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Gran W Smiths Son
AL SMITH Proprietor
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice
809 w EFF R S 0 STREET
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Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS
All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night
1231 WEST MARKET STREET
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
AND EMBALMERS
CirrliEti FurnUbed on
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1531 W MARKET STREET I
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THOMAS KEENAN
Funeral Director and Embalmer
TELEPHONE 365
AH cilia promptly attended to day or night
Carriages furnished for all occasions
1225 W MARKET ST
Independent of All Undertaken
KATIE AGNES SMITH
LADY EMBALMER
Woihlng and Dressing Ladles and
Children a Specialty
DOME PHONE 1077
CB e THOMPSON
FLORIST
FLORISTIGYONL
BSTONLY ONE STORE
Rosebuds a Specialty
Floral Designs
532 FOURTH AVENUE
Both Telephones 1080
JJt orders receive prompt attention
and satisfaction guaranteed
cnas fl Rooers
at a BOOK GO
PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES
To suit every taste Give us a
call and inspect our line of
goods They are the finest of
their kind in the city
iNks Magazines and Religious Articles
Or JBVJERT DEMORIPTICm
434 West Jefferson Street
PRIVATE HOSPITAL
FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND
ANDi i
The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville
lad own and manage a private hospital I
for the care and treatment of Insane and
de
epileptic patients Both male and female
patients are admitted Rates very reas
onable For further particulars apply to
MOTHER MARY REGINA
flBRCY HOSPITAL
Sjtarki Anne Jefftrienvlll Ir1 I
HERR lANN BROS a
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IMPORTERS
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS I
DWiU sand Wholesale Deal
ers la Fioett Brands of Kes
tacky WhtakiM especially
Pearl 6f Nelson i
BOTTLKD IN BOND
t44 aphses < iHi 214 SIXTH ITRKT l
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GET YOUR BARGAINS
AT TIlE
WINTER
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Shoat Pork House
OUR THIRD SEASON
Price List of BeefAli Choice Cuts
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Round Steak lOc Sirloin Steak lOc 1
Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc j
Rib Steak lOc Chuck Steak 3 Ibs 25c
Porterhouse Steak lOc
12JcChoice
Choice Roasts per lb 8 and lOc
All cuts of Pork per lb 12C C
Odds and Ends perlb 5en
Country Sausage lOc per lbI I
Preston St near Lynn I
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Shortgage of fully 10000 Operatorsj j
on account of 8hourlaw and exten I
glue wireless developments We
operate under direct supervision of
Telegraph Officials and positively
place all students when qualified
Write for catalogue NATL TELEGRAPH J
INSTITUTE Cincinnati Philadelphia
Memphis Davenport Ia Columbia c
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CENTRAL FURNITURE CO j
Incorporated I
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We furnish the home com
plete on easy payments 1I 1 I
WM CALLAOHAN Mgr Sales Dept
KANSAS PRAIRIE CIIURCH
Five miles from a railroad on i
the crest of a billow of the prairie atI I
the edge of the little settlement of
th I
St Benedicts in the Leavenworth
diocese State of Kansas is this
stone church that cost 90000 A
prosperous community of German
farmers built it paid the bills and
dedicated It in 1903 It is a church I
that would be an ornament to any
fashionable city boulevard The i in
terior is in keeping with the rest ot
the plans Tho windows of stained
glass were imported from Europe
The mural paintings were made b Y
an artist who crossed the ocean anl
half a continent for this particular r
Job The nearest town is Seneca
five miles > southwest Benedictine
Fathers are in charge of the parish
and three Benedictine Sisters direct
tho school
IGOOD FRUIT CAKE
Three cups of sugar one brown
two white one cup of butter elx
eggs Spices One tcaapoonful of
allspice one teaspoonful of cloves I l I
two teaapoonfulfl oi cinnamon o nelife
teaspoonful of nutnleg one ipound
of currants two pounds of seed et
imtalnB one pound of dates or dedI I I
one lemon grate yellow and use the
juice three cups of crackers rolled I
fine one cup of sour milk one and
onehalf teMpoonfuli of aleratus
onehalf pound of walnut add o n et 1 1
cup of iflour and omehalf pound of t I
d tren Pour Sato a large cake tin
and bake about two hours Jn 1IIn1 1
10enoTbd improve with
age Front when ready to TIM It
Aye iM t a place of paper over
Bake tor ihe first tfareevuainteni tf f <
an bouT to prerwvt bard ertt t trim
Roratflaer at top of ttslc
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APPRECIATES
Our Efforts to Show Up
the A P A
Bigots
Here Is one that speaks for itself
Oxford Md December 26 1910
Kentucky Irish American Louisville
Ky Gentlemen Enclosed find one i
dollar for renewal of my subscription i
to your valuable paper I think you
are doing a good work In fighting
the A P A bigots Keep up the
good work Respectfully yours
Box 92
Evidently the above gentleman
from Maryland appreciates thM
throwing of the calcium light on the
members of the Junior Order and
Uncle Sams Boys who have been
endeavoring to fight their fellow
Catholic citizens In the dark but yelM
when they are hit by seeing their
names In print and their occupations
and residences Very few employ
ers care to have this class of unde
sirables In their employ especially
the kind with the pronounced for
eign names who have been guilty of
shouting down with the foreigners
and plotting behind closed doors
There will again be a repetition of
the last A P A spasm those that
bolonged falling all over themselves
to deny their membership while the
crafty pbliticans who used them for
dupes stand by and deny ac
quaintance even
TRIENNIAL
MeetingofXaverlan Broth
erhood Held Last
Tuesday
In accordance with their custom
ot meeting triennially and discussing
tho progress made In the past three
years and plans for the future a
large number of Xaverlan Brothers
of the American Province represent
ing every school academy and col
lege of the order in the United
States assembled at Mount St Jo
sephs College in Old Frederick road
near Baltimore on Tuesday Tho
Rev Brother Isadore President of
the Provincial Chapter presided
Among the reports of Interest sub
mitted was one to the effect that the I
Xaverian Brothers of the local Prov
ince have just completed the pur
chase of Leonard Hall in LeonarC
town tho property being bought
from the Jesuit Fathers at thaI
place Tho final deeds of tho newly
acquired property ere signed by tho I
contracting parties at Mount St
Josephs College Tho site of the
now school overlooks St Marys
river near Leonardtown and con
sists of 120 acres those attending
from Louisville were Brother Pius
of St Lawrence Institute and
Brother James of St Xavlers Col
lege
NEW YORKS DEBT
New York Citys Indebtedness is I
seven times that of any other city In II i
the country The debt Is about UZI
for each inhabitant I I i
ATTRACTIVE MONASTERY U I I
The new monastery of Blessed I i
Gabriel for the Passionist Fathers f S
n ow nearing completion In the city I l
of Boston The style of architecture i
isla
building situated on an elevation j i
that commands a view of the surIt I t t
rounding country for miles is an obII i
ject that attracts attention from far J
and wide
AMONG CATHOLIC WOMEN
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To the Syracuse Catholic Sun it I 1
is most gratifying to note the re
vival among Catholic women They j 1
appear to be lifting themselves t j
out of the card and dance rut and j
climbing to a higher plane In
Louisville in Boston in Buffalo fis
Milwaukee and other centers wombc
have organized successful clubs foM
intellectual advancement and social 1I 1
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activity That paper frequently has
contended that there is not spunS
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sociability among Catholics These
womens clubs should go a long way
toward remedying this unfortunate
condition
THE HAITI DEATH
One strange fact stands out in t hoof
experience of priests The grace of
a holy and happy death seems re
served for those who have served
God faithfully during life A sudden I
death seems to be the retributive
punishment meted out to those who
have lived in a chronic state of
ofy
enmity with God This is particularly
true of open or public sinners They
are called out of the world suddenl Y
Prevh ea t
their receiving tho last sacraments i
and this is also true to a large ex
tent of those whose vicious habits
are known only to themselves and
God They have had their chance I
and failed to take advantage of it
They have spurned Gods grace dur
ing l the years alloted to them and 1
their terrorstricken efforts to turn
to Him when death is near bear all 1
the outward appearance of failure
theWhilst
Whilst no man can presume to sit In
judgment upon anothers life and
the old church like a true and ten
der mother gives her erring children
the benefit of every doubt yet her
teaching on this matter is all I
summed up in the terrible words
As a man lives so shall he die
huma a n l
sinne ul I
life is final impenitence and eternal l
ndseparation from God
IVEln
VERY LIKELY
etThe case concerned a will and an L
Irishman was a witness I
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lawyer < fta the habit ot talking to
Ifelmself when he was alone I
I dont know was the reply
Come moms you dont know and
yet you pretend tbt you stars tatl 1 I I
raately acquainted with him k1U1
Well Mr Mid PM dryly I
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SOCIETY DIRECTORY
A O H
DIVISION 1
Meets at Fals CityHall on First and I I
Third Tuesday
President Thomas Walsh
Vice PresidentWilliam Murphy
Recording SecretaryThomas P
LawterI
LawlerFinancial
Financial SecretaryThos J Dolan
2129 Portland avenue
TreasurerThomas Keenan SrLi
Sergeant at ArmsLouis Roller
SentinelDavid Whelan
DIVISION 2
Meets First and Third Friday Red I
Mens Hall First and Market
President C J FordT
Vice President Raymond Barrett
Recording Secretary William T
Median Jfc
JfcFinancial
rFinancial SecretaryJno J Keaney
hIG07
Treasurer Joseph Lynch
Sergeant at ArmsrDavid M Mur
Phy >
Sentinel Wflllam Nash
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DIVISION 3
MeAts First and Third Mondays
Nlneteenfluaml Portland
President Patrick T Sullivan
Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan
Recording Secretary Thomas J
Uevens
Financial Secretary John G lies
stun 1710 Baird
Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty
DoughertyScntlnelThomas
SergeantatArms Jnmes P Stev
ens
DIVISION 4
Meets Second and Fourth Mondays
Bertrand Hall Sixth Street
HennessyVice
Lynchfinancial
financial SecretaryThos J Lan
an 734 West Oak
Assistant Financial Secretary D
SecretaryDJRI11ly
Js
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WinnTreasurer
WinnTreasurerIlarry
Treasurer Harry Brady
SergeantatArms William Callag
hanI I i
Outside Sentinel Michael McDer
nott
Y 2VI I I
MACKIN COUNCIL 205
Meets Monday Erenings at Club
House 344 North Twentysixth
KenneyFirst
First Vice PresidentDr Jc 1
ACasper
tSecond Vice President Thomas
I r Bachman
BachmanRecording
Recording Secretary Robert Os
jorne Corresponding Secretary = Willjam
4 Link
Financial SecretaryFrank G
dams
damsTreasurerDan
TreasurerDan Weber
Marshal Joseph Bartsch
Inside SentinelA C Link I
Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart 1
PAY YOUR TAX
Bills will be mailed to the tax I
payers of this city jnext week and
all who pay before February 10 will
be entitled to a discount of 3 per
cent The discount will be reduced
reducedI
per cent penalty will be added f
DROP IT 1
IThe endlesschain prayer worker
Is In business again Copies of an c
alleged prayer have been sent to v
Louisville ladles The authorities of I
the Catholic church do not counten d
ance these endless chain effusions I
No attention should be paid to it t
OWEXSBORO 1
George E Medley President of c
the Davless County Distilling Com t
pany and one of the best known
business men of Owensboro died of
apoplexy Saturday morning He was
for seevral years engaged In the dis
tillery business at Bardstown Ho
is survived by his wife and seven
Mrr c
taiedley was of a most amiable and
charitable disposition and his death <
Is a distinct loss to the city and I
Slate
REFUSES A SALARY
Cranston R I has a Mayor whoI I
refuses to accept 1
compensatlofor n
for his services Cranston is the
hot
meeting of the Council last week a
resolution was introduced allowing
Mayor Edward M Sullivan a salarR
ot 1000 Mayor Sullivan declared
that it the motion were passed he
would veto it and It tho Council
then passed it he would not accept
the money anyway At Mayor Sulll i
Tans request the motion was with
drawn
WORTHY EUCHRE
laThe Young Ladles Euohre Club
will give a euchre Jn St Cecilias
school hall on the afternoon and
evening of Friday January 13 T h e
games will be called of 230 a nd
830 oclock sharp Admission will
itbe
be only twentyfive cents The
prizes will be both numerous and 1
handsome
SELECT DANCE
The Pastime Drill Company Is pro
atI
Nadortfs Hall Eighteenth and Ken
tucky streets on the night of Tues
day January 31 A candy pulling
willl be given from 2 until C oclock
The committee arranging the affair
Is composed of Mesdames Lee
Schrader jT Fraeger M Herret Misa
A Gowman and William li WKten
auer Lee Schrader A Bloom F j
How F Wlttenauer R Cooraea aad
Joseph Lucken
POTATOES AND CELERY
To six raw pot sliced In the I
usual mtmnter add a < medium sliced
andonion and three stalks of celery sliced l t
rather fine Salt le ad fry to Hot olive I
oil or h n1 1oarMlJ e o1 <
> IVM tb dried pWtotai a MM4MM
aifor artall tWow wfeo have t rtd 1 1 I
Jt tkleClotpe aW 4t s ttn1 r
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MACKIN COUNCIL
Invites Public to Witness
Its Installation Mon
day Night
Mackin Council Y M I Invites
the general public to witness the
Installation of Its officers for the
coming year on Monday night at the
club house on Twentysixth street
The exercises will be in charge of
exPresident Robert T Burke and
the State degree team and will be
v ery Interesting In addition there i
will be an excellent musical and
literary programme for the enter
tainment of the audience and some
dshort but eloquent addresses
Tho meeting this week was held
Tuesday night and was largely de
voted to preparations for the in 1
stallatlon above referred to and the
big initiation and banquet to be
held on Washingtons birthday
when the membership contest will be
closed Rival teams of fifteen mem
bers each are waging an earnest con
test and promise to bring In a class
as largo as any that has ever been i
iccelvcdPresident I sa
President JoKh Kenney an
nounced the death of Constantino
Canova and upon motion the char
ter was ordered draped and a com
mittee appointed to draft resolutions s
expressing the sorrow felt and sym
pathy for tho bereaved parents It
was also announced that the ques
Lion of making alterations or an ad
dition to the club house would bo
voted upon at the meeting to be held
January 16 Charles Raldy reported
reportedthat
that satisfactory progress was being
made for the coming euchre which
promises to be the biggest ever held I
in I the West End
JUG TIM
Provides Christmas Din
ner For Thousands
of Poor
On the Now York Bowery on t
Christmas < day State Senator Big
Tim Sullivan fed 6000 S
and unfortunates in the rooms of
the Timothy D Sullivan Association
marking the fifteenth annual Tim
othy D Sullivan Christmas feast
Dig Tim throw open the doors
himself at 11 oclock There wore I
three long tables extending the
length j of the room with capacity to
food exactly 210 at a time There I
were no chairs for It was a standup II I
dinner although there was food
t
aplenty and a stringed orchestra
mlaying It took exactly fifteen min
utes for the first round of Bowery
BoweryItes i tn
out As they passed out each man
received a pipe and a paper of to
bacco and a neat little printed card
instructing him to be present on
Monday February 6 1911 Presenta ne
PresentatibQ e
thebearer
pairs of heavy socks
FACTIONISTS REPUDIATED i
The decisive manner In which
whichIreland
Ireland has repudiated the OBrienlto
OBrtettlttactfottiets
factionlsts and their evil work
brings cheer not only to Irish Ni
tlonallsts at home but to Ireland a
well wishers In every part of tllI I
globe Treason to tho National
cause has been rebuked In a manner
which demonstrates that the Iris i
people will have none of It Tho
decisive manner In which factlonism
has been condemned at the polls b 3s
the loyal sons of Ireland also stows
us that the treason hatched by Will
Blam
understood by the Irish people anJ
consequently will be comparatively
iA
GREAT PARISH SCHOOL
St Catherine of Genoas School
Now York City unquestionably one
of the most conspicuous in the
country has been blessed by Right
Rev Bishop Cusack Tho structure
cost 105000 and has an assembly
hall that will seat 5000 persons
FOUND RILEY i
You have beefsteak of course1
he queried as toe entered the I
butcher shop with a brisk step
stepOf
nOf
Of course
And beefsteak Is good to tako
the color out of a black eye1
aThe best thing In the world
Good Save two pounds for
Riley
RlleyWhat
dWhat Riley
11The Riley two blocks down Im
going down to black both < his optics
Hell probably call In half an hour
Good evening
hIn twenty minutes the man was 1
back with ibis coat In rags his col
lar gone his nose bleeding and both I
eyes puffing up
askedub
ubI did sir and hes kindly con
sented to let me use the beef In his
sirh
OPTIMISM
Nothing will so completely paralyze I
the creative power of the mind and l
body asa dark gloomy discouraged l
mental attitude No great creative I
work can be done by a man who is
not an optimist The human mind
can not accomplish grdat work unless
the banner of hope goes Jn advance
A man will follow this Banner whori
money friends reputation every thing
else has gone
STALE BREAD
A loaf of stale bread can bo
wrapped Jn a wet towel placed In a
steamer and steamed tender Cold I
biscuits left from breakfast can be
beltOflsted I 1
hastily dip them Into water placo f In
a bread plan and heat in the bee InI I
Very old bread should be grumble nd I
and added to breakfast cakes and
served with maple syrup Old tread
broken into email pieces and damp
enftd vHb milk makes a good put
din pissed In alteraatRlayera wit > s
eIapples Dot ritk bdttarct II I I
aefc or nutmeg rMpt4a em with
r 11f and bate A sold > bread arc 8f
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FRANK FEHR BREWING Cft II
I1VOO I T > OSJ ATIEO
Brewers and Bottlers
LOUISVILLE KY
OUR
sIs
SPECIAL BREW
Is Excellent and Pure Approved by everyx
one who has tried it Telephone 452 1
SENN ACKERMAN i
BREWING COMPANY
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FALLS CITY BREWING CO
INCORPORATED
Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street
Arc Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order
a Case for Your Home
TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69
SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light
Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phose 1913
WIEDEMANN r
INCOBFOBiTED
BREWING COMPANYS
Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers
Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Sauer
Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky <
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JOHN EI FRANK
TSa
WALTERS
Clay Street Brewery
50S 510 and 512 CLAY STREET
TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY
JOHN F OERTEL CO
INCORPORATED
BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY
BREWERYBEER
CELEBRATED CREAM BEER
1400 to 1408 Story Avenue
BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE Kt
JLBrownfieldGo J L
553 THIRD ST
Engineer and Contractor
STEAM and HOT WATER
HOTWATERj
Dont Build Without Seeing Me
Home Phone 7846
7846I I I
known as the heel is Useful for
cleaning a vegetable grater
FOR WOSIANS EYE
Ratine and camels hair are in
high favor
Gloves for evening are now worn
loose and baggy
Velvet sashes are elegant with a
lightweight gown
Many women have their hatpins
match their brooches
providedh
with some of the now waists
Outside the sheer waists the
favorites are taffeta and satin
satinI I
10 latest novelty is an effect of
shaded fur which is called brocade
furLarge brocadeI I
Large hats have little trimming
Tho fad of the year is the bead
workBlouses
thol
girdle from the effects of the peas
ant sleeve
alcoveMilliners
od f
smallI <
and medium
Little top hats or caps of fur are
making great headway In tho fash
lonablo world
All the now coats are straight 1 in
line just ample enougn to cover the
new scant costumes
There are many half length mud
full length handsome coats braid
and velvet trimmed ito wear over
any skirtI
ISome of the smartest coats for
young girls are of plaid with huge
Itevers and cuffs of plain serge u r
broadcldthI
MANY COWiJI I
There to an average fabout ODe
cow to every fife ptflMM in the
FUatl 13tatee But the price e f
milk makes many thtak there to
but one for every hundred i i
BEDDING PLANTS
Geraniums Roses
Heleotrope Etc
Cemetery Work a specialty
REASONABLE PRICES
JACOB SCHULZ
ITHE FLORIST
550 S FOURTH AVE
Both Phones 223
HENRY AIJ A 1 J1 J PUU P U
a
DYER AND CLEANER
ladles and Gents Wearing Atfirit
WORK GUARANTEE
Phone J63S 528 Fifth StTMt
iHGNRY HUNOID
BBAZXR IN
Staple and Fancy Gr
A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM
IN CONNECTION
Old Whiskies a Specialty
I ere PHle UH 540 WrW ALT
MONON ROUTE
BETWEEN
LOUISVILLE AND CHKA
BEST LINE TO
French Lick and >
West Baden Spriiff
UNION STATION
LOUISVILLE
DEARBORN STATKHT
CHICAGO
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