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Kentucky Irish American NO. 11. farmers' balances In savings Institutions and the rcthement of loans Is evidence of the unusual prosperity of the Irish farmer In wartime. MEXICAN LIBERTY. E! Nomo 1 Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1916. began to back up the Government and to defend them In awkward passes. Such a man is more prized on the front bench than a brilliant man; he is dubbed a Bafa man. Mr. Duko is conciliatory, but his conciliation has hitherto taken this form: He says it is true martial law prevails In Ireland, but that it is only a name and hurts no one who lives a life and does not meddle with politics. Speaking as a member of Parlialaw-abidi- PRICE FIVE CENTS. IRELAND CAMPAIGN For Democrats Opens at Win- Ilns the Most Prosperous Class In spite of the fact that Carranza and his friends keep of Any in the United sisting that Mexico already has Kingdom. Glass of Farmers. Who Can Not Bo Drawn Into the Mr. In- 4 - ' re- i War. Balances in Savings Institutions Evidences of the Unusual Prosperity. SPEAK REVERENTLY OF CASEMENT J. H. Donnelly writes that two months' travel In Ireland, meeting TRAINING UNITED STATES TROOPS mostly land owners, peasants and Twenty-thir- d Infantry at the command jcharge. The spirit of the troops Is clearly shown agricultural laborers, bring forth J the conclusion that they are the church. most prosperous class of any In the Mr. Carranza promised President at tho home of his daughter In and being free Wilson that he would grant religUnited Kingdom, Philadelphia. Mr. Kerens was born from conscription they have re- ious liberty In Mexlcd. His Governin Ireland but caniifi to America In most part. ment informed the Governments of mained at home for tho his youth. He was as pioneer in the the United States and many South prices for their West and amassed a" large fortune, Receiving war as well as American-- , republics, being one of the country's largest products, despite the high cost of Great Britain and Spain, that recontributors to churfh and charity. have ligious liberty already existed In living, very many farmers Denounce Georgia Bigots For His body was takcrt to St. Louis, Attempting to Bevivc Broken earned and saved more in one year Mexico; but nono of tho Governand on Wednesday the funeral was Down System of Billing Their Scurrilous Attack on except our own, has been than in any previous two or three ments, held, Archbishop Glehnon preaching priests It is true that years. The last hold which the deceived. Bishop Kcilcy. the sermon. Ireland . nor have not of lato Redmond party has on many farm- have Sisters of latebeen killed, been outraged. RECENT DEATHS. ing constituencies may bo ascribed At least no news of Buch occuraccepted faith in the claim rences has to tho come. But Father Monday party Valiejo, the priest above referred Hundreds of Delegates Write Mrs. Julia morning the funeral of Llojd George, Who PlajcdFor of the Irish Parliamentary McLaughlin, of Open Letter to State Senator Duncan street, was Meld from 1815 American Opinion, lias that tho Irishman is exempt from to. was taken away from Mbrelia St. conscription. not been heard of since and has Patrick's church, of which she had Dropped Scheme. Iiawrcncc. The late Sir Charles. Wyndham Just as seven priests of Zacatecas long been a falthfulf member. Sho proved to bo the one really valuable were taken awny and conveniently leaves two sons, Charles and Robert English benefactor of Ireland when, lost. Yot there are Catholics who McLaughlin, and two daughters. of the Tory party, he believe that those who are trying as a leader Elizabeth McLaughlin and Significant Articles Coming passage of tho land act to get justice for the stricken Noble Defense of the Great Pre- Miss Robert Smith. ' secured the Mrs. name. Prior to church in Mexico are too "drastic." late and Brave Confederate which bears his From a member of the the land purchase act of 1903 the Soldier. The funeral of Mrs". Elizabeth C. Irish Party. farm laborers averaged $2.72 wages ANDY KAST DEAD. DIetz, aged twenty-twwife of to sleep in; per week and a hovel Anthony DIetz, Dandrldge 1103 now he Is earning $6 per week and Andrew Kast, for many years Monday morning was has a modest, neat cottage of his Superintendent of the city sower AN AFFRONT AND AN INSULT street, Holy held Trinity church. Her from own. He is making a decent living and drain work and later with the death resulted from organic heart OLD COERCION ACT KEPT READY and he can not be made to see why Louisville Gas and Electric Comdisease. Besides her husband she he should leave the land to avenge pany, died Tuesday afternoon at his daughter, leaves an infant her Belgium in Flanders, Serbia, Turkey home. 3218 West Chestnut street, father mother One of the worst or Africa. He just wants work and following a lingering illness. Andy tho ers andand Bister. and four broth From tho second of three articles a They aro sullen, Kast was popular and widely Known bigots of the South have, received in to be left alone. written for the New York American quiet and bitter in their enmity to- throughout the city and was always the past few years came out of the Mary by Dr. Arthur Lynch, M. P., after Funeral services JorlMrs. ward England, despite access to the an earnest worker for charity un convent "Inspection" bill that reIn Antoinette Vetter, oft 2603 Griffiths- a three weeks' visit to Ireland, the land, because they believe they had dertakings. Ho was a member of cently passed the Legislature In reply to a statement avenue, were .held Saturdav morn- following extracts' are taken :, been deprived for centuries of the tho Knights of Columbus, uamonc. Georgia. hThe'quest-forrOgoVl'l nliieM "IE xight to theJand.ot their..Qwjxcquni Order of'Hnadc ') Bishop Keileyf,ofS'iJvani' try. The placing of the tenant on Buffaloes and other societies. News nah, against the "inspection" bill, she had long been an exemplary Ireland has tried the thinking powthe small farm, the tenant who paid of his death was everywhere re- Senator McCrory rose to a point of member. Surviving her are four ers of the Cabinet severely, and the $80 a year rent and has since se- ceived with expressions or sorrow. personal privilege upon the floor of sons. William, Albert, George and amount of thought available has cured an interest in or ownership Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. tho Georgia Senate and made a Walter Vetter, and three daugh- been lamentably inadequate to a Mr. of his land by paying $G0 per year, Theresa Hauck Kast; two daughters, vicious attack upon Bishop Keiley. ters, Mrs. D. W. Bond, Mrs. J. F. solution of the problem. declared after his return from has made a class of farmers cling- Mrs. Henry Grail, Jr.. and Miss Senator Lawrence, of the First dis- Ulmer and Miss Clara Belle Vetter. can not be Fannio Kast, and a son, Alien u. trict, In which Savannah is located, Ireland that tho old system of goving to the land who A. O. II. CONVENTION. ernment by a Chief Secretary and drawn into the war. Kast, and also two brothers, Val replied to Senator McCiory in deLord Lieutenant, with tho assistance There existB In England and Scot- Kast, a Deputy Sheriff, and Con- fense of the Bishop. At a meeting of the County of Dublin Castle, had completely The Fraternal Order of Eagles land a feeling of jealousy and en- rad Kast. and three sisters, Mrs. gendered hate because the Irish Mayme Cunlff, Misses Josephine and was in national convention at Board, A. O. H., Wednesday evening broken down, and that In saying peasant is free from army service Catherine Kast. Tne tunerai was Savannah at the time of this scur- at Bertrand Hall final arrangements so he expressed the opinion of men s and he is denounced severely as the held Thursday morning from St. rilous attack on Bishop Keiley, and were made for the holding of the In every condition of life and In Ireland. Yet Is the sysRev. promptly let the people of Georgia chief slackers of the country. Few Charles Borromo church, here tomorrow, tem to which he has that reverted. tho re know just how the outside world State convention of these peasant laborers dare leave Father Raffo celebrating Let us glance for a moment at The and It is proposed to finish tho viewed the bigots of Georgia. Ireland for employment In England. quiem high mass. one day's session, as following letter signed by hundreds business in solution, not to They have been mobbed in several to of delegates and drawn up by E. J. there is nothing of importance The wrangle over past history, but simEnglish cities. No matter what may rETEIt PENCE. convention. ply to indicate the main guiding Shannahan, of Kansas City, was come before the held In St. bo said to the contrary, the average lines that influenced his action. In and also sessions will be Englishman of all but the more inIn all tho churches of tho Louis- Bent to Senator Lawrence .papers Hall, Sixteenth and Market the first place, touching of was published in all the dally tellectual class justifies tho killing ville dioceses announcement streets, and the Ladies' Auxiliary personally, excellent man small of the Irish rebels and nopresent made by the pastors of the Peter's Savannah: as to Hon. A. A. Lawrence, Atlanta, have arranged likewise theso order. though he is, brilliant as his work part of that raco hatred at for tho Holy Pence colletclon Dear Sir: The Fraternal keep in touch with Connelly In- has been in social reform, he knows Is roused by the spectacle that an Father, which will be taken up to- Georgia Order of Eagles Is a patriotic and County President W. J. order here little of Ireland, and he never has Englishman, of the governing race, morrow. Owing to conditions vites all members of the been credited with being a conthe must die in the trenches while getIn Europo the situation has fraternal organization composed of to be present State tomorrow. rule. farmer is exempt and Is embarrassing and therefore over four hundred thousand mem- President McBreen will bring a bi vinced supporter of home Irish become In the ting high prices for his products Bishop O'Donaghue urges mat bers, residing In every State includ- delegation from Newport and Cov- When therefore I heaid that had risen in his strength and growing prosperous as the re- those happily better situated make Union. It is Howing within its membership adher- ington, while Messrs. Thomas Jr., and was "going to settle the Irish sult of the sacrifices and sufferings suitable offering. ard, Sr., and Thomas Howard, ents of all religious beliefs. Men of Ashland, will bring quite a num- question," I confess I saw in this of the English race. That the Irish less of solicitude for Ireland than Irrespective of tholr nationality, refarmer, as a rule, is indifferent to of a desire to escape from his own ligion or politics stand on a basis ber. tho outcome of the war can not bo by a bold, cloud of unpopularity listening to their comdoubted-afte- r of absolute equality in this order. K. OF O. ELECTION. splendid effort. Moreover, here as the Since sojourning EH' ment. They look on at recruiting was influenced by the quesguests of the city of Savannah and meetings and say little, but gather of the tion of the Presidential election In annual election The of the State of Georgia we have In knots whispering among themwas held tho United States, for it is well been shocked and mortified to read Knights of Columbus selves. They seldom show up at in the dally press that in the Senate Wednesday evening, the following known that he attaches great impolitical meetings. year: portance to the attitude of America, of tho great State of Georgia a pub- being selected for the ensuing It is certain there aro few counGrand Knight John P. Cassilly. especially in regard to the blockade, lic official elected by the people ties in Ireland, and I have visited Deputy Grand Knight Thomas and he had got the notion into his twenty-onmade a vicious assault upon tho but would rise in rehead that Col. Roosevelt would pergonal character of tho Right Rev. W. Tarpy. bellion if the boys and men of miliRecording Secretary Leo Goss. the nomination of the RepubBenjamin J. Keiley, Roman Catholic tary age were torn from the farms BBkT Secretary Henry B. lican party, and that all would be Financial Bishop of Savannah. The language they have recently acquired or tho well. The danger he thought lay of thle assault is bo vile, brutal and McBride. laborer taken from his tiled cottage. Treasurer Robert A. Watson. In an alliance, and to as to call forth the reEngland after a long and costly exA. J. Chappelle. Chancellor obviate that movement he desired sentment and condemnation of evperience loes not bank heavily on Robert Wulf. Advocate to solve the Irish difficulty and to ery and securing recruits irom una cims. Trustee Charles J. O'Connor. reconcile to the cause of the Allies American citizen. Good Judges figure that from this Flynn. Warden John J. His plan for the Irish of America. The attack upon this distinagricultural element the War DeInside Guard B. M. Schulte. carrying this laudable intention conguished citizen of your State, whose partment has secured scarcely one Outside Guard Al JJrand. sisted in the dismembermont of Ireservices In the Confederate army out of every fourteen available men Frank A. Geher, the letlrlng land and the holding up, in clear, aro a part of your cherished history, and the material Is there for fine two concrete form, before the world the served dqes not only Inflict upon him a Grand. Knight, had and hardy troops. The operations grave injustice and violate the terms, a rare Incident in the history failure of Irish hopes, the dreams of the land purchase act, so far as Sacred principles of the American of the local council, while Financial and ideals of a century. new funds are provided, has been Secretary Henry B. McBride was recalculations came constitution, but is HKewise an practically suspended during the this and an insult to the many elected without opposition,work being to grief, but nevertheless since the war. But there are nearly 500,000 since repression of the rebellion Ireland thouHands of American citizens of a tribute to his efficient tenants who either own the land aneshas' been under martial law. I have the Roman Catholic faith who are filling his present post. Itbowas or have made payments on theirhope at this time guests of the State of nounced that there would the amem heard it stated, and whether It is tates. The Irish farmer lost for the benefit of true or not it Is believed in IreGeorgia. of home rule early In the war, and in visit bers and their families next 25B&8SSEESS5355 that Gen. It Is with pleasure mat we reau evening under the direction ofFriday land,Archbishop Maxwell paid a comtho result of the recent fiasco the Prof. to Walsh and of your manly reply to this outburst Parliament he knows completes preDAUGHTER. KAISER'S manded him not to allow requiem of bigotry and personal abuse. Your Leo A. Schmltt. burial of the act, but he was To whom the war has proven a remarks breathe the true American services for tho dead leaders of the pared for failure and Is relieved at PLEASANT DAY. HAD rebellion. This might also be called spirit and will appeal as Just and the failure of the partition plan. tragedy. a military step; but In that case and paright to every He desires peace and security, but Burgy entertained the wnat Is there witnin me wnoie Miss Rose STATE FAIR OPENS. triotic American citizen who bethe woes of centuries have ofmade the lieves In the principles of religious altar boys of the Sacred Heart scope of arbitrary Interference with hlra Indifferent to the fate The Kentucky State Fair will liberty as guaranteed to all by the church with a happy, outing in liberty in Ireland that might not great empire which neglected him Shawnee Park as an appreciation of be defended on the ground of miliTho farmers often speak have Its official opening Monday at constitution of our country. too long. names are subscribed their faithfulness during the sum- tary precaution? The great qualiZeppelins attacking England noon. The entire grounds are in We whose of the innocent ties even of a military ruler if he and seem to take It for granted that complete readiness for the swinging hereto are among the delegates at- mer vacation. Races and the afternoon's Is to achieve even a moderate deopen of the gates and the view of tending the national convention of games featured Ireland Is immune irom ai of the myriad exhibits awaiting review the Fraternal Order of Eagles In sport and all w"ere treated to an gree of success are insight and tact, warfare. They speak reverently Rev. of various the death of Sir Roger Casement, by the entire State will be a pic Savannah. We belong to fraternal abundance of refreshments. of the backed by a knowledge Gen. Irish MaxFather Walsh and many parish conditions. In all these and although they knew little of his turesque sight. Secretary Gooch religious, political ladles and gentlemen of the well Is conspicuously lacking, and work save that he died bravely and has secured Natlello's Royal Hussar bodies, and as your Band for the fair, and dally there we desire to express to you our were present and helped make the If the ultimate aim of the Governfor Ireland. appreciation of your day one the boys and girls present ment be the pacification and red With ready money in his nandB will be an elaborate musical proimproveyear the conciliation of the Irish people, then the farmer is able to buy common. gramme. This Oak street Walnut, fearless and outspoken defense of will long remember. Broadway and cars will American principles. the progress of Gen. Maxwell since ments and Ford cars are HONOR GUEST. he first became virtual dictator oi entrance. YourB very truly. The war has enabled him to produce run direct to the main Louisville Ireland has been marked by blunder Several doaen pages of signatures green crops which are quickly con- Next Wednesday will be poJ. McDermott, for- on blunder. Hon. Edward day and has been declared a half were attached to the above letter. and at good prices. The sumed mer Lleuenant Governor of KenMr. Duke, the new Chief Secretato crop looks well. The exports holiday. All railroads leading Into tucky, will be an honor gueet and tary, la a Devonshire man, a Tory, RICHARD C. KERENS. bacon are heavy and the Louisville have announced reduced of Irish the principal speaker at the Dis- a good lawyer and mediocre poliIrish hams rates and the Indications are for the prlee Is satisfactory. ' and lamb are bringing unheard of greatest crowds In State Fair Richard C. Kerens, of St. Louis, covery day banquet at Youagstown, tician, who had attracted no atten! tion in the House until of late he former Ambawador to" Auatrla, died Ohio. prim. The steady increase in ligious liberty, the persecution continues. Only recently In Orilla somo young women of the very bestj families gathered the little children together In a house near a church formerly in chnrgo of tho Jesuit Fathers. There were two secular priests left In tho church. Gov. Elizondo, hearing that tho women were instructing the children In catechism, sent a Colonel with a number of soldiers to break up this "Illicit gathering." In order to frighten the women their names wore taken, tho priests arrested. Father Valiejo, sixty years old. a man who had suffered already a stroke of paralysis, and was at the time of his arrest suffering also from diabetes, was lodged In jail, forced to sweep tho courtyard, where the soldiers were kept, and His clean out the water closets. "crime" Is the same as that of the women that of teaching catechism, Photo shows or rather permitting It to bo taught building adjacent to the in their action. In a chester Today With Itfnrshnll as Guest. EAGLES ASQUITH o, set-bac- Knlghts-arnHLadiesr- 'the -- f As-qul- th poll-tic- Lloyd-George- 's Pat-llck- 's Lloyd-Geor- ge pre-vnill- nc Lloyd-Geor- ge n, f' ' Lloyd-Geor- e, se-cu- ro (J Irish-Germ- an fair-mind- ai-fro- nt Lloyd-George- 's Yes, it is true, as the good Mr. Duke says, If you take no notice of Tho Democratic State campaign any of these matters you can live with little molestation In Ireland. will open in tho proverbial blaze of glory at Winchester today and asido from the addresses by Vice Presi.TWO WEEKS' MISSION. dent Thomas R. Marshall and Repof Alabama, a A two weeks' mission, beginning resentative Hclfln, be the big baibecue will feature. tomorrow evening, will be given at The Committee of Arrangements St. Louis Bertrand's church, the plan to entertain a crowd of 20,000 first week for women and tho sec- people, as special tialns are being ond week for men. The mission run fiom surrounding sections. Judging from the Interest shown will be conducted by Rev. J. L. Finnerty and Rev. V. G. Cleary, two In the campaign throughout tho eloquent missionaries of the Domini- State there is no doubt of tho result in November. It is amusing to can order. Tho opening service will be tomorrow evening at 7:30, read tho interviews with Republican consisting of rosary instiuctlon, Leader Hert, tho present big gun rosary and sermon. In the morn- in this section, who after his daily ings masses will be at 5 and 8 saying of "everything looks rosy In o'clock, with a short instruction the West" concludes with the stateafter the 5 o'clock mass and a short ment that Hughes has a good sermon after the 8 o'clock mass. chance to carry Kentucky. If Mr. every Hert's rosy predictions of the West bo heard Confessions will afternoon beginning at 3:30 o'clock have no brighter prospects than tho In Kentucky Tuesday and every evening follow- Republican outlook ing the services, and in the morning then Hughes will be the worst after the 5 and 8 o'clock masses. beaten man r.ever put up as the G. O. The reception days is P. standard-beareAn indulgence of 200 gi anted for each exercise attended to Hughes this past week at Lexingand a plenary Indulgence is granted ton is but typical of the progress to those who attend at least one of his campaign everywhere. He has met with big crowds evA plenary In exercise a day. dulgence is also granted In the form erywhere with tho same result. Evof the Papal blessing at the close to eryone comes away disappointed,, all who have attended at least ono his addresses consisting of tirades exercise for five days, who have of President Wilson and scolding ot but to tho worthily received the sacraments the administration, and united in, prajer for tho Inten chagrin of the Republicans he does and say The not come out tion of the Holy Father. women's mission will close on Sun- what he would have done In Wilday afternoon, September 10, at son's place or what he Intends to 3:30, tho men's mission beginning do if elected. Tho ten pointed that eevning. The mission is prim- questions fired at him by theheleadhas" arily intended to prepare the people ing wrltera and literary-meof. tho congregation In a nplritual never noticed, although published fnv. big: newspaper, advertisraeata,, way. for me goiaen jumiee ceiepra- juliereyei? ib- JSlgllfc. tioabMhe galling to Roosevelt, who although, player can not be aca rand-stan- a TRINITY ROWLING LEAGUE. cused of dodging the issue. It is Trinity Council, Y. M. I., has or- dollars to doughnuts that Teddy is ganized a bowling league for the Insisting on the campaign directors coming season, and at a meeting forcing Hughes to answer, but It la Wednesday evening elected the fol believed it is too late now, as thoulowing officers: H. J. Hennessy, sands of Republicans are disgusted President; B. J. Sandmann, vice with Hughes' dodging, whilo tho President: J. L. Sullivan, Secretary; Progressives aro deserting by tho ot sourco Another Ray wholesale. Treasurer; J. L. Timmol, Schreck, Charles Selvert. Ed Scheaf-fe- r, strength that is not coming up to G. tho Ed Mueller and P. J. Sandmann expectations of thevote, O. P. is they which The league German-America- n Executive Committee. begiu is to be known as Trinity Y. M. I. had counted on so much. To Bowling League, and is composed of with, as contended before in these vote eight teams as follows: Cubs, R. columns, the German-America- nper cent. Reno. has always been 70 Captain; Giants, Schreck, Scheaffer, Captain; Athletics, L. publican and the Democratic voter' can see no C. American Tigeis, Captain; Schuster, Selvert, Captain; Pirates, T. Honle, reason to desort Wilson when it is Captain; Braves, N. Christ, Captain; taken into account that Roosevelt, Indians, J. L. Timmel, Captain, and of tho other camp, went clear out Yankees, H. J. Hennessy, Captain. of his way to Insult theIt German-Americadally.. and is still at All league games will be rolled on The controversy over tho selecWednesday and Friday evenings on Trinity's new bowling alleys. First tion of Election Commissioners has games to bo rolled next weunesaay again exposed tho hand of Percy Haly In Kentucky politics, showing night. that ho is making the fight of his life to stake a comeback and that he plans to save Beckham when the latter is a candidate for . Knowing that Kentucky Democracy has washed its hands of both Beckham and Haly forever, an attempt Is being made to form a combination with the Republicans and Prohibitionists. This attempt of Haly and his followers to cause trouble during tho campaign will not be forgotten by the men now actively engaged in placing the State In tho Wilson column, and with the Presidential race out of the way attention will be directed to the Haly clique and their little plans nipped in the bud. It has been rumored and never denied that Haly and hl3 little coterie of renegade Democrats were behind Axton and the Bull Moose paity in 1913, the plan then being to kill tho Democratic orIt would ganization here because not bow to Beckham. So the combination now with the Republicans would only again bo a like procedure, and It behooves the Kentucky Democracy to take steps to deliver another crushing blow similar to that given Haly's man McChesney flat-footraris)i-Jn'Octobera-itfiS-Ksied- ,, German-ns spirit. ment, I can say that I know of no Instance In which I have been able Crowds meet Hughes at Every to Intervene directly for the good Point, Only to Bo Disapof my constituency, and that whereas I entered public life full of enpointed. ergy, hope and determination to do something to uplift the country, and though I have studied and advocated many fruitful schemes of bet- Percy Haly Grasping At political terment, I have always found my efStraws to Beckham forts thwarted because the Government Is represented by a great Inert mitciiine. ., machine, exceedingly costly and burdensome to tho people, but conceived originally as an instrument of subjugation and set to work KLING CHOICE OF THE PEOPLE since always in an 3: 3 V Sae anti-nation- al vi d In mu-slca- le Kaiser's insane. DUKE OF BRUNSWICK. now reported son-in-la- EIGHTH YEAR BEGINS. fair-mind- ed fellow-cltlze- ns whole-hearte- Thn T.nnlnvlllfi Lltorarv Club will begin Its eighth year next Monday evening with its nrst ran meeting at the Louisville Free Public Library President In the assembly room. E. A. Jonas will preside, and Dr. an unH. A. Cottell announces usually interesting series of subjects. The principal speaker of the evening will be Thomas C. a well known member of the local bar and a profound Shakespearean scholar, whoso subof ject will be "The Merchant Venice." Tho meetings of the club are open to the public and an interested are cordially Invited to attend. In addition to Mr. Mapother, and Messrs. Miss Miriam Gaines excels as roLisn. Cale Young Rice, Emmet O'Neal, Olive oil applied to the surface B. Gil- of mahogany furniture and rubbed T. M. Gllmore and Dr. R. bert are scheduled to appear this with a soft cloth makes an exllftt. polish. fall before the club. Ma-poth- Local attentlpn is being directed to the contest for members of tho Board of Education and the Impresthat many sion will not down voters aro now going to support Ben Kllng in November, principally because of the fact that it is believed now to bo high tlmo for the people in tho to have a representative ot School Board. The manner selecting the present board Is obnoxious to the people as a rule and the average voter rebels at the Idea of any set or, clique of men saying to the public "Here are our selections; take them or not vote at all." Tho candidates thus selected do not feel under any obligation to the public and feel that their first duty Is to the little clique of men who selected them as their candi dates. A vote for Kllng Is a vote against this system and is a vote for school government by the people. last year's prlmray. JKBTDTJOBTSr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. - Owing to a recent death the wedding was a very quiet one. The 4 Lawn fete, brido and groom left for an Eastern September euchre and lotto by Young Ladles' honeymoon trip and will reside at Sodality of St. Leo's church, after- Frandfort. , PUBLISHKD KVBRY SATURDAY. noon and evening. aad CaHsetki John J. Crotty was a visitor in September 22 Euchre and lotto, .IcvaM to tfce Sedal as Meral MyauemnmA el kJsk Awerksw New York City. last week renewing St. William's school hall. OMoi&Hr Iadorsea- by Aaetest Order o HHerUaa, Yeaae Men's who with September 22 Euchre and lotto acquaintances hotel andfriends silks Iiwtttnto aaa Cafcaettc Bsiga of Attieriea. buying his party for benefit of St. William's called atLouisville market. for the church, Thirteenth and Oak. KENTUCKY IRISH AMCfirCAN PRINTWIQ QOIcorpftd, Publtah 7 Lawn fete for September Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Kessack anSINOUB COPY 5 Church of Our Lady, on church 1SCIPTI0N PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YfiAR nounce the engagement of their and Rudd. grounds, Thirty-fift- h Marie UirfjTHtoassff f,jfflfrgSM ruttr Bnfft September 28 Euchro and lotto, daughter, to Miss Margaret Robert Davidson. The to th mrtwagc iwsk AMaaauug-i- i Augustine's Hall, 1308 West Kessack, willJ. take place in October. St. iMww rf cwMiwihM wedding Broadway. " 19 Lotto by St. Ellza October Mr. and Mrs. John M. Adams anflEOTSSto beth's Auxiliary, Knights of St. nounce the engagement of their cquncTl) fyAM5ffaBJ John, at Utopian Hall. daughter, Miss Katherlne May Adams, to Francis R. Splckerman. The QBEviEe5 wedding will take place in October. COMING EVENTS. 13-126-2- XIII AJMO&XZGAJS VOTE FOR a WILS0NADMARSHALL wt otW. LODISVIDLK, KY GHEET ROTH RIGHT. .SATURDAY, I SEPTEMBER 9, 1916. crasxrasxaBassxsxetssac&xxaa President "Wilson and his opponent, Justice Charles Hughes, were this week's guests of Kentucky, tho former hero for the dedication and reception of the Lincoln Memorial and the latter to open his political campaign, and to each was accorded a reception of which Kentucky has reason to feel proud. "While this State has but one choice, and that Wilson, her people honor and respect the man who opposes him. This evidences our greatness and true Americanism. NARROW MINDED. Collier's Weekly in Its last Issue contains a flaring page advertisement urging all Britons at home or abroad to invest their money in English bonds to help carry on the reading war, the advertisement "that it Is their duty." Now this is all very well, but what a howl would go up if the press of this country carried a like appeal to the Germans and German-American- s. An amendment to tho revenue bill, authorizing the President, during a ,war in which the United States is not engaged, to withhold clearance from all vessels which discriminate against American shippers; to withhold privileges from ships of such nations as withhold privileges accorded to other nations from American ships, and to use the army and navy, if necessary, to prevent departure of offending vessels from United States ports, was adopted by the Senate. of Senator amendment An Phelan, of California, was adopted authorizing the President by proclamation to deny the use of the malls, express, telegraph, wireless or cable facilities to citizens of to nations which do not accord Americans all facilities of commerce, Including the unhampered traffic in the mails. This amendment, it was declared, was aimed particularly at British Interference with American mails. WHAT FATHER NOLL SAYS. In an editorial in this week's Sunday Visitor tho Rev. Father Noll, Its editor, corrects tho Impression that politics played any part during the Federation convention, and many others verify his statement. Father Noll says: of Federation American Tho Catholic Societies did not assail tho s administration, as tho of many papers would leave one to believe. Tho writer was present at the various sessions of this body, and can truthfully aver that everything savoring of "politics" was at all the scrupulously avoided the Federation. of deliberations The newspapers made their case from a paragraph in the report of tho Federation's National Secretary. This report contained a roview of the Federation's work for tho year, and hence also alluded to Its protest against the recognition of Car- I&n5aJjy,E2ideiit .Wilson,. 'wjj.lch the Secretary stated, "was like the voice of one crying in the wilder" ness." The Secretary's Teport was not even discussed, much less did i' provoke a condemnation of the administration. SOCIETY. at Shelbyvllle. Misses Flora Welsbach and Grace Rothhass and Messrs. Morton Leyer and Paul Thleman were week-en- d guests of Carl Hanser and family Mrs. Will Fahey, of Parkview, Is Mr. and Mrs. James P. Edwards spending six months in Hodgenvllle and children, who have been spending the summer at their country Mrs. Molly Pierce spent last week residence at Harrodsburg, have reguest of Mrs. Bert Pope at turned to their home on Fourth as the Shepherdsvllle. N. street. EXTREMES. difference of opinion between Catholics as to the proper attitude to assume toward the prejudice of our fellow-citizen- s, was ilbefore tho Catholic Fedlustrated eration convention, when Col. P. H. Callahan, of Louisville, and Joseph SP. Brennan, of Boston, engaged in a lively colloquy. "We believe that It is possible to go so far as to become ridiculous In the campaign for harmony which Col. Callahan's committee is conducting. Several times the Colonel himself has come perilously near the line. His speech before the Federation gathering Is but one Instance. On the "QnainTtiatCatholks need not go around with a chip on their shoulder to secure their rights. There is something to be said for Mr. But It Is as Brennan's attitude. extreme as that of Col. Callahan. non-Cathol- ic The following editorial comment in the last Issue of the Omaha True Voice will Interest our readers because of its local bearing: "That there Is room for a wide ' head-line- othejajidiiro Norbourn Phllpot, of Youngs-towOhio, who was the guest or John T. Shelley for several days, has gone to Owensboro to visit some Mrs. J. E. Brennan visited .In relatives before returning to his Frankfort the past week, tho guest home, of Mrs. J. M. Hallnan. Mrs. G. Bernard McGinn has rere turned from a pleasant visit to her Miss Bertha Mahoney has turned from a visit to Mrs. Will sister, Mrs. J. F. Stephens, of ChiHackworth at Shelbyvllle. cago. En route homo she also visand ited relatives at Hoopestown will leave Terre Haute. Miss Genevieve Pogue next week to attend the Sacred Heart Academy in Washington. Miss Loretto Moran, of Bellevue; ' Mrs. David O'Neil, of Jefferson-vlll- Miss Katherine Mullln, of Newport, and Miss Minnie Ashcraft, of Covhas been spending the past ington, have been here on a visit week with friends in soum uenu. this past week as the guests of Miss Abbie Chester, of South First Miss Hester J. Stephens has re- street. turned from St. Louis and will bo at 1111 Second street for the winter. Mrs. J. B. Huntington nnd children, who have been the guc3ts of Miss Nell Kelly has left for Mrs. Huntington's the sisters, Omaha to visit her brother, w. J. Misses O'Malley, for several weeks, residing there. left Monday for Chicago, where Kelly, who Is now they joined Mr. Huntington, and Mrs. John Morltz and daughter, left Wednesday for Grand Rapids, Miss Eleanor Morltz, of Crescent Mich., to be the guests of Mr. and Hill, are visiting relatives In Indi- Mrs. William Devaney for ten days ana. before returning to their home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mr. and Mis. Robert Walsh, of Mr. and Owensboro, are visiting LAWN FETE AND EUCHRE. Mrs. John J. Jacobs on Garland avenue. The Young Ladies Sodality of St. Leo's church of Highland Park will last entertain with a lawn fete, euchre Lavan arrived Miss Cella week from West Virginia for a visit and lotto next Wednesday and with her sister, Mrs. J. T. RHey, on Thursday evenings on the grounds Brook street. adjoining the church. Games will bo called at 3 and 8 p. m. Thirty-fouit- h Meehan, Mrs. Patrick an street, has returned from SILVER JUBILEE. enjoyable trip to Detroit, Cleveland and Cincinnati. John B. Barrett, Col. George Schuler and Frank A. Kellner are Miss Margaret Roche, of Lexing- the Committee of Arrangements for ton, is visiting the Misses KIley, th; pllver jubilee celebration of Mr. 2614 West Main, and will be here and Mrs. Fred Stengel on Septemfor two weeks. ber 25, the committee having been jelected at meeting of a gathering Josephine Murphy has re- of bowling a Mrs. and otitcr friends. to her home In New Albany, turned to her son, Clarence after a visit STILL AT HOME. Murphy, at Detroit. Ken-tuckia- ns n, Brennan was among tho seen about the hotels Gothani the past week. of e, I yip EBESIDENTiy Both are extremists. The middle way Is the safest. We should not INFALLIBLE SIGNS. seek controversy; but we should be It is always easy to tell when' ready and willing to defend our John Bull's war chest Is getting they are assailed." rights when press empty. First the on this side contains denunciatory PARISH SCHOOL-- . of the German and all is well editorials Tho Louisville diocese hyphenates. Then the same press equipped from an educational point publishes screaming extras all about There are few parishes the big gains made by tho Allies. of view. a school, while our higher The third chapter Is seen In the without Institutions of learning are con- advertising columns where an apceded to bo among the best in the peal Is made for American citizens land. All this being true, what to buy English bonds. This counaro our Catholic people going to try and the other neutral countries do about it? Will they hesitate for could stop the war In six weeks by a moment to send their children refusing to furnish funds to the belong? where they rightfully belligerents. Will they endanger the salvation of tho child's soul by permitting Denver wants tho 1918 conventhe little one to mingle with those tion of the American Federation of who never mention the name of Catholic Societies. The Catholic Surely no Register promises the Catholic leadGod in their studies? his religion ers of the nation the best time they Catholic who knows thing. ever will do this had if they came to the ColThese schools have been erected in orado capital in 1918. order that the rising Catholic generation may be well grounded In Many Catholic fraternal societies the faith ere they are compelled 'are standing for their members who to go out Into the world and take have enlisted, which proves that up tho duties that will bo theirs. these organizations are not only It is a serious matter for parents fraternal but patriotic. are These eouls to consider. placed in their keeping and on tho A local Baptist paper says it day of Judgment they will be ac- would be a splendid thing to elect countable to God. How will the a Baptist President of the United derelict parent face the Almighty States., meaning Hughes. Smooth when the books are opened If he electioneering. has not cared for the child as tho Creator would have him care for WJTH 1UGH MASS. it? Think it over, Catholic friend, Academy. ThA Snnred Heart and let nothing swerve you from Crescent Hill, will open Its board the narrow path. ing and day school for tne coming year Monday morning with high THINK. pro-Engli- sh 'S- -. -- -rAl M. Emler, member Inst returned i.i of the Board Of Public Works, who from a visit to Artemus, Ky., where has been 111 of complications and she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. tiojirt trnnhip for tho Dast three Thomas H. Hayden. weeks, is still confined to his home on Cherokee road. Tnursoay mornMr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Schreck ing he had a bad spell but rapidly Grote) will return tomorrow recovered, and the last report was (nee from Indianapolis, where they went that he is showing steady improveon their wedding tour. ment. Murray, of Clifton, is Miss Eva LEXINGTON. home from New Orleans, where she summer with has been spending the Qroff. Nicholas Ryan, a prominent resiher sister, Mrs. J. J. dent of Lexington and member of was Graddy-Rya- n Company, Col. Frank and Mrs. McGrath and the of vertigo with, family will return next Tuesday strickenplace of an attack Wednesday business from Atlantic City, where they have at his afternoon and was unconscious for been spendng tho summer. half an hour. ' Thursday he was spond-- . resting nicely and pronounced out Miss Margaret Condon is , ,...i ,,'nniro nt Atlantic City. of danger. will also visit friends In New and York and Boston Deiore reiummB. REVERENCE "FOR AUTHORITY. -- ,. - . v. Ti..o Tni,Uf hn Ex-Sher- AND THE Straight Democratic Ticket. FOURTEENTH ANNUAL soon be for boys who'll off to school. MAKES THEM mass. when interference with our shipping Drastic amendments to the revenue bill, striking at the Allied blacklist and British interference with American malls, wero adopted Tuesday by the Senate and created consternation among the diplomatic representatives of the Allies. In Allied quarters it was declared that the enactment of the amendments Info law would constitute nothing less than a act, preliminary to a commercial warfare with possibiliconsequences. ties of The Administration leaders who hare Intimate connection with the "must stop. ng The time has arrived when those our commerce and who oppose and rights must think some ITORTV HOURS. The Forty Hours' devotions for the coming week will open tomorrow morning with high mass in tho Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Washington street, and will come to a solemn close Tuesday. Father Daniel O'Sulllvan will direct the services and be assisted by priests from other churches. RECORD ITALIAN SCHOOL. Mgr. John F. Kearney, pastor of the old St. Patrick's Cathedral nn "Mnit. street. Na-- v York City. and the- - head of th& largest Italian school in the world, recenuy cele- so brated the fiftieth anniversary of his service as a priest. His school(nrliiriea 2.006 DU&llB. He is SeVenty-sl- x years old, After being or i". dained in Rome ne was St. Patrick's and has never laft attempt to stay their adoption.! the charge. tiiw Itev, John J. jwynne, S. J., editor Miss Jean Schwanlnger, of Encyclopedia, had as her guest last week of the Catholic .., triwlnln HnHfrnv. Who lelt prejudices old writes, that the Sunday for her home in Indian against the Catholic school as beor apolis. or "parish," ing "poor," the Mrs. "parochial;" as segregating Shobel. Protestant; Mrs. 'Catherine Mrs. James Catholic child from the Charles McDevltt and were recent as raising a barrier, between future Murphy, of Portland, citizens; as alienating their pupils With Two Pair Pants guests of Mrs. M. W. Murray. Flora from the Republic; as .Inculcating Heights. happily disappeared disloyalty, have j Just the kind of suits boys minds. In- will need when school Mrs. from ilinoQ Miss Mary Brannigan andBPend- -. schools whn Vrmw these begins andnow, with the Holland, who have een City, aro convinced that they Inspire not Ed price so low, is the right ...t.1 wookn in Atlantic only respect but reverence for will go to New York before return authority, and that they breed a time to make the purchase. ing home. in muuj spirit of Cheviots and cassimeres the military drill these in plain effects and attracTanner and Miss of part ofschoolscourse. Citizens of Mrs. Florence the is tive overplaids in gray Hallle Murphy, who were guests of Mow Vnrir do not forcet that among Mrs Phil B. Thompson In Clifton, the heroes of Vera Cruz was one They're colors tones. their homes at have returned to with military finely tailored; two pairs who was burled Owensboro. of the honors by the students trousers. Size 6 to 18. Stengel and Mrs. rtiniin pnileirA ho had left but A Special, $4.48. Mrs. Fred W. ele. , r i .nlnvH n delielltful year before. All the basic found week, where ments of preparedness are WOOL KNICKRS visit in Covington last and it would they were guests of tho sister or in a ,Catholic school,nnnlv In every ..., umixiit in Fine grade wool pants, in Mrs. Lepping. one of them the maxims of Cacdinal knicker style, of dark .. .li-TVnnnnfl Webb Gibbons on universal training anu " Misses ftiice mixed and striped chevthe defense of this have returned from Lebanon Junc- preparation for and cassimeres. iots they have been spending country. tion, where Colors tan, gray, and thfi summer with their aunt, Mrs. THOSE WnO IAY VISIT. brown. Size 6 to 18, c. J. B. Dawson. ,. . InrtlllrV hV the .. and Mrs. William H. Hammond Ken- . .. . nnil United States authorities regarding cnuuren, n..i..r. Tifinlol " aiumwo neth. who have been spending the an oroer in cumuuu summer In Southern Michigan, have trance to Ireland the British Government has issued the following: returned home. from "In response to an inquiryKrltlRn .mnMf fVia Meehan. 615 South tne ni-suue t. Third and Market. ueiJuiiwDuv Miss Helen street, is In Detroit Government has sent assurance that Thirty-fourt- h regvisiting her aunt, Mrs. Johnson. Be- the recent order in council,Is not fore .returning she will visit friends ulating travel to Ireland, ... i thn mnvfiment lug which will occur at the Catholic lnienueu iu iiuuip at Bay City, Mich. American citizens University September 17 to 20, that of naturalized ormer all Catholics who are in any way Mabelle who desire to visit their and Misses Frances La- homo. Eacn caBe wm u """--o- n interested in social work may athave roturned from Vanlco Its merits. No "Class of Irish tend meetings and take active part grange, after spending a very enby the An invitation to week, with their cousin. or foreigners is affected be used in deliberations. joyable regulations,, which will attend the conference is not necesDowden. Miss Martha out oi sary and credentials are not reonly to keep certain people besuspected oran Ireland who u.. TnjunhinA Sullivan her ing dangerous are the peaco of tne quired. Many Catholic relief repof to ganizations nalect delegates to engagement of nounces the resent them, but individuals may country." daughter. Miss Mary win o initiative. A come to Paul Ott. The wedding will take "" special on their ownthe St. Vincent meeting of CATHOLIC CHARITIES. place in the early fall. de Paul Society will be held on 17, to 4rt innnlrlea which have nf Miss Maezetta mi,. mirri9 i. In..,!from all parts of the coun- - Sunday, September Superior elect the Council President of the McGrath and Leo A. Meagher, of come Frankfort, was soiemniaea aaiui-da- v fry Lilt) aACvUlllo xwm"- - Catholic of the United States, to sueceed the Maglate lamented Thomas M. Mulry. afternoon at St. Mary Gauee-po- the National Conference of point ts greatly Increased church, Rev. Father CharJUe makes the following dalen's ' performing concerning the meet- - attendance at this year's meetiBK, the ceremony. Jeffer-sonvlll- e, well-lnfqrm-t- n-wl e. Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE, SEPTEMBER 11-16, 1916. Daily WORLD'S GREATEST Daily SADDLE HORSE SHOW Trotting, Pacing and Running Races CLEAN AND CLASSY MIDWAY Louisville, and Friday $40,000 in Premiums. Reduced Railroad Rates AddrasB W. J. Gooch, Secretary, SaiJe G04, Equitable Balldlajt Kentucky. Grand Military Pageant and Athletic Tournament Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade For Prizes. Great Fraternal Gathering For Friday of Fair Week Live Stock Thursday Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bred SCHOOL SHOES We have the largest selection of Children's Shoes in the city. If you want Good, Solid Shoes for your boy or girl you will find our prices most reasonable. SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILT -- A ". '"''V"" LEVY'S VOLZ& MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET STREET. i- -- -- -- ..,.., SACRED HEART ACADEMY THE URSULINE DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. CRESCENT miX. LOUISVILLE KY. Catalogue Sent Free. High Moral and Intellectual Standards. ABMESS: SECRETARY. SACREB HtART ACADEMY. 3115 CHER0KEE PRIVE. LOmtVHiE. KY. hl "Hollo," came from the receiver. SHE COULDN'T SEE. girl, "Hello," answered the flushed with prldo at being able to To the new Swedish girl tho proper answer. mi a anurce of wonder. How give the Is this?" continued the "Who ever, after much careful observation she concluded that sne was mny voice. don't know," exclaimed , "Aye nullified to aet. and responded "Aye can't see you." when the next ring came. tele-niin- na the-mid- .. xoaxptfODXJOKrsr 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 liOUISVHJliE AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BY & irisxi j- AJsau&xzxczAzz THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE w& r '' '& t Tl 1&C' s j.jjAi tm ja iliitoi'if Z i - V " ftiiTlt M' ' ' 'HoN:BY . IWKy&: THE PHIL. HOLLENEAOH INCORPORATED 00. B "'llflf If qhed INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. - Distillers Ot OLD PORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 W. Maui St. SOUR SLASH PURE RYE LonlarHle, Ky. Early Display of Fashionable Silks This advance display of Silk Weaves will give many ideas as what to wear and the materials best suited to the garment. There is a most interesting variety in both weaves and colors. Here are SDecihcallv mentioned some bilks m comDlete lines: VtmiilCH ENGRAVING COJII'AN ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS BLECTROTYPER Loulsrllle, Ky W. Mala St., Homo Phone City 66 74 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1101 South Soventh Street Phono City 6574 THOS. II II Crepe de Chine. width. Good heavy quality in a full line of autumn colors; per yaijcl $1.75 40-inc- h "SOUTHERN STAR" J. BRODERIOE SLICED BACON PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGK "All Ready for Your Griddlo In tho Morning" Home Phone City 4392-- J HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 1000 Zane Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Gros dc Londres will again be much fa vored, and a splendid quality in a complete liio-assortment coior wiutin is priced $2.00 . at Georgette and Lunette Crepes will again lead the mode, and these arc shown in every conceivable color; 40-iwidth; yard. .. .$2.00 Chiffon Taffetn in an unusualy soft finish, and one yard wide. This special quality is shown in forty different shades; priced n. $1.59 Thos. II. Kennedy KENNEDY-OOADY Louis D. Coady SEE POOLEY F6R Room MONEY CONFIDENTIAL BANKER TO Blankets Aplenty THE WORLD. -- All Are Reliable Incorporated 00. MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Homo Phone, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. VM. 1, RELIABLE P. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- al Building 21-- J. 415 Fourth Street Residence SOClETlf A. Meets DIRECTORY. 0. H. ar IbbbbbbI Ready in advance of the fast coming chilly nights are splendid New Blankets in a variety sufficiently wide to meet every preference for quality and price. Evesy Blanket was chosen for its inherent goodness, and you may rely upon any selection for plenty of cozy warmth. "White Blanket in single bed size,! soft quality, to bo had in colored borders; per pair. $6.50 Plaid Blankets in colors that arc washable; size 70x80 inches ) priced, per All-wool All-wo- ol ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. extra fine selected wool, arc priced, per pair $8.00 All-whi- te Scotch Plaid Blankets, made of SHEET METAL JOS. DALY CONTRACTING PAINTER 120 DIVISION 1. All-wo- ol West Green Street, Louisville. Ky. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushlng. PEOPLES PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION Recording Secretary Daniel McIncorporated. ARTISTIC PRINTING n citizens Carthy. was organized by to make Secretary Financial Edward FIRST CLASS WORK Clancy. LOANS Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Give Tills Office Your Next Order on furnlturo and other personal property at Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. 317 W. GREEN ST. lOWEST BATES. Tim Lyons. Sentinel well-knov- 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. Hail, sixth and Walnut. Fourth Thursday, Llederkranz pair $7.50 "Wool Blankets with pink, blue or old rose borders. Each Blanket individually bound in ribbon; can bo used in pairs, or single ; per pair $12.50 HIBERNIANS. MULLOY'S COFFEE Is tbe best coffee value offered. If yon want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- RI Telephone City 946 S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2886. Shawneo 803 Coleman Bide., DIVISION 3. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Division evening. 3 DINNER INCOMPLETE . WITHOUT j , J f t Home Phone JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. 0 Home, Portland. President Lawrence J. Mackey. Headquarters for HENRY GOSS Vice President John J. Riley. PROPERTY. ROOriNO, GUTTERING, SPOUTING CITY AND FARM Secretary John J. Financial Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. See us about anything In real Tin Hoof Repaired and Fainted Recording Secretary estate. We sell, buy and rent. Matthew ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY O'Brien. 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. Borne Phone City 4464. 2011 West Broadway, Louisville, By. Sergeant-at-ArmM. Kalaher. Sentinel Thomas Noon. )9f)9S)(f H DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bortrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. AL. 5. 5MIIH, FKUf. $ Langan. Recording Secretary James J. 1818-182B First and third Friday, Hibernian NEW BLEND 65G 2 1.3 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10c In trade with 2 M lbs. of New Blend. will meet next Friday j JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 Went Market. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON .. Director i Funeral J J 3 and Embalmer McTighe. Treasurer Sentinel Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Connelly. M. J. McDermott. Y. Edward Byrne. f BOTH PHONES 810. M.I. h. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. l Meets Schaad. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident S. O. Hubbuch. M. First Vice President F. Second Vice DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors - & McELLIOH and Embaliiiers - Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. Recording Secretary Buckle. President R. L. G. Adams. O. W. 4 H . d-- vVti. v ,.., (frS J11. V , 713 West Jefferson. Nartb Side. the Indiana State convention. Treasurer O. J. Thornton. reTho Ohio State convention Marshal Theo. Buckle. Inside Sentinel James Radigan. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT jected the proposal to add fraternal life insurance to the sick and death Outside Sentinel H. Pfoicer. benefit system now operated. condemn New York Hibernians Irish leaders who urge recruiting INIGHTS OP COLUMBUS 330111 3PH02MJBJS. in Ireland and pledge support to the party working to keep that Homo City 2008 Climb. Main 290S-- a country out of the war. -iV Late News That Will Interest t 4'4 -M"M -W H 'l H' l The Colorado State convention inBsHLb? wv 01 wbwr$9 Members Here and Elseaugurated a movement for increasing the membership of the existing where. divisions and the organization or HWmWWWiVWWMWVWWVHWHWVWVWWWWWW new ones where there are none 3071-- y HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN now. There are about 1.200 members The State convention will be of the order in Lowell, Mass. Atl the late tnd sew Stv a and Shapes called to order tomorrow morning During the year Denver Council n (un' bei at nable price. at St. Patrick's Hall t 11 o'clock. has Increased its membership 17 per This will give ample time for the cent. arrival of delegates and visitors from other cities. The Knights of Indianapolis have organized an eight-teabowling There were over 5,000 in the league. parade at the State convention at Bishop Nllan, Middletown, Conn. There are three tickets in the Lieut. Gov. Wilson, Congressman AdCadLn field in Indiananolls for the elec Freeman, Mayor Meech and many WWWMWWVtWWWWWMWWMWVWWWWWWW tion September 11. nvestlgate Our New Free other prominent persons were on Last week twenty applications tho reviewing stand. Delivery Service. were received for a probable OctoTwenty-tw- o Now York county ber initiation at Columbus, Ohio. BEE OUR ADS IN THE TIMES, divisions were fully represented nt HERALD AND POST. The Knights of Columbus were Home 1'h one bliatraee 484 a meeting visited by State President well represented in the delegation McCarthy and tho other State offithat notified President Wilson of his A satisfactory conclusion has not cers. The hall was crowded and renomlnatlon. yet been reached, but that a action was urged for promoting the Indianapolis Council will lead in one has been temporarily welfare and progress of the order. tho great Indiana centennial averted Is Teason for rejoicing. Wo pageant for the week of October hope that patriotism in employer HELP RELIEF FUND. 1 There will be ten episodes. and employe will keep this great The cast for the first, "Robert country going to its unprecedented By raising more than $5,000 from Cavalier De La Salle," requiring success and preserve It safe from a tag day on August 26 the Worf'fteen characters, has been chosen enemies at home and abroad. cester, Mass., Irish Relief Fund entirely from the Knights. Catholic Columbian. Committee showed what can be acCtoPpeirFo"s! 3101 WEST BROADWAY complished In a short time by enThe council at Ellzabethtown at its meeting Wednesday night disthusiastic and energetic effort. The FOR WOMAN'S EVE. cussed the advisability of the purWorcester organization comprised chase of the college property frorii Autumn hats will undoubtedly be all of the leading clergymen and a and convert it most of the prominent laymen of 1010 November Election 1016 "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone' E. S. Crume and club room. intoThe small. lodge hall the city. The whole undertaking Corduroy hats are gaining pop- was a triumph of skillful organizahas 156 members. The colOar Special $3.00 Spray councilproperty was recently pur- ularity. lege tion and devoted industry in a comSilk jersey ba'nded with fur is munity which is ever generous to Oar Special $5.00 Wreath chased at auction for S3, 600. every deserving cause. More than still in high favor. The largest values In Fuse By far the most chie jewelry of 40,000 tags were sold during tho rul Flowers ever offered is campaign. ouanT TO SNEAK. the moment is coral. Louisville. days are coming and suits Dark The fact that the Sisters ot For prompt delivery call ?23 FIRST STREET RAILWAY. Charity of Buffalo kindly provided are going to be much dearer. both phones. an ambulance for the Odd Fellows' Satin is receiving a great deal of The first street railway In the parade in that city on Wednesday attention from tho makers of style. United States was built in New evening of last week provoked some White braid bindings give the York City on Fourth avenue, bevery insulting remarks. One navy serge suit undeniable smart- tween Prince street and Harlem, cur received a vigorous t in 1842, and horso cars were Introtmauhts tmr f slap upon his vile mouth because ness. duced into the principal American mot tt&tnt If you can mange to find any ot his comment, and he sneaked between then and 1881, when good lisle or silk white stockings cities away as any naturally coward the use of electricity was begun. lay hold on them. would be expected to do. Flowers telegraphed everywhere A new feature in the season's MRS. COX WAY. millinery is the brim turned up WILSON AND TIIE PEOPLE. ire year boys aa .location that will straight from the forehead. prepare tkem for Ufa. Mrs. Cox (handinc her husband Ball fringe is used as an edging a saucerful of white powder) The President is to be praised ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGfc for the stand he has taken in the for skirts and tunics, usually in the John taste that and tell mo what FOR contest between the employes and sanio color as the material of the you think It is. 112 If. Broadway, Xb1stU1, Xj. the railroads of the country- - It frock. Mr. Cox It tastes UKe soda, of Conducted ay the XaverJan Is a difficult riddle to solve, and I told Wool stockings are not a Mrs. Cox That's what Solentlflo and Bualneee any more. The all the advantage of rat She Economy consistent with effi OoHraea. Preparatory Department, Large he is uainz station for the benefit point strongly te their indications Bridget. Taste declares It's make Swlsomlsr Peel, Well Be.uippa4 Ornu. his exalted it again to uh next poison. cJeBcy and thoroughness. 1MB. Vhm Moderate. Sre. Jarae. Dlr. of the land he so wiwly guide winter. ar, Lowell, Mass. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Ohio has forty-fou- r divisions and a total of 2,400 members. Cut Flowers for all occasions. The Louisville Ladles' Auxiliary Special attention given will have a splendid report for orders. their State convention. Cavanaugh, PresiRev. NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. dent of Father Dame University, has Notre INCORPORATES). become a member of the order. 057 Fourth 'Ave.. Loaiiiville. Ky. Thousands of persons participated in the Irish' day celebration of the order Saturday at Dayton, Ohio. Division 4 will meet, Monday evening and hear reports from the The New Fall Styles are Ready. delegates to the State convention. Twenty-fiv- e nifty shapes. Bring in twenty-tw- o HiMassachusetts your Felt, Beaver or Velour Hats bernian military has companies, 231 and have them Cleaned, Dyed and divisions and a membership of Reshaped. 22,841. Both National President Joseph McLaughlin and National President Mary Frances McWhorter attended out-of-to- FLORISTS There wore over fifty delegates at the Colorado State convention. New auxiliaries are being organized at Lima and Bellaire, Ohio. A big delegation is expected from Covington tomorrow for the convention. Twelve hundred people attended tho State convention banquet at F. F. X. L. BEER NONE PURER NONE BETTER "V. i Prompt "Delivery Service?" CALL NO. 467 Sure. HHtltt8HmftH3 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE EITHER PHONE, OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. LADIES! JOHN F: OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, Falls City Straw Works JOHN B. FRANK 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 209 I a"11"l"W i - l'! ' LOUISVILLIC. KY. -- -- A Case ofgGood Judgment. Order a Case ef J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. ra' m 822 East ;. IBM Cumb. Phone West 191 THE Home Phone 1913 WIEDEMANN JKCOttPO RATED Eosci and Embalmers RATTERMAN SCANNELL nt anon d ant ITinanl Hiiiorfnrc 2-- 7. BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent QRUBER & DEUSER. Maaagers, Louisville, Ky. Home. City I 1 3lOl INCORPORATED. Cumb. South OOG-- Y DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue GERMAN BANK FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. J 7. w lo Corner Fourth and JeffcuM VOTB FOR BEN W. KLING Board Education. H.B0SSES0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Fifth and Market Sts. TeUsbeae 18i2. BroUiera-Cl&selcal- , sp . a A S ii j v ( atgap- -- XCBNTUOICY IRISH BBIIIIIIIIIBIBBmF! BBBk f BBB ,AJfcdCEJICSAWr. i ' TWIN CITY POPULARITY CONTEST Help Send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to This Season's OLD IBjVBBBBW t avSvSvSvSvSvJBx BjaBBBBjdBVBBBBBBBF-- i JBK .... 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CUT OUT THIS THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the TWO most World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE BBBBBBBLBlflMRBHinBfc jBBT " '" x SBMI GOLD TRADING This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr BffflLVAflLVJiVfliHBiBVJJv vPVAbybT bB oVflvH STAMPS HERE YOU CAN FIND t SiHBBBBBBHBlBlBH VilBBBBBBBaBBBBi Club or Position whom I consider the most popular member of the Twin City League. Following is tho roster ot tho Twln City Baseball League, each ot whom Is entitled to enter the Kentucky Irish American's World's series contest, the first coupon for which appears In this Issue: Imperials Fusseneggor, Traeger, Haag, Bosler, Aulbech, Murphy, Eschman, R. Pontrich, E. Harrlgan,Elpers. Ohlie, Renn, Weber Conners. b Steir, voor, nxaciuer, iu Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Melcher, Frantz, Mattingly, Bohan- non, Cereal, Madden, Curloy, Bos- Hamilton, Ham- meyer, Kenealy. mond, Joe Murphy, F. Weber. Cllncs. Mackln Council C. Ellers, Thorn- ton, Schleman, R. McGrath, Morris, Warren, Lally, L. Meisner, Davis, Hafner, Conley, Schene, Scheckler, Cronan A,.well . Larkin . McDonough. Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara- Burke, J. Murphy, --- Women,s Ready to Wear Year s Wash Dress Fabrics HOSPITAL TRAIN TO MEXICAN BORDER. gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur- phy, C. Voss, O. Kller. " db Mo Kaser Bluel Bosler. d! ly Cummlngs, B. Cummings, Hagner, Tjranagan, J. Carraro, W. Stamme man schwind, Neumeyor. DrownfleP,d( This train, consisting of ten coaches, has been built especially for army hospital work and is said to be as modern In equipment as any of the hospital trains in use in Europe. Photo shows first aid or surgical car, In which there Is a thoroughly equipped operating room. TWIX CITY CONTEST. 1 Men's Manchester Shirts Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings f f At great reductions in prices. These are all new and fresh goods and must be disposed of in order to make room for stocks that will arrive soon for fall trade. T DECLARE FOR AMERICA. German-America- oton PIinnoOTiilVi MpDnrmntt. O. Sieger, Kuebert, Orioles ! n n riauiiiBci, j. lrnllnr h . VODer, Ci. iirn iti Pfafflnger, Soeder. Koohler. Loemer, Baumgarten. McCabe, WHUnghurst, Schmoetzer, Reiter. Hnt-nTpmhnrlev. Ches- cMmtf t ,,;. n. ter, Killoran. TWO Clifford, Polln, Coieman; the popularity contest and with the -, iii'iii: -- - . i,ili iiinno uni Uoo, muto, iriioa nfflrorc. Frank Reichert, date of the world's baseball series ney, Fitzgerald, Bloemer, C. Flynn. E. J. Wolfe, Steinbock, diawlng near some good licks are Olympics J. Murphy, Lovott, Dal- being put in for the contestants. ton, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deoken, Thomas D. G'lnes. ,. Umplres Alvln Wells. Mulligan. The standing of tho first four reChester. Mclntyre, J. scuuy, mains practically the same, all reFlynn, Henry, O'Laughlln, Flnne- - Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. ceiving a big vote this past week, a close contest being waged for second place between Scoier Eddie CITY LEAGUE. FAVORITES IN THE TWIN Steinbock and "Bob" Morils, both being within striking distance of Ray Haragan, tho Bertrand star, and whoso friends say he Is a cinch to bo one of the lucky two who go to the world's series. The rumors of a dark horse will not down and it would not be surprising to see one of those down In the race come to the front with a spurt tho closA subscription new ing week. good for twenty votes is tho pop- OI11 Tracer n The Twin The ott Lleber.N Murphy, League close of the dimmed City 'Alliance, Kentucky met in Frankfort which season has not the Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan, ardor of some of the workers In the first of the week, adopted reso- Hack Hn I' iiH ular method with the workers and subsome are promised a scription good for 100 votes for their favorite. Only three moro weeks to hustle, the contest closing Saturday, September 30, and tho winners will bo notified right away to get ready for their trip to Biooklyn, Boston or Philadelphia. The standing to date: 744 R. Haragan, Bertrands 583 Morris, Mackln... 576 Steinbock, scorer five-year Kenealey, Killoran, Orioles J. Scully, Olympics Higglng, Bertrands Sheehan, Champs Coleman, Champs O'Brien, Champs Dalton, Olympics K. of C : DAVIS, Champs. V SPRUNK, Trinity. ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever. The same courteous attention given the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old German Insurance BanK Under tho Big Clock Second and Market State Government Supervision. BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA IP. BANNON PIPE form Rank, Catholic Knights of America. They arrived In St. Louis W. MARKET ST. feet, and Incidentally beat them the last Sunday and were accorded a majority on tho season. Louisville Labor day in Louisville was they royal reception. From there has more than held its own with expect to comcelebrated, the parade being St. Paul, registering eleven wins most creditable and the gathering went to Chicago, and plete their inspection and return against eight defeats. The Colonels BS will not have easy sailing as Man at Phoenix Hill Park tho largest home next week. ager Kelly is still a little miffed for many years, Five thousand LD3RARY IRISH SECTION. about Owner Wathen's purchase of marched in tho parade, and that Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as his star catcher Clemons, tho old many more heard the aaaress oi close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and of Hibernians The Ancient Order Louisville player, and chances are Hon. Edward J. McDermott, which nighti PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable he will use him in every game to all declared the best Labor day of Indiana have offered to equip an here. There Irish section in the new University help beat his future A speech ever heard chauffeurs our specialty, dive us a call. double-headwill be played tomor- were many attractive floats In tho Library at Notre Dame, and tho row afternoon and it is hoped that parade, the three judges, Nathan generous offer has been accepted by the jinx who comes with a big Kahn, William A. Perry and A. T. the University's President. During crowd will be refused admission at Durgovln, awarding the first prizes the State convention of the A. O. H. in South Bend, Ind., tho memto the barbers and carpenters. the gate. The locals lost two bers wore tho guests for an afterat home this season to noon of the University. They honESCAPE. NARROW SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. the two biggest crowds of the year, ored Father Cavanaugh, President Kansas City and Toledo being tho FREE SERVICE. Pulford, Lieut of Notre Dame, with an honorary B4k Phone. 3309. Capt. Edward beneficiaries, and in both instances the games were donated because of George Clifford, Patrolman Charles membership in the order. miserable fielding. Ruez and George Beck had a narDELEGATES. row escape from serious injury early 1101-0- 3 EAST BROiLDWAT. Monday morning wfien the automoPRIESTS IN RETREAT. SALE or EXCHANGE Division 1, A. O. H., will be repbile in which they were driving to Hodgenvllle skidded over an em- resented at the State convention Five hundred priests of the $5.00 AND UP. of Chicago finished their bankment and was wrecked. All which convenes hore tomorrow by f. IAMXBH, J.. LAWKNCE J. VEENEXAM, retreat yesterday. These Chl- - suffered painful bruises and Beck the following officers and CO.: WM PfB. It Tmk. PncKHcr. X'cako priests made their retreat this had his leg broken. They were SHnbrj. Delegates Mark Ryan, William year in almost equal sections, so brought to a loeal hospital and Both Phone 135 333 WEST MAIN STREET that no church was left unattended. given prompt attention and all but L. Cushlng, Daniel McCarthy, Edward Clancy and Thomas Keenan. The first section closed on Friday, Beck are able to be out again. Barry, P. Alternates James September 1. Archbishop Munde-lel- n Thomas Dolan, Martin J. Gavin, SCHOOL OPENED. addressed the priests on that day. The exercises were held at William Murphy and James Moore. Calvert Pipe, X Sewer & Notre Dame University, and were Last Sunday the handsome new Pate at LiMcA Pip 8 far Steaat Ceataits , Xaaaaa's GOLDEN JUBHiEE. conducted by Rev. Daniel Qulnn, school for St. Leo's church at Wall Cesiajf, Draia Tils. Yferlfic Brick. Z S. J., of New York, formerly Presi- Highland Park, which the pastor. Rev. Martin O'Connor, the pasdent of Fordham University. Rev. Father Fitzgerald, has Just had x urerreaaag, nae Ltaiag, rire BrlcK The Best Straight Whisky On Earth eroded, was blessed and dedicated tor, and committees aro busy with Grate ai Bailer Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Ckleeaey Teas. VISITING PARENTS. by Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue. preparations for the golden jubilee The formal opening took place celebration of St. Michael's church, OFFICR 528 WEST JEFFERSON Frank Hanafee, a senior of the Tuesday and was a most agreeable which will begin on Sunday, SepINCORPORATED HOME PHONBSCITYC73-178United States Naval Academy at surprise to both the pupils and their tember '24, and continue throughout CUMB. MAIN S07. Annapolis and a popular New Al- parents. The new structure is mod- the week. The programme will be ' Sale OwBn Reentered D2t. No. 33 X KOB.KS 13tfe aad Brack, and Magnolia Ave.. Bet. 9tk and mtfa. bany boy, is home on a furlough for ern and well equipped and la an- an elaborate one and will contain a il a If tn Til a naranta an I ralaMvaa other monument to the energy and entertainment features for eaca 1 West Main Street Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 4H t f evening. It 1 1 1 1 1 1 i M H H 10 1 II I M i H I He will be graduated next spring j seal of the pastor. WHISKY 63 Schleman, Mackln FIXAIj STANDING. 60 , Hogan, Champs 44 Donnelly, Trinity. The Twin City League closed Its Cronen, Mackln 43 double-header- s, 1916 season Sunday with 42 Burke, Bertrands the Champs taking two O'Laughlln, Olympics 52 from the Bertrands, K. of C. two Lally, Mackln 32 two from Chester, Orioles from Mackln, Orioles 24 Trinity, and tho Imperials two from Bosler, Trinity 23 the Olympics. The pennant winning Scheckler, Mackln 23 ., K. of C. team will play the Cincin- Voor, Imperials 22 nati amateur champions on Satur- Bossmeyer, K. of C 22 day, September 23, and on tho fol- Clresl, K. of C 15 lowing day will journey to Cincin- Eschmann, Imperials 15 The J. Murphy, Bertrands nati for two games there. 14 final standing of the league: 13 Flynn, Bertrands W. L. Clubs. Pet. 19 2 .90S ROOTERS ENTERTAIN WINKERS. K of C 14 7 .667 Mackln 14 7 .667 Champs Tuesday night Manager Thomas Imperial! 12 9 .571 and tho Knights of 12 9 .429 D. Clines Bertrands 13 8 Olympic .331 Columbus baseball team, winners of 13 8 .381 the Twin City League pennant, were Orioles 21 Trinity 0 .000 given a theater party by their rooters at the Strand Theater, where Al COLONELS VS. ST. PAUL. Field's minstrels appeared. Manager Clines received the invitation and Mike Kelly's St. Paul team will congratulations of the K. of C. fole begin a series with the lowing boforo they left Shawnee Louisville ball club today, having Park at the close of the last gamo. just come from Indianapolis, where they played the Hoosler team off its OTjn LABOR DAY. five-gam- Burns, scorer Harrlgan, Imperials Thornton, Mackln W. Murphy, Olympics Schulte, K. of C Ohllgschlager, Trinity R. Pontrich, Imperials Mattingly, K. of C 266 163 153 153 150 135 123 100 lutions condemning the exportation of arms and ammunition to Euro pean nations as inhuman and a Now For the Palm Beach Suits violation of truo neutrality, and condemning racial antagonism. The convention also adopted resolutions favoring the decoration of every home and business house with the national colors on all public occasions and the "flag In every home" movement. Carl Wellendorff, of this city, was President. INCORPORATED. Before adjourning the following resBOTH'PHOHES-263- 5". olutions were adopted by unanimous 426 S. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. vote: "We reiterate our belief in true Our workmanship is positively tho best in tho city, and backed Americanism, which upholds tho up by a house of long standing and financially responsible. Constitution. Our service not equaled. "We advocate the maintenance of all American rights on land and water. "We, as loyal citizens of this country, protest against any unjust Ull Ml slander and accusations against our race by anyone or any set of men and Interests. Our forefathers, as well as we, have done and are doThat you ipent for something you did not NEED would hare itarted a ing our part toward the development and the prosperity of this, our SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this baak; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED country, and we make a united twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" stand against attempts to sow dismust be spent for somethUg yoa DO NEED. The SAVING now of the content among our people by advocating race prejudice." i dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. it HURT BV FALL. ittninKniniinitnunimt(mnMt t 50c 50c CLEANING AND DYEING CO. - The Last Dollar I I I Miss Kato Talty, who has been the guest of friends here for the summer, suffered a double fracture of her arm last week and Is now at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. She was visiting cousins at Fifth and Court Place. Highland Park, and while descendOpen Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. 95 ing the stairs at their home missed 87 her footing and fell down the en80 tire flight. Tho injured member was m&& 80 set, but it will be some time before 80 Its use. 80 she will have DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Wigm& 80 70 KUCIIKK AND LOTTO. Friday night, September 22, a' euchre and lotto paity will be given In St. William's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak. Those acting on the committee are Mis. Monohan, Mrs. LIsh and Misses Alice Cullen, Anna Moran, Mary Lynch, Kathryn Callahan, Agnes Fallon and Cordelia Glenn. The game's will be called at 8:30 o'clock and they Invite all UPSTAIRS STORE. their friends. LONG VISITATION Rev. Syracuse, N, Very Leo Spring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. Hennessy Where tho home la JfifiBMBMBB) brightest; Where tho work lightest; Where tho meal is cooked best; Where tho range stands tho tost That's where the "Quick Moal" comes In. Quick Meal G Ranges Sold. Installed and Axman 425 W. POPULAR PRICE TAILORS Jefferson Street TRIP. T Provincial of the Franciscan Fathers, was a caller at the Bishop's houso at Sioux City on his way to Douglas for his anFather Leo was nual visitation. for years pastor of St. Anthony's church on West Market street, and It Is expected he will stop here before returning East. MAKE INSPECTION TRD7. Gen. Michael Reichert and Eugene McCarthy have been making a lour In the Interest of the Uni- Groullch, .t Where the Quick Meal Comes In fyalffSiB Where work la quickly done; Whoro cooking seeau real fun; Whore baking gives delight; Whero dradgo la out of sight That's whore the "Quick Meal" comes in. Illfihly Reoomm.aded GEHEK Si SON, ss IT ALWAYS PURE. AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. team-mate- s. er AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES double-- Chawk & Smith Auto Co. jtTjKk headers FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. 4nmtMnnniiiantmtiuinuKunnuH CO. F5lJlN S GHILDERS ELECTRIC OLDBARBEE . JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. 6. 1 Hill M?Hi 1 ij I r Off K. J ' V