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IT IS ALWAYS PURE.
II. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Kv.
J D. J. DOUGHERTY
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL 90CASI0NS
All Calls Antwtrtf Promptly, Day er Night.
1231 WEST MARKET STREET.
J VJ1 till T T Ollllill O Otlllf I
Carriage Furnished for All
809 W. JEFFERSON STREET. f
HOMB PHONE 88
J. J. BARRETT'S SONS
East Main , Street.
Funeral Director and Embalmer
TELEPHONE CITY 365.
All calls promptly attended to, day or night.
Carriage furnished for all occasions.
1225 WEST MARKET. STREET.
IT DOESN'T PAY
To argue against QUALITY. Get the BEST In the itart and
be satisfied In the END. USB DIAMOND WALL PLASTER
ENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO.
Ir.t ud River. Both Phone tMT
CIO IU5IIK AVKNUU
(Cemetery Work specialty)
550 S. FOURTH AVE.
Both PbJnes 223.
Staple and Fancy Grccsrlss
A FIRST-CLASS SAMPLE ROOM
Old Whiskies a Specialty.
k43Jo. 524 W. WALNUT.
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
Distillers mod Wbol.aal. Deal
ra la Finest braade of Keo
tacky Wbisklts, especially.
Pearl of- Nelson,
BOTTLED IN BOND.
TiWpkM. 1141. SS4 SIXTH ITMfT.
& J. McELLIOTT
Occasions on Short Notice.
Alao operatlnf Rooaler Well Platter Plant.
JeSeraonviMe, Ind. Phone 666.
ny Vow While the Vrioe la Low,
Lara;., Cleaa OoaJ, rreahv Trom
The aunea Dally.
TUDIWtTIB X.TJXP $3.53
TRABWATEB WTJT (3.36
TUAOEWATEB WUT AJTO BLACK. $3. SS
PITTBBUKQH X.UatP (4.33
JELLICO LUMP $4.18
BTKAIOHT C1EII LUMP $4.85
STRAIGHT CBEEK JTUT ARB
All Per Tona of
OIT TOO TM.M
FRANKEL GOAL CO,
EIGHTH AND ZANE.
tome rhoa. City StlO
Oajnberlana Phone Month 1048-T.
It. yon boys aa edaoaUoa that will
pre pars then (of Ufa.
ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE:
IIS W. Broadway, Loalsrtll., Ky.
Conducted by the Xav.rlao Brothers.
Classical, Sclentlflo and business
Cuur.es. Preparatory Department, Large
Bwluiniluf Fool, W.ll Buulpped Qyaioa
slum, Terma Moderate, tiro. James. Dir.
SaTONLY ONE STOKE
Rosebuds a Specialty.
632 FOURTH AVKNDE.
Seta) Telepbeae. 1080.
AH arders receive prompt attention
lad tatiktactloa guaranteed.
What They Have Been Doing
the Past Week General
Progress la being made with the
Hibernian building; fund At Man
chester, N. H. .
Monday night Division 3 will In
stall its officers and a good time
awaits all who attend.
Everybody la Invited to the home
coming of Division 1 at Falls City
Hall next Tuesday night.
The Ladles' Auxiliary at Pueblo,
Col., are giving a series of dances,
the proceeds of which (to to swell
their entertainment fund.
Monday night there will be a gen
eral meet In ft of Omaha Hibernians
for the purpose of celebrating the
anniversary of the "Night o' the Big
The County Board degree team In
itiated thirty candidates last week
for Ladles' Auxiliary 10 of St. Paul.
After ithe ceremony a banquet was
Division 1 haa arranged for elab
orate Installation ceremonies Tues
day night. Special notices have been
sent out calling upon members to be
Officers and members of Division
2 are being congratulated upon the
selection of their new quarters. This
division Is now located In a fertile
field and should soon become as
strong as any in the city.
The Milwaukee' division has re
ceived letters from the King of
Bulgaria and the King of Servla
thanking the members . for the
message congratulating the Balkan
powers on their success against the
At the last meeting of Division 5
of Providence, R. I., County Presi
dent Carr, on behalf or the Hiber
nians of the city, presented State
President Patrick J. Flnneran with
a handsome son a goia em Diem oi
Congratulations are tendered the
ladles' auxiliaries and the' sis divis
ions of the Falls Cities on their
success during the year Just ended.
May the same be Increased Immeas
urably In 1913 and their ranks be
Division ' 1 of Jeffersonville gave
Its annual ball Tuesday night and
scored another pronounced success.
Being the only publlo New Year's
eve entertainment in mat city, u
was largely attended by the best
people of Jeffersonville and vicinity.
National Director McOinnls, of
Scranton, has succeeded In organlz
ing three juvenile divisions In
Schuylkill county, the smallest con
taining sixty and the largest eighty
nine members. Three others are In
process of formation in the Bame
During the short time he has been
invenlle organizer former National
Secretnrv McGlnnls has Instituted i
twelve new divisions In Pennsylvania.
A twelve-pound turkey
was the f
prize for attendance'at the meeting
of Division 2 before Christmas in
Members are cautioned not to
forget the lotto and dance party to
be given by Division 1 at Heptasoph
Hall, Seventeenth and Main, on
Friday. January 17. President
Tarpey and his committee promise a
lively evening and some very hand
One of the scholarships estab
lished by the Ladles' Auxiliary at
Trinity College, Washington, Is now
available. Prospective candidates
can secure all necessary information
concerning the examination from the
National President, Mrs. Ellen Ryan
Jolly, Pawtucket, R. I.
Edward Feeney, of New York,
former President of the American
Federation of Catholic Societies, has
been made a Knight of St. Gregory
by Pope Plus X. The official noti
fication of the honor was brought
from Rome last, week by Btahop
Kennedy, rector of the American
College, who Is at present visiting
friends in Philadelphia.
HEADS HIS ORDER.
Brother Maurice, for a year Di
rector of St. Vincent Academy at
Mobile, Ala., has been appointed
Provincial of the BrothCTi of the
Sacred Heart for the United Statea,
succeeding Brother Isidore, who re
lieves Brother Maurice at St. Vin
cent. The headquarters of the new
Provincial will be in New Jersey.
ANOTHER NOTABLE CONVERT.
Miss Katrlna Page-Brown, daugh-
i - . . 4 n D.i,r , V. n
v . v.J,. ..I.. j '
daughter of ex-Justice Roger A.I
i ryor, has been
..xaIv.iI lnrt tVlft
After their bridal trip in the East
Miss Edna May Newhall and Joseph
Cfa van nhA worst mnrrlpil Inst week
by Vicar General Bross'art In St. I
Mary's Cathedral, will reside In Cov- nave silk braiding In two colors meniurr i oi. m ,.....,....
imtnn where h voung couola are.hina nrt scarlet, for instance. K. of C. Mr. Henchey was born in
The famous Cathedral of Btrass-1
a a inn ir
wnen me taineurai was uunv
n j i I.
1198 walla were erected upon
old Roman foundations, which rested
upon a layer of earth that was not
stamped down. In some plaes it
haa Just been discovered the founda
tions have sunk nearly ten Inches.
8EE9 POPH PIUS.
Mrs. John R. Drexel and Miss
Alice Drexel were recently received
In private audience by the Pope. Mrs
uuik is siiiKiiiK. ji.iwic..i ..v.-.. aandln atiffly out toward one siae. .....o --
capital of Alsac. report thit the,st T fuP and chiffon are bounty Donegal at the north
great edifice with Us celebrated ..VelVet' ,
lo,k work .how. series tears and often aeen U oM rlSa aV 1 WB ,he varle,y ,nd "randeur. of
.in. h- nnrthern nlllar. U'o" re M muth ,n f'iVor tnl y.ear- the cliffa are most thrilling and im-
k.A nnt in!lnrl for a aoeclal.wlll atand
. " .
aa ane merely,
w!nhed to see tne tioiy rainer. i
cordinglr the family was received In
. am.ll ihrnna roam, where the
i, ...... i.,. on i.iiiia in some
Franciscan pilgrims. The Holy,
Fatber met his audience almost on
All the late and new Styles and Shapes
can be found her. at raasonabl. prices,
Call add sea at
Having: purchased the entire
stock of Monuments of the late
Muldoon Monument Company,
we are In a position to offer the
ame to parties wishing; to Im
prove their cemetery lots at very
Oive us a call at our ware
rooms. 318-320 West Oreen St.
New Muldoon Monument Co.
terms of equality and when the
Americana retired all were smiling.
DAY BY DAY.
Let me be a little kinder,
Let me be a little blinder
To the faults of those about me;
Let me praise a little more;
Let me be. when I am weary.
Just a little bit more cheery,
Let me serve a little better
Those that I am striving for.
Let me be a little braver
When temptation bids me waver.
Let me strive a little harder
To be all that I should be;
Let me be a little meeker
With the brother that Is weaker, i
Let me think more of my neighbor
Let me he a little sweeter,
Make my life a bit completer
Py doing what I should do
Every minute of the day;
Let me toll without complaining,
Not a humble task disdaining;
Let me face the summons calmly
When Death beckons m
wnen ueain pecKons me away.
Detroit Free Press,
Be One of Best Ever
To provide the sinews with which
build a greater Knights of
Colurabus home in Washington, the
members of the order in that cit.
are planning for a big klrmess, to A remarkable discovery took'place
open in their present temple on Eas In a valley lying to the northwest of
ter Monday night and continue fo; Mallow Station, when a number of
two weeks. It Is contemplated tha railway men who were engaged cut
the function will be the most am ting a large tree that grew beside a
Ditious entertainment ever attempts
by the Knights of Columbus In th
national capital. The respectlv
committeemen are brimful of en
thusinsm over the affair, for the
Knights of Columbus are said to hav
long felt the need of more com
moaious quarters, in oraer tnat me
luouiuers oi ine orunr may nave mo j. p Quirke, Carrick-on-Suir, for
benefit of a greater diversity of clut $io,600. In trust for W. Wallace, a
features in a building suitable to ac- wealthy Australian mine owner and
commodate large assemblies of men a natiVe of Grangemockler. County
a large auditorium and bowling al- Tipperary. One hundred and eighty
leys, blliard rooms, library and re- gIx acrea of land were BoId wlth tne
ceptlon rooms. The present temple u0Uge
wnicn was iormeriy usea as a Bapus
church, comprises two good slzet
halls, and here the springtime klr
mess win oe stagea. vr. j. nosiei
bW i0, u. oii.uu..
Committee for the klrmess, has been
surrounded with an
active body 0'.
the work o:
preparation s on in earnest. m....r
the ceremonies attending the unveil
ing of the Columbus statue on Jun
8 last the Washington Knights o
Columbus realized then the need o
... , , T
more commodious quarters, and th'i
will most likely develop into one oi
the best buildings for tne order
FOR WOMAN'S EYE.
The one sided effect Is almost as
much liked as ever on evening
g0Wn!!' .u . u. . , . I
It is quite the fashion to wear a
waistcoat, the belted velvet coats so
much liked. !
LiOng wniie sueae gloves are cum
Ing into favor with French women
for evening wear. I
' Small black hats of breitschwanz
UttVO B S1UKI19 Slfclcllo limn. F
a dazzling stone.
A certain black crepe leather Is a
favorite for mourning bags, or even
the ordinary handbag.
Petticoats to wear with evening
frocks are frequently of white crepe
il chine with lace ruffles.
some of the newest tailored suits
The nreent position of the
als-rRtta or Daradise on the hat 1s
.distinctly upright in the very front.
I a nnihas wav nf trlmmlritr the
t ,8 wUn jong loop bow8
- . ..,-
pean. are inn ubuo. i..- -
the faBhlonabie wnua crepe ue cuius
Properly managed there are few
tiHnrtnw Tilarita that give greater
satisfaction than well chosen ferns.'
The Boston rem is a variety oi swum
fern that is robuat, a dulck ana
graceful grower and very durable. It
changes 01 temperature
I . . i,..V
ana also gas. wujcu mum
ferns will not do. This fern is a
fountain of foliage, the fronds curv
ing over from the center of growth
. Th una fronds are dark green in color
and sometimes reach a length of
three feet. '
ana duiiuus ii.o
Record of the Mist Important of
the Recent Event! Culled
From . Exchanges.
The death of Miss Sarah fl annnn
of Westport, Is much regretted.
The Westport. aellc classes are
well attended and the language la
making great headway In the dis
Three weeks ago a bunch of
, primroses in full bloom was plucked
on nis rarm by George Moynlhan, of
The renovations and repairs In the
Oranard church have been com
pleted, and the building Is now a
credit to the town.
James Smith, of Rnlllphnmnrh
, na" DP'n appointed to the Secretary-
nuip in me Mimnre uatnonc insur
ance Benefit Society.
At the annual meeting of the
Navan branch of the Gaelic League
the Rev. J. Poland was re-elected
President of the branch.
Kate Mulcahy, who was discharged
from Kllmacthomas Hospital on
November 26, was found drowned In
a well near Kllmacthomas.
Messrs. John Sheehan. of Methel,
and Edmund Mumhy. of Ballvnenin
ave b?en PP'nted Justices of the
?.Tf . r Carrlckbe8 Petty Sessions
Michael Rice, of Lower Fan
has been elected Relieving Officer
ror the Carllngford division of Dun
.,..11- - I m.
uia umoar mere were seven
A farm of seven acres, held sub
ject to a rent, the property of Mr.
McKenna, Dun leer, has been dla-
posed or to Mrs. Commons, at the
rate or 250 per acre.
Tl 1 . a
ine Doay or ciugene McCarthy, a
young Jarvey, has been recovered
rrom the Hen river at Sklbbereen.
Deceased had been missing for two
days. There Is no suspicion of foul
cently was appointed to the charge
tamer unanes Boyce. who re-
i of an important district in the nnrUh
.of Inver, was made the reelplont of
a beautifully illuminated address and
James McGarry, ,of Glenavy, who
has passed away In his eighty-sixth
year, was a member of one of the
ST na I ah A MAA Iat1.. il.l i.
os.oci-.prt wifh th' , TTi"t
associated with the Ulster linen
trade. H v n nrrionf X7tii!.
trade. He was an ardent Nationalist
The death occurred recently at
Capra, near Carrlckmacross, of
Bernard Fee, a centenarian who had
reached the extraordinary age of
110 years. The old man resided In
the gate ,odKe Capra House, and
Was all his Hf the trusted servant
of the Kernan family.
The golden Jubilee has just been
celebrated of Rev. Mother Mary
Agnes O-'Halloran, founder and
hteoain vrt,- a .v.
celved cordial cnnrraMilstlnna tmm
many clerical and lay friends.
holy well discovered In the heart of
the tree a well defined crucifix. The
Incident has aroused a great deal of
interest In the neighborhood.
Ballidine House, the home of
Messrs. Frank and John Mandevllle.
beautifully situated by the Suir on
the Tipperary side, was bought by
In hl8 own name and that of ,the
Ancient Order of Hibernians, the
Mog(. Rey ArcnbIgnop Messmer, has
Invited Cardinal O'Connell, of Bos
ton, to deliver the oration at the
w ii a t,v wv . t vi
banquet of the irah Societies of
M,iwaukee nMt st Patrick.g day.
npsnv NFTT month
itEADi NEXT MONTH.
The new nickel with an artistic
n Indian head on the face will be in
, circulation, according to the expecta
tions of the Treasury Department, by
February 1. Secretary McVeagh has
'definitely accepted the design. .
51 ARSE HENRY.
The Louisville Courier-Journal
an(J h Mlnneapollg Evenlng Journal
tWnk ,hat th Hay.Paunceforte
treaty has been violated by the
wnat Henry Watterson says on any
matter of Importance, but better
things have been expected from our
ltjrm coil i em uurai J. 1 1 1BU Diauuaiu,
William H. Henchey, Mayor-elect
of Woburn, Mass., has the distinction
I of being the youngest man in the
. State to hold such a noff ice. Ue is a
Woburn on September 20, 1884.
IRISH COAST CLIFFS.
presslve. Slleve League, south or
Glen Columbkille, is a superb Intro
duction to Donegal's coast splendors.
In less than half a mile from the sea
the mountain rears its height of
nearly 2.000 feet. In the Island of
Ach 111. off the west coast of Ireland,
the cliffs of Croghan, at Achill
Head, rise sheer from the water s
edge Q tn9 dlMy height of 3,000 feet
LEADS THE WOHIJ).
811k manufacture haa grown enor
mously in the United States In the
last ten years, and now this country
leads the world in this Industry.
A light meal before retiring Is
verv good fur thoHe who wlh to gain
The finest cliff scenery in the
. fTnitA1 vinvHnm is nn th. coast or
S J -MAS
Brewers and Bottlers
Is Excellent and Pure. A pproved by every
one who has tried it. Telephone 452,
SENN Sc. ACKERM AN
Clay Street Brewery
508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET.
FALLS CITY BREWING CO.
Broadway and Thirty-First Street.
Are Brewing and Bottling Beer
" , a Case for Your Home.
TELEPHONE: Homa 7671-7672, Cumb. Wait 69.
SALVATOR (Dark) w v ,
JOHN F. OEKTEL CO-
1400 to 140S
BOTH PHONES 691.
Cumb. Phone West 191
Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers.
Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flavet
GRUBER & DEUSER,
THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO.
DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS
Of All Kind
at the Lowest
Prices, go to ..
WM. F. MAYER,
419 W. MARKET ST.
THE 2 FAVORITES
ol Ltulsrlllt's Particular Smokers
LITTLE A. J.
The cigars without as equal in quality
and flavor. Home-made Union-made
and tb. bast-mad. for the money. Kor
aal. at all dlspeo..ra of imokera.
SEVENTH ST., NEAR MARKET
Especially for Family Use. Order
LIFE SAVER (Light)
Home Phone 191 J
Managers, Louisville, Ky.
JOHN B. STRUBEL
346 E. Market St.
HOME PHONE 4066
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Giias. fl. Rooers
PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES
To suit every taita. Give as a
call and Inspect our Una of
goods. Tb.y sr. th. finest of
itiix kind in the city.
Books. Magazines and Religious Artlc.'u
op arasi vawmmio..
434 West Jefferson Street
CENTRAL FURNITURE CO.
N. W. Cor. Third n4 Oreen Sta.
We furnUh the borne cm
pl.t. oa eay payments.
WM. CALLAOHAN, Mir. Saiea Dept.