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IXISPtfTUOICY IlClJSrX AMURIOA.
Save Money By Having Your Wearing Apparel Cleaned Here. Both Phones 2207. 617 5. fourth Ave. HARRYC. NEHAN.MUIR WEISSINGER i PW'""T E,"" """ a IB Do You Realize What Nick's Green Label Means to You? If not, listen. It meant double premium value at our store, or one GREEN TRADING ST MP for each GREEN LABEL. Alio, if you'd rather, one Profit-Sharing Certificate (Red Stamp) for each GREEN LABEL, and, above all, the BEST AND BIGGEST LOAF ON THE MARKET. Be sure and get NICK'S BREAD. It's made under the strictest sanitary conditions by Nick Warisse Baking Co. Candidate For Re-EUctloo, CLERK POLICE COURT 8nbect to the Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Election August 2, 1913. LADIES- Why Wear a Last Season's lint When you can have the shape changed into a new up to date style? The only house in the city that does hrst class work on Ladies Straw, Hemp and Panama Hats. Feathers cleaned and curled. FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West Jefferson Street. North Side. CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. Primary August Z. 1913. I have served you (our years at S berlff and if you think me worthy of your sup port lor County Assessor I assure you will apprsclate it. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week Oeneral News Notes. For Your Furniture Wants 1 WANT YOUR TRADE. My stocks are the largest, my prices the lowest, and my terms the best. fatA-M-ES- GREENE 425, 427 and 429 East Market Street CONFIRMATION SHOES FOR CHILDREN. "EMERSON" "DUCHESS" Shoes For Men. Shoes For Ladies. Treat Your Feet to a Pair of These Shoes This Spring and Note How Different They Are From Any You Have Ever Worn. They Are Stylish as Well as Comfortable. SHOE FITTE1S TO THE FAMILY Vni 1 JCe MirHADI 336 West v ix iTii wiirvuu Market St. ;"POR GOODNESS SAKE" ii EAT MOTHERS' BREAD ; Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in ; the South. AWNINGSandTENTS A large stock of tents on hand, for sale or rent We do more and better work than any one here. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Kentucky Tent and Awning Co. BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N. THIRD ST. Omaha 'Hibernians are collecting funds to help those who suffered In the cyclone disaster there. The County Board will this year have a reunion and celebration sur passing any ever held by the Ancient Order In Louisville. Interest Is being stimulated In the proposed new Hibernian Hall In Portland. Ore., for which a valuable lot has been purchased. The nine divisions of the Ladies' Auxiliary In Indianapolis are co-op erating In the relief work for the flood sufferers In that city. Mrs. Anna Clark, County Presl dent of the Indianapolis Ladles' Aux Uiary, lost her home and all her effects in the flood in that city. Noteworthy was the prompt re sponse and effective help rendered by the Hibernian Rifles in the flood stricken district of Columbus, Ohio. Division 1 and the two Ladles' Auxiliaries or Portland, Ore., Held a special meeting last week and for warded $200 for the Ohio flood sufferers. Division 4 meets Monday night and a big attendance is looked for. President Hennessy will have some Interesting reports to be acted upon, and In addition a number of candi dates will be obligated. Commemorating its first anni versary Juvenile Division 1 of St. Paul last Sunday entertained the Slate, county and division officers of both organizations and the Juvenile auxiliaries of Minneapolis .and St. Paul. Division 2 looks for a good repre sentation from the other divisions at the grand lotto and dance announced to be given in its hall ?n West Oak street on Thursday, April 24. There has been a good sale of tickets and its success Is assured. Members of the o'der and aux iliary filled the Church of the Madeleine at Portland, Ore., to over flowing on the occasion of their annual communion last Sunday week. At the conclusion of the mass they were served breakfast In the assembly hall. Every member of Dlvlsloa 1 should attend the meeting to be held next' Tuesday night in Falls City Hall. Questions of the most vital Interest will be dlscused and the de cision may have an important bear ing on the future of this division, the first organized in Louisville. The Ladles' Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night In Falls City Hall. This body has passed through a suc cessful and prosperous winter, hav ing increased its strength numer ically and financially. At this meeting the time and place for the annual summer celebration will be considered. Father Weber, the Indianapolis flood hero, paid this tribute to Mrs. Anna Clark, County President of the i Ladles' Auxiliary? "She seemed to I be everywhere that help was needed and was a good example of the type of womanhood she represented. Mrs. Clark forgot her own troubles to relieve the distress of others." Candidate For Re-Election For COUNTY JUDGE Subject to . the Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Election August i. 1911. 1913 Primary August 2 1913 J. Russell Gaines Candidate For Re- Election SURVEYOR JEFFERSON COUNXY. Subject to Action of Democratic Party. Albert F. Tillman ...TAILOR... Classy Suits to order, $25.00 and up.' Satisfaction guaran teed. Over five select from. hundred styles to Room9Whayne Building 414 W. Jefferson St. JOSEPH M. KEYER CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURT Subjsct to the Action of the Democratic party. VOTE FOR SAMUEL W. GREENE FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Siiblec.t to the Action of the Democratic Party. Primary Election August 2. 113. IRELAND. Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. The Dundalk Harbor Board re elected B. Hamill as Chairman. The Portadown Spinning Company baa granted an all around increase of wages to their employes. At the Wlcklow Assizes Justice Madden congratulated the grand Jury on the absence of crime in the county. Recently thirty-six head of cattle were driven off the lands of Eyre Stack at Ballyconry, In the Listowel district. At a meeting of the Rathkeale N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson ? ?f ' ? FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING SOCIETY DIRECTORY. First A. O, II. DIVISION 1. Meets at Falls' City Hall on and Third Tuesdays. . President Thomas W. Tarpy. Vice President Daniel McCarthy. Recording Secretary Walter Cu lck. Financial Secretary Joseph Far- rell. Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sergeant-at-Arns Henry mott. Sentinel John Ksane. DIVISION a. Meets First Thursday at St. Will- lam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak. President C. J. Ford. Vice President J. J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary O'Keefe. J. B. Hayes. Patrick Donohoe, of Coppagh, and Michael Klernan, of Rockfield, have been sworn In aa Magistrates for County Cavan at Kllleuhandra. The Lurgan Rural Council has decided to purchase two aprvs and two roods of wound for tne purpose of extending Seagoe graveyard W. J. Jones has been elected Councillor for the vacancy in the Waterford Center ward. He secured 393 votes as against 143 cast for Gilligan. A seam of coal has been discov ered near Ballyjamesdufr, and Dubllc meeting has been called for McDer- the purpose of taking steps to have the seam worked. By nine votes to five the Ferman ash Technical Committee adopted resolution appointing live national lets to represent the Committee on the Home Industries Association, The death has taken place at his residence, Bunratty Castle, of Mar- n.niBi tin Corbett, who for many years carried on an extensive Business I What the Club Plan ls I 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 aa Furniture Carpets, Rugs, etc. When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay I per cent, of the amount of your purchases for Joining; for Instance The membership fee on $25.00 purchase would be 75c The membership fee on $00.00 purchase would be $1.80. The membership fee on greater pnrchases would of coarse be In porportlon. You are then aaked to pay 10 per cent, of your total purchase as the first payment. For Instance, on a $35.00 purchase you pay $2.60 down in addition to the membership fee, making a total of $3.25. The goods are then delivered to 70a 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 la nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments. FURNITURE, CARPETS, RUGS. HOUSE FURNISHINGS AXD OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE BOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN. Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor. J.BAcoHasrjrjc MISS SHIRCLIPP, Mjr. W. P. HANNON. Prop. HANNON iviiiiiiiNEgY Attractive line of seasonable Ladies' and Children', Hats now on display. You are invited to call and inspect same. Prices right. 528 East Market St., Between Jackson and Hancock. 1 Mulloy's Special Coffee Fresh. Fragrant. Appetizing. 3 Lbs. For 80c Blended and Roasted Daily and Delivered Jut Am You Need It. PHONE A TRIAL ORDER. JOHN M. MULL0Y, Ham Phaaa ijjj. aia w. MARKET ITHKDT, In Financial Secretary John Keaney. Treasurer James Welsh. Sergeant-at-Arms J. Cunning' bam. Sentinel Thomas Hannon. DIVISION 8. Meets First and Third Mondays, Nineteenth and Portland. President Hugh Hourigan. Vice President John M. Maloney Recording ' Secretary John P, r Nenagh. The death has occur re a or Bryan O'Uonnell, a farmer at Inver, County Donegal, at the age or 114. U'Don nell, whose faculties remained nn Impaired to the last, could speak Irish only. The proposal to light the tow of Tullamore with electricity was discussed by the Urban Council at recent meeting, when it was decided to have an opinion of an expert on the matter. At the annual meeting of th Financial Secretary-John J. Hes- "7V'...V" " u. IT-"'" X slon, Jr. Treasurer Dan J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arms John J. East. Sentinel Thomas Noon. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Recording Secretary John J Barry. Treasurer Patrick Conley. I Sergeant-at-Arms Thomas relL Sentinel M. J. McDermott, "V. 31. I. Far- T1 1- r ii rra i r 1 l The Quick Meal Gas Range nitlGHT PROSPECTS. According to 'Bob Pundon's fore cast in the Louisville Times, our baseball club should finish no worse than fifth, which would be a big improvement over Tne past in res I b,,j taurruwiui years, auu 11 ims cuuarrva r nn all Its majestic beaut .ni:Z'""XaZ,.:: Financial Secretary A, MACK1N COUNCIL, 208. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. President Frank O. Adams. First Vice President Geo. Thorn ton. Vice President John J. In v nn V tn i t . ,TIUP color. ior jiiiu iimce m Reordin brilliant efficiency is beyond all fns can even hope for better things. ' R " " oiierea to tne puouc. it has toe most practical gas savins; burner ever devised. The Quick Meal is easiest to keep clean, and in fact leads all others in quality, style, name and real merit. GEHEIt $ SON 2IS West Market St. C. Link. Secretary John R. cal Society, W. Fltijohn Trench M. A., presiding. Lord Killauin was elected President for the ensuing quinquennial period At a meeting of the West port Urban Council a resolution was passed requesting the Government to remove the extra police force from the district, as their presence was entirely, unnecessary. A well known merchant passed away at the age of seventy in the person of Michael Farrell, Borrls-ln- Ossory. He took a prominent part in local political affairs during the days of the Land League, On the occasion of his leaving for America, Charles McCarthy, who Is a great grandnephew of Daniel O'Connell, was presented by the members of the Newmarket branch of the Gaelic League with a gold medal and a suitcase It is proposed to place two memorial tablets on the mausoleum In Lough more cemetery, where rest tbs remains of the Brothers Cor mack, who were hanged In Nenagh Jail in 1857 tor the alleged murder of a land agent named Ellis. At -Runnamoat, near Caatlsrea, Patrick Couneely. aged seventy-oue, lost his life. Conneely was sitting preesnt management will not hesi tate to purchase new material in the event that some of the present players fall to come up to expecta tions. Altogether 1911 promises to be a bright year here for the fans, and the banner throng is expected In the neighborhood of Seventh and Kentucky streets on April 14. IXIU.IX MUSIC. 'Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of (.Eond,n, s5r,Ur Hr" wife left for a short time. On her return she found blin lying In the tire, his face and arm burned and life extinct. The obsequies took place at " St. Patrick's, Fermoy. of the late Rev. Garrett Fouhy, who bad retired from active missionary work after the Interior, has appointed Geoffrey I periods of service In Plymouth, O'Hara, the composer, to record na- ! Ian worth, Mallow and Cbarleville. tive Indian musle and arrange It for Deceased wan a membsr of an old use in the Indian schools. lUurrsne family. T. Klbbey, Treasurer 8ebastlan Hubbuch. Marshal Fred Scholar. Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp. Outside 8entlnel Frank E. Orat-ser. JAS.J. NAUGHTON JOS. N. HIGGINS CHAS. E. NAUGHTON Naughton's Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only. Telephone Us and We Send For Them Heme Phone 897. TENTH AND JEFFEK30N STS. TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS FAMILY CREAM Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate, Orange, Pineapple and Other Flavors. EVERYTHING SANITARY. $1.00 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY. IT DOESN'T PAY To argue against QUALITY. Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied In the END. USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANCrACTCaBD BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO. lacorportue Irst mm4 tlvsr. Both Phoacs SStT Alto operating Hooater Wall Fluter PUaL LoiUvUU, Ky. JeS.raonviU, lad. Phoa. Iti, M. I. lAMNON, Pres. A Mgr. . IaNNON, Jm Vlo-Pru. aas Trta. L J. VEENEKAN. fsorttary Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co. INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways Offici 528 Wist J.ffirson Strut TELEPHONE 873 Works, Uagnolla iva. Btt. 9th aaJ TELEPHONE 12S2 , RAGTIME Ptthlttly Tasht la Tcs Is Twcaly Ltusat. Write akkc J. FO BREST THOMPSON. 2823 W. Madioa St. SJuwsm 1174 PIANO PLAYING