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Kentucky Irish American: September 18, 1915 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 kec1915091801_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: September 18, 1915 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I BICYCLES "Evcrj' Mako" CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCOHPORATED. 000 S. Fourth St. Kentucky Irish American NO. 12. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPEMTBER 18, 1915. INDIAN MOTORCYCLES JLister of Them All CENTURY CYCLE CO. INCORPOKATBD. 000 S. Fourth St. VOLUME XXXV. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Cervera that had been bottled up Secretary William T. Meehan, SILVER JUBILEE. thereJpior- - several months. The Louisville. United States owned no submarines Treasurer H H. Veeneman, Sr., twenty-fift- h The anniversary ofi at this time, and a lack of confidence Louisville. tho foundation of the Catholic1 In their abilities as fighting maSupreme Delegates Peter Knights and Ladles of America will chines caused the Government to igJames lA. Avordlck, bo observed with Imposing and Innore Mr, Holland's proposition. Covington; iM. T. Shine, Eugeno Mc- teresting ceremonies, both religious To John P. Holland, Irish InvenIn 1900 the United States Govern- Missionary Built First Catholic Knights State Council to Hold Carthy, Alternates. and cvlc.on October 10. Arrange- Open State Campaign With Barment purchased Its first submarine, The council decided to hold Its ments are now being made for tho Church on tho Iludson Next Convention in tor of Fninous Submarine becue and Speaking at the Holland No. 9, of its inventor next meeting In Covington. The event, and various committees have Bank. Boat. for ? 150,000. For thirteen years It representatives to the Supremo been appointed, therf principal ond Glasgow. was a part of the United States Council were directed to ask that being tho Silver" Jubilee Celebration Navy, and during practically all its body to send an organizer Into Ken- - Committee as follows: Charles life it was ...,.. ,tucky as there is a fine field in A. Edelon, President; A. Dr. Hucken-bacre, , 10 t, IH. ....,, w .v,..j the used witha the Government students T,wiw. Di.iii.. nTriiiv vn.m.iMc "Was Formerly a Teacher in as training ship for ouiiremu Vfuuiidi .miKuu sQiiuj which, to work, The delegates who Vice President; tho Rev. Louisville Herald Slyly Deserts studying submarine methods of warlive outside of Louisville departed Charles P. Raffo, Treasurer; Our Lady of liorctto at An Organizer Into Kcn-- . North Monastery At Cork, L. J. the State Bull Moose fare and the "operations of attack for their homes well pleased with Mackey, Secretary. Other commitCold Spring. Ireland. tucky and defense Experts of today insist thir visit. Some remained over tees aro Entertainment, RefreshTicket. until today to attend the State Fair. ment, Ceremonies, Membership and that the life of the modern submarine in times of peace Is less than The Catholic Knights of America Boosters. m was first organized in four years. is to The Catholic Knights and Ladles Days of Out- in connectionItwithinteresting the note He Was a Scion of Oncvof",tlio gr'dcrIs Flourishing In State January, 1878. iDurlngLouisville in Died Within Five this that these thirty-seve- n of America life has branches in Quietus Put On tho Unnecessary years the order has per- nearly all of now States of the Union. of the navy's first submarine was European Oldest Families 'But a Great Field to break of Present tho more than seventeen years. The formed a vast amount of good for its It was first organized In St. Charles ' Ireland. "Work In AVar. members and for (the uplift of the Borromeo parish at tho Instance of; United States Government did not son Controversy. part with tho Holland No. 9 until a whole community. As to the na- tho (Rev. Charles P. Raffo, rector oil tional organization fortitudo has that church, who after tho memorfew weeks ago, when it was sold to marked its career. The national a Philadelphia firm for $1,007. It cyclone of March 27, 1890, saw DEDICATED BY BISHOP DUBOIS STATE OFFICERS WERE ELECTED body as well as the local and State able INVENTION AN EPOCH MAKER Is how a part of a Junk heap In the tho need of a benevolent and fra LOCAL PROSPECTIVE CANDIDATE organlzatlbns have gono through ternal society which would admit Quaker City. I many vicissitudes. An organization women as well as men. that has paid out $18,000,000 for PATRICK J. WELSH. The organization since its foundag Catholic tourist The The Kentucky State Council Cath- benevolence ought to stand for all tion has disbursed nearly $2,250,000 A little moro than a half century The formal opening of tne Stato Organized at Nashville, Tenn., in relief to widows and orphans and The sudden death of Patrick J. or the transient traveler on one of olic Knights of America closed Its time. ago naval warfare was revolutionWelsh, the well known local Hiber- our- palatial river steamers plying seventeenth session at tho April 2, 1877, Its history Is a very is still doing good work. Tho Rev. Democratic campaign will take place by the results of the memorized Interesting one, replete lessons able duel between the world's first nian leader, last Tuesday came as a the waters of tho American Rhine TyleV iHotel In this city on Wednes- for tho ifuture guldenco wth its offi- Charles P. Raffo Is Supremo Spir- at Glasgow next Monday and an of y great shock to his many friends and day evening. The session was one itual Director and iDr. Charles A. barbecue will bo ironclads, the Monitor and the feeling of pride the of the most Interesting and profita- cers and members. Edelen, of Louisville, Is Supreme tho principal feature of the day in For moro than fifty years acquaintances, his death resulting will note with a Its object Is to unite fraternally Medical Director. All of tho officers addition to the expounding of tho a stroke of apoplexy, and after series of Catholic churches, convents ble meetings of the order ever held the fighting strength of a nation's from In the an illness of only one week. The and institutions that mark the land- and will no doubt result in great all acceptable Catholic men and and trustees who make up tho Su- princples of Democracy. Tho prinnavy has been estimated women of every honorable profespower of its units as represented by deceased had long been identified scape, one after another, all along good. The delegates from the first sion, business or occupation; to give preme Council aro expected in Louis- cipal speakers will be A. O. Stanley ville on the occasion of the celebra- and Judge J. D. Black, tho nominees protected cruisers and heavily with the A. O. H., serving as Presi- both banks of the stream sailed 'for to tho last devoted their time its strictly to business, ..though some " possible moral ana material am Hitherto dent of Division 3 for one year nnd the for Governor and Lieutenant Govarmored dreadnoughts. by the Catholic Gio- little time was devoted to pleasure, to members by encouraging each tion of the silver jubilee. first time That the organization has not ernor, whllo Ollle James, Gov. Mc. regarded as most formidable, these two years each as County President and State vanni da Verrazano. From the timo Had the delegates 'Jfrom up the .other in obtaining employment; to abated its activities locally is ev Creary and others will deliver adheavily armored and protected fight- of Jefferson county fund from which maintain a ing units of .the seas, the world's President of Kentucky. He also he leaves behind the majestic pile of State accepted all of tho social in- - a reasonablebenefitshall be paid after idenced by the fact that 500 will bo dresses during the day. Special exsum Initiated on the occasion of the cele- cursion trains will bo run from all products of the last fifty years, have represented the order as delegate St. Michael's monastery capping the vltatlons extended to them by the me aeaui oi eacii iiitsuiuur. bration of the silver, jubilee. The parts of tho Stato and ono of tho palisades, the Roman Catholic Or- momhers of tlm twelvft conne Is In been rejegated during the last few The helrarchy and the clergy celebration will begin with a solemn largest political gatherings ever held phan Aslyums towering over Kings- - Louisville they would be In session appreciate tho excellent work done months to a position of less Imporhigh mass at St. Charles Borromeo is the pedictlon being made by party bridge, the historic Mount St. Vin- yet. tance by naval experts. Recent for charity and religion, and hun- church at 7:30 o'clock, October 10. leaders in touch with tho arrangecent's with Its Forest Castle nestling events go far to prove that the inBishops aro In dreds of priests and the afternoon the initiation of tho ments at Glasgow. All of other in the foliage, and the noble institu vention of the first submarine by ' enrolled among Its membership. large class mentioned will take place Stato nominees are expected tho bo on f.,SU'" to tion of Mercy crowning Tower Hill John P. Holland in 1898 will be the Popes, Cardinals, Archbishops and and In the evening there will be a hand and will oo busy mixing with back of Tarrytown, until tho spires direct cause of results more Bishops have blessed and commond-e- d reception for the visiting Supremo tho voters, among them being Prof. of tho Cathedral of tho Immaculate than the creation of John the order. At the present time officers. V. O. Gilbert, the nominee for me eariy Conception pierce the clouds at AlEricsson's genius during tho organization is ono of the Knights and Ladles Superintendent of Public Instrucbany, he will have counted church days of the civil war. strongest in the country, its present of Tho 'Catholic very dear to tho tion; Sherma Goodposter, tho nomAmerica aro after church and institution after InBacked by the indorsement of the sound rate of assessment having popular pastor of St. Charles Bor- inee for State Treasurer, and "BoV stitution. United States Government, the City very front rank! placed it in tho romeo and Tie is taking keon Inter- Greene, the nominee for Clerk of tho Yet he may or may not know that of Elizabeth and Union County have Persons are not admitted unless est in the coming celebration nnd is Court of Appeals. all of them aro outgrowths of tho decided to honor the memory of they are practical Catholics. Men ably assisted by tho Silver Jublleo wmk. Tho featuro of tho week from a fM XaMk throbbing heart of the great archdiojT"jfjiEf John P. Holland by erecting a monuapplicants must be- - between eighteen Committee. i political standpoint was tho desto his inventlvo cese of New York, which have arisen ment as a tribute and fifty, women between eighteen 'Tho pther Supremo officers of tho perate efforts of tho Republican services wero Memorial In comparatively recent years, for genius. and forty years In order to become order arc C. H. Marr, Wyandotte, campaign leaders and newspapers to eighty years ago there was neither held on Wednesday and city and eligible to membership. Men may Mich., President; Mrs. M. E. Hy. keep tho county ofllcials declared that day a church nor institution on tho Hudson be Insured for $2,000 and women for Ruffln, Mobile, Ala., Vice President; dispute in tho limelight, between New York and Albany. Tho public holiday. President Wilson, combines Henry not more than $1,000. (It Secretary; Herald, F. Josephus .Daniels, Thomas of them all and the first securing safe Mrs. JuliaHayes, Chicago, St. Louis, tho Louisville Progressive which was Secretary mother business principles for formerly the organ in L. O'Keefo, M. Schwab was, on the east bank of tho river church A. Edison, and Charles and reliable Insurance. Time Treasurer. John C. Bauer, Detroit; this section, led In the agitation, part in was Our Lady- - of Loretto, at Cold were among those who took when through an excess of charity, Miss Dlehl, Kansas City; possibly calculating that thiB would Spring, and the site selected by Its caro was not exercised in admitting Peter Kate the memorial exercises. On the day Lukaszewski, Detroit, Trus- be as good an opportunity as any to obPhilip decided upon for the memorial worthy but unfit persons, but this tees. The Kentucky Irish American slip back into the ranks of the G. O. H builder, Father one of O'Reilly, tho S Dominican, was the everlastservances the Bethlehem Steel Corhas been done away with. The cost will give more about tho celebration P. and to that end has been saying ing rocks on tho brink ol the water, poration reopened the old Crescent of becoming a member is small In as the arrangements for the jublleo nice thing daily about Mr. Morrow, Shipyard In Elizabeth, where Holcomparison with the benefits with Crow's Nest fronting It across progress. the Republican candidate forGov-erno- r, P. J. WELSH. The Catholic Knights of the river and Storm King frowning land bult his first submarine, the and never oven hints about poor man's in,. America furnish the Holland No...,9.. v . PRAISED. tho Republican followers of !P. .vxose from this State to the National con- uuuu iijjjuia'iv nyiu mo. uui yi ihii HOME INSPECTED surance. It is claimed that its rates The present European war has vention at Portland, Ore., in 1912. tock sue was uie uonauon oi and Barnes, whom the HeiuiWJBWi" WILLIAM T. MEEHAN, Kemble, who also contributed are as low if not lower than the demonstrated that the invention Early and late he worked unceasTho beautiful new homo for tho to designate as political corruptlon-ist- s. g discov- ingly Elected State Secretary. regular Industrial companies. liberally to tho building fund much was really an And to add insult to Injury Its in the interests of the order, Ursuline Sisters, at Shelby and Oak Many social and spiritual advan- streets, erected by tho congregation formerly beloved associates now on ery. Although Holland died within his leisure hours and timo away to tho disgust of some of his The State Council, composed of tages aro gained through member of St. Vincent do Paul, was thrown tho Progressive ticket are seldom outbreak of the war, from his daily occupation always bereligious sentia week of the with, less ho had been convinced for almost ing taken up with some project or ment and civic pride, who denounced nhnnt1 nlytv flilffrntpfl hocfin lf ship. Ono who is a member can ieei open for public inspection Sunday mentioned, nothing ever being said up possififty years of the destructive plan that would to "beneficial to tho him In the newspapers of the day for work by attending mass at the In his inner conscience, it he livesper- last. Those who visited tho home about the sterling qualities of Mr. Is bilities of the submarine in naval A. O. (H. and his brother members. "abetting tho idolatry of tho mass." Cathedral of tho Assumption. The to the obligations, that ho being a were delighted that the Sisters Drexler, tho Bull Moose nomlneo for warfare. It is a matter of record The deceased was forty-eigyears The church was dedicated by Bishop Rev. P. M. J. Rock, who Is Spiritual forming an act of charity in have been provided for so hand- Governor, or what spelndld type of that his original idea in construct- of age and was employed as grain Dubos, September 21, 1834. Long Director of the order for Kentucky, member. somely. Tho building Is two story citizens wo have in Capt. Fox, tho ing a submarine was to destroy Inspector at the Kentucky Public standng as a picturesque landmark celebrated the mass. Tho delegates with a basement. In the second nominee for Commonwealth's' AttorCHURCH BENEFACTOR. Great Britain's navy as a part of Elevator, where he was regarded in over the waters as the earliest repre- afterward met on Tuesday morning floor aro rooms and sleeping apart- ney, or Edwin Axton (brother of a program to free Ireland from tho highest esteem by his employers sentative of Catholicity, It Is now re- In tho Italian room of the Tyler over It. Wood), an humblo aspirant for a Michael Jenkins, multimillionaire, ments and a spacious attic oratory, seat In tho Board of Aldermen. Tho Hotel, where President J. J. Score, English rule. He Is survived placed by a larger and moro ornate of Louisville, delivered the philanthropist, died at Tho first floor contains the also zy and annual banker and In 1SG8, when'iiouana was by his wife, a bride of only two structure, built by tho recent pastor, reception rooms, the Bull Moose tlckot is still published dining years old, he gave up his position weeks and who was iMlss Mary Ryan. Father Patrick H. Drain. This newer address. President Scor,e reported his home In Baltimore last week of kitchen and pantry. Tho building In the columns of tho Herald, but and conpneumonia, at the ago of 72. not on tho editorial page as that as a teacher in the North Monastery The funeral took place from the edllco was dedicated by Cardinal the order to bo in a flourishing dition both financially and numerMr. Jenkins was ono of the ch'ef Is supplied with heat from the boiler paper's representatives, at Cork, Ireland, to come to Amer- family residence, 1745 Boiling ave- Farley, October 20, 1907. but away room of St. Vincent's school. down In the bottom of the advertisica. During his first years in this nue, Thursday morning at 8:30 The founder of tho parish, Father ically. Tho usual committees wero owners of tho Atlantic Coast Line to their Railroad, and was chairman of the ing columns next to a whisky advercountry he was employed as a o'clook and from St. George's church Philip O'Reilly, O. P., was born n appointed and proceeded BASEBALL CURTAIN. the tisement, and tho prlncpal plank of draughtsman by a civil engineering at 9 o'clock. Preceding the funeral Scabra, County Cavan, the patri work on the morning of spent first board of directors of the Merday. Tho afternoon was in a chants' and Miners' Transportation firm of Boston, but soon gave this Division 3, A. O. ., of which he monial seat of tho O'Rellleys, In wltn tho party declares for prohibition. Tomorrow's double-headDemocrats throughout tho Stato work up to resume his teaching in was a member, assembled at the 1792. Ho was a scion of ono of the social way. The delegates enjoyed Company. He was a trusteo and tho Milwaukee team winds up tho were shown treasurer of tho Catholic University pleased that a quietus has been a parochial school in Paterson. It house and recited the rosary for the oldest families in Ireland that owned an automobile ride, and American Association season and tho are on the unnecessary controversy reception of was in Paterson that he commenced repose of his soul. largo estates there long before tho tho sights to Louisville. A Falls City of America, and was mado Duko of games will In no way affect tho put them by the Lewellyn by Pope Plus X for his stading, his work in submarine construction. time of James 1.. Ho was educated was given Louisvillo being suro to of Watterson and Woodson and all Brewery afternoon. At In are In the Fall of 189G ho wont to DOUGLAS PARK OPENING, at Bologna In Italy and joined the night tho lato In thovisited tho State services to tho Church. th6 addition finish fourth and Milwaukee sixth, Is unanimous In saying that there delegates Catholic to his benefactions to no reason why all factions and Elizabeth, and at the old Crescent Dominicans In Spain. After his orthat team In Fair and were shown many cour- Church, Mr. Jenkins gave largely to tho lowest for Danforth, the tho past supporters of different candidates in Shipyard, then owned by Lewis A banner crowd is expected to bo dination ho traveled extensively years. strikeeight Baltimore institutions. He was the out sensation of tho league, will tho primary should not get together Nixon, began his work on the Hol- present at the opening of the Au- through Italy, France, Spain and tesies. Wednesday deleOn land No. 9, recognized by navy ex- tumn Race Meeting of tho Douglas Englang, where for some years he gates got down to morning the dis- donor of the site of tho Maryland perform in tho first game and a ig and give tho ticket a rousing majorbusiness and Institute and the buildings thereon crowd Is sure to turn out to see our ity. In many Instances splits and ill perts of today of the first of modern Jockey Club next Monday, many enjoyed the lucrative and easy post good submarines. Eighteen months later visitors to the State Fair remaining of chaplain to the family of tho cussed various subjects for thethings wero given by Andrew Carnegie. old rivals, the Brewers, fan at feelings are caused by irresponsible Amog sisters and two brothers Dave's hop ball. This afternoon the would-b- e politicians who foment and the Holland No. 9 was finished, and, in town to see tho thoroughbreds Catholic Duko of Norfolk. Tiring of of the order.. proposed other changes In With his although diminutive in comparison perform, Tho feature race next the Inactivity of the life ho came to discussed was bo- submitted to the he built Corpus Chrjst Church in silver set will bo awarded to stir up trouble for self advertiseto Baltimore. His father, mother and Northrop for being the leading ment. A group of Democrats wero Gorman Monday will be the Inaugural Handi- America In 1822 and offered his tho to the latest type Supreme Council, which convenes in types of undersea craft, was regarded as a cap at a mile and a sixteenth with services to Bishop Connolly who sent New Orleans next May. Among wife are burled under the altars of pitcher of tho team, while the silver discussing one of the localday. This the church, and It is his final resting ball and T)at winner will not bo J this kind the other model of workmanship and design a value of $2,000 to the winner and him on missionary work up tho State discuswho amateur politician has worked un. place, too. The last year he gave by the ofllcials of the United States this race will bring together some with headquarters at Utlca. Next he those were took part In the Relchert, a very valuable collection of books known until tho game is called. If) ceaslngly for tho past several years Michael Gen. Navy, to whom sho was sold In 190Q. of the fleetest horses In the country. is found laboring along the Hudson sions loft to the vote of the fans our little Rank; ff. P. to tho Catholic University library. Major The Holland No. 9 was only 53 In addition to the handicap on at, Newburgh, whero ho was tho first McGinnGeneral Uniform sorrel top second baseman Corrldon to butt into local politicsand after and Peter Manlon, Buprome Cardinal Gibbons, would have an overwhelming major- different rebuffs turned his attenHis Eminence, beam. Jae opening. day there will bo two other resident pastor, and at Poughkeep-slfeet long, with a Delegates; W. T. Meehan, State Secg friend of Michael Jen- ity with second place a close fit be- tion to the State leadors, even being had a displacement of 75 tons and important stake dates during the West Troy, Albany and Cold retary; H. A. Veneman, State Treas- a Stansbury. familiar enough wih ono to call him was propelled while on the surface meeting, the Beechmont Selling Spring. Ho was pastor of St. John's urer; tho Very Rev. Father tP. M. J. kins, delivered the funeral sermon, tween Daniels and seen b ya gasoline engine of 50 horse Stakes at five and a half furlongs church, Paterson, N. J., from 1838 Rock, M. T. Shine, John SBarr, Em. and In the course of his address Clemons was a contender for tho by his first name, and could boabout tho said: power. When submerged power was on next Saturday and the two milo to 1845. There he broke down tho est six weeks, when hobnobbing with beingleaders honor until the last Hasbach, Eugeno McCarthy and tolerated be"Tho good works of the Master ho dropped Into a slump affecting our hotel lobbies, furnished by an electric motor. cup race for a purse of $2,500 on most Inveterate and cause of his donation to a certain The Alcould not bo concealed. an tho closing day, Tuesday, September prejudice against tho church by his others. She had a speed of eight knots both his hitting and catching. of Michael Jenkins could though not! as high up In tho raco Senatorial campaign fund. Finally hour, and could make a maximum 28. Tho first race each day will be brilliancy and sociability no less not remain concealed. He had a as tho last two seasons, principally our hero succeeded In bringing out of five and a half knots an hour un- at 2:15 and the usual admission than by his powerful arguments and reputation for charity and good through an unprecedented run of a candidate for State office, at least der water. When compared to those prices will prevail, gentlemen $1.50 masterly sermons. So, much so that for the works, not only in Baltimore, but Injuries, nevertheless the fans havo ho claimed the credit a blare anof the submarine of today, these and ladles $1.00. ho became a prime favorlto with oil nouncement, abroad. Pleas wero mado to him rallied nobly to the support of the trumpets told and with would organfigures seem ridiculously small, but ll Protestant and Catholic. Col. how ho from all sides without distinction of management, the attendance at the In one respect the Holland BIG INITIATION. at least L. Holt, one of the leading etc., his color, or raco or religion or nation- park since July 1 bolng excep ize tho State,sequel etc., for and No. 9 was not far behind her later-da- y Protestants of Paterson, was espela short see on his desk tionally good and it Is safe to say friend. The ality. You might rivals. Repeated trials showed Division 4, A. O. H., at Its meet- cially attracted to Father O'Reilly, the campaign began In! bundles of lotters appealing for aid tho owners will quit with a nice sweet when amateur hied himself to that America's first submarine could ing Monday evening made final and it is said that a cover was al' earnest our stay under water moro than a week preparations for its big initiation ways laid at Mr. Holt's table for his from all sides. After examining tho balance on tho right side of tho the South Sea Islands on a vacaletters, he was always faithful In ledger. at a time without endangoring the Monday, September 27, in Bertrand favorite guest. tion. Tho moral Is "Don't tolerate responding to every deserving applilives of the five men who made up Hall and have invited tho other diFather O'Reilly was a largo, powthis typo of politician or disturber AUTUMN MEETING. cation, Its crew. vision members to bo present as erful man, with a commanding In the ranks. ago ho sent me a 9 guesta on that occasion. "Several weeks The work on the Holland No. The degree presence, military boarlng and many ILbbbbbbbbbbI Much comment was caused hy tho HMH was finished in the Spring of 189S team under the direction of County social gifts. Ho was fond of out'Historic iChurchlll Downs, the tips In this column last week HbbbbbbbbbI check, requesting mo to forward it Hht ' HbBBBBBBBVI stE&iir to the Holy Father to relievo tho homo Now Louisville Jockey and Holland choso St. Patrick's Day VIco President John M. Maloney has door life, hunting, shooting and fishentries In our next uiunlcl-PFu'' bIbbbbbbbh wants of those suffering In Italy 'Club, of the announces the opening ol pal races, It toeing agreed that for the first test of her diving abili- been rehearsing faithfully and a ing, and he was so eccentric in many '.'vMbbbbbbbbi 'JbbbbbbbbbH from the present war of havoc. Tho thoir autumn raco meeting iox County Judge Greene was a suro 'XV ties. As in the case of Ericsson's splendid exemplification of the work- things that he was long known to his response came this week. Not Wednesday, September '29, tho Falls entry Monitor, the waters of Now York ings of tho order can be expected. brother priests by tho soubriquet of SBBDSBHbBBBBI BBBBBBBBa BBBtSw Mayor and Pflanz for knowing of his Illness, I thought to City Handicap to be tho feature race Jailer. for harbor witnessed the Initial suc- President John M. Hennqssy, L. J. "Mad Phil." But with all his pecu; Another who is being menresponse in per- for opening day. Among other tioned by his friends Is Police Court to be Meany, Michael McDermott, Thomas liarlties ho was zealous and indefat-Igalb- o let him know of tho cesses of what was destined BBBBBBBBBBBBsmV,ik son, but his death defeated that stakes to bo decided during tho Clerk Holley, who, they say, will be another agent in the reconstruction J. Langan and Dave Rellly comprise In the performance of his dupleasure." meeting "Will be the Golden Rod in of methods of warfare on the high tho Entertainment Committee and ties, was beloved by the priests and race for County Clerk. In! At tho conclusion of his address, Stakes on Saturday, October 2, tho the the seas. With Holland In command, thoy .have boon given carto blanche idolized by tho people with whom his event of the local ticket boug with his volco quivering with emo- Cherokee Stakes on Monday, October successful this election tho office of the Holland No. 9 mado its first dive by the division In making arrange- lot was cast. His later years were1 tion, the Cardinal said that he had 4, and the St. Ledger Handicap on Prosecuting Attorney In the Police in Staten Island Cound on March 17, ments for the entertainment of all spent as pastor of St. Brlgld's taken a vow that ho would never in the closing day, Thursday, October Court will? be vacant and it W 1898. For several miles along the on that date. church, New York City, where he tho future leave tho altar without 7, this last raco to be two and, New Jersey coast crowds were year of his died in the rumored that Pat Savage. Joe Koyef H. A. VEiENEMAN, miles. The first raco each or llunter Burke may fill the unexpraying for the soul of his friend. lined. Thoy gave up "lor lost the SHE WANTED VARIETY. age, December 7, 1854. (Elected State Treasurer. anU the pro- pired term. day will bo at 2:15' little boat and Its creaw when, after gramme will consist of seven races. ten minutes, she failed to return to FATHER "VAN" AT SPRINGS. Ono of our local firemen tells the At the close of the session after BERTRAND CLUB ELECTS. the surface. On its first dive, the following about a young couple a friendly but spirited contest for SILVER JUBILEE. Rev. G. A. Vantroostenborghe, inventor kept his boat under water who reside In Beechmont, whom he CLEANS NICKEL. The Bertrand Club, which k an some of the offices, the following Louisville, Ky a well known and This Is tho silver jubilee year ot more than half an hour. : adjunct designated as Mr. and Mrs. B for of St. Louis Bertrand's were elected: the ordination to the priesthood ol prominent Catholic 'divine in the During the Spanish American war "While running to a firs recently, as church, "held its annual election of Spiritual Director Rev. IP. M. J. Blue Grass State, says the West To plean tho nickel on stoves and His Excellency Moet Rev Jl Holland asked permission of Secre- was their usual custom, they over- officers Monday evening, the follow- Rock, Louisville. Baden Journal, lias "been spending a ranges take a piece of woolen cloth, iBonzano. D. D Apostolic Del tary of the Navy John D. Long to took another amateur fire follower ing 'being chosen to serve: George President F. W. WeKzel, Frank- recreative season and also drinking wlpo the soot from the bottom of. to the United States. He's a4 enter Santiago harbor with the Hol- and Mrs, B. all out of breath, said: Rlgge, President Robert B. (Burns, fort the mineral waters at West Baden the tea kettle and with this rub the his fourth year as the VCa land No. 9 for the purpose of de- 'I hope It ain't the school building. Vice President; Gordon iHardlnwun, Vice President (Ernest Hosbach, Springs, which has "been his usual nickel. Wipe with clean dry cloth church's chief xepresentath stroying the, Spanish neat under I've seen that twioe already.' " waveny. r. ' United States. and polish. custom for several years. MONUMENT DOMINICAN CATHOLIC DEMOCRATS Cov-ington- W -- """". A k, i inX "Wattcrson-IIaldcmnn-Woo- d- , sight-seein- - Mer-Tima- c. all-da- . ng f Watterson-Haldeman-Woods- on d. uouv-erne- ur -- epoch-makin- fellow-citizen- s, ! ht f fellow-employe- s. er 300-fo- by-la- - ot 10-fo- ot e, life-lon- long-standi- bono-factlo- ne Ros-we- con-corni- ng 1 Jl. d BBBBBBBBBBBBWMrc-'jBBBBBBBBBBBBBB- l H one-quart- er sixty-seco- nd Secretary-Treasure- 13- jBZj&jsrTTJCttrsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. ireted to tbc Social mi Hotel Liiaactwmnt et kitfc Aaerkws ids Oattelk: OMSeiallr Indorsed by Aaetest Order 0 Hlbetalans, Yeusg Mta'i Institute sad Catholic Kaigats of Atacrica. tISH 31ALOXE O'BRIEN. AJSJEXZ.IGJkJH: S0GIETY. QC8C8v688cC898r8.8j6C88C88C8i8C88& ATloo I Miss Ilva Ropke has gone to KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING) CO., Incorporattd, PubllaKora where she will, study this SINOLB COPY gc ONB DOLLAR PHR YEAR 1BSCRIPTION PRICE, Bt BaUr LjtMU PaiUMIc BjMynq.CUii ruttti. Miss Alma K. Keaney has gone WcsMfetea St. to St. Catherine of Sienna Academy aH CwBMltleai to the KINTVCY HKSH AMBWCAN, issrees for the fall term. L ' York Mnmlo nntMnvitli la In Mntv City for a two weeks' visit. T Jt-- CTRADES)y!gyj COUNCIL)! A. J. 'Ferg, the well known local comedian, is rehearsing a new sketch to be produced next month. LOUISVIL'LE, KY ELOPMENTS AX1 Squlro John J. O'Brien SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 191S. Lexington this past week and visited during DIVORCE. "They were married In Jefferson-vllle,- " we read nearly every day at the end of suits for divorce or In decrees by the Chancellors of Jefferthe same son county. Doubtless recitation Is made In divorce suits and dlvorco decrees In nearly all of the 121 counties In Kentucky, for eloping couples go to Jeffersonvllle, Ind., from every part of Kentucky In Jeffersonas well as Louisville. vllle a half dozen Magistrates eke marrying eloping out a living couples from Kentucky. They even have "runners" out soliciting business who also make a living in this disreputable way. No wonder there are so many divorces. Wo who aro taught to bellevo that marriage is a sacrament must deplore these awful conditions which have become so common that no one protests. INTERESTING VOLUME. to support the Government and to send recruits into- the array. We should not bo hasty to criticize Mr. Redmond, the great Irish leader. We believe ho is doing the very best ho can, all things considered. It must bo remembered that he is on the ground and knows best what to do No one can doubt his patriotism. Ho has to deal with a delicate political situation. Ireland can not hope to gain home rule through open rebellion as some are urging. Redmond is having a most difficult time, more difficult than that of President - his stay took In the running races. Falls. Mr. and Mrs. frank P. (Burko have Just returned from a two weoks' trip to Detroit and Niagara Misses Nellie Hannon and Aleen Hannon have returned from a visit of several weeks at Atlantic City and New York. Miss Louise Talbot, of IBardstown, camo to Louisville Monday and is now a pupil at the (Holy Rosary Academy. Denis The Rt. Rov. Bishop O'Donaghuo will perform the marriage ceremony at the wedding of Miss Mary Malone and Edwin J. O'Brien, Jr., which is to be solemn-lie- d September 22 at 9 o'clock at St. James' church, Bardstown road and Edenslde avenue. Tho nuptial high mass will bo sung by the Rev. Earl E. Willett, rector of tho church. The music will bo under tho direction of Mrs. Fred Harlg, with Miss Katherlne M. Hlnes and Mr. Thornton Flynn as soloists. Tho bridb wilt be given In marriage by her father, Mr. John T. Malone. Miss Mario O'Brien, sister of the groom, will be maid of honor, and Mr. John L. Boland will be Mr. O'Brien's best man. Tho bridesmaids will be: Misses Frances Henchey, Margaret Wand, of New York City; Madeline Fagan, of Deal Beach, N. J.; Katherlne Malone, Marlon Fagan, of Deal Beach, N. J.; Aline Bolln, of St. Louis. The following will bo groomsmen: Messrs. Joseph B. O'Brien, Frank C. Clerget, Joseph G. Malone, Joseph C. Michael, Louis J. Herrmann, Albert S. Malone. The color scheme will be of orchid and pink. A reception, for tho two Immediate families only, will be held at tho home of the bride's parents, 1291 Willow avenue, following the ceremony. NEW ALBANY NOTES. Churchill. DownsFa!i 8 Days' Racing Meeting 29-0- Sept. ct. 17 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29. GOLDEN ROD STAKES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. CHEROKEE STAKES, MONDAY, OCT. 4. ST. LEGER HANDICAP 2 4 MILES, THURSDAY OCT. 7. FIRST RACE AT 2;15 P. M. ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1 50 1-- SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES DAILY FALLS CITY HANDICAP, RECENT DEATHS. Miss Eunice Strain, of Vevay, Ind., died at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital September 13. She was a sister of Mrs. T. P. Tarpy, of Louisville. The remains were taken to Vevay for Interment Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Mario Clemens, aged 84, widow of Jacob Clemens, died September 10 at the residence of her sop, Matt J. Clemens, 2208 West Market street. Tho funeral took place from St. Anthony's church at 9 o'clock Monday morning. Iw WMMiMWWwwwww . vi m 4v t We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. Wilson. T. P. O'Connor, writing from an English watering place, says you could not toll there was a war going on from the gayety prevailing there the English are so confident. Wo suppose they depend upon the Irish and the "lower clausses" to do their fighting. How can a nation hope to win a war against a united people like the Germans when they h McGrath, 65 years old, o died at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Samuel Drabelle, 110 Crescent o Court,, Monday. Ho was formerly connected with the firm of Harbison o & Gathright and was a brother-in-laof J. B. Gathright. Tho funeral o inaiana uainoucs nave a took place Wednesday morning, Inmaun Is to bo solemnized in Novem juruie. field to great AVE'VE HAD ENOUGH OK IT. at the ber, was given a miscellaneous ing centennial draw from Albany com- terment being In Cave Hill. New shower by her grandmother, Mrs, be represented, and Floyd county will Just as wo were congratulating as hnd The funeral of Peter J. Walter Johanna Heyde. one ,of the first Catholic settlements took placo from St. Mary's church ourselves that the Castellane-Goul- d In the Territory or State. Tuesday morning, tho services being mMMMUUUUMMUmMttHMUmUUUMUWUVWWVW case was finished Bonl bobs up Miss Edith Doherty, of New AlDaniel Walsh, Jr., who concourse of bany, 5 entertained the Currant from newspaper reporting aretired attended by a largo who sincerely seronely with another appeal. This I few friends and relatives Events Club at her home. Those years ago to time it is to elucidate the points as study at St. Melnrad's mourn his loss. Tho deceased had attending were Misses Mary O'Don- g member of St. iftnther Anna Gould's was a true null Pntlmrlna Poii.ln "UN1 Monastery wnn tne intention or en- - been a holy ordora, will not return Mary's parish and had always lent matrimonial consent, or whether lis, Katharine Connoll', Edna monastery this year. Instead, a willing hand In church work. sell. Mrs. Benl. Miller, Mrs. Arthur there was any restriction in it inThe Service With the Largest List of Connections in Gregoire, Misses Sophia Hascnstab, he has organized a lyceum. bureau, validating it. A Roman correLouisville and Suburbs. which proposes to give musical and Mrs. Mattle May Kelly, aged 41, Anna Gohman. spondent says it Is true in one sense literary recitations, lectures and per- died September 10 at Waverly Hill All Service Unlimited. that the case will never be finished Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hennessy, of formances at various places In In- Sanltorlum. She Is survived by her Chicago, who have been visiting here diana and probably In other States. husband, William Kelly, and two as the church is patient in hearing Holy Trinity schools have under- small children. Tho funeral took as tho guests of the family of J. A. all complaints. The patience of the gone many Improvements. The place from tho home of her niece, Hoerter, of Rosewood avenue, have Academy American people has been sorely conducted by the Sisters Mrs. Fred Reinhardt, 937 South returned much pleased with Louis- of Providence will To All Points of Importance to the Louisville Trade. have a high school Eighteenth street, Monday, and mass tried in the Castellane-Goul- d case ville. Mr. Hennessy Is connected with this year and hereafter young ladles was said for the repose of her soul Lowest Rates. and so far as the Catholic press is Chicago's fire department and stated to tho public at St. Peter's church at 9 o'clock. have that this city's fire fighting appara- will not in ordertotogograduate In concerned it wants no jnoro of it. schools tho tus was excellent. Castellane married Gould the higher branches. Frank A. Hoffmann, a native of ' Holy Trinity and St. Mary's par- New Albany, son of Otto Hoffman, woman for her money and she marMrs. Allie Skelley entertained at ried him for a title. When they got dinner at her homo In Floral Ter ishes are arranging to glvo bazars deceased, died of cancer at his race. Covers were laid for: Misses this fall for the benefit of certain homo, 1829 Greenwood avenue, Sattired of each other there were many Allie Skelley, Ethel D. Metz, Edna church funds and tho ladles in both urday last. He was 53 years of age INCORPORATED scandals, all rehearsed in American Snodgrass, of Jeffersonvllle; Mabel congregations have begun their ac- and Is survived by his widow, two press. They were divorced and the tivities to make the affair successful. daughters and twd sisters. Funeral Becker, Beatrice Mann, of New Alwisely. Gould woman married again. She bany; Messrs. Charles Landrane, In time It Is hoped that debt paying services wore held at St. Peter's Logan Tyler, William Glatzendan-ne- societies will bo organized for tho church at 9 o'clock Tuesday mornhad children by her 'first marriage payment WATCH THE PLANT. ing and BROS. William Buschemeyer, Louis cidentals of church debts and in- cemetery, interment was in St. Mary's HERRMANN and it would do no good to declare New Albany. not only In Indiana but Bryant. You can plant a seed and it will her first marriage void. Give us a IHrORTFRS elsewhere, but until that time the ' Mrs. Elizabeth Veneman Siemer, sprout and push its way through rest in the case. Miss Hazel May Jansen and. Mr. b!zar .r. tUe fa,r seem to be the only FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. 61 years old, wife of Joseph Siethe ground, but you will let It go at Joseph B. Sandmann will ho married alternative. mer, C07 Baxter avenue, died MonsKtfii next Monday morning at St. MichIULEY DAY. Distillers and Wholesale Deal- that much endeavor. Your neighbor ftUgmihir ' ..i' TSeEJ5FWX&ff day last. She was a native of Louis CHURCH GOODS WANTED. ers In Finest Barnds of Kendigs about the plant, enriches it, ael's church, Rov. Father M. O'Conville and a devout members of St. nor officiating. In tho evening there tucky Whiskies, especially. Gov. Sam Ralston, of Indiana, many husThere are more power to him, Instead of wait- ioves it and the plrtnt prospers. To will bo a reception at Concoidla Hall laboring are mission priests who who Martin's church. Besldo hersister, In band she Is survived by a districts for the relatives and friends of the havo ing until the loveablo Hooslor poet whom must the plant bo indebted?. young couple, not tho necessities of worship Miss Mary Veneman. Mass for the e The is Thus you may be parents who care BOTTLED IN BOND. churches dies, has designated October 7 as the pretty and accomplished daugh- in their them, to It Is a great hard- repose of her soul was said at St. Tilenhona 1943. lessly leave your children to the 234 S SIXTH STREET Martin's church Thursday Riley day, in honor of James b ter of Mrs. Robinson Jansen, and the ship onto offer uphave,no fit placo In and burial took place morning caro of those who are attracted by prospective groom is the youngest which In St. the Holy Sacrifice Riley. Another poet, also of of the Mass. It is a certain thing Michael's cemetery. Holiday Gifts Reserved on Pnri Irish descent, Theodore O'Hara, has their need and take care of them son of Mrs. Sophia B. Sandmann. Payment. that the fervor of their congregatenderly, giving them a loving care r, been honored by the War Depart- you Pefer J. Walter, a retired Tho marriage of Miss Mary tions would bo increased if they saw are not willing to bestow. To 3B 3IB!55?S?3es9Hs5!!Sl of tho firm of P. J. Wajter their little churches neatly furnished. ment of the United States placing a Josephine Miller to Mr. Joseph whom do thoy belong? Catholics who have a little more & Son, died September 12 aged CO 551 S. Shelby, Ncnr Che 8nut was solemnized fatanza of his immortal poem, "Tho at St. Philip Nerl's church at 9 o'clock than tho people on these mlslons years. Ho was a natlvo of Germany DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY Bivouac of the Dead," over the Fifth "BOB" BROWN. Wednesday morning, tho Rev. would reap much spiritual good from but had lived In Louisville since entrance to every National cemetery. doing an 1873. took placo Everything guaranteed Watch and Father Ackermann officiating. Miss missions byact of charity to these his lato Tho funeral 1043 Baxter from aveNearly overybody in Louisville Florence Helm was the maid of enabling, the missionresidence, jewelry repairing a specialty. '"Jim" Riley Is the best loved man in nue, Tuesday morning, mass being knows Robert W. iBrown. managing honor. Mr. Louis Miller and Mr. aries to beautify tho houso of God. Indiana. First Communion' Books There is priest, said for the repose of his soul at St. editor of tho Times and likes him. Eugene Tlmmel wero groomsmen. ' Father Flavin ais Washington who his name, lias Mary's church at 9 o'clock. He Is Tho Ushers were Mr. Louis McChar- CONDITIONS IN IRELAND. He is better known as "Bob" Brown. survived by his widow, three sons ROSARIES ihv nnH TUV TTmilnvn rl11n 1H.. put in much hard labor In minister- - and two daughters, For twenty-fiv- e years ho Tins been tho wedding Mr. and Mrs. Zwishen-Mngall residents of 80U!8,,n "t of, Uio way places Conditions in Ireland, brought connected with SCAPULAR MEDALS l the bergcr loft for an extended trip m mat atato. we lias built more Louisville. about by the war, aro getting worse Times, whjch newspapers than one chapel. Now he is trying See oar new book, "IIow to Get are now through tho East, to furnish one, and ho finds It a difJohn Morlarty, aged eighty-foufrom day to day. When it Is con- about to reorganlzo their forces. Ma.ried." ficult task. Oftentimes the Reverend died of infirmities incident to ago, of sidered that tho country will bo Mr. Brown ENTERTAINS GUEST. A. Brown, Every Devotional Article here. clergy send in things to the Catholic Wednesday. Ho was a dovout mem- of Loulsvlllo; Mrs. Joseph Schulor, of retires in order tq go Trenton, Pa.; Mrs. D. mulcted hundreds of thousands of into other business. (Everybody to No trouble to show good. likes a reception and danco Miss Church Extension Society for dis- ber of St. Louis Bortrand's parlsn, to Oklahoma, Ky., and Miss Cecilia With pounds to pay tho war tax and tho "Bob" Brown since A reand his voluntary Kathryn Kilkenny entertained Fri- tribution among these poor priests. which ho bolonged years he came ago from Recktenwald, of Loulsvlllo. Father Flavin wants a sanctuary Louisville many war debt one must feel that Iroland soverance from the management of day in honor of Miss Norn Halllhan lamp and a statue of St. Joseph for Ireland. Tho funeral took placo quiem mass for tho repose of Mr. Rogers Church Goods Co. Is a "most distressful country" Inof was said at St. Those that paper Is a loss to Journalism. xvartWest Louisville. tTnllllinn.present whom tho church Is named. Tho So- - from that church. Deceased Is sur. Recktenwnld's soul Friday morning, 129 S. FOURTH AVB. Tteana XTn nrn... deed. In our Irish exchanges we find Cecilia's church on man arrange to send a very vived by hia wlfo, four sons and and a largo numbor of mourning We wish him every success In his d- -i nr t.,., r that. prices for meat, poultry and now fleldof endeavor Whatever that Marie Pirtlo. Maxf Kilkenny, Louise Joseph 4 feet four daughters. 'His sons aro X,lout. friends attended tho funeral. In tho ? THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Daniel J. iMorlarty, of tho police butter especially aro soaring sky- may be. Denzlger, Anna Halllhan. Nora death of iJ"i" natlon; but If any force; M, J John J. and E. IL. loses ono Mr. Recktenwald Louisville ward, making these necessaries bevlnney, Marguerlto Floore, NoraT of Its best Catholic us of Extension Socle- - Morlarty, the latter of Birmingham, r Tf yond tho reach of oven tho Tho City Commissioners of LexAla. The daughters are Mrs. John & To bo sure tho rise In prices ington, Ky.f havo appointed a Board Henry Finn. Edward Murphy, Pltt Lexington. Ky.: SIs- J. burg; iUYt f'teriLlnohan. of of tho Dominican NO MORE PRAYERS NEEDED. Antonius, benefit a few who are in trade, but of Motion Picture Censors. This Roger Martin Kilkenny, Mark Price. more McDonald, Jerry Halllhan order; 'Misses Nora and Margaret HB K Vy JBsffiy t feet high. . high prices aro bound to injure the reminds us that somo of tho pic- John Prico, nastuiiho, .. tSUilUBLtU i 10 IHO 01- - Morlarty. Eleven grandchildren also "uuuiiona may oo seni They say this happened in a RarnfiH. Thnmnn Dn nrmn TW masses. Conditions of this charac- tures exhibited In Louisville from ces Kxten survive. iFor ten years Olr. Morlarty Church parish' in one ., ua.. .... HHH. 7 ter are bound to bring about unrest tlmo to time ought to bo, censored, HlckB. SmiHiflni.i. Rnm . ., .., wni.- slon ol In0 uaiuouc unurcnbuilding,' conducted a grocery at Seventh of our Kentucky tho vicinity of and Society, McCormlck race tracks lace McBrldo, Oliver Ladd. Mr. and was well known and Oak streets and among the people. For instance, at especially if children aro to see Mrs. Patrick Kilkenny. Chicago: which parish Included a great many and highly Tespected. one place, In order to raise war them. Parents should havo a care horseman. reyanue, it was proposed to assess about permitting their children to One day one of tho Deacons reANNEX.' K. OF O, LECTURE. Michael Recktenwald, aged eighty-bo of the profits arising from tho water visit all kinds of picture shows. five, died at his homo, 643 North quested that prayers shouldSundays Dr. Bernard J, The Tyler Hotel has flourished Twenty-sixt-h street, Tuesday night fered upon three successive accordAll the late and sew Style and Shapes works and the cemetory of a town. Spme of them must prove to bo very ture to tho locnl O'Connor will lec- ever members of tho since it was opened. There is- last of the infirmities of age. Mr. for Dora Gray, and it was eaa-sfound here at reasonable prices. Everything is to be taxed In Ireland demoralizing. Knights of Columbus on next Wed- not "room, enough 'for its many pa- Recktenwald was in tho tinner and ingly done. y nesday evening, his subject bolng tho trons and a On tho fourth Sunday, tho Deacon ito pay the expenses of a war In which addition la to hardwaro "business in Louisville for aire your boys aa dneatloa that will "Prevention of Disease," and as this be made at once. The addition will a half century, first at Jefferson- sought out Parson Barber Just prepare them for life. Irish p'e not Interested. They HELPS GOOD CAUSE. subject Is ever Interesting to all conform io the present structure, vllle, Ind., and latterly in ILouIevllle. tho morning servico, and told not oeen told what the war is Every man who spares his penny mankind a, large attendance 'Is ex- and will front 30 feet on Jefferson During "his whole life he ttm a de him that the prayer need not be re ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE to buy a Catholic pa.per is helping pected. Next Friday evening there street. The present structure will vout Catholic and man of the peated. lis 'W. Sroaaway, XoaisvUla, JCy. 9te a disposition, to criticise Hie utterance of clean words; doing will, be a reception and dance for be raised two stories. When com highest integrity. "Indeed?" queried the pastor, Three sons and Condr.eUd by the Xaverlaa BroUurs. members and their families at the pleted, in 8 months, the Tyler Ho- three daughters survive, The Rev. with an expression of anxiety, "I Cl&Mleai, of John 9. Redmokd and his share in the work of a great and Seteafiao BusIbsm enterprise; helping Large tea in Frliftment Jtoeauae that teachfiH from tha.fLnrn the Volee club house. The educational classes tel will have 250'rooms, double the Otto Recktenwald, or uranu k&pios, trust Dora's not dead?" quick reply, Oours, Preparatory Departrawit,QjriBM-sittWHla "Oh, no," came the Swimming- Fool, Well equipped under the direction of S. R. Hard- - present number. D. X. Murphy St Much.: Bernard A. Recktenwald, of ay, urging Irishmen The Angelu. Terms Motor ft. Bre. Jam, Dir. man will open next Monday evening. Bro. are the krcbJtecta, JEI. A. Rectenwald, "she's won I" Pittsburgh, .Pa.; Ma-poth- er, The "intention" prayers of the League of the Sacred Heart for the presetit month are "the Catholic physician." That reminds us that Br. William D. Doherty, of Louisville, one of our most eminent physicians, several years ago wrote a book, "You and Your Physician," which sets forth In a most forceful and entertaining way what the family doctor should be. It is a book of about 260 pages telling about health and how to caro for It. At this time the work Is more than interesting, for ono can get from it much that is useful as well as Interesting. are indifferent, and instead of lighting themselves, depend upon money to win. Verilly, "where wealth accumulates men decay." Let us hope and pray "God save Ireland." SOCIAL UPLIFT. Tho words "social uplift," de- clares tho Catholic Sun, mean an uplift to some and dissatisfaction to others. Social workers sometimes interfere so seriously 'in tho affairs 01 otners that no matter how much in need "others" may be, they prefer tho sanctity of their own wants and sufferings to themsolves rather than iu uuvu wiuir uuuirs Detierea ny a set of officious and prying benefactors. iRecently in searching out facts about a case of need, a social worker refused to give monetary aid because "the people had a piano and other evidences of comfort." Now a piano 'Is not always a thing of comfort, and In the present case the Instrument was a relic of early thrift and musical cheer. Tho family could not have sold It, or could they have borrowed on It. Its respectable age made It immuno from the loan sharks. All the fur nishings of the house were almost antique and really showed the care of a wise "housekeeper. Tho family was without victuals of any kind, and suffered by death and disaster, yet a d social worfer, secure in a good position, chose to pass a careless judgment on a case where no doubt Providence had given them the chance to bestow prim-face- mSMM, hti 1 fVI-Tni-- Mrs. Richard Kennedy and Miss A retreat or mission for men and Ella O'Neill have returned to their boys will begin tomorrow evening homes In Jeffersonvllle after a visit at St. Mary's church and will conto reatlvcs in St. Louis. tinue for one week. It Is given under tho auspices of tho Knights of Miss Rose Cunningham returned Columbus and all boys over fourteen homo this week from a month's va- years, as well as men, of Holy Trincation at New York, Atlantic City, ity and St. Mary's congregations aro Asbury Park and other eastern expected to attend the services and points. partake of tho Intellectual as well as spiritual blessings which usually Mr. and Mrs. T. D. O'Brien chap- result from such retreats. The Rev. eroned a large party at a dance Father Selbortz requests all to pray given in Sennlng's Park tho last of for the Buccess of tho retreat. Servthe series to be given by the Pre- ices will be held beginning Sunday mier Club. night at 7:30 o'clock and every other night at the same hour. In tho Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes P. Edwards morning services will be hold at 5 have returned from Lake Placid, N. o'clock. Tho Fathers Y., whero they visited Mrs. Ed- will conduct tho Passlonlst assisted exercises, ward's sister, Mrs. Charles E. by several other priests. Cooney, at her summer home. Indiana Catholics will pnrtlclpato In The marriage of Miss Marie Ce- of tho coming centennial celebration Indiana's admission into the cilia Reilling and Mr. Walter Union, of Lexington, Ky., will take providedin 1816. The Legislature has for place at 9 o'clock Tuesday Septem- commission tho celebration and a has been appointed to ber 21, at St. Brlgld's church. carry out the contemplated observThe Very Rev. John Miss Margaret Cody and brother, ances. D. D., President of Notre Cody, who have been Damo Master James University, Is a member of the visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. C. commission. at at Clifton, Ky have re- Vincennes in Catholics settled Gen. 1702, and when turned to their homes In New Clark marched to Vincennes Father Plerro Glbault led the way. Tho n-- i otuuui m luuiuuu wua u n ...1 mi "'"" HUlen-nlaye- r, Cav-anaug- mass. William J. Pllton, aged seventy-fhrcdied at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. Walter Davis, 116 Conner street, New Albany, Tuesday. Ho was a member of St. Mary's church and funeral services were hold at that church on Thursday morning at 9 p'clock with a requiem of Mrs. Grace Frank Pappalardo, a musician, took place iFrlday morning at 9 o'clock .from St. IMJchael's was Tjora in Deceased church. years ago and Louisville twenty-tw- o daughter was tho of Vincent Mordlca. Deceased left an Infant IPap-palard- e, COMFORTS, BLANKETS BEDSPREADS At Prices to Interest WOOL-NAP HomemaRers COMFORTS; $2.25, The funeral o, covered with silkolinc in pretty floral designs; price, each, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, wife of and COMFORTS; covered sateen and filled with good white cotton ; price, each, BLANKETS; in gray, white or plaid; large size; per pair, $2.50 $1.25 and $2.29 $1.00 WOOL BLANKETS; in gray with or white plaids; sale price, per pair $3.98 baby. $3.98, $3.50, $3.00 and. .$2.50 HANDSOME COMFORTS; ALL-WOO- L h, street, Wednesday morning and at 9 o'clock from St. William's church, where mass was said for the repose of her soul. Edgar Mrs. Mary Hummel, widow of David Hummel, died September 12, aged 41. The funeral took place from tho residence of her mother, Mrs. Thomas Fallon, 1137 Zane "a w top cover of beautiful figand $4.98 ured satin, under cover of WHITE WOOL BLANKETS; silk mull; make lovely wedding presents; prices $7.98 mm omuu mm oinamg; extra large bed size; price, per and $6.98 pair $5.00 COTTON in BLANKETS; gray, white or tan; single BEDSPREADS; hemmed or bed size; sale price, per scalloped; large bed size; pair 75c prices, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.25, $1.00 COTTON BLANKETS; large and 89c bed size; in gray or white; price, per pair $1.50 BEDSPREADS; scalloped or WOOL - NAP BLANKETS; fringed; large bed size; sale white or gray; with prices, $3.98, $3.50, $3.00, silk binding; per pair . .$2.98 $2.50, $2.25, $2.00 and .$1.75 BLANKETS; in a variety of different colored plaids; prices $6.50, $5.98 I o life-lon- S,- HUME itJLKPnUfNt:! W-- IW .,, Rus-I!ngt- he Long Distance Connections THE LOUISVILLE HOME TELEPHONE CO. iivuiuvvwuwuvuwtuuuuwuuwmuuuuw r, GERMAN BANK . bride-to-b- Pearl of Nelson, BO Whit-coin- boiler-make- H! E I , and Market Sts. A 'Courier-Journa- r, iiiclety 1 "' De-',- "" - ,, well-to-d- o. iii,w !.,,.. I '?"?? I?" fe?,"?Ifttferllpl EV t- - I "& TEN-STOnr ten-stor- """ Ti ft - e bo-fo- re mi-lont- ry - I o BOBKNaLNETOELrsr rIJSHC AMEIO- KNIfflS OS COLUMBUS. s RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. STITHTON Proud of Favorite Son Just Ordained to the Priesthood. Solemn Ceremonies of Ordination Take Place at St. Mary MONUMENTS H GRAN W. SMITH'S AL. S. SMITH, PROP. tJgg SON- - autom6bile accessories t, ' SHALE BRICK MADE BY Lato News That Will Interest Members Here and ElseV where. Distributors Of FEDERAL TIRES FALLS 110103 East Broadway FREE SERVICE VULCANIZING CITY VULCANIZING Clay Products Co. are tho BEST BRICK MADE IN CO. JEFFERSON COUNTY Bldg. Sales Office; 1010 Intcr-Sout- Coral Ridgo Funeral Director and Embalmer Markers and Mausoleums. CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST Incorporated 923 QEIQER STREET Home Phone 1802 and 377 Cumb. Phone Main ASK YOUR PEAI.EB JOB IT ENGRAVERS WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS . P. BOBXTWASSEK CO. 877 Send for our illustrated designs and prices. P. I. BURKS & COMPANY Large and new stock to select (INCORPORATED.) from all high class work. MANUFACTURERS OP Eloquent Sermon by Kev. Father PIANO PLAYERS New Muldoon Monument Co. J. S. Henry, of Clover-por- t', Modern Player Built In Your Own Flano, Players Repaired and Tuned. Pianos and Piano Ky. 652 South Third St. 8 West Walnut, Louisville Home Phone Shawnee 1721 1000-100- h. Magdalene's. ship. Several hundred members of the order In Kansas are making arrangements to attend, having already applied for member- The Fourth Degree will be exemplified at Wichita, Kas., on Sunday, October 17, at 2 p. m., In the formei BOTH PHONES 810. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. & PAINTS, OILS AND VARNlSIIfcb RECEPTION FOR CLERGYMEN BOHLIGH ENGRAVING COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS LouIsvUlc, Ky S36 W. Main St., Homo Phone City 567 PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS VERIBEST MIXED PAINT STRASSEL-GAN- S PAINT CO. 213 AVest Market Street SHOE REPAIRING SLICED BACON AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING Having prepared himself for ten Griddle In the "All Ready for Your COMPANY years by going through college and "SOUTHERN STAR" MorningHAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) While Von Walt. SonlivUle, Xy. had Home Phone, City 6381 for. Old Shoca Made Sew. ' Work Don 114 West Market Street St. Patrick's church, Stlthton, Ky., for on that day Rev. Jacob Rahm, son of H. W. Rahm and his charming wife Emma, said his first mass. Last Thursday was a great day for" STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. THE PHIL. H0LLENBA0H CO. INCORPORATED Foundry and Machine Shop. GRAINGER & CO., Incorporated Tenth Street, Louisville, Ky. CASKETS AND Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASH PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazine Streets. CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION HOME KILLED MEATS FAIR MEAT MARKET STATE A Full Line of Fancy Groceries Both Phones Call and Give Us An Order WE SELL FOR CASH PLUMBING AND HEATING TRACTORS H. W. NEWMAN CON CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Estimates on All Classes of Werk Contracting Engineer, Steam and Both Phones Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing antral Concrete & Construction Co. Homo Office: 440 Second Street 961 Hamilton Avenua LOUISVILLE. KY. RITTER-HENNING- S CO. Grain. Pleez Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. i Receivers and SlUppcrs of Day and Manufacturers of Shur- - A. L. GUNN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER ICE CREAM SI Per Gallon, All Flavors 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 R. JEUNESSE Tho Place Where Old Clothes Are Made to Look Like Now." SPALDING DRY CLEANING PHONES 1887. PRINTING CO BUILDING CONTRACTOR 810 YORK STREET Pkouo South 1753 Louisville, Ky. ARTISTIC JOS. F. BOEHLER JEWELER FIRST CLASS WORK REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Give This Office Your Next Order 551 South Shelby Street 317 W. GREEN ST. Between Madison and Chestnut Home Phone, City 9469 Telephone City 946 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE 0ERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. later on tho 6emlnary, ho finally reached the goal so long striven Wednesday ho had been raised to the dignity of the Catholic priesthood by the Bishop of the diocese of Louisville, Right Rev. Denis O'Doag-huD. D., tho ceremoy taking placo at St. Mary Magdalen's church, this city. At 9 o'clock, the men of the1 parish forming a guard of honor, a number of acolytes preceding the procession, twenty clergymen following, the newly ordained priest, accompanied by his assistants, entered the church, the organ pealing forth in joyous strains. A large congregation greeted the procession. Coming to the altar the chanted a prayer to tho Holy Ghost, imploring mercy and benediction upon all present. Immediately thereafter the solemn high mass began. With marked precision the school children of St. Patrick's school rendered the music. The Re'v. J. S. Henry, of Cloverport, Ky., a former pastor of this church, preached a magnificent sermon on the Catholio priesthood; what the world at large, what the individual owes to It, though sneered at and maligned, it stands ever forth as a body of men continually working for the weal Offiand woe of their followman. cers of the mass were: Celebrant, Rev. Jacob iRahm; assistant priest, Rev. C. E. Rahm; deacon, Rev. Albert Thompson; Rev. John Fallon; master of ceremonies, Rev. John D. Kalaher. After the services the clergy, relatives and friends were entertained with dinner at the hospitable home of .Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Rahm. Tho following reverend fathers woro present: Rev. J. J. Abell, St. John, Ky.; Very Rev. Joseph iHogarty, Lebanon, Ky.; Rev. J. M. Abell, (Rev. Ky.; Rhodelia, Lucien Clements, Henshap, iKy.; Rev. George Prledrlch, Flaherty, Ky.; Rev. J. J. Pike, St. Mary's, Ky.; Rev. James Norman, IHardlnsburg, Ky.; Rev. L. Bernatta, D. D iLeltch-fielKy,; Rev. D. Autheman, D. D., Ceclllan, Ky.; Revs. F. J. Keller, C. (Brey, John D. Kalaher and John Fallon, Louisville. Ky.: (Rev. Albert Thompson, (Fancy (Farm, Ky.; Rev. C. IE. Rahm'Morganfleld, Ky.; Rev. R. C. Ruff, Stlthton, Ky.; iRov. (B. I. Doherty, Paynesville, Ky.; "Rev. J. S. Henry, Cloverport, Ky.; (Rev. frank Martin, Louisville, Ky. e, sub-deaco- n, d, The Knights of Trinidad have thrown open their club house to tho Catholic boys of Trinidad. They play pool and blllards and have other amusements. Tho hovs nnrpntn nrn delighted and expect much good to result as the boys are thus kept out of places where they slfould not go. Gov. Philip, of Wisconsin, delivFuneral Directors ered an address at the laying of the cornerstone of the $70,000 club Ho reiterated house at Milwaukee. Embalmers. the American principle of religious toleration and made a very strong esio he&hc:r speech and Inconcluslon said: "WhoTelonhoan 101V. ever says tho Catholic is not a good citizen does not know him. Tho Catholic Is made of the sort of stuff that built up a good Union army and I needed again would readily respond." The Kinghts at Enid, Okla., offered $1,000 reward to anyone who would provo that tho accusations NORTON BUILDING made by Roy Crane, tho faker who poses as an were true. The N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson money was placed In bank but no one has yet claimed it. The City Council of Enid passed an ordinance prohibiting Crauo from speaking on the streets ' but the "Christian" church took him in and he made his tlraufc to the Campbellltes. How Alexander Campbell would have sat down on Crane were he living in TTv'H't DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors X & McRUOTT and Embalmers I Homo City 209S H.BOSSESON and 1227 WEST JVIARKET STREET, avbjivxje) Climb. Main 200S-- a both rjaonB;s. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT MMmmmtmiwuuimHMMUvuuMMumvuuuiUMtvmw HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 Bast OMCain. Sar3t:. 6MVMVWMVWVUnVMiWWUUVMVVWMWWMM RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. THEO. BAKERY SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. 0. H. DIVISION 1. Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President William Cushlng. Clancy. Oklahoma. Financial Secretary j Edward Recording Secretary James P. Barry. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy. DIVISION 2. Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Kcefe. Recording Secretary John T. Keaney. Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Secretary Edward J. Hel-lo- n. Thomas Hannan. John P. DIVISION a. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at HiberPortland. nian Home, 1818-182- 0 President John M. Maloney. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. slon, Secretary' Recording Thomas Killeen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s AVilliam Jenninirs BrVan. former Secretary of State, recently bestowed great praise on tho Knights, highly endorsing the stand they took at their recent convention defining tlm Catholic position. In his paper, the commoner, Mr. Bryan said: "Tho Knights are to be commended also for protesting ncainst tho introduc tion of religious Issues Into politics wnetner to aid tho members of a church or to oppose them. Tho right to worship God according to tho dictates of one's conscience Is one of the Inalienable rights it must not bo Jeopardized by dragging religion into politics." The Newark Monitor says it falls to see what practical effects have followed tho work of tho Religious Prejudice Commission appointed by tho Knights of Columbus. The Catholic Citizen, of Milwaukee, hopes that Col. P. II. Callahan, of Louisville, will tell in detail what ho did with the $50,000 the K. nf C. sin. propriated for the purpose of fight ing the new A. P. Aism. It may be said in answer to tho first mentioned criticism that It would ho an im possibility to tell what offect tho many articles Col. Callahan and his associates have written In refutation of tho calumnies printed about The effect may come later on. At to what Col. Callahan did with that $50,000, the Catholic Citizen guesses right when it savs ho will be able to tell what became of it. Cath-olcs. WOLF SOMETHING NEW AND CONFECTIONERY (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor Heating ICE CREAM J. L. BROWNFIELD & CO. Home Phone Shawneo 1914 Steam and Hot Water Heating Special Prices to Lawn Fetes and 111 IT. THIRD STREET Picnics. Twenty-sixt- h Cumb. M. 1592 and Portland Aenuo Home Phone 784C JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER nnd PACKER WAGON OR VAN THOS. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGK Home Phone City 2325 West Walnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home 'Phone Shawnee 198G HENRY SCIIUII 1103 South Seventh Street Home Telephone 2147 Choice Staple nnd Fancy Groceries 1000 Zane Street Home Phone 1191 Hollenbach's Wine House KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprietor Meat and Vegetable Market Fine Teas and Coffee Butter a Specialty ARTHUR A. WILL Importer and Dealer In WINES AND 144 South Third Street CHARLES WILLMAN rLUMBER Home Phone City 139 C 1201 West Market Street Homo Phones Shawnee 592 and 593 Special Rates on Large Orders OTIE VELVET TIP ICE CREAM CO. Incorporated. ICE CREAM and SHERBETS $1.00 Per Gallon S. E. Cor. Twcnty-fourt- h and Row&a B. H. BUILDER 2131 Home Montgomery Street Phone Shawnee 1010 WM. ISGRIGG Jr. D. J. Dougherty. MERIT RECOGNIZED. Kale- - her. Sentinel Martin Thomas Noone. DIVISION 4. HOLY NAME SCHOOL. A JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. FRANK FEHR BREWING ISieOEPORATED Ca large class has been enrolled In Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. the commercial department of Holy Name school and this pioneer of President John H. Hennessy. business education in parochial Vice President Thomas Lynch. schools promises to have another Financial Secretary Thomas J. successful year. The students are Langan. KY, taught bookkeeping, Secretary John J. Recording stenography and typewriting for a tuition foe of Barry. $2 monthly. Treasurer iPat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far COLUMBUS DAY ESSAY. Council, roll. Brewers and Bottlers LOUTSVXLTLE. KT, ' In Memory of Mrs. Charles Dletz, Who Died September 21, 1914. GOES TO ROME. A wholo year has passed away, 1911 Home Phone Cumb. Phone West 191 Dearest, since last we saw you, THE The Very Rev. Doctor Kelley, Yet, Jt seems to us hut yesterday President of the Catholic Church Ex- Memory holds you ever In view. tension Society, sailed for Romo last week to carry with him tho decen- 'Twas au Tovolr aot farewell, nial reports of tho Society, which tho For wo honed sometime to meet: late Archbishop Qulgley had intend- Though our hearts with sorrow INCORPORATED ed to present to the Holy See personswell, ally this year. A special meeting of We'll ever keep your memory sweet. the Board of Governors was held after the lamented death of tho ONE CAUSE OF DIVORCE. Archbishop, and Dr. Kelley was Instructed 'to carry out the ArchbishJSaMI at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strengtb,esceUectfv A rather uncomplimentary report op's Intentions. At the same time, a report of the Mexican situation will was that of tho California CommisGRUBER & DEUSER, Manager, Louisville, Ky. be made before tho Pope. sion, organized for tho purpose of DUTIES OF SISTER OF MERCY. Inquiring into the preventing of divorces. Note the conclusion, tho TFRANW. To kneel and "worship, deep and, blarao is placed upon tho willingJOHN B. ness of inlnlsters to remarry dipure, To care the orphan, feed the poor, vorced persons, Something new. not at fill. This has been tho conTo speed on angel's wings below, Church And hover 'round the couch of tention! of tho Catholio woe, throughout Us history. The Catholic praest refuses to marry a diThe wayward sinner to xeclalm, God'B love and mercy to pro- vorces person. It goes farthor, It ( declines to recognize divorcee. claim, The ha not made To teach, to labor, nd to pray, 513 CLAY STREET. 50S, 510 Catholics knew tbli To point to feeaven, and to lead THJWOWH 2 IiOUISVUiTiM. KT. the way. all Ky. Knights of fittingly observe day, October 12, announces that an essay contest will be Inaugurated, open to students of all public and private schools In Louisville and Jeferson county. The subject of the essay will be "Columbus and Columbus Day," or some topic connected with either, to be selected by the writer, and no essay shall exceed 250 words in length. Two prizes will he offered, one of $25 in gold to the student from the high schools or any other school classified as a high school In Its work who submits the hest essay, and a first prize of $15 and second prize of $10. All essays must be written in Ink, upon legal oap paper, on one side only, and should contain the name and address of tho writer, and also of his or her teacher, the grade and the school which he or she attends. Such essays will be forwarded on or before October 4, 1915, to Mr. T, I). Leahy, Chairman, 810 South Fourth avenue, Louisville, Columbus, Columbus Louisville Sentinel M. J. McDermott. to Y. ILL h. 3IAOIUN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtMurphy. Vice President Martin Second P. Schadd. Treasurer George J. Thornton. Financial Secretary A. C. Link. First President John J. Lynn. Vice President John W. Recording Secretary Buckel. William G. Marshal Harry Alberts. Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfeif-fe-r. Barry. Executive Committee Frank Gj Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank; Goller, A. W. Andrlot, John R. IN MEMORIA5I. WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Kentucky Irish Amorican, GentleSHEET METAL CONTRACTOR men: .For years past I have been a 4103 Henry Street steady reader of tho Kentucky Irish American, and noted with pleasure Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-and admiration its laudable policy of uprightness and fair dealing, HODAPP & MILLER politically and otherwise tho welfare of citizens In general and did not shirk to maintain those sterling Wholesalo Manufacturers of principles so dear to the heart of every true American. Your political HARNESS t AND STRAP WORK article headed "Campaign" In your Cumb. Phone M. last issue was timely, forcible and South Seventh Street, Louisville so hrimful of logic as to tho duties which devolve upon the leaders of M. J. WALLSniELD party the disaptho Democratic proval of further ruinous bickering CLEANER AND DYER OF LADIES' of Woodson and Watterson as a pre- AND GENTS' WEARING APPAREL liminary to the campaign, being so Home Phone 3117 detrimental to success ere the ides Cumb. Phone S. 1640 people of November will that surely agree with the admonition Seventh and Onk Streets contained therein. Tho duplicity of in the editor of the Courier-JournX JSP XJ politics for years Is well known, and EC tho old disdainful cynic's sphere of 2121 Osage Avcnuo usefulness to any party has gone to GUARANTEED oblivion. Now that the "General" $2.00 PIANO TUNING $2.00 editor of tho Times has been proREPAIRING moted to a higher rank In politics Phone Shawneo 1253 it Is presumed he will give better service to the party and that he will not desert Stanley before election as 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS ho deceitfully betrayed McDermott MANUFACTURERS before tho primary. I have gleaned from men high in politics and well Louisvillo Made Furnaces Informed Democrats and others S. Ninth St. Is tho concurrent opinion of and it all thoso whom the writer has con- Home Phone City 2542 versed Tvith that for honesty In principle and support of candidates O. V. BENDER of its party the Kentucky Irish JERSEY DAIRY Amorican is ono newspaper in Louis Ice Cream Manufacturer ville that always can be depended Special Prices to Churches and upon. Such Is tho honest and true Picnics verdict of tho people, gentlemen, Both Phones and 'I congratulate you. First nnd College Streets DEMOCRAT. Louisville, Ky. L. BUETER SURGEON VETERINARY HORSE SHOEING 11G SOUTH FIRST STREET Home Phone, City 2365 1004-A-11- 0 Cumb. S. 981 Home, City 981 MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF 963 SOUTH THIRD STREET AND CATERESft CONFECTIONER Weddings and Parties Given Special Attention Charles Wolf, Manager SOUTH LOUISVILLE SAVINGS AND DEPOSIT BANK O S O Fourth nnd Central Avenue Interest Paid On Time Deposits Wo Solicit Your Business Home rhono City G813 210-22- 2 CHT AND LINOLEUM LAYER 220 South Eighth St. HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY. 5c 5c THE $1.00 BOX DELUXE Clay Street Brewery and WALTERS' I I anyjUB n Callornla-jflsimlssio- Holy Rosary Academy and Com (our Saturday Special is DRINK mercial School reopened .on Tuesday, 7, at tho new site. Fourth September the most remarkable owei ayenue, near Park, with a registravalue obtainable. tion which gives promise of hitherto unequalled prosperity. This instituOther BOXES DIJ MJXK tion under tho Instruction and diat $2.00. and $3.00. Sisters, CouponH with every purrection of the Dominican fonmerly located on West Ormsby ' chase. avenue, has for many years proved Place Your OrdrS Friday fori ts efficiency Jn all that tends to Delivery aatnrday. promoto tho welfare, physical and presintellectual of Its pupils. Tho ent site Is desirable, Good! Gee But and offers all tho advantages INCORPORATED peculiar to the needs and tho success THE FLOWERS SHOP of a school of this kind and type. 5SO S. FOURTH X The completeness of the general AT FOUNTAINS AND CAFES courso Is well known to the public. Beidefl the regular elementary and REALLY FINE RELISH. CATHOLICS IN, secondary coursea provided, this offers thorough training In Grate an apple Into your horseThere are now music and art to persons desiring to avail iUisBwelTetf of such veoomplleh- - radish and you will have a really ollc members of. fine rHli. British House meiue. rl Citra-Col- a well-equipp- ed Its JACOB SCHUL , V jsj!EN:rsxjGrsr irish AJbdu&T&xQAisp WOI limilHWUHMMIIMIHIIlll CASINO AND ORPHEUM DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO HMItHtWW HERMAK STRAUS POURTH AVEHUg tvcmPOVArro SONS TtARKCT STREET . J ' m. --i j; quick: meal GAS RANGE 9w33C&ZJChI r These a e the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctlons, historic, dramatic and comic. AUTUMN MEETING OF EIGHT DAYS Beginning Monday, September 20 Ending Tuesday, September 28 I "'?' I HH the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least possible amount of gas. It is made to last. Inaugural Handicap,. mile and a sixteenth, $2,000 added, Monday, September 20. f Beechmont Stakes (Selling), $1,500 added, five and furlongs, Saturday, September 25. The Louisville Cup, $2,500 added, two miles, Tuesday, September 28. Admission $1.50 and $1.00 Reduced Railroad Rates The most popular cooking device in First Race at 2:15 P. M. ' one-hal- STAKE DATES. Colored Wash Fabrics THAT APPEAL ESPECIALLY TO Mothers With School Girls t 19c Fancy Scotch 12 l-2- IRELAND. Xccord of ho Most COMINGr EVENTS. Plaids Manchester Percales 12 l-2- GEHER & SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET. Important tho Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. September 24 Euchre and lotto at Bertrand Hall, afternoon and evening. of September 24 Euchro nnd lotto, What They Have Been Doing tho Past Week General St. Agnes' parish, Newburg road News Notes. and Speed avenue, afternoon and evening. HIBERNIANS. c. c. ' X Fancy Scotch Plaid Suiting in a good wool finish; quality suitable) for making pretty school dresses. Tho fegulnr prlco of this suiting Is 19c; special, per yard 12&c J 40c Waffle Cloth Suiting 25c. 36-in- ch Manchester Percales are the very best to be had; tho colors aro ' ' strictly fast. We havo a large line of new shirt and dress styles; both dark and light colorings; all first quality; salo price, per yard i2Hc :: '. '. ', ', eM$s$$$x$$ Queen Cooker 3 Enameled Pieces Frei With 1 Pound Mixed Tea at 3-q- t. 60c Patrick Glynn, of Blako Hill, has been sworn In as a Magistrate lor the County of Mayo. At a meeting of tho Mayo County Council iM. J. Wanley was appointed AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. 25c Fancy Suiting 12 l-- 2c Tho Mnlloy nun is in your neighborhood every week I'lione ua nnd have him call. I 12 Linon Cheviots Danish Poplar The A. O. H. of Omaha enterCloth 25c 10c tained the brother members who Danish Poplar Cloth Is a half were delegates to the National ConShirting Cheviots; extra strong wool material and 36 Inches wide; vention of Letter Carrlors In Omaha quality; suitable for making boys' makes warm and comfortable lecently. President O'Donnell, of waists and shirts; all fast colored dresses for tho children. Wo have tho Ohio A. O. H was among those stripe patterns; sale price, per a full range of shades ifor your who responded to toasts on behalf of yard 10c selection; sale prlco, por yard. 25c tho visitors. Shepherd Check Suit- New Amoskeag Dress 10c Although tho State parade, athletic field day and convention of the ing 15c. Ginghams 10c. A. O. H. of New York will not be 'Bookfold Shepherd Check SuitJust received our now fall lines hold until August 22, 1916, arrangeing; In black and white; also of Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, In ments aro already being made for fancy combination colored checks, a beautiful assortment of new tho event. Tho meeting will bo hold h quality plaids, checks and stripes, in an in a splendid In MIddletown, one of the finest that sells regularly at 19c; sale endless range of pretty colorings; places in tho State. price, per yard 15c salo price, por yard 10c Tho membership of the A. O. II. is now 150,000 and the Ladies' Auxiliary 70,000. This large body We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates 12, 1914. of Intelligent men and women must Soptembor 23, 1805-T- he Bev. Paul have a largo influence in the affairs frH,4"iK4'ftfrfrfr"l"-&-- 4 McQuado ordained in Canada; la- of tho country aside from charity "The Inbored in Albany, N. Y., from 1813 and mutual benefit. HOME PHONE CITY 3238 to 1817; according to tradition ho creased zeal and activity of the or- DAN J. HENNESSY EDW. A. AXMAN celebrated the first mass in New- der," says tho Irish Standard, has ark, N. J., in an old stono houso shown Itself In a marked degree MIDSUMMER WEAR A SPECIALTY. corner of High and Orango throughout tho world In the past year. Tho members of tho Order streets. September 24, 1865 Tho Right Rev. realize that thero Is more to do in Peter Joseph Lavlalle consecrat- these later days than they had over These aro tho consideraed third Bishop of Louisville; supposed. born in Lavlalle, France, In 1820; tion which havo quickened tho Imordained at Louisville in 1844; pulses nnd prompted tho growth of died May 11 1867, and interred HIbernlanIsm In such a marked dein crypt of tho Cathedral of tho gree within the past year." UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street Mrs. Ellen Ryan Jolly, National Assumption, Louisville. September 25, 1870 Conescratlon of President of tho Ladles' Auxiliary, tho Right Rov. Patrick T. is at St. Mary's College, South Bend, MWWVttMWWMWMmmWWMWWWVWVMMVV1 O'Reilly as first Bishop of Spring- Ind., in tho Interest of tho movefield, Mass., at the ago of thirty-seve- ment launched by the auxiliary to then tho youngest Bishop erect a monument to tho nuns who in tho United States; born in served as nurses during the civil County Cavan, Ireland, December war. "I wanted to visit tho homo 1833; ordained by Bishop Bacon, which sent 80 Sisters to tho wnr" Aupgust 15, 1857; died May 28, said Mrs. Jolly, who lives in R. I. "I havo visited tho 1892. community 'cemetery where 59 of theso Sisters He." It Is hoped to BACK UP REICHERT, erect tho monument at Arlington Labels good for picture show tickets, anv kind of passes a bill Tho Twin City Baseball Leaguo at Heights, If Congress its last meeting unanimously ap- granting permission. Thero were six trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried $ proved the stand of Capt. Frank A orders of nuns which sent Sisters to in our premium rooms. Relchort, Its representative in tho the war, flvo bosldo the Sisters of tho local Amateur Federation, who re- Holy Cross. A per capita tax is now MMVMMUMMVMMMtHMHHMHmmVWMVWVHmMHHWM OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Tt fnlla fn rrlvo H.atlRfnp.tion. signed because of linnoo the stand taken by being collected in the auxiliaries for tho monument and tho ladies who J, UI1U 'LUO jjuuui vju vui mucin jjuaiu HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. belong in Loulsvlllo aro much inter- WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS has been asked to horn a sworn in- vestigation ested In tho movement. WORKS m&$z&biix 13th r.dBrcck. and Magnolia Avo., Bet. 9th and lOth. .. .Tnmoo Tlrliv , nf TIpperary, has National President Joseph E. .... ...........j.. .TT Mw.fc. ..... jj t 4t McLaughlin fir'H'ITi'U'rn'n r t"t"l"t""t"t"t"i"l""f'i"l"l"i"i"llltl passed tho final engineering exam attended the annual summer night festival of New York ination In tho National University, County accompanied by National DiMichael Kirby has passed Dublin. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of rector MyJes McPartland. It was tho Assistant Surveyorshlp examination, taking fifth place in all Irethe most successful social function over held in New York. land. Both are sons of Michael President Klrby, of TIpperary. McLaughlin said In an Interesting liadics'JSuits Cleaned and Pressed $1.00 Tho IRlver Shannon overflowed address that there was not a single Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned nnd Pressed 1.00 particularly In tho grievance or dlssention in tho order tho lowlands, Gentlemen's Palm Ucncli Suits Cleaned and Pressed. . .COc doing great County Roscommon, Extra Pale Lager today with the exception of Now Peerless Common Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed 25c damage to crops. Some of tho roads York City. However, tho County President had Informed him that tho Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, even so flooded that communication was cub off between towns and outlook Is very promising for all to and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. traffic had to be conducted In boats conform to the laws of the State PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59 Cumberland West 69. to avoid long circuitous routes. and national bodies. President Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. At a meeting of the Kilkenny McLaughlin referred to tho bigotry Spring obBoard of 'Guardians M. which was now sweeping the counjected to an address of welcome betry. "Those who hate us because we Horn. City 3101 Cuuib. South OOG-ing presented to Messrs. Redmond are or because we and Devlin, saying that when hq are Catholics, must be ignorant of proposed that an address bo pretho part wo played in this land," & sented to Mr. Swift McNeill, "who ho said, and In conclusion: "If this was a better Irishman," he was cried country should become involved in INCORPORATED. CAPT. F. A. REICHBRT. down. this great conflict of nations, that That you spent for something you did not NEKD would have started jjj Council the Federation in allowing certain we, whether we are hyphenated or Tho Carlow Urban District SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED ijtt Quality strongly players to take part in the elimina- not, will bo found where our forerecently passed resolutions Coal. condemning tho conduct of His tion series for the city championship. fathers stood, shoulder to shoulder twice a year; There MAY COME a time when yJar "LAST DOLLAR" Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue MaJesty'B soldiers In wantonlngly The Champs, winners of the Twin with our American brothers, know most be spent for sometblag you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the and unproklngly assaulting a num- City pennant and last year's city ing no flag but the one tho Stars ber of Christian iBrothors at Belfort. champions will therefore not take and Stripes." dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. A copy of tho resolutions was Tead part in tho local contests. to Lord Kitchner, John Redmond PAYNE STUEET SEWEIt. and (Premier Asqulth. VISIT RELATIVES. AgriThe Gowna Hon. Georgo B. Barrett, Reprecultural and Dairy Society, County Mr. and Mrs. William M. HIggins sentative from the Forty-fift- h LegisCavan, has unanimously passed a havo been on a visit to relatives this lative district, called upon tho Board strongly protesting past ten days in Now York State, of Public "Works this past week In resolution against tho action of tho department visiting in Syracuse and Utica, whero the interest of a number of his conFifth and Court Place. In threatening to cut down tho grant Mr. HIggins' brothor, Rev. John J. stituents who want a sower through Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. protec- HIggins is pastor of St. Agnes' Payne street. Tho allocated by that body to the We're Prepared to Do It Promptly Board members tion of tho Irish creamery and butter Church: They made a stop-ovpromised WTMt'MMjiUfciijr First-Clas- s Industry especially at the present visit in Cincinnati last Sunday, suggestion.favorable action on tho and in Style. tlmo, when It must already affect where they spent tho day with industry. friends. tho great EUCHRE AND LOTTO. by Tho stonebrcakers employed tho Mldleton Urban Council aro out SODALITY EUCHRE. The first of tho fall series of euon strike. Tho (Urban Council rechre and lottos will bo given by tho cently opened a now quarry and ofThe Young ladles' Sodality of Church Debt and Building Fund of fered to1 pay the men Is. 2d. per 'ton St. Agnes' parish will entertain with St. Louis Bertrand's Church next for next 2 had breaking, the came prlco that a ouchro and lotto in Friday after- Friday afternoon and evening in prevailed. Tho men said tho noon and evening the school hall, near Cards, Bill Heads, Letter Heads, stone from tho new quarry was Newburg road and Speed avenue. In Bertrand Hall, Sixth street, novol Many handsome and Oak. and they could "not make a addition to the games lunch and re- prizes havo been left over from tho harder Circulars, Dodgers, Etc. living breaking stone at Is.' 2d. per freshments will foe served. The pro recent lawn ton. The council thinks the old ceeds will 1)0 used in defraying the awarded tho feto and those will bo m Dance and Wedding Invitations games price ample. expenses of tho new addition to tho will be called winners. Tho at 2:30 and 8:30 Tho Six "Mllo river in Antrim rose school building. Games will be sharp. a Specialty. to a greater height than the oldest called at 2:30 and 8 o'clock. HOME PHONE 946. inhabitant Temembers on August 14. BANANAS. CHARITABLE REQUESTS. The sewers of Carrigfergus were In her last will, filed for choked, barns were struck by lightIt is said that tho best way to ning and live stock and fowl were in the County Court Monday, eat bananas, which are now so drowned in the torrents which Mrs Anna Muenninghoff btequeaths common a diet. Is to crush them swept through tho- small streams. In $25 each to St. AugUBtlne's Colored with a fork, squeeze a lime or lemon g place the water Invaded Church and St. Vincent 6ve Paul over1 them and sprinkle them with, vira'3P QRKejsw the house to a depth of two feet. Society. Magistrate Joseph sugar. They are often eaten thla Tains fell all over Ireland At the way in the tropics and found to be is made j HttWMMtMMMMM .Augart. will. delicious. IBHMDR. J. ffllslrv IP. laborers' cottages, erected under tho preesnt scheme, shall be six shillings per month each. At the Newry Perk Market tho exceedingly high price of 77s. Gp. was freely paid for pork, there being a good supply, but not sufficient ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account to .meet tho demand, and tho market was quickly depleted. with this safe, conservative, "When searched at New Ross Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more C0 in small silver wore at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 found upon an old man who had per cent. No cost to you whatever. been an object of charity and out The same courteous attention given the door relief for the past five years in depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. the County Wexord. James Lowe, a draper's assistant, was remanded at tho Belfort Police Court on tho charge of "using lan Under the Bid Clock Second nnd MnrJtet guage likely to cause disaffection." State Government Supervision. Probably ho had been reading Dean Swift's "Tho Draper's 'Letters." &$&$$$G4$Q&&& At a meeting of the Naas Board of Guardians Dr. Crinlon was elected x-.:-. : Dispensary Medical Officer for Balleymore-EustacCounty in place of Dr. Ingram, resigned. Hls salary was fixed at 125 for six months. The Limorick Guardians, by nlno to six votes, resolved to present an M v Est if address to tho Lord Lieutenant on &vm M. T. Bourke his Visit to Adare. proposed a direct negative. "The 713-71- 5 present war," he said, "was a reign SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 1 of terror In Ireland." Te!phon8J-CuHome, City 2399. S. 299a. $ A notice from the shopkeeeprs of M'v4M10vKKKKKK:-frC"9has beenr published declaring their Intention of abandoning the custom of giving H1 1 1 1 iH..I..t..!..H..H..M..M..I.i.l..H..n..nl....,n.,l.i,.tn,lilli li,.i.4..;..1.l. Christmas boxes owing to tho InM. J. BANNOH, P. BANNON, JR., LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAN, crease of taxation and trading ex penses caused by tho war. Vice Pret. I Treas. Pre:. & Mgr. Secretary. w j. Pigs at Castlerea Fair reached tho high price of 80s. to 82s. per cwt., n record for that fair or for County Roscommon. At Tulsk, In the samo county, James Stroker got 31 each for three superior cattle and Mr. Sewer and Calvert Pipe, Payno sold eighteen head at 28 Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, 10s. each. Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Vitrified BricK, The TIpperary Farmers Society Fire Proofing, Floe Lining, Fire BricK has protested against the coat of Grate and Boiler Tile, Gronnd Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. 3,000 involved In the electric lighting plant in the TIpperary Work-BOTH PHONES 1323-21- JOHN JMC. MXJX,3LVO Y 2 W. MARKET ST. Igoe. room of It was announced at a meeting of By James A. Rooney, LL. D. tho 'County Fermanagh Agricultural September 19, 1802 First house in department had Committee that tho America of the missionaries of La 1,299 to reduced tho grant from Saletto founded In tho old episco872. pal residence on Collins street, The Belleek District 'Council has Hartford, Conn., on Invitation of decided that the rents of tho Bishop McMahon, by Fathers Pe-- ?400,000. Timely Record of Some Memor- .ablo Events in the Catholic History of America. rato collector for Knockmore, in tho Mary Agnes Mahan makes a plea Waffle Suiting In a for woman suffrage In The Hiberbeautiful lino of fancy check de-nian, Boston. Sho argues that it signs. Splendid weight for fall should obtain In Massachusetts, and and winter wear; sells regularly pleads wlh men of tho Irish race at 40c; special, per yard..."oc to vote for woman suffrage at the next election. Z 2,000 Yards of Gingham Tho A. O. H. took a prominent Remnants 8c. part In tho dedication of the new Now Fall Dress Ginghams, in St. Joseph's Hospital at Tacoma, Wash. Bishop O'Dea performed tho X short mill lengths from 2 to 8 yards, and large variety of plaids impresslvo ceremony and Michael to select from; values up to Dowd, County President, was master c; sale price, per yard. . . .8c 12 of ceremonies. The hospital cost j I Your choice of one lot of Fancy auuing, in rancy Scotch plaids twiu diiiic3, uittu buiuu yiuiu cul- ors. Splendid weight and quality lor making school dresses; values up to 25c; salo price, per yard A Kiddie Cloth 15c. 12c Sixty-one-year-o- ld ry German Insurance BanK Joseph Vignon; now college dedicated by Bishop Tlorney, September 19, 1896. September 20, 1697 Death at Quebec of Father Claude Dablon, S. J.; born at Dieppe February 1C18; sent as missionary to Canada in 1G55; founded tho mission of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., In 16G8; Superior General of tho Jesuit missions 1G70 to 1G93. September 22, 1846 Father William B. Nyhan born in Cork, Ire land; member of first class of St. Joseph's, Troy, N. Y., when It opened in 1864; Prof. Gabriels once his teacher, as Bishop of Odgcnsburg pronounced tho final absolution at his funeral, March ter Pajot and I I l-- This is one of the strongest and most dtfrablo wash materials for making school dresses and waists. Comes in a largo variety of stripes and plain colorings; salo price, por yard ice 2c I wool-finis- ttt m T. chawk! 0 e, Kll-dar- e, Veterinary Infirmary. mb., Hennessy Axman Ill mM POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Carrick-on-Shann- on .i n, BANNON PIPE CO. Paw-tuck- et, Tip Top Oread Pure. Guaranteed 100 573-178- 6. ........ j-- ................... ............... I - FALL CITY BEER Y THE MASTER CLEANER AND DYER . hjPXTIjS" The Last Dollar Puis Cleaning and Dyeing' Co. Irish-America- DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. I I Best Pittsburg and Jellico $ Ky. Title Savings Bank WEWANTYOURWORK and Trust Co. am 32 er food-produci- ng PRINTING I no BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY pro-ba- to TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IT IS ALWAYS PURE. strbbt. - low-lyin- V ii Jta, eflr Muen-nlngho- ff H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Hy, IMMMMN