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1 END OF SEASONS SALE
THE BIG STORE
Begins their End of Season Sale Today Feb 6th at 8 Oclock
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1 Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing Mens and Boys
Furnishings and Hats have End of Season Sale Prices on them
T You cant afford to miss it Come early
THE BIG STORE4lWreBtseh t and Market Fifth St L
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MUSIC IN THE HOME
Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ape
predated more than in the summer A
FARR ANDCICILIAN PIANO
Will supply this music If there is no one In the family that
can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection
is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks
are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to
secure the proper expression Come in and permit us td
show you more about the FarrandCecillan
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That the body requires a healthful stimulant
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Mulloy s goods are best at all seasons
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Horses Called For and Delivered
oth Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET
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QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES
For many yean the Quick Meal baa
been universally acknowledged tbe
best gas range in tbe market Tbey cook
quickly bake excellently and on account
of their patent air burners consume less
gas than any other They are more
easily cleaned and are made to last Tbe
new Improvements this year will keep it
in the front rank Having made our
1907 contract before the advance in price
of all Iron goods we are able tonllat
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GREAT THINGS
Have Been Planned Por the
KC Initiation at Bowl I
Ing Green
Moro than 100 members of Louis
ville Council Knights of Columbus
have arranged to mako the trip to
Dowling Green to take part in the
initiation of u class there tomorrow
A few of the members will leave to
night but the great majority will
leave from Union Station Tenth and
Broadway tomorrow at 7 oclock
This will put them In Bowling Green
In time for the high mass at StJo
sephs church The Rev Father
Thomas Hayes will preach the ser
mon and welcome the visiting
Knights from Louisville Paducah
Bardstown Lebanon Owensboro and
NashvilleA team from Louisville will
confer the first and second degrees
and Hon La Vega Clements heading
a corps of Knights from Owensboro
will put on the third or major de
gree Tho initiatory ceremonies will
occupy the greater part of the after
noon Many of the visitors intend to
take their wives to Bowling Green
where they will be entertained by the
ladles of that city In the evening
a banquet will be spread in the
Armory The toastmaster will be
Louis KIster Past Grand Knight
of Bowling Green Council The toasts
and those who will respond are
The K of C in JentuckCo1
John T Donovan Paducah
Knighthood Hon La Vega
Cleemnts Owensboro
Knights of Columbus as Viewed
by the ClergyRev Father Charles
P Rnffo Louisville
Our Faith Attorney J J Kav
anagh of Louisville
Tho Ladles1Ion M F Bryan
of Nashville
NashvilleRemarks
Remarks on This Evening Rev
Father Daly of Elizabethtown
The train returning to Louisville
will leave Bowling Green shortly be
fore midnight tomorrow night
HURRIED THROUGH
Mackin Council Did Not
Dally With Unimpor
tant Affairs
Mackin Council had a well attended
meeting Tuesday night with Presi
dent Louis J Kleffer presiding and
all the officers in their respective
chairs The reports of the various
committees and such matters as de
manded immediate consideration
were disposed of and the council
postponed all other affairs until the
next meeting in order that the mem
bers might attend the bazaar given
by Trinity Council
Reports of committees Indicate
that plans for the two euchres to be
given by Mackin Council before Lent
are well In hand and it is a foregone
conclusion that great crowds will at
tend both events
XEW DEMOCRATIC CLUB
Tho Eleventh Precinct Democratic
Club of the First ward formed a tem
porary organization at 1014 Marshall
street last Wednesdaw night by elect
Ing the following officers Bernard
P J Kavanagh President William
L Ford Secretary Michael J Scan
lon Organizer and William H Han
non SergeantatArms Frank Vie
gand T J Stewart and Martin
Geraghty were appointed a commit
tee to secure permanent headquar
ters The object of the club is to
work In conjunction with the First
Ward Democratic Club the Federa
tion of Democratic Clubs and to aid
in promoting party harmony The
following resolution was adopted
We believe that the Democratic
party is the right party that it is
educating the people to maintain
their rights and we indorse the Ken
tucky Irish American the Courier
Journal tho Louisville Times and the
Anzelger In their several efforts to
further the interests of the Demo
cratic party The club will meet
again next Monday night
GENUINE NEGRO MINSTRELS
There are many white Catholics in
Louisville who are anxiously looking
forward to the genuine negro min
strel show tobe given by the men of
St Augustines congregation on the
evenings of February 17 and 18 It
is all parish talent too The Rev
Father Felten pastor of St Augus
tines has labored hard to train the
men who are to take part In the
show These colored Catholics have
I their own choir orchestra and brass
band and each of these organiza
tions will take part In the perform
ance
LADIES AUXILIARY
The Ladies Auxiliary of the A 0
II met Wednesday night with Miss
splendid
did attendance One new member
was obligated and one was elected
A chapter of Irish history was read
and a number of Irish melodies were
Hung In chorus with pleasing effect
It was decided to cooperate with the
Hibernians in the social and re
ligious celebration of St Patricks
day
SPREAD FOR CHOIR
The Rev Father Thomas Haye +
pastor of St Josephs church Bowl
Ing Green entertained the members
of his choir Wednesday evening An
elegant spread was one of the main
features of the evening although
there wore music and speeches on
the side Early each year Father
Hayes gives his choir a treat of this
kind and each successive occasion
proves more enjoyable than the pre
ceding ono
oneGAIT
OAt WICKIIAM ILL
Capt Stove Wickham of the Sixth
pollee district Is ill at his home on
West Chestnut street Ho is one of
the most efficient and popular men
on > the police force and his many
friends hope to see him back on duty
ata early date
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CECIMAN CHORA CLUB
The fcectllan Choral Club wlll give
< ce and euchre at Mackln Coun
lub house next Mondayi The
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SOCIETY DIRECTORY
A O H
DIVISION 1
Meets at Falls City Hall on First and
Third Tuesday
President Thomas Keenan Sr
Vice President Mark Ryan
Recording Secretary Thos Lawler
Financial Secretary Thos Dolan
Treasurer Charles J Finegan
SergeahtatArms Andrew Curran
Sentinel Louis Roller
DIVISION 2
Meets on the First and Third Friday
Evenings of Each Month
President Con J Ford
Vice President D D McKenna
Recording Secretary T J Stone
FlnancIalSecretnry JnoT Keaney
TreasurerJoseph T Lynch
SergeantatArms John T Brown
Sentinel William Nash
DIVISION 3
Meets First and Third Thursday
Evenings Each Month Seventeenth
and Main Streets
President Patrick T Suljivan
Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan
Recording Secretary Thos Stevens
Financial Secretary J G llession
TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty
Sentinel Thomas Noon
Sergeant atArmsPatrick Bcgley
DIVISION 4
Meets Second and Fourth Mondays
Bertrand Hall Sixth Street
President John H Honncssy
Vice President Thomas Lynch
Financial SecretaryWm P Mc
Donogh 1212 Sixth street
Recording Secretary Jno J Winn
Treasurer Harry Brady
Sentinel Michael McDermott
SergeantatArms John Doolan
DIVISION 1 JKFFEIISONVILLE
Meets on the First and Third Tues
days at Pfaus Hall
County President John Kennedy
President Louis Constantine
Vice President Robert Gleason
Recording Secretary Thos OHern
Financial Secretary John G Cole
Treasurer Bernard A Coll
Standing Committee Redmond
Stanton Martin Fogarty and John
Kennedy
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MACKIN COUNCIL 205
Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club
House 530 Twentysixth Street
PresidentLouis J Kleffer
First Vice President Thos D dines
Second Vice President Samuel L
RobertsonRecording Secretary Thomas F
BachmanCorresponding SecretaryWillIam
F Burke
BurkeFinancial
Financial Secretar3 Frank G
AdamsTreasurerDdniel
TreasurerDdniel W Weber
Marshal Adolphus Andrlott
Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch
Outside SentinelWilliam D An 1
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Hid a Soothing Calming Effect 9
VheoUnbarj 0 September 1 1908
I was ilok with oetToaiden could not eat nor
IlelPtla r It III nor lit itlll l Wit almost deaperata
for sleep l friend received your phamphle
and lent It to me I had much confident in it
after reading ot the many cues cured I could
hardly wait till the Tonlo arrived it learned hi
Brit dOM had a soothing calming effect I can
not extol enough the praises it i deserves I wu
a wreck now I am sound and well what a relief
to sot ileap which I lost for 3 months I con
alder Koemgi Tonic a godsend to me
OcEDIA BASSET
Laurel Ind Anf29 1908
It was overwork that brought on complete
breakdown of the who lystem and for 5 ears
I was not able to do anything and everybody ex
fCt me to die I had received treatment
from 7 doctors without benefit I then took
Pastors Koenlca Nerre Tonlo and I found the
Tarrfacit medicinal erer law and I am now
able to work again BBV J T ANTHOXT
A Valuable Book on Nor
FREE F vous Diseases and a Sample
bottle to nay address Poor pa
tlenta also Ret the mtdlcln free
Prepared by the REV FATHER KOENIQ of Fort
Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the
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euchre games will be called at 230
oclock hi the afternoon and at 815
oclock at night Tho dance will be
held at night Quite a number of
handsome prizes are to be awarded
the victors tn the euchre games The
funds that accrue will be used to
defray the expenses attending re
hearsals and the purchase of music
FATHER BARRYS WILL
The will of tho Rev Father James
P Barry who died in Lexington last
week was admitted to probate Mon
day It was holograph will and un
witnessed Father Barry loft an es
tate of 8000 Asldo from a bequest
of 2000 to his housekeeper Miss
Mary Shannon and 1000 to her
sister Miss Margaret Shannon tho
entire estate is left to Catholic church
charitiesFOR
FOR ST COLIMBAS
A euchre and supper for the bene
fit of St Columbaa church will be
given at Pfisters Hall Twentyfifth
and Market streets on the after
noons and evenings of February 17
and 18 The congregation is small
but its members are loyal and are
doing all in their power to aid their
pastor the Rev Father Jqlm D
Kalaher in beautifying the house of
God
GRAND DIRECTORS 7UEI3T
The Board of Grand Directors of
tho Y M T Kentucky jurisdiction
will meet at Mackin club house at 2
oclock tomorrow afternoon in pur
suance of the call issued by Chair
man Frank G Adams Much busi
ness of importance Is to be con sid
ered and n full attendance of the
board is desired
HOPKINS THEATER
The splendkl variety of pictures
and Illustrated songs presented by
Manager Ju tin at tho Hopkins
Theater continue to grow In public
favor Depr ite the frigid weather
the house bah been crowded daily
For next we new films haye been
toured that will equal Any yet
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SIX SCORE YEARS
Almost Reached by Vener
able Woman Resident I
of Cuppamorc
The death of Mrs Catherine
Leonard of Cappamore has been re
ported to the Limerick Board of
Guardians Well authenticated
claims show that she was born In
1790 and was consequently close to
119 years old She declined to apply
for an old ago pension on the ground
that It was not worth while but one
of her daughters who is past nlnity
five years old has been placed on the
pension list Mrs Leonard distinctly
remembered the events of the re
bellion of 1798 when two of her
uncles were hanged and her father
house was burned by the British
yeomanry She often met and talked
to Daniel OConnell andshe never
tired of describing his eloquence
Mrs Leonard married when she
was seventeen years old and she had
fourteen children most of whom emi
grated to America Two of her sons
were killed in the American civil
war one fighting for the North and
the other for the South Two sons
who remained at home were mem
bers of the Fenian organization and
one of them narrowly escaped trans
portation for life for his political
activities She has a grandson living
at Cappamore who Is sixty years
old All told she had twentytwo
grandchildren and fortyseven great
grandchildrenCOMING
COMING HOME
Archbishop Ireland Pre
pares to Say Farewell
to Rome
Archbishop Ireland the venerable
prelate of St Paul Minn expects toI I
leave Rome at an early date but
will spend some time in Franco be
fore starting toward America On
Thursday night he was given a din
ner by Ambassador Griscom and he
will preach at the British Catholic
church in Rome tomorrow Early
next week he will have a farewell
audience with Pope Plus X and soon
after will leave for France
One of the most important pieces
of business that Archbishop Ireland
is trying to accomplish while in
Home is that of bringing about that
the Academy of the Nuns of St Jo
seph in St Paul to which his sisters
belong shall be raised to the dignity
of an order having now reached a
great diffusion In the Archdiocese of
St Paul and having nuns practically
everywhere in the West
DISSOLVING VIEWS
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The people of Clifton and Crescent
Hill are inviting their friends all
over the city and county to visit St
Frances Hall Cavewood avenue and
Frankfort next Tuesday night when
a splendid series of Oziers dissolving
views illustrating rambles In the
old world and America will be pre
sented The choir of the Church of
St Frances of Rome will assist by
rendering vocal and instrumental
music The views will be sixteen
feet in size and of a most varied
character As a matter of course a
competent lecturer will explain the
points of interest In each of the
views
viewsCATIiOLIC
CATHOLIC WOMENS SOCIETIES
During the past eighteen years fra
ternal insurance has made great
strides among the Catholic women of
this country The Ladies Catholic
Benevolent Association tho pioneer
society in the movement organized
In 1890 has a membership approxi
aPlroximating
mating 123000 followed by the
Womens Catholic Order of Foresters
founded one year later with about
50000 members Established m 1895
the Catholic Womens Benevolent As
sociation numbers over 18000 while
the Catholic Ladies of Ohio have
reached a membership of 3000 since
1890If
HIGH LAM CHARITY CLUB
The Highland Charity Club was or
ganized Tuesday night at the res
idenco of Mrs Mary Weisenberg on
the Bardstown road near Transit
avenue The following officers were
chosen President Leo Goss Vice
President F Crush Recording Sec
retary Miss Dora Barrett Financial
Secretary and Treasurer Edward J
Dealer The members are en
thusiastic and expect that ere long
longthey
roster The club will give its first
entertainment at Trinity Councils
Hall on the night of February 16
TO GODS SERVICE
Miss Catherine Obermeler a tal
ented young lady of St Martins par
ish has entered the Ursullne Convent
with the intention of becoming a
nun Although only sixteen years
old she has had this step in con
templation for several years On the
eve of entering the convent Miss
Obermeier was the guest of honor at
an entertainment given by Miss
Bertha Rapp of Orescent Hill Miss
Obermeler will serve her novitiate at
Sacret Heart Academy
UNITY DOINGS
Unity Council Y M L of New
Albany will give n dance at Maen
nerchor Hall In that city next
Monday night and the members of
Louisvilles councils arc invited to
attend and bring their lady friends
The Gallagher Club an adjunct of
Unity Council will give a euchre at
St Josephs Hall on the night of
Wednesday February 17 Twenty
five handsome prizes are to be dis
tributed
COSTLY EDIFICE
The Telegram a dally paper pub
lished tit Worcester Mass says that
St Pauls church of that city tho
finest monument that the Catholics
of Worcester have reared to their
faith and one of the most beautiful
in the whole country has been
cleared of debt It cost 400000
Worceste ff artown ot 125000 or less
than half the population of Louis
yule and has fourteen Catholic
phurche Louisville has no JHQOOOO
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