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Kentucky Irish American: August 26, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916082601_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: August 26, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUT SITAT " YOUR IN PITE AND SMOKE THt PRIDE H or bun rACTOHY If" IT Kentucky Irish American NO. 9. Sunday and Its attack on Bishop Homer C. Stuntz, Methodist, for proposing to evangelize South and Central America", which have been In the Catholic zone of influence for Bishop many years. Last April Stuntz made a pathetic appeal to United of the rich Protestants States to save the South American He apCatholics from perdition. pealed for some of the millions that are wasted on the pagans of China and India. Concluding Chairman Feeney said: "Our friend Billy Sunday who wisely said he could never make a good Protestant out of a bad Catholic, could induce more Methodists to hit tho trail here In a week's campaign than 'Bishop Stuntz could bring to the mourner's bench in South America EI Nomi -- Wilkoe t Union Mads Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, v 1ST16. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 9 , nations, offering solace and counsel to all alike- - a lonely pathetic figure like Christ begging the world to listen that he may heal all and help all. The worl'd knows the truth today or tho position of the Pope In relation to all the nations. Not another vord Is needed. In Despair Call Upon ItoosovcltV Opens in St. Patrick's Cathedral Our country Ihe land which, r l.. i iu mtcu vi ii.. Jiuyiies iiiu above all others we love most God With Notahlc Gathering keep you, free from such enemies, Campaign. Present. tho worst of all that confronts you, whose hate would rob your most faithful sons of that for which they lovo you liberty, tiue liberty, Rough Rider's Speeches to ConDr Peter S. Ganz blessed Holy Liberty tho freedom sist of attacks On Hypheto worship God. Beyond our lives to the Office of Vice we love our faith, and with these nates. President. same lives wo stand ready to defend the land which gives us llbe'rty. These aie the sentiments of every Catholic throughout the land; these Democratic Campaign CommitBishop Stuntz JBoston Delegate Causes Excite In a hundred years. time, likewise the sentiments of every member of Is wasting valuable tee to Adopt Method of the the Catholic Federation of America. ment and Goes For Col; Pat good American dollars. Come back It is that these sentiments may be Local Organization. to your homo town, Brother Stuntz, better understood and more widely Callahan. and get busy on the backsliders." known that the federation exists a 'minimum of Establishment and works and strives. wage fjr all workers, was urged at There is but one thing in all this 'meeting, when the social service world that for these millions of SHERLEY'S ELECTION ASSURED GOOD RESULTS WILL FOLLOW the speakers were Bishop Muldoon, toileis can lighten their burden and Rockford, 111.; tho Rev. Edwin V. lessen tho weight of their labor. It O'Hara, Chairman of the Oregon is that sacred light shining through State Commission on the Minimum the gloom of the workman's life Becoming frightened at the fizWll l. " " Three princes of the Catholic Wage, and the Rev. John A. Ryan, which converts his heavy burden zle of the Hughes campaign tour church, the Papal Delegate to the uf the Catholic University, THOMAS', into a joyous hope. It is that ST. INDIES, DANISH WEST D. C. United States, the Papal Nuncio to sacred spark of heavenly life, and realizing that the Republican may soon come into the possession of Jhe United States. Negotiations for the purchase of tho Brazil, scores of Bishops and other its which West is losing The convention completed which amid all the benumbing petti- nominee for President uAder from dignitaries, several hundred priests wVirk Wednesday, John Danishprice of Indiessum of Denmark have been adreed way for several years, and It Is said that a pur- ness of a Sordid Hfo gives him the ground dally, the Republican Camwhen upon. .the $25t,000,000 has been chase and thousands of layjwen partici- "tfhelan, of New York, the Presicourage and the spirit of life, his paign Committee, against their will, pated in the celebratic "of the sol- dent and all other officers were eyes to the, level of every man, have been forced to bring Roosevelt emn pontifical high mass at St. PatThe effy fs lill of soldiers and except Joseph T. Bren-nahowever far above him, with a sure in the limelight, and the latter will policemen andl martial law rules. Sunday that Cathedral rick's sense of fundamental equality. It is begin his speaking tour next Thursof Boston, Sixth Vice PresiOn Sunday eVlning lnarked' the formal opening in New dent, who was succeeded by Dr. in Sackville the knowledge that he is a man as day, his first speech be'lng made at Yoik City of the fifteenth annual Peter S. Ganz, bffr Louisville. The street people .jwere singing "Who any other man whatever his station; Lewiston, Maine. After extending convention of the A'merican Federa- convention will ymeet Fears to SpeaM of Easter Wgek" to In Kansas that he Is neither chattel, nor thing, the invitation to the Roifgh Rldor tion of Catholic Societies and the "City next year. Tho final session the air of tjli rebel song," "Who nor .possession, but an individual, a the Republican Campaign Commitsixty-firn annual convention of the was enlivened by an unexpected person, free In body, in mind and tee became when National Federation of German exchange of opinions concerning tho Eileen Moore Spends Three I have lived In America for flf- - Cardinal O'Conncll's Address at heait; in a. word, the one thing that Ropsevelt announced that he was teen years. Catholics. If he young men and the boy that would nut the "nunch" It was estimated that urn.., v- -. constitutes his earthly happiness is attitude toward Cathi. Weeks in Old Land in War I .itnl JJAF13 11 il t AUilW In more than 8,000 persons ciowdeil olics. M3ol. Patrick Henry CallaIn1 his freedom. That is the wealth In the campaign and that on next iiuiiiLU All iii3 iiruni ii iivi ifi i Into tho Cathedral, while twice at han, of Louisville, declared that Ireland read Jfmerlcan history and Time. Mcetim dear to the human heart boyond Thursday he will lake the hyphenmany more congregated outside to the pro tried to model their short-live- d portion all the kingdoms of the world. And ates from a to Izzard, meaning that view tho procession which preceded of tho citizens of tho country are visional government- - on the lines of 'that, more than all .else, Infinitely he will deliver a tirade of Insults the mass. At the opening of the fair In the treatment of tho Caththe American .Declaration of Indepeomore than all the treasures of this against the ceremonies, Monsignor Michael J. olic sixth. Joseph T. Brennnn, of Arrives in Now York and Tells pendence. A aopy of tho Immortal Answers Once and Forever Ac- country, is the very heart and core ple for daring to oven sympathize Lavelle, rector of the Cathedral, Boston, after creating some little document was framed in the school of the love we all bear for America. with the land of their forefathers. of Her Experience in cusations Made Against read a message from Cardinal of St. Enda, presided over by ' the It is because America is the home-o- Anyway It Is a certainty that tho excitement in demanding an oppor Papal Secretary of State; in tunity to reply, said: executed P. HjPearse, President of freemen and because over all Kougn Kider will break loose and Dublin. Catholics. which he said: government. the week-ol- d Thero alike waves her sacred banner of the noor G. O. P. will bn hetwpn "With all due respect to this Is much curiosity among all classes "The Holy Father will watch liberty that we love her with a love the devil and the deep blue sea. On. gentleman, what he says with a loving and paternal eye the prominent That talk about tolerance in Dublin as tothe extent of Amerinext only to that we owe the king- the one httnd Hughes is delivering is SILLY. Federation of Catholic Societies of Is soft soap. I can speak officially Indignation Expressed can sympathy or inteiest campaign speeches without making tho Over revolution. Messrs. Murphyin and Love America With a Loo Next dom of God. the United States, holding their an- for Massachusetts only, but there any impression except that of disOnly to the Kingdom of nual convention. He sends earnest the appointing tho people, who expected Treatment Accorded AVomcn Gill, of tho Anferican Relief ComJUBILEE A SUCCESS. are not wishes that their friendly discus- fair to the Catholics. mittee, are at tho Hotel Gresham, the orations of a statesman, but to There we Prlsioners. God. sions shall accomplish much for the spend ?4, 000, 000 a year for tbo successfully consolidating the work With all the solemnity In keeping date have heard nothing but tho welfaie and honor of the Catholic of the several lellef committees, and of a petty poliwith a Catholic celebration, and campaign talks name in your favored land. And maintenance of institutions and the wljl arrive In New York August 10. all the dignity of a social reunion, tician. resentment-jrihoping for the most consol- State pays nothing. And why tolerwhile On the other Deep shown in Dublin hand Roosevelt four-da- y golden jubilee' of . tho ing results from your concord, ac- ance? We are Americans with the CITY IS FILLED WITH SOLDIERS over the refusals of tho Government THE CATHOLIC CIVIL ALLEGIANCE the will come out strong with circus foundation of the Convent pi the oratory, insulting right to be .here and need no tolertivity and wisdom, he grants most to pormlt thei landing of Thomas everyone who and Good Shepherd, Twenty-thir-d heartily the apostolic benediction to ance and accept none." Hughes Kelly, M New York, TreasBank, ended Monday with solemn won't agree with him, and is certhe federation and to all who take urer of the Irih Relief Committee, renuiem hlch mass for the deDarted tain to causo greatet dissatisfaction MACKIN COUNCIL. part In it." Addressing the monster Catholic. Rlsters. nhlldran anil benefactors. among the Progressives, who are Following is one of a series of and his associate,- - Joseph Smlthof Lowell, American and Papal flags were 'are' practically Federation massT meetlngtlnNeV "celebrated by the Rev. John Vallely. not falling all over themselves to ' Proolrlont Sflh Wnhhtmh and the- articles written by Eileen Moore for Drisoners Mnss.,.Hrho PhllsuJelnhlsT'-ftt- i hung above tho Cathedral Entrance, on ofeCnarpv nnil Rioters worn line up with Hughes. The latter Council were the Irish Press and News Service, .Liyerpo oI&TJAjlcaafielgatej5 YorlCSundav?Mleh(-- 'nnVrHnnlitri'f'ftrit; n if officers of Mackln re, sure, to be .censured by with great streamers of yellow and class agreeably surprised, with thcUirgeji ln..whlclu..sho xptatesAtho atory of. at 'DubMn'emriPra,:toHe&oH1 white, the Papal colors, suspended i vol n f Vtn ir J.... h! mu her three weeks' experience in Ire? " .'. 'uuu from each arch inside. High above auenuuuee muuuuj uihiu, mien him twice uauy to tn? military autnori-tie- s rr;"". iu :L "V "lu","?"Jl.oou':i"'" of their own and not ..following?:: mo r .. Felten. Su insinuations mcni all the decorations hung the red Rav. Father Fiancis present and land In war time;. . and are subject to constant uiiauEi v hniA. Tlin rowii..j ire- tne minion mass ,.,ana ,onM,o,i nev. v..io... iu leunzu mat tl, rmenf i,i. ni.u.. premo Chaplain, was 1 ai rived in New York on August his betrayal of the Bull Moose party hat of the late Cardinal McCIoskey, If, because a citizen is a Cath-- 1 sermon, when thirty-fiv- e auaress mat. arousea 12 after three weeks' stay in Dub- espionage. Sisters and was their suspended from the arched ceiling delivered anfeeling principal grievance. ollc, a thousand plausible pretexts thirty-sevee enthusiasm. lin. Dublin is seething with reand of tho clergy were over the chancel. Three temporary much good The situation in California Is pretty RECENT DEATHS. set out to discard him and dis- - ent commitDrills and recitations canopied near a criterion to go were thrones erected Reports of Secretaries and admin- bellion. This fact Is made evident him in your programme for date Hughes went thereby. Candiwithin the chancel for Cardinals tees showed that the present support to the stranger by the general wearthis past Funeral services over the re your courts, you are cabinets and ured Saturday's with not keeping friends and benefactors of the Gibbons and O'Connell and Arch- istration Is meeting,year will close ing of the Republican badge. Every mains of Earl Bernard Lenahan, the srfubbed Gov. Hlrani Johnson, contract; this Is not liberty, vent, but the guest of honor was week,moi or and success and the 'second man, woman and child is bishop Bonzano, Papal Delegate to with n RinnrlRfi record. Will Link. the Progressives, and . .. son of Patrick and ... Vnil Dtnilfl Y19 Innnilitn ....1.11,. .. - ' It jv.u t. tne wno is Still flaunting the tiicolor a tiny inamvu tho United States. Cardinal Farley, Sheridan Lenahan, 1828 der yourwim uj eyes, yes, wiiue uii Motner 1'rovinciai Aioysius, Shepherd when beseeched to compel the Revery through at the head of all Good George Thornton and others urged knot of orange, green and white Mary publicans of who sang the mass, occupied the State to give memnersnip cam- ribbon. Thero is another thing that Tyler avenue, were held Wednesday your very malls, which we 'pay for, homes in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio Progressives thateven break In tho permanent throne within the chan- interest in the big an that afternoon at St. Patrick's church. we are Insulted, scurVulously ma- and Kentucky. Sunday's celebrainitiation that strikes the stranger In Dublin paign and the section he fuither widened cel. Lay delegates led the procestho takes place this fall. Announce- unmistakeable poverty of Its peo- The bereaved parents have the sym ligned and openly vilified, then 'you tion started with a Gregorian mass breach In hla first speech by saying sion into the Cathedral and several ment was made of tho death of ple. To walk through the city and pathy of many friends and ac- are not keeping your contract that In the morning, which later was ho would not interfere with petty hundred priests In black cassocks is not liberty. You are only number of quaintances. by a homo for all and white surplices lined the center George Koertner and a committee note the excessive reso- wretchedly clad women with chilwounding the hand, the strongest followed members of feast convent. pontics. Chester Howell, the Repub tho of California, aisle while the Cardinals, Arch- was named to draft memoilal interMiss Julia Tally, daughter of hand held out to help you; you present especially honored on this lican leader next day, Spme quiet but effective dren in their arms and hunger in bishops, Bishops viewed tho and MonslgnorJ, lutions. .said "Hughes campaigning was done In the Ken- their face's would make anyone sad. Mrs. Margaret Tally, 1524 West are spurning the aid of those who Guests Mother Superior certainly spilled the beans" and that with their attendants, filed past. tucky Irish American world's series occasion were Poverty stalks openly in Dublin. Oak, succumbed Sunday night to again and again you have found in Fifty altar boys and the officers of of Indianapolis; Mother contest, a number ex- The weather is fine I shiver at the a short illness of pneumonia, and your hour of direst need the most Stanislaus St. Martin, of Cincinnati, the Progressive support was lost to the Republican cause. The New the mass attended Cardinal Farley. baseball Superior news of unexpected to The Cathedral choir of Pittsburg, pressing determination to land this thought of the sufferings that will the a shock.her her family death willingvery die for you. Oh, yes, we and Mother Superior St. Agnes, York Tribune, a Republican organ, to of Mackln's ensue when the cold sets in. There was and know well the whole litany of numbering 150 male voices, assisted prize for some member from Newport. Ky. An interesting says that the National Committed friends. Her the cool season Is team. Now the high choir of St. Patrick's in approaching that Library Committee Is a coal strike on and already St. William's funeral was held from accusations against us. We give featuro was the fact that Mather has been bombarded with telegramg church, Rev. George only a divided allegiance. We are Superior St. Agnes was also pres- and lettors from Progressives prothe great difficulty is experienced in chanting tho ordinary of the mass M. Connor being the celebrant of scheming for add a number of magazines government.. These testing against treatment by from the chancel. Bishop Thomas will periodicals to the reading room, getting in coal except by those lucky are an lies so patent mat they need ent exactly fifty years ago to the Hughes and tho their people who had ordered it months the requiem mass. F. Hickey, of Rochester, preached and California Republiday when the convent was moved to recov- ahead. Tho Dominican Sisters, who no answer. Indeefl those who fling and the pool tables will bo can leaders. tho sermon. as new. The remains of George Koertner. them out will never listen to any Its present home on Bank street. have charge of a working girls' Kentu'cky Democrats are more The annual report, of Joseph ered and made the same In Domlnick street, report who died In Cincinnati, arrived ' here answer. But I dm going to answer home than pleased with the sltuatlbn, Frey, President of the German Ro great suffering among working Saturday and were taken to the them once nnd forever here toCongressman J. Campbell Cantrill, man Catholic Central Vereln, reIII! residence of his mother, Mrs. night. girls. Campaign Chairman, having referred to "the swaying attitude of As a Cardinal I may be supNicholas Koertner, 2303 West MarIn the city tho conversation turns ceived the pledged support of every our Government" with lespect to street, the funeral taking place posed to know what I am saying on Irresistibly to the l evolution like a ket Democratic leader In tho State, all Mexico, and declared that in the needle to a magnet In the stores Monday morning from St. Anthony's this subject. And on my word as promising to give their best efforts qplnlon of our best thinkers and a gentleman of honor I am speakmany thrilling stories of tho hero- church, attended by Mackln Coune to roll up an Democratic prosperity, leaders our I ism of tho girls who helped in the cil, of which he was a member. ing the simple, absolute truth. majority. It Is significant that in chiefly due to traffic in munitions BBBBBB BBV 4aBBBBB "rlsin " are told in a half whisper Surviving him are his mother, two have known Intimately, personally this campaign there Is no faction of war, will meet with an abrupt while measuring yards of ribbon or brothers, August G. Koertner and and officially threo sovereign Ponsulking or indifferent and the Demotermination when peace shall have Irish lace. One shop assistant said: Frank J. Koertner,' and a sister, tiffs three Popes of the Catholic cratic press Is leading the fight for been established" church. I am a priest now thirty-tw- o Wilson and the Congiessional nom"I know a girl who was caught car- Miss Sophie Koertner. The opening session of the Fedjm'years; I am a Bishop fifteen HbbHIsIIm JlBBBBBBf rying a disnatch. IBbI iK. The soldiers inees. The Republicans on tho eration was devoted In part to hearYjM r4WV: threatened to shoot her, but shei other hand are far from united, the ing the reports of the National Jacob Young, Sr., one of the years and a Cardinal five years. I 'w Ws. SfPSBsM throw-dow- n ft TJ' given to tho McCulloch swallowed the dispatch before they oldest members of Holy President, John Whalen, and of the Name have had the closest relations with , cbuld take It from her. It was church, died of old age Monday not only tho Pope, "but the. whole faction at Chicago leaving many National Secretary, Anthony Matre. sore spots, while many of the party written on gelatine. They threw nigh't at tho homo- of his daughter, Roman curia; I know well every An address was delivered by the her Into prison she has since been Mrs. Henry Guenthor, 714 Camden priest in my diocese and every resent the dictation of National Right Rev. M. J. Lavelle, rector of released. Wasn't she quick witted?" street He had been a resident of Bishop In this country. Yet never, Committeeman Hert, who sprang St. Patrick's Cathedral. .At the "HIHbbbbbbbb never in all that experience have I isssssbv.V' Most of Louisville said the shop assistant. Into the leadership with a bound, afternoon session the delegates for many years, and jsbssssbss! spoken, lisped or bsssk none of tho Kentucky Republicans tho girls employed in the 'stores had leaves a son, Jacob Young, Jr., and ever heard heard a report of the commission whispered, or even hinted, by any being close enough to the new relatives in the revolution. Geneial three daughters. Miss Nora Young, on public morals, of which Edward or all of these, anything concerning Indignation Is expressed all over at Mrs. Kate Burry and Mrs. Guen-theleader to assure them of political Feeney is Chairman and Jeremiah pie in case of success. the treatment accorded women prisThe old E. Burke, of Boston, spoke on "The The funeral took place Ameilca and American Institutions affection, of tender but words guard believe that If Hughes Is oners. Gently nurtured women and Thursday morning, Catholic Church and Education." bUH Rev. m Father and kindliestofsolicitude for her wel,wf girls were thrown Into prison in J,ohn O'Connor celebrating the mass successful tho rewards will be given Social service problems were conft fare; never a syllable that could to new men in the ranks, mep who batches and a plank bed with sparse of requiem. sidered at a mass meeting, at which not be printed in the boldest type have not been identified with the for one person covering supposedly Bishop Muldoon, of Rockford, 111., ErB3'!9MwKaUaafl throughout the party, and like Hert, were unknown, and distributed was allotted to three.- The rest had delivered the opening address. The CATHOLIC CHARITIES. land; neither plot nor scheme nor to lie on the floor. Their health until t,hls year. minimum wage and living wages for plan but only sentiments of adLocally the Democrats are satisThe has suffered in consequence. working- women were 'among tho The next Catholic event of na- miration and love. If there 1s plotIflliiiiiiiflaeBLduHlHI fied with their prospects and food was of the coarest quality. Not the subjects discussed. . greatest tribute paid to them is the women- warders were allowed them tional Interest will' bo tho National ting I ought to know it. Yet abSessions of the Catholic Young might be said with truth that Congress of Catholic Charities, solutely and honestly of such things fact ' that Campaign Chairmah Men's National Union, the Catholic NEW SECRETARY FOR IRELAND. and it . VfJN HINDENBERG. they were left to the mercy of the which will begin Its. fourth biennial I have never heard oven a, whiper. Cantrill is emulating the example Womah'8 Union 'and the State Henry Duke, K. C, appointed soldiers. Even people not in favor session at Washington on September This is my answer to all these inField Marshal recently placed In of local Chairman Frank McGrath League of Catholic Societies were Secretary for Ireland, to succeed of the Sinn Fein movement were 14. Louisville will be represented sinuations. That I know the truth, command of the German and Aus- and is forming a precinct organizaheld Monday morning and afternoou tion throughout the State. Incensed when they heard of tho by John A. Doyle, President of tho I thinkj no one wjll deny; that after trian armies. This and Monday night there was a mass Birrell. St. Vfncent de Paul Society, Edward such a pledge I am still concealing precinct organization method in Jefhardships these women suffered. meeting for Catholic women. J. Bosler and Mrs. Matthew HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY. DOMINICAN PRIESTS ILL. History repeats itself. Just as the truth, that I must Icavo to those ferson county has been the secret Business sessions of tho Federaof the Queen's who, I repeat, will never listen to President of local party success, the majorithe Geraldlne Intermarried with tho tion and its allied organizations at Holy Rosary Irish and becamo more Irish than Daughters. Hofl. Edward J. McDer-mQ- tt my answer. Very Rev. Father T. L. Crowley, ties In this district tho last several The teachers were held Tuesday morning, when Academy, "having enjoyed excephas been Invited to deliver tho ' school the Irish themselves, so after the opening address of the convention, Tho Catholic civil allegiance di- Prior of St. Louis Bectrand's campaigns being tho salvation of some of tho subjects discussed In vided? Why, look across the sea church, has been ill at tho convent Senator peckham and Gov. Stanley. first two weeks df brutal treatment the reports of President Joseph tional advantages In summer upon Frey, of the" Vereln, and of An- work and a delightful vacation at tho fair prisoners won their gaolers an honor like that bestowed first to where all Europe Is in arms. this past week with a threatened Congressman Sherloy will not only Judge Matt O'Doherty at tho Convent, near and were treated during the weeks Catherine's Every Catholic Is fighting 'loyally, attack of pneumonia.. Rev. Father receive the solid Democratic vote thony Matre. Secretary of the Fed St. congress held. r President John of. eration, were taken up tor consid- Springfield, have returned to the that followed with mdre leniency. Doyle has been named as one of the giving his very life for his own J T. Keelty, of the same churclf, hero, but will yecelve country. And though some of these is at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth, Hos- the independent and Progressive report city to prepare for the opening of Admiration was openly expressed at eration. Mr. Matre in his to select a suc- countries havo merited little grati- pital with an attack of asthma and vote, many of whom are not looking whom criticized some of the features of Holy Rosary Academy on September the courage of these gently reared three fromthe late Thomas Mulry, to kindly on the candidacy of Republimodern life which he regarded as 5. The added Improvements will young Irish girls who threw caution cessor is thought because of his tude, from any Catholic, still the throat trouble. but it can nominee Owens, whom they evil, including phases of Jhe mbvlng please both old and new pupils, and to the winds and were ready to give business he will not allow his name very pilests are In the trenches, designate as tho "man of many pareach a defender of his native land. MANY TAKE, VOWS. picture business, easy divorces, im- indications, point to a most success- their lives for the cause. The same to be presented. ties," ho being a Petnocrat, ProWhere I ask of any honest witness niay pe said of the men prisoners proper plays and attacks on Chris- ful scholastic year. of these facts under his very eyes, and their gaolers, so that' Instead of Thirty nuns of the Holy Cross gressive and Republican la a short tianity. A women's 'session of' the BACK FROM BAST. civil alle- took final yows at St. Mary's Col- space eftlme. putting down "Sinn Felnlsm" by im where is this divided MUDLOCK O'CONNOR. Federation was a feature of the Frank Schmitt, for years con- giance? And the Pope Is thero lege and Acadeinj Notre' Dame, prisonment tne uovornment is At night morning f programme. to find out that it is only nected with the carpet department one In this country who, after this Ind., last week. HOLY CROSS, These Walter Med lock, a well known SJsters there was a mass meeting under the "Sinn Feinlani" by im- of J. Bacon & Sfine, has returned war, will ever dare to accuse tho came, originally from Irelandr Engauspices of the Central Vereln and young man of New Albany, and fOBterin The public school at Holy Cross, the Young Men's Union attended a Mlae Mary O'Connor, daughter of prisoning them. In consequence from an extended (Eastern trip. He Pope of Interference In civil affairs land, Canada, the District of ColumPatrick Q'Connor, 1408 Vincennea large numbers of pilsoners are be spent moat of bis time la New York or of weakening 'the loyalty of cit- bia and nine States "of the Union, Marlon county, will again be taught banquet. - izens? Behold him, the Universal At the same,, time and place twelv by the Ursullne Sisters, opening the and Baltimore, ind from his obReporting for the Committee .on street, weia united in marriage on ing released dally. Surprlytng are the. groups of men. ervatloBSb61iamtB bualneas out- - Fatljer of tho faithful, looking out novices tooW their temporary vows. first week- In September, They Public Moral, Chairman Feeney's Tuesday, the Rev.Father Curran, nf Holy Trinity 'church, performing the conareMted at every.. corner uia looK . lor LOuisuua Mtter man in over the world and weeping and Six hundred) Sisters of the coaete-gatlo- n taught that school last "year with . uUrets was aJcttuniislfed for its ceremony.' .:-- . ... . .... ' praying for the peace of all the were present. much success. aoKlier neonate to disperse mem. most cmea ne Tiaixeu. prabM of Jeas WlTlard and Billy r fEDERATION REPUBLICANS V4 Re-EIcct- ed ' III! I 11 II . Mil M AVash-tngto- n, n, IRELAND CITIZENSHIP K st panic-stricke- non-Cathol- ic Wtn-in- 1 i . I v flve-slxt- non-Cathol- ic Germani-America- Gas-parr- l. f non-Cathol- ic five-sixt- s - - x &s9 . " -- '" r.r., n ""'. - .t, . pre-ar- feat-cre- dit con-yo- ur two-year-o- ld i a lllll III ed old-tim- ) ''T H - r. r issssssssssssssl - - O'Do-hert- y, four-fift- hs ,De-glnnl- ng - ... f. 8SJ& jszE'rxjojBrsr xjRtisH KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ui COMING EVENTS. 29-3- .ambkioai. And I 0 Francis of St. August ww3W,3tvA Leave Tenth and Broadway, Lou. AssisI church lawn fete and chicken isville, ICy., 0:48 p. m , and rotern lift iLUttfl grounds, Bards-tow- n dinner on church PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. LABOll DAT. road and Carter avenue. Sept. '1. City Ticket Office Fourth .tYM to tks SmIa! mi Mwal A4vKaMMflt ef kl Aanrkm sad Ce!lca August ' 30 Social games and and Main. 1'lioncn 1134. supper for church building fund, St. OMelsHy Iadened by Axeiest Otdet ot Hteinrtsa. Voaag Men's and Columba's Hall, Thirty-fift- h Catfceltc Kalf fats of Asieriea. Isstitnte Misses Willie and Minnie O'Con-ne- ll Jefferson, afternoon and night. a;id their mother, Miss Win-nl- o September 1 Moonlight excurKHNTUOKY lrllH AMERICAN pnlNTrNQ CO., Incorpermled, Publishers O'Conn'ell, of Jeffersonville, gc sion on Homer Smith by Twin City SINCSLBCOPY 4VBSCRIPT10N PRICK, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR left Sunday to spend two weeks Baseball League. September' 3 Excursion to Mam- visiting relatives in Indianapolis ,8?,1''-Cl'- l nttr. BnUrti t O'.VyfJty. f.Vtfy c Cave, ausp'lces ot Trinity and Cincinnati. (MSH AMBBK3AN, JB'21 Wt (kte St. moth AMrtM sH CmbmImUmu to tke EWTTUOa Council, X- M. I. Miss Margaretta Parker left last 3 Lawn fete, September where she euchre and lotto oy Young Ladies' week for Frankfort, Sodality of St. Leo's church, after- Joined Misses Margaret Canty and Deborah iParkcr for a trip to ffgAPE5McCMNCrLE noon and evening. Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit and other Northern points- caacjoc8fewacea,K8aw , .SATURDAY. AUG UST 26, 1916 8 T. Emmet Hanranan of the L. LUISVIDLB, KY and N. local freight office, Is on his vacation in the East and spont buds of spring, so too early an exSAVES THEIK FAITH. several days at Washington as the perience of life's hard work blights guest of Joseph P. HInes, Secretary The school vucation season has tho young promise of a child's Col. Matt J. "Winn is now In Now to Congressman Sherley. week, and therefore powers and makes any real educabut another York. parents should remember that Cath- tion imposslblct" William Michael McNally Is the These words, a only in complete at the olic education consists not Miss Loretta Conway, of Flora titlo of the recent arrival argument against child teaching a child Its reading, writing labdr, says America? have been Heights, Is visiting in Kansas City. home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael McNally, G39 South h and arithmetic, but it also means forEotten in that mad craze for will be West End, Miss .. . hna ben consnlcu spent a Clara Earl, of the Cincinnati. street, who St. Charleschristened tomorrow at that tho child must be taught its h church. pleasant week In i obligations to God and Its neigh- - ous characterl8tlc ot industrial de Tho engagement of Miss Alma MiS3 Marian Clancy has returned bor. This Is the reason for the velopment in tho United States. anJ. Catholic par- ' Sell in the dearest market and from a visit to relatives at Leb- Score, and the Louis Walsh Is take parochial school. ceremony to nounced, anon. duty buy ents are not doing their full place in October at St. Louis Is cheapest" tho in tho parish church, of which by their children if they do not send fiop'hlstlca, dlctato of modorn busI. Miss Bridget Ryan has been visof Miss both are members and popular in them to their parish schools. It ness which is responsible for the iting at Stlthton, the Catholic social circles. Clara Bryan. may mean a little more sacrifice trade In children. 'For children now, but they will be amply repaid can be bought cheaply, and organMr. and Mrs. Benjamin Vetter, Miss Annie McGlll left tho past for It In years to come by. the prac- ized capital cares not if tho divi- week for a visit to Now York and Sr announce the marriage not their daughter, Miss Lillian Vetter, . tical Catholicity of their children. dends paid to a select circle are wet Atlantic City. to John F. Sullivan, Jr, at the bo compared to What sorrow can blood of American boys After a Mrs. James Canty had as a visitor Cathedral in St. Louis. fathers or with the No of tho Catholic that decent man can read her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hatfield, trip to the Lakes thoy will be at and girls. homo at C69 Grainger Gourt, mothers who see their offspring the story of these with- ot New Haven. drift away from the faith or our out horror and indignation. But In CHANG K FOR BETTER.' Miss Jessie Bannon, Bardstown The public school will fathers? figlit against tho continuance road, had as a week-en- d guest Miss your child a good education, tho give Roger Nohalty, President of the nefarious trade indignation Geneva Alderson. but the pa'rochial school will give it of thislittle. The, Twelfth Ward Democratic Club and have n for years the recognized leader of a better education, for b'esides giv- avails Misses Mary and Margaret advantage of possession; they' will return next week from the party in that ward, Is confined ing it alb, that tho public school the ' to his homo at Twenty-nint- h be dislodged only by wise and St. and can give it will set a good founda- can St. Xavler streets with an attack of Ha'd energy constitutional means. tion for the child's moral structure. Though he has ,been M. J. Carroll was in New York rheumatism. expended in. Congress been The future of every child is in tho like that seeing the 111 for three weeks his condition has City applied to effectlyo State legisla- sights on business and not been regarded serious, and on b.ands of its parents, whose duty the past week. Thursday there was a favorable campaign against child It Is to build the future of their tion the now' be nearer victory Miss Pauline Senn has returned change In condition and it is now children, not upon the shifting labor would thought he will be able to leave for from a visit to Miss Martha and the principle of local a short sojourn and treatment at sands of a secular training, but at Bloomfield. a have received would tho springs. He .has been visited by upon the firm rock of a relligous many of workvaluable and needed indorsement. Mrs. Loretta Brady has returned ers, who his loyal friends and speedy education. and Mrs. recovery. are anxious for his from a visit to Mr. disturber of the Ulysses Hettel nt Bloomlngton, Ind. Tho greatest BRITAIN'S , H YrOCKISY. public peaco in this country today BANQUET BROTHER ISADORE. Misses Katherlne and Cella Kelly In defense of its blacklist the Is tho professional secular social have returned from a visit to Mrs. Tho banquet Government xand press worker who would substitute the Stella Hargls Bush at Cannelton, Xaverlan Aldmni with which the St. British will celebrato the a pagan code of Ind.' whines that It is wrong for the conclusions" of golden jubilee of Brother Isadore, protest when Eng- morals for tho law of Christianity. United States to Shirley, ot Deer who Is a native of Louisville and a Mrs. Robert land is fighting the battles of the To combat such is a public duty Park, is visiting her parents, Mr. former member of the faculty of College, will place St. world. The returns show that tho and, the lessening of their influence and Mrs. Walter Fitzgerald, in Dan- nextXavier's night at the take Tuesday Seelbach, exports are higher now Is a real service to religion and the ville. British r. Robert A. Watson acting as Brother Isadore will arthan in times of peace, yet tho State. Mrs. Ed. Sweeney and son, of rive here tomorrow from Baltimore. British navy Is being utilized to IndianLouisville, are of Cllnes, president Michael Francis Doyle, tho noted South visiting her sister, in Mrs. E. E. Thomas D. who stop trade between the United apolis the Alumni, has tho celebration Philadelphia lawyer, who directed Simmons. Denmark, States and Holland, In tharge, is anxiouB to have every Roger Casement, and former student of the neutral tho defense of Sir Sweden and Norway, all has been student whether an alumnus or not Miss Anastasla Welch in New York countries, John Bull's greed for upon his arrival her college,In the celebration,Wil- spending her vacation with unite not being stated that President Woodrow sister, Mrs. Richard Greenwell, at the world's commerce son had sent a private message to Taylorsvllle. same greed is satisfied, and this SISTER MAKY AGNES. making a In the British Government rspo'nsdble for the situation. Mrs. John J. Moritz and daughplea for clemency for Sir Roger. Sister Mary Agnes, of the DominiEurope today. ter, Miss Eleanor O. Moritz, are can order, a niece of Judge Matthew and spending their vacation with rela- O'Doherty and a sister' of Mrs. Congratulations to Editor Eugene Henchy and Miss Josephine HE MUST GO. and tho tives in Indiana. Manager James Nolan Kelley, visited here last week of the while en route for Missouri Valley, Agnes Mandlelir, Toledo Record, now In its twelfth Miss Ill health is given as the. reason been visiting her Iowa, where she will open a new to year. Through his efforts the East End, has why Lord Lansdowne Intends many ob- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry house and academy. Sister Mary retire from actlvo political life. Record has surmounted well earned Brlslan, at Frankfort. Agnes has been located at Water-towShamming Abraham as an excuso stacles and deserves its Mass., where her superior standing. Miss musical ability made her a valued Mrs. Margaret Donahue and for getting out of tho Cabinet, in and creditable spent a teacher. The Dominican Clard. Donahue, of Oakdale, Sisters which he should never have had a Our neighbors, tho Times and pleasant Thursday with Mrs. Mary will also open a new house at Have-locportfolio, has nothing new In it. It Neb. met with signal Knoop In the West End. l, in some measure accounts for his dofeat in their effort to bring and Rautenbush Mrs. ARCHBISHOP SPALDING. failure. Lord Lansdowne, however, cdium upon Acting Judge James children, George of South Louisville, are to "confess failure, nor sois not one The illness of Archbishop SpaldReedy. ' Their columns were better home after a much enjoyed will ho resign voluntarily while he loff wlhout the letters thoyiappealed journ al Mobresvllle, Ind. ing at Peoria the first of tho week was quite critical and relatives in is able to attend a session of the Flora Kentucky were summoned to his Anna McGovern, Miss House. Tho truth is that efforts for. Heights, has returned from Indian- bedside. The drop in the temperaare being made to force him out England's alliance with Japan Is apolis, where she was the guest of ture brought him some relief, however, and at last accounts he was of the Cabinet. His presence there responsible for the "sneers and her sister, Mrs: J. W. Head. sleeping and resting much better. is not pleasing to the rank an,d file open defiance of the rights of this Margaret, The distinguished prelate is seventy-Misses Agnes Butler, of the Liberal party, for they see country today. In the event of Rosella and Annora Keenan will six years old. been using his posi- trouble John Bull plans to back return tomorrow from a ten days' that he has visit to Trinity Springs. Ind. tion to wreck Liberal policies tho Yellow Peril against us. HAPPILY WEDDED. ing fund In St. Columba's new school hall, Thirty-fift- h rather than to promote that unity and JefferMiss Marcella Coll was host to a of Clemens. F. son, next Wednesday. The marriage Social games of tho nation which is necessary to A wrljer In the Baptist World very delightful porch party at her Blume and Miss Elizabeth Sandfort, will played both afternoon 1327-i:J3- 3 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. a successful prosecution of the says that he has never found any- home in Jeffersonville In honor of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sand-fo- night beand a fine supper will and be In- the thing in the Menace that was not Miss Gretchen Miller, of Crawfords-Vlllyoung lady popular in served. war, The Liberals are still and a FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 5 1916 her social circle, was solemnized majority in tho Commons and are true. None are so blind as those Conducted by Dominican Sisters from tho Mother House of tho with a nuptial high mass WednesNEWPORT. chafing at tb prostitution of their who will not see. Naughton, a well known day morning at St. Boniface church, Charles Order, St. Catherine of Sienna Convent, Springfield, Ky. political powor to serve tho .Lans Louisville boy, who has been lo- where many friends and relatives The Academy offers thorough Primary, Preparatory, Commercial A pretty wedding of tho early and special attention is given the study or That Menace explosion seems to cated at Owenton for the past six were gathered to extend congratula- fall will be and The Coalition downe party ends. that of Miss Mario MusicAcademic Courses attempt months, Is here on a visit to family tions. and Art. Government may hang together for have been an unsuccessful Brlnker, of Price Hill, and Lee Lessons in Needle Work are included In tho curriculum. Buffalo and friends.a llttlo longer, but It is certain at suicide, as viewed by the Hehman, of Newport, which will bo BISHOP SHAHAN COMING. For Information address tho Academy. Union and Times. celebrated October 11 at' St. WillMisses Carr, Green, Burns anil that its friends among tho Liberal lam's church, Price Hill. Miss Wilson were members of a house Tho Right Rev.. Thomas J. rank and f Ho- - are few, and no less Consider your own faults before party entertained last week at the rector ofthe Catholic Uni- Pryor, of Newport, will bo maid of certain that they would welcome homo of Miss Claudlno Dopcaster versity in Washington, has beeh honor, and Fred Brlnker, brother those ot others, and much a general election for the purpose will be done away with. at Taylorsvllle. selected to give the blessing at the of the bride, will be best man. acceptance of Lincoln Farm as a of getting rid of tho unnatural THE URSULINE DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL Reilly, of national memorial CAN'T BE TRUE. Miss Mary Evelyn by President alliance between themselves and tho COACHMAN. LINCOLN'S FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. South Seventh street. Is spending Wilson on September 4. Archbishop Tories, At any rate, Lord LansDispatches from Rome, at Beuchel as the Glennon, of St. was on the, man who drove her vacation relatives, Mrs. John programme for Louis, blessing, but' reach tho great Catholic timed to CRESCENT HILL, LOUISVILLE KY. John Farley, the downe must go it the majority of Congress guest of tho to the train the T. HIckey her family. High Moral and Intellectual Standards, Catalogue Sent Free. assembling in New York, and pubwill not be able to attend. and Liberals can accomplish it, and If Abraham Lincoln 111., for night he left Springfield, ADDRESS; SACRED HEART ACADEMY, SECRETARY. KY. 3115 CHEROKEE ORIVE.llOUiSVIlLE, lished in leading American newsthey com not signs nro not wanting Washington to assume his duties as anpapers, stated that Pope Benedict NEW ALBANY. Mr. and Mrs. C. Relnhardt which point to a general election President, died at Springfield last nounce tho engagement of their had ordtred life faithful to pray 1010 November Election 1010 years. Sundav. need seventy-nin- e at an early date. tho success of the Allies In batTrinity St. Mary's daughter. Clara A. Relnhardt, to and Holy Farley came .to Springfield In 1850r Fred J. Becker. The wedding will churches at Now Albany with the for Tho Italian press censors fortle. and enoriiy auerwaru uccumo " one at Navilleton and St. Mary's- - warded tho cable to all American VAUDEVILLE. place August 31. CHILD LABOR. coachman of Lincoln. He was born take will participate In tho, press associations, but tho prelates DANCING In County Meath, Ireland, In 1837. announces Floyd county historical parade to here unanimously deny the issuance Theoretically slavery was abol Farley.'s mind was very aleit until Lbulsa Busch Mrs. DAILY' FREE BAND CONCERTS her daughter, celebrato the centennial next of such an order and tho ished In theso United States In the past few years, and he was Miss enEagement ofBusch, to Anton pat New .Albany, A placo of month source of such false repudiate tho ADMISSION TO PABK Evelyn Ruth information honor T8&3. The second decade of tho very fond of recalling Incidents i In W. Schoenbachler. The marriagq will bo given the churches near the Cardinal Farley authorized the Afternoon Tree. After 6 F. M. 10c as ne Knew mm. ''twentieth century finds V slavery the life of Lincoln statement through his secwill take place in .October front of the parade, the groupings NOTE Coupon given with irate ticket to be In the order in which the retary: Kood to theater or for admission strongly entrenched In every indusQUIGLEY SCHOOL. dance pavilion. who has organizations were established, the "As to the statement that tho Miss Abblo Chester, True, between the V.JtriI center. visiting at Fort Thomas for oldest coming first, without regard Holy Father had 'ordered prayers" :ee bio sanitary Tha nlans of Archbishop Munde- - been past old and the new slavery, the ecosix weeks, is acting as to creed, and those following to be throughout Italy for tho success the SWIMMMING distinguish points of lein, ot Chicago, in buildingof the accompanist for tho minstrel re- In the order In which they were of the allied armies we can only nomist can his preparatory school In honor now opex formed. Pastors and councilors of say we do not believe there is any difference. 'The older Blavery was, predecessor, Archbishop Quigley, In- hearsals ot the First Regiment. the four CatlTolIc churches of the truth in it. The Pope Is tho confined to Africans; most of tho cludes later an enlarged theological "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' Maemo county havo perfected an organiza- father of all Catholics. of Miss Tho Tho Vati candidates for modern slaves are white; tha older seminary In which study theology. Keanoy marrlaco and Bobert C. McBrlde was tion, with John McBarron, Sr., of can is not only strictly neutral, but the" nrlesthood may Oar Special $3.00 Spray I?OIK slavery bore but lightly on tho The Quigley memorial Is (or tb noipmnlzfld onl Wednesday morning New Albany, as temporary Chair- also Is extraterritorial." At the meeting of tho Catholic Oar Special $5.00 Wreath. children; the slavery of 1916 num- education of young men before they o? last week at the Church of Our man. In addition to members of v... tho four churches mentioned there Press Association the Rev. John 'J. bers thousands of whllo children, haye fully committeu tnemBOives to .aay oi iuo jvuaiy, The largest values In Fune"Undoubtedly the will bo numbers from tho Catholic Whelan said: ral Flowers ever offered la sold to the factory, the mine and StUUy jor wiu prteamuim. v Highland church at Starlight, which Is 100 dispatch is a palpable He. G. The H. Kustes, of FOR Loultvllle. p"ark, announces tho engagement of feet beyond the Floyd county llnej Holy Father- Is, neutral and could the .quarry. More than a quarter ENTERS CONVENT. For prompt delivery call ?23 and the one at Bradford, situated a never have, issued so unnchtral an of a century ago Leo xill. sept his daughter,- Miss Marye rii both phones. Kustes, to Frank G. Craw- mile from the line, which will' join order." Mibe Lorepa Wagner, daughter of whole world out a protest to the -- L place in the ceremonies '.because thev re C. ford. The Economy consistent with effiagainst this infamous traffic. "In Mr.' and Mrs. John New Wagner, 1737 In October. wedding will take Albany, visCOLLEGE RETURNS. side in Floyd county. Elm street, ciency and thoroughness. regard to children," wrote the Pon East relatives In Indianapolis and ited years May Whalen and During the last twenty-fiv- e car should be taKea then left for Oldenberr, to enter GASIES AND ISUPPKR tiff, "great Misses Anna the number to have Increased to at not to place them In workshosp the convent there and became a Sis- Anna J. O'Keefe were guestsMrs. ,..,.. Catholic collegiate education has 190,278. .I.A. .12.... Nine universities have ml... 1.J!.M made great strides. The total en- Franciscan order. Miss the party given In honor of bodies and ter of the tweaty-en- e IbUftitAwnue loulrvMr and factories until their years old and Hurt t,. Kfltt at the home or ner and the Blessed VirsX Sodality of rollment In the Catholic colleifes for passed the thousand mark Ih their Wagner ) -. n mind are sufHolWly mature. For for aabui lima has eonteninlftted the naranta. Mr .'and Un. Ij C. Wrlzbt. St. uoiumoa-cnuren win eateruiin uie sonooi year ia-- u was ion. Flowers telegraphed everywhere.'- show, the way to their second theund. the bensfit ot the bhuroh buHd- - Reports for tke year 1915-1- 8 Bast Oak street, New Albany. just as rough weather destroys tke rjigio life. , $5.00 St. LOUIS Return, Sept. 2 " VOTE TOR - 12-1- SOCIETY. WILS0NMARSHALL Twenty-sevent- Ber-tran- gst child-slav- es slave-trade- rs Ho-ga- toast-maste- - AND THE n, k, Courier-Journa- Straight Democratic Ticket. -- HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY rt - e. - Sha-ha- n, SACRED HEART ACADEMY Fontaine Ferry ParK HIOH-CLAS- S POOL u uoh, iEN'W. KLING Board Education. VOTB - Mar-cel- le Mp6 WW HT i 1 8 ' i""""?i .- for l v - 'n - jscisasrarajOBrsr 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. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE .IN LOUISVnJLE BY AMERICAN ELEVATOR & MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS GHLICH ENGRAVING. COMPANY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Kr W. Main St., Homo Phone City 6874 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY irish jil3mdb:rio-j:SOCIETY - DIRECTORY. A. O. H. SIXTH ANNUAL EXCURSION TO MAMMOTH CAVE TRINITY COUNCIL, Y. M. I. Includes Railroad Fare, Cave Fee, Dinner and Supper DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Llodorkranz CO. THE PHIL. HOLLENBA0H INCORPORATED Distillers Of 'nOLLENBACU" PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. 528 W. Main St. OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Hall, Sixth and Walnut, President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Edward Financial Clancy. $5.85 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1916. Train leaves Tenth Street Station at 9 a. m. sharp. arrives at 10:30 p. m. Returning Treasurer Sergcant-at-Arm- s Sentinel ICE CREAM 1104 South Seventh. Street Phone City 6574 THOS. Tim Lyons. DIVISION a. Thomas Keenari. tfames English. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL Hiber- First and Third Monday at 1818-182- "SOUTHERN STAR" J. BR0DERI0K SLICED BACON PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE "All Ready for Your Griddlo in tho Morning" Home Phone City 4392-- J HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 1000 Zane Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) y 4...' feg FPj-tr- - SJ"v 0 nian Homo, Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Vice President John J. Riley. Secretary John J. Financial Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Matthow Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE, SEPTEMBER 11-16, 1916.. O'Brien. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Daniel M. Sentinel Thomas Noon. Dougherty. Kalaher. WORLD'S GREATEST Daily SADDLE HORSE SHOW Trotting, Pacing and Running Races Daily Tbos. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Louis D. Coady SEE POOLEY FOR , DIVISION 4. Meets" Second and Fourth Mondays, Incorporated 00. , .MONEY CONFIDENTIAL PARALYSIS VICTIM, of actual victim of the plague Building Memorial Hospital, shows a phytaken In the isolation ward of the Street sician using an electrical vibrator on the parallzed limbs. INFANTILE MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. VM. RELIABLE F". R. POOLEY 1, Courier-Journ- Room First photograph of the treatment 415 Fourth Residence ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR rhonc, City P'hone, Pewee Valley 3180. 21-- J. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes, Milwaukee's one ' r,500 members. division SHEET METAL JOS. DALY CONTRACTING PAINTER West Green Street. Louisville. Ky. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. n citizens was organized by 420 well-know- 4105 Henry Street Home Phone; Shawnee 1383-ARTISTIC PRINTING L. r CLEAN AND CLASSY MIDWAY Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street, Grand Military Pageant and Athletic Tournament President John H. Honnessy. Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade For Prizes Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Great Fraternal Gathering For Friday of Fair Week Lungan. Recording Secretary James J. Free Auction Sale of PureBred Live Stock Thursday McTighe. and Friday Treasurer Pat, Connelly. Sentinel M. J. McDermott, Reduced Railroad Rates $40,000 in Premiums Edward Byrne. Sergeant-at-Arm- s; for be boys tuho'lt off to school. Y.'Mrl. JLYCKIN COUNCIL, 205. Evenings at Club Meets Monday House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. Address W. .7. Gooch, Secretary. Suite GOI, Equitable Bnilding, .. Louisville. Kentucky. Horn, City 3101 Cum!.. South U.GO-- Y President Schaad. Second First S. O. Vice Vice Hubbuch. M. President President R. F. L. DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED. The New York. State' convention was in session five days. Telephone City 946 Division 1 is after the largest membership in New Haven, Conn. Pennsylvania has one-fift- h of the , Home Phone Shawneo 803 , JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. membership in the United States. Headquarters for HENRY GOSS Division 1 had a big attendance nt their meeting Thursday evening. CITY AND IARM PROPERTY. ROOFINO, BUTTERING, SPOUTING The Hibernians of Cortland, N. See us about anything in real Y contributed ?150 to the Irish Tin Roofs Repaired and Fainted estate. Wo sell, buy and rent. relief fund. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY John V. McCarthy, of Syracuse, 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. State President Home Phone City 4464. 2011 West Broadway, Louisville, Ky. has been in New York. The big event foY Hibernians this . week was the State convention at : Zanesville, Ohio. The order made a most creditable 317 W. GREEN ST. ' FIRST CL'ASS WORK Give This Office Your Next Order to make LOANS on furnlturo arid other personal property at LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bldg., S. K. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones. 2886. has Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. Recording Secretary Q. Adams. G. W- - Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office will need when school begins andnow, with the price so low, is the right time to make the purchase. Cheviots and cassimeres in plain effects and attractive overplaids in gray colors tones. They're finely tailored; two pairs trousers. Size, 6 to 18. Special, $4.48. Pair Pants Just the kind of suits boys With Two Bucklo. and Yards Treasurer JS. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. insido Sentinel James Radlgan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue MGIITS OFJOLIIMIS. Lato News That Will Interest Members Here and Else- DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT X I where. ' 'GRAN W. SMITH'S AL. S. SMITH, PROP. SON-;- ! WOOL KNICKRS Fine grade wool pants, in knicker style, of dark mixed and striped cheviots and cassimeres. Colors tan, gray, and brown. Size 6 to 18, 92c. showing Tuesday in the parade Funeral Director and BOTH PHONES 810. Embalmer;; f 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET ; Catholic University. The parade at the New Yofk Stato convention at Schenectady was an impressive demonstration. are Indianapolis Hibernians of unanimous for the Judge Deery as Stato President. State President McBreen expects to bring a big crowd from Newport and Covington to tlo State convenand alternates to the State cpnvention 'will bo chosen at the meeting of Division 4 Monday evening. Byrne attended the Irish games at Cincinnati, last Coney Tsland, Sunday. William Gordon, of Davenport, State President at was ed MIddletowji, Conn. The order will maintain two fellowships and a Gaelic library at the at Cincinnati Council voted ?25 for the Papal collection. Five Kansas cities will have initiations between September 10 and , JL V lw l3LL-y- i NONE BETTER October 15. NONE PURER LEVY'S Third and Market. The Knights of Alliance, Neb., will furnish the reception rbom of St. Josoph's Hospital there. At the last meeting in Oklahoma City twenty-thre- e new members were received into the order. Thirteen members of the council at Boise. Idaho, are with the State troops called for by President W11- Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. -. tion. Delegates VVVVtVMVVVWVVVVVVW CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.? HOME PHONE 88 on Columbus day. There Is much activity In Portland, Ore., where there will be a monster celebration and initiation IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. HWWWWWWHiiWWWUWWiWWWWWWHWtWW ;; S22 East Maiix fcreet:. IM"H"H:"tIIiIIl''I''I''lI'I" DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT and Embalmers! Homo City 2908 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, i! " ' ', ', 1 Funeral Directors Climb. Main SOOS-- a BOTH PHONEYS. GERMAN BANK MULLOY'S COFFEE Fifth and Market Sts. Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- 1MB I Investigate NEW BLEND 65c 3 1.2. Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. 10c In Our New Free Delivery Servlee. JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. -- 8KB OUR ADS IN THE TIMB3, HERALD AND POST. r yew ey aa 4aeaoa that will yrtpai tataa fee llf Bre4hraV fey Uw H.BOSSEaSON ' Funeral Directors and Embalmers. BIO irJKJHUK ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 1W W. X1tH1, Xy. r,' Brstttm BwUm SeiMtlS CtaMlMl, Preparatory DarUaMt. Law 0wm. tw, Ttrau X4w'. kn,JwM,Dtr, Oaai-et- 4 XavarU TNtakHwlIU, A.VJSIU i Edward him by his paper hi five months he only received two. Ho further said that there was not an American correspondent In Germany who believed It his sacred duty to write that there was no feeling against one the State convention at; Keokuk America In Germany, but not pass word of this was allowed to last week. In one Instance through London. Rev. M. J. Byrne will preach the the British censor rewrote a war opening the dispatch to suit himself and sent sermon at the mass Indiana State convention at South It to the American press. Bend next Tuesday. Mrs. Julia Arthur, National DiWELCOME KY WHITMAN. rector of the Ladles' Auxiliary, 'was a splendid reception last tendered the Gov. Whitman, extending week in Indianapolis. Federation of Catholic Societies a a cordial welcome to New York, said 4 planning Is Division euchre and dance to be given solely in part: for the benefit of them any young "What the American Federation members added lately. of Catholic Societies Is doing, what The Wisconsin State convention thousands of other, earnest men CATIIQLIC SU.MMKK SCHOOL. was held this week at Oshkosh. nnd women are doing, seems to me and continuing more worth while than any other opening Monday The eighth week of the silver kind of human endeavor. ,, It is the until Wednesday evening. Delegates and vlgltprs from In- soul of America that you are heart- Jubilee year of the Catholic Sumdianapolis will go to the Stato con- ening. It Is the Idealism of Amer- mer School at Cliff Haven opened Sunday with the 'hlgli mass, sung vention at South Bond In a specinl ica that you are conserving. It is by the Rev. of America train over the Pennsylvania. j the aspiration to express. that you Ulster county. John Hlckey, Dean pf Rev. Michael Rellly, No InIowa are seeking By unanimous vote the of history, it of New York, preached the sermon. John telligent student Stato convention endorsed In the evening can escape the Redmond's stand. They declaro his seems to me, religion Is the -con- concert was giventhe annual grand one under the direc inter- viction that course best conserves Irish of mighty driving force upon whjch tion of Camtllo W. Yeckwer. ests. gain the Philadelphia Musical Academy, mankind, In The bill for the erection of the heights, must the fight to reliance. the only of highest place chief when memorial to the nuns of the battle- America, more peculiarly than any caliber artists place on the the pro had fields, passed by the Senate, is now othor land, declares this faith. gramme. Another sumptuous Inpending In the.' House' of Repre- Those who first put foot upon these tellectual banquet wis served the ' sentatives. shores were less driven by demands week, with lectures b Rev. Francis followers of the body than whose John Llddy, by passionate S. Purtell, S. T. L., Louis Wetmoro want a home for the order In compulsions of the soul. All Their and Prof. Arthur F. Rlriz. Indianapolis,, has been strongly search was for a home where noth- the evenings were devoted to music the ing Ould come between man and endorsed for President of Marlon County Board. FKRRY TO CLOSH. the fstars, between humanity and uu the upwnrd bound of the spirit. i ne aiuio convention win club house on This land was' to them not" only a held In Dlvlslqn 3's The 1916'park season .at FonSunday, September 10, and Bresl-de- place in which to llvo, but a place taine Ferry is fast drawing to a reL..J, Mackey will appoint When theso close. Sunday tho theater will enIn which to hope. nt the next great principles arc deserted, wo ter upon Its last week of high class ception committees meeting. shall know the spiritual death that vaudeville, the season closing on Saturday night, and for the remain The feature of the Hibernian leveled the ancient civilizations." gathering this week .at Zanesville, ing two days of the." season a mon Ohio, was, the encampment of the ster amateur carnival is In prospect. MAMMOTH CAVE TRIP. A large HsLof entries for tho ama First Regiment of Hibernian Rifles, is already In 'from Columbus, with companies The sixth annual .excursion un- teur carnival management, the hands and from Cincinnati, Springfield Dayton and der the auspices pf Trinity Coun- of the park Cleveland. cil, Y. M. I., will be given to Mam- the fact that entries will not close Cave on Sunday, September for several days more the closing promise of NEWS. moth DOCTORED BRITAIN'S 3, and as the popularity of these event at the park gives monster proportions. trips have grown annually a ban- being of prizes will bo given Atthe It has often been contended that ner crowd is expected tp make the tractive the war dispatches published In trip. The Committee of Arrange- contestants, and a stellar performtha press of this country wpro but ments have secured the low rate of ance is promised, doctored Information sent out by ?5.85 for the round, trip, which in, AND. WILL XOT. England, and now this Is borne out cludes railroad fare, cave fee, dinwho ner and supper. by several correspondents The train will Catholic of Quite a, number from Europe. leave Tenth street station at 9 have Just returned repre a. m., returning at 1Q:30 p. m. priests in this country, were forwho Augustus F. Beach, ministers and sented the New York American in For further particulars can u. j. merly Protestant But Germany.' says that only news of Hennessy, Chairman, Home 'phone. were excellent ' preachers. ' there is not one Protestant minister Allied victories Is allowed to pass City 3238 or 9461-In vnn'il Rtnnrline who was formerlv the British censor and that the and left the a Catholic priest censor and his staff doctored every WILSON MAY ATTEND. own accora not dispatch pertaining to the subPresident Wilson has tentatively church of histhis bo explained? marine warfare, the only purpose accepted an Invitation extended by one. How can and intent being to fan the con- Mayor Curley, of Boston, to attend PlaTd silk" wals,ts, with high coltroversy between Germany and the the Columbus dy eelebratlan there United Statw. Mr. Cecil says that Oetober 12. The day will bs, tamed lars, are among the advanced autof tha loyally and courage over to celebration of "Aaieriean-4I- a umn waist models. tori of all ' Gaberdine Is the fabric leader " sml tlm of the German Midlers, are killed have hut nnw ' Tt la shown in all tll .eottmtrles bv th Wsior aad that out of iu I tMhlonable . &bnd. bWMty 'ntera of Instruction beoa lnvuea. Thomas Higglus and . ""nt Last Sunday week will stand memorable for Knighthood In St. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Joseph, Mo., the three degrees being conferred on a class of seventy. Before leaving Fremont to become pastor of the Immaculate ConINCORPORATED ception parish at Toledo, the Rev. L&UISVILLE, KY, Father Edward O'Hare was pre- PHONE CITY 859. sented a diamond studded fourth degree charm. FRANK John H. Reddin, Master of the JOHN B. Fourth Degree, trusts that assemblies will see to It that the flag floats from every parochial school and Catholic institution of learning in their respective localities. The Knights of- Anderson, Ind., have bought a brick residence iind lot fronting on Main street, for their new home. Located at the begin512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 ning of the business district, the is 72x108 feet, and will bo TELEPHONE 209 site LOUISV3XiLil3. KY. ready for occupancy next month. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. Clay Street Brewery and A Case ofgGood Judgment. WALTERS' Order a Case ef FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager ' Peerless Common Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONESHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. 191 Cumb. Phone West Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANN EtCORl-0 RATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purjty, strength ,excelkstfttM . GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. $1.50, $2 HATS AT Go I THE BEST $1, to Grayson Springs KMfHaa e AND BE COOL A'I HAPPY. Three good meals a day, with plenty spring chicken and fresh vegetables from our farm. Dancing, bowling, tennis, Ashing and swimming. Water unequaled for Write for curatlyjj prop'erties. rates. ALBERT A. PLOOTC, JIanngcr. Grayson Springs, Ky. L All tha late ind Hew Styi s and Shapes he found dew at f"'Dable pricw. FRED FLORISTS ERHART Cut Flowers for all occasions. Special attention given out-of-to- r ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING orders. NEW NANZ Fern-lb- . NEUNER CO. at rn-Amerie- n- INCORPORATED. N.W.Ctrner Fwrth and JefTersM S67 s Ave., I.eIviIle. Ky. J- ' '.:l ! - i m JECEXJTXTOBCY IRISH . -- AZSOn&KtXG&JS? f &feAHeM&gxfefesxfe TWIN CITY POPULARITY CONTEST Help Send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to This Season's 'A $ J. TBfK9B9BKBKHSZX3MXMmmmmmmmHmsMammmm i V'.' $&M$i?-- . fflmaF&sA ' ih . . SHEHRiV,?: i&.XS5J;s W -- ' ' C yw...tT ' ? 'mr '( ' X. frr,"i 1 WMHMHIMMHMMMHHHIHMMMmM4 'I wmtmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm fOURTH AVCNUe HERMAN STRAUS ivca3HArco SONS 4 J ;; MARKCT STREET WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 VOTES FOR EACH OLD ,' AS v Trf, J- - V J"5 i.w . ; WE GIVE AND REDEEM 20 FOft EACH NEW SUBSCRIPTION. . - x? CUT OUT THIS THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the TWO most popular members of the Twin City League to the World's Series with all expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. VOTE BY BALLOT OR PAID SUBSCRIPTION. GOLD TRADING World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE $1.00 This coupon, good for o.ne vote, to be counted for Mr ' , Club or Position t popular member oi the whom I consider the most Twin City, League. Per Year 4 STAMPS HERE YOU CAN FIND Women,s Ready to Wear Wash Dress Fabrics s EST AUTOMOBILE I T James Cardinal Gibbons, in his ;; address before the American "Federation of Catholic Societies, said In part: ".You live in a republic where there Is liberty without license, and authority without despotism; and Now For the Palm Beach Suits where the civil rulers hold over you the aegis of Its protection without n Interfering with the rights of cpnscience. In view of thp ter KUlbran. signal blessings you enjoy, It Is your duty to take an active, personal, vital Intel est In the welfare of TWO your country. You should glory In her prosperity, and be concerned at INCORPORATED. every adversity that may befall her. BOfin,H0NES32B35. You should hold up the arms of 426 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. those who are charged with the administration of public affairs, ns Our workmanship is positively tlio licat in the city, nnd linefeed tho children of Isiael held up the up by a house of lpng standing and financially responsible' hands of Moses while he interceded Our sorvico not equaled. for them before tho Lord. The Inspired word of God enjoins this loyalty to country and reverence for its rulerS. The religion you profess celeRev. Father Cronln, V. G demands this fealty. brating the reauiem high mass and tion of your respective The constitupaying feeling tribute to the life hold it, and I am sure societies upthat there is and worth of the deceased, who was not a. single ' your heait one of the old Irish Catholic moth which does not fiber of pulsate a genuThat you spent for something you did not NEED would bmve started a ers who are a blessing to the com ine,, undivided love for with ropubllc the munity where they live. SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bamk; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED anu its sacreu traditions. .1 venture to say that overy member of your twice a year; There MAY COUK a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" LEADERS GET IJUSY. society is a loyal citizen. Every must be spent for something yoa DO NEED. The SAVING now of the citizen a patriot; every patriot a The leaders in the Twin City soldier; overy soldier a hero, and dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. popularity contest of the Kentucky every hero would be a martyr, to Irish American have been .getting die if need be for his country. busy in real earnest this past week, , pessimistic are There their friends doing a little campaign prophets who aresome in of work for their favorites, and it is predicting the downfallthe habit rerumored two qf Ihe candidates have public. They are more of our frequently laid aside A reserve supply of votes heard on the eve of a Presidential lLBLLLbLiLLL BBtLHiLLibLH for the close. Followers and ad- election. I have been listening to mirers of the different Twin City these forebodings for over fifty Fifth and Court Place. members know that no better appre- years, dire on the morning after Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m. ciation can be shown than by send- election but And tho prophets soundwo ing that favorite or favorites to the ed a false alaim, that the country world's series soon to be played. is safe, and that the Government e treat is transacting business at The trip will be a for the two fortunate ones and the old stand. For my part, Ithe same have HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN offer of the Kentucky Irish Ameri abiding faith in the endurance an DAN J. HENNESSY CURRAN, J. MURPHY, of can has never been duplicated in the republic. I might base my hope Trinity. Bertrands. this section, no other league or on tho intelligence and Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. n leagues eve,r being the beneficiary of the American people. patriotism I might TWIN CITY LEAGUE. of such an Incentive. The contest base my confidence on the wisdom will close Saturday, September 30, of our statesmen and the heroism ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account The Twin City League played the last ballot to be printed on that of our sojdlers. I might place my with this safe, conservative, Sunday at Shawnee date, so it can be seen that only reliance on our standing armies and Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more Park, the extra game being added about one month remains to plug dreadnoughts. And surely these are for your favorite. The world's at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 on account of the field day the series will be held early this year, all elements of strength to be reckper cent. No cost to you whatever. Sunday previous, and some exciting as the major league season closes oned with. But, my If the republic Is UPSTAIRS STORE. The same courteous attention given the contests were the feature. The K. October 1. Ray Haragan, of Ber- to endure, friends. 425 W. Jefferson Street it must rest on a of C. pretty near clinched their trands, still holds first place, but stronger foundation than the intellidepositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. title to the flag, by defeating the rapid gains are being mode by Bob gence and patriotism of our citizens, Orioles 11 to 3 and the Olympics Morris, Mackln's star twirler, and tho wisdom of our statesmen, the Scorer Eddie Stelnhock. Johnnie heroism of our soldiers, our armies 13 to 2, the Knights making Under (ha Big Cloak Second and Market hits in both games. The Kenealey of the K. of C, Higglns and dreadnoughts. It must rest on Champs lost a pretty game to the of the Bertrands and Jack Sheehan the eternal principles of truth and Where State Government Supervision. the homo Where work Is quickly Imperials by an 8 to 5 score, but of the Champs are still getting justice, and llghteousness, and brightest; done; took revenge" on the lowly Trin-tty- s steady Increases in their vote. The downright honesty in our relations Whore the work Where cooking seems witTi foreign nations, in a 14 to C contest Mackln standing to date: ft must rely 554 on our firm lightest; "kept up its winning streak by de- R. Haragan, Bprtrands real fun; belief In an oven tiling 3SG feating the Imperials lit a 5 to 3 Steinbock, scorer., Providenco who created all things Where the meal is -'Where baking gives de333 by game, and their old rivals, the Trln-Uy- s Morris. Mackln his' power, governs all things by cooked best; light; .. 219 d by the score of Kenealey, K. of C who contiols the Where tho range stands "Where drudgo Is out of 133 his wisdom, kind as J. Scully, Olympics 13 to 2. well beat the Bertrands the test sight 133 affairs of nations many as of man. Olympics 3 to 2, featured by the Kllloran, Orioles years, and I have lived for 133 Higglns. Bertrands That's where the That's where the pitching of Murphy for the win- Coleman, Champs the older I grow tho more I am '.. 110 "Quick Meal" comes "Quick Meal" comes ners and catching the that a supreme power inof O'Brien. Champs In. .100 convinced In in. O'Loughlin for the West. Broadway Sheehan, Champs the nffalrs of mankind. 100 tervenesa sparrow For If boys. The Lihierlcks also triumphed does not fall to Qnick Meal Gas Ranges Sold. Installed aad Highly Recommended 87 the ground R. Pontrich, Imperials without his consent, how over the Orioles in an extra inning Mattlngly, K. of C 80 can we hope game, Ray Haragan poling out a WV Murphy, Olympics that an empire will 80 This home run with one tjn. the final Schulte, K. of C 80 rise without his Is the score being G to 5. The league Burns, scorer........ 80 history spirit that has marked the of members will be seen in the role Thornton, Mackln 70 ington to our nation from WashWilson. It is a gratifying of entertainers next Friday evening, Dalton. Olympics.--. 70 a moonlight excursion to be given Hogan, Champs 60 fact that all our Presidents, from on the steamer Homer Smith. The Harrigan, Imperials 60 first to last, have never failed to the moral schedule fop tomorrow Is as fol- Donnelly, Trinity 44 recognize and Invoke lows: Trinity vs. Imperials, Orioles Schleman, Mackln 43 Governor of the world, especially proclamations. vs. Champs, Olympics vs. Mackln, Cronen, Mackln 43 in their inaugural Give us a trial for We are as and Bertrands vs. K. ot O. The Burke, Bertrands .. 42 "Righteousness exalteth a nation. close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and but sin maketh a people miserable. standing to date: 42 O'Loughlin, Olympics night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable 36 Clubs W. Pet Ohllgschlager, Trinity.. L. ON LAST JiAT. chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. K ol C..: 1G 2 .883 Chester,! Orioles 23 13 Mackln .722 Bosler, Trinity .5 The Louisville ball club will play 23 ,. 12 6 .666 Scheckler, Mackln Champs 22 at Columbus again today, tomorrow Imperials 9 9 .500 Lally, Mackln..;. A 22 and Monday, then going to In0 9 .500 Voor, Imperials Bertrands..... ot threo 15 dianapolis foi a series Olympics .444 Ciresl, K. ofOTi. v ... 8 --10 15 games, this being tho last of their S Orioles 13 .278 Eschmann, Imperials 4. .... 0 SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. 14 long and memorable away from FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. Trinity, 18 ..000 J. Murphy, Bertrands 13 homo trip, returning homo here Flynn, Bertrands...- .FREE SERVICE. 12 next Saturday for tho final battlo Beth Phonea 2JJ99. Bossmeyer, IC. of C FIELD OPEN'S STRAND. for the peniant flag. Tho clean sweep at Kansas City enthused TWIN OlTl' EXCURSION. Not in anything ho has done FOR RENT' I f every fan and near-fa- n hereabouts, 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. heretofore has Al O. Field demonabout the bulletin SALE or EXCHANGE Tho Twin, City Baseball League tho crowds strated the magic wand of the will give a moenllght excursion on boards dally during that series bemaster producer to the extent he tho beautiful steamer Homer Smith ing a reminder of tho world's fair S5.oo And dp. has in staging "Tho Niht Before next Friday revening, September 1, series, and if of thoso M. J. BAHNQN, LAWRENCE P. 8AKNM, 1H ). VEENEMN, piirlstmas," the sensational spec- tlm hoat to leavo foot of Fourth who anxiously awaited the daily CO.! Mgr. WW ftH. I Triu. Free. SHfibry. INCORPORATED. tacular surprise which is one of street at 8S0. Tickets ot admis returns will bo on hand when tho tho big, features of the Al. Q. FieW sion for adults fifty cents ana team comes homo Owner "Wathan, 333 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phone 135 This and the players will be more than cents. Greater Minstrel programmo this children twenty-fiv- e season, which will be the opening excir8ioH is given to defray tho repaid. Manager Clymer has at last attraction at the Strand Theater on expenses of the elimination series arrived at the regular lineup and September 4 and 5, The plot was in which th pnnant winners in with no injuries or bad luck It , Sewer aa4 Calvert Pipe, first used by Mr. Field as a story tho Twin City take part, playing should prove strong enough to land and was contributed to the ProK- - with the caajnptoB amateur team ot tho flag, which would be our secBaaaaB's Fxteat Lidded Pise fer Steam Ceadaits. Wall CeniBtf. Drain Tile. TMxlFed Brick. iress Magazine, and later printed in Cincinnati, first and if successtui ond In tho history of the AssociaThe tion. Louder than tho praise for numerous publications. This year then they go to Cleveland. Fife Fraalag, Flee Liming, Fire BrickJThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth it has been dramatized by Mr. Cincinnati twn will play hero tho players is tho many nice Grate aad Belter Tile, Gratia Fire Clay, Cklataey Field, and audiences agree that It Saturday.' 8tamb8r 23. and tho things said about the efforts of ,H. is one of the moat bewitching .and Twin City w)U JW the expenses of Owner Wathen to glvo us the best OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON amuslnjt fantasies the' atage has the trip. tb taams'to play in Cin- team that money could buy. XKCORTORATZD It is seen. Tiie plot is Dated on ioitc cinnati the 'following day. HOME FHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. GOOD POIt spur. lore ot the colored ponle who lit' hoped that t&fany admirers and " i I Sole Owners Registered DIat. No. 32', uuy wm ai- X WORKS MagKJla Ave,, Bet. 9tU aad lOtb. X habit a certain section ot "Old VI - ronowars otwe Brack. 17m Ida.. w hfl. & ,911 Ttaenn and ofaaae rind 4vlll add ginny." Seats. will go on sale 'aCteitd th iivai. L'iiua; 726-73- 0 West Main Street "souft; Main .Office and Salesroom, ndurlshment ami flavor the box oilee Thursday morning. , I awning and Mii the boys along. ; Following Is the roster of the Twln City Baseball League, each of whom Is entitled to enter the Kentucky Irish American's World's series contest the first coupon for which appears In this Issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, Haag, Bpsler. Aulbpch, Murphy, Eschman, II. Pontrich, E. Harrigan, Elperp, Ohlle, Itenn, Weber, Con- ners, F. Stelr. Voor, Kraemer, Ed- elen, Chenoweth, McDermott, G. Sieger. Orioles Kuebcrt, Weber, E. Pfaffinger, C. Weber, E. Pfafflnger, Soeder, Koehler, Loeffler, Baumgarten. McCabe, Wiedmelr Reiter. Wlllinghurst, Schmoetzer. Schott, J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches- - cummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner ANSWKKS GOD'S SUMMONS.' nranagan, J. Carrro, W. Stammer man schwind, Neumeyer. Wfdespread and sincere regret is Hack Gill Tracer Bwnfle?d. OuLieberN Murphy manifested, throughout the entlte cieg" death of Mrs. Hocan' West End Delf&nty Jack Curran M Lapafllo' Mary Jane overthe widow of PatSweeney, aneenan rick Sweeney, which took place Officers Capt. Frank Reichert, Saturday evening at her home, 1638 Mrs. Sweeney was Edward J. Wolfe, E. Stelnhock, High street. born In Ireland, but had lived here Thomas D. Cllnes. ton, Fries. M. Logan, J. Deeken, years Umpires Alvin Wells, Mulligan, nearly fifty highly and was eter a Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully. E. faithful and esteemed memFlynn, Henry, O'Laughlin, EJnne- - Otis Logsdon, Dan LaUy. ber of, St. Patrick's church. She had been In falling health fora longv time, and despite the most scrupulous care and tender nursing FAVORITES IN THE TWIN CITY LEAGUE. her fondly hoped recovery never came, and she passed peacefully away fortified by the rites of the church of which she was a saintly member. She is survived by . her sons, John and Thomas Sweeney, Miss and two daughters, Rose Sweeney and Mrs. Thomas Dolan, to niany relatives and friends whom extend sincere condolence. The funeral was held Tuesday mornlrig, Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan- ivon, Cereal. Madden, Curley, Bos- meyer. Keriealy. Hamilton, Ham- mond, Joe Murphy, P.. Weber, Clines. Mackln Council C. Ellors, Thorn- ton, Schleman, It. McGrath, Morris, Warren, Lally, L. Meisner, Davis, Hafner, Conley, Scbene, Scheckler, Cronan, Atwell. Larkin, McDonough. Bertrands It. Haragon, L. Hara- gon. Finn, Westerman, Higg ins, Burke. J. Murphy, Clifford, Polin. Hlnes. Rubs, House,. Meagher. Car- ney. Fitzgerald, Bloemer, C. Flynn. Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett. Dal- - gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. phy, C. Voas, G. Idler, Trlnlty Council ; Mur- - ARMY AEROPLANE SPREADS HAVOC. Sonhy.'BoslerBluel' 'shadburn Lieut. S. II. 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