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JULY 14, 1917. cy w Dow Wire ftMt Att MOOT l I TtHH SCREENS Works t IronTea Mtdtbf Will Protec.4 PRICE FIVE CENTS. k. 3 .! wrong. more Important aspects of the Irish Is In earnest he Is sure to discover Your in your question have been forgotten. Take righteousness makes that tho Democratic voters wouldn't you tho unmitigated busybody. You for Instanco the question of flnanco, think of a municipal ticket without a vital question, so vital, indeed, little concern yourselves about your Scott Bullitt on tho roster. Another that homo rule without good finance thoughts, acts, desires fact causing comment at tho drawing was the many differences might havo many evil consequences. and words, but you seem terribly of When tho home rulo measure now opinion worried about your fellow-bein- g Bailiff's race, which Assured According to T. P. on the statute books was passed, Borne by tho Average Prohibi- who uses in a temperato manner a Goes tho Limit in ills Support has six starters, and In which Mlko Perverted A'ersion of an Old drink of wine, beer or whisky. You posiMcDermott drew first place. Each of the Infamous Cummins tionist Against Catholic O'Connor, Nationallst'Lcad- - Ireland was In this peculiar spent Law of Noblest ItacQ Among tion financially: The money cast God aside, who tells you not candidate has his respectivo booston her by tho Imperial Government cr, in Interview. ers, but McDermott, Harry Leach-ma- n to juage ana condemn, and Amendment. Church. put Germans. yearly was something like $65,000,-00yourself as your brother's keeper. and Pred Heffernan seem to "JudgQ not that you be not judged, get tho call. while the yield of Irish taxation was only $55,000,000. and condemn not, that you be not In the Magisterial contests M. B. In words, Ireland cost more than A Candid Protestant "Will Not condemned." The beam In your Voted to Injure Bunks, "Wreck Kendrlck In the Fifth, Squire Schul-ma- n Tho Mother CouIdlNotlScll Uor Weuld Placate Orangemen But othergave. own eye and the evil in yocr own she In tho Sixth and Squlro John She was a debtor naDeny This Nor "Will Honest Oppose? Partition in Any , Distillers and Cripple Poor Child But Its tion. In Hlirh "nnilltlnn tho Im. heart you do not wish to see, but O'Brien n tho Seventh, ail look perlal Government limited tho finan like winners, while In the Eighth the moto in your brother's eye, or Kentucky, Manner. Itcndcr. Heritage. a prominent Bandana Club official the glass of wlno or foeor that he cial control or Ireland by the Irish Government: hilt H wan Avnronatv takes moderatoly for his bodily said that Mr. Nlsbet was a shado provided that the limitations would In the lead with Squire Adams and benefit, how does It molest you? You forget .that cme xo an Robert close American Opinion lias Made disappeared. ena when ho deficit Prohibitionists "Wish to Place for one is poison what Is medicine Candidates Allied With Brum- - ers say Hesslonlast twoup. while oth Art as Prostituted by Quack tho are leaders. Under the Increased for another, and levo Register Objection to Themselves Over God'a Groat Impression On BritReformers a Sad Spectacle taxation brought by the war the that no two of mnnklnrl nro nHlro Jailer Charles Foster will carry every wara ana district in Irish deficit has disappeared and and that about tastes there is no Billingsgate. Authority. the ish Government. Indeed. county, while tho same applies to dispute. Ireland's right to what may be called full fiscal autonomy has been Allen Prohibition Is acainat mornlltv Smith. Senator Charles established. Thus tho homo ruin Knight is suro of tho nomination Ilbertv. rclitrlon nnrl rnmmrrn annuo In tho Thirty-sixt- h measure can bo so much amended In WHAT It Is fanatical, (intolerant and un- - DRAWING PROVES Senatorial disIS THEIR REAL MOTIVE reasonaoie. Temperance ALL THE FACTIONS ARE AGREED the direction of fiscal freedom INTERESTING trict, while Will Perry has easy APPEAL TO THE LUSr AND BATES as to is a virtue, make It almost twice as great a prohibition a vice. The prohibisailing In tho Thlrty-elhgt- h and measure Of libortv an It was In Its tionist is generally a political should win In November. original shape. grafter, and cam not bo relied upon A Catholic must believe in the as a man or a Useful citizen. Train KentuckIan3 and Democrats espeV1XCENTLYN "But these are not the only modiAppended as though for explanaIn an interview at Washington CELEBRATIOX. T free will of which nro noaslhlo T. P. O'Connor, tho noted Irish par- fications mankind. Man is not your heart and conscience and be cially 'are now convinced that our tion to a very significant drawing nrnhnhla Tha only guilty In the judgment of God sincere with yoprself. Do not ex- Junior Senator TWIrhnm will liamentarian and writer, discussed should sav The feast Of St. Vincent do Paul. of Jeanne Stovens, the July number tho prospects for home rule in Ire- Orangemen have always maintained by acts, but by his free will, inten- pect of others to do'what you are any length in promoting his pet the Datron saint of tho sonlAtv. will land, and while not so hopeful over mat u ireiana were to get home tions and desires. God made man doing. Respectr every one for his uuuujr ui proniDitlon, nis support of be celebrated on Sunday, July 22. of the Masses publishes the followlaw: the coming Irish convention results, rulo at all, it ought to be the full- a being gifted with an immortal opinion, tout do not force yours on the Cummins bill in the Senate be- The members of the society through- ing supposed predicted that home rule Is already est measure of hnmn ruin; ami T soul. This soul is endowed with him Unless VOUlh.iVA rennnrT tnnta ing the tint Rtr.Ta- out the city will receive holy com "When tho child Is as naked as Ao won, regardless of the success or do not bcllAVA flint tllPV Would in. will, memory and understanding. and logic to convince him of same. Knows, the Cummins measure was munion in a Dody at St. Peter's u worm auu witnout a roor, wnen failure of the convention. In reply slst these enlargements of Ireland's The will is the faculty of choosing iiieiu is umy uuu who couiu eay the most outrageous piece of legis- church, 1620 Garland avenue, at the black fog 'and the cold winter to a question as to whether the control of her own finances. Ire- between cood ami ovii . "Learn of itia. T. am thA llfht fha lation over attempted. If success- tho 7:30 o'clock mass. The con- reacn ner rrj, tnen may the mother n.d Ulster Orange counties would still land should be supreme within her mands us not to kill. Under this truth and tho way," and Ho would ful, as Runntnr. nil In oilmen -- ...i II, ference attached to this church, a3 sell her child." yui n well as the pastor, have made w"u Tr..., hold out for separation, Mr. O'Con- own Household. No source Is Indicated, and we This is a pro- commandmant we are also held to not condemn, any one for tho uso iC Ciii would amount the bill all gramme on which all Irish Nation- take proper cure of our own life, of wlno or anything not sinful in Mun, mo aistuiers not to conflsca- - arrangements for tho accommoda- are led to question the possibility nor said: being al.Rev. P. Relnfels. lowed to tako tholr wtitV.r .. - tion of those that will be In attend- of proving the authenticity of the "I can not say. If you had asked alists could unite. For myself, for by being telllnAriltA In nitlnir A1t.U itself. mo that question some months ago, all my colleagues in the Irish party, Ing and exercise. We must bo Paloma, 111. bond, nor were thero any provis- ance. Tho general meeting of tho quotation. The only sourco from I would say they probably will; i can say tnat now, as always, our clean to preserve ions made to pay them for their society will be held at 3 o'clock which It might be taken is tho comour health, as now I can not say. The world effort has been to get for Ireland ucaunucss is next goods. RECENT DEATHS. to It was stated on the floor In tho afternoon at tho Knlchts of mon law of tho Frisians, who were, Temperance is one of the Godliness. forces which are now behind home the very largest measure of of the Senate th.it hnnVot-i.,i Columbus Hall, South Fourth ave as Tacitus describes them, "populus four Tho funeral of Mrs. Rozella Med- - loaned $80,000,000 on warohouse nue. At this meeting new mem- Inter Germanos nobllllsslmus," tho rule, the abandonment of tho that Tve thought could virtues. Virtue is the golden o years, took receipts and In the event of tho bers will be received into the so- noblest race among the Germans, Orange position by even the strong be obtained. Ireland could never middle way of action, or doing ley, aged Tories in England who formerly be too free for us in the manage- things, and is violated by excess place Monday morning at St. Johns, passage these banks and financial ciety nt larce. renorta of tho Sno. and these laws originated after tho clal Works Committee will be read, conversion of this people to Chrissupported it, the peril of the em- ment of her own concerns." and by defect. Any extreme is not Ky., where sho resided for many Institutions would h nrini,i t and a summary of the reports of the tianity. It follows that it Is out pire, the pressure of American opinvirtue. Moreover to make our years. Mrs. Medley died Saturday ruined entirely. Tho Wrob i. ion, the pressure of Lloyd George TRIBUTE TO FATHER CROWLEY. actions meritorious in the eyes of luuimuB m. uio iramwwj ui uor son, DanKS, tfto conferences will be read, by the of tho question that tho distress 1819 Wnorl- .. God they must be dono out of love Arthur L. Medfev. Hon. Matt !,.. J.b..r.I..emnI0'r: give her tho O'Doherty of tho mother and the labor section of the Mint t uiuuk ui LuuunniiM iir inarii nw amh Secretary. " will deliver the nrlnrlnal address. right to sell hercould avenue. The three years' term of Very for Him, and not merely to receive burno vvarehnnsA nmninvoo U4VMUI, 'i,i istry, all these things can not reo child. Wo believe UUlUlUg on T 7" w..w.twm main without Influence on even Rev. T. L. Crowley, O. P.,xas Prior the approval or praise of man. the subject of "Charity." This ourselves to be justified therefore "C "Braf. .& Ct that. . Manv ,vr. tho Orangemen, with all their dour of St. Louis Bertrand's church endthat tho quotation In xn,s doubt Prohibitionists claim that a man n.lthv In MAnd ArfAnrt alnr nn. l""v" " WOUld Prove win witnoutmember be a great treat, In asserting an interpretation falsely Mr.amlTMr . Impenetrability; and they may prove ed this week and he left Wednesday deprived and forbidden the use of should mako a question is must nisastrous to. the people of and every v Imputed to tho original Frisian and more tractable in this convention on his vacation, but bofpre his de- beer, wine or whisky will bo sober. haa' at all. special effort to be present. Tv. ilK.c.X..yr?1?l?. parture was remembered with traceable to an Ignorance of that a If a prohibitionist is a Christian he Ron. been tokenlithelV lYia HfMi "- - t luiiiuuinnisri .nt wnnh nntnn .: than they have hitherto been. u r mn son xottib riojd and now almost extinct tongue. FAREWELL RECEPTION. 'I have not mentioned, however, substantial purse from the congre- should not forget that the Saviour low ,iffArPrt tn mn 2nAMZ,nMa Iair lur? .r mmd opposed theuibill. For tho paits of the Frisian laws a force that may have greater influ- gation in addition to donations condemned hvnorrlsv "tta fh- -t oB back hat terminated Sunday In Tmm,' V10" Sunday ence on tho Ulster Orangemen than from the different parish societies eth his eyes on another man's wife ?i I1Lq.u?sti(m rI,Bhtfully belongs ment was morning when announce- we have at hand contain nothing of fatal paralysis. V made at St. Vincent de tho kind. There is, however, a oven these groat outside forces I and Individuals. Wednesday evenuesirmg- tne sauio iv ma iiuupie oi eacn atate ana that Is guilty of Rov. Father passago In many ways Paul's church to have already mentioned. That is ing a committee representing the adultery." The .desire and will to The last solemn rites over tho re- coupling proniDitlon onto the food Keller was tothat the on Thursday the quotation, ibut whichsimilar to ,., congregation, composed of John H. do Sin malcA tho oln Mvv fl. 1UD1Q mains of Mra Mary leave bill TlOW In rVmtrraaa cum... ....1. the pressure from their own leads nnt i,.u -A. Monohan, of NeD., on account quite a different conclusion. for Grand Island, in the other parts of action. God in all his laws nnvnr widow of John Monohan, wero held blackmail. of his health, tho hearts of tho twenty-fou- r The second of the hampered man's free will; yet pro Monlay morning at St Cecilia's All Of this Otllv Imnrnccoo v. Ireland. There is a large repreFrisian laws deals with the relasentation of the Southern Unionhlbltionists (no better dust than church, where she had for years it.ore forcibly with the contention tions of a mother as guardian and their fAllmV.hAlnirat wlah ists Protestant for the most part .1... been a devont She reneatedlv innrln In thnaa r.r.i..,n In the convention. administratrix of the estate of a themselves over God's- - authority. resided at 2117 communicant. and Is that tho They are to a Influence In Bank street child bereaved of father and not yet man against partition, and for a They deny man's freo wllland say tne democratic party bodes no good of age. It says: "If a mother sell very obvious reason thoy do not that he can noUbo sober unless and a daughter, MvC-KHess. .Ji0,1?.0 par& .an.d Beckham's nar- Qt4iarter, tho JierlUEe.otJierchlld,K want to go into a Parliament iu ruled by bone dry and constitutional luurau ia ino senate, according to the advice ofTJJrlends, Dublin, mainly nnnnnr9tBHBfflBlBBnftl Catholic In its Monday morning tho funeral of which was conaemnea on all sides, pruniDiuonary laws. Bnnr MBnwHwIlHIBflnnn the child shall have the freo choice. membership, without tho assistance snnnnnnnr But is this their real motive? Mrs. Annie Ruhl, aged thirty, wife ib out a rorerunner or thn TTnir when it comes to age, to ratify or or their big Protestant brother from QBKBnnaHnnBBno Ah. nOl Prohibition la n tiramln. of .TulillR Tllihl. of tha r!ni! firm nt uecKnam conrsn or rnnrinnt r r(rn nnnnBr disclaim the sale or exchange." ently Ulster. agitation. There Berborz & Ruhl, was held from Holy control or a arm foothold in Ken BnBnL&BSBnnl is u Hrant This shall be the case except "I believe also there is a consld iiaxrea, almost innate, in the lriniy cnurcn, or wMcn she had tucKy uemocracy. Right here In when the mother sold her chlld'B heart of the avArnoo nmhriiuinniot been a faithful member. Deceased jeirerson county that danger Is up erable body of business opinion iu heritage for one of the following against the Catholln rhnroh a n. wan a wnm.in of rrAnlnl rlfannalf Inn DermOSt lUfit now nnrtlnnlnrl.. tn Ulster against partition. People three urgent reasons: Tho first of who do not know Ireland constantly did Protestant will not deny this, and many virtues, and to the bo- - the Sheriff's race, and it is the these Is the abduction of tho child forget the Intimacy of the business uur win any nonest reader. Bigots reavea nusDanu tne sympathy or duty of every Democrat who cares by slavers; the second, famine con leave no stone unturned to accom- many friends is extended. anything for his party's future to relations between Belfast and the sequent to crop failure, and tho plish their end. ODDOSO rest of Ireland. The Belfast banks An the vii io nrt Mrs. Anna P. Brlnkmann, beloved gramme of capturing the Sheriff's third, which wo give verbatim: "If draw a large part of their money cured by an evil. The prohibition tho child Is stark naked and without from the South; tho Belfast busiBa-ists under the disguise of being their Wife Of Prank P. Brlnkmann. 10KR uuice. jwone or tnis is said In a roof and tho night of dark fog nesses outside linen brothers' keepers show their hatred East St. Catherine street, passed criticism of Mr. McNally, who Is an YHHHKHhpand shipi.iwilr-ocomes on and cold winter glitters In full power by trying to enforce from this llfn Mnnlfiv building, which are international UDrlellt. honest. VOlinp- mnn itrltl. Into the courtyard, so that every trades got a great deal, if not national or constitutional prohibi- leaving a wide circle of friends who clean record, tut he is the repre man seeks his dwelling and house. most, of their custom in the South tion. They know if prohibition be- niouru uot ueuui. .uesiaes nor sentative or an element that would she leaves two sons, Raymond destroy Democratic And his warm hearth, and tho wild comes a constitutional law then all of Ireland. Nationalists like John and Chester Brlnkmann. anrl n and It can not be harmony here, beast conceals himself in his cave billon and John Fitzglbbon for Inwines, 'beers and other denied that 90 alcoholic diughter, Miss Irene Brlnkmann. and In the hollow tree In order to per cent, of the political bitterness stance, who have businesses in the drinks will be' put under the ban; Her was held Wednesday In funeral save and preserve his life; then South, are favored with Ylslts every Honnessy, John P. Burke, Q. J. and as the law plainly states that momlnsr from wero of tho congregation St Vincent do Paul's thethis campaign Is concentrated In peoplowith sadness. At once a meet- cries the infant and wails and points day In the week by the drummers there shall be no class legislation, church. Sheriff's race. Some of Thomas Lynch, M. J. filled of the Belfast houses. supporters are disposed I think John J. Barry, M. J. Walsh they know very well that by such to ing wa called and Sunday evening to Its naked limbs, and laments from all these indications that If it and Leo H. Meyer, watted on Father legislation ono or tne most essential criticise the position taken In these a largo number of representative that its father, who should help It Jeremiah Mnfftirthv. thlrtv should come to a division on the Crowley and Mr. Hennessy, on be- materials of Catholic services will old, son of Timothy members of tho parish met in the and shield it against hunger and J. and Ellon columns against tho question of partition there will bo half of the congregation, In a few be attacked, namely the wlno used MoCarthy, passed away Wednesday candidate, but in defense It can bo jchool hall and a handsomo purse cold, Is now so deep and dark In a big majority against It in the well chosen words tendered him a for the holy sacrifice of mass. They afternoon at tho family home, Bald that position is not taken In was raised. Tuesday evening the tho cold earth, beneath the four 1023 convention." purse, thanking him on behalf of wish to put this use for sacra- South Twenty-eight- h return ror a promised deputyshlp, congregation gathered In the school oak planks, riveted with four stout street. He but only the "What then?" all for the great good he had dono mental purposes on the same footing had benn 111 for the sake of party har- - hall to bid Father Keller farewell nails. Themmay mother of the n. lonir barter or sell tho "Either the Orangemen will bow in his term and how he had en- as Mormonlsm; for1 they claim that a complicationfor diseasestlmn urltn IllOIlV all (I flltltro eumaaa rtun and thank him for all he had done minor child of and was critics are willing to child, before this or carry on their oppo- deared himself especially to the no religion shall be tolerated which tuny preparea lor tne summons. barter the for them during the nearly six heritage of theshield itfor she' Is in against cold sition to it outside tho convention. poorer and working classes of the has anything not in conformity with Besides his parents he leaves two tuiure or uemocracy for selfish mo- years ho had been assistant pastor, duty bound to and hunger.' In the latter case I think the Gov- parish tho class that do things in constitutional or national law. How brothers and flvA sIstArs. Win and fn. tives. drawlnrr for nonltlnn on h and also to wish him a safo aJourney Taking the last quoted . section ernment might very well be com- oyery congregation. Tho renewed health. As token John Burke, can a consistent exception be made, old Frisian law that suppelled by English as well as by on behalf of Division 4, Ancient Or- whether for religious or other pur- neral took placo Friday morning ballot Tuesday aroused much his in of love, esteem and affection for pre- of the quotation made and do service with requiem to posed Irish opinion to use such pressure der of Hibernians, presented Father poses? O, religion! what sins are Charles church, high mass at St. terest in .Democratic circles, but faithful work he was then Rev. Father Raffo very on the Orangemen, such as appeals Crowley with a purso of gold and committed in your name! little in tho Republican ranks, sented with a purso filled with gold. under tho lurid illustration In the being tho celebrant. to their patriotism at an hour when an expression of appreciation for though Messrs. Chilton and Searcy Among tho clergy present wore the Masses we see strikingly pictured Tho Catholic church Insists upon the Allies are fighting for tho lib- the great good he had dono for the and needs fermented or alcoholic were present at tho drawing, mix- Rev. Fathers P. J. Berreshelm, J. the difference In spirit which aniRipe In years and erties of Europe, as would compel order. Father Crowley feelingly re- wine made from pure grape 'juico Mrs. Catherino Breslin,good works, ing with some of the Brumleve ad- Assent, R. C. Ruff, E. Menke, H. mated tho strong halo peoplo, aged seve- herents, whom thev honn to or persuade them to throw in their sponded, telling how. much at- for tho sacrifice of mass. The purest nty-six InvAlIo Kellerman and A. J. Thome. Music newly won to Christianity and takyears, to lot with the rest of their country- tached he had become to the peo- Hour is demanded for the bread reward Sunday waa called at her Into their ranks after the primary. for the evening was furnished by ing Its precepts seriously and sinmorning her In Father cerely, and the would be renovator Lochner's orchestra. men." ple of St. Louis Bertrand's and, go used in this ceremony. ex.milling irom tne Because home, 619 West St. lost "What can America do for Ire- where he may, he would always re- the church needs wine for this following an illnessCatherino street, pressions of the" Brumleve leaders Keller's departure tho sick havogood of tho world, making a weird appeal of only two and consoler, tho land at this hour? their close association with tho a kind and tho pastorchildren a and to the lusts and hates that lurk In member their many kindnesses and religious service, tho fanatical pro- weeks of etomach trouble. Mrs, a faithful the human heart. Art as prosti"America has always been doing the hearty support they had given hibitionists waut to send broadcast Breslin was born in Ireland, but Republican Herald they will have friend capable assistant. The new assistby so many quack reformers, a great deal for Ireland. I have him. In Father Crowley's three tho old bigots' or as had spent over fifty years In Louis- a hard time coming back into the ant pastor, Father Carl - V. Hollle, tuted know no other remedy than who no official information, but I havo years he had erected a steam heat sertion, uitnoiics can not be law ville. To the charity she so freely uemocrauc roia. in this connec- who has entered upon his duties, dissolution and destruction, is a sad strong reason to believe that neither ing plant, new marble altar railing, abldlnc dtlzAnR." Tllfota hnira Ihoor. gave sho added a most kindly heart, tion Ono Of tho ririinilfivn Innrlora was also present at tho farewell spectacle Indeed. And when art is Balfour nor the British statesmen new altar steps, and decorated and trying to spread this cry for years, and was a true mother to her n told the writer that at a meetlnjr coupled to anarchic literary efforts at home were left in any doubt as renovated tho entire church, so put as is xno tate or all lies and and friend to hor neighbors. Wednesday of the Tlrnmlovo or nnti. the combination Is as piteable as it to the unanimous and ardent sup- that it has been classed by many as liars, thev had in hnvo n ohnmafnl Tho venerable woman ds survived by administration candidates tho leadSPnUTISM FORBIDDEN. C, B. of C. V. is horrid. port of home rule by the people and one of the handsomest churches In death Now they find a chance to a daughter, Mrs. D. Ross, of Louis- - ers were given to understand that by the Government of tho United tho South. T?nmln "KVatilr tho group of candidates Aside from this he vent their vengeance and mako na- vlflft! nlv nAnhAWfl gathered According to press specials oppoSINN FEIN WINS. States. I have no doubt that." has taken an especial interest in the tional prohibition, not that they Joseph, William and Thomas Bres- were Dittenr opposed to the sition by tho Roman Catholic church should tho occasion arise, that opin- children and the younger people of worry annur. thn aMira rt 9ini.i.ii. lin and P. J. Ross. Sho is also surtactics of nomo of tha to the growth of spiritism throughProf. Edward de Valera, of Dubion will again be brought homo to the congregation and his departure drinks, but to gratify their hatred vived by three nieces, Mrs. J. P. speakers and registered a Btrong out tho world and orders to Cath-ojlSinn Felnor, has the people and to the Government of is being keenly felt by them, the usainai. a religion wmch forces no Greeley, Mrs. C. H, McCarthy and can aown ror the offenders, warnto attempt no communication lin University,toa Parliament from Great Britain. The friendly counsel younger children Her funeral ing them that a repetition would with disembodied belng3, whether been elected showing their Iron bands or muzzles the innocent Mrs. J. McLoughlin. 5,010 He received East Clare. of America must be the more wel- grief keenly. Father Crowley went actions of man or his conscience; took nlace Tuesdav mominsr from mean a nartintr of tho nvn ah good or evil, is the gist of a for Patrick come to Great Britain and have from here to Boston to see w. . UM pronouncement by Pope votes against 2.035 his but which tries to elevate man's Kt . T.nilta "RrtrflWfV H, ..rltl rjnanlnTn concede that Brumleve Is growing .vtu.wM. onH tne most even greater Influence than ever mother, and from there will go to free will and heart in, the pure love hleh mass for the reoose of her public Lynch, tho Nationalist candidate which became ODtimistic Benedict, when there begin to appear in the San Francisco on a visit to his and service of his God and Creator soul, when Rev. Father Crowley would not conrdo him 2 nnn vnna Saturday in Now York. Members of Prof, de Valera Is one of the Sinn papers of the world all the names uncle, Rev. D. O. Crowley, Director by encouraging him to conquer or paid feeling tribute to her life and in tho nrlmarv. Tho t.io.t that ho the church aro commanded not to Felners arrested at the time of the of the Caseys, the Kellys, and the of the Youth's Directory, a home for overcome himself voluntarily. was the last selection In a lot of attend seances, even "those appar revolution last year and recently To memory. Sheas, who now, as In eveiy war boys. The election for the coming conquer oneself Is tho greatest vicnve cnosen to make the race ently honorable and held through a released from prison. Scenes of of America, have figured In tho term of Prior will take place Aug- tory. affectionate devotion." A uamuo vnt iui iiviuvi u&uiuai vjiiiuiuy runau is not a sort of tho decree has reached tho lowed the wild excitement folon announcement ranks of America's army and navy." ust 1, The prohibitionists claim that all President Henry Boseee and the nattering testimonial to nis ability copy of Wednesday of the result of tho ParOf the men of Irish blood in the poverty and misery in this officers of the St. Joseph's Orphan as a vote getter. Brumleve is hofle- - New York clergy dn tho Acta Sedls, the Papal official liamentary election in East Clare. country come from the use of al- Boclety request the Kentucky Irish tessiy outciasseu against cronan, America Mr. O'Connor said: "They ATTENDS ELKS' REUNION. can exercise great influence on the coholic drinks. Why don't they say American to draw the attention of but he could have made friends foi bulletin, and soon will be communi Prof, do Valera, the successful canand tho Irish situation, great influence for John C. Schildt, Past Exalted me House ana not tne use 7 Prohi- ia raoilora til tha fartf thnf nn Yiiltr hlmRAlf flnri follottrnra hv o f.laorl cated to tho laky in special sermons didate, addressed longercrowdalleged be or instructions. said it could no good, great for evil. If they give Ruler of Louisville Lodge of Elks, bitionists ere the same at Turks. 9R at Phoanlv Will a Tslnnlx will dlenlflod "flTnna I PTV Catholics have agreed that tho that the Irish peoplo did not want their support to the impracticable has been spending the week in Bos- Turks have prohibition as part of be gives for the foeneflt of the St. Our leading Forward Leaguer decree a direct reply to Sir Oliver The new memoer demand for an Irish republic and ton, where he attended the annual their religion, but where can you jotepn urpnans Home. Tno to- - mire, jui, uananan, turneu Lodge'sis recent book, an account of Independence. Felners, help to keep Irejand in disorder reunion and convention of that or- find a more ignorant, intolerant, clety, which has (been in existence aside from his multiplicity of duties communication from his son killed headed a crowd of Sinn town car who marched through the and in chaos, of course their influ- der. Nathan Kahn, Prosecuting At- Immoral and poverty stricken peo for more than half a century, cares this past week to go on the stump on of battle the early ence, will be mischievous, and torney of the City Court, also Past ple man tne pronKMtioniet Turks7 for the orphans, for Judge Sam Greene, and also to daysthe field great war. in The Influ rying republican flags. though even such folly can not de- Exalted Ruler, was the regular dele- Have thev tried nrnnlhlrlnn for onlv some or tne leaamg Business men a nana in tavor oi tne iiaiy-o- f ence of the war on. belief in im of GOOD TEAM: feat Home rule ultimately nothing gate, but pressing and important one or two hundred years? No! selection for Sheriff. mortality the hat been remarkablo Louisville are on the commit-- Beckham can now defeat home rule it may business prevented his leaving the Dut ror nearly fourteen uu wuu miaiiis ""'""i "t uisk uuiwuc mm auu throughout all the belligerent coun hundred ikv which imve iu postpone it, and this, for a thou city, The convention will adjourn year. Havrt any of itfoa Joseph M. Torpey and William 8. a considerable fund at this picnic. Squire Wheeler are Bleated over tries, but epecly In England. while Hanrahan, both well known In railsand reasons, and not when the war today and Delegate Schildt will be Christian sect who to strongly ad- Akoii vww,wv n vu.v tR) 001) Im twins' emended the Onion pi's nartlnlnatlon r...... vocate prohibition had any success In improvements iz over, is' the hour to settle the home the flret of the week, on the asylum. Senator Robertson's friends say it road circles, have been borrowed ST. MARTIN'S. Irleh question." by the Government, so to speak, to with their Christianity among the large additions being made to tne it oniy natural tor a promotion of no leader to advocate the Turks? None! Prohtbliloalete, you present structure. Certainly "What form do you expect home 2UNXK W FIFTY. The first picnic of 9t. Martin's handle the transportation endPark, Many were surprised church since Father FrancU Feltea the eanteaement at A'udu-boare haters of liberty and free will Catholic lq Louierllie will hetltate choice. rale to take when k emerge from rintojr Peter Dunne, the convention?' the noted and if you with to live among a to do hit beet in helping this worthy to learn at the drawing that County became patter will be held on the Mr. Torpey's title will be Traffic Attorney Seott Bullitt had opposi- chivroh grottada on July SO. mahI htm in charity along 1ty attending the Manager while Mr. Hanrahan will Irian hsuoriet and creator of "Mr. I free, lfthertv lovl 'T em clad yon arte me htMa wMuli jlm tint nlia attention, tot to much attention baa Dootogr." vat ftfty peaw old Tum-aa- (nlr Thoee who ooafeoilae takisg tion, all agreeing that our genial presariajr for thtt be known at Atetatant Traffic Manare I In themeelYea, HeWe tnet he mar tire aaft Ulster been obnoMRtrnaad a It it mot the uee a i4av ntt ahnuM natron 1" fit. 3a- - County' Attorney's opponent It not picnic, which they will endeavor to ager. Uncle Sam can well be prond looking for eaay picking, but if he taake on of tne Majgeat of the year. of thia efficient pair. lot driak tat the abuse which it aaph orphaat" pienie. the ether no In tome raapeett enjoy fifty more. HOME RULE HATRED BECKHAM PITIABLE ln-t- he 0, v Ai-A-n ..,..,... old-Frisi- car-dl?- aJ - slxty-thre- w mf ', it; Irfw mmU; -" '.-'- ... "eu nt - ., Haly-Beckha- m . lun-iumu- cu ,HnBL . anti-Cathol- ic Hn1v-nprlrh"T- Ti HK tftlKf - nus-ba- nd 'Iv tt, Mr-Nall- vn-ir- o Haly-Beckha- m non-Catho- lic chll-die- mud-fillncln- sr cs v.. , a. ;; Apos-toltc- ae m German-Catholi- c, ie .. - Haly-Beek-ha- m tht pie-nt- e. y, U-r- ae 1 br Com-mltte- M Saawr-tf- - A i ii c- - ' o- - '! HTKITXmOBrV- - I 11 fiZISH AMERICA!. - J '( J July 16 Euchre and lotto by Hibernian Social Club, at Home, 1818 Portland avenue. July 17 Picnic of St. Aloysius Uri4 church, Peweo Valley, on church grounds. July 17. St. Paul's church picnic KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTINQ CO., Intorporafcd, PuklUhera and outing at Woodland Garden. 9 July Annual garden party SINGLE COPY ge of St. Anthony's Hospital, auBplcea B DOLLAR PBR YEAR VB8CXIfTION PRICE, PUBLISHED EVBRY SATURDAY. to the SeeW tad Nerd MrafmemttA l Iriiti Aserkaas and Caftattf s OtSelalty IndeMod br Anoteat Order o Hifeersiaas, Yeang Ma'c Institute sa4 Qatfeeite KaJgMs ol America. 18-1- KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. COSONO EVENTS. .t.fr.H.,..M"M.frWWW.frM.j.- t - SPECIALIZING! A I; J.BAC0JW! Refrigerators ; the "Wisconsin Ice Cream Freezers; you would nave more ico cream and Peerless Economical, Sanisherbet on these summer Dry-a- ii tary, Cold, Refrigevenincs if von had nnn of erators; nicely finished hardthese freezers; wood cabinets and white enregular 'price $2.75 ; special ameled lined; front, top and at $1.89 side icers; are now offered Mason Jars; with tho white at tho following reductions: porcelain lined tops and washers; prices per dozen Former price $40.89, J are as follows: reuuecu 10 $ou.uu 2 Pints Quarts Former price, $30.69, 69c 79c "$1.00 reduced to $25.00 Jelly Glasses; of clear glass Former prico $25.00, with tinned top, priced as reduced to $22.00 follows : Former price $21.50, No. 3, dozen 29c IUUUUUU lO V No. 6, dozen 35c $ Former prico $17.39, Tin Cans; for putting up fruits reduced to 14.50 m and vegetables:; priced per Former prico $16.89, dozen 55c g reduced to $i4.uu Water Tumblers; in a pleasing Former price $12.98, colonial pattern; "No-Work" I44ret H C(bmihjJIom to ti KUCTUCiCX MMBH AMERICAN, 3G9-2- I of Sowing Society. July 19 Moonlight excursion by Wot Qreea St. Trinity Council on Steamer Pil- grim. July 30 St. Martin's church picnic on church grounds, Shelby and Gray. I OUISVILLE, KY SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1917 Canada, which has a law, whereas Detroit is in the United States, where no such legislation has yet been enacted, and where the speculator in tho necessities of life Is allowed to prey upon the people with Impunity. What Is truo In the case of bread is true also as regards many of the other Indispensable foodstuffs. It indicates the colossal proportions of the impositions practiced upon tho people at large by heartless, "cofood-control JIOl'K AND Ml AW the time for the Irish convention appioaches, a gathering that bearing will have an Important upon Ireland's future, friends of that long persecuted country hope and pray that all personal considerations will be merged in the common weal, and that the various leaders will have the spirit of ceding gracefully some of their demands cut of regard Vor poor Ireland. A give and take policy must be adAs , nscienceless vocated so that a happy conclusion may be reached in the convention. Theories must be pared down, exactions must be decreased, and through all and over all the proceedings charity, and the respect It engenders for differences of opinion, must be courted and cherished. While a perfect termination may not be looked for, If a good one Is reached that will have a free field to become better the great majority will be satisfied. CAN YOU 1IBAT and avaricious profiteers. Congress should awake to the serious danger of the situation. The people must not toe bled Into desperation. The poor must not bo abandoned to the merciless exactions of greed speculators. By all means let us have a law. Lot us have it without delay; and let food-control July 29 Outing of the Bandana Democratic Club at Klondyke Camp. July 23 Euchre and lotto, St'. Patrick's Hall, Thirteenth and Market. July 24 Lawn Fete for Visitation Homo for Working Girls. July 25 Annual picnic for St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Phoenix Hill Park, July 30 Annual A. O. H. picnic at Phcenlx Hill Park. J.uly 31 and August 1 Annual lawn fete for St. Charles 'Borromeo church, afternoon and night. Aug. 1 Annual picnic of Mackin Council, at Summers Park. August 8 and 9 Annual lawn ffto for St. Columba's church, on and Marchurch lawn, Thirty-fift- h ket. August 1G Annual reunion and picnic of St. Leo's church at Highland Grove, Thornsberry's Park. We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons. concentrated and con!i sistent effort to do one Reductions in Seasonable thing, and do it well, has HOUSE FURNISHINGS! resulted in a standard of CLOTHES t values that you may safely rely upon. Consult clothing specialists before you buy. We are at your service. 2 5 " i.-gall- t $ $ 5 I SOCIETY.' Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge J I IT? For years the mud gutter organ of the A. P. A.'s, known as the Menace, has accused the Catholics of not being true Americana and tried to emphasize the fact that in times of trouble the country would have to fall back on tho Junior Order and Guardians of Liberty. With the outbreak of war, as everyone knows, the Catholics came forward Hko other good citizens to help, their 1 I f - country, but this has set the Menace to yelping in another key. Tn ts latest Issue appears tho following: "Romo is In the saddle. She Is filling the army and navy full of her henchmen. She has subsidized and throttled the press until it is a mere appendage of the Vatican, and she will throttle the people unless they rise in their might, unitedly as American citizens, and throw off tho yoke." Thus the Menace roasted the Catholics for not being patriots before the war, and now that "they are filling the army and navy" in time of trouble jumps on them also. Can you beat t? . it bo enforced with the utmost C. lM. Ryan passed nnost of last rigor. We have no desire to see week In New York City. icpeated in our own beloved country the horrible excesses of the (Miss Mario Maloney has left to NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON spend two months In California. French revolution. r fr'H"I"H"MW";'HK"H'-K-fHarry Colgan left Saturday, to 1'KST TO COMMUNITY. spend several months In New York. Senator New, of Indiana, In hl3 opposition to the location of tho Mrs. Henry Fuchs has returned cantonement at Louisville, quotes the fom a visit with relatives at Men's Federation of Louisville as to For the Benefit of St. Paul's Church tho wickedness of this city. The 'Miss motto of this band of reformers visiting LUUan Kussman has been her cousin, Mrs. Arthur seems to bo "We can, wo will, Hostetler, at Mitchell, Ind. knock Louisville." PRESTON NEAR KENTUCKY Mrs. Sam J. Dant had as a weekand desire for ofllce actuates guest her sister, Mrs. J. I. end tho motives of the leaders, and Greenwell, of New Haven. Tuesday Afternoon 17, 1917 Night, Mayor Buschemeyer will win popular favor by telling these town Miss Thelnia O'Bryan left last ADMISSION WILL BE PREE. knockers to "go chase themselves." week to vlplt her aunt, Miss Nell O'Bryan, In Bowling Green. Gam?s will be played and beautiful prizes awarded. ItUllUKU IU pj.U.UU oiz.1,-- , in-j.- - uui&cu , jsjc CLOTHING SPECIALISTS I ,$,$$,sKS4SH K . PICNIC AND BARBECUE KEEP KOOL AT Hunt-lngsbur- g. WOODLAND PARK and July Amusements and refreshments for young and old. ; An excellent dinn' r and supper served by the ladies. Athletic Swimming Admission 15c. Ladies' Days Pool FIFTH AND ZANE. Tuesdays, Thursdays H$3S3SS$ Where MAKKS COURSE CLEAK. Miss Venlta Murphy left with the How significant is tho fact that tamlly of John Malone to spend tho the Catholic ohurch, as an organi summer in Bay View, Mich. zation, has been among the leaders spent last Mrs. John McClusky In upholding the Government in this week In Shelbyvllle visiting her time of need. Uncle Sam is being sister, Mrs. Ed D. Shlnnlck. given stern evidence of the fact Miss Fanny Huber, of Cote that one wason why some people Is here enjoying a visit as wish to see the Catholic church de- the guest of Miss Emma Leff. stroyed Is that she Is and always ,.Mrs. AIlenLong, of Newark, N. has been the strongest supporter-oof her cousin, Mrs, earth of legally constituted author- J., is the guest South Third street. Mary Scanlon, ity. Drive her Bishops out and you Miss Catherine Shlnnick Is visithave anarchy. If you don't believe ing the family of her uncle, Ed D. this, visit Mexico today. Shlnnlck, and friends in ShelbyBrll-liantn SIGNIFICANT. Where the QuicR Meal Comes In the home Is brightest; Where the work Is lightest; Where the meal la cooked best; Where tho range standi .the test That's whero the "Quick Meal" comes La. M00NLITE EXCURSION FIRST STREET WHARF. e, TUESDAY, JUJ 17 Mackin CQ.iincH 20,;Y. Al L STEAMER PILGRIM "dgjgliF FOSSIL Where work Is quickly done; Where cooking seem real fun; Where baking gives delight; Whero drudge is out of sight . Thnt's where the "Quick Meal" comet In. 8:15 P, M. Quick Meal Gi Ranges Sold, Instnllct! mid Uililr Recommended WATSON'S LOYALTY. ce vllle. Cardinal O'Connell's counsels addressed to an audience gathered In Boston to support tho Ninth. Massachusetts Regiment are applicable to every American in every State of the Union, says the Now York Sun 'itorlally. Among other sensible Ise things tho Cardinal bald: 'The air lis rent with a thousand strident voices shouting hysterically a thousand different principles. "All this Is poor service to this nation. "Let us have done once ror all with these bewildering orations; the one thing now necessary and the only thing that will stand firmly through nil the varying vicissitudes now before us will be this principle our country Is at war and we are 'bound before God to render It our fullest service." Nowhere havo tho futility of meaningless words and the plain duty of every loyal citizen been more convincingly and simply set forth than In these sentences. They expose the plain obligation that rests on the nation and Its people in a manner that will relievo the doubts of "those who havo been contused by "hystorical shoutings" and "bewildering orations," and they make clear tho course that will be followed, through good days and evil days, by every man and woman wlio Is untainted by treason and anxious only to keep his conscience clear. " BEAU DOWN UPON POOlt. Tho shameful profiteering of the food speculators continues to bear down cruelly upon the people of the United States, and especially upon the poor, who are positively suffering from an insufficiency of sub- -- stantial nourishment, has aroused the ire of the staid Catholic Telegraph. That the extremely high prices prevalent In this country are conlargely arbitrary has been clusively demonstrated at Washing- cans and against 'the Democratic And also for giving ton, D. C, by Samuel Gompers, majority. head of the American "Federation of Kentucky its hardest body Mow. Laborf who showed among other Won't our neighbor now admit things that bread, which sells in that Beckham control spell ruin for great old Commonwealth? Detroit at thirteen cents a loaf, is this sold in Windsor, Canada, across the Undei' estimates given out by the liver, for nine cents. Windsor and Census Bureau the number of men "Detroit occupy toward each other a to be drafted from Knntiicifv relation similar to that of Coving- 13,494, and of this number LouisBconomloally ville must ton and Cincinnati. furnish 1,442. The the two cities are subject te prac- drafting of numbers will take place tically the same conditions. Bxeept next week. a thay way be manipulated, wheat arid Sour coat no more in oae tity a vote for McNally Is1 a rote to 1 is la ' Beekhak. ' than la the other; ''fil-W- i or Miss Sue Ooerlng spent the Under the provisions of the new week visiting her grandparents. past Mr, espionage act, the Savannah Post-offi- and Mrs. L. C. Goerlng, at Hawes- held up deliveries of Thomas ville. E. Watson's weokly newspaper, Miss Stella Buckley Is home which has been attacking the army Frankfort, after a delightful from visit draft, pending a decision by the with her aunt, 'Mrs. Thomas J. Postoffico Department. r Watson is Brlslan. tho man who has been attacking the Mr. and Mrs. Kessack have Catholic church and charging Cath- been entertaining J.Mr. and Mrs. J. olics with being disloyal. His loy- Nye, of Toledo, at their home in alty to the country Is such that Clifton. the Postoffice Department must Dr. and Mrs. Louis P. Caspei keep an eye on him. So much for at Cannelton, havo been visiting d' these patriots. Ind., the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Charles. Ladd. PEOPLE TAKING NOTICE. Mrs. J. L. Velten, Parkview, en People are noticing that the tertained last week her mother, Mrs, price of coal has not yet been af- Alice Mooney, of Bardstown, an fected by all the grand jury probes Mrs, John Miller. nor by the agreement recentlv Miss Josephine Shelley returned reached In Washington. One thing Monday from a three weeks' visit In which was brought out clearly at Cincinnati, and on Wednesday left the Washington conference was that for Crab Orchard. coal operators took advantage of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Esterle the situation last winter to get dou- and daughter, of Little Rock, are Kelloy and ble prices for coal. Unless the hero for a visit to P. Government takes some action soon other friends in Clifton. those prices will bo maintained durMiss Alice McCarthy, of Western ing tho coming winter. It Is com- Now York, ia enjoying a visit with forting to know that conferences her uncle, Daniel McCarthy, and aro being held and that the Presl relatives In Jeffersonvllle. dent Intends to take some action. Miss Elizabeth Hannan has gone But tho important thing is that e to New York, whore she will take foctlve action he taken soon. Thei1 a special course of study at Colum bia seems to be a woeful lack of co Hill. University under Miss Patty S. ordination between the Government accomPfeffcr, Miss Margaret forces that are promising to save Jothe consumer from the coal pirates. panied by her niece, Miss Mary Ripsephine O'Hern, has left for ley, Ohio, for an extended visit A woman suffrago bill has passed among relatives there. the British Commons and bids fair to become law of the land. And John Kenny, of Jeffersonvllle, Is meanwhile almost 50 per cent, of home after a pleasant visit qf three Mr. and weeks the men of voting age in England Uruden with. family in Mrs. 'P. J. Cincinnati, and are without the franchise. A queer ho accompanied him home. specimen of a democracy is this Mr. and Mrs. Leon Marlon and vociferous champion of democratic family and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Drls-co- ll Institutions. and family are visiting In Owenaboro as tho guests of Mrs. The Poet'a idol, Senator Beckham, Marlon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. has been voting with the Republi- Hazel. self-style- EDW. EARLY Candidate For Democratic Nomination GEHER & SON, w Market st. 215 .i FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS MULLOY'S GOOD COFFEE Has been the favorite kind. The quality is the best and our prices are the fairest. Try our New Blend, 2 lbs 2 CLERK OF POLICE COURT evening, Juno 27, at the rectory of St. Mary Magdalene church. The Rev. Father JJrlscoll performed the ceremony. Miss Irene Schmltt and John M. rlonnessy will be united In mar riage at St. John's church this morning at G:30 o'clock, Rev, Dr. Schuhmann 'Officiating. Miss Mary McCann, cousin of the bride, and Harry J. Hennessy, brother of the groom, Will act as attendants, while Walter L. Pilson and J. Carlisle Schmltt will serve aa ushers. The young couple are both well and popularly known In Catholic social circles and are members of St, John's church choir, often assisting in other Catholic choirs throughout IlSp VHl p Special Aulo Delivery Servicn. JOSEPH NEVIN WPFh'W iHj- '- lit .r JOHN M. MULLOY Both Phone 1323 ESTABLISHED 212 W. Market Si. 1885. ....GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP High in He.ii. FAVORITES FOR HOME USE. t Low in Ash. the cltr. After a breakfast for tho Immediate families at the home of CANDIDATE FOR the bride, 1031 East Breckinridge street, the happy couple leave on a bridal tour to Chicago and other COUNTY COMMISSIONER points. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Primary, Auug3t 4, AMOXG S6ANL0N GOAL 60MFflNY INCORPORATED Tim OliKHGV. 1917. Home Cily 405 NINTH AND KENTUCKY. Cumh. Sonlli 415 Slater Raflelo, of the Nazareth order, who Is stationed at Stevens-por- t, was here on a visit this week, and during her stay at St. Joseph's Infirmary waa visited by many friends and relatives, Squire John J. O Brlen being a nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Tlernoy have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mls Catherine Clar- The, wedding will take place Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock at the improved. Cathedral of the Assumption, Mrs. John Eahey has announced the marriage of - her daughter1 Miss Vera (Fahey; to- James . Warrea, oa Wednesday which took place -- The Rev. Joseph McAleer, the eneregtlc assistant pastor of St. Patrick's church, leaves tomorrow night upon his annual vacation, which he will spend with friends In Philadelphia, New York and the East. Rev, Father Martin O'Connor, pastor of St. Michael's church, has been spending the week In needed rest and recreation In Indiana. Father O'Connor has been one of the hardest working priests In tho Louisville diocese, and his parlsrT-tonowere glad that he consented to take a vacation. He will rpturn today and conduct the church services tomorrow. Father Thomas White, of St. Frances of Rome, who has been seriously ill, is reported as improv ing slowly. He expects to be able to meet his friends at tho men's lawn fete on the church grounds next week. Father White's illness dates from his fall when alighting from a street car at Thirteenth and Walnut while on the way to the Lenten devotions at St. Augustine's J church. Father John KaUher, who Is still at St. Joseph's Infirmary, has been making steady prd'gresa toward recovery, and his friends will rejoice to know that his cpndltlon. is much rs 1917 Aagaat Primnry 1017 tp3ro WM. T. McNALLY FOR i Autos and Taxis For Hire BOTH PHONES 2399 ss .. r , Give us a trial for first-claservice. We are as close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable chauffeur tar specialty. Give us a call. Lee Young Automobile Co. SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. ' Pre, "WON, Prw. Triii. ' i .. 8NN0N. Mcr. t P- - Vice t T. K. MERIMEE. SKretaiy. OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party. SIACKIN COUNCIL EXCURSION. On next Tuesday evening Mackin Council, Y. M. I., will give a moon light excursion on the steamer Pil grim. Entertainment will be provided for all, young and old. The council Invites all its friends to jJR. BANNON PIPE CO. ; H ; Sewer I ; j" attend and assures them that they will enjoy (the evening and will help ;; WOMEN ON PAIIMS. defray the expenses to carry on the : Over 1.800.000 "women, are active good work that is being done by it. the farmers and gardeners in tne umtea The boat will leave m. First street wharf at 8:15 p. Statee. Baaaea's Fateat Lirfied Five far Str am Ceagaits, , Csaiag-- Draia Tile, THrifist BricK, , Wall Fire Fredas, Flae Lialag-- Fire BricK , Crate aa Better Tile, Greaai Fire Clay, Ckimaey OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON aai Calrart Pipe, 1 te. HOME PHONES CITY WORKS 573-178- 6. CUMB. MAIN 507. - ' n '"""ni"1 13th MdVBrwjicljaad Magaell. Ave,, Bet. 9tk A&11 ""iiiiniiiiiiiimin' ad lOth. ! jm h , ' i .. '- (f , sv f )i taLLtM Jtf..tti K JHClSJSnrXJOKY Readers of the Kentucky Irish American arc 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. Highest Cash Prices Paid for Horses, Cattle and Hogs At Your Premises. Also Tallow and Grease. ibsisk ajmceioajw- voiM3 RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS SAM L. ROBERTSON ANNOUNCEMENT ioie DBAD ANIMAIS Cut-O-ff LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of Homo Phono City 721 '. wl jCiJberland?-MaIntf7- 2 1 PEOPLES PKOVTBENT ASSOCIATIOH Incorporated. n was organized by citizen SLICED BACON to make Your Griddle in the A Read for LOANS Morning" oh furniture and other personal property at LARD, SAUSAGE HAMB, LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bldg-.LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. (InoorporattO.) Both Phones, 2886. "SOUTHERN STAR" well-know- SHERIFF OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August 4, 1917. CANDIDATE FOR In making my announcement as candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative from the Forty-fourt- h legislative Pleasant Worm Syrup. Kidney and Bladder, Blood and Liver district I wish to call attention Penetrating Oil. Vogtlax Tablets. to the fact that in 1915 my vote in that district, which is d Homo Phone City 154 of city and county preSeventeenth and Bank cincts, was larger than that of Gov. Stanley's. My defeat in. the WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU general election by 129 votes was AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT accomplished by the importation FOR Better look over your fans NOW and let no repair the of many negro repeaters. ones which need it BEFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT. COUNTY COMMISSIONER JOHN DRES0HER. coifi-pose- H. S. McNUTT , FRANK DACHER 1 1917. El J. UK Subject to Action of Domocratlo Party. Primary August 4, 1917. ANDREW M. SEA Phone City 135 GHILDERS ELECTRIC CO. INCORPORATED. 333 WEST MAIN STUEKT BAKERY AND CONFECTIONARY COMPANY SNEDDON REPAIR Hancock, and Broadway Clyde Sneddon, Proprietor, 0mk CANDIDATE FOR GERMAN BANK FONTAINE FERRY The Big Amusement Center ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phone City 6674 Home Former Foreman Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Specialty Phone City 6007 ENGRAVERS t&mlACn ENGRAVING COMl'AN 1 ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS ELBCTROTYPER8 Louisville, Ky W. Hala St., MS City 6674 Home Phone JOHN B. O'LEARY & CO. ville Co. Overland Louis- High JUDGE OF THE POLICE GOURI Subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party. Primary, Auugat 4, .;,,JJUJ CANDIDATE Class Vaudeville Restaurant Other Attractions Dancing Paulsen's Military Band New Kiddyland Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS GUXTEBTHO, SOI OOriNO, BPOtrTXBTO Tin Roofs Repaired and Painted ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY Oil West Broadway, Z.onlvUle, Xy. JOS. T. Headquarters for 803 East Walnut Street CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Wall Paper and Window Shades anything in real See Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. us about buy and rent. Wo sell, and Window Shades Made to Order. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. Homo Phone City 2 617. Homo Phone City 4464. E. YANN DAIRY INCOKPORATBD 508-51- BXrER CO.MPANY For tho next three weeks we are CITY TREASURER CITY TREASURER going to offer all of our laces at a Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Subject to Action of Dcmocratto Party. liberal discount. This offer is genuPrimary August 4, 1917. Primary August 4, 1917. ine, and It will pay our customers to wrlto us at once while our stock is complete. out-of-to- CANDIDATE FOR Alb, Surplice, Altar Laces FOIt Fifth ;a . ' New Location Market Sts. College M. B. KENDRICK JOS. A. LUDWIG - Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S LHigp SITnrtnr asfw,. JOHN B.RATTERMAN Ml it Business FUNERAL DIRECTOR FOURTH AVE. Phone'! I "As Near to You as tbe Nearest We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed O. K. W. O. RUSSELL & SONS FUNERAL A Special A FLOWERS Spray $3.00 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. Both Phones 4202 ' ' cilvs. Anson PRINTERS 1507 West Market Street Phone City 6659 WM. AUGUSTUS faMBMMil:iBP'' Special Wreath $5.00 R !fslM lHk M M im mkMmM .mis ftlaaV jbi n iyh :hc lj mW .. Xrfp' &JH 11 i y-r- ni . WLVFJLm IBEflHAT BETTER SCHOOL" 2114 WEST MARKET ST. Phones Shawneo 1243. Cumberland HfiXTH, AND MAIN STREETS West 1107a. thn Manapnmont nf aV a w 'w mm .. m P.I s IA K a . Y A , (Formerly with Spencerian) r. Mccarty is still doing that o work that Spencerian HWMflVWI solicitors havo told you about ft past sixteen years. Day and Night Classes. fiSJP fclgh-grad- ' I Successor to C. Molter PRACTICING LAWYER FOR TWENTY.F1VE YEARS Contractor of Excavating, All BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY CANDIDATE FOR WL vumfB. Special Attention Given Picnics and ConOVt Kinds of tourth Avenue Weddings. Ice Cream and Sherbets Fifth Magisterial District First. Second, Third Wards crete and Wrecking. 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Subject to Action of Democratlo Party. Wo telegraph Flowers Primary August 4, 1917. Phono City 4803 S20 E. Cassln Ave. Homo City 2000 AGI S TRATB sn FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER If nominated and elected I promise to loulrvllr devote my time to the duties of the office and further the interests of the people. Everywhere Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Primary August 4, 1017. CANDIDATE Phones'. College Offlco, City 7883; Residence, Clt; Cumb. Main 458. 487P; Cumb. West 129. 0B69VQWVMK9HV ' OINCJ Starts a Savings Account with this Bafe, conservative, Sixty-onBank, to which you can add J1.00 or more at any lime We add absolute safety and!) percent. No cost to jou whatever CO or the depositor of $10,00. The same courteous attention given the depositor of Jl e ear-ol- d DOIVIAR.. OWEN R. MANN Second and Market HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY BE SURE TO CALL FOR S. SHILOH HOLLIS DIVISION 3. GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Bis Clok First and third Fridays, Hibernian Home, 1818-182- State Government Supervision V9mOm99fm1m99m99999lt GRAN W. SMITH'S SON AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Drodorlck. Portland. President John M. Riley. Vico PresIdent-r-TIO'Leary. Recording Secretary John Mar tin. Financial Secrotarv John J. 0 m McKENNA "A Tu WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. $f Treasurer Sereeant-at-Arm- s Daniel J, Dougherty. Thomas Noon. Sentinel rPat Begley. - I Funeral I s DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, He Director and Embalmer CITY TAX RECEIVER Subject to tho action ot the Demo cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, 1917. LOCAL ItED OltOSS. BOTH PHONES 810. for uertrana Hall, Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Secretary William P. McDonogh. isi CANDIDATE FOR Mclienna, Distiller, Fairfield, H yM 9 51 YELLOWSTONE The Groat American 4. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATED CO. SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s nan. Sentinel John F. Burke. Thomas M. Dlg- - COIMJY CLERK SubjAitfoiiwTaction CMliiMBw' Primary. Auupst of the Dcmo- - TAYLOR & WIMJAJIS INCORPORATED. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, Distillers Of FOKTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" 528 V. Main St. OLD J. McDermott. VVVVttVtVlVVYMVlVVVVVVVVlVVtlVl I Work of the Louisville Military S Jtellef Committee of tho Red Cross, of which Mrs. S. Thruston Ballard Is Chairman, has attained such a degree of efficiency that it Is being emulated In other cities of the 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, State. The work of the sewing unit especially is being copied, since this phase appeals to women who aro anxious to "do their bit" in some immediate and practical way. Mrs. W. E. Richards, of DPHOJMEJS. who visited the Louisville headquarters, was so Impressed with Climb. Main SOOS-- a Home City 209S the work that she went back home 4M"M-t-f- r and formed a Red Cross chaptor in Owlngsvllle along similar lines. The Lagrange Chapter, hearing of the efficient manner in which the HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971.y work of the Sewing Unit in Louisville was carried on, invited airs. Douglas Morton to visit them. Mrs. Morton did so and made a short talk on the sewing work, with the 1 result that a score of additions to the Lagrange unit were secured. Mrs. James F. Jeffries and Mrs. Tllman Ramsey, of Plnevllle, also visited the Louisville headquarters. They Inspected tho sewing room and took samples of garments, and ribw many of the 500 women in the Plnevllle Chapter are making hospital supplies. Tho Military Relief Committee has supplied many articles to the' Home Phone Shawnee 484 Cumberland, WaSt 11 First Kentucky Infantry, and in addition has a large number In stock which will be sent direct to France whenever they are needed. Tho sewing rooms aro at 619 South INCORPORATED. Fourth street and all women are Invited and urged to drop In when they are down town and work for an hour, half an hour or a day, according to the time they have to spare. Chapel Free 3101 WEST BROADWAY to F&troBS. ilirroft illflf hlfl limnlrlnn-- ia DOUGHERTY & McELLIOH -- unanflc. factory, and on the Fourth of Jul wus imenuonauy so. GOES AVITII DANK. (f P 1th KY. SOUR MASH PURE RYH Louisville, Kjr TN CITl' MEET. ! Funeral Directors and Embalmers! BOTH le, Chestnut street, has acceptejflntl siuon with the First Natl where all Indications bright future. Miss AUgsjuVw graduate of St. Helena'SMiMwRl College, where she carrliiRif first honors In stenography andSltype-wrltlng. Miss Marie Mann, dauchti Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manj City League meet last afternoon was a blc suc- the crowd being the best In , while tho field events and games wero much enjoyed by ;.wln 'DINNER INCOMPLETE WITHOUT I i ow was won by Davis of Mackln. Hamilton of the A. O. H. sec ond and Konealey of tho K. of C. third. C. way, Mackln winning with the Hibernian team second and tho K. of The relay race went the same The 100-yar- i J. Jo BARRETT'S 50NS I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I wwtwHwwvMwwvuwummuvwwwuvwuiwwww 822 Bast Main Street. the church grounds in Clifton next Wednesday, and say they will work without assistance from their women friends.. They promise a fine dairy luncheon, refreshments and diversified games, so that all may have a Jolly good time. Tho proceeds will be for the benefit of the church school fund. INTO ETERNAL KKST. Much sorrow has been caused among tho Sisters of Charity of Nazareth by the death of Sister Cyril, who passed peacefully away Sunday morning. Her funeral was held Tuesday morning from St. Helena's, the remains being taken to Nazareth for burial. Before taking her vows she was Miss MnT)rmntf. Rlntor Cyril had long been a teacher at uoiy .Name school. won by. "Mick" O'Loughlin, of the Hibernians, with Madden of the K of C. second and Murphy of Ber-tran-d MEN'S LAWN FETE. game was third. The all-stwon by Manager "Boots" Murphy's Tho men of St. Frances of Rome Reds by a two to ono score over church will conduct a lawn foto on the Blues In a short but good conar third. d dash was ! Jl Yv L BEER NONE BETTER NONE PURER f 4gg Mackln and K. of C. teams did not furnl6b as good a contest as the all-stgame, as Mackln did not seem to strlko their stride at any stage, tho K. of C. team winning by score of 12 to 4. tha one-sid"Bob" Morris, pitching for tho Y. M. I. boys, was a little wild and did not receive much support from his team-mate- s, whllo the Knights gave "Modest" CIresI faultless support. ar ed test. The feature game between the Prompt "Delivery CALL NO. 467 IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Mackln, while Franz and Bossmeyer featured the K. of C. work. Capt. Frank Relohert was given the glad hand by tho Twin City Delehanty and Curran starred for OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. RATTERMAN SCANNELL I Independent Funeral Directors and Embalmers t ST. PAUL TODAY. H.B0S5ES0N and 810 'QUAKER MAID' Store. Tho Colonels will play St. Paul today and tomorrow, a double- header being scheduled for tomor row, and Manager Clymer will endeavor to break the hoodoo which Kelly's clan seema to have on our Funeral Directors boy. To date St Paul has beaten Loudsvlllo lx out of ten gamea, Embalmers. whllo out of the same number was only able to win two from Indian apolis. After St. Paul Kansas City XTSDXXR ATVSiTfTCrm NORTON BUILDING wiu do uere ana then Milwaukee, Telepboae 1038. N. W.Cfrner Ftarth sM JeffersM both for two days ach. The fan are still discussing tho Murray In cident, wnicn resulted two near Ht raw oj m MihNm m wta riots, ana" many do notinatrrse with ttw tor Uf. the sport "writers who are bitterly IKOOKFORATBD the fans ST. XAVIER'S COLLEQE censuring gameneeg. and lauding the umpire's These critics seem to forget that baseball patrons CImi Grocery 111 W. Iwrtwir, SMtrrffi Mr. do not come to the park to see an fcy tfc Cateet4 gtwUHUXarftriut PrttMn exhibition of brute courage, but are "The Bwt For . CUmt leal. n Bmm there with the hope of seeing good wre baseball aad fair umpiring. No one 'Orlri tor cSI or my.- -' deXrerW ay n the aouDts Murray's courage, but aH FRED ERHART ARCHITECT O'Brien, Hack and Ott renro- sentea tne unamps. Tho followers of tho Hibernians INCORPORATED furnished a big percentage of the PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE, KY, crowd. Manager Ed WoUe, of tho w,as there, although comANNUATj COUNTRY PICNIC. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f pelled to come on crutches. Little "Bean" HIgglns got a hand The congregation and pastor, Rev. from the female fans. Tomorrow there aro three games Father Boes, of St. Aloyslus' church Bertrands vs. Imperials, Champs, have made great preparations for their annual picnic on next Tues- vs. Orioles ahd Hibernians vs. Trinday, which will take place on the ity. Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common church grounds at Pewee Valley. ENTERS NEW PIELD. All tho Lagrange and Peweo Valley Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, cars leaving the station on JefferJohn Ityan, for a number of years and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. son, between Third and Fourth, will stop at the grounds. A good with tho Orutcher & Starks Com- PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. substantial supper will be served by pany and well known in social and circles, has purchased an the ladles of tho parish from 5 to business In Interest Heme Phone ItlJ 8 o'clock. The "menu" comprises Company, the Lebanon Real Estato Cumb. Phone West 191 and THE chicken, other meats and all the ishing town will make that flourhis future home. His vegetables of the season, for only legion of Louisville friends wish thirty-fiv- e cents. him success In his new field. Ber-ttand- rooters. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. 4X Service?" Sure. I EITHER PHONE, UTCOBPO s, FALL CITY BEER rr ATTILETIO SWIMMING POOL. SUSDOSfR FESTIVAL. N4 Lett' ul The Athletic swimming pool at Fifth and Zane streets is growing In popularity "with those who want tc keep eool these torrid days and little parties are being formed to visit the pool. Tuesdays and Thursdays are est aside as ladles' days, and many of the girls and ladles are learning how to swim. Noxt Tuesday and Wednesday a summer festival wdll be held on tho school grounds Goorge's of St church, Eiohteenth and Standard avenue. The proceeds will be for the heneflt of the school building fund. . Many valuable articles will be awarded and pleasing amueemeat features presented. WIEDEMANN RATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. at all leading bars aad eafes. Resowned for purity, stresgtb, GRUBER A DBUSBR. Maaagcrs, Leulivllle, Ky. -- i " a a 3TE- - XtE'XTJOKY i.u.' ' w-- MfcrSKC A3dOEWIO.AJB r. -- jt : '.ttim HXjDCbwQoytyWWWC READ THIS! STRAUS wcprrawro 1 "W-- W ijIBlBSSSSI FHF? Uwtt. i. "t i hJ J.S BSB-jv JV I HERMAN rousTH Avenue I . SONS market J ' j of street ihoney. All claims against tho City pass through tho hands of tho Auditor, Ho Is responsible for many thousands of dollars of tho people's ,. iSO&f ff ij .i t . l ' . ,Wfv,W32M . jaJ'jB -- . ?- -. r ' W 5 We Qive and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. 1 15,000 Yards White .and Colored Waist and Dress Materials on Sale -' I nm now Auditor of several LouisviUo Corporations paying large taxes nnd doing many Thousands of Dollars of business Annually and 1 liavo handled their business satisfactorily. I nm a business man seeking nn offlco that demands business attention. EFFICIENCY is tho only plank in my platform. If elected I shall bring experience, competency and Industry to scrroyou. JOS. L. STEURLE, Candidate for City Auditor. 1917 For such a responsible position la YOUR OWN business what kind a man would YOU select? VV ' ;W JgPHP!y 50c Fancy White Voiles 20c " -- .&vi ffi Extra special purchase of about 200 pieces of extra fln grades of Whito Voiles and Organdies, with woven checks and stripes; also some with silk stripes; theso are all regular 60c materials; 20c while they last, your choice, per yard 20 pieces only on tH W A. SCOTT BULLITT CANDIDATE FOR or,. tRv COUNTY ATTORNEY Subject to Action of Democratic Primary, August, 4, 1917 50c "White riquo 35c an extra heavy and soft finish White Pique Skirting; those are 36 inches wide; this Pique is well worth 50c a yard; while the'y 35c last, per yard Crepe 15c 25c Underwear "Whito Underwear Crepe; of soft French finish grade; 30 inches wide in plain and stripe styles; tho regular price is 2 Be a yard; Monday special, 15c per yard 25c "White English Repp 18c Whito Repp Suiting; this is a splendid weight forladles' skirts; also for children's suits and width and our regular dresses; this is a 18c 25c number; Monday, special, per yard 40c Novelty Sport Fabrics 25c Special purchase of 150 pieces of novelty sport material: theso are strlpo combination designs, l,and a full range of tho season's newest coloring; Ithero are values in this special lot up to 49c a 25c rd; while they last, per yard 75c Sport Gaberdines 30c rRHEr clal purchase of ono lot about 40 pieces of ton Bros, flno English Gabardines dn a beauti ful ranco of new sport styles and colorings; there are stripes and figured designs; if bought in the regular way, this material wouiu sea at 7tc a 30c yard; while they last, yard al 3C-ln- 30c White Organdies 10c White Organdies; of a fine sheer woven quality in a width, and there aro only 18 pieces in this .lot, and these are good values at 39c; Monday, special, per yard 10c 30c Gabardine Skirting 25c Gaberdine Skirting in a plain and woven design; these are 36 inches wide and aro regular 39c gabardines; Monday, special, per yard . .25c 50c Novelty Dress Voiles 27c This is an extra special buy of about 200 pieces of extra flno White Voile, with fancy colored woven stripe and check; all of the are yarn dyed; theso materials aro all now and desirable styles; they'are 36 Inches wide and values up to 50c; whilo they last, yard .27c Tissues and Voiles 15c Your choice of over 100 styles of Tissues, Voiles and Organdies; theso aro floral, figured, Sport and strlpo designs, in a beautiful range of colorings to select from; there are values up to 25c in tho lot; while 'they last, per yard ...,15c Dress Gingham 2,000 yards of short mill remnants of Zephyr Dress Ginghams; there are plain colorings, also stripes and plaids and checks; the lengths are up to 8 yards; they sell from the bolt at 17 c a yard; while they last, per yard 35c Madras Shirting 17c 1,800 yards of mill remnants of Colored Madras Shirting; there are 32 and 3G Inches wldo in tho lot and lengths up to 7 yards, and there are values up to 36c a yard In tho assortment; while tho lot lasts, per yard 17c " 40-Inc- h, August Primary 1917 R. 0. DORSEY Candidate For County Commissioner Primary Saturday, August 4, 1917 Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1917 two-thre- ad col-'crin- gs August Primary 1017 CHAS. H. KNIGHT Candidate For Ito-Elcctl- on 17c 12c STATE SENATOR Thirty-Sixt- h Senatorial District ' Subject to Action of Democratic Party. 1917 12c August Primary 1917 Allen E. Smith CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party The following section of the Constitution Is quoted to show that our present Coroner, Dr. Ellis Duncan, is not eligible for reflection, as it is unlawful for.any ono to hold a Federal office with Balary attached and at the same time servo the county, city or State and receive salary or profit. Section 237 Constitution: Offices Incompatible: No member of Congress, or person holding or exercising an office of trust under the United States shall bo eligible to hold or exercise any office of trust or profit under this constitution. Recognizing the above law and the fact of Dr. Duncan's ineligibility, I have announced myself as a candidate for the office of Coroner of Jefferson county, subject to tho party at the primary to be held August 4, action of the Donocratlo 1917, and solicit your vote and support. , DR. H. B. MECHL1NG. 1917 NOTICE TO VOTERS ORPHANS' FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. postponed to the following favorable day. KEEP HIM IN JAIL. For the Benefit of St. Joseph's Orphans' Home ' AT PHOENIX HILL PARK HIBERNIANS. Communion What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes The application of Flood has been rccelv He is the originator of the humanizing idea in the Jefferson County Jail. He established the Foster School to enlighten and reform men and women. Result: The Jefferson County Jail of today has won national renown for its solution of the crim-- . inal problem in America. Clean as a pin standard and at the head In the event of rain will be publicof the class management sane and practical. Press -and say so; but ask anybody in or out of jail. Vote- for CHAS. C. FOSTER for fdiler. Democratic mnAiAatn. tn v election. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS 1017 August PriniaYy 101? AUGUST PRIMARY J9J7 and Confirmation Late News That Will Interest Members Here and P. S. RAY CANDIDATE latHs!: lmA S CLAY HALL Candidate ForRe-Electio- n For Clerk of the Police Court 1917 LORAINE MIX euchre and lotto. Local members were sorry Father Crowley leave because 6 interest in tho order. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Division 2 of Syracuse feels couraged over the net increase ten members the past quarter. 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY Don't forget tho Hibernian Social Club's euchre and lotto next Monday evening on the Hibernian Home lawn. ion 4. Tho Ladles' Auxiliary many nice prizes for the1 JBL - FOR COUNTY JUDGE of Hibernlans are mourning the death of Morgan J. Heafoy, one of their most respected and Joyal dress. Omaha The recent initiation marked an era In Hibernianism at Los Angeles, Hon. Joseph Scott delivered the ad, W" Subject to the Action 1917 the Democratic Party. 1917 members. Let every member dispose of at least flvo tickets and the annual picnic will be tho biggest success In The boys who would be dre&ed in perfect taste on lie important occasion of r confirmation 'will find Boys' Store" finely jiped to supply their Splendid needs. and Norfolk ick Jes the very newest de signs; blue serges and other fine woolen fabrics, tailored with the greatest care to insure satisfying wear. Wonderful qualities from $5 up to $18 years. August Primary RUSSELL GAINES Candidate for S . ' County Surveyor Subject to Action of Democratic Party a44 X rTTTTTTTTTTTTTV 1" 1917 AUQUST PRIMARY CHAS. C. WHEELER CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY Sublet to the Action' of AAieilialAitieAe4iAil JUDGE the Democratic Party, AUTOMOBILE 6 ACCESSORIES FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. 11SL-O- S FALLS CITYVULCANIZING CO. yu' KABT BROABWA.T. Li?tc2 . j. s met Thursday evening at Dougherty Third and Market' McEIllott's. With one of the most successful Initiations ever held in Minnesota a new division of the Ladies' Auxiliary SUCCESSFUL. has been launched at Lanosboro. Divisions 1 and 3 of Omaha will The picnic given July 4 under the hold their joint initiation August 5, auspices of the Catholic Orphan Side division acting host. the South for the benefit of St. is expected tho class will be a Society It Thomas' and St. Vincent's orphanlarge one. all The Ladles' Auxiliary of New Lon- ages was successful beyond sum exof don, Conn., are Jubilant over the pectations. The handsome $10,000 gross realized, and 1917 4 recent Initiation and increase in Lnet result will was announced at the be a membership. The guests Included meeting 01 tne urpnan society to the State and county oflloers. The monster sport carnival of the be held on Monday night next at Ban Francisco County Board on the Knights of Columbus Home. At July 4, to raise funds for the en- this meeting all of the ladles and tertainment of the national conven- gentlemen connected with the vation, was successful beyond all ex- rious branches are expected to be present. pectations. President Murphy desires the of Waterbury, The Hibernians to say Conn., held their memorial services .Kentucky IrlsU American that 'whilst himself for deceased members in the Church did all they eould to and associates make the picof the Blessed Sacrament, the sermon being preached by the pastor, nic a success, their efforts would have- been futile had it not been who is the State Chaplain, women who for Denver Hibernians raised a large and the good previous to the day in enterday out sum for the Tellef of families of the management. members who go. to war at their tainment aided pleased to fourth of July celebration.- - Many He lsalso no friction announce that anywhere and priests of the city and visiting there was all of the members of the various fathers were in attendance: The Ladles' Auxiliary scholarship societies worked In harmony. to place not be out It at Trinity. College, Washington, baa say may the returns of "far indiso that been awarded to Miss Mary a graduate of the Aeademy cate that St. Patrick's parish led of Notre Dame, Philadelphia. This aH of the others because of the acpehotarship provides, for a four tivity ot the VeryJUv. Vicar General Oroatn in promoting the entercourse wth board aad tainment, s & Mc-Nult- y, Our ball team did well in the Twin City field meet, capturing one first and two seconds out of three events. Tho picnic committee of the County Board and Ladies' Auxiliary LEVY'S arranged for a two weeks' special tiip to Yellowstone Park and through Colorado. Every ono of tho fortv-tw- n rnnn. ells composing the Now York Chapter Is doing its share toward equip1917 ping the, ambulance unit. n.ro rtnlnf San Antonio Knle-hall within their power to entertain Catholic soldiers stationed near the Texas city. Recently military mass was celebrated in tho camp and t cess. St. James Council of Chlcntri hns war fund. Tho biennial convention of the Alhambra will be held in Chicago next month. At the district Initiation at Ind., fifty-fiv- e candidates received the degrees. Another class of about fifty, the third of the year, has Just been in-uiatea at at. Josepn, Aio. The Knights of Council 400 at Columbus, Ohio, hopo to raise 13,000 for tho million-dollfund. The reception by Omaha Council for ArchblshoD Hartv nnrt tho pIamtv of the diocese was a pleasant suc Ko-komar Six States favor tho tuberculosis homo proposition. Denver Council voted $1,000 to tho lied Cross Society. There aro now thirty-on- e caravans Li the Order of tho Alhambra. CaUlDalcn week fnr iha mllllnn- dollar war fund begins July 22. Last week thn rntmrlt nt rntrtr.Ti Ohio, appropriated ?1,200 for the' FOE County Clerk Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1017 Primary Augttnt 4 1917 ADOLPH SCHMITT FOR o, CANDIDATE TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action ot tho Damoo-inti- Party JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE, subject to the action of the Democratic party primary, August 4, 1817, and respectfully solicit your cup-May To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: I do hereby announce my candidacy for the offlco of i, -- 1917. THOS. Es HALL PRIMARY 191T AUGUSl JAMES D. HEADLEY Syracuse Knlchts had an elabor ate flag raising on their new home grounds last Sunday. Addresses were delivered by Col. W. K. Forty-Eight- h Legislative District of Kentucky. Wright and Lieut. Col. J. B. Tuck, who were accompanied by members Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. ot their staffs. A. detachment of regulars was presont and music was furnished by the Twenty-thir- d regiment band. w- -4 w c -- v m v w rw w v - v v - m m ftlshop Shaw spoke. LEGISLATOR m FOR BARBECUE. The various committees have completed their work and everything is ready for the barbecue and picnic to be given by the people of St. Paul's parish Tuesday afternoon and night at Woodland Park, Preston street, near Kentucky, Those.ln charge will leave nothing undone that all who attend enjoy the, day to the fullest extent. During the afternoon and evening the usual games will be played and beautiful prizes will be awarded. In addition there will be other amusement attractions for young and old and an excellent dinner and supper will be served by the ladles. Rev. Eugene Doaohoe, the pastor, and the congregation will be glad to have everybody with them on this day. Admission will be free. i nt: numb i fcLfcpnuJNK net-wor- Is the ever willing servant of those who will use it, giving them power to trans- k mit their voice over a of wires to many points in the Stale of Kentucky and elsewhere. Economical-Effici- ent ReliableService ! Louisville Home Telephone Company f vvt ' INCORFOXATH) -- T .'.S.