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Kentucky Irish American: September 23, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916092301_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: September 23, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i?oxe FURNITURE GO TO Wm. F. Mayer 413 W. Market. Kentucky Irish American NO. 13. of the organization of the parish it was in a veray good residence portion of the town. The building Is the oldest building in the city dedicated to the worship of God, having been erected la 1836 by a Methodist congregation and purchased from them by the Catholics In 1866. The edifice Js in good condition and bids fair to outlast many of the parishioners. In 1866 the building was dedicated by Bishon LaVielle. then Dlshon of Louisville. Father Michael Powers j EI Norao Wilkoe Union Made Cigars. VOLUME XXXVII. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916. PRICE F4VE CENTS. good work for the evening. On November 9 the big euchre and lotto will be given, Henry Dries to bo JOY DAY Golden Jubillco of St. Michael's Church to Be Tiingurntcd Tomorrow. M'DERMOTT Delivers Telling Address at Opening of Catholic Charities Congress. Takes Firm Stand Against State Bishop O'Donnghue "Will Prehead of the city. Opening and Deliver Control of tho Charity side at In preparation for the celebration the church has been refrcscocd, the Agencies. VT. Address. pews Catholic Societies Will Have Imposing Parado in Honor ol Event. CLOSES ON FEAST OF PATRON Sunday and every day next week will be real Joy days for the good people of St. Michael's parish. It will also be a doubly proud occasion (or the zealous and energetic pastor, Father Martin O'Connor, who has done so much to keep alive the dame of faith in that community. nor. reflnlshed, electric lights arranged, hardwood floor laid In sanctuary, and the outside of the building cleaned. A platform has been erected In the yard, from which the addresses will be made, and electric lights strung around. New gold vestments have been brought from France, to be used (or the first time that day. New gold candlesticks have also been purchased. St. Michael's church has had only four pastors, Father Powers, Father Plaggenborg, Father Sheridan and the present one, Father Martin O'Connor. The latter has been pas tor ten years, and during that time has paid off tho big debt which was on tho property. St. Michael's stands as a landmark of great interest to many Catholics of Louisville, as from its precincts have come many of our prominent men and women, all of whom will rejoice and Join this celebration with the good "soggarth," Father O'ConHAPPY EVENT. Honorary Presidents It was announced that the St. Vincent do Paul Society 30on would erect a building on the grounds of the Catholic University to be used as headquarters Per all Catholic charities in the United States. j, lng' its annual sessions in connection with the conference, elected George J. Gillespie of New York, Us President, to sacceed the late Thomas M. Mulry. J Bishop Thomas X. Shahan, roctor of tho Catholic University, was' reelected President bf the National Conference of Catholic Charities at the closing session! on Wednesday. Cardinal Gibbons jwas IRELAND Pays Beautiful Tribute to Sister Aurea and Good Shepherd Convent. bbbbY Chairman, Al Landes Secretary and William Wentzel Treasurer. On Monday, October 2, a smoker will be given, at which another campaign Minor Offenses Are Sow Being for members will be launched. On Will Sweep tho West and North, October 9 Rev. Dr. Schuhmann, pasPunished With Terms in west According to Conservator of St. John's church, will adPrison. dress the members. The Trinity tive Critic. Bowling League rolled Its onenlnc games last week and Judging from the interest being displayed this Pqlico Are Busy Running Down promises great returns for the coun- Jnmes McDonogh, Former Resi cil and a stimulation of interest. Branches of the Sinn dent, Predicts Rosy Outlook There are eight teams with tho fol lowing Captains: Ray Schreck, Fein. For National Democracy. unaries seivert, it. Schuster, John Timmel, N. Christ, Ed Schaefer, Harry Hennessy and Theodore Application of Conscription Is Henle. Says Republican . WILSON Urged by tho London Daily Mall. Primary In Neyr JUNIOR The ORDER PARADE. VINCENTIANS ELECT PRESIDENT bbbV MCaaBB Em?v K8Ibjbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbf psbbpbbbB Jbbbbbbbbibw bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbhbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv REV. MARTIN O'CONNOR. Promptly at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning the Ancient Order of HiKnights of Catholic bernians, America, Knights of Columbus and other societies with those of the parish will form In procession on Brook street, moving down Market street to Fifth, out Fifth to Walnut, east on Walnut to Third, thenco in Third to Jefferson and back to the church. An interesting float In the parade will bo that of St. Michael's church in miniature. The ladies and children of the palsh will be provided with automobiles, and there will be but two kinds of flags in tho procession, tho Stars and Stripes and the Papal emblems, no nationality or race flags being permitted. At 10:30 there will be solemn high mass, at which the Rev. Father Martin O'Connor, pastor of fit. Michael's, will be the celebrant. A spoclal choir of thirty members, which has been working for several weeks under the direction of Prof, John Rechtenwald, will furnish the music for the occasion. Mozart's Twelfth Mass will be sung, which is the same as that used in the first service of St. Michael's church fifty years ago. The Rev. Father George M. Connor, pastor of St. William's church, will be tho deacon, and tho Rev. Father Francis O'Connor, of tho Cathedral of the Assumption, will be 6ubdeacon of the mass. Tomorrow night there will be solemn vespers and benediction, beginning at 7:30 o'clock, at which the Rev. Father John iFtzgerald, of St. Leo's church, will be tho celebrant, with the Rev. Father Michael Mellody, of St. Vincent's Orphan Home, as the deacon, and the Rev. Father J. P. O. Mahonoy, of the Cathedral of tho Assumption, as subdeacon. The Rev. Father Louis G. Deppen, editor of the Record, will preach the sermon, which insures both an Intellectual and historical treat. For the rest of the week the programme is as follows: Monday, "Irish day," there will be solemn high mass at 9:30 in the morning, followed by a sermon by tho Rev. Father J. P. Cronln, of St. Patrick's church. At the night service the Hon. Matt O'Doherty will make the address. On Tuesday, "German day," after the 9:30 mass, there will bo a sermon by the Rev. Dr. George Schuhmann, of St. John's church. Tho night address will be by tho Hon. Edward J. McDermott. high mass on After solemn Wednesday, "Syrian' day," the Rev. John Hill will deliver the sermon, while Attorney Thomas Walsh will make the night address, Thursday will be "Italian day." After mass the Rev., Father Patrick Monoghan will preach the sermon. Patrick Savage will make the night address. On Friday the day will be given to the "Feast of St. Michael." After the morning mass there will be an address by the pastor, Father Martin O'Connor, and a general entertainment of members, donors and the choir. Benediction on the celebration will be pronounced at 8 o'clock that night in the church. The church of St Michael k now situated almost In the heart of the commission distriot, but at ther time for the celebration of the golden Jubilee of St. Michael's church on Brook street, between Market and Jefferson, at which the Right Rev. 'O'Donaghue, Bishop Oenis of Louisville, will officiate, with many of tho local clergy presnt. Arrangements have been perfected Ldst Sunday and Monday tho hundreds of members and friends of St. Charles tho Great Society celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. Befitting tho event tho more than 300 members attended solemn high mass at St. Martin's church Sunday morning and received holy communion In a body, After tho 'gospel the Rev. Father Ohle the celebrant of tho mass, preached tho sermon. Ho congratulated the society on having reached Its golden Jubilee, and expressed the hope that by their perseverance and they will continuo to progress so that in another quarter- of a century they may celebrate their diamond anniversary. In the afternoon tho members, led by the priests, of St. Martin's, marched to the church for solemn vespers, the edifice being filled. The sermon was preached by tho Very Rov. Cletus Brady, C. P., of tho Sacred Heart Retreat, who spoke on the necessity and benefits of Christian education. Father Brady spoke In English, and his sermon was very interesting and enjoyed by all who had tho opportunity to hear Him. Monday night tho Jubilee closed with a banquet at Phoenix Hill, when over 500 were seated at tho tables, which were decorated with the American colors. Golden badges, commemorating their fifty years' membership, were presented to the five living charter members Henry DIcken, Frank Loeser, Adam Miller, Joseph Hohman and Henry Walter, Sr. John Stark made the presentation, and Adam Miller re sponded for the honor guests. The activities of tho society wore reviewed in a speech by President P. J. Hoffman, who accepted a group picture of tho charter members. Several numbers were rendered by the Concordia Singing Society, and dancing followed the banquet. self-sacrifi- ce - CLERGY EXONERATED. Last Saturday Supremo Court Justice Greenbaum, of New York, dismissed tho charges made by Mayor Mitchell against the Catholic priests concerning the investigation of the tharity institutions of that city. Rev. Father W. B. Farrell, rector of tho Church 6f Sts. Petei and Paul in Brooklyn, said this: "We have been dragged beforo grand Juries, a Legislative committee, and finally before Justice Greon- baum. The unceasing effort to see justico done has resolved itself in the splendid decision of Justico Greenbaum. There was no con spiracy In the church; no collusion among tho men named in the Mayor's charges; no deslro to libel any one. All that was wanted was a broad opportunity to air this case fairly. The Strong Commission Is now a matter of bitter history. It Is dead and its report was worthy of the scrapheap. Justice Greenbaum not only put new light on the controversy, but showed the people of this great city that their personal rights and liberties had not departed." TLEA FOII HELP. The Ladies' Sewing Circle connected with St. Thomas' Orphan Home are going to ask those charitably Inclined to lend their assistance to purchase a vehicle of some kind to take them back and forth from the cars to the home, In bad weather they can not walk and in good weather It is too far for others who would be willing to help if there was a convenient way to get there. Therefore many a week passes when no sowing Is done, and every one knows "boys need lots of clothes." The boys do as .much patching and darning as they can, but clothes and bedding will wear ou. So on October 17 they are going to give an entertainment for this purpose to take place at the K. of C. Home, 816 South Fourth street, and they ask every one to help. HURT BY FAtili. from a stepladder while hanging window shades at her home, 1927 West Walnut street, her rlgfit leg being fractured. She was removed to Stf "Anthony's' Hospital, where it is said she will soon be able to return to her home. J Tuesday morning Mrs. James O'Mara, wife of Officer O'Mara, fell fourth biennial session of the National Conferences of Cath olic Charities began at the Catholic University in Washington on Sunday with an attendance of .nearly 1,000 delegates, representing Catholic charity organizations in twenty-eight States. Meetings were continued three days. Formal opening of the conference was celebrated with solemn high mass by tho Right Rev. Thomas J. Shannon, of Washington. Late In tho afternoon a reception to the delegates was held by Archbishop Bonzano, the Apostolic Delegate. At the general session Sunday night addresses were delivered by Hon. Edward J. Mc Dermott, Louisville; Hon. F. P. Kenkcl, St. Louis, and the Right Rev. O. F. Thomas, Baltimore. For mer Lieut. Gov. McDermott took a firm stand against State control of charity agencies, saying that such "compulsory sharlty" would result in the "whittling away of freedom." "Charity from Individuals and private associations," he said, "accomplishes much more good and deserves high praise. Charity" by the State requires a compulsory tax to be levied upon the willing and the unwilling, not only among the rich, but also upon many that can HI afford to pay. A man has a right to give his own time or money; but he has no right to compel his neighbors to give without regard to their ability or inclination to give. Arguments for compulsory charity would Justify a compulsory tax to support a State church for the uplift and salvation of citizens. Only exceptional circumstances Justify the Government raising taxes for charity." Mr. McDermott said that if tho State would take practical control of charities it will use little discrimination in the use of its charitable funds. He said that "when the Government manages charitable institutions tho waste from big salaries, indifference and extravagance, are greater than in private charities. "Wo have," ho said, "now a big lot of men and women that are advocating and seeking salaried places for charity work. Soon there will be a hungry, clamorous, powerful army of such workers plausibly speaking, writing and working for nice Jobs. In New York City politicians, eager for applause and power, and 'professional philanthropists,' in earnest quest for bigger salaries and higher positions and for notoriety, have madq an open crusado to discredit valuable private charities in order to pave tho way for a successful advocacy of far more expensive State institutions where orphans and dependents may be controlled and new sources of profit and political influence may bo created at the expense of the taxpayers. Soon a plausible effort may be made to tax and so to handicap and weaken private schools, colleges, universities and charitable Institutions in order to control all sources of education and charity and to compel all of us to be alike in everything, crushing out freedom and originality and making us mere automatons of a socialistic State. Then, indeed, would bo realized Herbert Spencer's idea of 'The Coming Slavery,' To retain o,ur liberties wo must cherish the principle so well expressed in Kentucky's Bill of Rights: 'Absoluto and arbitrary power over the lives, liberty and property of freemen exists nowhere in a republic, not even In the largest majority.' We invented the fixed or rigid constitution to curb courts and lawmakers In order to protect individual liberty. Now we are In danger of goLiberty is better ing backward. than ease. It is worth the sacrifice of physical comfort and even life itself." Speaking about "individual relief," the" Governor paid a beautiful tribute to tho late Sisn years ter Aurea, who for was a nun and for thirty years the Superior of St. Joseph's Infirmary. "She helped build a great Institution," ho said, "and at the same time always was spreading good cheer around her and was teaching, by her useful, simple life, the beauty of a life of happiness and holiness." He called attention also to "that Institution least helped by the public of Louisville and scorned and maglined by bigots of all shades, and withal perhaps the noblest charity of the city. I mean the Convent of the Good Shepherd the Magdalen asylum for white women of any nationality or creed." He spoke at length of the work at the convent and of the value to homeless girls and women, Alluding to both white or colored. the life of the nuns at the institution, he said that with their work for "their Magdalens and their helpless colored children, the world forgetting and by the world forgot, has put the etiarity of the rest of us to shame." The Superior Counoil of the Society of St. Vlneent de Paul, hold- " forty-seve- The BjbbbY Li0 - V?y5j Li. ' L i riTmM greatest WILSON. GEN. f6 CH. by Joffre. the strategist in Europe," Called PULLED second B. CurleV, who ranks years of Jservlco as en the Illinois Central rail last night for a trip to Norfolk, Washington and Now York. "Bill" ils ode of tho best known passenger engineers In tho country, and feels ''Justly proud of tho distinction of j having pulled President Woodrow JWlIson to and return' when tho Lincoln dedication took place on September 4. Hod-genvll- le William in gineer on road left LORD MAYOR DUNN". Tho new Lord Mayor of London, who will take up his official residence at tho Mansion House in No- vember, ,wlll Treloar's ablest assistants in his great work of making brighter tho lives of thousands of London's poor cripples, and is now Treasurer of tho Alton Cripples Home.' Ho will be tho fourth Catholic Lord Mayor of London in recent years, his three chief predecessors of that faith having been Sir Polydore de Keyser, Sir Stuart Knlll, who served in 1892, and Sir John Knlll, who was Lord Mayor in 1909. CHICKEN Dunri'who was one of Sir William belrjHenry. William surrER. REGIMENT SUFFERS GREAT LOSS State Fair was used as an adjunct In advertising it tho same old result was achieved a straggling body of marchers amounting to about 700, three-fourt- h of who wore Junior Offenses which in normal times Order badges, with a couple of the would meet only with a slight rep- same old stereotyped floats that rimand In Ireland are now pun- - were conspicuous in the last couple jshed with terms of Imprisonment. of attempted parades. Following a e, previous attempt, the official organ At a special court, held In County Galway, the follow- accused many of its members of ing persons were sentenced to terms hiding behind telegraph poles when of Imprisonment from two weeks to the parade was passing, so this four months for unlawful assembly same class was benefited by tho at tho village of Falty on July 4, night parade, darkness coming to American Independence day: James their aid. As one spectator reRyan, William Naughton, Michael marked, "There's none In line but Kelly, William Downey, Patrick tho fall guys of the Juniors." Tho Miller, Michael Galvln, J. Caulfleld, smart ones, who uee them for polltf-cpurposes, with a few exceptions F. Egan and H. Flynn. Thirteen others were bound to the peace for were conspicuous by their absence from the line of march. Literature twelve months. advancing the claims of tho order Large numbers of wounded sol- were freely distributed, with a copy diers arrived In Dublin recently, the of Dr. R. M. Kendall's address to second batch to arrive tho past the order, in which he stated that month. Peter P. Callahan, Lan- they were organized in Philadelphia, cashire Fusiliers, describing his where at a gathering In a public experfences in the "big push," said school house an Irishman attempted that his regiment had only started to tear down tho American flag a few yards on the charge when tho from the speaker's desk and was enemy machine guns cut them up so knocked down. Then, Dr. Kendall badly that they had to retire. Of a says, a volley of shots was fired into battalion of 900 men ho said that the school house by a company of only 140 remained fit .for service. Hibernians stationed across the way. The hospital train took 250 of the The doctor Is evidently some humorwounded men to Belfast, as tho ac- ist or he Is hiding his light under a commodations In Dublin are over- bushel as a novelist. Tho parade taxed by the large numbers of dis- consumed ten minutes In passing, and as a fitting climax to the frosty abled soldiers. night and parade two Ice wagons The Cork Board of Guardians ad- brought up the rear. journed their last meeting to mark their sense of horror and detestaEVERLV LYONS. tion of the , murder of Sir Roger Casement; and that It was uncivOne of the most Interesting of the ilized, in the fact that Jameson in September weddings was that of outraging tho laws of the South Miss Matilda C. Everln, daughter of African republic, and later De Wet, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Everin, 2933 In open rebellion, did not suffer for South Third street, and ,John P. their acts, but were protected by Lyons, solemnized British power; that is another in- mass at Holy Name church, Rev. stance of the perfidy and hatred of Father John O'Connor performing the English Government toward tho ceremony. Miss Anna Mas Ireland; and they trust that foreign Everln, sister of the bride, was maid nations will note the absenco of of honor, and Roy F. Blandford was d. constitutional government In best man. Upon leaving the church Similar resolutions were t'io bridal party were entertained at passed by other public bodies, but a sumptuous wedding breakfast at after a day or two the censor pro- the home of the bride's parents. hibited tho press from publishing Mr. and Mrs. Lyons am now on a the references to the death of Case- wedding trip to Washington, New ment. The Dublin Irish Times, in York and other points in the East an editorial, referred to the resolu- and will not be at homo until after tions as treason to tho realm. October 1. Ball-lnasloal Iro-lan- much advertised, fraternal parade came off on Friday of last week, and despite the fact that the York Gave Setback to Wall Street Domination. DEMOCRACY SURE OF KENTUCKY Next Thursday evening there will be a chicken feast at St. Augustino's Hall, 1308 West Broadway, when the friends of Rev. Father Folten will "be entertained at an afternoon and evening card party. These affairs have been very enjoyable In the past, tho chicken dinner attracting people from all sections of tho city. Those having tho affair in charge promise plenty tor all who come. The police are busy running down branches of the Sinn Fein In Glasgow and Liverpool, where the Irish population is large and has become restless since the rebellion. Fuel was added to the fire by tho opposition In tho North of Ireland to the partition plan which failed, and Glasgow Irishmen take their cue from the North. There Is con siderable sympathy for the national Idea among tho Glasgow workers and they opposed as a class the executions of the rebels. A num ber of arrests were made In Glas gow of men engaged in distributing pamphlets defending the Sinn Fein Ideas. The statement of Archbishop Walsh has caused some commotion. John Nunan, an ' Irish rebel prisoner, held at Salisbury, has been convicted by court martial. SISTER MARY ANDREW. Sunday morning at the Ursullne Sister Mary Andrew was called to her eternal reward after an Illness of two weeks. Sister Mary Andrew was the daughter of Mrs. Mary Busse, of Madison, Ind., and twenty-seve- n came to Lolusvllle years ago. For seventeen years she taught at St. Martin's school and for the last ten years at Holy Trinity. Her funeral was held Tuesday morning, when the remains were taken to Holy Trinity chapel that former pupils might see her face for tho last time. Sister Mary was gentle, cheerful, altogether lovable to her Sisters in the community and the children wjiom she taught, who pray that her soul may enjoy happy and eternal rest. Convent GREAT HOLY NAME RALLY. jBBBBBBBr.KrwpBKBBBBBBBH BBBBBY .VBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ iBBBBBBM aH The application of conscription to Ireland was suggested by the Lon don Daily Mail Wednesday in an to tho article calling attention urgent necessity for obtaining more men for tho army a problem which, it says, has engaged the full attention of the Government. The newspaper suggests two other methods for adding to the army, namely the raising of the age limit from forty-on- e to forty-fiv- e and the combing out of the young men from ex empted occupations, of whom it es phy timates there are 1,250,000 sically lit who have not yet been drafted into the army. MEN'S The Cincinnati Archdlocesan Holy Name Union is planning ffr a monster rally to bo held next month, in which between 35,000 and 40,000 people are expected to participate. Every parish in the archdiocese will bo represented. The parade will form at Fourteenth and Race streets and will follow tho same line of march as last year to Redland Field (Cincinnati baseball park), where services will be held, the open-ai- r at which His Grace Most Rev. Archbishop Moeller will officiate. Twenty-three bands and seven drum corps every available union band in the city and vicinity have been JnSSION CLOSING. staff. ADMIRAL VON HOLTZENDORFF. Chief of the German Admiralty RECENT DEATHS. Thursday morning the funeral of Mrs, Marie Bodenmueller, beloved wife of Julius Bodenmueller, 718 East St. Catherine street, took place from St. Vincent de Paul's church. years old, and She was twenty-on- e besides her husband Bhe leaves an infant daughter, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zettel, and Ave sisters and a brother. Death claimed Par-tusc- h, Ferdinand of 540 Fehr avenue, Sunday evening, who while smiling and chatting with his family after supper. The deceased was a native of Germany, but had long been an industrious and respected resident of this city, he was a member of the Catholic Knights of Council. America and the Men's Society of St. Boniface church, from where The cool weather brought out a the funeral was held Wednesday big attendance at Trinity Council, morning. Y. M. I., Monday and resulted ta expired-suddenly The men's mission which is being given at St. Louis Bertrand's church this week will close tomorrow evening with the 7:30 o'clock services, when the Papal blessing will be given. The attendance all week has been very good, an average of 700 to 800 men being present every evening, while a large number have been present at the 5 and 8 o'clock masses. One of tho most edifying sights connected with the mission has been the singing of hymns by the large congregation of men at the evening services, the singing being led by the male choir. Tho mission has been conducted by Rev. Father J. L. Flnnerty and Rev. Father V. G. Cleary, who have alternated In delivering the sermons each day. Both of the fathers are eloquent and convincing speakers and their sermons have been greatly enjoyed by their listeners, the attendance growing each ) evening, and many of the men have been receiving holy communion dally. engaged. NIGHT SCHOOL. The night educational courses at the Knights of Columbus Home, 816 South Fourth avenue, will be opened up in a short time, and parents and guardians are requested not to send their boys to other night schools until they have Investigated the advantages and facilities that may be Catholic boys obtained there. should by all means receive such a course under Catholic influences and surroundings. Information can be obtained by applying to the K. of C. Home. LEXINGTON. Following are tho officers elected by Blue Grass Council, Knights of Columbus, of Lexington, for the ensuing year: R. J. Colbert, Grand Knight; John S. Dowd, Deputy trinity Grand Knight; James Bannahan, Chancellor; W. J. Norton, Advocate; J. J. Bonfleld, Treasurer; W. L. MeGlnnis, Financial Secretary;, B. J. Sullivan, Recording Secretary; James McElhone, Warden; B. J. Fallon, Inner Guard; W. J. Cough-l!Outer Guard; C. V. Sullivan, Trustee. n, a native of but for tho past ten years a resident of New York, was In Louisville this week and on n visit to the Kentucky Irish American gave a pretty good line on the present political campaign. Mr. McDonogh is a practicing attorney in New York City, and takes quite a lively interest in politics, having made the race there for Assemblyman and United States Senator, making a creditable showing each time with tho Tammany organization opposing him. For the past two months he has been traveling through the West, Northwest and extreme South, visiting Denver, Butte, Helena, Kansas City, St. Louis, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Tuscon, Topeka, Houston, El Paso .and many other cities, his trip also including a visit to Mexico. During his trip Mr. McDonogh made extonslve inquiries as to the Presidential situation, and he states that without a doubt President Wilson will sweep the entire West and Northwest. He says that he did not confine his Inquiries to the cities, but on every train ho sounded his fellow travelers as to their views, finding them to bo overwhelmingly foV Wilson, ' and cites ono instanco where In a gath going through ering of eighty-fou- r Yellowstone Park all but one stated that they were for tho Democratic ticket and that the lone opposite said ho wasn't very strong for Hughes, his sentiment being that way on account of a relationship to one high In tho Republlcan'party. - apeaicing oi mo 'suuauon' lnwovi York State, Mr. McDonogh sale that just now It was a tossup between Hughes and Wilson, but that Judge Seabury would defeat Gov. Whitman easily In tho Gubernatorial race, and that Seabury's strength in New York would help the national ticket. In discussing the primary In New York Tuesday, ho said that the defeat of Bacon for tho Republican nomination by Calder was sure to cause bitter dissatisfaction In the Republican ranks, as Wall street, headed by tho J. P. Morgan' to tho firm, had backed Bacon limit, showing that the Democratic party should not be so very frightened of Wall street opposition in tho nation when it was not more powerful than shown in a one Stato primary. Calder's victory promises to make Roosevelt very sore, as just previous to tho primary ho came out in a statement published far and wide that ho was for Bacon and repudiated Calder. Mr. McDonogh says that the returns show that 40 per cent, of the Republican vote will go to Wilson in November, and with that same ratio in other States he would sweep the country. Speaking of Mexico, ho says that anyone who Tias visited that unhappy country In the past year could not but uphold Wilson's Mexican policy. Ho says that tho wholo attempt to force war between the United States and Mexico is fostered by the moneyed interests who want own concessions there and our soldiers to shed their blood for private profit. This probably explains Wall street's bitter opposition to the President, he says, and that in his opinion the people of tho United States outside of protecting the border should keep out of tho Mexican quarrel and let them fight It out among themselves. Mr. McDonogh says that from his personal observation of the situation and his near view a( tho natives wo should not "tear our shirt" ono way or tho other, and that their army and soldiers are of the comic opera 'type, and that a Mexican fort he visited would not stand under one round of fire from small guns, tho walls being only the thickness of one brick. Before going Mr. McDonogh said that the Democrats down hero should not be alarmed over tho report that Tammany would not help Wilson, as ho says they have no other alternative and are forced to give their best efforts In the campaign by the ranks and tile of New York Democracy. The campaign In Kentucky will open here next Friday evening, when Secretary of War Baker will address the voters of Jefferson county in a monster mass meeting to be presided over by Mayor Buschemeyer. The Democrats of Louisville have gone to work to roll up a banner majority for Wilson and Sherley, and Chairman Cantrlll reports the same Interest throughout the State. The interest and activity displayed by tho Democrats has struck terror into the hearts of the Hughes supporters here and it Is very noticeable that the Louisville Herald Is now abstaining from printing the predictions of Mr. Hert, the new Kentucky Republican boss, as to the result here. The National Republican Committee Is already conceding the State to Wilson and turned to other sections. Louisville their-attentio- James S. McDonogh, KXH&oraroKV .x:fcxi3C CXJ30NG EVENTS. ATMa&mtT&AJSi:. Marx KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. JiTttri te OtteisHy Lawn fete for 7 Rontnmhflr Church of Our Lady, on church and Rudd. grounds, Thirty-fift- h PUBLISHED EVBRY SATURDAY. September 28 Euchro and lotto, CMlMttd St. Augustine's Hall, 1308 West SW aa Mors! Aiwuwunnt el Writ Aswdcsw as 2(5-2- hart. Schaffner . ... -- F ...-,.... & VOTE FOR Iaoed iMtkut. by wa At OrfUr CsthsMe gaigfcts ot IHterls, Aamfc. M"' KENTUCKY IWiaH AMERICAN PnWTENO CO., JWBSCKIPTION PRICE, ONB DOLLAR FBR YEAR Bnt.rM lconr. " HltoMi Broadway. October 12 Euchre and lotto by Vnnni. Trillion' finrlnlltv of St. Ann's church, In school hall, afternoon Fall SINOIB COPY y and evening. Overcoats WILSOiVMARSHALL " "f TTHE1 M i "" October 19 Lotto by St. Elizabeth's Auxiliary, Knights, ot St. John, at Utopian Hall. October 20 Euchre and lotto in given by Holy Rosary Academy school hall, afternoon and evening. C8SCK8XR3aaC83Stt3X83SX333XK $18 "Formerly sold at LOUISVILLE, KY KIVAIi OF MENACE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916 ing of thoso Instructive publications, dealing with a subject about which there has been much haziness in the popular mind in this country, and much confusion. It treats tho matfashion, ter in a satisfying, clear-cu- t showing tho truo facts as to the work of the church in the educa tional field In tho Southern repub lic. The new pamphlet, which sells for two cents per copy, should be welcomed by the Catholics of the country. THE LIMIT. SOCIETY. Miss Bczzie Hannan Is home from New York and the East. $25 to $30 These garments were left over from a shipment that came in late In spring, and aro correct in every style .detail for fall wear. Wo make the startling offering in order to clear them out before we hammer on our regular fall stocks. They are conservative models all of them made by Hart, Schaffner & Marx fully silk lined and elegantly tailored. In various' desirable weaves and fabrics, in pleasing colorings. Now reduced to $18. The Baptist World, which has the Menace, striven lately to out-d- o another attack on the Cathcontains olic church this week, claiming that it Is interfering in politics and that the Bishops instruct how to vote in all the largo Catholic centers. For the benefit ot the rival of the sheet attention Missouri is called to the candidacy of Rev. S. J. Catts, a Baptist minister of Florida, who has Just been nominated for Governor.' Catts dellvored political speeches in the Baptist churches, his harangues consisting mainly of attacks on Catholic convents, he being warmly supported by the Guardians of Liberty and other A. P. A. organizations. Catts candidacy ha3 aroused bitter feeling and bigotry in Florida, many visitors staying away from the Florida health resorts because of the agitation, and all of this because of tho political activity of this Baptist like minister and his attitude. mud-gutter a trip to Chicago and Now York. Miss Nellie Maloney Is home from Miss Josephine Sullivan has been visiting Mrs. W. C. Mauzy at Dr. H. week-en- d Mor-ganfle- ld. J. McKenna was a recent at Fairfield. visitor to his home folks Atlqq Mnmln (Inrlov has returned from Boston, where she visited Mrs. Dabney Taylor. According to tho New York Mrs. John Ryan was last week American, the English Government the guest of Mrs. W. F. Decoursey is now holding up and opening of- at Highland Park. ficial mail of the United States Miss Alice "Novltt arrived last Government, mail that bears the week from Lexington to enter thd official seal of this Government. Sacred Heart Academy. Bitter sentiment against John Bull In this country is now pretty wide spread, and tho suggestion to send our mail on an American man-of- war meets with the approval of everyone. There never was and never will be good feeling between liberty-lovin- g Americans and the tyrannical English Government. HEALTH IS NOItMAL. Thursday Pope Benedict received seven persons in private audience and several hundred in collective audience. From the Vatican it is learned that his health is normal, notwithstanding the strain imposed by his arduous labors during the war, which have added greatly to the burden of the administration of the church under ordinary condl tlons. ISN'T THIS TRUE? The Catholic paper, entering all the dally and weekly newspaper offices, is an enlightenment in those Influential quarters against ant I Catholic misrepresentation. If it were not for the Catholic paper the dallies would pay very little atten tion to Catholic news. They would be less careful about misrepresent ing. CONSCHIPTION NEXT. LEVY'S Third and Market. heut performing tho ceremony. has as her guest Miss Mary Strother, of Indianapolis. Miss Margaret Dixon, of Jeffer-Bonvlll- e, HOOMEHANG. "Letting the cat out of the bag" is a proceeding that usually proves an eyeopener for some people. At least that Is what Lloyd George's candid reference to the "black list" has done for the American people. Now we know tho real motive underlying this attempt to regulate our trade. We have said in this column that the purpose of tho "black list" was to help England retain her grip on tho markets of the world, which could be accomplished only by pre- Mrs. Anna Hoffmann announces tho engagement of her daughter, Mrs. Will Bulger has been spend- Miss Florence Margaret Hoffmann, ing a week as the guest of Mrs. to Arthur E. Dlcken, of Dayton, Ohio, formerly of Louisville. Tho W. P. Rooney at Seymour, Ind. wedding will be solemnized WednesMisses Jean and Pearl Bullelt ar- day morning, October 18, at the rived last week from Corydon, Ind., Sacred Heart church. After the ceremony they will leave for Dayto enter Sacred Heart Academy. ton, where they will make their fuhas 'returned ture home. Michael Finnegan to his home in Jeffersonvillo after FORTY HOURS. spending the summer at Madison. sp JffESIDEl( The London Daily Mall and Eng lish press advocates conscription in Ireland because of the refusal of RETALIATION. Irishmen to enlist and be shot down things which Con- under the flag of a nation which has One of the last gress did before adjourning was to just murdered in cold blood Ire leaders. tack on to the new revenue bill a land's retaliatory measures of series Opposition to the Catholic church Interferagainst the unwarranted In this country has not its origin ence by England with American in the Christianity she teaches, nor mails and commerce. By virtue of in the numerous works of charity these the President is empowered she is everywhere promoting, nor to use against ships refusing goods in tho universally acknowledged from blacklisted firms or destined superiority of her accredited memfor neutral countries the proper bership, but in tho hallucination of measures to compel them to respect a jealous and envious competition. HOME FROM EAST. D. L. McCarthy and Misses Julia American rights. He may refuse Flynn and Mary Barron were among Dr. Peter S. Ganz and Mrs. Ganz clearance papers to them. He may Have you noticed that tho the Loulsvlinans spending me pasi have returned after an extended trip use the forces of the army and navy "Guardians of Liberty" have not week In New York City. through the East. While In Now to enforce the just demands of been much in public view since Joseph P. Hines, Secretary to York Dr. Ganz attended the recent power. It Uncle Sam asked for recruits for Congressman America as a neutral Sherley, returned convention of tho American Federawas high time that something were service on the border? They aro home Sunday evening and will bo tion of Catholic Societies, at which time he was elected a Vice Presidone to curb the audacity of Eng- not, like their leader, Gen. Miles, here until after the election. dent. who seems to think that tho too old, but they have tho yellow land, Misses Josephine and Mary Louise whole world must abandon its just streak. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Oertel, of Clifton, entertained with rights that she may whip Germany. a Wednesday evening porch dance Tho lady friends of Sts. Mary and One may attend Catholic services in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Pero. To submit any longer to her exacElizabeth Hospital are arranging for tions would be tantamount to ab for a thousand years and he will Miss Mary 'Decoursey, of High a and lotto party to dicating in tho face of tho nations not hear an attack on the religion land Park, was in tho city the past at euchrehospital on Mondaybe held and the as a of other people. He may sometimes week to spend several days with Tuesday, October 2 and 3. Upon our dignity and groat nation. this occasion the awards for the late No man, however hear mild criticism of mistaken be her cousin, Miss Marguerite Ryan. lawn fete "will be announced and high the office he occupies, may liefs, but that Is all. Truo charity Misses Marcella Coll and Mildred the articles left over disposed of. triflo with these. They are our Is to be found in the old church. Hauss, of Jeffersonville, left Sunday heritage and birthright and are for Bloomlngton, where they will LOSS BY FIRE. attend Indiana University for the more precious to us than material WILL TAKE PART. winter. Fire started by spontaneous comprosperity. The country that loses Capt. James Klnnarney will bo bustion of chemicals in Chemistry them or neglects them has already one of the greatly interested parMr. and Mrs. H. M. Jarrall and Hall, Notre Dame University, last lost its soul. These retaliatory pro- ticipants in tho St. Michael's church Miss 13dna and Master Thomas week caused a loss of over $20,000 Capt. Kelly Jarrall have returned from a before it could visions have been adopted for use. golden jubilee next week. be extinguished. Will the President use them? Wo Klnnarney has the proud distinction visit to Mr. Jarrall's father at Fear of producing an explosion that In would wreck the building deterred do not know how ho can help it, If ot being the first child baptizedwas Nashville. the firemen from using water on the His godmother St. Michael's. agEngland continues her insolent Mrs. John Gleeson and hanDily both Dr. Charles A. Edelen and wifo flames. gressions against our malls and aro still living and hale and hearty and Miss Edna Coll, of Jeffersonof their old ville, motored to Bardstown for a nOLY ROSARY EUCHRE. commerce. The public opinion of and not forgetful Sunday visit with Mr. and Mrs. country will demand their en- church. the The euchro given at tho Holy Henry Edelen. forcement; and the public opinion Rosary Academy last season was so FRIENDS ARE INVITED. of the country in a Presidential Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carr have thoroughly enjoyed that another Jefferyear is the most potent force in The Ladies' Sewing Society of St. with them at their home in Welch, will be given by request, tho date to be Wednesday, October 20, afterAmerican political life. It is not Joseph's Orphan Home will give a sonvillo Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Mrs. Carr and noon and evening. Neb. of so many years ago that a Demo- lotto entertainment next Wednesday Mrs.Omaha. are sisters. Welch afternoon at the orphanage on cratic President felt compelled to PmnVfnrl nvnnun. fTamoH will be ATTENDS REUNION. country the called at 2:30 o'clock, and all mem William Holland, for the past ten dismiss from the CinArchbishop Ireland, of St. Paul, British Ambassador. It may well bers and friends are coroiany in- years located In Dayton and past attended for the been the annual reunion of the the happen that the stupid blunders vited. After served.games refresh- cinnati, hasvisiting here father, John Fifth Minnesota volunteer regiment his two weeks ments will be which England has persisted in durof the civil war laBt weok at the J. Holland, 1124 Rogers street. He was chaplain of old Capitol. ing the course of the war may bring CONDUCT OHIO MISSION. Miss Ethel VIeth, of 1282 Everett the regiment and recalled the thrilof the about the full opeVation mlseel- - ling days ot '61 and the number of anom.n ontai49lrip(i with The eloquent Dominican missiondrastic measures which Congress aries. Tlflv. Fathers RiDDle and laneous shower Wednesday evening hyphens discovered at roll call, felt bound to pass before adjourn- Clark, whose headquarters are at in honor or Miss Aima acore, wnose claiming that they ought to be as ment to protect the dignity and St. T.nnls Bertrand's. will bejrin a annroachlng nuptials to J. Louis useful now as in the past in bridging week's mission tomorrow at New WoloVi hon henn announced, the ples. a chasm between warring peohonor of the country. Lexington, Ohio, There is a great wedding to take place the middle of demand for missionaries ot this next montn. VALUABLE PAMPHLET., DEDICATED. order. Tr 'RHrrmnrt A. Sturn and bride. Mexico" Education in Right Rev. Bishop Brossart, of "CatboU who was Miss, Mury Venlta JohnCARDINAL FALCONIO. son, upon their return from their the Covington diocese, last Sunday Is tb tttto of the latest of the cardinal Falconlo. formerly Ados- - honeymoon trip will make their dedicated the handsome new St. popular series of pamphlets issued F. L. John Vincent de Paul church and school with Mr. States the Bureau of the Can- talln Ttelnrata to here United Rome, home Bardstown and Mrs. Their mar- - at Clifton, near Newport. An Ameriby the Central road. son. as la and as popular Z,n nid tral Vereln. St. Louis. It is one of rlin tnnV nlaea at St. Francis of can flag was raised over the school Assist church. Rev. FatVr Roth- - in the afternoon. the most, interesting and enlighten- - jjty. g, 2C-2- 9. self-respe- ct - venting the expansion xof tho trade of neutral nation's into foreign fields which were formerly supplied by the Allies, particularly by England. e admits that this is the motive of the "black list," anc that its effect would bo to put England in control of tho markets of Congiess, however, is tho world. kitermined that England shall not bo permitted to rido rough-sho- d over American rights; it has put a nowor of retaliation Into the hands of the President which If rightly used will mako tho "black list" a boomerang for its authors. Lloyd-Georg- In this city the Forty Hours' deMrs. G. W. Leahy, Park View, has had Mrs. Mary Bedford, of votions for the coming week will church, Muncio, as her guest for a few be held in St. William's Thirteenth and Oak. The services days. will begin with the high mass toarrived morrow morning and will be conLouise O'Keefe Miss Wednesday from the East, where ducted by the pastor, Rev. Georgo spending several Connor, assisted by priests from tho she had been other churches. The solemn close weeks. will be on Tuesday. Mrs. Mich Casper, West BroadGRAND DRAMA. way, was last week the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sarah Clark, at The St. Elizabeth Dramatic Club Tell City. will present the sterling drama, Cunningham and "Tho Seal of Confession," tomorrow Misses Ruth ODJEIJB Lucille Martin were entertained last evening in the hall, 1020 East Burnett avenue. For this production week by Miss Ruth He.user in careful rehearsals have been held and a pleasing presentation is asMr. and Mrs. D. J. Gleeson have sured. The proceeds will bo for tho moved from Slaughter avenue and benefit of the church. There will aro now occupying their Bardstown bo another performance on Thursday night and the following Sunroad apartment. day. ," Miss Beatrice Cassllly has reHOSPITAL COFFEE SOCIAL. turned to St. Catherine of Sienna Academy, near Springfield, to comWednesday afternoon and evenplete her studies. ing, October 4, tho Sewing Society William H. Soden, of New York ladies will give what promises to be City, who has been here on a visit a unique and pleasing entertainto his father, Phil Soden, left yes- ment at St. Anthony's Hospital. It will be a coffee social with varied swagar sherley, terday for home. n 3 w, s rasn? Democratic Nominee for Congress. games without charge for admission. James S. McDonogh, of New York A feature will be the luncheon and CLAY HALL, WILLIAM A. PERRY, City, is here on a visit to his par- numerous and valuable prizes will NATHAN KAHN, Nominee for ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McDon- be awarded. Democratic Nominee for Prosecuting Democratic Nomineo for State Sen- - Democratic Police Court. Clerk or. District. ogh, of Sixth street. ator Thirty-eight- h Attorney Police Court. DR. FOWLER TO SPEAK. B. C. BECKMANN, J. H. JOHNSON, Miss Edith Sullivan left last week Democratic Nomineo for Councilman Dr. Joseph W. Fowler, Superin- Democratic Nominee for Councilman Kokomo, for a visit to relatives in Second Ward. First Ward. Anderson and Alexandria, Ind., and tendent of the City Hospital, will depart Sunday for Philadelphia to Benton Harbor, Mich. deliver an address on "The Open Mrs. J. T. Riley Is In Parkers-bur- Door Hospital" before the eighW. Va., visiting her mother, teenth annual conference of the Hospital Association, Mrs. Mary Laven. She is accom- American THE SOUTH'S HIGHEST CLASS DEPARTMENT STORE which meets September panied by her daughter. AIXHD Straight Democratic TicRet. re x tv r to " INCpRPOrtATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM GOLD STAMPS. A Complete Representation , of New Silks Also Woolen Dress fabrics EVm .. mm marmlfironf (nrpst ramp the inspiration for the wonderful colorings : fk: sl.'erJnv TUt fnVinrR iW fall show no lack or .lmainnation or artistic ability, though they are mostly of American origin. During these epening days you are to see the newest and best of these fabrics and we will tell you of a few here: U 1k Woolens Noveltv Serees: woven 'with black back ground in white checks, stripes and plaid effects: an unusual variety of patterns in $1.00 width; per yard h 15 M Broadcloth is a celebrated quality with a beautiful high and permanent lustrous finish; it is shown in all the new fall ..$2.00 colorings; also black; per yard "Wool Velours; in plain colors and checks formed of combination of colors; supple $3.50 width; per yard weave in French Serges; all wool; in checks, stripes and plaids that reveal new and .beautiful color combinations; these are effectively employed for misses' dresses and skirts; per 44-inc54-inc- Silks Gros do Londres and Satin combination in h smart strikingly attractive plaids; for tho most part these are to be seen in tho darker color tones; 33 - inch width; per yard...?2.UU Suede Crepes; with beautiful soft satin finish in innumerable street ana evening $5.00 width; per yard shades; Georgette; a complete as Crinkled Crene sortment of the new and most wqnted shades width; per for dresses and waists; 40-inc- h 40-inc- h yard 'w .$1.25 Gabardines and Poplins; a "plentiful Serges, variety of shades in all these weaves; also yard navy and black; per yard 54-inc- h width; all wool; .$2.60 Cyttnn Vpk'AtPMI : llrht WdChtt eX- quisitely soft and supple; shown in wonder wiam; ful new colorings; also DiacK; yo.w Per yard Tipavv oualitv in EUTJCr- nnnrrAfn nrhn fino weave; 42 - inch width; shown in white, j.uu flesh and black; per yara ao-me- n . Our Mail Order Division efficient shop Is a service organization for rendering convenient, highly intelligent and puDnc. ping service to the Write for samples of materials or specific style infoYmatiod. non-resident vr vri.ii. &ttfttfttfeftiStti22!2&s BMBWW WW WW VWWV'VV-- ww r -- -- rercsrrcsTmxxiXE - fiasssTXJOKY iifcism MttltMtmMHtmmiHHMHttMMimitI! - AJSKEj&.TGJkX WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. 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 IHerman Straus I roimra avenue wcoxAafftreo Sons ' strcet market 4 ; We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED 00. Stewart Dry Goods Co INCORPORATED vln ConneciionWtfh James Mc Creery 5 Co. New ftrk. Continues Another Week. MADE IN LOUISVILLE i AMERICAN ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. BY & Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" C28 W. Main St. SOUR MASIl PURE RYE Louisville, Ky. LOCKHART MILL END ENGRAVE11S YOU SAVE AT LEAST 20 IN THIS SALE OF FURS The Most Remarkable Fur Event Ever Held in Louisville. if ivc. shall ever be able to hold again quite remarkable a Fur Sale as this one. A trade condition which we do not feel will rise again makes this the most extraordinary event in our experience. It is good fortune to those who are participating in this Stewart Wo doubt so (OTIilCn ENGRAVING COMI'AN ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 0C W. Main St., Home Phone City 6674 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ICE CREAM 1101 South Seventh Street Phone City 6574 THOS. "SOUTHERN STAR" J. BRODERIOK SLICED BACON PLU3HHNG, GAS AND SEWERAGE "All Ready for Your Griddlo in the Morning" Home Phone City 4392-- J HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE 1000 Zane Street LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) sale. SALE $ttMntiw4wwtmmmmtMmt CRESCENT HILL, LODISVlLLE KY. Catalogue Sent Free. SACRED HEART ACADEMY, tbos. II, Kennedy KENNEDY-COADY Louis D. Coady SEE P00LEY FOR JdONEY CONFIDENTIAL Incorporated 00. ' MEN'S FURNISHINGS 631 WEST WALNUT STREET Home Phone, City 76C2 LOUISVILLE, ICY. WM. ISGRIGG RELIABLE F. R. POOLEY al If 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. Room The Greatest Merchandise Event ever known to the people of Louisville. 1, Courier-Journ41G Fourth Building Street 21-- J. Some of the Sets Natural Some of the Muffs Some of the Scarfs Residence Phone, Pewee Valley Phone, City 3180. SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR JOS. DALY CONTRACTING PAINTER 120 SACRED HEART ACADEMY THE URSULINE DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. High Moral and Intellectual Standards. ADDRESS: SECRETARY. West Green Street, Louisville. Ky. PBOV1DENT ASSOCIATION LOUISVILLE WINE & LIQUOU CO. PEOPLES Incorporated. n citizens wa3 organized by 739 East Broadway to mane AND WHISKIES WINES LOANS By bottle or gallon for family use. on furniture and other personal property at Both Phones LOWEST BATES, Coleman Bids., Prompt Delivery Everywhere S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention - Both Phones. 2886. well-know- 4105 Henry Street Homo Phone, Shawnee 13S3-- L. I 3115 CHEROKEE DRIVE. LOUISVIllE, KY. Lynx Set value Battleship Gray Fox Scarfs Battleship Gray Fox Muffs $05.00, 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 Fox Set value Ermine Ermine Muffs value $79.00, $112.50, sale Scarfs $90.60value $112.50, sale price $90.00. price sale price $63.00. Ermine Set value $195.00, Poire Fox Scarfs value Poircc Fox Muffs value $35.00, sale price $27.50. sale price $155.00. $42.50, sale price $33.00. Pointed Silver Fox Sot Klondike Blue Fox Scarfs Klondike Blue Fox Muffs-v- alue value sale price $112.50, value $45.00, sale price $50.00, sale price $40.50. $34.50. $90.00. 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. Home, City tflOl Cuiub. South OflO-- Y DOUGHERTY & LANNING INCORPORATED. COAL CO. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Office 803 Home Phono Shawneo B. O'LEARY & CO. HENRY GOSS Headquarters for CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. KOOriNO, QUTTEBINa, SPOUTING 2 ENIOfiTS OF II.. Seo ub about anything in real Roofs Repaired and Fainted Tin estate. We sell, buy and rent. j ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY 504 W. JEFFERSON ST. Late News That Will Interest City 4464. 20X1 "West Broadway, EonlsvUle, Ky. Homo Phono Members Here and Else- JOIIN MHMMM DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT where. frtat NONE BETTER d t and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue i HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General NewB Notes. Division 1 meets next Thursday evening. Division 4 will meet next Wednes- SOCIETY DIRECTORY. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embalmer day evening. BOTH PHONES 810. SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STSi f -- - i ( DOUGHERTY Funeral Directors & McELLIOH and Embalmers Home City 2008 there in flourishing condition. Bishop Burke officiated at the high mass opening the Missouri DIVISION 3. State convention at St. Joseph. First and third Friday, Hibernian Tho New York County Board re0 Portland. Home, elected Roderick J. Kennedy as President Lawrence J. Mackey. years. President for the term of two Vice President John J. Riley. Rev. Timothy Dempsey, of St. Secretary John J. Financial Louis, was selected for State Chap- Broderlck, 1850 Portland avenue. lain by the Missouri State convenRecording Secretnry Matthew 1818-182- Tho Oregon State convention, held in Portland, shows the order Indianapolis has seventeen candl dates for the first degree. ' Ninety-tw- o candidates are awaitA. O. H. ing initiation next month at Cincinnati. DIVISION 1. Council Bluffs Knights are conThursday, Liedorkranz sidering the building of a permanent Meets Fourth Hall, Sixth and Walnut. home. President Mark Ryan. Just now thero Is much activity Vice President W. L. Cushing. among the councils at Portland, Recording. Secretary Daniel Mc- Salem and Albany, Ore. Carthy. Thirty officers attended the anSecretary . Edward nual meeting of the Wisconsin State Financial Clancy. Deputies at Milwaukee last week. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Tho Knights of Little Falls Sergeant-at-Arm- s James English. headed the parade of 2,500 men at Tim Lyons. Sentinel the flag raising at St. Mary's school. Carmody Vice Supremo Knight was in Oklahoma City this week and last night addressed an open meet- F.RX.L.BEER NONE PURER 1 Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 Service?" EITHER PHONE, Sure. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE ing there. Cincinnati councils will participate in the celebration of Fraternal day at the Cincinnati ball park on October 1. Little Rock, Jonesboro and Para-goul- OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, t Climb. Main ...M"-W"'"4IW"lHwMI-lW"SlI-4 BOTH IBCOPri3JS. 2908-- a I MXWWWi,WWVt,ViKW 88 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. $'' Belfast, Ireland. Recording Secretary James J. William P. McDonogh and James McTighe. S. McTigho will distribute small Treasurer Pat Connelly. HOME PHONE CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y Irish flags for members to wear in Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Sergeant-at-Arm- s the parade tomorrow. Edward Byrne. Members of the order are requested to Join the line of march Y. M.L tomorrow morning in the jubilee procession of St. Michael's church. MACION COUNCIL, 05. State President Joseph P. Callan Meets Monday Evenings at Club and Miss Josephine McGarry were House, 344 North Twenty-Bixtmarried last Saturday at Milwaukee. President S. O. Hubbuch. 1 Both are well known throughout M. F. First Vice President Wisconsin. Schaad. The largest Hibernian State conAmWVVMUHVHWWHVMVMVmHVtVMtMmVMVUMHM Second Vico President R. L. vention ever- held In Minnesota Scheckler. closed at St. Paul on Thursday Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. $ night. It opened in tho Cathedral Secretary G. Recording W. Tuesday morning. Home Phono Sliawaee 484 Buckle. All members are pleased at tho Treasurer G. J. Thornton. result of the recent Stato convenMarshal Theo. Buckle. tion and believe the order is In for Inside Sentinel James R&dlgan. a prosperous term under. State Outside' Sentinel H. Pfelcer. President Connelly. The California State convention CATHOLIC ALUMNAE. of the Ladles' Auxiliary at San Diego was most successful. Mrs.' The International Federation of Hannah Molloy, of San Francisco, Catholic Alumnae will hold its conwas elected State President. PVaMl Vaa OcArchbishop Mundeleln written vention 3101 WEST BROADWAY 1 Mrs. Mary McWhorter,hasNational tober 24 in Baltimore, openingdays. 1 tePatrYBY. and continuing three President of the Ladles' Auxiliary, There are now affiliated 163 aluma letter oemmending a more general nae associations of the United study of Irish history in the schools. States and Canada, representing an 1910 November Election 1018 ''As Near to You the Nearest Phone1 Besides State President John A. Individual membership of 25,000. Hughes there were four Past State Our Special $3.00 Spray Presidents at the Alabama convenCOLORADO PROGRESS. Oar Special $5.00 Wreath tion Hon. George J, Sullivan, Mobile; Hugh Gallagher, Montgomery, The opening of St. Joseph's The largest valnei in Fuse-ra- l and M. E. Llnnehan and Hugh parochial school at Grand Junction, ever offered ia Flowers Birmingham. parochial Col., makes the thirty-firLouisville. Catholic eduAccompanying State President school and forty-fift- h For prompt delivery call 223 'John A. Hughes and the Mobile cational institution in the Diocese of both phones. delegates to the Alabama State con- Denver. In so large a State, where vention at Birmingham were Right Catholicity Is so young, having only Rev. Bishop Allen, Rev. Joseph Mol- Its second Bishop, this is a matter of astonishment. loy, Rev. Thomas Eaton, M. J. BSSSafi'BBSSSS7 Mayor Pat Lyons, Editor John C. O'Connell, of the Tribune, MEETS MOST FAVOR. " and about forty other prominent mMULfNQP I citizens. The citizens of St. Paul, Minn., are deeply interested in the estabCHILD LABOR. lishment of a public memorial to 'Flowers telegraphed everywhere " VOTE) the late James J. Hill. The most d of a million chil- favored proposal advanced la one to About will Ht year oy aa 4aettB Sot UX. dren have been set free from Indus- give his name to a parkway confrtpui trial slavery by anfactlon of Con- necting the two most beautiful ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE gress which almost rivals Lincoln's buildings in St. Paul the State FOR emancipation of the slaves. By a Capitol and the Catholic Cathedral. 1U If. amlwv, Xmtrria, X7. , vote of fifty-tw- o to twelve the of Coadboted by tba Xaverlaa Brotaera United States Senate passed the SOME SITE. CUmIojU. BelBtiSo aad BuhIbmw CongressOeuraea. Prsparatory Department, Lursi Keating child labor bill. Ecenomy consistent with effi- wiumint Pool, Wall BauiBMtf arauM-- man Keating, father of the bill, Is The1 Catholic University at Wash' ciency sad thoroughness. ington occupies a site of 144 acres. TTariM Melaref. Br. Jmmjl Mr. a Catholic. h. O'Brien. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty. There was a large attendance at Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. the Alabama State convention which Sentinel Thomas Noon. was held at Birmingham the first of tho week. DIVISION 4. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary had an elaborate initiation this week at Meets" Second"ond FourthMondays, Birmingham, a feature of the State Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. convention. Presldont John H. Hennessy. Among tho number admitted into Vice President Thomas Lynch.i Division 20 of New York City last Financial Secretary Thomas J. week was one by transfer from Langan. tion. d, 822 Eis1; MaJLo. street. - i RATTERMAN SCANNELL Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers Ark., are securing large INCORPORATED numbers of new members for the LOUISVILLE, KY, Columbus day exemplifications. PHONE CITY 859. The first Peter's Pence Installment for the Holy Father, amountITRAJST ing to $20,000, has been turned JOHN B. Papal Delegate, Most over to the Rev. John Bonzano. The Discovery day celebration in Sioux City will take the form of an all day holiday with parade with floats and bands. Senator Kenyon will deliver the principal address. sugThe Sacred Heart Review gests that the Knights of Columbus 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 should have a fifth degree, to be TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE. XT. conferred on those of its members who subscribe to a Catholic paper. Sunday evening, October 1, at the A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f Boston Opera House, John McCor-macworld's greatest tenor, the will give a concert in aid of the building fund for tho great Catholic Social Center, to be erected by the Knights in that city. Newport Council last Sunday prePeerless Common Extra Pale Lager sented an American flag to the new St. Vincent de Paul parochial school Due to the ereat demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, In Clifton, a suburb of Newport. and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. The presentation was made by Grand Knight Maurice Kearney and PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. , Cumberland West 69. the pastor, tho flag accepted by Rev. Herman Wetzels. Home Phone 1913191 JOHN F. OERTEL CO. WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery k, FALL CITY BEER THE Cumb. Phone West - HINTS ON STYLE. a st Moire silk is used most effectively for frocks. Many of tho now evening frocks show tiny sleeves. d Many effects are shown in evening frocks. Blouses in basque style are shown to wear with coats suits. Wool velour topcoats aro shown in lovely colors, cut on voluminous lines. Aggressive shortness has disappeared from tho really smart skirt for girls. Panne or plain velvets and felts 's are the favorite headgear of one-side- skirt hem. Suits coats threaten to reach the WIEDEMANN xxcoaroaATED Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer, at all leading ban and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, roelleat G RUBER S; DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. BREWING COMPANY'S 'i fash-Ion- W fom: BEN W. KLING Board Education. tks tit one-thir- at least Buttons aro The Best Straight Whisky On Earth present prediction points to this tendency In decorations. The new velvet hats show a decided predominance of cerise and INCORPORATED purple In their colorings. ISole Owaars Reentered Dial. No. S3 ' Checks and plaids, so, decidedly In fashion this summer, bid fair West Main Street Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 to last well Into the winter. Black and white, In the form of checks and In other combinations, are used In autumn frock models. Veils are coming moro and more into fashion , and ss a rosult wonFuneral Directors derful veilings are sold by the yard. Don't forget a sweater of some sort in yJur autumn wardrobe. Embalmers. RnirniNrt From all i indications these con, r venient garments will be much u ui JWMVfJM c .i. worn throughout the winter. h. w . cprncr rvnna ana jciiersaa Tetoiluae litt, coming followers. OLDBARBEE JNO.T. BARBEE&CO. ARCHITECT j and FRED ERHART H.BOSSESON Norton r r 30aK ISKTTXJOKIY TWIN CITY POPULARITY CONTEST Help Send Your Fav.orites in the Twin City JLeague to This Season's .jjjj, IRISH HOUSING FINISH. AMEXKMO-AJN:- . I v WORLD'S BASEBALL SERIES 10 VOTES FOR EACH 0J.D 20 FOR EACH NEW SUBSCRIPTION. THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN will send the TWO most popular members of the Twin City League to the World'8 Series with all expenses paid. Any player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. VOTE CUT OUT THIS BY BALLOT OR PAID SUBSCRIPTION. World's Series Popularity Contest TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE $1.00 This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for Per Year Club or Position whom I consider the. most popular member of the Twin City League. Contest Closes Sept. 30. Returns Must Be In By 6 O'clock, Monday Evening, October 2. All Friends of the leaders In the Twin City popularity contest are busy In real earnest now and are straining every nerve to roll up a big vote to send their man to tho world's series. "Bob" Morris, one of the leaders, was pretty badly hurt in a ball game last Sunday and has been laid up, but his friends have not been idle, one of his campaign managers stating that tho trip to the world's series would bo just the thing for him to recuperate from his accident. Ray Haragan 1b still sailing along at a dizzy clip and his workers say that he can't lose, several of his enthusiastic helpers being among tho fair sex who are Twin .City fans. Scorer "Eddie" Steinbock still hangs on to the two leaders and has puzzled many by the large amount of single ballots that has rolled In for him weekly. Kenealey of the K. of C, Sheehan of the Champs, Kllloran of the Orioles, Scully of the Olympics, Hlgglns of the Bertrands, Coleman and O'Brien of the Champs are all within striking distance and it is rumored one of their number is being groomed as a dark horse for the finish. It is said one of the contestants is endeavoring to get ten subscribers, which would give him 1,000 votes, an amount that would surely cut a figure in the count. The contest will close next Saturday, September 30, all ballots and votes to bo turned in five-year Jjj I BACON " -- a SON1 I iMrnDonr7acr"e"esBBwiBBBBBBBBBs- We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. The New Fall Fashions Are Lcfrely Beyond Compare and Moderately Priced, Three Suit Specials Of course tho most important garment that you aro considering at this season is a coat suit, and wo aro sure that anything that will enable you to find a pleasing and stylish suit at a reasonablo price will be appreciated. "We aro offering for Introductory Week three special lots, marked at highly attractive prices. The suits included are made of tho four most popular woolen fabrics serge, poplin, gabardine and broadcloth. In trimmings there is a choice of fur, velvet or buttons and braids. Tho linings arc of exquisite quality. As to styles it would avail nothing to attempt a description, "We could not do them justice, and the great diversity would mako it an endless task. For convenience they aro racked in three divisions, each division lepresenting a special value. You can thus easily find the prioe you are seeking. Churchill DownsFall Meeting Sept. 27-0- Morris, Mackln aboard for the world's series. The standing to date and last publication until winners are announced: .. 1,044 R. Haragan, Bertrands ........ 1,010 758 . 366 ...... 190 183 173 170 . .. 165 ... 133 125 117 110 110 100 ........ 00 90 80 73 72 .. 70 64 60 53 MONDAY THAN LATER OCTOBER 2, AT G EVENING, O'CLOCK, the winners to bo notified as soon as the count is completed, and the dates of the world's series games will bo known then. Only one week rrfbre and then all NOT Stejnbock, scorer 8 Days' Racing ct. 5 FALLS CITY HANDICAP, GOLDEN ROD STAKES, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. CHEROKEE STAKES, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2. ST LEGER HANDICAP, 2 4 MILES, THURSDAY OCT. 5. ADMISSION $1.00 AND $1.50 FIRST RACE AT 2:15 P. M. 1-- DAILY SEVEN HIGH CLASS RACES 27. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Sheehan, Champs... O'Brien, Champs Ohligschlager, Trinity.. R. Pontrlch,' Imperials Schulte, K. of C Dalton, Olympics V. Murphy, Olympics Kenealey, K. of C Higgins, Bertrands Kllloran, Orioles J. Scully, Olympics Coleman, Champ3 $14.88 $J8 Quality &&&f$$&$&$$ , $17.88 $25 Quality $24.88 $35 Quality Douglas Park Fall Race Meeting! MONDAY, SEPT. 18, TO TUESDAY, SEPT. 26. Big Feature, $4,000 Louisville Cup, Two Miles, Saturday, September 23 BEECHMONT STAKES, LADIES' DAY. TUESDAY, SEPT. 26 Greatest Horses in Brilliant Events every afternoon. Spectacular Turf Sports on the most extensive of Kentucky's Racing Plants. First Race 2:15 P. M. Admission $1 50. Ladies $1.00. JOHN HACHMEISTER, General Manager. 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 eiven the depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. Sixty-one-year-old Schieman, Mackln O'Loughlln, Olympics Thornton, Mackln Donnelly, Trinity Hogan, Champs Cronen, Mackln Lally, Mackln Chester, Orioles Bosler, Trinity. Scheckler, Mackln Voor, Imperials Bossmeyer, K. of C CIresI, K. of C J. Murphy, Bartrands Harrlgan, Imperials Burns, scorer-Mattlngly, K. of C Last Excursion of ths Season -- TG- 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. JASPER, FERDINAND And Huntingburg, Ind. Burke, Bertrands Eschmann, Imperials , 50 35 32 24 23 23 C1 Kfl ROUND pl.UU TRIP Sunday, September 24 at 7:30 a. m. Leaves Seventh Street Depot VOLZ& MICHAEL SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY 22 22 15 34 Flynn, Brtrands. 13 SOUTHERN RAILWAY 33 WEST MARKET STREET. ENJOYED BANQUET. German Insurance BanK Second and Market Under ths Big Cloak State Government Supervision. MULLOY'S COFFEE Corns, Bunions nnd Callonses Itemoved Without Fain. Ingrown and Abnormal Treated. Dr Uriah Both Phones 1120 L Litsey, Chiropodist Starks Building Is the best coffee value offered. If you want a delicious, inexpensive coffee, TRY OU- R- INSTRUMENTS STERILIZED JS0G.7 NE W BLEND 650 2 1.3 Lbs. Special rebate ticket good for 10c In trade with 2 2 lbs. of New Blend. Phones Main 1937, Good things to cat and drink and City 1938. a feast of oratory were enjoyed by B. n. TODD, D. P. A. tho Knights of Columbus baseball That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a team( winners of the Twin City SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED League pennant, at a complimentary twice a year; There MAY COME a time when yowr "LAST DOLLAR" banquet Tuesday night at tho Louls-vlll- o THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Hotel. Thomas D. Cllnes pre!( must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the sided as toaslmaster, making more than he did all season. The "hits" j jjt dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. 52rtfifULiU Rev. Father Richard Murphy, aspastor of St. Anthony's sistant church, founder of the league, who Is spending his vacation in Ohio, sent a telegranl of congratulations, which was read by the toastmaster, Tho championship trophy, a large silver loving cup, on which will be Fifth and Court Place. engraved the names and achieveclub, Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. ments of the pennant-winnin- g was presented by Thomas W. Tarpy. Those who responded to toasts were All the late ind sew Stvi and Shapei Capt. Frank A. Relchert, President can be found Beta at riinable price. of tho Twin City League; B. J. DAN J. HENNESSY HOME PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN Madden, Ed J. Wolfe, Frank A. Geher, Ray Haragan, Walter MurAlphonse phy, Henry Coleman, Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Ohligschlager, Raymond Barrett, King Foley, Magistrate Ben Schul-ma- n and Hon. Samuel Robertson, who all paid tribute to the champions and tho teams of the Twin LJKa ii"c I City League. i if 'mi The Last Dollar Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. w& gEgsg gggaggsaigi GERMAN BANK fiE$$$S3P m 4BT ! AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES AMATEUR " CHAMPIONSHIP. JOHN M. MULLOY, 212 West Market. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLS CITYVULCANIZING CO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BHOABWAV. BE SURE, TO CALL FOR The New Fall Styles are Ready. which excludes Twenty-fiv- e nifty shapes. Bring In players from its ranks. This Is also your Felt, Beaver or Velour Hats tho first of a series of three games, to be played in and have them Cleaned, Dyed and tho double-headsemi-professioer LADIES! Reshaped. 7l3WtJifferjM, NfrrtiiSMj. Tho Knights of Columbus team, winners in the Twin City League, will play the L. B. 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' The Colonels will play Columbus again this afternoon and tomorrow, being the feature a double-headtomorrow, and in case of rain will be played Monday, which is an off day. Indianapolis then comes Tuesday and the fans expect to see a battle royal for the pennant flag, although barring accidents and even If the Colonels meet a setback with the Hoosiers they should have no trouble in landing the pennant flag. It was stated In these columns earl in the spring that the pennant flag lay between Louisville, Indianapolis and Minneapolis, and judging from the present standing they will Jlnlsh n in that order, although the club beat us fourteen out of twenty-fou- r on the season. The fans should turn out in large numbers this closing week, er can-tillo- the railroads are offering an exClean Grocery Stores. cursion rate of $1.75. The winner "The Best For Less " of the series will go to Cleveland to Dlay the amateur champions of Orders for $1 or that city. Local amateur players any part of the city. more delivered to fans are very appreciative of and the kind act of Owner Wathen, of COVINGTON. the Louisville club, who donated the use of Eclipse Park for the Bishop Carrell Council, Knights game. The game will be called at of Columbus of Covington, elected 1:15 sharp. the following officers to serve the coming year: Grand Knight, Law-- , FINE RACE MEET. renco C. Murphy; Deputy Grand Manager Hachmelster Is jubilant Knight, John L. Thomann; ChanDouglas cellor, Leo H. Blrnbryer; Warden, .over the success of the Park fall race meeting, which thus James Carlin, Sr.; Recorder, Willfar has been of the highest class. iam G. Chamberlain: Financial SecThe big event of tho season will retary, J. B. Meierdlcks; Treasurer, bo run this afternoon and will bring, Griffin Murphy; Trustee, William out the star perrormers 01 me A. Byrne; O. G., Ben Bledenharn, American turf, there being twenty-tw- o Sr.; I. G., P. J. Ryan: Lecturer, ellglbles. Tuesday will be Raymond D. Maloney. Tho council ladles' day, when the Beechmont has arranged for the celebration of Columbus day October 12. Stakes will be run. pected that many rooters of the K. of C. team will make tho trip, as Cincinnati tomorrow, and it Is ex- 'QUAKER MAID' PULS CLEANING INCORPORATED. DYEING CO. 2635. 426 S. Fifth St. BOTH FHGNES Louisville, Ky. Where the Quick Meal Comes In Where the home Is brightest; Where the work la lightest; Where the meal la cooked best; Where the range stands 5fi Bsfeofli El where That's the "Quick Meal" cornea la. Qtiick Meal Gas Pangea Sold. Installed and Highly ReeemraaadeA the test i Where work Is quickly done; Whore cooking oeeaa real fun; Whore baking gives delight; Where drudge la oat ef sight That's where the "Quick Meal" comes In. cmmcniLij downs. The New Louisville Jockey Club will inaugurate its fall race meeting at Churchill Downs next Wednes day, with the Falls City Handicap as the feature race. Churchill Downs always has a brilliant fall meeting, and its historic St. Leger Handicap, two miles and a quarter, will be the chief event of the meeting," which will conclude on October 5. The Golden Rod Stakes are set for' next Saturday and the Cherokee 2.d October Stakes on Monday, With fair weather this will be the Jockey dab's record breaking meeting. NOTIIE DAME. GEHER & SON, ss 215 .W. MARKET ST. GENEROUS BEQUESTS. Sewer aa4 Calvert Pipe, himiu Baaaea's Patent Medea Pipe fer Steam CeaaaHt, ' Wall Caviarf, Drain Til. Y16e Irkk, v , Freeing Flae Lining-- Fire BrtcK Fire Gratc ai4 Better Tile, Grsaai Fire Clay, Ckhaaer Tap. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 673-17CUMB. MAIN S07. WORKS 13tfc4i Brack. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9tU and rfth. 6. )MiimntMinnn)HiMiiiinnni The will of the late Archbishop Spalding, of Peoria, disposed of a $120,000 estate. It provides for establishing, an educational institution for the diocese of Peoria and bequeaths his homestead on Glen Oak avenue to Bishop Dunne. The Home of the Good Shepherd gets $ 5,0 00, St. Joseph's Horoe for the . Frwicls HosAged f5,000 and sisters pital $2,000. Brothers are all remembered wtth large sums, Aid members of ;nls household- all get cash bequest. ad Rev. D. J. Spillard, C. S. C, assistant Chaplain at St. Mary's College and Academy, Notre Dame, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his membership in the Congregation of the Holy Cross on Sunday. Father Spillard was formerly Superior at Notre Dame. He was also President of St. Edward's College at Austin, Texas, and of Holy Cross College, New OrleanB, and held pastorates In these cities. In New Orleans he passed through two epidemics or He has seen Notre yellow fever. times Its Dame grow to twenty-fiv- e proportions an he first knew it. Bet AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE OLve us a trial for first-claservice. 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