists' Tools s Automobile Accessories "' JLools iz Cutlery, Aluminum and Granite Ware Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc,, Etc; Mops ., i fB,ri'cklayers, and Concrete. k rl Brushes, Brooms and . Rope, Bolts, Etc r ni cPhbne 'City or Ga Mm- - SD 'Knacaiav It "Mil pay :iW yha to bay at I "HtketoHeick'. s 0$t44$g$Sfrit 1818-182- CITY HILL AND Brod-erlc- LEE E. CRALLE Funeral Director LUMBER CO. PHONES: highland 708 East n. " West Chestnut St. 422 BAXTER AVENUE. run-Sthe-'l- jrave MONEY COAL CO. QXJAIyXODY SERVICE High Grade Eastern Kentucky Lump Coal PER TON. sub-je- st t non-Cathol- ic he-fo- re COMPLIMENTS com-mlsera- to , pre-w- ar dell-clo- us C LEE COOK i pro-noun- ee sfr ert WANTED. Gem Lace Curtain Laundry Curtain Laundered "Pp - tyrt. l.,. ed ia 839 FEHR AVENUE MJr r '" 'V. KBNTXJOKTSLife Insurance JAMES R. DUFFIN, J"1 ,, - HIH $S .AJMCBJIEK5.AI!,. -- - Ififer-Southe- m JCo. CHURCH x- 4' tiSf s w .THw, UNITY Present. . , I 'OJuLv M COMMANDER v.. LOUISVILLE, KY. Managed,', m3bw sAse4,cleam, progressive company, whose treatment of agent,; and peMerfcetiers nd whoso standing and courtesies with all of, ihe Companies, give It a position of the .very aHeritu Life Instu-ascWhy net take an agency for' a conservatively o TWscii.secd by .Archbishop Patrick Hayes, of tho Xcv l'ork K ' Diocese n Hl4lf j. s IFOR L,EN!& J. FULDlStfmlY V ': J' Service, jgji p3m A. - BiliiliiiMd' raalt? - RIVER FISH OYSTERS AND SHH1MP ,iA ALL" KJNT5S Wcplcts tho Usefulness NojfrKnlghts dV Wug of Columbus In ..5W5T I US. - remew.es I r-- 0 CAPITAL, RESERVE AND SURPLUS FOR PROTEC-TIO- sMhrcn riqu& Both Phone 2646 sHm "yi 5 kJ I ' ' - ', B 'Ol S 4&-&- LJb 1 N OF POLICYHOLDERS MORE THAN $4,500,000 Deposit with the State of Kentucky under the Compulsory Deposit Law more than $4,600,000. Excess deposit over all requirements $1,000,000, or 20 per cent, more than the law requires. Tot good, clean agency contracts with renewal commissions, so tnat you may build up a business of your own and have an Independent permanent Income, address the Home Office of the Company. INTER-SOUTHER- N Ifrvoi ' Religious Congress If It v Cleans Quo Faltii ntul One Provided American SoIdleraUVlth All Comforts They Enjoyed nt t' . . ""X jj r Shepherd. Home.' v Predicts Kind Reception For Delegation! of Protestant Clergy '""' in Home. LIFE INSURANCE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Cor. Brook and Market Sts. w Appreciation of What Tkey Havo "!?.. Bono for llovs Over. ' 'Wfc'" Ttt There. Remedies to Your Health VOGT LAX KIDNEY PILLS -, I !- COLD TABLETS - ' ' DKLEGATIO.Y LEFT THURSDAY. ARNOLD'S CHILI PARLOR AND CAFETERIA ;i MXKRf 4 fdr'St; V" "POOn-ssSOLDAIE- r . ; ' " X HAPPY. , PENETRATING OIL v "fc PLEASANT WORM SYRUP FEMALE TONIC TABLETS BLOOD AND LIVER PILLS t Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes',-fcSeventh and Oat Stp. No better evidence of tho great V. P. IN RED ON KAC1I PACKAGE presses sjinpathy with tho Idea for usefulness of war scryica organizaa congress of churches .4 Any plan Complete Line of Soft Drinks tions in ''general, and that of tho VOGT'S PHARMACY, 2 Lbs. For 90c v,! L. H. RICHIE, MANAGER sought unity p't'falth appealed Knight? of .Columbus in particular, and Eats. m xvowh roa its ovr which ho. said, prdvldlrig It did not a cerrxx to him, than 13 contained in an extract from Ladies Cordially Invited. SKVENTEENTH AND BANK QTAXXTT. conflict with the tenets of his a letter written by a company Borne City 154 Co n'li, Wl 0254 church. In discussing, tho motive of CHILI SOLD IN CARTONS tho A. E, Ffto bis wlfo 3MC deputation of ' Protestant tho back homo in America could bo furOpen From O a. ra. to Midnight. nished. on" Yr., churches Importer and Roaster of nigh Grade Coffee, Sold Thursday which left for Jiiuropo to formulate ft congress Shamrock ;Souvpnirs given to ladies Tho Iellvi Vvasi sent back to Direct to Coaeumer. Pnanco by tho lady to a mutual of churches, Archbishop Hayes said: on" St. Patrick's day; aia w. xajucst as. 8 friend of herself and the Captain. $ "If tho congress means. a unity of We Return this advertisement with remittance and faith, with one shepherd and one For obvious reasons tho name of the K. I. A. will ship Coffee by Parcel Post, all charges prepaid. fold, I am for It. Tho idea Is at pfllcer is wlthhold&but the absolute v One Uour nt Boav1iit, The Easy PInif autnenucny oi tneieuer is proven tractive, If it doe3 not, interfere with my religion and its express Editor, To Mnko tho World, A Healthy Man scores of his by a copy which found its way Into tenote. ' I am quito certain the- depu- readers has made per cent, to 500 tho headquarters of 'tho Knights of & from 50 tation will bo 'received .kindly at tho per cent, on investments, who have Columbus. Tho last few paragraphs Vatican. Popo Leo XIII. ordered followed his "tips" on what to buy of tho letter are,, quoted as a single 5 prayers for example of tho ' efficient service of '4 unity, Popo Pius X. uuu IY41CU IU .1 int. received a mission with such an stocks, during OUll. 1U Oil itUU 1U1U1UK I it.. 1 object in view and I believe Popo "Whrt'n wiin" past 'year. Ho knows give the men a stric'tly ""cSSdiitW Patn.1 V iieneolct XV. has likewise been open INCORPORATED Am??1 on the matter. City QIC Guthrie St. especially when it is "If this Is a movement toward a at ' Main 010 ,a - ,.firv nn. v,nn OlD Speeding. unity, In which) I beliovo. of course. Journal $2. .w '" ..rf v subscription a beautiful man of " I favor it. A federation of churchca nAtlzine. nor yet as fining as it 14 Billiard and Pocket Billiard Tables. NAME, WHERE FROM. PER TON. Kentucky oil fields an artist's idea is a subject, however, I desperate $ of an airplane view of tho State, might bo. I became rather "Taylor" . . . Western Ky. as would first like to $5.90.. thinking about 'that first night until to foundation and plans before def worm ?5; 14x22 inches.) . . .Black Beauty "Harlan" 6.75.. copy 16 pages, tor tree sample initely committing myself." 6 ICtiights of Columbus might help mo 2 According to Bishop Charles P. Illustrated, . . Straight Creek "Pioneer" 7.10.. out. And Buro enougn: i uublicu ; Anderson, of Chicago, Chairman of building, Louisville, Ky. around there and got enough choc. . . Wilton Mines "Jellico' 7.10. . tho delegation, humanity Is looking olate bars to go around, and in adfor unity now la every direction. So that dition thereto cigarettes. PERFECT FITTING For that reason ho figures 'there is a nitrtit thev had a sandwich, a DOMESTIC STEAM splendid chance of success sooner or SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES chocoiato bar and a pack of cigar- - Where tho homo iS later for tho proposed Conference of y. Whcro work Is qaickly ettes. JT brightest ; Christian Churches. He said: "But tho second night I was condone; "Tho conference is not planned MS. I. SfiABY, Silts Attot JAS. J. McTlCHE. Sales Atent fronted with) tho same problem (I Where tho work R. A. WATSON, Miiupr Whero cooking seems with the idea of committing any know I am going to be from this lightest; church or belief. It is to plan adreal fan? time one). I solved it this tlmo by Whero tho vise and fashion unity among all meal going over to another hut and buyWhero baking gives deChristian churches. Even if we shall cooked best; for ing enough Hershey bars forty-fou- that light; have succeeded in starting tho conr They cost mo Whcro tho rango stands occasion. Where drudge Is Tmt- of gress wo will have accomnliahed tho test francs, but T can't afford to bo putMADK IN LOUISVILLE. sight something. Evoryono today is crav IV ting out money like that eevry day That's whcro tho ing for unity. Labor and capital Tiiat's where the so. And I can't ask tte K. of or "Quick Meal" comes get on an equal footaro trying to "Quick Meal" come C. to practically furnish my company Oculists' Prescriptions. in. ing. President Wilson and other big in. day. men are attempting to unify nations. SOUTHERN OPTICAL COMPANY one meal a tho Mess Sergeant sup"Tonight Qa!k Meal Sold. Ia.tnlled Bd nihly KeooraraeBdcJ Tho more thought of such a proposiplied a Jam sandwich in addition to XXCOXrOKATBD tion would have been laughed at a was a bit. of that of bacon and it course, wo are x tc short time ago. Tho basic principle Fourth and Chestnut. a change anyhow. Of 215 of our conference Is In getting our rations all right, but It TRY IT. Christ. Any church with; a' beliefproBUY IT. W. MARKET ST. such a Is adaptable readisn't a ration that HEAVEX. ; fession is welcome.;; SMILES. ily and conveniently to sandwich' ' We aro first going to Athens, and making. Heaven overarches earth and sea. then probably to tho MAGIC-KELLE- R 1 Constantinople,countries. We expect "But I haven't told you all about and Scandinavian thr Knlehts of Columbus yet. Yes you and me: to bo gon about three months. Our Heaven overarches INCORPORATED terday l"bvent back again at tho ), Ilt.'.-iii.1 itinerary Is necessarilj somowhat un A littlo. while" and wo 'shalLbe .UHAr.4' If You Want th Best We Have It. Cod-w- here V"- '-. n1l.llntlnn ft ths certain now. The first nfovfforthtj Please ihersmooro . j , . ... .. sea nn thin nnnn ,is uuiuu in i;uu in J1U- vuiisiL-..mv aeanuKS ueiurts u". " Nor barren wilderness". cinnati. It was progressing when slnn I went 'loaded' so to spcaic. '' the war intervened. We believe tho IWCOIt?OnATED That Is to say, Instead of golnf? In M EXPERT- -' Congress will make possible, from Heaven overarches, you and me, ''' When you master these wonderful systems. They meet a religious standpoint, contact withBROOK AND A STS. And all earth's gardens and her touring car and drovo up to the B Acconntlnl modern conditions and Government requirement. They out friction, conference without con doo- - of the Kniguts or uoiumDus savo tho student 20 per cent. In time and money orer the troversy. Such a conference would Look-u- b",,Y5- me until tre. sea U with When I drovo away I or Graham Shorthand. be constructive, a step toward or- The day break and 'the' ' shadows Uvafehodse, old bookkeeping methods or Pitman jja(1 a ca.0 0f coffee, which entirely Taught exclusively at v ganic unity Tho idea has gained a IV filled the roar seat, two cases of con- strong milk, one caso of Bryant Strattoa Business College, - me foothold, particularly among What though , ton.Ight wrecks yojif iensedcigarettes, writing toilet soap, ESTABLISHED 1008 ' g me, i and' cnurches. Wo paper and nore "lHCorporated' '' ' Lorifevlll; Ky.-'- Ivopo to touch all European ChrisIf so tomorrow saves. Third and TValaut envelopes. Tho only reason I didn't ' j tendom." . ,. Christina Rossetti. Xew Olaasea Start Monday Bay and aright iakft a sunnlv of towels was that my Bishop Anderson verified tho 'ret 1. .:. O JcOnsCIenro was beginnihg' to trouble r port that he and his confreres would .iWfel AliUlO THFATER. mo Just a bit and I backed 0:1 witn D. X. JACOB. itfM? CAMPBELL. go to Rome. In answer to a quesexcuse, tnat 1 oiuni Know jusi tion whether" lie expected jUie Catb .I The AJarab; Theater is 1 jvipfdly tho would require. I'll get e ollc Church would Join tho confer- earning tho title as one or tno cus- - howmany. I. time. Gee! I almost Gat-agthem the next ence plan, tho Bishop said: uncuve picture nouseis or tne boutn, forgot tho six cans of Steero bouillon "Three years ago Cardinal tho greatest film productions being Cubes, 631 West Main Street wrote a letter about this plan presente4 there and the patrons 'of LOUISVILXE, KY. "Attpnde! If at'ahyfimo in tho I i Splendidly equipped repair shop and employes which was very encouraging Wo this show house see tho best in future you feel come over you an ir- familiar with all sorts of starting devices and have reason to believe there will movio piciuro lanu, coupiea wiin me resistible desire to contribute some-mowamiKxamaswwG " be a thorough study of tho matter work- on tyour Sol- generators. . If in heed of first-cla'ZsasaMS famous stars. Managor Fred Mnir toward mnklnc a ft at the Vatican. Of course, the war J. Dollo Is thoroughly experienced flaf happv, ajust dropthe 'Poor the it Into cars, by skilled electricians and mechanics, your t stopped' negotiations at that time. in his business and gives-th- o. public JOilghtsof Columbus lint In appre-th- o orjler will hepromptly attended to by calling There has been nd; correspondence fines film productlonslto be had. elation of whar thef have done for v since." E$rerv.vstar bf note inavlb&seen here v.. utwtAv e. - . it 4ni famniin imnAiwtAtiottniritf nnnd." tttAn .' GOV. SMITH TO 'REVIEW. isvnevcra performance "wlOiout some! aiisSoi' JninBONS. Ann Pdiiratlnnnl fAAtnrft imnn tho """" of The Committee of Arrangements programmer's well. Tlie Alamo Is Cumb. Main 507 fPrt mnflvAllHAn irtf 41ia T7,lfnf City 5380 Home Phone for thevSt. Patrick's Day'narde anrjexaulsitely '.furnished andwdecoratedTteirBdmundf FtGIbbons, Bishop- y Cvmb. S. 153-1 yuuou jjutcii-iuueen leniaiiveiy jeiect or ."" ?w,u the! Smith bas accepted T r,invitation cpurtefeyianattentlon 'to thevAvantsf,Bervf0.H JUDany, lias Tuosday, March 25. Msgr. to review the parade, andthat Jpvit of its trons.r Visitors will And bohn Mano." Apostolic Delegate to 418 East Market Street., Louisville, Kentucky $ tatlons will be extended tp Arch- -. this "the mostdellghtfulplaco in'tho United States", will probably bo ulsliop Hayes and JIayor Hylan. The town for amusement, the programme the consecrator. gaarosCTiaaasz The consecration committee has also received a re- -, constantly changing and somo new wjj1 take place in port that tho 69th Regiment will bo and popular attraction offered dally. Cathedral at Buffalo. St. Joseph's in iiuv. mo Miiy, me ixuvj, uimnoo mucn creoit can not no given tho Marines will also be represented Manager Dollo for tho manner in GRAND OltOSS. In tho llnQ Ot lliarehl as SecreJarv.whloli Jia .vnirlnMa thla 'anirinrllil v. Baker and Secretary Daniels havo pJace of amusement, lie Iss always rsUpremo Knight-Jame- s H.OTJISVTX.LE' Flaherty, suggested . that the committee make caterine to the taste of the nuhlic . ' r SVUW. VM0, wno i. . . l.MU ...u llhUlO V.t i .r! requests io commanaere or posts no" effort Is spared, to r that, Ne to Yoo ai the Neafert Plxat, JOHN B. RATTERMAN about New York; that leave be grant-Uh- o and enviable reputation the sustain last .week notified by telegram great Alamo of tbo ed to nil men who wish to take part uiw uiiuineu ior prouucing mo new- - Work performed by tho Knights, of In the parade. est, finest and most artistic films Columbus, tho Republic of France FUNERAL FLOWERS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Tho coramltfeo does not believe released by tho big fr bring picture iias conferi'od .upon him, as tho that this year there will bo any corporations of this country. head of tho order, tho Grand Cross opposition by large employers to ' A SPECIAL SPKAY $3.00 ' KBnh, their men taking part, in tho parade. be aPa-ami A SPKCIAI. WREATn $5.00 2114 WEST MARKET STREET Many heads of department stores. Inrppfntnrl hV avav mpntbnr cf tho grocery stores, railroads, and other It was in the days of Daniel order, whom tho French Government Phonee Shawnee 1243. Cumberland certain English In thus honor-th- e mT sought, to West' 1 107a. willingness to member of Parliament 'presented a has Its s'unremehonor committeehJ'Ti.ilrf head have employes In tho naradc. The bill providing for a change in tho inr committee Is anxious now to get. tho "Christinas.! WIIJj HAVE FINE HOME. ' list of all organizations which will Eaglaifd far centuries the word' ' rearm wc i IOzS .' Thermold PL CI $ 3.69 at eU raraatM participate. Tlwrmold Ws. CL mass was held in abomination by (.IS jtoek, wtta sam aaa ant awsbw Tho now building of the Knights SSzS rial 10x3 Thermold Pi. CI. 10.96 bigots. IPxotestant conscientious Thermold PI. " to w TICKING A HUSBAND. This mart propose that Christmas, Lexington,: will bo formally opened l2iSt TheraoM Nb. 8i. ........ m.js 12x3). 11.11 8s. Brerywhew DR. JOHN P. BECKER We telegraph Flowr be altered to Christ-tidso that on Easter Monday night, April 20, Main Office "My ideal husband," said the girl the objectlonablo portion "mas" PHOJIBa Louisville Tire and Rubber Co, City 7801 with a, reception to members Ttetall Branch who had been reading cheap nov- should no longer offend? British oars. their friends, (a the remodeled and Incorporated OPTOMETRIST, and 453 M. TXXRS ST. Main 103 els, "must bo a strong, silent man, Tho name of the zealous member, handsomely furnished hall on the C-O-- A-L full wno naci SPECIALIST IN FITTING GLASSES heat of grit and able to hear the bill, was never oerore introduced a fourth floor of tho building. Im- Mr jtve eja t aMM tka irW and burden of the day withThomas provements throughout tho new out flinching one who will not tifN tkni Ut. When tho bill came up for consid quarters aro going on rapidly and Twenty Years' Eiperieuce-Pric- es hear a word, said about mo, and eration O Connell submitted an when completed the K. of C. Homo, ST. Reasonable, Lump C QA St. XAVIER'S COLLEGE who .will not utter, an unkind word, amendment to the Effect 'that;-- since win me tno near, appointed; ana most I himself." the word Chriani3 wm, to be commodious club rooms in the 1U ft. BrMUIwar. SatavtUa, Xy. s :it.S.SIS Starlcs BaiUiR. Third Fler Funeral Directors changed to Christ-tid"What you want is a it would only region. Feartk aad Walaat. Conduotaa by th Xavertaa Brother W ar bow prepared to deliver coal be right, just and proper to make Claseloal, dumb ScUatlfl aad BuelaeM murmured her Phone City 11 80. prei&ptly to all parte of city. and Embalmers. . , Couraee. rreDamtonr Department, Lrtr a similar and corresponding change rnenrt. nuirr BY MAIDS. Bwlmaainf Pool, well Hqulpped Oynu-lum-. in the name of the man who was the TiruM moderate. ST. BERNARD MINING CO. nxilhur, ot tho bill. r. geajeaun, "This," said FIRST NUNS. Kie following Incident is told ot O'Coai, "will enable ue in future the late Archbisfc,Crrig:an. It 682. (ImmMM) Both TMevlKKBa 1MM. ." ! M(d (that someone m The first body of nuns to stah- - to cair'ur friend presence TX9LXJSJ$: llahl tkMaaelfM ntAM,t. e of the Oathedra.1 AakMa Pat. ibe 0 The vproar of lavamrr' aid ('ep--; who, tmder Mke Ar1or-sld- p "flM.CMthMlMi offitfco rich tr' plauM which followed the Irish Catlwllcn of New Twk." The Archof Madam dt .Feltri, member's cuKawtlon overwhelmed tablhdoftbta HotePXH as Quebec Mr. KasMTiIaasey wKhr coafuatoa bishop ' promptly "Nol in Mar yaar lifo. It ia the Cathedral of th Irish hU, Mil m dad thai it wrwt ' uirla of Mew Yoj- -it and killed Dr. Uriah Z. LKsiy is 4S6 W. MARKET wu mw sr)ouly QOm FARsBAfefr. ta after. tMr whe. boUt, it." , $ GhlraaaVIIat L.OUISVILLTC. KY. IhH. K WOMBK WA1W. t I t The titaUr ehtfwiJi i dr Cardiaal A. 90mvtM 11m of Lome, Primate ot All Ireland, In Stark VMC WW IMWftjrtl BMI 10fWMK Horn; to that of "Oojr X4r of Woman art amnio ffrma Xeeordi ahow that mere women BlMei os tha Jfraeah ijhttmX lira to ha emteiMriaaa thtm x 1- Mulloy's New Blend Coffee -2' ask rour Neighbors They Have Tried iEm i V txat ran JOHN MXJIJLVOY iuTnui,!n. - OLD MAN HARRIS JpoHflta THE PROFESSIONAL ME& Billiard and Pocket Billiards Market near Fourth Street 12 Bowling Alleys ! -- - BYRNE & SPEED COAL CO. 0C a ?rw.fhilwl : Inter-Southern "sTve 12PJ&? -,- - .- .., ".t, Haager Establishment I -- -- h a KK-.)KW,- 411-41- COAL y rfyVy-y3yV- OD ss Where the Quick Meal Comes In -- I El M K. SOAP cytd HMflf i - prtnn G. ... GEHER & SON, OUR LUMBER . SOAP WORKS irkirk1rkkkAAkiicAirkAAkAkickiitt Business Success Is Yours BY v Earth-sadne- IS GOOD LUMBER & .. - W. ,d 3BJREJ , G. JONEJS OO. - li -- "If It's in Demand We Have lingusn-spcaKin- -- ; : , . ' ...; -- l(t j BLUM BROS. & WILDER IMPORTERS JOBBERS West Main Street i Gas-par- rl - ; t ss - 1 1 f j st f , Phone Gity 5980. 120 West Main St. p m I WW. P..'BANN0N Contracting Plasterer v;"!'" - i PURE CANDIES K RALPH WOLF & SONS Manufacturers and Jobbers KENTUCKY , trii,o n,jua i FROM A. i - . OWW JyErt, Ws, $&, ichr-win- h FRIEND .ttjatt. H. fr M V w FIRST GUARANTEED STOCK. - ,' - e, " -- Massey-Masso- y. ierBard B0SSES0N , - . Blue-gras- deaf-am- l- e, coal-beave- rkM FRED ERHART ARCHITECT CJjtn 1 Urs-uttn- ve Tho-Hd- Tldey-Tidey- " ,r '., 1 e. rorte: rfrr4 Norton building I tli u MPt CORNS,BUNIONS mM S7 . OJo SASVVrVC :, h ' ' JMkJcPJuC J7lC jKk at XJH.XfllJuL dJMEJBPJMEjLCnLjVK , .''. M - hpnABrn ;3n H H m. U H fc. jV . ''Vfc. MT fv. f ;, J 4 Bacon a son INCORPORATED wt8ta rW2. .i-j-- mm' 0Oa52K' v AJ - f ta miMMl naaaunvn? r r mSr2 r J . m a' C&7MI , Mpfnin "fk - jj$&hj&,. rr J - ,, EftflEM WC08PDRAIO 1 J W Oive and Redeem iurety Coupons. W.M. MAV.M.EK. LOOR COVERING! t Armin.stei' 2I2-2- M FOURTH AVENUE. AflMT "K" KSfSiiusj AZV PrJ J. tA.HK, I no. o patterns 4n soft, rich colorings; terns in soft, rlcu colors; sizo 9x12 feet; an excellent value size 12x11 feet and worth at $35.00 165.00; special at $35.00 nulnfetei- ltuj;s; a seamless rug, Flbro Hugs; size 9x10 feet; in eiz 9x12 feet; shown. In shown in a variety of good spring patterns; specially priced colors; special at $7.00 - Hups; beautiful Axminstov Hugs; very handsonio I ' IWi 'W f Mi SMART WRAPS Comprehensive Assortments iftite4aatf8WWiM Service and Dress Shoes For Active Boys Where is thelad who will take, care of" the jshoes he does not like?, . The popularity of our boys shoes with both 'Son" makes "Boston Shoes" the choice of live young Americans. and-parent- Grass Hugs; sJzo 9x12 feet and Brussels ltugs; a now shown in green, bluo and spring line in seamless rugs brown, with attractive Chinese shown in floral and Oriental patterns; regularly worth patterns; size 9x12 feet; ?20.00; special at ....$14.50 special price ...... $30.00 Dtinoleum; a new printed fabric Tapestry Brussels Hugs; a seam-Icthat wears much better than rug 4n size 12x1 1J4 feet; printed linoleum; worth regushown in an endless variety of larly 80c; specially priced, at, jiatterns; special at . . . .35.00 per square yard 03c 'JRapestry es a Mlf dm "Ji: tpoO ft h?W 'i, ?ji, I ... m "vJnf" , f IilusirMing If Sure 'tis Saint Patrick's Day on Monday, and the "birds do be twittering, and it's meself that feels a fine warmth in,kthe sun and a sweetness in the air." .V rr jsviman o r cvora n-- r. -- 7 i $95.00 s It's High Time For !?? .! . CAPES The supremacy graces, niceties of these wraps. The emphasized in ments, embroidery evidence. DOLMANS captivating lines sfr COATS Springs Clothes! i of fine workmanshi'p with all its attendant detail mid elegancies are characteristic of many-variation- of the new silhouette are Skein silk and fringe treatand other effective garnishments are in $2.50 to $6.00 Be sure "That Boy" gets his next pair of Shoes from XHE SOUTH'S GREATEST SHOE STORE. m&faS&i&fi ttMl 7CURT8 AVXMUS Day here and Easter just around the corner, who wouldn't be by way of thinkm' of clothes and other things! And where could ye find such clothes as j those made by Sure, with St. Patrick R WRITING For commercial - TMA MWMyMwWyaJ"yT"wl"WBg THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER And I'm thinkin' too, where will ye find a store hereabouts with a policy fairer than Crutcher &. Starks' who say as plain as plain can be right at ve and, all the time lookin' ye e clotnes are not marked square in the up high enough in eai?ly season to permit of y cut price sale" manipulations later in the season-'Stiat a profit .. eye-Her- t use and cor res ness. pondence. Envelopes. WRAPPING Practical for ail kinds of liusi- - ROOFING Sheathing Plastering Building Carpet Fels, etc. , ; T PAPER BAGS If interested in PAPERS in any way, of any kind, in any quamtity, for bLKVIUL OK CtLEKlTY ASK US. Xt , and has enabled him to relievo suffering and effect a world of good by Aacmc the. .cliysiciana of Louis-vill- his skill, care and benevolent Tho have won name and (fame spirit. hy their ability and worth Js Dr. Christopher Schott, whose office is S. E. M2D3LVN & SON. located at Twenty-firand Walnut Forty-fou- r streets, whore he has been for a yeare at the same lonumber of years, Tho career of Dr. cation and despite' the hard times Sobott is an object lesson to all the firm of S. 13. Lodman & Son, young men. Ho .began his way in jewelers, of 410 West Markot, are the "world as 'errand hoy in a drug glad to Toport a most wonderful and store, but found time to study phar- ever increasing, business In their macy and secure a position as clerjt. line. At the death of S. E. Ledman, Later on ho took up the study of the founder of this great establishmedicine, applying himself to Ms ment, the son, who had been ably books at night, and with such as- trained by the father, has taken up siduity that he secured his diploma the reins and Is guiding the destiny sad Instantly began the practice of of one of the best known Jewelry hlsunrofesston. By faithful services houses south ;of the Ohio river, A to tho sick and afflicted, efficiency word to the la sufficient. and skill, ho rapidly built up a largo Ledmaa way wise bast way: The la tho and lucrative practice and endeared himself to Ms patients by his kindly SINN PEINERS FJIEE. and sympathetic! manner In tho sick room. When the great worid war Sinn Felners who have been inInvolved this country Dr. Schott terned in England have beea reto Chicago and took a course leased In batches, a score returnIn ?ition, then fforod his servicer Dublin to the Government free of charge, ing to recently on Sunday, Amongy released from but was .beyond tho age. Ho then those prison, London, was Countess rKuraod to Louisville1 where 'he was Georgina Markevicz, who la likely meat generous in Tils contributions to meeting of io the cause of liberty, giving freely of attend the on Monday the House Commons aid claim ?4Ml asked land left nothing undone to Mborw- hla fine patriotic ' spirit the Mat for SK. Patrick's division Ha to now engaged in the active of Dublin to which site was elected nral eioo. It pnMTtkse of M wrfwwion and ;at the recent is pointed out that tM sta&da Mh with, hto follow H baa oftn been urged her eligibility to the ieatwill arte, to atawj political preferment but at1$ hvwtead !k a ToMmk Coast Who aerer Mfctmllwd, She praim to gtve all hlajttm and to all cboaaa oaUlna- wihieh tfarerer to Mid to be lgUy a Mr mad him m warn friead b st well known physician. Louisville Paper Co. Thirteenth and Maple Streets )ITEnTV XOW CATXAIX, ceived 4444frfrfr - BOTH PHONES Or. "WilHiim ll The Store Of h Standardized Wakes vt Holo-wa,- - (rutcher Starks M phy-fSekM- utl FO0RTH MF JEFFERSON , to ay - rv' " Granvile RBurton Sons Lieut. William Brown Dohortr, who been opthalmlc jurgedn in American Red Cross Hospital No. 2, Paris, France, known as Blake's Hospital, informing him that hU eon was promoted to a Captaincy. As promotions in the Medical Corp3 of tho army "over there" aro exceedingly rare, Capt. Dohorty's appointment, In view of the fact that ho Is only twenty-seve- n ycaTS of age, bears the stamp of unusual I1KCOMK COAST GUAKW5. merit. In one of his letters before Twenty Louisville men have 'been the armistice was signed ho wroto: "My eyes aro filled with tears sent to New York liarbor by Capt. and my heart, I am sorry to say, wiuiam k. I'reston, of the UnltMl With rage as I look upon thoso States Coast Guard. Thoso enlisted brave men lying on tows of litters during the campaign for wrulls' foT awaiting their turn to be takon to sea duty on board coast guard cutthe- - operating rooms. Tho big mag- ters aro Frank Ilagglo, Joseph Ital-dnet is going day and night extractFred Osburue, Joseph C Bell, ing pieces of shell and shrapnel Math las Jncheia, William' Tkomw,' I am John Browa, Klchwxl Cftrtor", Wil from way of their bodies. Kwam4 with work, but I am hap- l!m Flnertr. William Grojran. John py ttobNT the work, I ilka ,o will, OilirM, Stanley Sharks, ( am wU.Dr. Moore a irreat deal. Lannan. Morgan Garry. Hoj Jaa-aasufc, U oa of tb Ktlwara enjIlaufM, of Fmuue aw hU ylMtie 9tk?vry U Walker. Jtafcert Yx?r, rraiwU a Vayr, mrvlotts." baa y, H-- e B. Doherty has- re a 'cablegram from. his. eon, Dr. Boherty also received a let- ter irom Liout. ol. Allen Greenwood, of the Medical Corps, in which he speaks in high praise of tho young American and saya: "You certainly have every reason ' to be proud of tho splendid rocord ' your son has made In this hospital. He has shown unusual mature judgment and his operations hpve been performed with evidences of unusual skill. I take oxtremo' pleasure in sending you this appreciation, of all your boy has done in his i : greatee Qr ,1W Ji& r JU a.