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VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916. were astray and were given "a house we had made, and In it food for some days, and plowed land for their planting." In many such ways did tho Franciscans labor fdr tho temporal as well as spiritual welfare of the natives. Ho tells of tho difficulties and sufferings of the religious from the sorcerers of the people. He relates tne story, too, of how peace was made between some Christian tribes PRICE FIVE CENTS. BITTER REPUBLICANS Not I ally Encouraged Over the Itcvciit Maine Election IHIUOHNLW COXVHNTIOX. Feeling Against Discriminatory day for the Hibernians of Kentucky, the occasion being the twenty-fourt- h anil Bulldozing Tactics of biennial State convention of England. the order in this city. Delegates JAoyd George Admits Stealing of American Merchants' and visitors from Covington and Ashland arrived early at St. Patrick's Hall, where they were greeted by the Ladles' Auxiliary and the Conspicuous In the local divisions. throng were tho Chaplain, Father Cronin, County and Father McCaffrey, of Covington, State Chaplain, who extended an Irish welcome and glad hand to all. State President JaniPs McBreen, of Covington, called the convention whole-soule- d Last Sunday' was an auspicious Itcsults. Three Cornered Fight For Control Between Hughes, Roosevelt and Bosses. Former Kentucky Republican Sore at Dictatorship of Hert. JUNIORS WANT SCHOOL CONTROL Business Secrets. Henry Watterson Depicts True Feeling Between America and England. HE PREDICTS WAR WITH US .: The statements given out by tho Following the wave of IndignaRepublican Campaign Committee in tion which swept over this country regard to the election in Malno beagainst Great Britain when the ing a criterion for tho coming Nopatriots were murdered conies Irish vember election can bo taken with a real bitter feeling against that a grain of salt,, as they are intended peoGovernment, and the American to bolster up the faithful, who AUXILIARY COOXVKNTION. ple are becoming more and more have become more down in tho the committee; thai the Secertary aroused. The State Department Is After attending mass at St.' Pat- mouth as the campaign of Hughes of federation bo instructed to furanxiously awaiting the British reply Leading political rick's church last Sunday delegates progressed. nish the mailing Ustjof all women's to the American protest against the and visitors to the State conven- critics, men that are neutral, still organizations affiliated with federaunlawful seizure of United States tion of the Ladies' Auxiliary assem classify Maine as a doubtful Stato tion; that a lecture circuit bo armalls on tho high seas, and when bled in the beautiful auditorium of In tho coming Presidential race and V' ranged without expense to federathat reply Is received action will St. Patrick's new school. The con- at the same time call attention to of on the statement tion to further tho Objects of the be taken vention was called to order by Miss the fact that Maine's electoral voto David Lloyd George to tho English Campaign of the Rev. Peter 13. Women's department' Has Proudly Proclaimed Her Mary Corcoran, County President, of only six will hardly cut much Mrs. Helen M. Hanoy and Mrs. Parliament that the British War the figure in tho result. This was of Louisville, who welcomed Dictz Rewarded With Dcht to Friars and Their Department was furnishing to other Sara Conboy presented the resoluvisitors and presented the gavel to probably the first ray of comfort In departments of the British Governtion to the Executive Board. The Success. Work. the State President, Miss Lula Mur- tho Republican camp sinco Hughes plea was made by Mrs. Conboy and ment the information obtained from Rev. Father camo out with his dampening phy, of Covington. Inspection States of United CONNELLY, WM. J. It received the unanimous support the McCaffrey. State Chaplain, openeu speech of acceptance, and the G. O. Engof the Executive Boajrd with the malls and other countries. State President of Hibernians. the meeting according to the ritual P. is determined to make the most land, It Is charged, has been hiding Catholic Federation Inaugu- msirucuon mat me .oepariment ue The Fransciscan Missionaries of In honor of St. Brlgid, tho opening of it, but it is evident that the men acjurisdiction of the placed under the behind the cloak of concerted k to order, and when Secretary ode being sung by all, Miss Mary behind tho gun really do not think rates a Department For New Mexico and Their Social Service Commission, of which tion with the Allies In dealing with at the piano. so much of tho result, judging from had read the call Father McGoerlng presiding attempt- Caffrey offered the prayer. When Bishop Muldoon Is Chairman, and the American Government, "Women. Accomplishments. After the naming of tho Credentials the frantic efforts they are making ing to explain her procrastination the Credentials Committee reported that the committee proceed to elect Committee a short recess was taken, to get the public to warm up to in meeting American demands as the President named tho various its officers. ffc during which a session of tho State tho candidacy of Hughes, and as necessary because of her obligation committees. To further the SBjects of the some one remarked the other day Tho resolutions passed Board was held. to consult the other parties inter- by the preceding State convention Is departmento'speclar candiof Maine was voting Placed Under the Juriscietion Women'scourse on impractical social Translated Memorial of Beuavi- - Upon reassembling the reports re- dates and that votefor localnot bo or service ested with her. were reaffirmed. There were no could the State officers were read and ganization work forewomen has Of course this weak explanation grievances to report, and the good of the Social Service des Draws Attention to counted as an Indorsement of ceived with applause. The commitbeen arranged will not bo satisfactory and It Is work of the Ladles' Auxiliary was at the American tees reported in order and changes Hughes. Commission. Them. up to this Government to let Great commended Academy of Christian!' Democracy, The fight for control in the Reand promised united recommended by delegates from JefHot Springs, N. C.fto begin SepBritain understand that action will support. The convention concurred ferson and Boyd county were unani- publican party will not down and tember 20, and to continue In ses take the place of words unless In the action of the national conadopted. The Louisville it is being shown in the conduct mously sion for twelve wejks. Catholic there Is an early stoppage of her vention urging support of the CathAuxiliary reported a marked In of the campaign. Chairman Wilillegal and bulldozing procedures. olic press and reaffirmed Its ap- DISHOP MULDOON IS CHAIRMAN young ladies wishinfcto, b,ecome LABORED FOR WELFARE NATIVES crease In membership and finances cox is a close friend of Hughes and leaders of organizatloawork may It Is said that the United States proval and indorsement of the Kenand stands the banner division In was selected by him in opposition Bjjifv'nfddfesslng secure particulars Government Is in possession of In- tucky Irish American. Kentucky. Rev. Father Cronin ap- to the wishes of Crane, Barnes, prove that the Rev. Peter EJDDietz.VIHot formation to The election of State officers bepeared at this Juncture and was Penrose and tho Old Guard. Their First The British Government ing the next order, the following One of the great achievements springs, in. u, mveiTPiasQ0'i&uie proudly, uro- - given a cordial welcome, the ladles loud grumbling at the failure of tho California has itStlve,malls has were the unanimous choice: by delaying American expressing their gratitude for his Hughes speaking tour compelled of the New York convention of the educational, charital 2lahTied Iicr, debt Hetty. jjymrni8i'u;uB6i,ueirJ to the friars, who manv courtesies. The election of Hughes and Wilcox to select A. T: prevented the consummation of President William J. Connelly, Pnthnlln ETwlornHnn wna' thn nnt.nnl industrial, morality iumous cnain oi State-- officers passed without a con:" Hert, of local fame, as Vice Chairr, problems will be th business transactions by American Louisville. j ', firms so that British subjects might befngclibsentd' Unah.f .ITertt'eiiiSfialose. f fitmd o"f JSrcsldent Jphiu . Russell, inauguration,Aofap"ecialJJMepa.rJb.Lci"4tiy w' seize the buslneis. Covington. Fairbanks, and he Is representing names which they still bear. Monu- serve for two years: Second The British War Office comblna- Secretary Joseph. T. Broderlck, woman's question was a source of GOLDEN JUBILEE. President Miss Lula Murphy, the ments have been erected to them through its censorship of the malls Covington. irritation and agitation in federatlon above referred to. Both facAnd books have been written of Covington, purhas gathered for British governarrange them. Monday evening final Treasurer H. T. McGllnchy, Ash- tion. Attempts to form a separate Vice President Mrs. Katherine tions are working at cross poses and a big split is sure to refailed re ments for tho celebration of tho have viedCatholic and mental departments trade informa- land. federation of women paying tribute to them, Salmon, Newport. In tion that is of use to the British Chaplain Rev. T. J. McCaffrey, peatedly. At the Toledo convention golden jubilee of St. Charles the and but lately was there completed lung, sult before tho campaign goes much Secretary Miss Bertha On the other hand tho Government and its subjects in car- Covington. in 1916 the Rev. Peter E. Dletz farther. Louisville. the "The Mis rying on a commercial warfare with Father Mc- started a campaign for a regular Great Benevolent Society were made sions great historic work, of CaliforWhen called upon Treasurer Mrs. Mary Buruis, smoothest politician In tho lot, and Missionaries Roosevelt, Is planning to kill off the United States. Caffrey lesponded with a brief ad- woman's session as a permanent and the programme will be as folAshland. As the camThird This commercial warfare dress that made a deep and lasting feature of federation conventions. lows: On Sunday, September 1, the nia," appropriately written by a Tho officers were installed by the both at one swoop. could not be waged except by In- Impression upon the audience. He There was a favorable response, members will meet in a body at friar, Zephyrin Engelhardt, which Past State President, Miss Fannie paign progresses ho will becomo preserve for tho future Ameri- Kennedy, and the convention admore and more bitter in his tirado formation thus obtained, and the then Installed the officers who will but much latent suspicion lest the St. Martin's school hall at 6:30 and will people the story of .heir la journed to meet in Covington constitute a servo until 1918, when the conven- movement should again stress sep- march to St. Martin's church, can then ho in of tho methods employed bors. inwhere they will attend the solemn violation of comity as well as of the tion meets in Covington. A vote of aratist tendencies. Ho was session will declare that he is for war right During the 1918. That other States have memorials that followed Irish social songs Postal Union's regula- thanks was given the retiring offi- structed by the woman's session, high mass and receive holy comUniversal were off tho reel In the event Hughes 13 tho by Miss elected. This will frighten tions. cers for the efficient manner in however, to appoint a committee of munion In a body. A special musi- of tho missionary Franciscans as In sung by special request as those of Ada Conklln, Past State Secretary, peace advocates away from Hughes unique blacklist which they conducted tho affairs seven women British Fourth The to prepare a pro- cal programme has been arranged teresting and not so widely known. and Miss Mary Goerlng, and the and result in his defeat, just what was based largely upon information of the society. When the conven- gramme for the New York conven and the choir has been augmented California Is by members of the Concordia Sing In that territory where now our Star Spangled Banner" was sung Teddy planning for. With is taken from tho malls on the high tion adjourned the delegates and tion. Sunday afternoon at American soldiers are stationed, and by assembly. seas and diverted to Kirkwall. The guests repaired to the spacious dinfor Hughes beaten he will chaso tho While waiting This committee arranged a ses ing Society. combination British assumption that by enter- ing apartment of St. Patrick's Hall sion of women for Tuesday morn 2:30 solemn vespers will be cele- still farther to the north, did tho the Hibernian convention to adjourn ing British Jurisdiction that nation and partook of a substantial repast ing, August 22, the third day of brated at St. Martin's church and sons of the Poverello of Asslssl the d State Board held out of the party, assume control and has a right to apply the censorship prepared for them by the Ladles' the convention. The day was in- Rev. Father Cletus, rector of the three hundred years ago travel in a meeting and appointed Mrs. K. grab the nomination in 1920, Any knows that is a dishonest assumption, as the Auxiliary, whose presence and affa- augurated by a special mass In tho Passlonist Monastery, will deliver their efforts for tho conversion of Salmon, of Newport, State Chair-lad- y student of politics Monday tho Indian tribes located there. But mall ships were forced to enter bility gave zest to the Joys of the Lady chapel of St. Patrick's Cathe- a sermon in English. of Irish history. On adjourn- Roosevelt Is not playing second a banquet will be tendered lately has a volume appeared telling ment of the Hibernians a grand fiddle to Hughes for tho benefit of British ports by British war vessels. occasion. dral. Tho meeting was called to evening officers, members and by them Hughes' success might More fuel .was added to the flame order by tho Chairman, Miss Helen to the at Phoenix Hill Park. their o tho missions established greater march to the banquet hall took place, Hughes. On In New Mexico, and now in 1920 and Teddy this week when a British torpedo where a sumptous repast, prepared mean M. Haney. From tho very start it wives gold badges attention is drawn to their work by by the best cooks of tho Jefferson is taking no chances. the waters of the boat invaded was apparent that the session would this occasion handsome violating American Chairman Cantrlll and his asPhilippines, cathedral will be presented to the following the private publication of a com- county division, was served. be fruitful of result. of the famous neutrality by holding up a Philipsociates of the State Democratic was filled with women charter members: Henry Dlcken, plete translation College Hall Adam Miller, Joseph Committee are more than pleased, pine steamer, taking both the ship's delegates an hour before the usual Frank Loeser,Henry Walter, Sr. The Memorial of Fray Alonfio de "Commissary of the Holy OfHohman and with the progress of the campaign manifesto and her passenger list. convention time. A number of objects of this society are the sup- fice and Custodian that was of tho in Kentucky and all are disposed to This will certainly call for a vigread, and port of the Catholic church and splendid papers were laugh at the claims of Vice Chairand' Conversions of New orous protest, and the suggestion with each number of the programme schoolj the assistance of Its mem- Provinces made through his superiors man Hert, who has been telling is being made that in the future the spirit and enthusiasm of the bers in case of sickness by the pay- Mexico," Wall street and tho money kings ships carrying United States malls McFaul ment of weekly sick benefits, the to the King of Spain. This memorial assembly crew. Bishops behind Hughes that Kentucky should be accompanied by one of and Muldoon and John Whalen, as payment of an amount sufficient to was prepared in 1630. would go Republican. Tho opening report Benavldcs furour warships and defy England to In President of the National Federa- defray tho member's funeral ex- nishes his striking description of tho of the campaign at Winchester was--a hold them up. The Louisville Hertion, visited tho session and con- penses and the care' of the widow people a pretty good indication of tho ald, along with other papers of the with whom he camo in contheir blessing and tributed feeling In Kentucky, real Demoand orphans of the deceased mem- tact: Tho "nations Tnrv sirlnn Iinvfl defended EnE- dwell which bers when necessary. During its cratic enthusiasm being manifested, Mexico," land's embargo on tobacco and can Lflflk Ik. m iiiiiiiB Toward the end of tho meeting career of fifty years the society has along tho road to New while the Hughes opening at Lexprobably see no wrong in robbing was struck by a expended thousands of dollars and "people very fierce, barbarous and a discordant note ington received the proverbial frost our mails, this class of which still clung duo to the careful management of untamed," who "always go totally strong opposition, despite the frantic efforts of tho sympathizers repeating the threat naked, and have no house and do movement Its officers the organization to tho delusion that the has Republican committee. Tho Old made by England that if the United though prospered until financially it is one no planting," reminding us of the was a separatist one, and treatment Guafd of the G. O. P. was conStates insists on fair natives with whom Serra dealt In no effort was spared to disabuse of the strongest Catholic organizaspicuous by its absence and tho feelthere will be no more orders for California; "the Mansa nation of was tho existing prejudice a voto ing will not down that McCulloch, tions In the city. At the banquet tho Rio del Norte." who are always ammunition. As stated before, the i J- f t forced on the issue of "separation," Monday night John B. Stark will encountered at the crossing of the Franks and their friqnds resent the bitter feeling against England is which was decisive against separa- preside as toastmaslor and the welthe dictatorship of Hert, more and more probecoming who "if they see their way, do ? river, adt '. i l l ?i $ tion. "With It the session was come address as well as the pre- all the evil they can; but if unin Republican politics. In nounced and no one realizes it more A Va journed. But the issue raised J: to the Louisville a big Democratic masentation of the badges than Editor Henry "Watterson, of come peacefully to seek a false one and entirely beside Jublliarians will be made by Presi- able all wo may glvo them somel, jority Is assured, as Congressman who says as the the purpose Qf the woman's session. dent Peter J. Hoffmann. The com- us, that t '. Swagar Sherley will receive, in adi follows in his paper: '?.. who likewise are Tho friends of the movement there- mittee in charge of the arrange- thing to eat," and sowing; the many dition to tho solid Democratic vote. "Outside a few Anglomanlacs I i Independent fore promoted the plan for another ments consist of Clem J. Schlldt, naked and do no Mexico proper, of i 99 per cent, of the around about Boston England as day, at which Henry Bosse, Adam. Miller, Steven tribes of New session on the same voto, and many of the solid RepubEngland has no friends in tho was again delib- J. Schadeler, Mace Goss, John B. various character, living mainly in tho original plan lican business men of tho district United States and deserves none. houses of erated and brought to a definite Stark, Jr., H. Brinkhaus, John Dodt, pueblos and In stories and adobe will support Sherley in preference Nor is there any love for us among someLARRY DOYLE. Messmer, B. W. Obermeler, C. Lelsman, J. (one and two Archbishop purpose. to Major Owens, tho man of many tho English. The ruling caste in times three and four stories In Chicago's MWMBMWHHMMaaMMMMMMMMtMl Infield star crippled nftir nn address to tho assembly, Bredemann, W. P. McDonoph. parties. Nathan Kahn for Police England is our enemy. If there is heights); and finally of the "huge seven moved that tho committee of Court 'Prosecutor, Will Perry for over another great war, as, pray and out for season. nation," which surrounds all LEE MAGEE. Apache be continued, that it be empowered Stato Senator, Clay Hall for Police TOOK IN SIGHTS. God, there may never be, it will dwelling in pueblos, the nations Batting strongly for the New Court Clerk and J. J. Johnson and PLAY. in wnrlr nut a resolution emooayiuB CHAMPIONS bo between the United States and AMATEUR who are "a people very fiery Ben Beckmann for Councilmen of the sense of the present deliberaEngland. Thomas Howard, Jr., and Walter and bellicose, and very crafty In York American baseball team. The Knights of Columbus team, tions, and that it present this reso- Cheap, of Ashland, who were dele- and the First and Second wards should "Away back in tho seventies of in war," and who "do not dwell GEORGIA'S DISGRACE. run right close to Congressman the last century, nigh on to fifty pennant winners in the Twin City lution to tho Executive Board for gates to the A. O. H. State conven- settlements nor in houses, but in Sherley. years ago, a young Kentuckian, T.nncriiB and local amateur cham ratification. This motion of Arch"from further The State of Georgia pions, will meet' the amateur cham bishop Messmer was carried into tion hero, remained this week to tents and huts,"to moving range, It has been commented upon In writing from .onaon to mo mountain to its disgrace and ignominy these columns from time to time take in the State Fair and ball mountain range pions of Cincinnati next saturaay execution. of tho - added susMr. Howard Tuesday by electing Tom Watson's concerning tho present mode exof afternoon at Eclipse Park, the The committee met on Wednes-h.- v cames at Eclipso Park. predicts that RPPltlnc came, which Is their feeling everywhere manifest, tpnnncn." Amone these various candidate In the Gubernatorial selecting members of tho Board of innrnlncr and drafted tho fol Is a great ball fan and claimed in a burst of extreme dis- game being a preliminary tq me game and will lowing resolution: "We, the under- Louisville will win ino pennant in peoples the missions were estab primary for Governor on the Demo- Education, tho two or three candl-dtagust of the nouveaux riches among this nomination cratic ticket, Owner signed committee, representing the tho association, while as au ad- lished. were boot- be called at 1:15 o'clock. selected by a few and the pubhis .countrymen who ho hopes subIn nil those Dlaces where sucn usually being equivalent to election. lic having no voice. Another class licking the British lion and cooling Wathen, of the Louisville club, has women's session, respectfully scope mirer of John McGraw to win out for tho Now York Giants establishments were made were the The nomineo is Hugh .Oorsey, the aro now planning to select tno their heels in the outer rooms of kindly donated the use of tho park mit that: Owing to the wide in prosecutor of Leo Frank, instructed whom school candidates for the voters, the to free to the amateurs, for which lie of work for women In federation, in a whipping finish in the National. Indians not alone Legation after invitations the after Junior Order having issued a cirof every and the many possible features of Both left Thursday on tho boat for Christian doctrine but to read and Watson's followers lynched is my ambition to lead should have tho thanks Court. 'It respect- Cincinnati, to remain there a day or write and to play on Instruments the court trial. There are seve cular from tho pen of William S. e cavalry lover of the great national pastime. a woman's department, wo a column of coof counties In Georgia where 44 going home. two before and sing, and In "all the trades Markolf, a local leader, in which that across Trafalgar Square, up to the In return It can be said more tho fully ask the endorsement and of the people can neither read ho states that the Junior Order will ball operation of tho Executive Board civilization." Like a refrain does Haymarket and through Piccadilly Twin City League creates twenty-seve- n counties suporvlse tho work of the different fact run or write; CONSECRATION. the statement of this corner, camping fans than any other source, the of tho Catholic Federation in tho to Hyde Park through the whole report of where 50 per cent, can neither read school boards, and as tho circular oi at the Sunday frames in formation of a department, around Rotten Row and watering In his Ignorant giving a clear insight the Serpentine, thence to show these Shawnee Park outdrawing all other women as a unit in federation; R. The consecration of Msgr.ofPhillip Benavldes,policy of tho friars. Among or write. Watson and control the reads "suggest orasendorse suitable A. P. A. followers McDevitt, Bishop-elepersons to serve candidates for Into tho and ' Some amateur that a department of women be varmits a thing or two.' committee will take place next Thurs- the Teoas nation we also read that btato, a convent inspection bill be- the board." Thus with the kind exaggeration may be forgiven a camps combined, many of the Klrls hereby created; that the with the day in tho Cathedral of St. Peter "the land is very fertile because a ing passed recently by the Legisla- consent of the few gentlemen who i niitalltr nftllnnr ami Tl. and women attending because of of seven be continued In the select the present board aad the oy me Paul at Philadelphia. Arch- religious has brought it water for ture at Watson's command. its membership; trlotlc. But, truly, when the oldest the good order preservea on this power to enlarge the Bulletin, un- and St. Prendergast event of Dorsey's election It is sup- Junior Order patriots the publie will and Bishops the irrigation of its bishop uu rules of the league. Later that a section of of ub reaas icn a suuyie, uu and touching statement ae that quoted elase naturally becomes devotees of der the head of Woman's Depart- Fitzmaurice and McCort will con- - I Ami in tho TTnmaa nation all the posed Catholics Georgia.Jews will be I not have to worry in making their choice in the school election. Indians were gathered together that driven out of ment, be placed at thejllsposal of 'duet the ceremonies. ! like varying the 'to the Ecllpte Park league conteata. above, he Mb "lJSIp MMh. and tho then heathen Navahos before tho mission altar, leading to tho conversion of the pagan chief. It is one of the most interesting anecdotes of the whole narration. This memorial of Benavldes, It should bo known, is to quote Charles F. Lummis "one of the scarcest of all Americana. A copy volume, of tho thin, parchmented printed in 1630 and of only 104 pages, is worth its weight In gold." In the time of Its appearance It received much attention and was speedily translated Into four other languages than the original Spanish. Its translation into English Is most welcome, because of this fact, and because of the Insight it will glvo American Catholics of the labors of their missionaries and the part these men played in the upbuilding of this country. Their efforts are DELEGATES TO THE MEXICAN AND AMERICAN COMMISSION, too often forgotten, especially by Standing left to right S. Bansall, Secretary of Statd Lansing, E. Arredondo and Dr. Rowe. Seated those of their own faith. C. B. of C. V. left to right J. R. Nott, Judge George Gray, Franklin K. Lane, Louis Cabrera, Ignaclo Bonllla and ( Alberto J. Panl. 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SEPTEMBER 16. 1916 , The London Times In an article practically confirms the report of our correspondents on the ground ns to the spread of the Sinn Fein instead oi movement In Ireland, executions and prisons arresting the revolutionary movement they tho have only served to Increase number of rebels. The Times reports carefully on tho seriousness and extent ot the new movements Irewhich threatens to convulse land. Tho observer notes the substitution in many counties of the for the British Sinn Fein colors away with colors, of the doing English literature and tho tributes It also paid to the dead rebels. notes the virtual collapse of army recruiting in Ireland, saying that unless something Is done "It will in ho Impracticable to maintain the Held tho three Irish divisions .' really ended when the Germans and Austrinns cleared the Russians out of PoIandp nn(1 out of somo hun. dre(jB of squaro mnes of RUsgia and for want of somothlng t0 (lo began 0 Ul0 weatern front tho fight for Verdun. CUT THEM OUT. There should be no private profit directly out of war. All armor factories and munition plants necessary for the country's defense should be owned by the Government. Tho Columbian is right in insisting that no firm should have an Immediate pecuniary inteiest in promoting conflicts among .nations. made "With tho dally papers leporting automobile accidents every issue, BALKY MULES. It would seem that, with all our efficiency, we have not arrived at any marked degree ot safety as far as that means of transpoitation is concerned. The congregation of Holy Trinity church at St. Matthews is making extensive preparations for a grand -15 ri Miss AVillie O'Connell, of country fall festival to bo held r has as her guests Misses Tuesday, September 19, afternoon Helen and Thelma McCann, of and evening, In the spacious .basement ot the new church. Besides euchre and lotto at 2:30 and 8 Mrs. J. T. Lai kin, of Frankfort, o'clock and the usual refreshments, was this week the guest of her will bo special games to furODHJrS daughter, Mrs. Clint Koerner, Ivan-ho- c theio genuine amusement alike for nish Couit. old and young. From 5 o'clock on the ladles 'will serve an excellent Misses Lottio and Isabelle Mur- warm supper. Admission will be week-en- d phy have returned from a Tho people of Holy Trinity free. visit to Mrs. George Robinson In most cordially Invite city their Corydon, Ind. friends to attend this festival. Misses Dora and Nellie Barrett PADUCAIL hopeless. and Mr. and Mrs. James Dougherty were last week guests of Miss Foley Offlceis wero elected for the enat Pewee Valley. THE (JHEAT AVAK. suing year by the Knights of Columbus of Paducah as follows: Miss Grand Knight, John H. Lehnhard; Mrs. E. J. O'BiIen and Fifteen nations are now Involved Edith Malone will return today Deputy Grand Knight, Charles in the great war. That number from Bay View, where they spent Gockel; Secretary, A. H. Meyers; The may be increased any day. tho summer months. SAA'AGAR SHERLEY, Treasurer, C. M. Hand; Chancellor, war fever shows no sign of abating William Buhlinger; AVarden, II. M. Democratic Nominee for Congiess. Lee Amshoff enter- Budde; Advocate, AV. J. Bass; InMiss Rose and apparently each nation is as a AVILLIAM A. PERRY, CLAY HALL, eager for the conflict as when It Tuesday afternoon at his home. tained with to farewell party before side Guard, J. C, AVatkins; Outside DemocraticNATHAN KAHN, returning the Sacred Heart Guard, J. E. Kcegan; Trustee for Nominee for Prosecuting Democratic Nominee for State Sen- - Democratic Nominee for Clerk of first began. Roumanla has at last 2315 Duncan street, surrounded uy Academy on Monday. Attorney Police Court. Police Court. ator Thirty-eight- h District. three years, J. B. Quinlan. The Inhis children, Alderman Barney succumbed and has joined the Campbell. stallation will be held October 1. John B and WJlllan, B Mrs. S. 'AV. Boardman, of HOG Paducah What Justification allied forces is one of the , ,.. auu South Seventh street, has returned strongest Council "" "M" .. ....,j and most progressive in ior ner eimuiite, ouiomc ui um Margaret H. Campbell. " The" do Kentucky. own selfish ambition and fancied ceased was an Irishman of tho old ' month visiting friends. THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE anu Interests, there may bo It Is hard bchooi geniai, inuusuious MOTHER JUBILEE ANGELA'S Miss Marguerite Donovan, of Jef- ",ld t0n"',Bt . a passive She remained to see. o,otntnr .li.rlnp- tlio whnlA Tlnlk.an uuuiy uown, ireiunu, eigniy years lersuuviue, withiiuiiitj brother, ..pemuiiK Last Thursday Mother Angela ... .."""""" two weeks is her .uier Patrick '?1? .. ,. .c Sweeney, Superior of Cardome en- "bo, lie came 10 war while her neighbors were ew urieans in Donovan, in Indianapolis. Academy at Georgetown, celebrated From there he went to gaged in deadly combat. One would 1849. the fiftieth anniversary of her enthe Mrs. John P. Hanley, Crescent the Cincinnati, engaging In to plasterthink that having overcome life. into reliigous INCORPORATED ing business, and camo Louisville Hill, has been spending the week In trance festivities were simple, Tho owtemptation on that occasion, she In 1850 with his two visiting Mrs. J. James Jubilee the ill health of Mother Frankfort, WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. ing to would consistently follow out her Patrick and Richard Bannon, and Darnell and the Misses Nell. Angela, and consisted of a Jubilee assisted in plastering the Cathedral But the course of Bishop by mass, presided over Several years Mrs. Thomas D. Clincs, Audubon Brossart, following which there was die Is now cast and for good or ill of theheAssumption. tho Kentucky organized later Park, entertained last evening in lf Bhe has now definitely ranged Wall Plaster Company and at the honor of Mibs Gertrude McCrann, a quiet observance of the jubilee by the convent. on the side of the Allies. time of his death was President of of Omaha, wjio is visiting Misses her sister reliigous inbeen Superior Mother Angela has the concern and also head of B. J. Aline and Bessie Hannan. ot Will this fresh accession of the Cardome Academy at regThis advance display of Silk Weaves will give many ideas as what to wear and Campbell & Sons, contracting plasstrength be able to turn the intervals for the past twenty-terers. He took much interest In the materials, best suited to the garment. There is a most interesting variety in both Cllnes ular years, and during that time Misses Mary and Anna to the side of the allied public affairs and served as a gave a "600" party Thursday night five weaves and colors. Here are specifically mentioned some Silks in complete lines: Hibernian member of tho Board of Council-me- n at their home on South Sixth street, thousands have passed under , her forces? The Boston care. Kind and sincere, under Mayor Baxter. The sees no reason for coming to such the honor guest being Miss Cath- she is beloved hearted Crepe de Chine, by nuns and pupils Georgette and Lunette Crepes Avill again Good width. took place morning a conclusion. Most people who do from St. Cecilia'sThursday of which erine Vowels, of Middlesboro. alike; and many a fervent prayer heavy quality in n full line of autumn colors; lead the mode, and these are shown in every church arises that she may be spared many not stop to consider thought that he was one of the pioneer members, conceivable color; 40-, . .$1.75 width; yard... .$2.00 per yard Miss Virginia Watson was host she when Italy entered tho war the and was the largest seen In the Thursday evening and on Saturday more years to continue the work past has done so efficiently for the Chiffon Taffeta in an unusualy soft finish, Gros dc Londres will again be much fabalance was already turned and AVest End in recent years. Miss Grace AVatson entertained in half century. Last May Mother honor of their guest, Miss Anna Angela was stricken with appendivored, and a splendid quality in a 'complete and one yard wide. This special quality is that It was only a question of a NEAV ALBANY. Cassilly, of St. Louis. . citis, and was operated upon. Due Avidth) is shown in forty different shades; priced color assortment . short time when the Central Powto her advanced l ago her recovery $1.09 at $2.00 priced ers would be forced to give way. Miss Irma Lyons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Toler, of has been slow, but for the past But Italy has been an active factor Capt. John ,J. Lyons, Democatlc Evansvllle, wore the Sunday guests few weeks she has been able to In the war for over a year and County Chairman In New Albany. of Mr. and Mis. T. E. Burnett, 114 make lcgular visits to the comyoung from here left there are no signs that It has made and a prominent and popular Evans-vlll- e Roberta avenue, and Cincinnati and munity room, where her presence woman, left this week for to visit friends . In has always been as a ray of any appreciable .difference to the to enter tho Convent of the Indianapolis. Teutonic armies. Ready in advance of the fast coming chilly nights are splendid New Blankets in .Poor Clares. The determination of Miss Kate Talty, who suffered a Can a small power like Roumanla Miss Lyons to enter the convent PLAY TWO DAYS. a variety sufficiently wide to meet every preference for quality and price. Evesy Blanwas not Sts. Mary effect what Italy has failed to do? ily and known outside of her fam- fractured arm and Is at expects to the announcement that she and Elizabeth Hospital, ket was chosen for its inherent goodness, and you may rely upon any selection for A euchre and lotto AVe think not. The Bulgarians, had left home for that purpose was be able to leturn to the home of paity two days'given by the ladles will be plenty of cozy warmth. with some help from the Germans received by her friends with sur- her aunt, Mrs. John Mullaney, the of St. Patrick's parish at the old and Austrlans, will In the near prise. Miss Lyons, who had lived first of next week. school hall, Thirteenth and MarScotch Plaid Blankets, made of White Blanket in single bed size, her life in ket, next Monday and Tuesday, affutuie fight a battle on Roumanian all of known amongNew Albany, peo-is extra fine selected avooI, are priced, per widely in colored borders; young the soft quality, to be had Mrs. George Ruppel, Mrs. James ternoon and evening. Games will of ple of the city. Receiving her early soil and the high hopes $8.00 McGee and the latter's two little be called at 3 and 8 o'clock, and a $6.50 pair per pair will suffer eclipse. Tho education at Roumanla the Holy Trinity daughters, all of Lexington, are chill supper will be served at 5. Wool Blankets with pink, bluo prowess . aro parochial school, she entered the here on a visit as the guests of Mr. Each day there will be a coupon friends of German Plaid Blankets in colors that are or old rose borders. Each Blanket from and Mrs. James D. Duane, of AVest prize of ?2.50 In gold. Everybody undismayed. AVe continually hear New Albany High School, bound in ribbon; can be used in which institution she graduated in St. Catherine street. Avashable; size 70x80 inches; priced, per Is invited and asked to bring their growing 1909. On account of her unusually aie that the Allies $12.50 $7.50 pairs, or single; per pair friends with them. pair stronger and the Central Powers bright, Jolly disposition, none ot her A pretty marriage took place sus- Tuesday morning at St, Joseph's acquaintances Sutb CATHOLIC ADMIRAL. weaker. Such Is not the case. The friends and Rear Admiral AVilliam S. Benson, In pected that she ever had cherished church, when Charles AV. Pero led Allies aro growing weaker, a desire to become a nun. to the altar Miss Lorena Ohlman, Chief of Naval Operations with rank fact they have shot their bolt. Both have a host of friends who ex- of Rear Admiral, has been promoted Recruiting in Ireland has ceased MADE FRIENDS HERE. to the rank of Admiral in accordtend their congratulations. altogether. Canada Is now sending ance with the provisions of the Miss Ada Mrs. Emma Mattlngly and grand- naval bill which .President Wilson fewer and fewer recruits to tho former State Conklin, of Latonia, a President of the Hiber- children, Misses Louise Hanlon, signed August 29, This will give The Australians aro dis- nian Ladles' Auxiliary, made many Mary Long Hanlon and Master Patfront. hm the same rank as Admiral gusted at the Dardanelles fiasco. friends while here as the guest of rick Hanlon, who Have been spend- Dewey, tho only two officers of the Miss Mary Corcoran. cottage at United States navy who enjoy the Miss Julia ing the summer at their TO England can spare no more men. that high Sh neds them at home for her Hession, 2114 AVest AValnut, enter- AVequetonsing, Mich., returned home distinction of having tained for her Monday night, and Saturday. rank. As Chief of Naval OperaLouisville Cup, Two Miles, Saturday, September 23 munition factories and tor the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keenan gave tions Admiral Benson holds one of Big Feature, must go on to an elaborate dfinner in her honor enterprises which Sister Alexia, Superioress of St. the most Important positions under Lowell, Mass., the Government, as he has to do Michael's Convent, maintain her commercial standing. before her departure for home. INAUGURAL HANDICAP, OPENING FEATURE, MONDAY, SEPT. 18 and Sister Dolorla, directress of with the assignment and movement 'France has her last men in tho EUCHRE AND LOTTO. BEECHMONT STAKES, LADIES' DAY. TUESDAY, SEPT. 26 Ho music, have returned to their mis- of all the ships of tho navy. line. Russia has shot her bolt and sions after being the guests ot their is one of the best known and most Is still outside even Lemberg. A euchre and lotto will be given parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O'Sulli-va- popular of all our Catholic officers Greatest Horses in Brilliant Events every afternoen. Spectacular Turf Sports on. MTNo; the Allies are whipped. They next Friday afternoon and evening of Seventh street, during the ill both arms of the service, and iTft've faUd to break through. They for St. 'AVIlliam's church, Thirteenth summer months. Is also a moat active Knight of the most extensive of Kentucky's Racing Plants. and Oak, the ladies of the parish He is a native of GeorColumbus. hosisg belag First Race 2:15 P. M. Admission $1 50. Ladies $1.00. is ill continue to fight, in charge. GaniM will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Connor gia, and will retire on account of war was called at ,2:30 and 8:15 o'clock, agalnat kope, but th JQHN HACHMEISTER, Gtmcral Manaflcr. aie the guests of Mr. O'Connor's age on September 23, 1917. McKenna. Jeffer-sonvill- e, tho Catholic Advance one of strangest and most Inexplicable tho facts in the history of human conduct is tho tondency to dogmatize by in matters of religious belief those who know little or nothing on the grave subject. They usually glean from desultory leading some vague notions of what they think religion Is or ought to be and are satisfied that they have in their shallow heads knowledge which tho ablest minds in every century have spent years in acquiring. They may be compared to those who believe they have knowledge of medicine by reading patent mediclno almanacs or Mrs. Eddy's guide to health. If they got sick they have sense enough possibly to send for a doctor and rely upon him for their recovery. Not so in religion, they know it all and no professional in tho great science can teach them anything. Like balky mules they and are stick to their fallacies '"to The Georgia convent inspection law shows a condition in tho Southland that is far from oi editable. Bigotry always thrives on ItAKNKY CAMPHKIjIj PASSES. Bainey J. Campbell, Sr., one of Louisville's most widely known and highly respected Irish citizens, Richard Constantino has returned passed peacefully into eternal rest from Fairfield, after spending tho summer with Mr. and Mrs. Stafford mother, Mrs. George O'Connor, at her home in Fort Plain, N. Y. Mr. September 22 Euchre and lotto, O'Connor is a former resident of Fort Plain, has traveled extensively St. William's school hall. September 22 Euchro and lotto In this country and abroad, and years has been conparty for benefit of St. William's for twenty-fiv- e l. nected with tho church, Thirteenth and Oak. 7 Lawn fete for September many In the presenco Church of Our Lady, on church and relatives Miss of Mary friends Rachel and Itudd. grounds, Thirty-fift- h O'Bryan, daughter of September 28 Euchro and lotto, Philip O'Bryan, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. and Edward St. Augustine's Hall, 1308 West H. Mattlngly wero married Tuesday Broadway. morning at St. James church, Rev. October 12 Euchro and lotto by Father AVillett performing tho cereYoung Ladles' Sodality of St. Ann's mony. The couple aro now spendchurch, in school hall, afternoon ing their honeymoon in. the and evening. October 19 Lotto by St. ElizaMEN'S MISSION ISEGINS. beth's Auxiliary, Knights of St. John, at Utopian Hall. The women's mission which was October 24 Euchre and lotto at St. Louis Bertrand's given by Holy Rosary Academy In given school hall, afternoon and evening. church this week will end tomorrow afternoon with services at 3:30, when tho Papal blessing will be given to all who have attended at least one exerciso for five days J and worthily received atthe sacraments and who unite the close in saying some prayers for the intention ot the Holy Father. The women's mission was well attended re- - both morning and evening Miss Mary Brannigan has and has turned from New York. set a high mark of attendance for the men to equal. The men's misMiss Annabel Cox has returned sion will begin tomorrow evening at from Benton Harbor, Mich. 7:30 o'clock,. services consisting of rosary instruction, rosary, sermon Miss Frances McCabe left and benediction. In the to icsume her studies at Naz- masses will be at 5 and 8 morning o'clock, areth Academy. witn snort instruction after the 5 a sermon after the 8 o'clock and Miss Mary Virginia Howard left mass. Confessions will bo Monday to resume her studies at beginning Tuesday afternoon heard and Oxford College. from then every morning after the masses and every evening after Mrs. Mary Scanlon was a week service. Rev. Father J. L. Finerty end visitor in Lexington, the guest and Rev. V. G. Cleary aro conductof Mrs. J. T. Shannon. ing the services." Miss Maggie Judge left Tuesday MACKIN COUNCIL. for Terre Haute, where she will spend ten days visiting. Mackln Council, Y. M. I., celebrated its twenty-thir- d anniversary Miss Mable Canty has icturncd Monday evening with it bountiful to New Haven, after a visit to her Dutch lunch and smoker, tho atmother, Mrs. James Canty. tendance being the largest of the year. The meeting was enlivened Mrs. V. Wellington and daughter by good addresses by were lecent Sunday guests of Periy Shelley, Mackln's first James J. President, Beam and family at Bardstown. and others of the "old guard." A new membership contest was Mrs. D. J. Meagher, of AVest launched, to be waged by ten teams Ormsby avenue, is visiting at Solo- of ten members each. A silver lovmon, Kas., as the guest of relatives. ing cup has been offered the team that will have the largest number Miss Catherine Vowels, of inof candidates Initiated. visiting Misses Mary itiation will take place on The first is the and Anna Clincs on South Sixth Sunday In November, when the street. class is expected to be about 150. UOMING EVENTS. Courier-Journa26-2- VOTE FOR WILSONMARSHALL I SOGIETV. 4 o, Ifi y COUNTRY FALL FESTIVAL-- . J&J&T Straight Democratic Ticket. Kaufmatttratt0 40-inc- -- .. --- I I i.."'""'c'" , - !dy 'A-.- 'riS?. "'?,". half-brother- I n s, her-be- Early Display of Fashionable Silks h bal-an- co al (36-in- Blankets AplentyAll Are Reliable All-wo- ol All-wo- ol All-whi- te All-wo- ol indi-A'idual- ly ,$$ Douglas Park Fall Race Meeting! MONDAY, SEPT. IS, $4,000 TUESDAY, SEPT. 26. n, o iZlSlSr'JMJOKY RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUISVIIJL.E BY AMERICAN ELEVATOIl & : .,'.,,, IRISH j. . AJbOa&XlXOAXZ Ji t' s . - rw ,',; n m'i'Vm ja x. "' ', fr?- ' g, WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATES) 00. Zt'f ., V-- '?$$feg " ; SmNMtt Dm Goons Co iln ConnectionJWtfWames Mc Creery 5 Co. New Ybrk, Distillers Of "nOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE LonisyUle, Ky. 028 W. Main St. OLD FORTUNA SOUK MA8I1 't ' MACHINE CO. ENGRAVEKS GrXJjNT2 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY YOU SAVE AT LEAST 20 IN THIS SALE OF FURS The Most Remarkable Fur Event Ever Held in Louisville. We doubt if wc shall over be able to hold again quite io remarkable a Fur Sale as this one. A trade condition which we do not feel will vise again makes this the most extraordinary event in our experience. It is good fortune to those who arc participating in this Stewart sale. viijfwj WSUCB ENGRAVING COMl'AMf ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Kr W. Mnin St., Home Phone City 5674 H Bk B AlBi 9h vHe4 t ICE CREAiM 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6574 THOS. "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON J. BRODERIOK "All Ready for Yeur Griddle In the Morninjj" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) Xiios. H. Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY PLUMBING, GAS AND 8EWERAGK Home Phono City 439 2- -J 1000 Zano Street aw Jr " H LoulsT D. Coady SEE POOLEY FOR MONEY .CONFIDENTIAL LINCOLN'S CABIN IS SAVED FOR POSTERITY. Tho famous Lincoln cabin, birthplace df the great American, which Building has been enclosed by a memorial at Hodgenville, Ky., and now the property of the United States Government. Street 21-J. Incorporated 00. MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phono, City 7662 LOUISVILLE, KY. WM. ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR Room 1, RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY Courier-Journ- Jf you buy your Furs in the ten days remaining of this sale you save at least 20 per cent. Prices will go up Saturday night, tho 23d. The supply of choice Furs is necessarily limited, and, as the season advances, the selection will be less desirable. Now you have the choice skins from which to choose. 415 Fourth Resldenco Some ol the Sets Natural Some of the Muffs Phone, Pewce Valley Phone, City 8180. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. SHEET METAL JOS. DALY CONTRACTING PAINTER 20 DIVISION 1. West Green Street, Louisville. Ky. PEOPLES PBOVIDENT ASSOCIATION Meets Fourth Thursday, Liederkranz Incorporated. mil, sixth ana Walnut. ARTISTIC PRINTING n cltlzena was organized by President Mark Ryan. to make Vice President W. Lv Cushlng. FIRST CLASS WORK LOANS Recording Secretary Daniel McGive Tills Office Your Next Order on furniture and other personal prop- Carthy. erty at Financial Secretary 317 W. GREEN ST. Edwan LOWEST BATES. Clancy. Coleman Bids., Telephone City 946 S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Both Phones. 2886. Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. Sentinel Tim Lyons. 803 Home Phono Shawneo & CO. B. O'LEARY JOHN well-know- 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 1383-- L. MULLOY'S COFFEE Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, Inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- Lynx Set value Battleship Gray Fox Scarfs Battleship Gray Fox Muffs $G5.00, sale price $52.50. value $47.50, price $37.50. value $56.50, price $45.00. Mole Set value $72.50, sale Kolinsky Scarfs value Kolinsky Muffs value price $49.50. $135.00, sale price $108.00. $GG.00, sale price $42.00. Cross Set Fox value Sqarfs Ermine value Ermine Muffs value $79.00, $112.50, sale price $90.00. $112.50, sale price $90.00. $63.00. Ermine Set value $195.00, Poire Fox Scarfs value Poirce Fox Muffs value $35.00, sale price $27.50. sale price $155.00. Pointed Silver Fox Set-v- alue $42.50, sale price $33.00. Klondike Blue Fox Scarfs sale price $112.50, Klondike Blue Fox Muffs-va- lue value $45.00, sale price $90.00. $50.00, sale price $40.50. $34.50. A reasonable deposit will reserve your selection for you and, if you desire, subsequent payments can be made in small installments. Purchases may be stored in our fur vaults, without charge, until November 1. sale-price Some of the Scarfs DIVISION 3. HENRY GOSS Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. HOOriNO, GUTTERING, SPOUTING First and third Friday, Hibernian Home, 1818-182- 0 Portland. See us about anything in real President Lawrence J. Mackey. Repaired and Fainted Tin Roofi estate. We sell, buy and rent. Vice President John J. Riley. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Secretary John J. Financial Home Phone City 4464. 2011 Wegt Broadway, loulsville, Ky. Broderick, 1850 Portland avenue. Recording Secretary Matthew O'Brien. NEW BLEND 65c 2 1.2 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for trade with 2 2 lbs of New Blend. 10c in HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Syracuse Hihernlans are adding DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT 1 5 GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. 1 : Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s Sentinel Daniel Dougherty. M. Kalaher. Thomas Noon. JOHN. M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. I Funeral m s Director and Emhaltiier BOTH PHONES 810. I 1 SOUTHWEST CORNERSIXTH AND ZANE STS. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. The New Fall Styles are Ready. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Twenty-fiv- e nifty shapes. Bring in Langan. Recording Secretary James J. your Felt, Beaver or Velour Hats McTlghe. and have them Cleaned, Dyed and Reshaped. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Edward Byrne. Falls City DIVISION 4. Meets" Second "and FourthMondays, LADIES! 713 West Jefferson, North Side. to their building fund. Monday night a large class received the degrees at Niagara Falls. Lawrence Mackey spoke impressively and to the point in the con- ! JlL9 JUm "Delivery CALL NO. 467 BEER Sure. tS Straw Works $2 HATS AT vention. Secretary Broderick filled his place like a veteran hence his reelection. The Ancient Order of Missouri will hold tho 1918 convention in St. Louis. effectively. NONE PURER NONE BETTER Prompt I e8 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Y. M. I. President John Hennessy closely watched the proceedings and spoke 3 DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH JIACKIN COUNCIL, 205., THE BEST $1, $1.50, Meets Monday Evenings at Club Twenty-sixtHouse, 344 North President S. O. Hubbuch. M. First Vice President F. Schaad. Second Vice President R. L. h. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Scheckler. Financial Secretary, F. Recording Secretary Buckle. G. Adams. G. W. 1 BKj.ywBw3'ftW Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH IEtOrJEJS. Cumb. Main frUH 1 1 1 209S-- a Treasurer G. J. Thornton. Marshal Theo. Buckle. Insida Sentinel James Radlgan. Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. Homo City SOOS I 'M"H""W H"t 1 INI6HTS arjOLIIMilS. Late News That Will Interest Members Hero and Elsewhere. All the late ad ew Styles and ea be found bare' at reasonable firicM, Shai wvwMwwwmwuwvwwwwvmMvwwWMi 3071-HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN y J. J. BARRETT'S 50NS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. &S3 35ast: JCalsx Street. MiMMMMMUHtUiUiMUMUMMMHUMMMMUMUVmMHiHM I October 15. Denver Council recently initiated 100 and now has a class of sixty for September 24. 1 Supreme Master John H. Reddin expects a greater development of Delivery Service. There will be a big second and third degree Initiation at Cincinnati BEE OUR ADS IN THE TIMES, on HERALD AND POST. fBB nvestigate Our New Free GERMAN BANK it.B2k Lmamami Home Plion SlinwHoo 4S4 I RATTERMAN Tri CtoPpeirFo"s! M SCANNELL ryr a the national lecture plan. Interest Is visibly growing in the four diocesan retreats under the auspices of the Knights of Wiscon2 sin. In order to secure a large increase in membership at Little Rock the initiation fee has been fixed at 110. Sioux City Knights will have a parade on Columbus day, In which all organizations have been invited to join. Union Council, of Syracuse, paid high tribute to Herman Englehardt, electing him Grand Knight for tho tiW2 MMMn -- &a&83xl mm wmvamm I Independent Funeral Directors c iHKtelJjiMliMte Fiftb and Market Sts. ;mHMmcMMiitimMimiHmcH 1010 November Election 3101 WEST BROADWAY "As Near to You as tb Nearest third term. Ex-Go- v. s 11G Phone' Oar Special $3.00 Spray Our Special $5.00 Wreath Flowers Louisville. The largest v&luei in Fuse-ra- ever offered ia ?23 l both phones. For prompt delivery call jSHKTnSo muumii iu Iburth Mfraie KraDWRJIfOP mm LoulrvHSr David Walsh, of Massachusetts, will be the principal speaker at the Columbus day celeWRITE OR CALL bration at Cleveland. For designs and prices on Out-doHon. Edward G. Dunne, of Mason Religious Statues for cemeteries. Many City, Iowa, has been named as the Catholics arc beginning to realize that Idea in principal speaker at the Cincinnati this is the true Catholicof their marking the resting place loved Columbus day banquet. Our Lord. Blessed ones. Statues of Major John B. Tuck and ten Virgin, or any Saint furnished in en Bronze, aiarme, other members of the Syracuse during with pedestal to xerra uoita or Stone, match. council are with tho ' New York militia on the Mexican border. Church Goods Co. The Knights of Niagara Falls are arranging for an initiation to in129 S RDURTH AVE. crease their membership before the Columbus day celebration and ban- Rogers quet. HERRMANN BROS. CHAIIITIKS CONGRESS. IMrSRTERS VOTB FOR 1 BEN W. KLING FOR Board of Education. Economy consistent with ciency and thoroughness. cc effi- FINE WINES AND Beginning tomorrow and lasting practically throughout the week the " Dlstilleri&nd Wholesale DealFlowers telegraphed everywhere ers in Finest Barnds of Kenbiennial convention of the National tucky Whiskies, especially. HIt yoar boys as tinonVioB Xh win Congress of Catholic Charities of prepare, thim for UX. the United States will be held at Washington. Tho opening address ST. XAVIER'S COLLEOI: of the congress will be delivered by BOTTLED IN BOND. Lieut. Gov. Edward J. McDermott, 112 W, Sroaawty, SoaJarUle, Xy. 234 S SIXTH STREET of. Kentucky, and the several Louis- TklM 1943. CeaducUd br the Xaverlan Brother ville organisations will be repreClassical, Solentlflo BubIbsm and Oourses, PreFaratory Deeartment, ligt sented by John A. Doyle, President ward Bosler, of the local Cathollt of the Particular Council of the charities, and Mrs. Matt O'Doherty,' STrimntnr Pool. Well Baulpped Moaarmta. Sre. Jubm, rlr. St. Vineent de Paul Society; Ed- - President of the Queen's Daughters. . LIQUORS. President Mark Ryan is terse and technical when it comes to constitutional rulings. County Secretary Tom Langan Is not afraid to take the floor when occasion requires. W. P. McDonogh would not miss a State or county convention and Is a true Hibernian. Tom Keenan has the faculty of drawing everybody's attention when ho takes the floor. State President Connelly and Daniel McCarthy can prepare resolutions in quick time. There Is a strong sentiment for the amalgamation of the two Niagara Falls divisions. Thomas Howard, Sr., of Ashland, Was sadlv missed hv msnv nf tlio regular convention delegates. Many members will turn out in St. Michael's golden jubilee procession on Sunday, September 24. Niagara Falls Hibernians are planning for a big celebration of their silver jubilee next year. , Rev. Father Cronln sat cqmpla-centl- y in the convention. He is always happy with the Hibernians. The Colorado State convention was a cratlfvlnc siipcpsr. j. n Sullivan, of Denver, was elected state president. The Nebraska Hibernians held their convention Knn?nw in Inst Omaha, closing with a banquet at tended oy sixty. The Minnesota State convention will onen Tupsdnv mnrnlnf wtMi mass in the Cathedral, andTvlll con tinue three days. At the Missouri State convention BlsllOD Burkfl In nn lmnrAaalvn a or. mon expressed his kindly feeling for me Ancient uraer. To the Ladles' Auxiliary the Hibernians owe a lastinc debt nf gratitude. To them is largely due the success of tho convention. It is up to every member of the Order to nut his Rhnnlder in iha wheel and make State President Connelly's term a memorable one. The meeting of Division 4 Monday evening was in 'the nature of a joimication, an being pleased over the eelctlon nf will nnnnoiiv as State President. Dave Relllv. Assistant FlnnnMnl Secretary of Division A, is enjoying a weeKS vacation ana lias spent every afternoon at Eclipse Park rooting for the Colonels. Division 4 has lost three members by death in tho last two months, George Holland, Chaplain Rev. Father Keolty and Joseph Finnegan, who died Monday. Hibernians of Oswego enjoyed their annual clam bake at Brose-merLevel on Sunday afternoon. This was something that the live and well members appreciate, . 's IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, JOHN B. FRANK WALTERS' i Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 200 LOUISVIXiIiB. HBf. fiA Case ofJJGood Judgment. Order a Case f FALL CITY BEER ExtraPPale 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. Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone 1953 THE! WIEDEMANN INCORPORATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. Sold nt all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, xceJteatfeMff QRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. OLD.BARBEE The Beit Straight Whisky On Earth rv. v JNO. T BARBEE INCORPORATED 726-73- 0 & CO. IJSole OvBrii Registered I)it. No. 32 Main Office and Salesroom, West Main Street PearKof Nelsbn, FOUTV HOURS. arBma-48BwTecat- a The devotion of the Forty Hours will open with high mass tomorrow morning at St. Helen's church on the Eighteenth street road. Priests from the city will assist Father NORTON BUILDING Pfeifer, and the solemn closing N. W. Cirner Fturlh JtftcrsM services will be held Tuesday. FRED ERHART H.BOSSESON ARCHITECT ud Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CIO PKHX AViezcOa TatoakMe 122. V iSZE'XTJOJECY IRISH -- akM:3fcXOAJSr. $$K$K$$jKj afq)jajMaawMaaiWMasiaaiiajMaMMayi TWIN CITY POPULARITY CONTEST WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 VOTES FOR EACH OLD WWiiHimiHmHMM HtH)itMmMti HERMAN STRAUS SONS J r Help Send Your Favorites in the Twin Gity JLeague to This Season's 20 r t MARKET STREET WE GIVE AND REDEEM FOR EACH NEW SUBSCRIPTION. THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the TWO most popular members of the Twin City League to the World's Series with all expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. VOTE CUT OUT THIS BY BALLOT OR PAID SUBSCRIPTION. GOLD TRADING World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE $1.00 This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Mr STAMPS HERE YOU CAN FIND Per csr s Club or Position whom I consider the most popular member of the Twin City League. Knights o Columbus B. Schulte, Melcher. Frantz, Mattingly, Bohan- ivon, Ceresl. Madden, Curley, Bos- Hamilton, Ham- mcyer, Kenealy, mond, Joe Murphy, P. Weber, Cllncs. Mackln Council C. Etlers, Thorn- ton, Schieraan, II. McGrath, Morris, Warren, Lally, L. Melsner, Davis, Hafncr, Conley, Schene. Scheckler, Cronan, Atwell. Larkln, McDonough. Bertrands K. Haragon. L. Kara- gon, Finn. Wosterman, "lgglns, Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polln, Hines. Russ, House, Meagher. Car-ney. Fitzgerald, Bloomer. C. Flynn. Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett. Dal- ton, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Chester, Mclntyre, .1. Scully. E. Flynn, Henry, O'LaughHn, Flnne- - ear Women,s Ready to Wear Wash Dress Fabrics V,? ii!f7twrirTTHwiMii ii mm , ,.,. J is IIP. VENICE AIR RAIDS. gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur- To protect tho many treasures of Venice, Italian airships of the phy, C. Voss, G. KUer. type as well as aeroplanes are constantly circling about. Photo Trlnlty Council Shadburn, also shows part of tho tower of Campanile San Marco. Bosler, Bluel, KatFer Moore Spnmk( Donneliy( Sandman. D, GREAT FALIj RACES. c ummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner, Mrs. Leo Dawson, of Bullitt county, At great reductions in prices. These are all new and nranagan, J. Carraro, W. Stamme and Mrs. Prank Hill, of Memphis, Next Monday Douglas Park will Tho funeral was held MonTenn. ,uan, Schwlnd, Ncumeyer. open Its fall race meeting, which ; ; fresh goods and must be disposed of in order to make ? Ber-tranTrager. champs Hack. Gill day morning from St. Louis many continues for eight days, and Man ;; room tor stocks that will arrive soon for fall trade. church, attended by BrownfleId. otti Lleber, N. Murphy, ager Hachmeister has good reason c,eggi 0.Brlen Curran, M. Hogan, friends and former associates. to believe that all xormer records clen, Chcnoweth, McDermott. Dclenanty Jack Sneehan, Lapaille, will be surpassed. The Inaugural G. Sieger, Colenian;' OUR PRESIDENT. Orioles Kuebert, Handicap, the feature lace of the Weber, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber. E. Frank Reichert Will our country fight? 0fficersCaDt opening day of the meeting, will Pfafflnger, Soader. Koehler. Loeffler, . bteinoocK, Of Edward J. Wolfe present tho best performers ever Baumgarten, course it might McCabe. Wfcdmcir i nomas v. unuta. named In this big stako event. Next Wllllnghurst, Only for a mighty right, Relter Umpires-Al- vln Saturday tho Louisville Cup race, Wells, Mulligan, Doing for us day and .night fchott. J . Otis Logsdon, Dan Lally. at two miles for $4,000, will bring Railroads content, ter. Killoran. We have the largest selection of Chilout the stars of the turf, as will Our peace not rent also the Beechmont Stakes on Tues dren's Shoes in the city. If you want Good, Who Is the man? Our President. day, September 26, which will be FOURTEEN1H ANNUAL Solid Shoes for your boy or girl you will Last Excursion of the Season What, you say, ladies' day. Brilliant racing will be witnessed every afternoon, with find our prices most reasonable. In every way TG good fields for all events. The first Let's make him stay? race will bo run at 2:15 each day So let's have a haven, JASPER, FERDINAND Our dough let's leaven KANSAS CITV TOMORROW. November seven. S. T. BEIRNE. 1916. And Huntingburg, Ind. LOUISVILLE, SEPTEMBER 11-1- 6, Tho Milwaukee Brewers wind up SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY their 1916 season at Eclipse Park TWIN CITY CONTEST. ROUND today, being followed by Kansas WORLD'S GREATEST SADDLE HORSE SHOW City, of tho TRIP With only two moie weeks to go teams, the last open with a Western double-headwho will Daily In the popularity contest of tho Daily 'Trotting, Pacing and Running Races tomorrow, nnd another douTwin City League friends of sev- ble bill to be played Monday or CLEAN AND CLASSY MIDWAY eral of the leaders are putting In Tuesday. Many of the fans are Leaves Seventh Street Depot some good licks for their candi- not satisfied with the present gait Grand Military Pageant and Athletic Tournament If jou wunt epcit bcrvicc just call us up. AVe have never been out at 7:30 a. m. dates, the present standing jiot of the Colonels and would like to from of dyes for ono moment Miico the vnr begun and are thoroughly showing the actual work being see them pull further away hangParade For Prizes Stupendous Decorated Automobile Indianapolis, who have been equipped to handle all woik of every description. You can rest assured SOUTHERN done, as the campaign manageis are ing on like grim death for the past if you need djeing o can satisfy jou. Auto DelUcry. l'arcel Tost playing a waiting game and stoilng Great Fraternal Gathering For Friday of Fair Week Service. up a big surplus of votes for the two weeks, and if the same ratio Live Stock Thursday RAILWAY Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d final standing. Morris, of Mackln, is held until the Hooslers' visit the danger. again took another big jump, while pennant flag may be In past and Friday few Phones Main 1937, Ray Haragan, of Bertrands, and Louisville's weakness the the outfield, City 1938. $40,000 in Premiums Reduced Railroad Rates Scorer Eddie Steinbock received weeks has been In only man playbeing INCORPORATED. nice Increases, B. n. TODD, D. P. A. Kenealey, of K. of Compton game the to ing the Address W. .1. Gooch, Secretary, Suite 004, EqultnbleBnilding C, Is still tho runner up, while of the fans. Platte, the satisfaction 426 S. BOTH PHONES Killlfer, Barney Louisville, Kentucky. 2635. Fifth St. Louisville, Ky. Jack Sneehan of the Champs, Hig-giof the Bertrands and Ohlig-schlag- and Whiteman are about on a par, RECENT DEATHS. each having a consistent streak of of Trinity have many in- good and bad playing. On the JVMWtnWHMUUUUUUtWMUUUUUMUUMUMMiWM give them dividual Monday morning the funeral of scattering friends who announced be-a other hatid it is certainly hats off vote. As Joseph E. Plnnegan, of Eighth and fore, the contest will close Satur- to the infield, KIrke, McCarthy, Breckinridge, took place from St. day, September 30, and the win- Roach and Corridon being our chief BOARDING SCHOOL THE URSULINE DAY AND Louis Bertrand's church. Deceased ners will be notified Immediately pennant asset, while Billings behind thirty-eigwas born in Ireland FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN, after the result Is announced That time comes for every man. The only way to prethe the bat has made many forget both Today is years ago, but for the past three judges, whose names will boby an- demons and Severeid. pare for it is to save something out of what you earn and put CUESGENT IIILL, LOUISVILLE KY. years had been a resident of this nounced next week. The immediato "Clymer day" at the park and all city. He leaves two brothers, Pat- notice will be given for the benefit should be on hand to give our husCatalogue Sent Free. High Moral aud Intellectual Standards. it in a savinga account at interest. rick and Peter Finnegan, both of of the two winners in order that tling leader the glad hand and a KY. HEART ACADEMY, SACRED 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE, LOUISVILLE, AD0RESS: SECRETARY, Louisville. 8A.VE FOE A HOME-SA- VE they may make preparations for noisy leceptlon. FOR OLD AGE-SA- VE their trip East and the city will JEFFERSOXVJLLK.. Monday morning the funeral of bo definitely decided on then, as tho AND INVEST-SA- VE Miss Elsie Kuprion, daughter of close race between Brooklyn, PhilaFOR A BUSINESS OPENING-SA- VE ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account Jeffersonvllle Council, Knights of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuprion, 511 delphia and Boston will be settled FOR INDEPENDENCE. at Its last meeting with this safe, conservative, East Chestnut street, was held from before that time. Never in the his- Columbus, We pay 3 per cent, on savings and help you in your Investments. St. Boniface church. Her death tory of baseball has the major elected Charles M. Tracy, Grand Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more followed a ten days' illness of league races been so close at this Knight; James L. Leonard, Deputy at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 typhoid fever and was a shock to stage and this will make the In- Grand" Knight; James P. O'Nell, per cent. No cost to you whatever. Charles J. her friends. Miss Kuprion was six- terest In the series correspondingly Financial Secretary; The same courteous attention given the teen years old and was a student greater than any other, and the Heuser, Recorder; Michael A. Sause, COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. at the Ursullne Academy. She was foitunato two who go from heie Chancellor; Frank J. Braun, Treasof a happy disposition with promise with all expenses paid will be the urer; Fred A. Krupp, Advocate; Capital aud Surplus, $2,750,000. Gleason, of a bright future. envied of many. The standing to Thomas F. NIehaus, InsideWarden; Guard, Roman H. VVVVVVVVV..VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVVVVVV1VVVVVVVVVVVVV date: Though not unexpected, news of R. Haragan, Bertrands Under the Big Clock Second and Market 884 and Cljde E. Smith, Outside Guard. the death Tuesday night of Mrs. Morris, Mackin 825 State Government Supervision. DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN AGREEABLY SURPRISED. of Steinbock, scorer. .! Sallle O'Brien, beloved wife GGG Michael O'Brien, 122G West Jeffer- Kenealey, K. of C 30G The Rushvllle, Neb., correspondSpring and Summer Garments Our Specialty. son street, caused a feeling of sad- Killoran, Orioles 173 ent of the Omaha True Voice writes ness among her many friends, by J. Scully, Olympics 163 whom she was loved and respected. Hlggins, Bertrands 163 this: ago last "A Mrs. O'Brien had long been a pa- Sneehan, Champs 155 town week agreeably Saturday our surprised by was tient suffered and was prepared for Coleman, Champs 150 her call into etenal life. Besides O'Brien, Champs 123 the arrival of six Ursullne nuns Ky. Everywhere her husband she leaves a brother Ohligschlager, Trinity 105 from Louisville, nuns are meeting and two Bisters. The funeral was Dalton, Olympics 100 these cultured There will held yesterday morning from St. W. Murphy, Olympics 100 with a hearty welcome. St. Mary's UPSTAIRS STORE. In 425 W. Jefferson Street Patrick's church. 07 be five teachers R. Pontrich, Imperials grades will be Ten 90 Academy. Burns, scorer The school offers a thorEdward G. Bywater, for many B. Schulte, K. of C 90 taught. eleyears with the Stewart Dry Goods Mattingly, K. of C 80 ough training not only in the the Company, died Tuesday morning of Harrigan, Imperials 80 mentary branches but also ofin high year second pneumonia, following the amputa- Schleman, Mackln 73 first and Music will also receive spe- Where the homo tion of his leg in an effort to O'Loughlln, Olympics 72 school. IS Whero work Is quickly fflg save his life from blood poisoning. Thornton, Mackln ,..'. 70 cial attention. brightest; done; He was a well known and respected Donnelly, Trinity: 64 Whero the work NEARS FOUR SCORE. Where cooking seems 60 member of Holy Name church, Hogan, Champs lightest; real fun; 53 where the funeral was held Thurs- Cronen, Mackin .., John Ireland, Where the meal is g& riiiJiE'."! W Whero baking gives deThe Most Rev. day morning, Rev. John O'Connor Burke, Bertrands. 42 was seventy- requiem high Lally, Mackln officiating at the 32 Archbishop of St. Paul, cooked best; light; Hale ana Surviving him are three Chester, Orioles... mass. 24 eight years old Monday. .. . Where drudge Is out of many Where the range stand hearty and more active than sons, John, Joseph and Albert By- - Bosler, Trinity. 23 sight the test water: three daughters, Mrs. Belle Scheckler, Mackln 23 who are years younger, his people That's where the That's where pray tuat God may long spare him. the Mrs Voor, Imperials Buky, Mrs. Bertha Oswald and 22 ,... "Quick Meal comes "Quick Meal" comes 22 T. J. Wall. Bossmeyer, K. of C . In. In. CONFIRMATION. 15 Ciresi, K. of C. 15 Frank W. Smith, for nearly half Eschmann, Imperials Quick Meal Gaa Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly Kecommandetl The Right Rev. Bishop an engineer on tho J. Murphy, Bertrands a century 14 was in New Haven last Sunday & Nashville railroad, Flynn, Bertnraus 13 Louisville 215 on a visit to St. Catherine's church, died Sunday night at his home in and in the morning administered W. MARKET ST. Hampton Court. For many years DEATH. MOURN HIS FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. the sacrament of confirmation to he was a respected leader in the FREE SERVICE. Brotherhood of Engineers and was of quite a large class. Lexington mourns the death Horn. City 3101 Cuuib. South OOG-- V Suralso a Knight of Columbus. Murray, one of her most WINCHESTER. viving him aro his wife, Mrs. 'Mary Patrick was E. Smith; four daughters, Mrs. J. highly respected citizens. He Council Thomas L. Nunan, fifty-thrIreland, In 1101-0- 3 D. Baldez, Mrs. A. M. Lowers and born in Roscommon, BAST BROAD W A. Y. years old and a native of Genevieve 1832, and came of a prominent Irish Nellie C. and Misses INCORPORATED. Smith, and a brother, William J. family. When he grew to manhood Ireland, died on Friday of last week 111 1IUKH1H1 Miss at his homo in Winchester, a rethe beautiful L. and N. engineer. he married Smith, also an attack of pneumonia fol Lexington, Devlin and then came M. J. BANN8X, LAWRENCE P. BAHKON. JR., J. VEENEMAK, 4 The funeral was held Tuesday where he lived all histolife in one sult of an general breakdown. Mr. lowing a morning from the Cathedral, at X Paw. Met. Vlci frit. & Trui. A Secntir. He made many Nunan is survived by one small Office tended by large numbers of his rail- neighborhood. and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue and road associates and friends, many trips to Ireland add was an ardent son, Thomas Nunan. His wife two Homo Ruler. Mr. Murray was a a little daughter died about from outside the city. devout Catholic, a member of the years ago. Ho Is survived by tho brothers and sisters; Senator Albert B. Charl Holy Name Society and the Catholic followingNunan, of Lexington; Den . ton, for many years a resident of KnlEhts of America, "and the oldest John F. Mrs. ; ; Sewer and Calvsrt Pipe, this city and a Democratic leade-- r Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus nis Nunan, of Winchester; Elln DIneen, service. We are as Give us a trial for first-cla- ss known throughout the State, an In the State. His .wife died a year McGulro, of of Ludlow; Mrs. Mary Baaaea's Fateat Lidded Pipe for Steam Ceadalts, Lexington, and Miss swered death's call Saturday morn ago, and grief for her hastened his close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and Wall Ceplujf, nraia Tile, Y.ferifie IrlcK. or Winchester; ing at the home of his son, Albert end. though loving children did Hannah Nunan, of Ireland, night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable X Fire Preegaj, Flae Liaiag, Fire Brick and Place. eyerything possible for him. Those, Michael Nunan, B. Charlton, 1031 Garvin chauffeurs our specialty. Give us a call. Grate aat Better Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, CMeaaer TjH. Most of his life was spent In tho wno survive min are xnoaiaa u. Mrs. Margaret Qulnn, of London, E. C. for Kentucky England. Acting Mayor West End. from where he was first Murray. Secretary OFFICE 828 WEST JEFFERSON Legislature in 1887. Traction Terminal Company; John George aclled a meeting of tho City elected to the respect resolutions For a number of years he was witn J. Murray, the well known horse- Council and were adoptedof by that HOME PHONES CITY 573-178- 6. CUMB. MAIN 507. retiring because of man; Mrs. Thomas F. Qulnn, New and regret the L. and N., William M. body, of which Mr. Nunan had been SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. survived by health. X WORKS .131b Md Brack. MtaHa Ave., Bet. 9th as 10th. X falling sons. A. He isWilliam and York City, aand Mrs. of grandchil a member from the Second ward number Irvine, also B.. thrna Batk FfceaM fop years. Tyler Charlton, and two daughters,' dren. Following la the roster of the Twln City Baseball League, each of whom is entitled to enter the Kentucky Irish American's World's series contest, the first coupon for which appears in this issue: Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, Haag, Bosler, Aulbbch, Murphy, Eschman, It. Pontrich, E. Harrigan,Elpers, Ohlie, Renn, Weber, Conners, F. Stelr, Voor, Kraemer, Ed- - Men's Manchester Shirts Women's Union Suits Colored Dress Goods House Furnishings I 'i'frfr4i4iK'ftOaaeta milltH . SCHOOL SHOES ' Kentucky State Fair VOLZ& MICHAEL 330 WEST MARKET STREET. $1.50 er Sunday, September 24 XVSTESXNG- f PULS CLEANING $ DYEING CO. ns er SACRED HEART ACADEMY NO MORE PAY DAYS! ht r ti Sixty-one-year-o- ld FIDELITY & COLUMBIA TRUST CO. German Insurance BanK BE SURE TO CALL FOR Hennessy Axman McKENNA POPULAR PRICE TAILORS WHISKY Where the QuicK Meal Comes In IT IS ALWAYS PURE. He McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. .., AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES GEHER & SON, FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. t ee DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jeliico Coal. 4'HfrlTH HlllllHli HHIHHtlifH BANNON PIPE CO. Ex-Sta- to AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE I Chawk & Smith Auto Co. 339. Tut tnuitni)inniHwiHH tin mm tHiiiuntm at