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TARPY'S Kentucky NO. 3. i IRISH AMERICAN hypocritical attitude dwells on the charges made against the local Democratic leaders and administration by the little coterie of disgruntled Brumleve speakers and affects to impress its readers that tho sorehead sayings of the are published as a matter of news instead of as a first aid to the Chilton-Searc- y Republican machine. Attorney Clem Hugglns is doing the community a service In exposing the connection between tho Brumleve macrowd and the Chilton-Searc- y chine and day. by day men who are real Democrats are deserting the knockers' camp. If' tho Herald wants to discuss election wickedness It need not go back any farther than last year when tho Chilton-Searc- y e machine robbed Dr. Ryans and Conkllng In a manner that would- have put Jesse James or Capt. Kidd to shame. In tho south end of. the Eighth and Ninth wards tho returns were 99 to 1 and similar figures and all of this done openly. Incidentally Joe Conkllng, a Republican leader and worker of long years standing, was present to see his brother slaughtered, and the story goes that Joe advised his youUger brother to get out of the party which stood for such offenses. On this Infamous primary the Herald Is wisely silent. It is noticeable at tho dlfforent speakings that much attention Is being paid by the voters to the respective claimants for County Commissioner, and Senator McNutt, Joe Nevln, Joe Ludwig, Squire Dor-se- y and Squire Muenninghoff have been putting in some telling licks with the voters. It is reported that Judge Bingham will take tho stump for tho allied three, composed of Bingham, Scholz and Cox, in the next few days. Charles J. Vellng, formerly of the State Auditor's office, is handling tho campaign for the latter three. Tho next big event in Democratic circles is the outing of the Bandana Club at the Klondyko camp, July 29, and in expectation of a they say John capacity crowd Gruber, Tom O'Mara, Will Connelly, Barney Campbell and Ed Huechtker, of the Committee of Arrangements, are already 'busy preparing sandwiches for the occasion. down-and-outers SCREENS MtAtbf Dow PllOllO Wirt & Iron Works Will Protect Yen T-L- LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS. and for the people,' might be firmly established and might lpng endure." A prominent figure Jn the United States Senate, In speaking of the d reenthusiastic and sponse of Catholics to tho call of the Government - in the present crisis, said that in his opinion the part played by Catholics in the present war would do more to forever obliterate prejudice than anything that has ever happened. This Senator said he personally know more than one member of Congress who had been openly that now had a change of heart, in the face of the tremendous Catholic response to defend the nation. whole-souleanti-Cathol- ic K. "Will Of C tho marines, and ho accompanied tho sea soldiers on their trip acrdss. Father Brady was educated at and was ordained nine years ago Ho was mado a chaplain in tho navy in September, 1914. Dun-wood- le BECKHAM WATSON What a Fellow Georgian Has to Say of His Notorious Neighbor. Close ltango View of Archpricst of .Bigotry aud ViciousAbuse. - IRELAND Sir Horace I'ltmkctt' Believes Coming Convention Will . ' Social Welfare of Our Soldier Boys. IiOk After tho Moral and THE DATE SET. IPranier Lloyd Georgo Friday in the House of Commons afternoon that tho Irish convention would meet July 25 to ileal wlta. preliminary business, including the j Not Present at Hearing of Bankers' and Distillery Men's announced Protests. Succeed. Plan Adopted by tho Supreme Board to Promote Great Work. Activities Subject to Approval of Our Right Itcvcroud Bishop. ) U1 According to London press dispatches Sir Horace Plunkett, In a statement In reply to a question as Tom Watson, of wido known to whether ho was in agreement It was especially noticeable to It being the intention of the Surepute, has fallen upon evil days. Kentucky Democrats that our prowith the view that the election or premo Board of Directors of the hibitionist Senator Beckham was Posing as a unique champion of Edward do Valora, a Sinn Felner, Knights of Columbus to adopt a not present to hear tho protests of as a member of Parliament for East Sunon-pur- e plan by which all Catholics, regard'Americanism by seeking Louisville bankers and distillers in Clare, killed tho prospects of a conless of membership in the order, to cast doubt and suspicion on the Washington Wednesday, and many may their efforts in vention in Ireland to consider homo loyalty of Catholics, he has turned are wondering what the Loulsvillo rule, said in part: the promotion of the work at the to a new zone .of His tho delegation thought of his action. recreation camps throughout "The Republicans are not the efforts seem to meet with scant country, the Louisville Knights will ceed. only extremists. There are quite as Senator Ollie James arranged the appreciation If we 'are' to take tho many people who are seriously opwork in conjunction with the Cath- ' Tho Premier said he was glad to conference, which was attended by verdict of tho Dalton Citizen as a olic Conservation Council recently acknowledge tho admirable public Senators Gore, Lodge, posed to any change at all as favor McCumber, criterion. formed for the purpose. The Cath- spirit displayed in the offers of Williams and Smith, and statements complete separation. Tho convenAfter pointing out Watson's anti- olic Conservation Council Is an out- many public buildings in Dublin for were made by Percy Johnston, tion's work will be to show that draft agitation nnd roundly con growth of tho Federation of Cath- tho sittings of the convention, and Embry Swearingen and Judge Alex. neither policy is practicable nor de demning tho same, tho newspaper olic Societies. Tho objects and alms ho hoped soon to bo in a position P. Humphrey, of this city, and E. T. sirable and to find an acceptable in question in a reecnt editorial are t.i make a definite announcement Franks, of Covington. The of the Conservation Council compromise between them. It will makes some very pertinent remarks, of tho morals of the regarding this. The Government, told of the awful blow it bankers conservation bo a difficult and protracted task, would from which we quote but a few: young men who may bo tho Premier declared, would do its mean to many of our financial InCathollo but there will bo a substantial ma"Recently ho has been going quartered at tho cantonoment now utmost to assist the convention. jority. The convention Is determstitutions if tho drastic prohibition down fast, llko the drunkard who being located near tho city of ined to see It through, and I believe law was passed and that the injury refuse's to see the breakers ahead, o Louisville and to devise and HO.ME LAWN FETE. to our banks would also bo injuriIt will succeed." and continues his excessive Indulways and means to encourage ous to so many other lines of busi Glnnell, Laurence gence in the liquid that brings both Nationalist and assist the Catholic soldiers so In our columns has appeared ness, as in crippling the resources member of Parliament for the north disgrace and destruction. He has quartered in the practice and per notice of a lawn fete to be given f our financial institutions the blow division of Westmeath, has anworn his catnonc 'issue' tnreau- 0A n formance of their religious duties; nn fpMrte$fir ntTAnlnn Tittt would affect those who from time nounced the resignation of his seat bare, and as tho Macon Telegraph to have discretionary pow.ers RED CROSS NEWS. In Parliament and says he will join pointedly' observes, the Frank 'issue' broaden and enlarge the scope of tho visitation Home for Working to time need to borrow money In uiea wun xne election oi xiuzn yor- its activities so as to embrace the Glrla- Tho visitation Home would carrying out business deals. LouisResponding to tho request Of Mrs the Sinn Felners. Laurence Glnnell for many years furnishing- of whatever intellectual , ho cpodIt to nv denomination, and ville Democrats are wondering what SBallard Chairman of has been an uncompromising critic ?s Just about out of soap, and it is, and material requirements and bod- It is with Just pride that Catholics Banker James B. Brown thinks of 0 " w,u"""iB' of the Government In Parliament. jmui, of his protege, as In the extremity or Impending ily comforts that may appear ger- claim It and point to it as their the attitude RECENT DEATHS. Beckham and his candidate allies fully with own. mane and to aster to his unworthy bark and Its more than a scoro of volunteer Since the war ho has been par"By their fruits ye shall have always been given hearty supworkers are serving with ticularly strong In attacks on varismall crew of misguided, often the duly constituted authorities. know them." What are the fruits port here by Mr. Brown. Tho last solemn rites ever the re- norant, followers mat ne goes ionn mo sewing unu oi xne uea uross ous policies of the Government. At All of its activities will be under of tho Visitation Home? It also t, of Edward tiynes, aged of the Louisville ono time ho suggested that neutral the supervision and subject to the These are a few: It houses In brings to mind Beckham's famous mains were held Saturday afternoon to seek to enlist new followers by at headquarters supplies approval of tho Right Reverend moral safety and physical comfort saying on election night in J914 from the divers examine the wreck of tho opposing the Government when it Chapter. All at St. Cecilia's church. He resided Is at war with the greatest military Loulsvillo Chapter will go direct to steamer Lusltanla for arms and Bishop. Louisville's unprotected business when he said that he never could at 2108 High street and for some the points where they will bo used. ammunition, and later was rebuked The following officers .have been girls, irrespective of creed. power In the world ." It forget Loulsvillo for the enormous chosen of the Conservation Council: serves abundantly and attractively majority given him here against time before his death had been emAgain we are told "Georgia has They will not be repacked at any by Chancellor McKenna for suggestployed by the city. Left to mourn suffered much on account of Wat- - other station either In America or ing that the British were killing General Chairman P. H. Calla- three excellent meals a day. It has one of its own townsmen, chilAny one who can sew German prisoners. After tho recent han. son. . . ." And what we have long Europe. the "real homo" atmosphere and the Willson, and incidentally this ma his loss are his wlfo and seven welcomed at 619 South Irish rebellion he attacked tho GovVlco Chairman E. J. Cooney. jority saved our prohibition Senator dren. contended is substantiated by the w,mJ? street welfare of tho boarders at heart. Secretary John J. Shelley. at any time whether ernment for executing the leaders of says It frequently provides excellent po- from defeat. Mrs. Mary O'Nell, editorial, which ever In conclusion: .fourth of The Treasurer Jacob J Hubbuch. Events or the present week show beloved funeral of John H. O'Nell, "What has ho done for his! they como to work half an hour, the movement, and several times boarders. sitions for unemployed wife ,. .. a day, a week or a month. Miss afterward spoke on the subject of An executive committee of nine It renders available the' sincere that the n alliance re- 1721 Rowan street topk place j.i.,j..i members, six laymen and , three heart interest of the kind and good gard Democracy as a secondary conHarriet Anderson, formerly Super- - the rebellion. Several times ho was morning "front St. Patrick's them and brine them .misery and Saturday Mercy in charge. Sisters of called . to order and finally was sideration and the forty-fochurch. committee, which shall ejected from the Houso of Commons The Visitation Home has demon followers will combine with Repub- years old Mrs. O'Nell wasin high eswas held and confer with a similar committee of strated that with a little aid It can licans, 'Prohibitionists or any other for an insult to Homo Secretary teem by all who knew her. Besides any organization to take active part help Itself, and the donor in con faction to achieve their Samuels. virtues? It was Glnnell who ends. As three in .any moral movement mauguratea tributing to its cause feels that he an instance, it will be remembered her husband she leaves twelve chil- plcion are a close cardinal verdict of Chapter and arrlve9 today t0 tak6 recorded as tho only member was range of Such is dren. , her duUes on Monday, for the purification of the city and has b to many of rcal Parliament to yote In tho negatlvo 'Clerk the the archprlest of bigotry, who seems Mlgg Ed,th haa accepted pn a its environments and resultant that hls contributIpn has been well that Rodman Keenon,member of the resolution expiessing Great Court of Appeals and of sorrow in St. Mar- to have lost all power of discretion the posmon of secretary nnd S,u- There Is resulting will State Election Board by virtue of tin's parish much tho death of Henry irom jyuB piucuce u w . that-th? J " perlntendent of tho Fourth street Britain's appreciation of the entry e over .. ........ o- H,.vmvu mere is a his office, combined with the Repubincrease ana Clay street, on abuse of the reputation of his fel- - neadauarters. was of the United States Into the war. Mlba Lovell John A. real pleasure muiuniv. W. Schuhmann, D. D in giving when the lics n. member last year to select Heyeus, 832 South flfty-sl- x C. B. of C. V. From Dublin comes news that tho years low citizens. Monday. He was Doyle, L. J. Mackey. Secretary to William E. Morrow durone's generosity are so 9 ing the period of 'the activity of the national convention will assemble has been fruits of effective as actually shown Election Commissioners opposed to old and had suffered a long .illness. The week of July obviously PLANNING IRISH REPUBLIC. Mayor's Committee on Unemploy- July 25 in Regent House of Trinity set apart as campaign week for the by the Visitation Home. Facts are Gov. Stanley and other Democrats. Surviving him are his wife Mrs. Josephino Heyens, and several sons ment In the early part of 1915. She College, according to official anCatholic war fund, and every Cath- the most satisfactory thing dn the Keenon of course la a follower. This performance and daughters. Funeral ' services Darrel Figgis announces that ho will be In charge of the working nouncement. The Chief Secretary olic man and woman in the city world to deal with. Come down and headquar-pla- n of Ireland, H. E. Duke, will presido a 'force at the Fourth-strewill be repeated again this year, and were held Thursday morning with and his friends are perfecting will be expected to do his and her Inspection tour of tho Visi- ypt some mass.until the convention chooses Its own are to criticise part toward contributing to the take an Home. to establish an Irish republic ters. tation It will prove its anyone paying disposedback In their requiem high good cause. A great responsibility claims, and then wo know you wUl them On ono day this week the Louls-sha- jl Chairman. It is expected that the with a provisional council which proceedings will be private, but On Monday tho death of Constanpresent its claim for recognl-- . vllle Chapter took In twenty-nin-e has been placed upon tho Knights not only attend the lawn fete, b it own coin. Beckham stumped the of Columbus by tho War Depart- will go in a willing and generous State with O'Rear, a Republican tino Boes, husband of Mrs. Mar- tlon to the Peace Congress which j new members a number equal to probably an official record will bo ment in designating the order as mood. leader, preaching prohibition Jointly, garet Boes, occurred at his home, shall bring the war to an end. At the growth of the entire week made of them. the Although no active although the Democratic party was Cll Caldwell street; He had been the channel through which His Eminence Cardinal Logue, glance It would appear as If ' ceding. on record as being opposed to that a resident of this city for many moral and social welfare of the anil his supporters wanted to paign Is being waged, the Louisville who presided at the annual meeting BROTHER RIOILVRD. soldiers and sailors avIII be looked measure. Right here In Louisville years and his death, wlu be mourned kill tho convention and destroy Chapter Is nevertheless anxious to of the Archbishops and Bishops of his Tho total Ireland at Maynooth College, read after, and It has the hearty enRev. Brother Richard, of St. four years ago Percy Haly and the by a host of friends. BesidesJohn, homo rule. As a matter of fact, receive new members. now dorsement of the three American Xavier's College, who will celebrate approximates a letter from tho Prime Minister followers supported wife ho leaves four sons, Fred, two however, Figgis' activities are the momDeronip Cardinals and the entire hierarchy his golden jubilee next month, has and assisted Axton, tho Fusion can- Henry and Arthur Boes, and Tho membership fee Is inviting him to nominate one thing that may orlng the con-- 1 13,400. four of the United States. The million spent his life since a mere youth in didate for Mayor, against Mayor daughters, Mrs. William Hegenauer voYiHnn nnri iIia fjnvfirnmnnt to their . $1. and half of every dollar paid Bishops to represent tho Catholic dollars to be provided by tho imparting the wholesome lessons of Buschemeyer, the Democratic nom- and Miss Charolette Boes. The fu- senses, and compel both to realize in is spent in Louisville for Red church in Ireland at tho convention. Knights will not be sufficient for Christian education to the boys and inee. If a Stanley man or Stanley neral was held Thursday morning the dancer o tampering any longer urus oujjimico, It wab unanimously agreed to acthe purpose. Additional money will young men of Louisville. The ven- follower is selected in the" coming from St. Vincent de Paul's church. with the homo rule question. For If cept tho Prime Minister's Invitation, have to be raised, for many needs erable brother is still active, ORPIL1N PICNIC. large were selected and four Bishops hale primary on the Democratic ticket he life Figgis succeeds in rallying a A useful and will arlso that are not now foreflift nnnnlo nrminrl Vila fxitnttnTi can forward seen. The money to be raised In and hearty and does not show his from look for underground opposition closed with the passing Tuesday standard, rf Joseph s Orphan picnic, to bo whose names will be sent appointSt. the same source. and Minister for night of Mrs. Mary McNamee, whose duty It appoints atocommittee Loul3vlllo will practically all be age. Brother Richard has seen the Wednesday at Phoenix to tho Prime the exception of the Insist iniheW next ment. of shall bo Under Forward With sisspent here. Teams will be ap Xaverlan Brothers in their time of Leaguers the guise nom de plumes widow of James McNamee and4304 and out of season that Ireland of Hill Park, should be well attended. Most Rev. Dr. Healy, Archbishop of and other pointed and captains at their head, trlal and rojolces now to see them Flynn, ter of Mrs. John J. financial burden Tuam, and Most Rev. Dr. Mangan, to 'beahd in a vpnnhllp Tho additional orphan Society ViCOT. 80lOlim-. - this faction is attempting to control He llUS bCCn .. nnA n w.milr... nnranl.Ktlnn Mccv place1 on tno .w.u.u.. , , this Bishop of Kerry, who wore absent I,um. v,.fc...i..uu fnfmo.1 In fUll T iA-. l 4 ' 7 H, .v""t vuuim, icuiniuB ut- - West Chestnut e street. Mrs. and right ought i fifty-fivwhich will canvass the city In tho '"B " uarasiown unuer me nai - " years old, ? building an addition to their through Indisposition, all the mem- Namee was cantral Powers T will back tho aemana. Joseph's Jtentlon on the ,n CreBCent H11L samo way as It was canvassed for lowed shadows of St. attack of ciwdcd homQ Assembly and her death followed an funeral took bers of the Irish hierarchy were the sale of Liberty bonds, the Red church and college, surrounded by dldate for the General every Her ! district, acute indigestion. morning with re- recognition at the hands", of the !?" thisB,t Cross fund, the Y. M. C. A. and St. Xaxler's community and many office of Sheriff in meet place Thursday debt. They appeal to all present. newspaper Kilkenny Peoplo The visiting brethren making their re- - with prohibition for their battle quiem high mass at Holy Cross Peaco Congress, and that Russia those who In the past helped by similar movements.' cry. They have selected candidates The suppressed The Catholic organizations and treat. iWiity to exert themselves was seized andpolice and Wedneschurch, attended by a large gather- nlll not fPPoso that demand regardless of their services or quali- ing military every Catholic person will Bee the Is year and give a united effort day by tho of mourning friends and rela- Is , , rt fications in tha Democratic party, . This paper Is an Imthat the United States can not bo- . , t authorities. VJNCEXTIAN8. need as patriots and as Catholics tives. and as an instance McNally, a forcounted on to support his republl- Tnere ,8 fl0 noblor act than t0 nelp portant local weekly conducted by of assisting In this work. So the atten- poligreat Christian heart of the people The various conferences of the St, mer Secretary of Beckham's camMary A. Marret, widow of can delegates' claim to the On the the 0rpaan Soclety In making tho Edward T. Keane, an active Mrs. paign, is their choice hero for Alex Marret, entered into eternal lion of the Peace Congress. tician slnco the days ot Parnell, and of this country Is aroused to the Vincent do Paul Society will homo comf0rtable for the many hand Figgis' work may have Uo lnmates. For weeks past com-- now Chairman of the local Sinn that confronts these boys If bio at St. Peter's church, Seven-ste- Sheriff, a young man practically unhome Tuesday morning effect than even mtteea have been busy and have Felners. The paper has had freare not taken to prevent teenth and Garland, at 7:30 o'clock known to 90 per cent, of the Demo- resther daughter, Mrs. at the Duna-ven- t, more A. J. these pernicious influences mant- - tomorrow morning for the annual cratic voters.. In the past we have of ne anticipates, jusi now uu piam nrrnncjed a splendid programme of quent difficulties with the censorTwenty-sixt- h South 660 resting tnemseivcs. observance of the feast of their had men like Henry Bell, Al Emler Ireland people of England are anything but amusements. Throughout the park ship, but it is felt in Dublin by patron saint. Ample arrangements and our present Sheriff, who were street o She was born In but had enamoured of their system of gov- - wjh scattered handsome booths good judges that Its seizure on the seventy-threyears ago, AWFUL DEATH. have been made by Rev, Father j known to the great masses and se- - spent most of tier life in Louisville, ernment. Tfte recent uistriDution and rest spots, and for all there eve of .tho Parliamentary election - lectea because or their popularity, Ejamuna ivaiscr anu at. meters uonhas brought an abundance of refresh-upp- to replace Patrick O Brlcn, Na where sho was held 4n high esteem. of "honors" Into contempt the whole wuj and made ments. Tho ladles offer as a great tionalist, who died July 12, will The hand of death came with ference, and when all present ap- - ' but Mr. McNally's onlv auallfica- - She leaves three eons, Alex. L., class - attraction the dinner nnd supper assist the Sinn Felners and prejuappalling swiftness to Patrick . proach tho altar tho sight will bo lions seem to be that he is the Lawrence B. and Charles H. Marret, It the joke and scoff of the demochoice for that Gallagher, for years a faithful con- - inspiring. Tho general meeting will and a daughter, Mrs. Dunavent, cratlc masses so much so that the which they say thoy will make tho dice any constitutional candidates. the nee. His opponent, Senator Sam Funeral services were held Thurs- Catholic Times, wmen can not do nest ever served. on the Louisville and Nash-- 1 ho held In the afternoon in The Sinn Felners will hold a meetvlllo railroad, in a train collision Knights of Columbus Hall, when i Robertson, is of the accused of radicalism, suggests that ing under Keane's Chairmanship to day morning at St. Charles Monday night in East SAILS UNDER PAPAL FLAG. Nashvillev nw memnors win bo received ana Cronan typo and Is the choice of select a candidate, who now will church. Father Raffo being "titles" be wiped out altogether, taiib. Twn nthir trainmen were works of the conferences reviewed. free and untrammeled Democracy. since at present they are only a probably be Keane himself. celebrant of the requiem mass.. Despito the claims of the Herald badly injured. Conductor Gallagher t "Charity" will be the subject of the nuestlon of bargain and sale. At When Archbishop Benftventura English masses are Cerettl sails shortly from an BIRTRTIjACE. his. train early Principal address, to bo delivered by all Is not Joy and sereno in the loft Louisville with REMEMBERED the moment the INTO ETERNAL REST. "vv UUUi"IU" " Republican ranks ilocally, Monday morning, and was to make to look with favor on the can port on an Italian liner for tho Chilton-Searc- y Figgis pre- - Rome to become Assistant Papal machine being forced the return trip on Tuesday. Mrs The body of the late Cardinal republican ideal, and If community was Tho Catholic CATHOLICS IN MAJORITY. to circulate advertising matter with Falconlo, who was .Apostolic Dele- sent3 an attractive programme he Secretary of State, tho ship will fly deeply grieved Tuesday afternoon Sarah Murtagh, a cousin, who lived among the Papal flag under an arrange-th- e upon learning of the death of Sister with him on "oiling avenue, was their slate for tho different con- gate at Washington, was recently may find many sympathizers Rev. Thomas S. Regan, recently tested offices. English themselves. At all ment by which Germany has notified by L. and N. officials of Another thorn in removed from the vault of hltf orwho had Veronica, aged nnnolnted naval chanlaln. reports their side is the two colored 'broth der, the Friars Minor In San many think his efforts will ised Immunity from submarine at- - spent more than fifty years In God's the death of Mr. Gallagher. Mrs of the 1.3d0 men aboard tho ers in the Tenth ward who want to Lorenzo, and taken to tho little have a good effect on tno conven- - tack. Ambassador Ulnno, ot spam, service. Sallio Hunt, a daughter, who also .that Sister Veronica had been tr ,th Tnerlnlntiira. nYitl no thin town Of PeSCOCOStanZa for final ill' tlon. lived with her father at the Boiling- - Minnesota 800, or 61 per cent., are obtained tho promise. Archbishop for a long time at the Ursulino 'Connin.ij .CJUU1IUU1 UlflUlbb K.. trninnt The Cardinal -Incorooratcd avenue address, "was vlBltlng in Catholics. VThe highest percentage i.0 n IiUIVIVU Tan.,toio ,u...i Ceretti until recently was Apostolic vent at Shelby and Chestnut streets,, UJ .N.....W-"- CATHOLIC IaTRIOTISM. Dqlegato to New South Wales, and and was active until stricken with Richmond. Besides Mrs. Hunt, Mr. reported in any one group previous an overwhelming majority Messrs in HIS Will two eeuiiuuB, vuv iu uo by a son, to this was from the United States Chilton and Searcy are afraid that opened and read immediately after Gallaghor !& survived for ten years was auditor of tho heart trouble. She was Miss Cathopened to bo tho A splendid tribute to the patriot- - j delogatlon at Washington. Thomas Gallagher, and three other Naval Training Station at Port tho Republican ticket will be in- his death, body otherremoved to his erine Englcmelor and a. native of was been In this Germany, but had daughters, Mrs. Margaret Doutaz, Royal, S. C, where Rev. Edward jured in the fall by the presence of when his Ism of our Catholic citizens camo secresting place. When the country only a short tlmo before Washington in a speech representative. CHAPLAINS APPROVED. and Mrs. Duff reported 55 per cent. Catholic. a colored Then flmn section of Mrs. Elizabeth Sexton opened from by Representative Norton.delivtho will was Said sho entered the Ursulino Sisterhood. again they fear that Republican Na- ond The remains "were ered Kate Helnlge. to consist NOVEL WATCH OFFER. Secretary Daniels has approved Her funeral was held Thursday brought to his home and tho funeral tional Committeeman Hert, who is It was found dowries to of bequests Mr Norton: "Every enduring page a number of this nation's history, from Colgradually shoving them from tho of marriage applications for examination of morning dn tho convent chapel, atwas held from St. George's church, of marriageable girls of Pescoco-slanz- a, onial and Revolutionary days down tho following candidates for Cath- tended by many Sisters and a numOn the last day of tho Kentucky front of tho stago, will Inject; protho .attended by many of his fellow railthe towa in which he was to the present hour, Is emblazoned olic chaplaincies In the navy: Rev. ber of the local clergy. platState Fair Attorney Horace S. hibition In the Republican roaders and old friends. glvo a guaranteed form. Meldahl will with the names and deedrf of faith- Goorgo W. Folpy, of the Church of Last but not least of their born. LONDON FOOD PRICES. Gruen watch, lady's or gentleman's worries is tho fact that the ful members of the Catholic church St. John the Evangelist, of New PRIEST WITH TROOPS. IRISH RIVIMtS DARK. church's York City: Rer. Paul Leduc, of St. size, for the largest and best potato who, true, to the great Republicans are Blow to Food prices In a leading Loridoa 'At fk Tm.rslrt Isle teachings and Inspirations, true to Joseph's church, Cohoes, N( Y., aud Tha The Rev. John J. Brady, bora la submitted to him by tho opening enthuse over tha ticket because of of Undertaker John lmV9 generally a dark color, owlag their God and their country, yolun Rev. Quitman F. Bockley, of the hotel were read to the House on at. Gabriel' pariah In New York Ay of the fair. Potatoes should be (h throw'-doto his tarlly and Dominican House of Studies, Vash Friday by Representative Madden, rit iU th CWhfttic F.hajlln with MBt bnildlne,office, SISthey will be Mm, who was deprivad of the Re- - 8 th fact tfrat moat of themat the graateatenthaajaatically reaaered ington. mortal aacrlfleea where If the.' applicants pass suc- - of Illinois, to show that steaks aad flow ha find nontlnaeat oi American era ruMii'ftu nuMiiuuun wr xmjpi w - .aome point rn taatr wwrae n tha Undt in Warns. Ha submlttMl toi the official committee, cause wmi (hriMitfh Mat martna. or bade, man caa render in this world to the koessfullv the hyical test they will other things imported from Aineriea oi inn wtta the Vi S. S.i After toe dafcWon all, will Wood. waa tonaarly ,whtata impart a dark kua to ta end that this nation, 'a"3 a Govern- - Drolublv be asslKaed shortly to the are selling there about . . lea than in the .United State. mant at' the people, by tha paotta navy. Arkaosaa, Dal waa waiwierrea to on eiuiomva, tm nfiua wun us cawrmeurutic wiun, " be held In Dublin, Lloyd Georgo anTho convention will ho nounced. ffreo to sit elsewhere if it so de cides. The Government, said the Premier, hoped the arrangement NEXT WEEK SET FOR CAMPAIGN proposed would not involve long HUGGINS nbsenco of tho Chief Secretary for appointment or a Chairman. Lloyn Democracy Means Nothing to Georgo said the Government had Mochlne suggested that Henry E. Duke, Chief Secretary for Ireland, act Followers. asf provisional or temporary Chairman. Tho Premier added he thought it obviously better that tho choice of a Chairman ehould be Louisville lleralk Conveniently with the convention. sittings of tho body will Forgets Infamous G. O. P. Tho first Haly-Beckha- m Ros-co- - Primary. Going Down Like a Drunkard The Catholic Knights of Louisville, Refusing to See Breakers will for the first time In many Ahead. years forego their midsummer reBRINGS HIS FOLLOWERS .MISER CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. Lawrence Glimcll .Resigns 'Scat in Commons to Join Slim Felncrs. National Convention to Assemble In Hall of Trinity College. ' ' EXPOSES BRUMLEVE Ireland from hs duties. Nominations fof tho convention, the Premier stated, were not quite complete and until tho Government had seen them all It was not in a position to make Its fifteen nominations, although these had been provisionally determined on. As the general body of members was so near completion, however, ho considered they were entitled to pro- lime-ligh- t. pro-vid- union and celebration, due to conditions arising from the war. This decision was reached at a well attended and interesting meeting held Friday night at St. John's Hall, the general sentiment being that Catholics should sacrifice everything for the benefit of the various movements under way for the betterment of conditions of those who . have entered tho service for their country. President Will Cushing occupied the chair and was pleased with the attendance. Chairman Buch-he- it reported the progress made toward consolidation of branches, and after an interesting discussion It was voted that every branch In the city should bo visited. Encouraging reports were heard regarding the ladles' branch, which is on a good working basis and receiving new members. When branches reported Delegates McGinn and Veeneman aroused enthusiasm when thov announced the great gains of Branch G42, which was soon to have anGen. other reception. Michael Reichert and Treasurer Charles Falk mado short talks that contained some timely suggestions. CATHOLIC BISHOPS WILL ATTEND - - - dis-,'"- Tn fifty-eigh- I ex-Go- v. Haly-Beckha- m iit JL?01. 'Haly-Beckha- m ur JBlSS -- - ( j,, et J J ( 22-2- Haly-Beckha- m - I I , pre-flr- st cam-Flgg- ls i Haly-Beckha- m .Jill i . well-spe- nt I ., ...,. -- ! . Haly-Beckha- m , Vr J"" assem-dang- er Ht-oth- er ps b. er , Haly-Beckha- m Bell-Emle- r- Bor-rom-co I Amerl-inclln- ed , prom-even- ts sixty-nin- e, p-- . I German-Americ- an w Inter-Sout- h b.plaaj uerniaa-Anteraea- , one-thir- d -- h aA'KIl o Oxj RKwr" jKBJxraxjoicir KENTUCKY IRISH flMERI6flN. PUBLISHED KVBRY SATURDAY. sad COMING EVENTS. ket. CaeMi July 24 Lawn Fete for Visitabrates to Ike SodaJ m4 Mend ktMQtntmoattl kith AewktM tion Home for Working Girls. ' CMaaUHy Iaaened by Aaetent Oadar U HtfcaMaaaa, Vmmc July 25 Annual picnic for St. IattKata m GataeHc Baigtrta ef Awwlet, Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Phoenix KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING. CO., IcorjW, Pitfeltafeara Hill Park. Outing of tho Bandana July 29 SINXBLB COPY ft Democratic Club at Klondyke Camp. MBSCRrPTION PRICK, 8NB DOLLAR PBK YEAR July 30 Annual A. O. H. picnic 3ra4-Ct- u fUtUr. t tea qfciTJE PwMjWU Bntf at Phoenix Hill Park. Weat drwa St. July 30 St. Martin's church pictHm H CosmaaksMoat to tea RNTVCI HWM AafcBMCfUf, nic, on church grounds, Shelby and George W. Stephan, and Mr. Step-bain Atlanta, and with friends In Chattanooga July 23 Euchro and lotto, St. arrived homo. and Nashville, has Patrick's Hall, Thirteenth and MarMiss Mary Cloves Smith and Mrs. Anna S. Wessel have returned from Lafayette, where they visited Mrs. Wessel's cousin, Mrs. Charles W. Travis, and Mr. Travis. risH AJsanto'Ba.cAj&m n, ORPHANS' FESTIVAL postponed to the following favorable day. f i-- M J. 'Receveur and Virginia and daughters. tittle Louise, of New Albany, are home from Indianapolis, where they visited John Shanley and family. Mrs. William For the Benefit of St. Joseph's Orphans' Home AT PHOENIX HinL PARK Admission 25c. Children under twelve years free. In IHQPDU WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 MPIMI twtww the event of rain will be mm fiRADES ffiSy) COUNCIL nUISVILLB, KY. HELP THIS FUND. campaign Knights of Columbus will the conduct next week Is a work which should stir tho Catholic heart to Its dopths and bring forth tho most generous responses. The Knights of Columbus have received the fullest approbation of Cardinal Gibbons and distinguished members of tho American hierarchy, of President Wilson and of Secretary Baker, the of tho War Department, in great new work which they have undertaken of providing social and spiritual comfort for Catholics enlisted under our glorious flag. As Supreme Knight Flaherty points out, "tho need for this great undertaking is patent. Among tho many thousands of soldiers about to be enrolled there will be found, as always, a large percentage of Catholic young men. They will require, as men In camp always require, halls or centers In which they can practice their religion and meet for social recreation. But these recreation centers will not (be restricted In use. Every man in uniform, no matter what his creed, will bo made welcome." This is a patriotic undertaking all should feel it a privilege to contribute to and make suc- SATURDAY. JULY 21, 1917 peoplo as of primary Importance. An embargo, however, does not go far enough. Our food directors must do much more before tho situation at homo will become tolerable. They must needs of our own Iho million-doll- ar which eliminate the trader in futures and tho speculator and provide the machinery for bringing producer and consumer together. Unless this is o done an embargo will prove a Insofar at least as it will bring no relief tq the suffering masses. fail-ur- riJKLIO TO SUFFEIt. Consternation prevailed Thursday when it became known that the Louisville Gas and Electric Company had notified Mayor Buschemeyer that It would not furnish sufficient natural gas for Louisville's needs this coming winter, and asking permission to sell "mixed" gas at rates higher than those now prevailing and guaranteed toy ordinance. Mayor Buschemeyer Indignantly rejected the company's plan, and his courso was given emphatic approval by Charles J. Cronan, our next Mayor. There is nothing that justifies this demand, which Is looked upon as' a declaration of war against gas consumers and the city of Louisville. WHAT WE LUCE. Wo offer no theory of our own, but we like stability of principle, we like a party rank and file, which having fought a battle on principle is willing to stand for that principle through good and evil report; we like a party organization that will not throw away a record that It has preserved for Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hennessy Annual returned Thursday from their bridal lawn fete tor St. Charles 'Borromeo tour and for tho present are living at the home of tho bride's father, church, afternoon and night. Aug. 1 Annual picnic of Mackln Frank Schmitt, 1031 East Breckin ridge street. Council, at Summers Park. August 8 and 9 Annual lawn William G. Rockley, of Louisville, feto for St. Columba's church, on nd Miss Clementine Neville were and Mar- united in marriage early Monday church lawn, Thirty-fift- h ket. morning at Holy Trinity church, August 16 Annual reunion and Rev. Father Curran celebrating the JaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHH ts iaaaaaaH picnic of St. Leo's church at nuptial mass and performing tho Highland ceremony. Thornsberry's' Grove, Park. 2 August Annual festival of Saturday night Miss Florence YBBBaaanL '"mbbbvbb&bbbbbbv St. William's church, afternoon and Rlhn entertained a number of her evening. In honor of her birthday friends anniversary at her home, 1910 C8SXaC8X8X&83attX833C8XXKKKS! Rowan street. The following attended: Misses Helen Wilson. Margaret Grimes, Anna May Kelley, Edna Ford, Brldgie Cleary, Thelma CANDIDATE TOR Mary O'Bryan, Nellie Kimble, Brown, Evelyn Glenn, Anna Bell COUNTY COMMISSIONER Rlhn, Florence Rlhn; Messrs. HerMiss Mlnnelle Pulford is visiting man Batson, Bernard Sheridan, Joe Subject to the action of tho DemoMrs. M. F. Reddle at Akron, Ohio. Devaney, Urban Herre, Emmet cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, O'Brien, Burch O'Bryan, Elmore 1917. Miss Lucille Dant has been visit- Panter, Elmer Embs, Roger Cllne, ing at New Haven, the guest of Miss Blllle Holden. Edna Barry. KISHOP'S SILVER JUBILEE. W. H. Shelley spent last week In New York City, on a 'business and Right Rev. Thomas D. Beaven, pleasure trip. D. D., Bishop of Springfield, Mass., anniwill observe tho twenty-fift- h Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Kessack, of versary of his consecration as Bishop Clifton, are at BUoxi, Miss., visiting on October 18. Mr. and Mrs. James. Gray. July 31 and Ausust 1 J.BACpNasgw We dive and Redeem Surety Coupons. 21-2- SOGIETY. FURNITURE! JO to 50 Per Cent. Less Ihan Reaular. $52.00 Buffet; in a beautiful ma- $45.00 Princess Dresser; In hogany finish; priced at hogany finish; priced at $20.00 $10.00 Oak Rocker; fumed finish priced and seat: leather at $5.00 $21.00 Mahogany .Music Cabinet; now priced at $12.00 $38.00 Sectional Bookcaso; Early English finish; price . .$10.00 $5.00 Center Table; In golden oak finish; priced at . . .$1.50 $28.00 Slumber Chair; in mahog any finish; is now priced at $20.00 $30.00 Rocker; covered In Spanish leather; priced at . .$27.00 $00.00 Chiffonier; in golden oak finish; now priced at . $27.50 Dresser; golden oak finish ; now priced at $21.75 $30.00 Chiffonier; In mahogany finish; now priced at .$31.00 .$5-1.0- At I ma- 11 Mil J. aaHaaH&5 JB& L CONVALESCENT. Mrs. James D. Duane and son James hae been visiting at LexingThe many friends of Mrs. Matton and Paris this week. thew Connelly, of 1414 Story avenue, will bo rejoiced to learn that Miss Irene Stack, of 2510 South she is convalescent and recovering Fourth avenue, Is visiting friends from the operation shb underwent and relatives at Newport. at St. Anthony's Hospital. It Is expected she will soon be able to Miss Anna Tracy, who was visit- be out again. ing Mrs. Martin Goss In Jefferson-vlll- e, has returned to Chicago. CLOSING OF RETREAT. 'laaaaal $10.50 Princess Dresser; in golden oak finish; priced at. $17.00 $72.00 Buffet; in golden oak finish; now priced at ....$30.00 $21.00 Extension Table; G feet long; 48 inches wide; golden oak finish; price $18.00 $25.50 William and Mnry Table; 8 feet long and 48 Inches wide; priced at $22.05 $25.00 Buffet; In fumed oak finish; 52 Inches long; priced at $10.75 $30.00 Porch Set; set in ivory finish; priced at. .$15.00 $13.50 Library Table; mahogany i z BBh .aaaaaaaaaaaaaafl .... finish; slzo 22x34 Inches; spe- clal price $8.00 $10.00 .Mahogany Clinir; highly finished; special price. .$12.00 $42.00 Brass Bed; full size and J f cessful. FOREWORD. Tho Democratic nomination for office in Louisville and Jefforson county is practically equivalent to an election in November. This being true, caro should be taken by the voters when they go to the polls. The candidates for the various offices are known to the people of the county and it would be impertinence on the part of a newspaper to undertake to pick out for tho people tho one whom they should vote for for any office. Every voter owes more to himself and the public in the selection of public officials than ho does to any Individual who may "Tie a candidate. Only the best that can bo had should be chosen, and the choice, as has been said, Is made in tho primary. Bear this in mind when you go to the polls, and before casting your vote ask yourselves the question, which of the candidates for these offices arc best qualified to vote accordingly, fill them, and thereby avoiding all weak links and presenting a ticket that all will unite upon. years on any question, for the sake of winning a block of votes here or there, or making alliance with the forces of a temporary popular unrest one year, and with another and quite a different ism the next. THE RIGHT OXE. In The erection of memorial statues Washington, D. C, to the founders of various churches Is becoming popular. Martin Luther for the Lutherans, Witherspoon for the Presbyterians, Asbury for the Methodists and Roger Williams for the Baptists already have, or will have, statues erected In their honor and In recognition of the principles for which the various denominations stand. Thus do Protestants overlook SOME TIMELY DOX'TS. the founder of the one true church, who is Jesus Christ, tho saviour or Don't Imagine this country is on mankind, Perhaps they don't know tho verge of famine conditions! It this. Isn't and it's not going to be. It can raise all the foodstuffs it reFOLLOW MOTTO. quires and all It will be able to In raising disturbances throughship to its allies. Hysteria and out tho country tho motley crew high prices are twin sisters. Don't imagine that because the known as tho Industrial Workers Government is taking precautions to of the World are but living up to prevent a shortage the shortage is their title of I. W. W. "I Won't already here! As well assume that Work." taking out a fire Insurance policy The Rev. Father J. W. Mahor, means tho house Is already on fire. D. D., after seven years of faithful encouragement of Governmental and fruitful service, has retired food production is simply a wise from the editorship of the Catholic form of national and war insurAdvance, and will horeaftor devote ance. his time and talents to parish duDon't imagine that because some ties. Father Maher made many particular article of food you are friends among tho press and puof c addicted to is high, you must have as an earnest and fearless writer, that in its usual quantities or in- by whom he will be kindly rememcontinently perish. Particular foods bered. Our best wishes follow him. may be high or oven scarce, but there will always be plenty of good Every American citizen should foods. The goats are not going to stand by the President in this grave starvo because of the limitation of hour. To wipe out any great busi the supply of tin cans this season. ness because of "fanaticism" is not Don't hear somebody say some- helping the President. It Is making thing about somebody having heard his task more difficult and is glv somebody else say that everything ing aid and comfort to the enemy was going up out of sight in a short When the editor of a dally newstimo and make a rush to placo the he imagines larder in a condition to resist a paper has a brain-stortwelve months' siege! Don't rock that all others who retain their tho boat, and in particular don't normal faculties are in a state of overstock the boaj. Put just enough Insurrection. in for reasonable food ballast. m ILaaamaaafi&'&JslSikaal Miss Columbia Curran had as her Tho retreat at tho Convent of tho priced at guest the past week her sister, Miss Good Shepherd. Eighth street, that opened on Friday of last week and Louise Curran, of Bardstown. has been conducted by tho Rev. candidate for James Bland and wife and chil- Father Matthews, C. P., of St. Louis, re.election dren have been visiting Mr. and will come to a solemn close tomor row, St. Man' Magdalen's day, Mrs. D. R. Hays at Bloomfleld. when Bishop O'Donaghue will conT Misses iatherlne Menne and fer the habit on four postulants. Lillian Tlmmons have gone to Subject to tho action of the DemoENCAMPMENT. Mactawa, Mich., to spend the sumcratic party, Primary, Auugst 4, mer. Candidate For Democratic Nomination 1917. Company A, Uniform Rank, CathMrs. Mary Constantine and Miss olic Knights of America, will hold Mary Constantine, of Jeffersonville, Its yearly encampment at Spring are In Atlanta, visiting Mrs. E. A. Bank Park on August 19. Capt. Oscar Maier and his men are makShellnut. ing great preparations and will have Miss Bernlce Madden, of Fehr a classy programme, with inspecavenue, Is In Jeffersonville, to sjiond tion, drills and athletic exercises. Q'QQQQ&$&&t?&bQrt&b&&$& two weeks with her aunt, Mrs. P. Breakfast, dinner and supper will be served, and all Catholic Knights are Madden. to be invited, . Foley Miss Maragret was the week-en- d guest of her cousin, Miss KNIGHTS OF ST. JOIIX. Helen Moeller, at her homo on Eastern Parkway. Tomorrow will be a big day for tho Knights of St. John of New ranks of late Miss Marguerite Ryan spent a Albany, in whose pleasant week as the guest of her there has been much activity. St. cousin, Miss Mary Decoursey, at Edward's "Commandery has made ts4c4oc6e94ae? EDW. EARLY v -- handsome design; specially $21.00 f 2 mm Phil T. Aliin CLERK OF POLICE COURT KEEP KOOL AT extensive arrangements for tho Initiation of twelve new members, the Judge James W. Fortune and ceremonies to take placo In Holy It Is exMrs. Fortune, of Jeffersonville, will Trinity Hall at 4 o'clock. return next week from a fort- pected there will bo many visitors from Louisville and Jeffersonville. night's vacation trip. Highland Park. Ml Afnrv "XTnrp-nrp- CANDIDATE FOR Athletic Swimming Pool CITY AUDITOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Saturday, August 4, 1917. Appointed Auditor by Mayor Buschemeyer April, 1917. In balloting lor Auditor stamp opposite No. 3. Notice "1" in spelling Allin. Oldham TTIirHns TEOPLE LIKE SPIvASH. it street, entertained Sunday Records at the Fontaine Ferry evening in honor of her cousin, T. Park swimming pool show that J. Kennedy, of St. Louis. more peoplo have taken swimming Mrs. Mary Ryan has returned lessons this season than ever" be- from a visit to her sisters, Mrs. 'fore in the history of the pool. George Weatherholt and Mrs. Curt This Is an evidence of the popularity tho big splash with local people, Weatherholt, at Cloverport. and since the advent of the typical 1917 Miss Mary Virginia Campbell, hot weather the pool has increased who has been visiting Miss LIda j dally in attendance. fjfftov nt nnnlstnwn fnr Romn ' KEEPING UP WITH THE TIMES. time, will arrive home today. Admission 15c. Ladies' Days &&&$&$&$&&$ FIFTH AND ZANE. Tuesdays, Thursdays 14 H 1 1 HI III 1 M. J. BANNON. lit I It M T. H. HERIMEL Secretary. ,f 1 P. BANNON. JR., Vice Pres. I Mir. Prei. I Trias. f Annat Primary 1917 R BANNON PIPE CO.! v urr itnif Cnivmvt Plnn X Perhaps thoro is no country so Mrs. Frank O. Smith, who Is 111 nt St. .Tnsnnh's inflrmnrv. is show- - filled with ambition .as America Ing some improvement, welcome Class distinction is no bar to mount-new- s 'ng desires and he who cares to pay for her anxious friends. the price may be a hobo riding the Misses Anna and Mary Carr have'bu,kere, over tho Western desert weeks later, if fortune ,a been spending several days with may be dining Mrs. Arthur Jones at Beech Grove, four miles northof New Albany. 'jKSnbbbbbv 4. Cannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam CondaltJ, Wall Copinif. Drain Tile. VKriP Brick. Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BrlcK Crate and Boiler Tile, Groacd Fire Clay, Chimney i'oj. ''.o.JeJS V OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY .BBkBMBBBBBBBBBF 573-1786. SJ CUMB. MAIN 507. X X WORKS i.M..M-I"M-VM"H"- I" 13th SPECIALLY FOR SOLD1EKS. cially for soldiers, are simple, hearty and unaffected. Every pos sible need of the soldier's varied II fo Is provided for. Besides the prayers, pointed, pithy Instructions form a valuable feature of tho lit tle booklet, which should form a part of every Catholic soldier's outfit. Wo shall shirk a very serious and real responsibility if wo neglect to safeguard the religious lifo of our boys, exposed as they undoubtedly will bo to severe strain In the TAKE KIGirr STEI are which unusual experiences The puttiag of an embargo ea bound to be theirs. The price for this booklet is remarkably small, ., the Presideat twelve cents postpaid. It can be that ia "w, th r.tra', lly coaIdr thalvereln, Temple building, St. Louis, aa4 hi CaWat and recreation and play takes the place of serious work. Too often religious safeguards aro also relaxed during the summer months. Many a youth has been ruined by tho "good times" experienced away from the supervision of teachers and tho control of parents. Thoro can be no vacation in the service of God and obedience to his law. "God's Armor" Is the name of a Tho crucial period for boys and neat, compact and complete prayer-hoo- k for soldiers just Issued by the girls Is the vacation period when Central Bureau of the Central tho ordinary duties of study aro Vcreln. Tho prayers, written espero-lax- ed CRUCIAL PERIOD. lralt, ,nnntn ! I I I ! tK"hfrf Last Market street, Now Albany, H)8 mannerjsms of tho spent last week on a pleasure trip Mm wll, bespoken cf as the charm-t- o French Lick and West Baden road nearUnes3 of a man who has ng FOR Springs. BI)ont most of SAM his Ufa next to ROBERTSON nature's heart and ho will bo sad- "71 Among tho late arrivals from ,Ie(1 with an aristocratic ancestry in OF JEFFERSON COUNTY ouisvllle at Bay View, Mich., aro whlch ho has but Httlo personal be- iurs. r: J. nnrpring, ausses Aiinu, jjcf. Again you may take a girl Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Laura and Amy Harprlng and Frank wno milks her cows on a back Harpring. country Iowa farm and who writes If Yob Wmnt a Fair and Ho neat letters to nn Eastern cousin about AHiesaraent of Your Property After a year's study at McDonald "the mudy roads that kepo her Hall College In Canada, Miss Helen from vlslteng awl tho peepll she Sullivan is home to spend the sum- - knows." A flurry In wheat may sBBBaaP A mer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. placo her father high on tho road to success and threo years at a J. T. Sullivan. boarding school may And her the vBbbbVPVbbbbbbhE? S. L. Wlckham and treasured chum of a Mesdames Mary Savage and Misses Mary Lane aristocrat who finds her Western recent acquaintance a delightful compan- and Kathryn O'Dea were CANDIDATE FOU vlsitors in Bloomfleld, the guests of Ion Thoro Is no "previous condition" Mrs. I. E. Downs. FOR of llfo that bars you from associatDeuser, Minnie ing and being welcomed by the Misses Bertha COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY "better classes," provided you Oroscarth, M. Hicks and Anna; to Action of Democratic Subject to Action or Democratic Party. Subject Primary August 4, 1917. Party. ex- can stand the" price and possess a Qoodwln enjoyed a pleasant Primary August i. 1917. of brains. fhlr cursion to New York City and en- years amount young couploNot many came to ago a virons last week. live modthis country determined Miss Henrietta Bannon has re estly, acquire a home, have a fam ily quiet, live turned from Springfield, whero sho She and been a second retireain me. an a had visited Misses Ruth Miller, Margaret English vicarage and hemaid been had Spalding and a footman in a house where soma Haydon, Allethaire Margaret Robertson. of tho greatest men of the day FOR frequently congregated. Sho had Mrs. Harry Smith was an honor correct manners and speech that guest at tho last meeting of tho became a certain eurener- - of action COUNTY ASSESSOR Friday Afternoon Club, entertained and be, having heard many arguat the home of Mrs. Joseph L. ments In his way of serving, easily Subject to tho Action of the DemoFoley In Now Albany. became a loader In tho village whci cratic Party. Primary Saturday, they made their home. It came August 4, 1917. Mr. and Mrs. Alton J. Kolb and about that they prospered and In daughters, Misses Lorino and Rose the courso of events the man repreVBBBBSflBBBBBBBBKVff' Kolb, left "Wednesday for a sojourn sented his county In many public af for the Earl, ho was deeply imat Atlantic City and visit to East- fairs, and on the arrival ora nenea pressed by the perfect aplomb of a & JilSSPern points of interest. Earl to view ih wheat section, the man he expected to find tiresome. power was choeen to Or the two the footman was the CANDIDATE FOR quiet man ef CANDIDATE FOR Herrmann, give a welcoming address He did more at ease, having advanced in Miss Loretto F. CITY TREASURER CITY TREASURER daughter of Col. F. J. Herrmann. so quietly, feeling but little shock ttought, while the other had rewho has ben visiting for the past at acting ae entertainer to an Earl mained aeeure in the nalo of a Subject to Action of Democratic; Party. Subject to Action of Dmoeratic Party. Primary Auguat 4, 1917, Primary AugiMt 4, 1917. three month with her sister, Mm. whom he bad often eerved, and aa title VMHrM"i-H"M-H"l"i"i"l"M- pTSe ulat 7o radBreck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and lOth. .. WM. T. McNALLY 1 . I SHERIFF VOTE FOR L VOTE IOIfc I I blue-blood- , ed JO - ed SHERIFF H. S. McNUTT t-- FRANK DACHER ANDREW M. SEA Frank J. Schuster M2lk liBBBBBBBBBBBLaHBBBBBwtl Jkmumw - HbbMbbbr nQEYi3n 'o,,. ,Mf pffII vM1' JgLJ&J&IPXJCtirsr RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS M. B. KENDRICK Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our renders by accepting only firms of known responsibility. Cash , Also Tallow and Grease. Hogs IXKISifS: -- aOMOSJREIOLlW:- "AjNeir to You as tbe Nearest Phone" FUNERAL A A JOS. A. LUDWIG FLOWERS Premises. jsp jyjBAXPaid a. Horses, jsjl a. tl, sAt Your i Cattle and for Highest Prices Special Spray $3.00 Special Wreath $5.00 The Last Dollar i i mr jam&xvm M f LOUISVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Incorporated River Road, East of CuUOfl Homo Phono City 721 Cumberland. Main 721 PEOPLES PB0VXDE1TT ASSOCZATXOX Incorporated. n citizen was organized by weM-know- UlUUtlU HW ItmW MW LW 2f30 feurth Awnue LoulrvHr We telegraph Flowers PRACTICING LAWYER FOR TWEKTY.FIVE YEARS womsLma Mf JJJ That you pent for something yau did not NEED would hve tUtted a jjti SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED $ twice a year; There MAY COME a time wfaem yor "LAST DOLLAR" HH mast be spent for somethlig yon DO NEED. The SAVING now of the Ml dollars yon are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. jJH Everywhere Ky. Title Savings Bank "SOUTHERN STAR" -- AJB SLICED BACON Ready for Your Griddle 1b the to roal Morning" HAMS, LARD, SAUSAOB louisville provision (Incorporated.) BAKERY co. LOANS on furniture and other personal property at LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bids:., S. E. Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones. 2886. SNEDDON COMTANY REPAIR Hancock and Brqadwny Clydo Sneddon, Proprietor, Former Foreman Overland Louisville Co. Overland, Colo and Knight Motor Cars Our Speclnlty Phono City 6007 BNGRAVERS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER If nominated and elected I promise to Fifth Magisterial District Rrst, Sefitmd. Third Wards devote my time to the duties of the office DIVISION 3. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. First and third Fridays, Hibernian and further the interests of the neonle. Primary August 4, 1917. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. uome, isib-iHZ- U Portland. AUgusi , 1U1Y. President John M. Itllnv. Vice President Tim O'Leary. CANDIDATE FOR HIBERNIAN DIRECTORY and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. OWEN R. MANN AND CONFECTIONARY Recording Secretary John Martin. Secretary Financial John J. Broderlck. Treasurer Daniel J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm- S. SlilLOH HOLLIS GERMAN BANK FONTAINE FERRY The lJi Amusement Canter s ICE CREAM M'F'R'S. 1104 South Seventh Street Phono City 6674 Home Sentinel Thomas Noon. Pat Begley. High Class Vaudeville Dancing Paulsen's Military Band New Kiddyland ,i Phone Shawnee HENRY GOSS 801 CSUOH ENGRAVING COMPANY BOoriKQ, gutterhto, spoutiss and Painted Tin Roofs Repaired ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY SOU ffeit Broadway, X.onliTlll, Xy. ARTISTS, ENQRVR8 EliBCTROTYPJHtfl Louisville, Ky MS W. Mala St., Home Phone City 6874 JOHN B. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 734 West Oak. Recording Socrotary William P. McDnnogh. DIVISION 4. Meets second and fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall. Sixth street. President Thomas Lynch. Vice President John J. Barry. Restaurant Other Attractions Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s John F. Burke. Thomas M. New Location Fifth and Market Sts. CANDIDATE FOR Dlg-na- n. JOS. B. FOR O'LEARY & CO. CITY TAX RECEIVER Headquarters for 803 East Walnut Street CITY AND FARM PROPERTY. Subject to the action of the DemoWall Paper and Window Shades cratic party. Primary, Auugst 4, See us about anything in real 1917. Room Mouldings, Picture Frames estate. We sell, buy and rent. and Window Shades Mado to Order. 604 W. JEFFERSON ST. AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 1917 Homo Phono City 2517. Home Phono City 4464. BXXv3B3Kt Sentinel J. McDermott JOHN B. RATTERMAN EAST CLARK ELECTION. E. YANN DAIRY COMTANY We Print It For Less Our Work Guaranteed W. O. RUSSELL O. INCORPORATED 508-51- K. 0 SOUTH WENZEL ST. & SONS Both Phones 4202 CIIAS. ANSON PRINTERS 1507 West SInrket Street Phone City 6669 WM. AUGUSTUS II CANDIDATE FOR Successor to BAKERY C. Molter AND CONFECTIONERY Special Attention Given Picnics and Weddings. Ico Cream and Sherbets Phono City 4803 319 SOUTH PRESTON ST. Contractor of Excavating, All ConKinds of "Wrecking. crete rtnd Subject to Action of the DemoS20 E. Cassin Ave. Homo City 2000 ! AUDITOR cratic Party. WON THE LOT. year-olBank, to which you can Starts a Savings Account with this safe, conservative, Sixty-on- e dd f 1.00 or more at any time We add absolute safety and 3 per cent. No cost to you whatever $1.00 or the depositor of $10,00. The same courteous attention given the depositor of d GERMAN INSURANCE BANK Under the Big Clok State Government Supervision Second and Market , Georgette was never more liked I! than this season. Felt sport hats are not too hot IiAWN PETE. for summer wear. Tho dates for the annual lawn Tricots and serges are promised AL. S. SMITH, PROP. fete for tho benefit of St. Charles for coming months for skirts. Tarn Eorromeo church have been O'Shanters are most at tractive for the very young woman. vgm as July 31 and August 1. ab It will be held on tho church lawn For tho summer evening frock h and Chestnut, at white georgette seems almost ideal. with euchro and lotto each afterWhite cuffs are again beini: at THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. noon at 2:30 o'clock. On both BOTH PHONES 810. tached to the coats of tailored evenings a really good dinner will INCORPORATED suits. The Great American be served from 5 to 8 o'clock. hats are more and Distillers Of $ SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. more popular with the season's ad TROOPS FOR FRANCE. OLD FOltTUNA SOUR MASH TAYLOIt & WILMAMS vance. "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYB INCORPORATED. The shirt waist dress again bobs There can no longer bo doubt LOUISVILLE, KY. Louisville, K74 S28 W. Main St. up, the same little plain frock that troops will go out to that our makes a smart appearance. France In the natural order, the regular army first, the National Everybody now wears tho one- Guard next, and tho selective army American money. Tho Daily Tele- piece frocks. They come in linen, . .. last of all. This means that be- graph remarks that the Irish mem- In voile, in orepe and In satin. 5 fore tho now armies are called up bers of Parliament, of every shade d hats made like tho we have something like 700,000 of politcal opinion, agree that tho regulation guardsman's hats are enmen to draw upon made up nearly Bast Clare election has both dis- joying certain vogue among young 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, of 300,000 men In tho regular army credited the Nationalist party and women. whoso ranks will bo filled before mado clear to all that the only way August 1, and of more than 0 to settle the Irish trouble Is to esPRIZE CORN BREAD. men In tho National Guard at tablish an Irish republic. Tho Lonwar strength, a maximum which Is don Times comments as follows: To make St. Louis prize corn being rapidly attained. Thus it is The programme of tho successful broad tako ono pint of sour milk seen that we should be in a position party is quite frankly revolutionary, and Inito IKOIVI3JS. it stir ono teaspoonful of to place half a million men in and separatist. There baking soda. Climb. Main 2995-- a Homo City 200S France before drawing upon tho Is not and never can bo tho slightest sifted corn meal,Add one quart of one teaspoonful of JL draft army. question either among Englishmen salt and one well beaten egg. Mix -l" - H -l"M -I"W -I-H l i"l or among serious Irishmen of ac- well and Into this batter pour whllo TEACE AVITIIIN A TWO cepting the wild prorgamme with hot three tablespoonfuls of melted VMUtMtMUtUMUHMHvVUMtMMVHVUHUVUUVHHV which the now member and his lard or drippings. Pour into a NONE BETTER NONE PURER It is our opinion that the war friends have won their seats in Par- warm, well greased pan and bake HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071.y will end aB quickly and unexpectedly liament. There Is all the more thirty minutes In a hot oven. as The moving factor In reason therefore why the best bringing the war to a close will bo in Ireland should go forward LYKES GOOD BREAD. This opinion is based iind review the- situation toegthor the Pope. upon the fact, among others, that with a determination to agree. If Boll one scant cup of rice in water 1 the Clerical or Centre party in Ger- they should fall the responsibility until soft and every grain separate. CALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, many has declared for peace 'with- for good government will remain Take ono pint ' of corn meal and out annexation or indemnity." This where it is today. To refuse the scald with one pint of sweet milk. stand could only be inspired by effort at this day would be tho Stir in tho rico while tho meal and a thoroughly sympathetic and un- counsel of sheer despair. milk are hot. Beat four eggs sepselfish spirit of humanitarianlsm or The Dally Independent of Dublin arately and stir in, add ono IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE paternal affection that knows no thinks "Five out of every six electof sugar, a tablespoonful of partiality. This spirit is character ors who supported the victor did butter and a pinch of salt. Pour istic of tho earthly representatives so our of sheer disgust for the Into sv pan and bake In a hot oven. of the earthly representatives of cringing, crawling policy of tho Christ, and In the present Instance Irish party and the blundering tac THEIR OWN PAPER. Home PhoH Shawnee 484 tho personal relations of Benedict tics of their leaders." According to Cumberland, Wst 11 SATISFIES THAT LONGING. XV. and the Emperor of Austria tho Beginning with the July edition Irish Times, strengthens our belief. Austria is The Sinn Fein policy, so far, has of the National Hibernian, the pathe instrumentality which the Pope developed on destruction and bit- per will be discontinued to the will use most effectively. England's terness pregnant with menace to tho membors of the Ladles' Auxiliary INCORPORATED INCORPORATE). modifications of Its war demands peace of Ireland, let this policy to the Ancient Order of Hibernians. LOUISVILLE, KY, as well as its fear of the influence triumphed over tho memory of a Tho Boston convention of 1916 em- PHONE CITY 859. of .the unrestrained policy of Japan devoted soldier and swept tho Na- powered the National Board of tho (n China are also evidence of the tionalists out of a seat held with- Ladies' Auxiliary to Issue a paper Many other signs out opposition for twenty years. dawn of peace. A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case at their discretion that would bo point to the early fulfilment of tho Tho Express is of the opinion devoted absolutely to the interests world's wish, but all are dependent that the election is the most Chapel Free Auxiliary, and plans are to bo 3101 WEST BROADWAY X upon tho ono great motive power, portentous thing in modern Irish of the to Patrons. formulated for the presentation at the Pope. We do not expect the political history, and believes that the next national convention for the war to last more than a few months. the "Nationalists can do little at launching of the new paper. When tho history of tho peace nego- the convention but record their Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common tiations shall be disclosed it will pious opinions." FLAGS FLY FROM CHURCH. bo great found that the Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, "Pacificator" was tho Pope. Boston ENGLAND OAVES DOMINICANS. Rev. Vincent Hartung, rector 'of Hibernian. To the Dominicans England owes St. Luke's Catholic church In Belle-vlll- and if yon have tried the rest eet the BEST. Funeral Directors tho erection of the first great CalHome Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. flying and PHONES TnE INSOLENCE OF ENGLAND. vary or wayside cross to commem- StripesMo., Istho greentho Star3 Erin Ha gof and orate the dead of tho war. This Embaimers. Complaints have been filed with was unveiled at Woodchestor on from tho steeple of his church. He Cumb. Phone West 191 Heme Phone I9t3 flag would the Stato Detiartmivnt ntrnlnnt. fho Trinty Sunday by tho Bishop of told critics that the Irish the Ameristay thoro alongside of NORTON BUILDING Of Great Britain In dfimnnrt- - Clifton. action A great crucifix twenty-on- e can banner until the war is won. Telephone 1038. feet high dominates the road Father Hartung said tho Irish flag N. W.Cimer Frarth art JeffersM Ing that an American vessel now la unue, toaaeu witn nitrates for Now side. It is approached by a small York, shall, beforo having its char- scalla sancta closed by gates, and typifies the struggles of tho Irish for and key a HimKh that w8 ter approved or having tho right when comploted will be Hanked by was freedom,liberty that as this war H" 7w for the of all peoples ho to Obt&ln coal at anv nrltlnTi nnri two mourning angels. WCORPORATEB On a slab hoped It would bring Ireland the agree to give part of its time to at tho foot" appear the names of all boon sho has sought so INCOWORATBD long. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE carrying supplies to England, the jmen of the district who navo the German submarine CUaB Grocery Stores. in the of HARD LUCK. m W. Smtwir, XMbnrJB, Xy. throughThis Is the first attempt to given their livesnote that causeCalzone. freedom, and a the Ge4i.ett fer th Xaverla BraUiMm regulate American onacrf.wioa voeemia vary waB set up by jfiubscrlptlons "Th Best For LesU'' Whisky Jm's jtoao ud dollar a OUwlMl, BwatMM If persisted (In It will hlMtlfa aa cut down from Catholics and Protestants gallon which Is hard a luck for SM at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, atreagth.tBwMwttwej, La ' Orders for $1 or more 4t iTeretJ Otwm. Prmrsterr D9rtaiMt,art commerce American Bwlmmlag PmI, WH Wtstpya with South alike, who sent from all iwrts of those prohlbittoBl&ts who get their ' t et Mrs etty. in my America. the empire. ORUBER DBUSER Masters, Louisville, Ky. boose by express. ttt8tltt0tIHTTtVtttTWTMI GRAN W. SMITH'S SON Director Tho lot offered at the orphans' picnic on July 4 has ben awarded to Miss Bishop Yeager, of Leltch-flelKy., the winning ticket being sold by Rev. Father Melody. This announcement was made at the d, meeting held Monday night, when reports showed the gros3 receipts to be ?10,800. ed I Funeral and Embalmeri Twenty-sevont- f DOUGHERTY & McELUOTT tion both in Ireland and in England. De Valera stod for East Clare, vacated by tho death of Major Redmond, and was elected by nearly 3,000 majority over the candidate, Nationalist Patrick Lynch, sometime Crown Prosecutor. The victory of Sinn Fein is all the more significant, because a short time ago East Clare was a Nation alist stronghold. Added significance Is had in tho fact that De Valera, who was born In New York of an Irish mother and a Spanish father, adopted the prorgamme of Easter week, 1916, as his platform and invited the electors to vote for an Irish ropuhlic of sovereign and absolute Independence. According to Unionist and Liberal papers this election will probably wreck the Nationalist party and will nullify the work of the convention. In their opinion Ireland has spoken, through East Clare, for absolute freedom In repudiation of Mr. Redmond's programme. A Dublin dispatch says: It is believed here that the result of the East Clare election will interfere with the arrangement for the assembling of the Irish convention, as it is considered to represent a feeling of lack of confidence in the good faith of the Coalition Government and a belief that the Irish party went too far in its consideration of the Government's war difficulties and received no adequate recognition of the party's reasonable attitude. Tho Dublin correspondent of tho Times declares that the Government must deal with a new and powerful party, for "It Is probable that no Nationalist seat in tho House is now safe outside Dublin, and perhaps not even there." The Dally Chronicle, forgetful that England is also participating in American gold, asserts that Sinn Fein is moving to success by means of Tho election to Parliament of a "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" Sinn Felner, Edward de Valera, a Subject to the action of the Demo- Phones Shawnee 1243. Cumberland cratlc party. Primary, Auugst 4, SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS West leader .In the Easter Insurrection 1107a. 1917. and very recently a prisoner In an Under-- the Management of English jail, has caused a commo- COUNTY CLERK Louisville Business College FUNERAL DIRECTOR 2114 WEST MARKET ST. ANNOUNCEMENT as candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative from the Forty-fourt- h legislative district I wish to call attention to tho fact that in 1915 my vote in that district, which is composed of city and county pre cincts, was larger than that of Gov. Stanley's. My defeat in tho general election by 129 votes was accomplished by the importation of many negro repeaters. JOHN DRESOHER. FOR, WOMAN'S KYE. In making- 'my announcement - (Formerly with Spencorian) is still doing that e work that Sponcerlan solicitors havo told you about ft past sixteen years. Day and Night Classes. Phones: Collego Offlco, Olty 7883; Cumb. Mala 458. Residence, City 4R7?: Curab. West 129. Mr. McCarty high-grad- r. l. Mccarty UauMwJjiiuJ BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA shape. Many Hlgh-waiste- all-whi- te t hats are toque d ion now. frocks are tho fash WHISKY j jB IT IS ALWAYS PURE. Ii, McKenna, Distiller. Fairfield, Ky,! YELLOWSTONE All-whi- te WHISKEY Khakl-colore- DINNER INCOMPLETE t WITHOUT !- - - Funeral Directors BOTH - and Embaimers! - 400,-00- I j...:..H"M lrI4 . anti-Engli- sh ! !i - BEER ! J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ele-mon- ts - Prompt "Delivery Service?" Sure.; I I 822 3Bast Main S.-ti?&G- t. f table-spoonf- ul 8fr8 i OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER pro-Briti- sh i RATTERMAN SCANNELL f JOHN F. OERTEL CO. Independent Funeral Directors and Embaimers FRED laMiiwwaecat ERHART H.B0SSES0N and FALL CITY BEER o. ARCHITECT 'QUAKER MAID' WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beer. (ta KENTUCKY IRISH AJS&JGXtTCAX. READ, STOP, THINK The following extract is from a letter to the present Coroner which appeaaed in various papers: "In my opinion there is no legal objection to your "M.M. LOGAN, (Signed) "Attorney General. That is not the question. The question is: CAN THE PRESENT CORO LEGALLY HOLD TWO OFFICES AT THE NER SAME TIME one under the Civil and one under the Federal Government, and draw $5,000 per year from one and $3,000 per year from the other? Section 237, Kentucky Constitution, expressly prohibits any such act, and Section 3774, Kentucky Statutes, gives the penalty. VOTE for KEEP HIM IN JAIL. EERMAN STRAUS capafrAreo SONS MARKET STREET J ' We Give and Redeem Gold Trading Stamps. He is the originator of the humanizing idea in the JefFersort County Jail. He established the Foster School to enlighten and reform men and women. Result: The Jefferson County Tail 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 of the class management sane and practical. Press and public say so; but ask anybody in or out of jail. Vote for CHAS. C. FOSTER for Jailer, Democratic candidate for 1917 15,000 Yards White and Colored Waist and Dress Materials on Sale 50c Fancy Wlilto Voiles 20c Extra special purchase of about 200 pieces of extra flno grades of Whlto Voiles and Organdies, with woven checks and stripes; also somo with silk stripes; these are all regular 50c materials; 20c while they last) your choice, per yard 50c Wlilto Tiquo 33c ' 20 pieces only on an extra heavy and soft finish White Pique 'Skirting; theso are 36 inches wide; this Pique is well worth 50c a yard; while they 35c last, .per yard 25c Underwear Crcpo 15c Whlto Underwear Crepe; of soft French finish grade; 30 inches wide in plain and stripe styles; tho regular price is 25c a yard; Monday special, 15c per yard 25c White English Repp 18c White Repp Suiting; this is a splendid weight forladles' skirts; also for children's suits and width and our regular dresses; this is a 18c 25o number; Monday, special, per yard 36-in- August Primary 1917 DR. H. B. MEOHLING FOR CORONER. AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 1917 30c Whlto Organdies 10c White Organdies; of a flno sheer woven quality width, and thero are only 18 pieces in a in this lot, and theso are good values at 39c; ' Monday, special, per yard 10c Gabardine Skirting 25c 30c Gab'erdlno Skirting In a plain and woven design; theso aro 36 Inches wide and are regular 39c gabardines; Monday, special, per yard ..25c 40-inc- hi CHAS. H. KNIGHT Candidate For Ito-Elccti- on STATE SENATOR Thirty-Sixt- h Senatorial District 50c Novelty Dross Voiles 27c This is an extra special buy of about 200 pieces of extra flno two-threWhlto Voile, with fancy colored woven strdpo and check; all of tho colad Subject to Action of Democratic Party. : t' ! ! ! .. i. $ .t orings are yarn dyed; theso materials aro all 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY 1917 now and desirable styles; they are 36 Inches wldo and values up to 50c; whilo they last, yard .27c 2 o LORAINE MIX JgL s. FOR . COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, 1917 August Primary 1917 RUSSELL GAINES ' Caudidate for 40c Novelty Sport Fabrics 25c Special purchase of 150 pieces of novelty sport material; theso are strlpo combination designs, and a full range of the season's newest colorings; there are values in this special lot up to 49c a 25c yard; while they last, per yard 75c Sport Gaberdines 30c Special purchase of ono lot about 40 pieces of Burton Bros flno English Gabardines dn a beautiful range of new sport styles and colorings; there are stripes and figured designs; if bought in tho regular way, this material would sell at 75c a 30c yard; while they last, yard Tissues and Voiles 15c Your choice of ovor 100 styles of Tissues, Voiles and Organdies; these aro floral, figured, Sport and stripo designs, in a beautiful range of colorings to select from; thero are values up to 25c in tho lot; whdlo they lost, per yard .15c Dress Gingham 12 c 2,000 yards of short mill remnants of Zephyr Dress Ginghams; thero are plain colorings, also stripes and plaids and checks; tho lengths are up to 8 yards; they sell from tho bolt at 17 c a yard; whilo they last, per yard 12Jc ,35o Madras Shirting 17c 1,800 yards of mill remnants of Colored Madras Shirting; thero are 32 and 36 Inches wldo in tho lot and lengths up to 7 yards, and there are values up to 35c a yard In the assortment; whilo 17c the ' lot lasts, per yard CHAS. C. WHEELER I ... iL .A. . CANDIDATE vR ?LLLH FOR 17c COUNTY JUDGE A. A. A. A. A. A Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party, .A. A A TTTTVfVTTTTTTn,TyTTTTTfTVfTtitfffiIiiiiJi,,,,AA,t,AtiAjt A. A. .. A. . . .. ..... . JL 1917 August Primary 1917 Allen E. Smith CANDIDATE FOR County Surveyor Subject to Action of Democratic Party County Assessor HIBERNIANS. News Notes. close' to first position. of the season and should come home Our team has now the best line-u- p KNIGHTS Lato News m WHMBI That Will Interest Elso-- 1 Subject to Action of Democr&tic Party- 1917 An last Primary READ THIS! All claims against Uio City pass through tho hands of tlio Auditor. Ho Is responsible for many thousands of dollars of tho people's money. For such a responsible position ln YOUR OWN business what kind of a man would YOU select? I am now Auditor of several Louisville Corporations paying largo What They Have Been Doing Pitcher Charles Henry, of the the Past Week General Hibernian team, absorbed all of tho glory In tho Twin City League last game it Sunday, pitching a against Trinity Council, only thirty men facing him in the nine innings. game in the lt This is the first history of tho Twin City and the A. O. H. club and its followers aro all swelled up with pride over the In addition to his achievement. twirling Charley hammered out a home run and two singles, helping hl3 teammates to pile up the big score of 20 to 0. The Imperials beat tho leaderless Bertrands 13 to 3, while the Orioles trimmed the Champs in an exciting contest, the score being 7 to 6. Eilers staged a come-bac- k in the league with a home run, triple and single, while "Jimmy" Hogan played a la Roxy Roach at short for tho winners. Tho schedulo tomorrow: Orioles vs. Mac-kiK. of C. vs. Trinity (help! help!), Hibernians vs. Bertrands and Champs vs. Imperials. The standing to date: no-hno-h- TWIN CITY LEAGUE. 101T Members Here and where. fifty-nin- SSSJyig?nffi A P. S. RAY County Clerk Lee Young Automobile Co . AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. e President John M. Riley, of Divisin councils There are CANDIDATE FOR ion 3, appointed his picnic commitIndiana with a total of 10,039 tee last night. members. Every member should enlist his Council The New York State friends in making the picnic tho maintains eighteen college scholarbiggest success, la years. ships, each worth $500. 'taxes and doing many Thousands of Dollars of business Annually Milwaukee Hibernians aro recruitLouisiana's membership was ining a company of Irish soldiers that Subject to Action of Democratic Party by Planquemlne and I have handled their business satisfactorily. creased forty-nin- e Council's recent Initiation. I am a business man seeking an office that demands business will soon be ready for muster. County President Hennessy hopes A number of Kentucky Knights attention. y to reallzo enough out of the picnic 1917 are looked for at the Primary August 4 191T EFFICIENCY is tho only plank In my platform. to pay tho national assessment. outing during tho week of August If elected I shall bring experience, competency and Industry to 3 of South Omaha will Division servo you. have its annual reunion tomorrow, jt l Denver Knights have pledged with an old fiddler's contest as a JOS. L. STEURLE, U $10,000 to the fund for recreation Candidate for City Auditor. feature. centers in the American military All are proud of tho showing of camps. Murphy and his Brother Walter CANDIDATE FOR Oswego Knights, who number 1917 AUGUST PRIMARY J9I7 A. O. H. team in the Twla City 500, will contribute ?2,t)00 to the League. fund 'being raised for equipping at South The big Initiation Won Lost Pet. army camp3. Omaha, for which preparation has One of the biggest initiations yet :.n 1 .917 been making for some time, takes K.ofC Michigan took Mackin i. 9 3 place August 5. li witnessed inwhen a class of place at Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party over a Orioles 9 3 750 Muskegon, The big reunion at Los Angeles Champions de6 6 .500 hundred received the three One of "the Imperials..-takes place tomorrow 6 6 .500 grees. August Primary For 1917 special attractions will be tho La- Hibernians Candidate For 1917 campaign week 5 7 .46 The million-dolldles' hurling team. Bertrands 10 2 .167 opens tomorrow. This drive for Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Wash- Trinity o .COO Catholic soldiers should prove 12 the ington have entered the work of Division 4, of the-- A. O. H., will most successful the order has ever assisting our soldiers during the be host to the Hibernian ball play- undertaken. period of their camp life. ers next Monday evening with a Candidate For The Ladles' Auxiliary have se- Dutch lunch in Bertrand Hall, Subject to Action of Democratic Party. FOLLOW THE COLORS. cured many nico prizes for the euchro and lotto on the afternoon So many, members of tho Holy JOINS THE MARINES. Name Society in New Jersey have 1017 and evening of the picnic. AUGUST) PRIMARY 1917 The Mayo Men's Association of Joseph N. Higglns, of tho Ken- answered the call to tho colors that San Francisco will glvo 25 per cent, tucky Irish American office, enlisted it has been decided not to have the Primary Saturday, August A, 1917 of the net receipts of their reunion In the United States Marines and organization make its annual par9P(fi" to the Hibernians for tho enter- left Tuesday evening for the marine ade In October. In the Fourth New Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party tainment of the national conven- training camp at Paris Island, S. C. Jersey Infantry alone there are 706 tion next year. Joe Is a fine "broth" of a boy and Holy Name men. 3TOR With very Impressive ceremony will uphold the traditions of the and many attending twenty candi- good old race from CONVENTION POSTPONED. which he To the Democratic Voters of the City of Louisville: dates recently became members of sprung. His brother, Frank J. HigI do hereby announce my candidacy for the office of the Ladies' Auxiliary at St. Paul. glns, is Sergeant in Company A, The annual convention of the JUDGE OF THE POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF Tho work of the degree team re- First Kentucky Infantry. Catholic Hospital Assrciatlon will Forty-Eight- h Legislative District of Kentucky. LOUISVILLE, subject to the acUon of the Democratic party ceived much pjalse. not bo held this year, nor will tho primary, Aueuat 4, 1917, and respectfully solicit your sup- Marquette Summer School for lab of the Ladles' Ellis Division Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party. P ST. PATRICK'S. Auxiliary of Sacramento celebrated oratory technicians be conducted May 1.1m. year. The reasons for this de its anniversary with an enjoyable this Not only tho of musical programme and elegant re Patrick's church, parishioners ono St. cision are tho adverse conditions of is but every past. The prizes for tho meraber-- cordially FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS invited to the the country and many expressions of ,ship contest wore awarded, Mrs. N. euchre and lotto party attend given opinion obtained from dlfffferent to be During parts the country COFFEE Gleason receiving a gold brooch set Monday night In- St. Patrick's Hall, comingofyear plans will bo made tho GOOD MULLOY'S with diamonds. for Thirteenth and Market, under tho a great convention in 1918, when auspices of th.o young ladles who Has been the favorite kind. The quality is HOLY CROSS LAWN FETE. Where work Is qaickly graduated last Juno They aro tlio summer courses at Marquette Where the kome the best and our prices are the fairest. Try will be resumed. Medical School brightest; done; Mary Misses Murphy, Estelle Theso events, however, again depend lbs,., our New Blend, s d Holy Cross church, Dougherty, work Where cookiBg seems, give its annual Riley, BessiePaulino Arnold, Viola upon the conditions of tho country Where the and Broadway, will Special Aato Delivery Service. Murphy, real faa; lightest; chicken supper and lawn fete on Glenn, Margaret McElllotf, Catherine ond the opinions of those interested Agnes Monday and Tuesday, July 23 and Nicholas, Ella Keane, in tho work. Where baking gives deWhere the aieal Catherine 24, on tho church light; lawn. Many Welsh, Cecilia Finnerty and Mary cooked best; TUEAT BALL PLAYERS. handsome prizes will be awarded Teresa Bartley, They hope to meet Where the range stands Where drudge is oat of' 212 AV. Market St. at the euchre and lotto each after Both Phones 1323 sight the test all their friends and assure them a ESTABLISHED 1885. Division 4, the Limerick division noon, and each evening there will. pleasant evening. the- where That's the That's where of the A. O. H.. will entertain the be many new and novel forms of "Quick Meal" "Quick Heal" comes ball players of the Hibernian team entertainments introduced by tho JOHN D. RYAN. la. la. or tho Twin City League in Bervarious committees in charge. trand Hall next Monday evening and attention will be given to tho John D. Ryan, President of tho President Thomas Lynch appointed Qalck Meal Gs Ranges Sold, Installed and Highly lteooiumentletl chicken supper, which will be served Anaconda. Copper Company, has cents. been appointed Director General of V. P. McDonogh, Jame3 J. by the ladles for thirty-fiv- e 215 T. J. Langan, John H. HenBOTH PHONES 2399 The proceeds of this affair will be military relief. Some of his duties to arrange J. used to reduce the debt on tho new will includo the W. MARKET ST. caring for the nessy and John for Barry guests. The their school building. health and comfort of the American a Dutch lunch service. We are as Give us s trial for first-clatroops In France. He has the dis- spread is intended as a mark of showing mado KANSAS CITY TODAY. close to you as your phone, Prempt service, day and tinction of starting from a clerk- appreciation of the by Manager "Hoots" Murpny ana nljfht. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable ship In a small store In tlio mining - Our wandering Colonels will open regions of Michigan and becoming his boys in the Twin City. chauffeurs cur specialty, Give us a call. up their Western series with Kansas largest mining City today and there will be a, bat- President of the NEXT WEEK'S BILL. company tle royal, as for tho past ten days Interests in tho world.in His business are largely Montana. Ferry Park these two teams have been clinched In tho Fontaine in tho first division. Leaving KanTheater bill for next week a novel LEBANON. sas City the Louisville club will Chlneso offering, entitled "Tho ChilSEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY. go to Milwaukee, Minneapolis and will occupy the Tho political race that Is attract- dren of Confucius,"The act is T,ow posftion. St. Paul in turn, playing Indian- ing most interest in Marlon county headline staged and tho costuming apolis on the way homo, which 1 for Jailer, for which "W. T. goregous. iJudio ana uirui uonrau that games would have been the last abroad according to the original Madden, of Lebanon, is a candidate. will also prove diverting on tne new Mr. Maddon held the office for sev With tho lengthschedule'drafted. and Lillian Drew, bill. John ening of tho schedule Louisville's eral terms and made a record that a Loulaviuo Orren win present an FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. team, assures his nomination and election. Chances for the' pennant brightened novelty, "A Barnyard EpiPREE SERVICE. . INCORPORATE will Iike the Jailer of Jefferson county, original Outran and Newell and the and from present Indication i b Is popular wltti the mMeee, and sode." awtlu battle it out with Indian wKHle from Lebanon here thie week Helen Leach Walliu trio will add NINTH AND KENTUCKY. apolis. Kansas City i playing a comedy and sensationalism to the tea will receive a weak fteidlng gap and third posi- feel Heme City 405 programme. 41&. Cmb. Sentfc jr tron will be the beet they can. do, nwjariy. IMl-- O ft . r i AT MOABWAT. Put-in-Ba- 2. ADOLPH SCHMITT n, CLAY HALL TAX RECEIVER . ar Clerk of the Police Court R. 0. DORSEY County Commissioner JAMES D. HEADLEY iL LEGISLATOR THOS. E. HALL - HBkB 2 pr n j( Where the Quick Meal Comes la Thirty-secon- JOHN M. MULLOY -- gig Autos and Taxis For Hire ss Spo-cl- al Mc-Tig- GEHER & SON, ...GOLDEN OAK BLOCK.... WALLINS CREEK LUMP FAVORITES FOR HOME USB. High in Heat. bpau-tlful- ly in Ash. 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