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Kentucky Irish American: September 2, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916090201_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: September 2, 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. FOR FURNITURE go cro Wm. F. Mayer 413 IV. Market. KENTUCKY NO. 10. hood had been formed soon after ho was Intrusted to guide the destinies of the church. At the time ho took charge of the 'Peoria o there were flfty-on- o churches In the district. At his death there wero 250 churches. dlo-ces- Irish American 'w ! El Nomo Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1916. jBfflffgntr" " i FRICE FIVE CENTS. profits, pensions and relief funds. One fund distributed recently to dependents amounted to $480,000. A special hospital is being established In Belfast for men without legs or arms, solely for the use of the Ulster Volunteers. I inquired as to the eighty-thre- e names on the casualty lists In the town of Ballymoney and learned that all but six were Carsonltes. In Armagh and Down towns the percentage was not quite so high, but nearly so. If the other British casualty lists are as high as the average Belfast losses tho Allies' must be losing 30,000 men per week on the Somme. Small towns In the vicinity of Belfast have reported each from fifty to 300 casELECTS DELEGATES. Ber-trand ii w. m . DEATH Claims Most Kcv. John Lan- i1',,,1 ii ui a I HBSsBBBBBBBSBBBSSBBBBBBBBBBBSjMBBBBBBasflBBBBHBSV sbhHbbsISBbSIkHHBISbB "HiTf K ' Si4,1 ' n'' : ' ffHHIHBjHHSSBHMipwBMM9p(jr-''bs9HPIo sHjtMssJf ,' "" 'JftSBa J'jyssj INDEPENDENT And Progressive Voters Drifting to Support of Democratic Nominee. Vale Professor Cites Itcnsons "Why caster Spaldinp After Long1 Illness. "Was CATHOLIC TEACHING. Native of Lebanon and Ordained In Louisville Cathedral. "Won Distinction an Arbitrator and Friend of "Working1 Class. FRIEND OF THE COLORED RACE of the funeral. A solemn requiem high mass for Archbishop Spalding was held at 9 morning at St. o'clock Tuesday Augustine's church, Thirteenth and Broadway. Thirty priests took part, and representatives from the various convents of Louisville and viO'Don-aghu- W. Mundeleln, D. D Archbishop of Chicago. Escorted by uniformed guards the body was taken to the cemetery and placed In a temporary vault pending the construction' of a perplanned manent memorial chapel by Archbishop Spalding before his death. Among the dignitaries present were Archbishop Moeller, of Bishop Brossart, of Cincinnati; Covington; Bishop Fitzmaurlce, of Erie, and Coadjutor Kelly, of the Bishopric of Detroit. Flags flew at half-ma- st In Peoria and many business places were .closed at the hour ing in St. Mary's Cathedral, where he presided for many years as Solemn pontl-ficlBishop ot Peoria. requiem high mass was celebrated by the Right Rev. Edmund DIshop of Peoria, asMi Dunne, sisted by the Very Rev. D. J. Rior-daof Chicago, as deacon of the mass. The funeral oration immediately following the mass was delivered by the Most Rev. George cereImpressive and Solemn monies attended the burial at I'eorla of the Most Rev. Archbishop John Lancaster Spalding, who died last Friday following a long Illness. Services were held Tuesday mornal n, e cinity were present. Bishop preached the sermon and the Rev. Francis Felton celebrated the mass, while the Rev. 0. P. Raffo was deacon. Schuhmann was master the priestly vocation and set about fitting himself for that calling. He took his preparatory course at St. Mary's College, near Lebanon, after which he went to St. Mary's College, Emmettsburg, and from there to Mount St. Mary's at Cincinnati. Young Spalding then attended the Catholic Bishop by told Louisville was Many friends of the O'Donaghue. Spalding family attended the mass. John Lancaster Spalding was born June 2, 1840, In Lebanon, Ky. Early In the days of his boyhood ho began to show ' signs of and his work during his stay It Is admitted on all sides that Catholics have found a way of givmonies. was tho ing religions formation to tholr The late Archbishop founder of St. Augustine's church, children. They did not do so withIn The Rev. George of cere- Is not For the Sunday-schoenough, and the home Is not always so circumstanced that It can provide thorough and systematic training of this sort. Even an extra hour or so added to the ordinary school tlmo every day, as advocated by some who favor the Gary system, will not satisfy the needs of tho children. To be effective religion must be an Integral part of any school course, and It must bo taught by those who live It In experience as well as by profession. To say that it is impossible to make it part of an educational course Is proved false by the fact that In over 7,000 educational In stitutions it is a part, and taught in sucu a manner as to miiuence Why the conduct of the pupils. claim that it must be forever ostracized In common school programmes of study, because it is Impossible to teach any one religion that will satisfy all? Is it possible to teach any one system of philosophy that will satisfy all? Or. Is there any course of history that will satisfy all? Thoso who appreciate its valuo find no difficulty in determining how to teach ol From an article on the functions of the Catholic schools and their place in tho general educational system of tho country, written by the Rev. John J. Wynne, editor of the Catholic Encyclopaedia, jve take the following excerpts: Those who regulate, as well as those who teach In Catholic schools, aro not accustomed to think of competing with tho public schools. Now and then there Is a friendly competition, but it is never motived by antagonism. Occasionally some one speaks of the public schools as fcodless. but that does not mean that every Catholic is prompted to detract tho good work they are doing. Surely It Would bring censure on any teacher In the Catholic schools to speak disparagingly of a public school or of Its pupils. Many a Catholic priest and Bishop has received his education in these schools, and vast numbers of their teachers have been educated in Catholic schools. There Is' no occasion for mutual mistrust or antagonism between tho two Bystems. It is rare to find a public school principal or teacher who does not appreciate tho value of religion in education and deplore the fact that it is not practicable to provide for the proper religious training of every child. Independents Prefer AVilson. iBBSHBn9K SSSHSSSJ jSn uPmSSe Siyi ki ""TTl 'HbbbbHBbbHbbrB ?&ffc$siSB?0'0& gSBSSBMMHSJBjSSSBjBJftOJlff J 3Mg4 MgySSSSSBBSBSSSBSSSSB adUnsHsnslBBaBr 3Ba yv&TN J&MFr 4y3PJSSj 14J Sbi M ualties. At It. ;; During the next year young SpaldTho Catholic school system Is ing went to school in Rome, where now strongly established throughout he completed his studies prepara- tho country, and It Is growing rap tory to being ordained. idly In number and organization. In Catholic In 18G5 ho was ordained a. priest 1910 there wero 4,845 with solemn services at the Cathe- schools; in five years there wero Louiswero 1,043 more. Then there dral of the Assumption In ville. Even at that time his genius 1,237,251 pupils; now there are was manifested and the fact that 260,698 more, and the signs are y he promised to become a scholar that they will grow still more of rare attainments came to the and solidly during the next attention of Archbishop Blanchet, Ave years. No intelligent Catholic of Oregon, who chose him as his now questions the wisdom of the theologian at the second Plenary system or begrudges the sacrifice Council at Baltimore in 1866. With It requires; nor is there now tho Father Hecker, the Paullst priest, pressure that thirty years ago was and Archbishop Ryan, of Phila- often exercised from without Cathdelphia, he was selected t3 preach olic circles to prevail on parents to He was at this shun the Catholic and patronize the at the council. years old and public school. tlmo but twenty-si- x tho honor attached to his selection fame. soon gained him natlon-wld- o He returned to Louisville lit the il' ilMJmmmmm conclusion of tho council at Baltibecame a prleBt at the more and Cathedral. While In this capacity bbbsbbbbbbIHbbW ' ho devoted his labors to securing a ' JHP"P"WVk ''' tlmo church for negroes. At that then on St. Augustine's parish, Broadway, near Fourteenth street, was a mixed parish, the congregaISBBslsVisBMKiH'':' tion being both white and colored. Father Spalding set about to es- "VHsHsstinLHSsT The retablish a negro church. ' suit was tho founding of tho new St. Augustine's church near tho same location devoted only to the negroes in 1868. Father Spalding became pastor of this church, serving In that capacity for one year. In 1872 death claimed his Illustrious uncle, tho late Archbishop M. J. Spalding, for years one of. tho foremost figures in the Catholic world and who was known internationally as one of tho most learned Father Spalding men of America. then left his parish In Louisville of and went to live at the HousoCity Paullst Fathers in New York comuntil his uncle'B biography was repleted. Father Spalding never turned to Kentucky as a priest, WARDEN OSBORNE, he but from the metropolis, where was of Sing Sing Prison, whose reforms priest, ho was an assistant diocese called to the newly erected respon- have made him famous. of Peoria. He accepted the VISITING. sibility and was consecrated Bishop of Peoria in St .Patrick's Cathedral, The Rev, P. M. J. Rock, rector of New York City, May 1, 1877. Here his work In the annals of the Cath- the Cathedral, has been spending in 'the olic ohureh bus been writ large. a week visiting ' friends Schools, churches and charitable in- mountains ot Virginia and taking earned rest He will arrive stitutions sprung up everywhere; a welltoday and resume his pastoral waning parishes waxed. Strong again- home . o and a strong and purposeful prlest- duties. rap-Idl- College at Louvaln, Bel-gluAmong his classmates at this latter institution was Archbishop Rlordan, of San Francisco. out sacrifice and hardship; but they have been amply rewarded. They know now what influence it Is thai keeps their homes together, not scattered by dtvorco and not depleted of children. They knowalso why it is their churches are never empty during dlvino service, and why In most churches several services are necessary to satisfy congregation after congregation. It used to be predicted that as the generations with of immigrants their Old World faith disappeared, the new generation born on this If not soil would be Indifferent, creedless. Owing to the Catholic school the prediction has been more than falsified as each new generation appears. ',' ? the meeting of Division 4, Campaign. evening in Hall the following delegates SBBBBBBBBslBsSHfflBBSBHSSBBBSSSBBSBSBBBBBK ? - VBBBHBPlllBMRWaRBBaBBBBBBBBBBBnBSABBBSBBBKBBABBBBBBftlBBvIl were chosen to the State convenBSSSSSSSSSSMSSSMMBMSJeBMlBMSSBIiSSBSSMBgSSSSPBBSwl ISSSSSSSSSBSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSJSSBBSSSSSSSSSSSBSm iJ33&2s tion, which meets In this city Sunday, September 10: John H. DEMOCRATS OPPOSE PERCY HALY Thomas Lynch, Thomas J. Langan, James J. McTlghe, Patrick Connelly and M. J.. MnDor- . ii LJrr3MTr iii mott. Tlje following are their That tho independent and Bull SETTLING STRIKE SITUATION. alternates: w. i McDonogh, James Moose voters are drifting to Wilson B. Perry. John J. Barrv. John V. Left Officials of Railroad Brotherhoods. Center President Wilson. Right Managers of railroads. In the Presidential race is evidenced uurKo ana Fergus Mooney. Judge Matt O'Doherty was present and by the dally notices of this and that seph H. McMa4on, Rev. P. A. Progressive or indedelivered a short talk on tho re prominent Rev. Thomas McMillan, C. P. cent uprising and presdnt situation pendent voter declaring that he will support the Democratic Right Rev. Mgr. Splalne, Rev. S., In Ireland. nominee, The .speaker said that John Talbot f mith. William T. although ono must admlro Pcarse, their attitude showing that they Moran and Rjv. Bernard Bogan. Connolly and their followers for had waited for the Hughes camMgr. Chidwickjalso read a number their bravery and heroism against paign speeches and the announceof congratulatory letters from aboverwhelming odds, yet their act ment of his personal platform. That Declares Great Good "Will Itcsult sent .founders Jand , pioneers, and Great Ship Concerns at Belfast was one of supremo folly. Judgo they have been grievously disappointed In tho Miss Mealla delighted with a soO'Doherty said that Redmond, mer Supreme utterances of tho forEmploying Nearly JJO.OOO From Ite'cent Federation prano solo, Th"e lecture courses of Justice Is plain to Devlin, Dillon and their followers everyone. the ninth weekfwere, of more than Convention. Prof. Irving Fisher, of Hands. wore being condemned and critiYale, usual interest.', cized In every Irish gathering to- tional an independent voter of nareputation, who was present day, yet ho believed that they had at PATUIOTISMfAXD PROGRESS. all three taken the right step in advising tions and at of the national convenSir Kdwnrd Carson Faced With the Irish to support and fight for of acceptance,Mr. Hughes' ceremony Plan For Education of Masses has Pursuant to jail, members of DiEngland in tho present war. He ment consisting of published a statea Split Among His Own Meets With Catholic vision 1, A. q. H., assembled at ten also cited the fact that the execu- he will support Wilson, reasons why Liederkranz Htll on Thursday of one Favor. Followers. tion and wholesale murders of the ten reasons being In support of his last week to hear reports and learn of tho Irish rebelllonists was but another above argument, and the the standing oflthe division and the sentiment example of the is typical of the average Progressive good it is doting charitably, socially, brutal policy of the English GovIndependent voter. Prof. Fisher morally those Better Understood and Appreci principlesand in Joenunciating Hiber- Ulster Clergy of AUDenomintlon ernment, but that Government was and says: every true dear at tho bar of public opinion today ' "Like many other voters, I am Opposing the Partition nian. In the absence of President ated Than They Have Been and the world looks forward to tho repelled, rather than Mark Ryan, V1& President Cushlng Heretofore. granting of Irish freedom. At tho a campaign of carpingattracted, br Plan. occupied the chair and conducted criticism in close of the meeting the division which the speeches of the Republithe business of Jthe meeting like an marched to tho Dominican church, can candidate consist chiefly oi old veteran. Councilman Thomas where President John Hnnnessv even where faults are Dolan was callpd to fill the Vice LOYAL AND PATRIOTIC CILIZENS President's chair and he did so with DEVLIN HAS BECOME LEADER led the rosary for the reposo of the not to be found, Ignoring virtues, soui ot Kev. Father Joseph T. even where they are obvious, and dignity and decorum. When the Keelty, division tho chaplain. proposing nothing definite of his reports of the Secretary and Treasown. Ridicule is a cheap political urer wore read as to the financial device which ill befits Mr. Hughes. RETURN THANKS. The following tetter from Belfast Last Sunday Cardinal Farley standing of the - division at the "No human administration was gave expression to the following, present date ajl death and sick to the Irish Press and News Service, To all the Workers and Con- ever faultless, and I, for one, rewhich will be read with much In- claims paid the members seemed the second of the series, shows the spect Mr. Wilson for hla frankness to be In high jlglee, and Thomas conditions in Ireland up to August tributors to the St. Joseph's Orphan terest by Catholics and all Society Picnic: We are pleased to in publicly correcting himself when James P. Barry were on 12: people throughout the Dolan and to convinced of error. It. ,lajd thejHyIsloiu for .ThergrentshificoncernG., atjiBel;. announce. that the annual picnic, of iWhojrneyorjfchaHgesVhfB Is the'" fool rthelr..f eet country: JosepH'd-Ofpha- 'ir mlBd saafl SocietVa's' the knave who never admits it. I The Catholic societies which have us past anu present uceas oi good fast are employing nearly 30,000" Str just finished their deliberations dur- and usefulness to the hands at present, which with tho pronounced success In every way. find myself losing respect for cerelement and community In gen- munition supply factors makes the In spite of tho inclement weather ing "Catholic week" are organized thronged the "picnic tain politicians who claim infallicity of Ireland thousands for the purpose of providing the eral. Other speakers followed and one of St. Joseph's Orphan bility, whether the reason bo pride, o machinery to educate, crystallize gems of oratory were placed on the a of Industry as compared grounds or. political prudence, and. Home. It to and give expression to the opinion brow of old Division 1 all without with neglected and suffering Dub- thank everywould be Impossible per- cowardice their own mistakes every yet mako worker and donor of the Catholic citizenship of the a dissenting voice being in favor of lin. But the workers are not all day." Nation on public questions affect- continuing in the good work. Pa- residents of Ireland. Many have sonally, so we take this means to The Republicans publicly our to ing morals and religion. The pur- triotism, perseverence and progress crossed over from England and all who express way" appreciation to sadly disappointed themselves aro In the Hughes in any contributed pose of these societies has been best was the gist of thoso earnest and Scotland, thinking to escape concampaign thus the sucess of served through their conventions timely speeches that so enthused scription by working on ship con- mittees who the picnic. The com- of the party are far and the bosses kicking themselves attended the prelimin every member present all pledging struction destined for the transport ust completed In New York. donations for fair. They realize now that d of tho permanent ary meetings, solicited These conventions have been of to do their utmost to keep tho di service. imposed upon, they were such Importance that they have at- vision in its good standing in the population of Belfast Is Nationalist, and worked for the success of the Hughes as a candidate Is a 100 that per future as in the past. Numerically but they do not hold the best posi- picnic, are especially entitled to cent, lemon, and tracted the attendance and Interest more that my two American colleagues in It was tho largest meeting held In tions in the shipyards or factories. praise because of the extra work cessful canvass could a have sucof been festival the Sacred College of Cardinals, the a year, and is proof positive that They have a hard time living under necessary in holding thepray We that made by Senator Weeks, Senator espe- on tho second day. Apostolic Delegate, the official rep- all members aro still loyal and true the oppressive taskmasters, Cummins or any other of tho promshower resentative in this country of the to the nbblo principles of the cially since the Dublin uprisings. the Almighty God willand thus his inent convention possibilities. To re The Visiting Com- Many of them have been discharged blessings upon them, Supreme Pontiff; Archbishops, Bish- Ancient Order. make all the more humiliating, if ops, hundreds of Monslgnorl and mittee' reported no member, on the for alleged sympathy with the ward them for their sacrifice and Hughesit Is elected they are not sure sic!; rebel and are scorned for not en- labor. priests and thousands of earnest, icl: list, and presented no of their prestige as bosses, so beSt. Joseph's Orphan Society. Catholic"! claim. An invitation to the division tering the army. They do not pass serious and tween their unctartaln future and laymen and laywomen. Those who to take part in tho celebration of through Sandy Row and In turn do to Following are the names ot those the dead campaign of the Ice water whom awards were made: Mrs. have attended tho conventions, who the fiftieth anniversary of the dedi- not permit their enemies to spend - twins, Hughes and Fairbanks, the have spoken at the various meet- cation of St. Michael's church, their time in High street In West J. Goby, 1031 Brook; Alberta Hub- G. O. P. is In a sad way. buch, 1126 West Market: Edward ings and who have been responsible Brook street, Sunday morning, Sep- Belfast. It Is amusing to read the RepubIs M. Miller. 1227 Floyd: Miss Edna lican press, which tells of "ringClub Devlin's Nationalist for the expressions of the societies, tember 24, from Rev. Martin O'ConRauch. 2322 Rowan; Margaret came from all parts of the country. nor, the pastor, was received and all crowded nightly and his organ, the Hempfllng, Republican 1816 Dumesnll; Phil J. ing" speeches of the They are by reason of their experi- members who can will attend the Irish Times, has become only modW. H. candidate, the paid press agents 730 South Shelby: ence well qualified to represent and ceremonies. The meeting adjourned, erately Nationalist In tor.a. The vot- Flelg. Shively; William Macke, Un- writing this having the time of speak for the Catholic citizenship of all being well pleased with the pro- ing lists of West Belfast are Senn, and Dupuy; Miss- - Dora their life trying to Inject life into the nation. Very naturally these ceedings and promising to attend scrutinized cloesly, every death or derbill 1431 Highland; L. the campaign. Our local Louisville W. Schildt, future meetings punctually. ranks and removal Is noted, the effect on the Specht, Catholics of different Jr., 2230 Frankfort; S. M. Herald, which said before the concountry Is register of vacated houses from different parts of the vention that "Hughes didn't call for Raffo. BEIKJVED PRIEST GONE. watched and counted daily, as Jo- Specht, 416 West Market; A. K. much," Is- now laboriously trying to have come to know and understand 2420 Frankfort; Frank A. seph Devlin has become the most each other better. Mrs. obey the voice of it's master, but it The death of Rev. Joseph T. powerful political leader In Ire- Geher, 215 West721Market; Broad- Is some task. The press of the city and of the East Charles Sauter, nation, both secular and Catholic, Keelty last Sunday morning caused land. He is the only member of way; George Guelda, 733 Vine; Jo For the good of the Democratic in St. Louis the Irish party with a Protestant seph Hubbuch, Rev. Louis C. Ohle; party here In Kentucky a quietus has very kindly and generously widespread sorrow given full and accurate reports of Bertrand's church parish, where democratic following and his friends Ben uroau- - should be put upon the controversy the proceedings And deliberations he was known and loved by many, claim an increased support from way; G. Hoenjes, uuti uastand Jef over election commissioners, etc., Lee Schulz, Wenzel of the conventions. Nation-wid- e and especially In the ranks of tho that element which will offset the the whole doing the party no good, publicity has therefore been ac- Hibernians, he having been chap- loss of old supporters who have ferson; Robert G. Bosse, 510 Fehr and the Issue at stake will be of avenue. corded to the ylews of these rep- lain of Division 4 for the past two left him because they oppose his no consequence If the party should, As a result years, the members surprising him plan of separating portions of resentative Catholics. become the minority party because publicity our Ulster from the remainder of Ireof this this past June with a purse in of factional fights. To the average have come to know silver on the occasion of his silver land. The Ulster clergy, as a jHIo, Democrat the attitude of Gov. Stanthe views- - of the Catholics of the jubilee to the priesthood. With of all denominations oppose the ley seems right In opposing tho in- was suprised to Cathdlics therefore characteristic nation and the modesty terference In party affairs of Percy Father partition, and I will be better understood and ap- Keelty had not announced the date hear some officers of the Bank of Haly, who was placed on tho shelf been here- and the anniversary had only been Ulster say they much preferred preciated than they have for good and all by the Democracy tofore. of Kentucky last year, and tho found out through chance on the home rule for all Ireland to the outside of eve ot his departure to St. Mary of partition plan, which would hurt Our fellow citizens thread by which he still hangs on the church will appreciate that we tho Springs, Ohio, whoro the Do- Belfast trade and banking with is due to Beckham's seat in the have no political ambitions us an minican mother house Is located other sections of the country. Senate. That honor, as everyone organization, and that we are loyal ahd where Sister Constance Keelty, Sir Edward Carson is faced with knows, was due to tho misguided patriotic American citizens, ready a sister of Father Keelty, Is Prior a split among his own followers. attitude of some Democrats in tho and willing to make every sacrifice ess. On Tuesday morning a sol The feeling over the conduct of the primary ot 1914, and there is no fflnttPlnt 'in. ri- ! ror our country; that we stand emn requiem mass was said at 10 war has divided his supporters into chance of that mistake ever being BSSBJBSiHX ri j firmly for those things which will o'clock with Very Rev. Father T. two classes, one faction approving repeated. In opposing the attempts make for the moral and religious L. Crowley as celebrant, Rev. A. A. his criticism of the Government, thq ot Percy Haly to again get in tho ViSBBBRB L SsB progress of the nation; that we seek Rurkln deacon, Rev. D. A. Casey other appearing to believe that his Democratic party councils tho memcourse gives comfort to the enemies from and are willing to give to bers of that party aro with Gov. and Rev. J. L. Stanley, right or wrong. them support in all moral moveHIIIKrV .fllsllH as of the British Government In other ftaf&l Rev. V. G. Cloary and lands. Despite all reports there Is ments that will tend to make this acolytes. Right Bishop INTO NEW HOJEE. nation a better one. As a conse- aghue conducted Rev. funeral O'Don no possibility of his effecting a serv truce with Joseph Devlin as the bitthe quence the selfish ahd unscrupulous of the church will re- ices and Rov. F. A. uanney deliv terness of feeling between the two calumniators The undertaking establishment off many factions has been increased since ceive less" attention and will thus ered tho sermon, to paying Gran W. Smith'B Son, for many the deceased, the April rebellion and is Intensipower for evil. touching tributes years located at Eighth and Jeffer be limited in their with ho son, was this week moved into The outcome of the conventions whommany had beenat associated City. fied by tho persecutions under tho years Kansas up in the statement for may be summed defense of the realm act and the handsomo and modern equipped understanding will Very Rev. F.ther J. P. Cronin, execution of martial law. quarters at Sixth and Zano streets. that a better our Vicar General, and about thirty-fiv- e Joseph Devlin claims credit for exist among the Catholics of This is tho oldest continuous undercountry of all ranks on the ono of the local clergy were present at 22,000 Nationalist recruits for the taking firm in tho city, being estabin addition to about British army in tho Province of hand and between the Catholics and the services lished In 1832 by J. V. W. Smith, of nuns. Accom- Ulster, while Sir Edward Carson' the same number on the other. grandfather of Al. S. Smith, the the panied by Very Rev. Father Crow- says his aide furnished 43,000 men, present proprietor. Tho building GEN. SARRAILL, Gaffney, Father Casey Good judges of tho rival claims fix ley, Father SUM1MER SCHOOL. is large and contains all tho imand Francis L. Keelty, a brother, the Devlin recruits at 12,000 and commander of the allied armies at provements and everything connectSalonika now advancing. Last Sunday was Founders' day and Mrs. j John Sites, a sister, the tho Carsonites at ,30,000. undertaking ed with an An American moves about much at tho Catholic Summer School at remains were taken to Somerset, business. WELCOSLB VISITOR. Cliff Haven. It was a day taken Ohio, for burial. Father Keelty is more freely In Belfast than in DubBISHOP A BOOSTER. from the busy whirl of life to turn also survived by four sisters in lin, where a constant system ot espionage prevails, and on the whole The Rev. Father John B. Kelly, and wander down the vistas of the the Dominican order. ( have been well noat and to elve honor to those to treated here. 0. P., ot Houston, Texas, has been The Right Rev. Bishop Lawler NEARLY SLVTY YEAIt. Wherever you move about the city spending the past week at the addressed the members of the Comwhom the school Is Indebted for many Dominican Convent on SLxth Btreet. mercial Club of Rapid City, S. D., wounded boys, December 20 next will be the you see Its present prosperity. The family gathering in the evening took the sixtieth anniversary ot the ordina wrecked physically for life, and you Father Kelly is a native ot this recently on the necessity of encourof Judge aging railroad extension and taking form ot a Founders' day reception. tion of the Right Rev. John S. wpnder what is to become of all city and a nephew Bishop these crippled men and their Matthew O'Dohery and has a wide an active interest In vsvery moveThe. Right Rev. John P. Chldwlck, Foley, Bishop of Detroit. appropriate ad- Foley was consecrated November 4, of the circle of Louisville friends D. D., presided, and for more than who ment for the upbuilding of Western ! people ot Belfast now lire oft war were glad to greet him. dresses were 'made by. the Rev. Jo 1SSS. South AKota. SSySSSSS BBS ESS Republican Press and Leaders Cnn't Inject Life Into the P&HaSFSSKe SSSBSvT KB BBaBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSflBAsBBBBBBBBrBBBnmBBBSBBSsBBvSSsB! A. O. H., Monday ? I 1 Hen-ness- y, w- IM ii CARDINAL Hal-pi- n, IRELAND thick-heade- d. fault-findin- g, right-thinki- ng ,- - Irish-Americ- an bee-hlv- One-thir- right-thinki- - M non-Cathol- ic fellow-citize- ns sub-deac- Fln-ner- ty V, to -- ram-llle- s. one-ha- lf I jkje&k'MJOK'V' K&NTU6KY IRISH AMERICAN. PUBLISHBD EVERY. SATURDAY. ol Xjish aiu$:em:o.ajs:. And cuSlING EVENTS. September 3 Excursion to Mammoth Cave, auspices of Trinity Council, Y. M. I. fci ; 1 ,juc!i ' September 4 Euchre and lotto kith Aerk6 levtfed ta w Swlal m Mefal churcll In St. Charles Bqrromeo hall, evening only. OMUKy Indorse by AaetMt Ordf ot HHwtas, ,. ' jt Iartttuto sad C&tttottc gaighH of Aawks. 3 Lawn fete, September euchre and lotto by Young Ladles' City Clothing Company, who has KMMTUOKY IHISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO., lacotyreUd, Ptobllaftw Sodality of St. Leo's church, after- been ill at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, is again able to bo out, SINOLB COPY gc noon and evening. 9VISCRIPTI0N PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR ld'tto, to the great delight of his relatives September 22 Euchre and and legion of friends. 9 rutur. St. William's school hall. B.urM .t tk. UjTHt.J.rt.ypjfM aW-September 22 1 Wt Green St. party for benefit Euchre and lotto Misses Julia Hanrahan and Mary AMrtMSCoaaM(MdM to tka UKTUBKY MH6H AMERICAN, of St. William's Burke, who were tho guests . of church, Thirteenth and Oak. Miss Elizabeth Conloy, of 7 Lawn fete for West Broadway, left Saturday 2424 September JIJSPSZ for of Our Lady, on church a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Church iAij't'y)couNcjL)i and Rudd. grounds, Thirty-fift- h Greenwell at their homo In September 28 Euchre and lotto, Ky 1308 West St. Augustine's Hall, Miss Mayme Noonan, 1319 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1916. Broadway. 19 Lotto by St. ElizaLCUI8 VIDLB, KY October avenue, Sunday beth's Auxiliary, Knights of St. evening at her entortalned honor of home in ' above all other influences working John, at Utopian Hall. THEY WEItn OPEN. Miss Gertrude McCrann, of Omaha, acalnst us In America is the- mem- who is visiting Misses Aline and Unliko the society of mischief- - ory of tho lrlsh revoit, For that C8X3aXK830a8ttG8333X3C8e2C8ro Bessie Hannan in the Highlands. A sumptuous dinner was served for makers, pseudo patriots ana two-Dunfortunate "lapso of statesman the guests. exploiters, tho meetings or mo flhlPi when tho Cabinet forgot its H 6 American Federation of Catholic flrst impuiso clemency. towards The marriage of Miss Marguerite Societies were opon at all times thero wouia 8eem to be no hope of Davis and Jerry Osborne, well known residents of Jeffersonvillo, and politics were unheard of. No a spee(jy remedy." England's pol- was solemnized Wednesday morning Miss Rose Sweeney, of resolutions endorsing Hughes were icy towards Treland, especially' as at St. Augustine's church, Rev. Is visiting at Alton, Ind. assume, expressed in "tho reign of Sir John passed, as some outsiders Father Michael Halpln performing nor was the watchful waiting Maxwell at Dublin." Is responsible After the wedding M. J. Connelly has been visiting the ceremony. breakfast the happy couple left for theory condemned with Its author, for tho change from tho earlier friends in Alexandria and a weddln gtilp. and with impunity. sympathy, a change that is likely to last "until the end of tho war, Tho marriage of H. Edward Miss Clara May Wirth is at NATIONAL IIUIAVAKK. or until such time as a complete Columbus, Ind visiting Mrs. James Wall, of Jeffersontllle, and Miss Martlno F. Parker, of New Albany, Sibley. Any system of education which change can be brought about in our was solemnized Wednesday morning Irish policy." oerlooks the religious training of Miss Katherino K. Keaney has at Holy Trinity churcll, Rev. Father returned from Niagara Falls and Curran celebrating the nuptial mass tho young, no matter how perfect SATISFACTORY. and performing tho ceremony. Both Canada. in other respects, suffers from a are nopular and manv of tlmir school radical defect. Tho parochial v friends were present to offer con The acceptance by tho trainmen m Miss Ruth Murphy, of Jefferson-rillmakes no such mistake. Within of tho Adamson eight-hou- r has been the guest of friends gratulations. bill and lis limits it gives its pupils the the Intent of Congress and the Sen- at Salem. Miss Genevieve Conroy Happell answers to tho problems they will ate to pass that bill today should Leo P. Rellly has been enjoying and Bertram L. Menno were united be called upon to solve. It trains avert the threatened disaster of the his vacation this past week at In marriage Saturday at St. Frances of Rome church, its children for tho battle of life, great railroad strike. For which Slumberville. Rev. Thomas White performing the ceremony. it remembers their eternal destiny the American people will be duly Miss Elizabeth O'Leary was Fair Following a wedding feast at the and prepares them for their posi- giateful, and say what you may, the week guest of Miss Virgle Adamson Seelbach tho bride and groom left of tho great country result Is a tribute tion as citizens to Piesident at Shelbyvllle. for an extended honeymoon trip through tho North, and after Sepwhere the Providence of God has Wilson's efforts. bo at homeMiss Louise Gary is in Bedford, tember 15 will cast their lot. The formation of at HETTEH RESULTS HOPED. Ind., for a two weeks' visit with Kenilworth. man, tho Christian, tho citizen, the Miss Lela Torphy. Inis tho ideal it has in view. JUIULEH PARADE. The public at large and tobacco tellectual, religious, civic prepared- men are pleased with tho efforts of A. Shea and Mrs. Katherino Rev. Martin O'Connor, pastor of ness, this is its watchword. And Senators James, Beckham and the daughter, Mrs. J. H. Mulhall, are St. Michael's church on Brook It is because it thus rounds tho delegation of Congressmen who are at Dawson Springs. street, is elated over tho number pupil for his tasks, duties, re- planning to adopt methods of reMiss Lena Walsh has been spend- of acceptances by Catholic societies sponsibilities and rights that we taliation for the latest outrage of ing a fortnight with the Buttlmer to participate in the grand parade that will mark the opening of the claim for it a position of honor Great Britain in placing an em family at New Castle. four days' celebration of tho golden among our educational forces. Not bargo on tobacco to even neutral Misses Margaret and Julia "Dixon. jubilee of that hfstorlc old church every thing is perfect in the actual countries. It is hoped that tho inon of Jeffersonvllle, aro homo from an The Sunday morning. September 24. parade will form at tho church working of the system. Is there any terests of the Kentucky Senators enjoyable visit in Chicago. on Brook street, moving out to Marchain of schools, any organization will be livelier than In the Roger Little Miss Eileen Clines, of ket and west to Fifth, south on for the training of youth whore Casement resolution for clemency, Firth Audubon Park, is visiting her aunt, Third, toInWalnut, east on Walnut to shortcomings must not be recorded? for which neither voted, and al- Mrs. Third to Jefferson, and Noonan, 1319 Bellwood. James then east on Jefferson to St. as a whole Is though passed was not sent trt But the system There will be special sound. Owing to the religious Loudon until after Casement was Mrs. J. J. Kavanagh entertained Michael's. piogrammes for each of the four club Wednes- days her luncheon-sewin- g training which it gives, it does a hanged. day at her apartments in the Ow.ens-Hll- l. which and evening entertainments at work of national Importance, one Matthew ' EdwardJudge McDermott, O'Doherty, J. The Socialists are against preThomas which the nation has been too slow Walsh and Patrick be defense. paredness and national to recognize. and L. F. speakers. Later theSavage will pror B. J. Sandmann Their doctrine is that the workers Michael were among the Louisville giamme will be given complete In these last LITTLE CHEER. have no country to lose, no country arrivals in New York City week. Combatting tho Socialto defend. We decline, to trespass on a ists and their anarchistic principles 1JE AN OPTIMIST. who has Miss Elizabeth question which has been granted furnishes a sphere for tho Junior been visiting Mr. Shafer, Mrs. Jack and The Rev. Bi other Isidore, Tespito of late, says the Southern returned vincial of the Xavlerlan order InProSt. Louis, Order and Guardians of Liberty, Fahey in the anyone thought Guardian, but if United States, was the guest of who then might do better than Saturday. that Mr. Hughes, the Republican they haye thus far attemped. o the local Alumni of St. Xavler's Mrs. Thomas H. Hlnes left Monat a banquet given at the Seelcandidate for President, would take day on a visit to her daughter, bach on Tuesday night In honor of up tho Catholic grievance In Mexfor youth Mrs. Thomas Ford, at Elizabeth-tow- his golden Jubilee". Recreation centers Tho distinspeeches two already have possibilities that are almost ico, his Tenn. guished visitor In his temarks viged all to look at tho bright side delivered hold out slight hopo in limitless. They develop action, joy Misses Mary and Margaret of things and said that of all the that direction. The notification and life and' lead to high and great of tho Highlands, hae re- work he had dono In his fifty years reply, spoken immediately after the things. turned from a trip to Atlantic City of teaching, he considered the pleasnomination, reminded all and and the East. ure ho had given those under him his greatest accomplishment. Robert Eight houis pay, eight hours sundry that tho brand of AmeriAlice Mudd Misses canism he preached would not tol- sleep and eight houis play, the and Alma Hda Shlrcllff, arrive today A. Watson was toaBtmaster and Hayes will were by the erate race or creed interference. proper solution, stijke or no strike. from Nelson county to enter Holy Brother James, made toast wasRev whoso "A Tho speech delivered in New York, Rosary Academy. Son of Xavler," and Thomas D. Keep busy with your own affairs Clines as iepresentatle of the on tho occasion of his acceptance Mr. and Other speakers were Fred o. the nomination in formal man- and you will have little time to Beechmont, Mrs. John Gorman, of Alumni. Rev. have leturned from a Harlg, John T. Hill, R. A. bother with the affairs of others. ner, dwelt long upon the troubles delightful automobile tour of the Schuhmann, William G. Hume, of our Southern neighbor, but tho William P. McDonough and Thomas striking Bluegrass section. Read Father Wynne's Many of the old students Hines. Catholic would look in vain for tribute to the parochial schools. Miss Nell Keaney has returned of Brother Isidoio were present, even the most remote aHuslon to after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. and many incidents of the first FOURTEENTH ANNUAL any consciousness on tho orator's ANNIVERSARY CELIMJRATION. B. Hart at their summer cottage schqol on Fourth street were related part that ho knew representatives and enjoyed by all present. A at Grosse Isle, Mich. puise of gold was presented the Tuesday night at St. Martin's of our faith had been maltreated. the evening was Hall the Mrs. Thomas M. Barry, her soii jublllarfan and In any event he knows nothing of celebrated St. Martin's Bruderbund annih Ann closed with the singing of "Auld Miss the and sister, any crime .except those committed versary with the largest and hap- Thomas have been visiting at West Lange Syne." During the afternoon Monday and Tuesday O'Keefe, Brother Isidore and Brother BoniTo such mal- piest gathering in Its history. Capt. Point this past week. against Americans. LOUISVILLE, SEPTEMBER 11-11916. face, of Baltimore, who celebrated treatment he did allude, and if any Oscar Miller presided as toaiHmas-teAL G. FIELD'S e his golden jubilee a short time ago, and in welcoming the members Meehan and Misses Annie of our faithful are Included in the and their friends stated that they from were taken on an automobile tour returned WORLD'S GREATEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW Dear have number then to them he promised were there for an evening of pleas- Berkely, Cal., where they have been of the city, and were entertained at the country home of M. J. Bannon those not members spending the summer. ' well just what he promised It ure and Invited Daily Trotting, Pacing and Running Races Daily at Buechel and also at the residence affiliated. After tho to become would bo hard to say, since he reading of a congratulatory message LABOR DAY MATINEE Miss Mary Furey, of Zane street. of Leo Schuhmann on the Third-strespoke in most general terms. CLEAN AND CLASSY MIDWAY boulevard. from Rev. Father Berresheim, con who was operated on at St. Jo veying his blessing, President Henry seph's Infirmary on Tuesday, Is MR. FIELD'S GREATEST OFFERING Grand Military Pageant and Athletic Tournament RESENTMENT INCREASING. DEDICATION. Hell spoke on brotherhood and tho now recovering rapidly. Improvements and benefits derived SEATS NOW SELLING. Stupendous Decorated Automobile, Parade For PrizesTomorrow will bo the tenth anniAn article which appeared orig- therefrom. While paying benefits Among those enjoying rest and weeks of the year, recreation at West Baden the past versary of the dedication of St. inally In the Manchester Guardian for twenty-si- x Great Fraternal Gathering For Friday of Fair Week Highland chuich and on the and has been given wido circulation in $200 when a death of a member dies, week were Rev. O. P. Ackermnnn Leo's John J.In Fitzgerald, Park, pasRev. tho Live Stock Thursday member's wife Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d $50 the American and Irish press. That thero still remained $7,000 in the and Rev. George A. Weiss. tor, and his people will make it a and Friday suspicion of England's policies, to- treasury. A number of choice selecone of the Miss Eleanor Newman was In dny that Will mark gether with deep resentment of tions were rendered by the Holy Fiankfort the past week and spent epochs In the history of that flourReduced Railroad Rates , $40,000 in PremiumsVAUDEVILLE ishing congregation. England's blunders or worse, is Trinity Choral Society, a musical several days with her aunts, Misses noon at 3:30 o'clock In tho afterDANCIXQ Address W. J. Gooob, Seeretary, Suite 004, Equitable Buidiu organization unsurpasesd by any in the new and dally growing in the United States, tho city. Short addresses were also Kate and Margaret Newman. commodious St. Leo's parochial DAILY' FREE BAND CONCERTS Louisville, Kentucky. says the Guardian, can not be de- made by the editor of tho Kentucky nieces. school will be dedicated with . ImMiss Mary Hogan and ADMISSION TO PARK by the Right left pressive ceremony nied. Nor can it be quietly Irish American and Henry Frenke. Elizabeth and Margaret, was the pre Wednesday for a ten days' stay at Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue, assisted Afternoon Vre. After e V. ivr. in A pleasing incident Ignored, for If any lasting peace sentation of a handsome gold badge by manV priests of the diocese. The NOTE Coupon given with gate ticket gooa Is to bo secured through an inter- to John Dornbusch, who has com- St. Mary's of tho Knobs in sermon will be preached by the dance ior admission to tneatcr or pavilion. years as a Rev. Dr. G. W. Schuhmann, of St. national league of tho Powers the pleted his twenty-fiv- e THE URSULINE DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL THE BIO SANITARY There were frequent re sympathetic of the member. Mary J. Godfrey will return John's church, and the lellgious Miss FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. receremonies will conclude with bene S W J M M M I N G cesses while cigars, eatables and uext week from Omaha, whore she diction of tho Blessed United States is absolutely neces- freshments were served in Sacrament by UMW OFEX CRESCENT HILL, LOUISVILLE KY. has been spending several months tho Rev. James P. Cronln, V. G., sary. At the outset of tho war the with her grandparents, Mr. and of St. Patrick's. The Second-streHigh Moral and Intellectual Standards. Catalogue Sent Free. balance of public favor inclined, Mrs. Joseph Burns. ADDRESS: SACRED HEART ACADEMY, SECRETARY. KY. 3115 CHER0KEE3 DRIVE.ItOUBVIllE. cars run out to the church grounds. WITH THE SICK. cause of thinks the writer, to the Rev. Father Edward Boes, The Martin Ridge, of East Broadway, "That sympathy we the Allies. LABOR DAY' PARTY. Valley, Is stilt 111 at UotAm. City iilol Climb. South OOO-- T sacrificed," and for the loss, tho of Pewee and Elizabeth Hospital, who was operated on recently for Sts. Mary appendicitis, was able to be reTho ladies ot St. Patrick's parish many of but his friends will be glad to British moved home this week from S(. invito their friends to their Labor &HW5i which betrayed a lamentable want know that his condition Is steadily Anthony's Hospital. & day party, to be held Monday night largely re- Improving. of statesmanship, are Thirteenth Thursday letters from Rome, Ind., INCORPORATED. Swift, of 337 East in the school hall at charge Mrs. William sponsible. With them camo the brought tho welcome news that and Market. Those will Oak street, who Is ill at Sts. Mary be Mesdames Mayme in Rodgers, John censorship, tho arbitrary blacklist, tho Jtev. H. W. Jansen. pastor of and Elizabeth Hospital, is now conQuality Jellico Coal. recovering v tie annoying and damaging inter- St. Brlgld's church. Ismay shortly valescent and may soon bo able to McGlnty,Mary George Seaman and Misses E. Sohan, Mayme from his illness and return to her home. ference with neutral mails, which and Salllo Ferllng. Euchre Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue. bo able to return home. 'XHiilflliiiiiBflrHMH ffl HrEHJvsHafln In no wise tended to soothe the bvIIbI IvJKsSiHlklEwn. and lotto will bo Mrs. F. M. Relling and Miss a consolation prize the features and by earlier will bo awarded soreness occasioned SERVICE AMONG INDIANS. Adella Belling left Sunday for a year of month's stay at Mt. Clemens, Mich., after tho regular drawing. This is the fortieth blunders. Yet "these matters are i r, comparatively unimportant In days service among tho North Dakota accompanied by Mrs. Walter NEW UNDERTAKING FIRM. of Lexington. - Sioux Indians for the Rev. Jerome as these," continues the Man- Hunt, O. S. B., the missionary of Edward H. Ratterman and B, J. rere Fort Totten, in the Devil's Lake chaster critic. "If there an underWednesday evening tho marriage Scannell have opened Funeral Directors , notfciag else to be considered we Agency. Forty years ago Father of Mise Norma Egelback, daughter taking .establishment, located at Fifth believing tSat Jerome came to Fort Yates from ot Mr. and Mrs. George Egelback, 3101 West Broadway. Mr. Ratterwould be justified in Investigate Our New Tree Embalmers. man has had Indiana, accompanied by there was do reason for a serious Giles, who has been bis Brother, andSt.John Greenewald took place ence as funeral many years experi- local Catholic circles, having lent Delivery Service. falthfuli at director, while Mr. Vincent de Paul's church'. relaIn Chang i Scannell la well known in Dusinesei their 'aid at different times In be- 8BH OUR ADS IN THE TIHMr friMd, companion and- helpmate i opiates all these years. BJHKAIjJU AU the writer's Tatof toil WW. tions."' In uuiu aro weu nowa ja half of Catholic charity work. will J, uiy now yrna me rans anairB. Advwet and CaHc Yetwz Men's $5.00 8 l. Louis 11 Tay-lorsvll- le, Return, Sept. 2 Leave Tenth nnd Broadway, Loh. isville, Ky., 0:48 p. m., and return LAD Oil DAY. i Sept. 4. City Ticket Office Fourth and Main, Phones 1134. 12-1- VOTE TOR JW-2- 26-2- WILSONMARSHALL Bell-wo- od ' - it OVOiL- IT. e, viki .lMflimft wsm f v - Col-leg- n, AND THE Cor-coia- n, Straight Democratic Ticket. STRAND Kentucky State Fair 6, forty-fourt- r, Kath-erln- Greater Minstrels et - FontaineFerryParK HIGH-CLAS- S - SACRED HEART ACADEMY POOL et GERMAN BANK orders-in-counc- ll, DOUGHERTY Best LANNING GOAL CO. Pittsburg and Ket-ter- er Hlllen-meye- lAftWlUMIn H.B0SSES0N and and Market Sts. Anglo-Americ- an - rul. issjiiJOBrsir irexsm a:m:e:rioaj:- RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find In these colums. We aim to protect our read-s- rs by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVIliliB BY & AMERICAN EliEVATOIl MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. ow;i3xiyftiRyiffKwawo??T H "THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE' DIVISION 1. Meets Fourth Thursday, Lledcrkranz -- THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA 'HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MA811 PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. Hall, Sixth and walnut. President Mark Ryan. V. .L. Cushlng. Vice President Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Edward Financial Clancy. American - Southern National Bank 322 WEST MAIN STREET k Treasurer Sorgeant-at-Arm- s MHilGH ENGRAVING COMl'AN ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS EI1ECTROTYPER8 Iioulsvllle, W. MaU St., Homo Phone City 6874 Ky BAICERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM GUNN'S Sentinel Tim Lyons. Thomas Keenan. James English. DIVISION S. First and third Friday, Hibernian 1818-182- 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 THOS. 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MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. SHEET ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Room 1, F. R. POOLEY CourlerTournal Building 41 G Fourth Street 21-J. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Recording Secretary James J. McTighe. HIBERNIANS. kT Treasurer Sentinel "JssssflsM M. Residence Thone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. Sorgeant-at-Arm- s Pat Connelly. J. McDermott. Edward Byrne. METAL JOS. DALY What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. The National Board may order New York State reorganized. The New York trouble still remains the cause for worrlment. The State convention meets here tomorrow at St. Patrick's new hall. Every member of Division 1 feels elated over the results of the last meeting. twenty-fiv- e Y. M. I. 3IACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Evenings at Club Meets Monday House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. iGRANW. SMITH'S SON l I i Funeral J Its members cents per capita for tho Irish relief fund. HENRY GOSS Headquarters for R. J. Fleming was the New AlFARM TROPERTY. ROOriNO, OUTTERINO, SPOUTING bany delegate to the Indiana State CITY AND 2 1.2 Lbs. convention at South Dend. See ua about anything in real Special rebate ticket good for During the past two years New Repaired and Painted Tin Roof estate We sell, buy and rent. 10c In trade with 2 12 lbs of York State expended nearly $03,000 A SPECIALTY ASPHALT SHINGLES New Blend. for sick and funeral benefits. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Division 3 held its first meeting 2011 West Broadway, lonlsvlUe, xy. Homo Phono City 4464. JOHN M. MULLOY, of the month last night, meeting now on the first and third Friday. 212 West Market. Brooklyn had the largest delegation In the New York State convotes. vention, casting twenty-seve- n have been Great preparations made for the Missouri Stato convention which meets tomorrow at $ St. Joseph. AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Cut Flowers for all occasions. The Ohio State convention sent Special attention given the Pope a cablegram expressing fealty and devotion and asking his orders. CONTRACTING PAINTER (20 West Green Street. Louisville, Ky. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Incorporated. PRINTING ARTISTIC n citizens was organized by to make FIRST CLASS WORK LOANS Givo This Office Your Next Order on .furniture and other personal property at LOWEST SATES. 317 W. GREEN ST. Coleman Bid?., S E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Telephone City 946 Both Phones. 2886. L. well-know- 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- r I President Schaad. First S. O. Vlco Hubbuch. M. President F. Savings Department Open on Saturday evenings from 6 to 8 o'clock. &EBE8ag3iBM!aMlfeia MULLOY'S COFFEE Second Vice President R. L. Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. Secretary Recording W. ' G. Buckle. . Treasurer G. J. Thornton. 1 Marshal Theo. Buckle. Insldo Sentinel James Radlgan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfelcer. JOnN B. O'LEARY & CO. Home Phone Shawneo 803 Ohio will assess Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- NEW BLEND 65c iNIGETS OF COLUMBUS. DINNER INCOMPLETE )4 ! J Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. Omaha Council had 200 scats last Saturday at Rourke Park as a .boost for the Omaha baseball team, now leading the Western League. without Km j ; Lj9 BEER Sure. t FLORISTS out-of-to- at Sioux City. Plans are being drawn up for a big celebration of Columbus day NONE PURER NONE BETTER Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. I 5 SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. VYV,II"VV"IIVIM DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT and Embalmersi ; the order and their ' families attended the annual reunion of the 1 three divisions at Duluth, Minn. At tho Massachusetts State convention there were nearly 500 delegates from tho Ancient Order and 3EIIOIJBJ!S. over 400 from the Ladles Auxiliary. City JJUUS Homo 1 Climb. Mnin 299S-- a Daniel "Murphy, who fifty years ago was the first State President, 'a 1 1 " V M' was an Interested visitor at the Massachusetts convention at Lowell. Division 4 furnished a guard of honor for Its deceased chaplain, y CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-HOME PHONE 88 Rev. Father Keelty, who lay In state Sunday and Monday evenings. Stato PresiRev. M. A. Shine, dent, will call tho Nebraska Stato convention tomorrow afternoon at A banquet will be given Omaha. in the evening. Matt O'Brien, Division 3's Re cording Secretary, can get a big attendance with his circular letTVT 3t -i Tfca-f5&4naaaf:. ters any 'old time. There Is a direct appeal In every lino. SWWMMVWMWHWWWWMWVWVWWWMWWttVWtVVWI Fort Wayne was well represented at the Indiana State convention. The delegation was headed by State ' Treasurer Robert E. Kelly and X County President James B. Cahlll. Home 1'hone Shawnee 484 A great gathering of Hibernians and thfclr friends Is expected at St. Paul when the Minnesota Stato convention opens on September 19. also will Trie Ladles' Auxiliary meet there tho same time. The mass for the Stato convention will be celebrated at St. Patrick's church at 7:30 tomorrow morning by the Rev. Father Stato of Covington, tho Ct5fitrM. 3101 WEST BROADWAY Chaplain. All members who can are urged to be present. Resolutions wero passed at the State convention of the Maryland 191G Novaraber Election 1916 "As Nef to You as the Nearest Phone' A. O. H. this past week asking sweeping Federal InvestigaOur Special $3.00 Spray for ainto the delay In transmission tion the Senate resolution In behalf Oar Special $5.00 Wreath of Casement, the resolution having of The largest values in Fuse been prpared In plenty of time, ral Flowers ever offered la but had not been received in LonLouUvlile. don until after the execution. Mrs. of Philadelphia, Agnes Newman, For prompt delivery call ?23 Casement, both phones. sister of Sir Roger brought the delegates into an up roar of indignation when she told of the discourteous treatment accorded hpr by the British Govern- 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, benediction. Councilman Mike McDermott denies that ho ate twenty fried oysters at a recent sitting. He says It was only fifteen. Tho Ohio Hibernian" Rifles, six companies,- held their encampment near Zanesville when tho State convention met there. Members of Division 1 express a determination to begin work to regain their prestige and again take first place in the order. The order will march In a body In the procession Sunday, September 24, the golden jubilee celebration of St. Michael's church. Eighteen hundred members of - Funeral Directors BOTH 1 44-4-I-- 't'Mfc vvvtvvvvivvvvvvviw FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. - J. J. BARRETT'S SONS 3 1 SCANNELL j ! RATTERMAN I Independent Funeral Directors f I and Embalmers H. BOO w nana, sne teortnAwnuelouUvllrJ " ment. ST, WILLIAM'S. VOTB X?OR Flowers telegraphed everywhere y BEN W. KLING FOR Siva year feoy as aAaeaMea that win prepare them for Ufa, ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Osadbete ky the Xaverlaa Brother aaa Buaiaaaa CtaMteal, BeteatlSo Oeuraea, Preparatory Dapartaieat, Lars a wIbbImt FmL Well , Board of Education. Economy consisteat with ciency and thoroughness." effi- lis IT. Sreatway, Xoalrrllla, Xy. r. jmw, twm miiwiti Saul4 inr. The ladies of St William's parish are busily engaged in making preparations for a card party and Right Rev. Bishop Brossart has social evening In the hall at Thirteenth and Oak on, Priday night, Issued a pastoral letter ordering September 22, the proceeds of the restoration of Gregorian music which will be for the benefit of the" In every Catholic church of the Bishop 'Broschurch. At the initial meeting a Covington diocese. number volunteered their services sart in his letter also ordered that that the readinsr at music be made an ami will arransce attractions "will surpass those of preceding J obligatory part of the Khool sys years. tem, oomeBg sepiemoer i. "Every member get a member" of the is the campaign slogan NEW NANZ fc NEUNER CO. Knights of Portland, Ore. i CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, Ohio Knights held their annual J INCORPORATED. State outing this week at Cedar 0.17 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky. Point. Tiffin Council had charge. Omaha Council has tendered Its services and will assist upon the IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE occasion of Bishop Harty's arrival next November. The New Fall Styles are Ready. The Twenty-fiv- e nifty shapes. Bring In Union International Typographical has voted that subordinate your Felt, Beaver or Velour Hats unions and have them Cleaned, Dyed and a public recognize Columbus day as SATISFIES THAT LONGING. holiday. Reshaped. Formal opening of the new home of tho Knights of Fulton, N. Y., Falls. City was made the occasion of a big INCORPORATED night for the public on Tuesday of 713 West Jefferson, North Side. last week. LOUISVILLE. KY, PHONtf CITY 859. Under the direction of Supreme KKCKXT DKATIIS. Agent William Morlarity nine social FPAN5C centers have been constructed for JOHN E. Funeral services for John E. Catholic troops on the Mexican borKohl, 835 Marshall street, who fell der. At least six more are con) victim to tuberculosis, wero held templated. Monday morning at St. John's The order has opened a field stan church. Deceased was club house near the prinyears old and left a wide circle of tion or cipal entrance to Camp Wilson at friends and acquaintances. Sur- San Antonio, Texas, for the use of viving him are his wife, Mrs. Rosa the thousands of soldiers now enKehl; four daughters, Misses Ruth, camped there. Clara, Catherine and Julia Kehl, 508, 510 arid 512 CLAY STREET. of Columbus of Wis The and two sons, Elmer and Edward consin Knights organized and had TELEPHONE 209 have IiOUISVXXiIiE. Kehl. chartered the Columbus Cadets. Formed on a military and educaof The funeral Herman G. tional plan, Archbishop Messmer A Case ofgGood Judgment. Order a Case f Deutsch, a well known citizen of and thirty-thre- e pastors have given tho West End, who died of dropsy their approval. Montgomery 2821 at his homo, O'Hern, of Secretary Al F. street, took place Tuesday mornDavenport, expresses appreciation ing from the Church of Our Lady, Irish Rev. Father Connlff conducting tho of the Kentucky giving American for publicity to Besides his wife, Its kindness In solemn obsequies. Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager Mrs. Florence Bannon Deutsch, he the various press notices sent out by three daughters, previous to the convention of the Is 'survived Margaret Supreme Council, Martha, Marian and Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, Deutsch, and a solT, Cassln Deutsch. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. JWTJj LAWN KKTK. 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. SKITKMISRIl INTENTION. The Young Ladles' Sodality of St. PHONESHome Shawnee Highland Park, are recom- Leo's church, Tho general intention Home Phone 1913 every possible arrangement 191 mended by His Holiness Pope Bene-d'- making entertainment of a monster Cumb. Phone West for the THE XV. for the League of the gathering on occasion of their Sucred Heart during September is fall lawn fete,tho be held on Septo Catholic societies for young men. tember This year's affair The church has always at heart the will be much like a harvest festival, welfare of her boys and young with all that Is good to eat and a men. In a few years they will be largo number of amusing attracINCORPORATED the fathers of our Qathollc fam- tions. All friends' of tho pastor, vigor and growth of Rev. Father Fitzgerald, ilies and tho and the Catholicity will depend on their congregation will bo given a hearty loyalty. If they are not welcome. faith and safeguarded, especially In tfiese days of lndifferentlsm and Immor KUCIIRE AND LOTTO. SeM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excelled ality, tho near future will see the church without defenders against party will A euchre and lotto GRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. the enemies of religion. Boys and bo given In St. Charles Borromeo young men need recreation, amuse- church hall next Monday evening. By organi Games ment and instruction. called at 8:15 o'clock. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT WRITE OR CALL zation into societies it is possible Handsome prizes will be disdealer) anil prices on to provide all theso on an elaborate tributed. For Religious Statues for cemeteries. Many scale at slight expense to tho InCatholics are beginning to realize that dividual member. Wo are asked COVINGTON. this Is the true Catholic Idea In markto pray for the prosperity and Ining the resting place of their loved ones. Statues of Our Lord, Blessed creased growth of tho societies we The annual parade of the Holy Virgin, or any Saint furnished In enhave, for a greater spirit of co- Name Society of Covington, which during Bronze, Marble. Terra Cotta or operation between the various par- is expected to be the largest there Stone, witn peuostiu to matcn. ishes and dioceses, and for a more this year, will take place on Sungenerous response to tho needs of day, September 24. Louis Ober will Rogers Church Goods Co. such organizations on the part of bo Grand Marshal. 129 S, FOURTH AVE. May the our wealthier Catholics. Rev. Father Albert Rabe, who day soon como that will find all returned this week from Switzerof our Catholic youth enrolled in land, whero he has studied for the HERRMANN BROS. priesthood, will read his first high Catholic societies! All the late nd aew Stvi' and Sbp mass tomorrow morning at St. IMPORTERS nablo price. b found bar1 st Aloyslus church. ORDKR AS TO MU8IO. 9 Prompt "Delivery Service?" LADIES! OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER Straw Works JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' forty-seve- Clay Street Brewery ET. FALL CITY BEER et 12-1- 3. WIEDEMANN Out-do- h BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. FINEST CHURCH. Interest, while Its Cathedral la regarded as the handsomest church The on the Americas continent. foundation atone or tnis eainee was laid In 1593 on the site of a. for-- ! mer heathen temple. Mexico City Is a town of historic FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING M.W.Crner Ftvrtk in Jerftrstft'T f' FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Distillers and Wholesale Deal-er- s In Klneet Barnds of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of Nelson, "" BOTTLED IN BOND. ms'-stxTisma iE;i?S1TJOIS:Y s$$4M$$5KS$s JGRtlJSKt AMEEfcXOAJTCa wniHHMitHMMtttnn;iMHHwntt TWIN CITY POPULARITY CONTEST WORLDS BASEBALL SERIES 10 VOTES FOR EACH OLD Herman fOUBTH AVCHUt Straus sons tHCOXPOfMS0 (gJ i; . MARKET STREET . Help Send Your Favorites in the Twin City L.eAue to This Season's 20 pfefcft"' S? 'wlHi f ataBJa0ahBWi WE GIVE AND REDEEM FOR EACH NEW SUBSCRIPTION. pop- ular members of the Twin City League to the World's Series with all expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. VOTE CUT OUT THIS BY THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the TWO most BALLOT OR PAID SUBSCRIPTION. aHFjfisS eaaM&l?l!Bli: GOLD TRADING World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr. Club or Position whom I consider the most popular member of the Twin City League. Year tyJ8iiriOBafMiiHijiiiMy aTCrllsaHBBVBWBaSBBaTaVaHS aw IBaMawaaMMaaMJaaaaMiaMaap HaSHaH9lP laWIB il STAMPS HERE YOU CAN FIND Women,s Ready to Wear v i MJwslB&aSXf 'i lWIBaai Following Is the roster of tho Twin City Baseball League, each of whom is entitled to enter the Kentucky Irish American's Worlds series contest, the first coupon for which appears in this issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, Haag, Bosler, Aulbe.ch, Murphy, Eschmain, B. Pontrlch, E. Harrlgan, Elpers, Ohlle, Renn, Weber, F. Stelr, Voor, Kraemer, Ed-ele- NAVAL TRAINING CRUISE. gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. MurUnited States battleship Kentucky leaving Brooklyn, N. Y., with a phy, C. Voss, Q. Klier. large number of men from business life to learn of naval warTrinity Council Shadburn, fare. J. P. Morgan's son and other well known the art families are Moore, Bosler, Kaiser, Bluel, Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D. Cummlngs, B. Cummings, Hagner, Branagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammer-maSchwind, Neumeyer. Champs Hack, Trager, Gill Con-ner- s, Brownfleld, Ott, Lieber, N. Murphy, n, Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan, Finn, Westerman, Higglns, Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapalllo, Chenoweth, McDermott. Murphy, Clifford, Polin, Coleman. G. Burke, J. Sieger, Orioles Kuebert, Weber, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber. E. Hines, Russ, House, Meagher, CarOfficers Capt. Relchert, Pfafllnger, Soeder, Koehler, Loefiler, ney, Fitzgerald, Bloemer, C. Flynn. Edward J. Wolfe, Frank Steinbock, E. Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett, Dal-toBaumgarten, McCabe, Wiedmelr, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Thomas D. Clines. Belter. Willlnghurst, Schmoetzer, Umpires Alvln Wells, Mulligan, Hogan, Temborley, Ches- Chester, Mclntyre, J. Scully, E. Schott, J. Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlln, Finne- - Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. ter, KUloran. Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan-nor, Ceresl, Madden, Curley, Kenealy, Hamilton, Hammond, Joo Murphy, F. Weber, Clines. Mackin Council C. Eilers, Thornton, Schleman, B. McGrath, Morris, Warren, Lally, L. Melsnor, Davis, Hafner, Conley, Schene, Scheckler, Cronan, Atwcll, Larkin, McDonough. Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara-gon, Bos-meye- Men's Manchester Shirts Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings J At great reductions in prices. These are all new and ii con yuuu auu uiuii oc aisposea or m oraer to make room for stocks that will arrive soon for fall trade. Now For the Palm Beach Suits Wash Dress Fabrics n, n, 4HlHtlllllmiteHtlMfrfrftMiHMt n, 50c 50c TWO FAVORITES IN THE TWIN CITY LEAGUE. CLEANING AND DYEING CO. INCORPORATED. 426 S. Fifth St. bbbbbbHBbV? Hv .bbbbbbbm BbBbBbBbS BhVmVmVmbhVvI & 9VmVmVmVmVmVmVJ1 Louisville, Ky. Our workmanship Is positively tho heat In the city, and backed up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. Our service not equaled. BOTH PHONES 2635. bYbbYbtbtbI bTbTbTbH HbbbbbT - ,.i bbbbbbbbbI bbtbbYbbYbI Si - Hiaffaffaffal IHOL ajsSP HHv v .bbYbYbI PJHP,-- I i."WBngJWB This representative minstrel organization, on its thirtieth annual tour, opens an engagement of two days at the Strand Theater, beginning with a matineo Labor day, of the fans will help a long way. Toledo will close hero Monday with a double,-heade- r, followed by Minnethree-gam- next Monday, September 4. The new 1916 production has been received by press and public of tho East as tho greatest show Mr. Field Jias yet given the American public. DIAMOND JUBILEE. VVVVkVVVViVMVMVVVMMVMVVVVVVVVVVVMVVMM NO MORE PAY DAYS! That time comes for every man. The only way to prepare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put it in a savinga account at interest. SAVE FOR A nOME-SA- VE FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE AND INVEST SAVE FOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE FOR INDEPENDENCE. bbbbbV MRH 2Sli ?A ?sC mmmmsmsmi AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES federal tires, vulcanizing, free service. PAIhLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. MtttflWlUWWHHttHttillHmiHHmHt . IIP. J Diamond Jubilee year at Notro e apolis for a series, and Dame University promises to be fBBBEaV ' ll HaH as the Cantlllon club has taken on of nation-wid- e interest if the comnew life some hot games are bybbkIL" prehensive plans of Dr. John IbYbbbYbYbHbbBbbYbYbYbI X BHHFj vtH CSMbbbBbbbbbbbbbbH C. S. C., President of tho w9bbBHbbbbbbbbbbbbH IbbbbbbbSbbbbbbbHif Hfifp' HEjttYAYBYAvjBp3nYATBTB.JI university, are fully realized. ISPgf " The We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you in your investments. MOKIUS' FltlKNDS 1JUSV. three great American Cardinals. &JBBnBBlBBBr inBBBBH BBaBBBral& Gibbons, Farley and O'Connell: tho All three of the leaders in the American hierarchy, Governors of LbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbH & Twin City League popularity con- States, who will be entertained by the various State clubs at the big test went to the bat this week, the COLUMBIA BUILDING. FOURTH AND MAIN. Taft and UMHhHHBHBK biggest gain being made by "Bob" school ; hS .HbbbbbbbI Roosevelt, tho laetare medalists and Capital and Surplus. $2,750,000. Morris, Mackin Council's star pit as large a number as possible of cher, his friends turning in over Notro Dame's alumni, are expected two hundred! votes and his cam- to attend. Several new university paign manage1!: intimated that they buildings will bo dedicated also HOME PHONE CITY 3238 L. HARAGAN, EDW. A. AXMAN had'nt shot their full bolt. Popular as features of the jubilee year. DAN J. HENNESSY MADDEN, Bertrands. Ray Haragan retained the lead with Pageants showing thd history and Knights of Columbus. development of Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. another bunch of votes, whlio the a small Indian tho university from will be City's efficient and modest staged during the mission Still anTwin TWIN CITY FINALS. year. little Secretary. Eddie Steinbock, other feature will be the conferring ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account The Twin City League will close achieved the distinction of receiving of the largest number, of degrees the largest number of clipped bal- in any one year in the history of Its season with a double-headwith this safe, conservative, lots turned- in any one week. The graduating class bill tomorrow afternoon, the extra Johnnie Kenealey of the K. of C, the school. Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more game being because ot the post- John Scully of the Olympics, and Is tho largest known at Notre at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Possibly Chief Justice ponement on July 1G in honor of Killoran of the Orioles are within Dame. per cent. No cost to you whatever. Twin City day at Eclipse Park, striking distance of the leaders, White, of the United States Su- UPSTAIRS STORE. The same courteous attention given the 425 W. Jefferson Street rue results tomorrow will hardly while Mana'gqr Coleman, of the preme Court, is the best known depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. make any change in the final Champs, and this two stars, O'Brien among the Notre Damo laetare standing, the K. of C. team being and Sheehan?" have quite a follow- medalists, three of whom have died assured of tho pennant, while Mac-ki- n ing. As stated before, tho contest recently Thomas Mulry, of New would have to lose two while will close September 30, being less York; Judge Timothy E. Howard, Under the Big Clock Second and Market the Champs were winning both to than a month for the friends and of South Bend, Ind., and Dr. John State Government Siiperviion. even cause a tie for second honors. followers of the boys to get busy. E. Murphy, of Chicago. Where the home la Where work la quickly brightest; The Knights won the flag through In answer to a query that in tho done; SLEUTH'S SAD FATE. pitch- event St. Louis or Chicago won the their hitting abllly and good Where the work U Where cooking seemt pennant In ihe American League ing of Mattlngly. Mackin finished lightest; real fan; Detective Tommy Yourell, the of the phenomenal would the winners be sent there in high because pitching of "Bobby" Morris, he preference to'the Eastern winner in popular sleuth ot tho local detective Where the meal Is Where baking gives nice cooked best; ranking, as tho star twlrler of tho the National League, it is now a department, has had many past bouquets handed him in tho league. The Champs started off foregone conclusion that Brooklyn, year Where the range stand Where drudgo is out of for his criminal catching abilie dash, but lost Boston or Philadelphia will win the with their the test sight ties, and his a lot 'of "pep" In the last six National League pennant and we out as being friends pointed him That's where tho That's where the Immune from law falling off greatly in their wish to state that the two winners weeks, "Quick Meal" cornea "Quick Meal" comes a will be sent to one of those ciUes, breakers, but alas aud alack! our Imperials .played hitting. The la. in. nice even game all season and de- giving them the benefit of the long sleuth went to Cincinnatitoand while vacation Qaick Meal Gaa Raaea Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended serve honorable mention, while the trip and. a standing to In the big taking in the sights, sad tie say, was robbed failure of tho Bertrands to finish show. The Bertrands date: 644 wallet. of his watch, to pin and Tommy tried keep it R. Haragan, higher can be attrlbued to the In- Morris, Mackin 544 dark, but the news leaked out and MA2Rk5ET pitching jury to Ray Haragan's 49 6 he has been the recipient of some ST. arm. Manager Murphy's Olympics Sidnbock, Bcof er 23 9 tall spoofing here. In defense he Kenealey played good ball in spots only, 143 says that the best of them slip Killoran, Orioles .". while the Orioles changed llnoops J. Scully, Olympics 143 once in a while and cites the diftoo frequent to bo successful. It Higglns, Bertrands 133 ferent adventures of Nick Carter. an alibi for H. Coleman, Champs la hard to furnish 130 Sherlock Holmes and Cap Collier, Trinity and their loss of nineteen Sheehan, Champs 115 who were baffled by criminals at straight games unless they were O'Brien, Champs 110 some time or another. dive us a trial for first-claservice. We are as after Connie Mack's record or R. Pontrlch, Imperials 87 twenty straight.. Tomorrow they Dalton. Olympics close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and STATE FAIR. 90 fity. vs. Mattlngly, Bertrands play as follows: night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable 80 of C vs. Mackin, W. Murphy,K. Olympics Champs. K. of C. 80 For the Kentucky State Fair, chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. Olympics vs. Imperials, and Trin- Schulte, K. of C 80 which opens here September 11. Tho standing to Burns, scorer ity vs. Orioles. 80 premiums aggregating $40,000 have date: 70 been by Thornton, Mackin announced Secretary W, L. 70 Gooch. Pet. Harrigan, Imperials Clubs. Of this amount $15,000 is 17 2 .847 Schleman, 63 provided Mackin K.of C by appropriation of the S 14 .737 Hogan, Champs . 60 Legislature, and Mackin the remainder 12 .632 Donnelly, Trinity. 7 44 added by the State Fair Board or Champs SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. 10 .526 Cronen, Mackin 9 Imperials 43 contributed by d various 10 .474 Burke, Bertrands 9 42 Rertrandi., citizens in the Stato. In Beih Phones 2300. 11 .421 O'Laughlln, Olympics 8 Olympics 52 all there will bo 0,612 awards, or 13 .316 Ohllgschlager, Trinity. 6 Orioles 36 an; average of 1,102 every day for .000' Lally, Mackin 19 0 Trinity 32 six days. F0R RENT' Secretary Gooch and his 1101-0- 3 24 assistants are working night EAST BROADWAY. Chester, Orioles SALE or EXCHANGE 23 day and feel confident this willand UP TO PANS. Bosler, Trinity; bo 23 the most successful Stato Scheckler, Mackin Fair yet $5.00 AND UP. to- Voor, Imperials . 22 held in Kentucky. The Louisville club is at home M. J. 8ANN0N, LAWRENCE P. BANKON, JR., ). VEENEHAM, 15 day after making their last road ClresI, K. or C CO.; 15 trip memorable in association his- Eschmann, Imperials Swrtu-ryVlei fin. k Trias. fiK. IMV. GOLDEN JUBILEE. . 14 tory, winning of their J. Murphy, Bertrands 333 WEST MAIN STREET Both Phono 13S 13 games, which Is a splendid record Flynn, Bertrands On Sunday, September 17. St. 12 when it is taken into consideration Bossmeyer, K. of C Charles tho Great Benevolent Sothat they played through the entire ciety of St. Martin's church will FERRY CLOSES MONDAY. circuit of cities and in Indianapolis celebrate Its golden Jubilee, or the twice. Owner Wathen has dono I ; Sewer aad Calrurt Flfee, Monday marks the closing of umietn anniversary of the found his part, the players on the club Baaaen's Patent Lidae Pipe fer Steam Ceaiaits, have done theirs, and It is now up Fontaine Ferry Park for the 1910 ing of the organization. Tho arto the fans to show their apprecia- season. It has been a most suc- rangements for the jubilee celebraWall Ceaia, Draia Tile, Yftrlgei irlcK, tion. Beginning today with a four-ga- cessful one for the popular resort tion are In charge of a committee Fire Preelf, Flue Fire Brick The Bast Straight Whisky On Earth series with Toledo, the Col- and all ,the attractions and devices composed of John B. Stark, ChairGrate aad Belter Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Cblmat T?s. For Sun- man; Clem Schlldt, Henry Bosso, onels will play every club in the report a banner season. league, winding up the season here day and Monday a banner bill of Adam Miller, Stephen J. Schaedler, , OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Mace Goes, H. Brlnkhaus. John talon October 1. fifteen acts of with a double-headINCORFOIUTSD They have a grand I chance for tho ent is promised. On Monday, Labor Dodt, B. W. Obermeler, O. Lels- HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. pennant flag, better than any other day, no admission will be "charged man, J. Breedemann and William Sale Owners Registered Dist. No. 32 J President Peter to the afternoon P. McDonogh, club the league. 2 WOKS 13th aad Breck. an AUgnalU Ave., Bet. 9tH asd lOtfe. X', are In condition to do The players or the park in either music will be Hoffmann and withHerman Blumers evening. part, J. Outdoor in their West Main Street Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 4 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IIMI 1 II It I II H 1 1 1 II M 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 III H I j 1 1.' but the cordial support and rooting heard both Sunday and Labor day. as members Cav-anaug" J BHHKlaBH h, H FIDELITY COLUMBIA TRUST CO. I vmHMwvwvwuvwtunuvwwvmuuinHVMwn Sixty-one-year-o- ld er - . Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS German Insurance BanK Where the Quid! Meal Comes In iiGIDb do-ligh- t; BE SURE TO CALL FOR old-tim- McKENNA V 1 WHISKY. GEHER & SON, ss ' w. IT !S ALWAYS PURE. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE IH. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Chawk & Smith Atrto Co. 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