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Men's and Young Men's High Grade
Suits, Overcoats and Pants, lints
and Furnishing Goods.
This is a clearance sals that will justify every economical bvyer
to Investigate. Sale starts Saturday morning. Come early.
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424 Writ Nark SI.
Pearls m4 Flftk,
For Your Furniture Wants!!
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425, 427 and 429 East Market Street.
We have a large add comprehensive assortment of
beautiful pieces in Solid Silver and Sheffield Plate,
embracing Tableware o( many destgas, Candelabra.
Silver Service, etc.
K. of C. Emblems
In pins, charms, buttons. Gold and silver novelties, dia
monds and other precious stones in beautiful settings.
S. E. LEDMAN & SON,
410 West Market St.
" Yoa Can Rett on Ledmnn. "
What They Have Been Doing
the Past Week Oeneral
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l Every Requisite For Amateur aad
;" Professional Photographers.
' lJPluii)raphic- Developing and Printing
SOUVENIR POST CARBS.
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THERE IS A REASON FOR IT
The great popularity and demand
for the celebrated
is due entirely to its great effici
ency, durability and great aaving
quality. Sold on easy payments
and connected free.
GEHER & SON
215 Market St, near Second.
This Damp, Cool Weather, the Beginning of Winter
BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM
BUT A FEW DOSES OF
Kampfmueller's RHEUMflTlG Remedy
Quickly Relieves It. Sold by AH Druggists.
Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG. CO.,Louisville, Ky.
M. J. lANNON,
Prss. 4 Mgr.
Vtes-Prss. ans Treat.
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Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co.
VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK
For Streets and Roadways
Office 528 West Jefferson Street
Works, Magnolia Ave. Bet. 9tb iaJ !"rJ)
TELEPHONE 1292 ,
Andrew Gorman, of Division 1, Is
again on the sick list.
Martin Cuslck can look hack over
his administration with the utmost
Following the meeting Monday1
night of Division 1 of 8yracuse there
waa a "forty-five" contest for prises.
Division 1 will Install lt officers
next Thursday night, and a feast
will be prepared for all who attend.
Vice President Dan McCarthy's
address Tuesday night reviewed
fond memories and pleased the mer
Indianapolis Hibernians will have
a two days' celebration In honor of
St. Patrick this year one on Sunday
and one on Monday.
Connty President Will Connelly
and Secretary Dan Keefe are always
sure to receive a hearty welcome
when they visit Division 1.
Cardinal O'Connell finds It Impos
sible for him to he the guest and
speaker for the Milwaukee Hiber
nians on St. Patrick's day.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Divis
ion 1 of Cortland, N. T., each gave
Rev. Father Donahue $225 toward
finishing his new St. Mary's church
Never before was the Ancient
Order so strong In Indiana. The past
year shows marked gains In mem
bership and unity prevailing every
where. Ladies' Auxiliary 3 of Indianapolis
celebrated its fifteenth anniversary
Wednesday night with a banquet and
elaborate musical and literary pro
gramme. The regular meeting of the Ladles'
Auxiliary will be held Wednesday
night at Falls City Hall. The pro
ceedings promise to be Interesting
for those who attend.
All Hibernians are Invited to at
tend the meeting of Division 2 at
St. William's Hall, Thirteenth and
Oak, when they will be entertained
at a buffet luncheon.
Members who ' attend meetings
regularly do most to strengthen
their division and encourage their
officers. Those who continually ab
sent themselves are lax in their duty.
The Indianapolis Ladies' Auxiliary
are making extensive arrangements
for the joint observance of St.
Bridget's day on February 3. Tom
llnson Hall has been secured for the
Hibernians throughout Kentucky
fervently hope Father James Cusack,
who is remembered for what he did
for the order at the time of the Paris
convention, will be speedily restored
National President Regan, State
President Doyle and State and
county officers witnessed a big Joint
ii stallation of officers of the Min
neapolis divisions last Sunday. A
large attendance was present.
Many were heard to express the
hope Tuesday night that President
John Kinney, of JefersonvlUe, could
be Induced to repeat his interesting
a 'dress whenever the County Board
holds a general meeting In this city, i
Division 4 will install Its officers
Monday night at Bertrand Hall. All
the members ere urged to be pres
ent, as the committees will be an
nounced. The business will be of
much interest and will include an
outline of work for the coming year.
insurance plan in force In
A. O. II.
lleeu at Falls' City HaU ea First
and Third Tuesday.
President Martin 3. Cuslck.
Vice President Charles J. Flana
Recording Secretary Anthony
Financial Secretary Jos. B. Far-
retl, 1808 West Market.
Treasurer1 Thomas P. Lawler.
Sergeant-at-Arms Louts Reller,
Sentinel Henry McDemsott.
tfeets first and third Wednesdays,
. Odd Fellows Hall, Sixth and Wal
President Con J. Ford.
Vice President J. J. Sullivan.
Treasurer James Welsh.
Record lng Secretary Daniel
Financial Secretary John J.
Keaney. 1607 DumesnU.
8ergee.it -at- Arms J. Charles
Sentinel Edward Breaoan.
Meets First and Third Mondays,
. Ilneteenth and . Portland.
President Hugh Hourlgau.
Vies President J. M. M Mosey.
Recording Secretary TAoe." Stev
Financial Secretary John O,
Hesslon, 1710 Balrd.
Treasurer D. J. Dougherty.
Sergeant-at-Arms James Stevens.
Sentinel Thomas Noon.
Meets Second and Fourth Monday,
Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street.
President John H. Hennessy.
Vice President Thomas Lynch.
Recording Secretary John J. Bar-
Financial secretary Thomas J,
Langan, 807 West Oak.
Treasurer Thomas Downey.
Sergeant-at-Arms John Coleman,
Sentinel M. J. McDermotC
. Y. M. I..
MACKIN COUNCIL. 10S.
Meets Monday Evenings at Club
House, 844 North Twenty-sixth.
President Frank O. Adams.
First Vice President A. C Link.
Second Vice President William
Financial Secretary. Wm. Link.
Recording Secretary Robert Os
Corresponding Secretary George
Treasurer Rotfert T. Burke.
Marshal Fred Schuler.
Inside Sentinel Peter Andrlot.
Outside Sentinel Joseph Hlggins.
Record of the Most Important of
the Recent Event! Culled
Notice to Taxpayers
The Connty Board of Tax Super
visors for Jefferson connty, Ken
tucky, will meet doily in the office of
the County Assessor between the
hours of 10 avid, and 13 o'clock a.
nu for the purpose of equalizing the
assessment of property as made by
the Assessor for the year of 1013.
The board will remain In session for
30 days, and will adjourn Saturday,
February 8, 1913. During the ab
sence of the board complaints may
be filed with the Secretary of the
board In the Connty Assessor's office
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uu.au uu yiuvcu a vnai iscior in nd K o'clock n m
Bfroncrthonimr ti,. ana o o CIOCK p. m.
WALTER S. MILLER.
P. JT, WELSH, Chairman
strengthening the order in that
State. Unless the next national
convention promulgates a uniform
Insurance plan, Kentucky would do
well to follow the example of her
Monday night Omaha Hibernians
held a general meeting for the pur
pose of celebrating the "Night o' the
Big Wind" in Ireland. All Irtuhmnn
were Invited and the commitee pro- j Committee, reports
vlded an excellent programme of
Irish dances, music and singing and
EUCHRE AXD SUPPER.
lng being set aside for the games,
and Judging from the many entries
the tournament will be in progress
for some time, John F. Coady,
Chairman of the Entertainment
a reception and
dance for members and their fam
ilies on Friday, January 24, at the
DEATH UNDER WHEELS.
Mrs. Mary A. Klster Rapier, wife
of Sylvester Rapier, formerly
prominent banker of New Haven,
Ky., but for some time past a res
i int of this city, met a shocking
death early Thursday morning when
she fell .on the car track on Winter
Rev. Father Felten and the people
of St. Augustine's church for colored
people, Thirteenth and Broadway,
announce a euchre and supper for I
next Thursday afternoon and night
in St. Augustine's Hall, which has
accommodations for between 400 and i
600 persons. The afternoon games , avenue and was ground beneath tne
will be called at 2: SO o'clock and . wheels of a west-bound Oak street
will be followed bv the sunner. the car. Mrs. Rapier was a sufferer
evening games beginning at 8. The from nervous trouble, hut Thursday
buiiciiii vivfiuni vj lue peupifs ui i r - 1 - -
this pariah have been excelled by o'clock was missed by her daugh-
none served in tnli cltv. and It Is said 'ier. r uien minutes laier ner nu-
the menu for next Thursday night . hand, who instituted a search for bis
will surnass all others. Durinr the i wife when she disappeared from
tternoon and at the close of the nome, was prostrated wun gnei
night games many handsome and upon finding the lifeless and man-
valuable awards will ha tnndn Thla 1 Kled body beneath the car. it was
will be a verv en lovable en trtaln. . necessary to call the wreck car to
ment, the proceeds of which will be
for the benefit of the church.
the scene and jack up the car to re
move the body, the work consuming
an hour. Death hal been instan
taneous. Her head was almost
severed, the left side of the skull
One ef the orettieal of the new w crusnea, ner lere "mh
i .hi. win v. 1 ana me ngui nana crusneu io puiy.
solemnised at St. Joseph's church on'Mr- KaPe' ha(1 w,d tllJ?l ""J
Wednesday, January 21, when Miss
Emma Hertel will become the bride
of George Lents. Miss Hertel, who
is the daughter of Mrs. Elisabeth
Hertel, 1427 Qulncy street, has for
several years been connected with
Herman Straus Sons and is one of
the most popular and highly es
teemed young ladles of St. Joseph's
congregation. The groom, who la a
well known young man, holds a re
sponsible position with the Ahrens
ft Ott Company. Rev. Fattier Alex
husband Mrs. Rapier Is survived bv
three sons. Nicholas A. Rapier, of
New Mexico: Sylvester J. Rapier and
E. Obrecht Rapier, of Louisville; six
daughters, Mrs. Samuel J. Dant,
Mrs. A. J. Bowling and Miss Mildred
Rapier, of Louisville; Mrs. J. I.
nreenwell, of New Haven; Mrs. Ned
Lawler, of San Francisco, Cal., and
Sister Marie Joan, of the Loretta
Convent at St. Louis, Mo., and a
sister. Mrs. Joseph Whelan, of
ander will perform the marriage , V0"'"1 9,-, w
DR. J. T. CHAWK
713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STKKICT t
Ttlipawn-Cfs.. X. 29. Mmh, C.1) 2311. $
ceremony, and the attendant win
be Miss Virgle Lyons and John
Hertel, brother of the .bride. Follow
ing the church ceremony the bridal
party and friends will be tendered a
reception at the Hertel home on
Qulncy street. The worthy couple
will reside at 1301 West Ormsby
avenue, where they will receive their
Local council Knights of Coluiu
bus is now conducting a pool and
briliard tournament for members
only at the club houae, every Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday even-
The Toung. Ladles' Sodality of St.
James church wlll give en attractive
entertainment on January 21 and
22, when theywlll present "A Trip
Around the World." Trunks, hand
bags, suitcases and all the parapher
nalia requisite for the trip may be
purchased at the depot. Sight see
ing parties will leave the station at
all hours, with guide service fur
nlHhed free of charge. Retreahments
la the form of a Dutch supper will
be furnlabed from to 9 o'clock and
a moat attractive A'wu serveu
At tho Belturbrt market two
weeks before Christmas over $4,500
were realized on the sale of turkeys.
The South Tlpperary County Coun
cil has elected P. Mulcahy, of Cahir,
a member In room of the late Coun
The Newry Guardians elected Dr.
F. , P. McDermott, of County
Armagh, as Medical Officer in Don
aghmore Dispensary district.
The death of the Rev. J. O'Neill,
President of St. Patrick's Academy
at Dungannon, Is much regretted. He
succumbed to an attack of pneu
monia. A large detachment of military
was expected to arrive in the Long
ford barracks in January, but It is
stated the order has been counter
manded. John Shlel, J. P., of Roscommon,
has been fired at by poachers whom
he found shooting at Carnlough,
on the borders of the Counties of
Roscommon and Oalway.
A shocking tragedy occurred at
Askeaton, where Michael O'Shaugh
nessy was burned to death in a
limekiln where he sought shelter
from a downpour of rain.
The death Is announced of J. Mc
Ateer, head of the firm of J. McAteer
Son, monumental sculptors, of
Newry, and father of Rev. E. Mc
Ateer, of Lower Drumgooland.
The Rev. Father O'Sullivan, O. P.,
for about twelve months at St.
Savior's, Waterford, has been trans
ferred to St. Mary's, Kilkenny. He
will be replaced in Waterford by
Rev. R. B. Duggan, O. P., from Lim
erick. The people of Kildalkey, County
Meath, have learned with much re
gret that the Rev. Richard Smith,
who had labored so zealously among
them for the past four years. Is
about to leave them to take up
pastoral charge of Bohermeen.
When Secretary O'Hartigan, of
tho Evicted Tenants' Association,
and a large crowd with a band as
sembled recently et Ballyclough,
near Limerick, to hold a meeting is
connection with Mrs. Laffan's farm,
the police Intervened and would al
low no speeches to be delivered.
Recently in Dublin a fire broke
out in the historic house known
tne "H'rescatt," but it was ex
tinguished before it had caused any
serious damage. In the old days
it was the town house of Dermott
McMurrow, King of Letnster, and in
later years Lord Edward Fitzgerald
Mved there for a short period.
The customers In Callan of the
Munster Electric Light Company,
Rev. P. Carrigan presiding, have
decided to iorm a co-operative so
ciety to purchase the electric light
plant by which the town is lighted
A committee of nine members of the
Town Commissioners was appointed
to negotiate with the Munster Com-
Cireat popular rejoicing took
place at Doneralle on the occasion of
the restoration to health of the Very
Rev. Canon P. A. Sheehan after
prolonged Illness. The whole town
was illuminated, and a torchlight
procession, headed by a fife and
drum band, marched to the Canon'i
residence, where a selection of music
Clergy from all parts of the Arch
diocese of Tuam, as well as a large
gathering of his friends and parish
loners, were present at the funeral
of the late Rev. John McEvilly. Of
flee and requiem mass were first
solemnized at Crossboyne parish
church by the Rev. P. Nicholson In
presence of the Most Rev. Dr. Hig-
gins, assisted by the Right Rev,
Monsignor Kilkenny, Claremorrls,
and the Very Rev. Canon D'Alton
NOW GOING ON.
As usual, it is being conducted in the characterise I
; ' tic Bacon way, meaning that it is a strictly bona.
!! fide clearance in which every department is fully
MONEY WILL HE MIGIITY. j
Winter goods and winter wearing apparel for
i men, women and children being sold at generously Z
reaucea prices. e
DON'T FAIL TO COME;
"FOR GOODNESS SAKE"
Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in
The Walnut Theater next week
will have one of the most prominent
attractions of its season in "The
Fortune Hunter," one of the most
delightful and successful comedies of
modern times. The story of how Nat
Duncan, whose education and posi
tion are useless in obtaining success
for him in the large city, follows the
advice of his friend and seeks it in
a small town, is one of the finest
sources of enjoyment that the stage
has given us in some time. Consid
ering the success of this piece in the
high-priced houses, the Walnut
should be sold out next week, as this
is the first opportunity to see it at
popular prices. Moreover the cast
offered is exceptional, as it has no
other than William Deming as Nat.
Demlng follows such actors as Jack
Barrymore and Fred Niblo in this
famous part. The rest of the cast
and the production is practically the
same as seen in the first-class
SURPRISE FOR FRIENDS.
Friends and relatives were given
pleasant surprise when announce
ment was made on Sunday that Miss
Bertha Cohn, daughter of CoL and
Mrs. Herman V. Cohn, and Thurman
Wright, of NaBhvtlle, Tenn., had
been quietly married December 28.
There was no objection to the union
and their engagement was known,
but the young couple decided on a
aulet marriage while the groom was
here on a visit. Miss Cohn will be
remembered as one of the stars in
Mackin Council's opera and prom-
nent in musical circles. The couple
will make their home in Nashville,
where the groom is engaged in busi
MORGAN NAMED PATRON.
3. Pierpont Morgan has been
ealanated patron of fine arts and
lttera bv the Catholic University of
America at a meeting of its Board of
rusteos. This distinction con
ferred upon him is of unusual Inter
est, because it is the first time any
honorary distinction has been con
ferred by the governors of the iimtl
tutien. It gives publlo expression
to the satisfaction with which the
church in the United States regards
the services which Mr. Morgan has
given to the cause of fine arts and
For a limited period the Kentucky Irish
American will present FREE with each paid
subscription, either new or old, a copy of C. A.
Windle's interesting pamphlet,
"Is the Catholic Church the Deadliest
. Menace to Our Liberties and Civilization?"
The writer is a non-Catholic and Editor of the
famous publication, "Brann's Iconoclast." Don't
fail to take advantage of this offer.
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