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Gran W. Smith's Son,
I Funeral Director
Cerrlages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice.
809 W. JEFFERSON STREET.:
CU 4 '
HOMI PHONI 88 CUMBERLAND 123
J. J4 BARRETT'S SONS
East Main. Street. .
t D. J. DOUGHERTY
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Both Phone 2098 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS
All Call Answer!1 Prsmptly, Day or Night.
1231 WEST MARKET STREET.
t "flXE WINES.
345 West Green Street.
THOMAS KEEN AN,
Funeral Director and Embalmer
All call, promptly attended to, day or Bight.
Carriage furnished (or all occaaiona.
1225 W. MARKET ST.
Independent of All Undertaker.
KATIE AGNES SMITH.
Washing and Dressing Ladle and
BOMB PHONE! 1677
(Mr year boy tiscatles that will re
sir then fer III.
ST. XAVIER'S COLLEOE
112 W. BrMdway, LaalavllU. Ky.
Conducted by the Xaveriaa Brother.. Claulcal
ctentinc and Buaineae Count, Preparatory Da
partment, Large swimming Paol, Well Kquippcd
Gyannaaium. Terma Moderate. Bro. Jauea. Dir
FOR THE CARE OF INSANE ANO
The Sisters ef Mercy, of Jefferson ville,
lad., own and manage a private hospital
tor the care and treatment of Icsane and
epileptic patients. Both male and female
patients are admitted. Kates very reas
onable. For further particulars apply to
MOTHER MARY REG IN A
Start Avaas, JclferseavHla lad.
PETER M. ANDRIOT & SONS
Cjrrijgi Rejalricf isd Futier Tires
SOS AND 207 WEST 6REEN STREET.
S. J. McELLIOTT t
& McELLIOTT, f
GEHER & SON,
215 WEST MARKET' STREET,
SEI.Ii TH8 CELEBRATED
. The Only Refrigerator with Cork
The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE
Combines not few but all features of
practical value that are considered deslr
ered desirable in a Gas Range.
' The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL
It ranks high In tn estimation of the
GET YOUR BARGAINS
AT TUB .
Shoat Pork House
OUR THIRD SEASON
Price List ol Beef-All Choke Cuts
Round Steak . . 10c Sirloin Steak . . 10c
Tea bone Steak 10c Clubhouse Steak 10c
Rib Steak. .10c Chuck Steak 3 lbs. 25c
Porterhouse Steak 10c
Pure Hog Lard 12c
Choice Roasts per lb 8 and 10c
All cuts of Pork, per lb 12
Odds and Ends per lb Sc
Country Sausage 10c per lb.
Preston St., near Lynn.
PINE WINES AND LIQUORS
Distillers and Wholesale Deal
era in Finest Brands of Ken
tucky Whiskies, especially
Pearl of Nelson,
BOTTLED IN BOND.
'sUaaon IMS. 134 SIXTH STREET.
Good breeding will tide over many
an awkward spot in life, and good
breeding la not uncommon. It
flourishes In aeveral grades of so
ciety, and la often lacking In high
circles, where it la expected. Men
and women who are brought up to
refined living seldom find employ
Kami km to tier kind, although a
ie aie auie to keep to it in sordid
Education la an Important feature
of modem life, bul it la in way al
lied with good breeding. There are
educated boora , without number,
and refined women whose book
knowledge la of the scanty variety.
A a rule a finishing school doea a
girl more real good than a college
course, but this belief Is based ou
knowledge of women from both
When the young husband arrived
home from the office be found his
wife in tears. "Oh, John," she
sobbed, "I had baked a lovely cake
and vut it on the back porch for
the frosting to dry, and the dog ate
"Well, don't cry about it, dear. I
know a rilan who will give me an
MADE BLACK, STAYS BLACK.
A man once took a piece of white
cloth to a dyer to have it dyed black.
He was so pleased with the result
that lie went back to the dyer wKh a
piece of black cloth to have It dyed
white. The dyer answered: "A piece
of cloth Is like a man's reputation;
It can be made black, but It can not
be made white again."
What They Have Been Dolrg
tha Past Week Oeneral
Several new faces were seen at
the County Board last Thursday
Our Ladles' Auxiliary la arranging
for a number of entertainments In
the near future.
The Manchester Emerald reports
the order aa having had a prosper
ous year In New Hampshire.
Division 7 of Manchester, N. II.,
has ordered a pool table for ' its
quarters for recreation purposes.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of New
Britain, Conn., has a membership of
over 600 and a substantial treasury.
Wttch Denny Coleman bring Di
vision S to the front. He hopes to
do even better than his predecessor.
The "blowout" to be held by Di
vision 1 for Ita members on January
17 will be the "real thing." Don't
There is every reason to believe
that Division 2 will prosper in its
new home at Broadway and Camp
bell streets. "
Division 1 of St. Paul will next
Thursday night celebrate the thir
tieth anniversary of the Hibernian
organization In Ramsey county.
A lively contest Is expected for a
gold medal to be awarded by Divis
ion 1 of Manchester, N. II., to the
one securing the most members this
Division 1 of Jeffersonvllle In
stalled its officers at a rousing
meeting Wednesday night. Presi
dent. Cole baa made a good begin
ning. Members of Division 1 are elated
over the financial (standing reported
by Secretary Tom Dolan and Treas
urer Keenan. They report an In
crease of 25 per cent. In the treas
The installation of the Ladles'
Auxiliary waa marked by a splendid
attendance Wednesday night. Miss
Rose Sweeney and Miss Mary Cor
coran spoke words that were highly
Our Ladies' Auxiliary is making
satisfactory progress, the first meet
ing of the new year being well at
tended. Many hope they will this
year observe the anniversary of
Division 1 of Jeffersonville has
changed Its quarters, and will meet
regularly In Elk's Hall on the first
and third Wednesday eevnings of
each month. This is the best lodge
room In the city.
' A splendid turn-out witnessed
the Installation of Division 1 in Jef
fersonville on Wednesday night. All
expressed themselves as satisfied
that the next year would be one of
the best In their history.
Members of the Ancient Order
who fail to attend at least one meet
ing each month are remiss In their
duty. Good attendance means good
meetings, and the Inevitable result
is an increased membership.
Ladies' Auxiliary 1 of St. Paul has
an Irish literary society that la do
ing splendid work. Last week it en
tertained the State officers with a
programme of musical and recitative
numbers that was appreciated.
The only meeting to be held next
week will be that of Division 4 on
Monday night at Bertrand Hall.
With the annual reports and a re
view of the work of the past year
the meeting will be one of much in
Division 1 of New Albany will
toon determine upon the observance
of St. Patrick's day. Our friends
over the river never fail in the
celebration of the festival of ' the
patron saint of their grand old
Dlvls'on 2 haa made a live etart
for the new year. James Welch and
Charges Obst are arranging for the
reception of members at the next
meeting at Campbell and Broadway,
and the feast they promise will sur
pass any ever seen at a Hibernian
gathering in thla city.
Members of Division 2 were re
joiced to learn Wednesday night
that the veteran Michael Keaney,
who has been ill at bis home ou
Rogera street, waa on the road to
recovery and expected ' to soon be
abl to meet with them. Mr. Keaney
la one of the founders of the
Ancient Order In Louisville.
THEY PLAYED CORKS.
"I walked Into' a Western bar,"
said a New York sport, "and the pro
prietor greeted me with, 'Did you
ever play the game of corks?'
"I'Trot it out,' I said, end he
brought out a bunch of corka and
set them in front of the longest line,
of guest you ever aaw in your life.
'Now,' aaya he, the last man to pick
up his cork titer I say go isatuck.
Go!' be hollered, and I dug my
fingers into the bar in my hurry.
I waa the first to pick up my cork,
all right, but I was the last, too. The
rout Just atood around and laughed.
The round for that bunch of pirates
cost me exaotly $12.50." -
THE) WINGED GOD.
A sculptor once showed a visitor
his studio. It waa full of gods. One
waa very curious. The face was
concealed by being covered with bair
and there were wing on each foot.
"What is his name?" said the apec
tator. "Opportunity," waa the re
ply. "Why la his face hidden?" Be
cause men seldom know him when
he comes to them." "Why baa be
wings on hla feet?" "Because be la
soon gone, and once gone can never
be overtaken." . .
How ldtotio would a sailor be to
day who turned wilfully away from
all the map and charta and sound
ing which experienced predecessors
have provided for blm! Is the young
man or woman much better who
turns away defiantly from the ad
vice of elders who have sailed the
sea of life? That way ahlpwroik
A. O. II.
Meets at Falls' City Hall on First
and Third Tuesday.
President William Murphy.
Vice President - Anthony Tomp
kins. Recording Secretary Joseph E.
Financial Secretary Jamea J.
Treasurer Thomas P. Lawler.
8e: geant-at-Arms Louis Roller.
Meei. First and Third Wednesday,
Campbell and Broadway.
President C. J. Ford.
Vice President Ernest Smith.
Recording Secretary William T.
Financial Secretary John J.
Treasurer Jamea Welsh.
Bergeant-at-Arma W. .8. Nally.
Meets First' and Third Mondays,
Ilneteenth and Portland.
President D. J. Coleman.
Vice President Hugh Hourlgan.
Recording Secretary Thomas
Financial Secretary J. O. Hes
slon. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty.
Sontlnel Thomas Noon.
Meets Second and Fourth Monday,
Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street.
President John H. Hennessy.
Vice President Thomas Lynch.
Recording Secretary John J.
Financial Secretary Thomas J.
Treasurer Harry Brady.
Assistant Financial Secretary
D. J. Rellly.
Sergeant-at-Arma William Cal
laghan. Sentinel M. J. McDerraott.
DIVISION 1, JEFFERSONVILLE.
Meets First and Third Wednesday
At Elks' Hall.
County President Lawrence
President John G. Cole. ,
Vice President J. E. Murphy.
Recording Secretary Hugh Mc
Grody. Financial Secretary John Hogan.
Treasurer Raymond Stanton.
Sergeant-at-Arms Michael Gar
rity. Sentinel Thomas Gleason.
Marshal Mlohael Noon.
"V. JVX. I.
MACKIN COUNCIL 205.
Mee3 Monday Evenings at Club
House, 344 North Twenty-sixth.
President Samuel L. Robertson.
Vice' Presidents Joseph J. Han
cock, A. C. Link.
- Financial Secretary F. G. Adams.
Recording Secretary R. Osborne.
"Corresponding Secretary H. Ker-
Treasurer W. A. Link.
' Marshal J. II. Sheehan.
Inride Sentinel P. Andriott.
Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart.
IHKLAN'I AND Til EE.
On, llary acushlu, 1 find "i must leave
To seek out my .fortune far over
. the sea.
The cruel laws imposed on our own
Have not much effect in the "land
of the free."
n'll strlvte to jphold the good nainie
that is earned.
By my countrymen, livl'ig in far
And I hoipe by success to fully aveuge
The treatment received at our dark
But Mai), my loved one, though far
o'er the ocean,
Remember your vow and your
promise to me,
aid pray for the health and success
of the waod'er.
Whose Drat and best thought is of
Ireland a.ivd Mice.
LATEST IX STYLES.
Coats have vivid lininga.
Black and white in broken plaids
A pretty toque la of black velvet
edged with fur.
- Some manufacturers say short
capea. are coming back.
The fichu lines are evident, espe
cially on chlfTon blouses.
Visiting dresses, even when mads
short, are most sumptuous.
Many of the black hats are
trimmed high with black marines.
Silk crepe draperlea in the ancient
Indian cash mere shawl patterns are
A sailor collar when mads of lace
is a pretty accessory to a dinner
The dlrectolre style grows more
fashionable as the season pro
gresses. Tan. shoes are In great demand.
Button and laces are about equally
On would go far to find a more
attractive waist than the new chlf
The strong favor for serges in
black, navy and white shows no
signs of decreasing.
Plain cloth, velvet and plaid
trimmings are characteristic com
binations on children's garments.
I The empire fashions aa now worn
are not by any means shapeless
(Tiiey are u the contrary made ao
as to display the figure to the best
advantage, even though the waist
come almost under the armpit.
Deep breathing, which draws the
blood from tbd brain to the lungs,
Is one of the most effective cure
Record of the float Important et
the Recent Eventa Culled
The people of Llstowel are agitat
ing the lighting of the town by
The Rev. Father Henry, of Mul
laghroe, has been transferred to
An old age pensioner named
Sweeney, aged 102, voted at Llslane
polling station. North Derry.
Much reget has been evoked In
the Shercock district of Cavan by
the death of Mrs. Patrick Cassldy.
The death of the Rev. T. Flnan,
whlrb took place at the Stella Maria
Hospital In Sligo, is much regretted.
Very Rev. J. Canon Doyle, of Kil
kenny, has been appointed Arch
deacon in auccesslon to the late
Deep regret Is felt throughout
Mayo at the death of Myles O'Don
nell. Which occurred somewhat anil.
denl at bis residence at Klltlmagh.
A burning accident In which
Bridget McLeod, an old age pen
sioner, lost her life, ncrnrrorl r.
cently at Garryad, near Borrlskane.
A shooting outrage occurred at
Aueher aa a result nf which a la
borer named Robert Togher has
been placed under arrest and re
manded for eight days.
At a meetine- of the Unilinear
District Council Owen Wlckham ex
tended a hearty welcome to William
Gibson, who was recntly co-opted a
memner or tne council.
The Droeheda -Mairlat
refused a renewal of a license for
the Droeheda Tradoa f!l llh nn
grounds that It waa used for the
sale of excisablej liquors.
Dr. O'Hara. Dlsnenaarv Mcllc.l
Officer at Blueball, was at a meeting
oi me luuamore Guardians unan
imously elected Medical Officer for
Kllbeegan. in room of thn into rtr
The announcement nf tha irnr
of the Rev. Father Fouhy from
Buttevant to Queenstown was re
ceived by all the parishioners in the
iormer place with feellnea of denn
J. F. Kllleen was cWterl h
clear majority over several other
candidates for tha fATYi nnrn rv
vacancy In the Rate Collectorshlp In
imericK, caused by the death of
The King, on the recommpnrlatlnn
of the Lord Lieutenant, has nom
inated v. j. Dunn, J. P., to be a
member of thn first, cnwrnin hnj.
of University College at Cork, in the
room or Aiicnaei Murphy, resigned.
Father John HueheB haa rpturnort
to bis native sod after & lnno- ah.
sence on the Australian mission. He
is a native of Tuliamore, which he
left twelve years aeo. He arrived in
Tuliamore, where he was accorded a
The cottasre in which William Or.
was born Is still In a a-onri urate rr
preservation. It Is situated close to
Mlltown cemetery, Shane's Castle.
This cottage has-recntlv nnaood i,
sale into the possession of Ernest
Donnan, of Antrim.
Six fishermen lost their live.
owing to the etorm In Ark
bor under peculiarly distressing cir
cumstances. The names of the vic
tims are Skipper Brown, William
ivavanagn, L,arry Brlen, Dan Dono
van, William Clancy, William Forde.
A farmer named Patrick t.
who held about thlrtv acres if lanrl
at Boytonrath, ' near Cahlr, was
aniea Dy railing out of a donkey's
cart at Kllemnee while on his way
home from Cahlr In com nantf with
another farmer named Edward
Two men named Peter nnni.
and John Brlen, of 'Robertstown,
county Kiidare, were somewhat seri
ously Injured by the explosion of a
petrol tank on one of the boats at
the Grand Canal Company's harbor
in jjuDiin. The barge was due to
leave for Carlow.
When H. Franka. .I P aon tr
Sir Henry Grattan Bellew's estate,
attending at Vlcarstown, County
Carlow, to receive the rents, in
formed the tenants that no reduc
tion oouiu De given on account of
the unfavorable season, the tenant.
left in a Body without paying.
Premier Laurier. - of rVnnria ha.
celebrated hla alxty-nlnth birthday.
"9 nas a long and distinguished
political record. When about thirty
yeara old be was a member of the
Quebec Legislature. He entered the
Federal Parliament in 1874, ot
which body he haa been a. mcmlmr
for thirty-six years, and for four
teen years he has been head of the
The first and highest eaid of the
Christian home la to train children
for heaven. Thla object gained, all
la well; If otherwise the loss will be
Infinite, eternal. Irreparable. Surely
It la a terrible Indictment when a
Judge, a recognized head of the
work among delinquent children. In
the United States a man who has
had an experience with the criminal
class as no other haa had declares
that it is back to the home and the
father and mother that we must go
for the germs ot Juvenile de
linquency and that it may be traced,
in nine cat out of ten, to mistaken
kindness or friendliness In allowing
very young children to remain away
from home at night, in the formative
period of their young and plastic
minds. St. Augustine says, "Give me
the child till he Is five years ot age,
and you may have him tor the reet
'of hla life." So important do the
great thinkers ami theologians hold
this formative period In the heart ot
the little child.
All batter cakes are better baked
on an unareased ariddle. aa tkv
'rise and keep their shape, and do
Brewers and Bottlers
Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every
one who has tried it. Telephone 452,
SENN Sc. ACKERM AN
FALLS CITY BREWING CO.
Broadway and Thirty-First Street.
Are Brewing; and Bottling Beer
a Case for Your Home.
TELEPHONES: Horn 7671-7672, Climb. Wt 69.
Cumb. Phone West 191
Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers.
Sold at all leading bars and cafea. Renowned for parity, itrength and excellent Siw
Gruber & Deuser, Managers, Louisville, Ky.
Clay Street Brewery
508, 510 and 512
JOHN F. OERTEL CO.
1400 to 1408
BOTH PHONES 891.
J. L. Brovnfield & Go.
553 THIRD ST.
Engineer and Contractor
STEAM and HOT WATER
Don't Build Without Seeing Me.
Home Phone 7846.
not follow the grease. You will be
rid of the disagreeable smoke and
the odor of burning fat. Your grid
dle need not necessarily be of soap-
atone. If you have an old griddle
and clean it thoroughly, being sure
to remove all burned fat or batter,
it can be used in the above way.
Two tablespoonfols of melted butter
la a great improvement to all batter
rOTATO DOUG HX ITS.
Cream, one cupful of eugar with
one teaspoonful ot butter, add one
egg well beaten, one cupful ot warm
mashed potatoes, one-halt cupful of
milk, a pinch ot ginger, two or
three gratings of nutmeg, one-fourth
teaspoonful of salt, three teaspoon
fuls of baking powder and three
cupfuls of flour. Roll quite thin, as
they puff up considerably.
Ten parts of .slaked lime to one
of hydraullo cement, mixed with
salt water, makes whitewash that
will not easily wash or rub off.
USES FOIl SALT.
Salt In the water cleans glass
Brooms aoaked in bot salt water
wear better and do not break.
Salt dissolved in alcohol or am
monia removes grease apot.
Salt hardens gums, makes teeth
white and aweetens breath.
Weak and tired eyes are refreshed
by bathing with warm water and
Housemaids should pour salt water
after using down drain pipes.
Add salt to water in which black
and white good are washed.
Especially for Family Use. Order
LIFE SAVER (Light.
tfome Phoae m
- LOUISVILLE. KY.
(Cemetery Work a specialty)
I Mt r LvJrf lo t v
550 S. FOURTH AVE.
Both Phones 223.
HENRY A. J. PULS,
DYER AND CLEANER
Ladles' and Gents' Wearing Appartt
528 Fifth Street
Mania anrl- Fanrw GrtwH.
A FIRST-CLASS SAMPLE ROOM
Old Whiskies a Specialty.
....Pk...iui. 540 W. WAU;
LOUISVILLE AND CHJCAC
BEST LINE TO
French Lick and
West Baden Spria;i
Ifiln an Parlsr Caas. Palace tsar'.
V. H. BACON. D. P. A '
N. W. Cor. fourth aud alaika