UlDNTUOIOr IlIJSiX AMERICAN,
HARRY C. NEHAN
Primary Election August 2. i9lS
Primary Flection August a,
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H. M. WOLTRINO,
Magnolia Ave.. Bet. otb and 10th
713-715 SOUTH SEVKNTIl HTKEET
TiMm-Cs.. S. 281a. s.sm. Crtj
Candidate For Re-Eltctloo, '
CLERK POLICE COURT
flnhWt to the Action of the
Democratic Party. Primary Election
August 1, 1911.
Subject to the action of the Democratic
party. Primary August 2. 1913.
I ha ve served yon (our years as S her iff ,
and if you think me worthy of your sup
port for County Assessor I assure you I
will appraciate it.
What They Have Been Doing"
the Past Week Oeneral
The meeting of the County Board
called for last night was postponed.
County President Fred McLaugh
lin will soon institute four new divis
ions in the Boston vicinity.
Division 2 will meet next Thurs
day night in St. William's Hall.
There will be something doing.
The St. Patrick's day parade In
Brooklyn, made up largely of the
Hibernians, was exactly three miles
Division 4 will soon have another
class for Initiation. The men of
Limerick show the true Hibernian
At a special meeting on Palm Sun
day a large number of candidates
were received Into the order at
Division 3 meets Monday night
and all members are urged to be
present. There will be business of
There will be an important meet
ing of Division 1 next Tuesday night.
President Tarpy urges all members
who can to be in attendance.
Headed by a detachment of the
Hibernian Rifles, over-1,600 mem
bers marched to the Cathedral In
Cleveland In honor of St. Patrick,
Division 1 of Syracuse celebrated
its twenty-seventh anniversary with
an old-fashioned chicken dinner, at
which the county officers were hoogr
One of the stellar attractions at
the Hibernian St. Patrick's day cele
bration at Portland, Ore., was the
Knights of Columbus Glee Club,
Press and public commend the
Hibernians of Indianapolis for their
St. Patrick's day parade and cele
bration, which surpassed any ever
sren in the Hoosler capital.
Division 1 of Buffalo held its an
r.ual dance Monday night, and as
dcor prises awarded a handsome
sofa pillow, 10 in gold, $5 In gold
and an order for a pair of rhoes.
In honor of St. Patrick's day Di
visions 2 and 8 of Syracuse had an
entertainment and . supper, when
each of the 200 guests were pre
sented with a bunch of shamrocks.
Division 1 of JeffersonvlUe gave
its annual Easter ball Monday night.
Ic was a largely attended and bril
liant affair and showed the high
standing of the Ancient Order in
The outpouring at the Hibernian
celebration at Bulser's Harlem River
Park following the St. Patrick's day
parade was greater than ever before.
So great was the Jam that many
could not gain admittance. .
The nine divlsons of the Ladles'
Auxiliary of Indianapolis held their
celebration in honor of St. Bridget
lust Wednesday night. Tomllnson
Hall was crowded and the excellent
programme was well rendered.
While the Hibernians of St. Paul
held no official celebration of Sr.
Patrick's day, the eleven divisions
made the retreat and received holy
communion at the Cathedral. Fif
teen hundred approached the holy
The Ladies' Auxiliary will enter
tain their members and friends with
a euchre party next Wednesday
night at Falls City Hall. Commit
tees have made great preparations
for this event, which assures a most
"It was an inspiring sight to wit
ness so many men approach the altar
to receive holy communion and was
an appropriate celebration in honor
of their patron, St. Patrick." That
Is the report published from every
town and city where there is a di
vision of the Ancient Order.
Division I will give a euchre and
dance on Thursday night, April 24,
at their hall on Oak street, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth. There
will be some handsome awards and
good music. An Invitation is ex
tended, to members of the auxiliary
uii'l the other divisions.
South Bend Hibernians initiated a
class of twenty candidates and cele
brated St. Patrick's day with a
banquet. Father DeUroote presided,
and among the noted speakers were
Kv. .Father Patrick Carroll, of
Notre Iunie; Attorney General
Ilogan. of Ohio, and Judge McGuorty
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mi J Hon. John Keating, of Chicago.
Vts4 fer City at Large
Sabieet tt setts f tkt Dtatcrstie Parr
To the Citizens of
I do Hereby Announce
Myself as a Candidate For
CITY of LOUISVILLE
Subject to the Action of the
Democratic Party Primary,
August 2, 1913.
Suits to order at moderate
Over five hundred styles to
414 W. Jefferson St.
Furnished room with a Catholic fam
olic family. References exchanged
Address Catholic Gentleman, thisoffice
A.. O. IX.
Meets at Falls' City Hall on First
and Third Tuesdays.
President Thomas W. Tarpy.
Vice President Daniel McCarthy.
Recording Secretary Walter Cu-
Financfal Secretary Joseph Far-
Treasurer Thomas Keenan.
Sergeant-at-Arns Henry McDer-
Sentinel John Keane.
Meets First Thursday at St. Will
-lam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak.
President C. J. Ford.
VIa. PruM.nt T 1 Rnlllvan
Recording Secretary Daniel
Financial Secretary John T.
Treasurer James Welsh.
Sergeant-at-Arms J. Cunning
Sentinel Thomas Hannon.
Meets First and Third Mondays,
Nineteenth and Portland.
President Hugh Hourlgan.
Vice President John M. Malonsy.
. Recording . Secretary John P.
Financial Secretary John J. Hea-
lon, Jr. '
Treasurer Dan J. Dougherty.
Sergeant-at-Arms John J. East,
Sentinel Thomas Noon.
Meets Second and Fourth Mondays,
Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street.
President John H. Hennessy.
Vice President Thomas Lynch.
Financial Secretary Thomas J.
Recording Secretary John J.
Treasurer Patrick Conley.
Sergeant-at-Arms Thomas Far
mil. Sentinel M. J. McDermotC
Y. AX. I.
MACKIN COUNCIL, 203.
Meets Ionday Evenings at Club
House, Hi North Twenty-sixth.
President Frank Q. Adams.
First Vice President Geo. Thorn
Second Vice President John J.
Financial Secretary A. C. Link.
Recording Secretary John R.
Corresponding Secretary Harry
Treasurer Sebastian HUDoucn.
Marshal Fred Schuler.
Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp.
Outside Sentinel Frank E, Orat-
TAKES OUT STAIN.
Mud stains will disappear from- a
talucoat It rubbed with the Juice of
a frestily cut potato.
JOSEPH M. KEYER
CLERIC POLICE COURT
Subject to the Action of the Democratic
SAMUEL W. GREENE
Subject to the Action of the
Democratic Party. Primary Election
August 2, 1913.
Record of the Most Important of
the Recent Events Culled
While engaged in prayer in the
Dominican church at Newry Felix
Cam nbell. acred eighty, died sud
Thomas O'Boyle, of Claremorrls,
has been elected permanent en
srlneer to the Castlebar District
Council and Board of Guardians.
The death occurred on March 1 of
the Rev. M. Lavelle, of Kilconly, at
the age of sixty-six. The news has
caused deep regret in the diocese of
Two captures of illicit stills have
lust been made by the Inishowen
police. The nost important was in
the mountainy district of Glengad,
Over 1,000 mourners attended the
funeral of Henry Mescal, in Mac
room. The Urban Council adjourned
their meeting as a mark of respect
to the deceased.
Mrs. Magrath, aged 112, of Wolf-
hill, Queen s county, still lives, and
cia recall the famine, and tell many
incidents connected with it, and
with the days of O'Connell.
At Longford Assizes Judge Holmes
said that the calendar showed that
thd assizes would be light The
county was In a peaceful state, and
he hoped it would long remain so.
As the wedding guests were leav
ing her house for the church on the
morning of her daughter a wedding,
Mrs. Storey, of Kilconny, near Bel
turbet, suddenly expired. Death was
due to heart disease.
James J. Hewson, of Adare,
County Limerick, was found dead
near his residence with a bullet
wound in his head. He had gone
rabbit shooting on the previous
evening, and apparently In climbing
a wall the gun had accidentally gone
At Clare Assizes Justice Ross, in
an appeal by the County Council,
affirmed with costs a decision of
Judge Bodkin, awarding Patrick
Buckley, of Newmarket-on-Fergus,
$250 for damages to bis house dur
ing blasting operations by workmen
or the council.
Daniel Keane, the oldest In
habitant of Nettleville, near Mac
room, has passed away, having at
tained the remarkable age of 106
years. The deceased had lived In
Nettleville all hia life, and up to the
closing days of hia career had a fine,
ciear intellect. -.)..
A very interesting revival is being
undertaken by the Rev. T. J. Reldy,
oi Ainione, wno in connection with
the parish church Is erecting a round
tower of very considerable oroDor-
. Hons The round tower will be a
reproduction of the historic pile In
the neighboring and better known
district of Clonmacnolse. .
me death occurred at the Pre
sentation Convent, Maynooth, of
Mother Mary Bernard McNamara, In
me ninety-nrth year of her age.
During her religious life of sevenf v.
four years the deceased ladr attend
ed to the duties of her sacred calling
with the utmost seal, and her loss Is
ueepiy mourned by the community.
AaaresBing the grand Jury at
wick iow assizes Judge Gibson said
there were only three trivial caaes
tor tneir consideration. The condi
tion or tne county was as usual
satisfactory and peaceable and it was
his pleasing duty once more to
convey to them his sincere congratu
lations on the very excellent charac
ter of the local community.
In a recent Interview Cardinal
Arcoverde, Archbishop of Rio
Janeiro, said that Catholicity was
kteplng pace with the material ad
vance of Brazil, one of the reasons
being that certain liberties, denied
her under the monarchy, had been
restored under the republic. With
regard to the formation of a dis
tinctively Cathollo political party, he
personally did not see any positive
need of it. as it Is possible to be a
good Catholic In any of the existing
parties. What was important, and
a very legitimate means of defence,
waa to refuse to vote for any candi
date hostile to Cathollo rights.
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A few grains of sugar will keep
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What the Club Plan ls
What It Means to You:
The Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and
simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy House
hold Goods, such as Furniture Carpets, Rugs, etc
When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay t per cent,
of the amount of your purchases for joining; for Instance
The membership fee on a $'23.00 purchase would
The membership fee on n $50-00 purchase would
The membership fee on greater parchasee would
of coarse be in porportion.
You arc then asked to pay 10 per cent, of your total purchase
as the first payment. For instance, on a 1)5.00 purchase yon pay
$2.60 down in addition to the membership fee, making a total of
13.25. The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to
pay the balance in small weekly or monthly payments.
When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur
chased at our cash prices whether special or regular you will
more clearly see that our membership fee ia nothing In comparison
with the additional cost installment houses place on their goods for
lua privilege u& muv yauicui..
OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS
. Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer
fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth
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