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JOHN B. WATHEN
FURNITURE MOVEU and TAOKER
WAGON OR VAN -2C-25
West Walnut Street
PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY
Home Phone Shawnee 1986
ARTHUR A. WILL
2431 Montgomery Street
Home Phone Shawnee 1010
SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR
4105 Henry Street
Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-L.
0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS
Louisville Made Furnaces
210-222 S. Ninth St.
Home Phone City 2542
M. 1. BANNON,
Fret. I Hit.
P. BANNON, JR.,
Vice Pre. & tins.
P. BANNON PIPE CO.
Sewer and Calvert Pipe,
Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steaa Coadalts,
T Fire Proofing, Flae Lining, Fire BricK
Grate and Boiler Tile, Grosad Fire Clay, Ckimney Fops.
OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON
HOME PHONIES CITY 573-1788. CUMB. MAIN 507.
I WORKS 13th cad Breck. and
GEHER & SOTST
215 WEST MARKET STREET.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
BTf GETTING) A TIN TO-DAT OP
BUG AND ROACH KILLER
We aro Heaaqnarter for Home
Cleaning Material! such a lnieed. OH
Soap. Scouring Powders, SCatchlesi
Xdg.nid Furniture and OMee Pollihes,
Disinfectant!, Qerm Killers, Eto.
We are alio SeadquarUri for ruml
gaMag Sick and Blseaied Booms.
Louisville Chemical Co.
Home Phono, City 8388
108-110 SOUTH THIRD STREET
N.W. Carrier Fourth and JelTersii
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Distillers and Wholwale Deal
ers la Finest Bsrnds of Ken ,
taeky Whiskies, especially.
Pearl of Nelson,
BOTTLED IN BOND.
TitsftoM 1M3.! 234 SJ StXTH STtOT
Phono South 1753 Louisville, It?
THOS. J. BRODERIOK
PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE
Home Phone City 4392-J
1000 Zane Street
FOR iMONEY (CONFIDENTIAL
P. R. POOLEV
Room 1, Courier-Journal Building
415 Fourth Street
Thos. II. Kennedy Louis D. Coady
G31 WEST WALNUT STREET
' Homo Phone, City 7662
litlll 1-H-I- H-H"I"I-H-M-l"H--H
LAWRENCE J. VEENEMAH, 4
Coping, Draia Tile, Titrifled KricK, 5
Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9th and iOtli. 2
The most popular cooking device in
the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly,
bakes perfectly and consumes the least
possible amount of gas.
It is made to last.
AH the late na aew.Styi- a and Sfcapei
caase (suod tetc at reasonable prleet,
"As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone'i
Oar Special $3.00 Spray
Oar Special $5.00 Wreath
The largest values in Fune
ral Flowers ever offered in
For prompt delivery call 323
fcuith Awnue IcxiuvKSr .
"Flowers telegraphed everywhere "
First Communion Books
See oar sew book. ''How te Get
Every Devetioaal ArtieJe here.
No (rouble ie skew goods.
Rogers Church Goods Co.
129 S FOURTH AVE.
Kind. Formerly. N"
Leather $40.00 $32.00
Tapestry $85.00 $09.00
Tapestry $125.00 $80.50
Kindcl Davenetto $95.00 $75.00
May Be Purchased Oi
A BEAUTIFUL SECRET.
Visiting a great factory one day,
I went through a room where young
girls were fastening hooks and eyes
upon cardboard. Their fingers fairly
Among them I noticed an old
woman, busy at the same work.
Her fingers were crooked and worn
by hard work. I knew she could not
keep pace with the nimble young
fingers about her, and I wondered
why she was there. I think' you,
too, would like to know.
Months before she came begging
for work. She sadly needed It, for
she had a sick husband to support.
Seeing the girls at their work, she
said she could do what they were
doing. Tho Superintendent knew
that she would be awkward and
slow; and he tried to discouarge
her. But she begged for a chance;
so he gave her a place at the long
bench wth the girls. It was slow
work; and as she was paid by tho
piece she could earn but a little, Yet
she persevered. And after a while
her pile of finished work began to
grow strangely fast. There was a
beautiful secret about It!
Some of tho girls, pitying her,
were slipping some of their cards
onto her pile; and It was wonderful
how they enjoyed seeing it grow.
Of course her pay Increased. Soon
she was receiving almost as much
as tho others, and Bhe was able to
keep her little home in comfort.
When Christmas came the girls gave
her a purse with $20 in It. "Is all
this mine?" she said, "I never had
so much money in my life!"
The story made mo think' of that
verse, "Bear ye one another's bur
dens;' Rev. Frank T. Bayley.
Hon. Henry Lane Wilson, former
Minister to Mexico, a Protestant and
a Mason, speaking publicly at Terre
Haute, Ind., said of Carranza's rec-
ntrnfMnn: "AirnlnRt this rccocnltlon
the memory of every v murdered
American, of every murderea priest
at the altar, and the violation of
every woman consecrated to tho
KPrvirn rt find, should rise un in Dro-
test. Against It the volcos of
14,000,000 Mexicans, terrorized and
robbed by 200,00p bandits, will
eventually bo heard in severe pro
test and judgment."
SOUTH WANTS WORKERS. .
A conference to doviso means of
settling Europeans In the South will
bo held at Washington under tho
management of the Southern Com
mefclal Congress. It Is believed that
regardless of the outcome of tho war
a strong tido of immigration will set
In just as soon as the people are
able to get away. The South offers
the cheapest and most fertile land
to be found In any part of the world.
If the settlers can be colonized In
solid blocks they will find conditions
in this region very much to their lik
ing. Isolated foreign families have
not doii well in the South in the
past, partially because they must
compete with tho negro in doing or
dinary manual labor. When they aro
able to carry along their own society
they should find social content and
a competency in the South in a very
few years. 'Nebraska State Journal.
ACCIDENTS AND DISEASES.
Illinois this year made illegal
the use beneath the surface of the
ground of processes generating
poisonous fumes or dusts and Dela
ware regulated the sanitation of
canneries, providing that or a third
conviction the court may close the
establishment. Safety statute for
mines and for railroads and street
cars were extended in over a dozen
States each, and Colorado, Michigan
and Pennsylvania passed measures
for the better sanitation of labor
camps. Ten States made up-to-date
provision for the reporting of in
dustrial accidents and Rhode Island
was added to those which require
the notification of occupational dis
eases. what cnuRcn LOgT.
The loas' inflicted on tfi Catholic
church in Mexico la eatlmated ooa-
servatively at $54,398,000.
A. O. H.
Second and Fourth Thursday, Lled-
erkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut.
- President Mark Ryan.
Vice President W. L. Cushing.
Recording Secretary Daniel Mc
Carthy. Financial Secretary Edward
Treasurer Thomas Keenan.
Sergeant-at-Arms James English.
Sentinel Tim 'Lyons.
Meets First Wednesday Ltederkranz
Hall, Sixth and Walnut.
President Joseph Lynch.
Vice President Daniel O'Keefe.
Recording Secretary John T.
Financial Secretary Edward J.
Treasurer Thomas Hannan.
Sergeant-at-Arms John P. Hel
First and Third Monday at Hiber
nian Home, 1818-1820 Portland.
President Lawrence J. Mackey.
Vice President John J. Riley.
Financial Secretary John J.
Recording Secretary Matthew
Treasurer Daniel Dougherty.
Sorgeant-at-Arms M. Kalaher.
Spntinel Thomas Noon.
Meets Second and Fourth Mondays,
Bertrand Hall, sixth street.
President John H. Hennessy.
Vice President Thomas Lynch.
Financial Secretary Thomas J.
Recording Secretary James S.
Treasurer Pat Connelly.
Sentinol M. J. McDormott.
Sergeant-at-Arms Edward Byrne.
Y. M. I.
SLYCKIN COUNCIL, 205.
Meets Monday Evenings at Club
Houso, 344 North Twenty-sixth.
President S. O. Hubbuch.
First Vice President M. F.
Second Vice President R. L.
Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams.
Recording Secretary W. O.
Treasurer G. J. Thornton.
Marshal Theo. Buckle.
Inside Sentinel James Radlgan.
Outside Sentinel H Pfelcer.
LATEST IN STYLES.
Leather promises to figure again
In tho spring millinery.
Collar and cuff sets will bo worn
with spring suits and dresses.
The scarcity of dyestuffs may put
all into white for the summer sea
son. The new models for the Southern
season load off with a lavish, display
Wool Jersey cloth Is one of the
most attractive new materials for
suits and dresses.
Crepe Gcorgetto combines well
with crepe do chine, taffeta or faille
In blouse and frock.
Serge and .satin or taffeta, broad
cloth and satin or taffeta, are favored
combinations for street dreess.
Blouses of every and all kinds are
much worn now and will continue
te be popular far into the spring.
The most attractfva the millinery
shops offer are the wide brimmed,
moderately crowned hats of black
There are two orders ot .solored
tnetr ia the United States, tie
Oblate of Divine Frovldanba and
the Sisters of the Holy Family. Tfeay
atsmber about 400 members,
bor is sufflc
a period of genera
obtained in the pi
shown by the annual
bor legislation issued fr
York legislation headquan
Ameiican Association for
Legislation. Especially strlki
the spread of the Industrial Coil
mission plan for the Joint adminis
tration of factory inspection and
workmen's compensation. This plan
was adopted In New York, the lead
ing industrial State of tho country,
as well as In Indiana, Colorado,
Nevada and Montana. Tho New
York law also establishes a repre
sentative council of employes and
employers with advisory powers
only to work with the commission
In drafting safety regulations and
making appointments, and requires
the commission to protect employes
against fraud and extortion.
PEACE AND LABOR.
Apropos of the curt noto to Aus
tria, which was ono of the President's
pro-nuptial arrangements, former
Representative H. Robert Fowler, of
Illinois, an official bf Labor's Na
tional Peace Council, has issued a
statement questioning the right of
the State Department to tako any
action "tending to break off diplo
matic relations with any nation
Without the full knowlortsrn nnil rnn.
sent of Congress." Ho adds: "We
snau asK all the organizations act
ing in concert with us for peace to
communlcato at once with their Con
gressmen and Senators requesting
prompt action on their part protest
ing no-Jllnnt tlin nrllnn of tho Ronro.
tary of State in usurping tho war
power or congress to the point of
endangering the peaco of our coun
try." SOCIAL INSURANCE.
Ten new States Alaska, Color
ado, Hawaii, Indiana, Maine, Mon
tana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Ver
mont and Wyoming Joined the
ranks of those providing workmen's
compensation, making thirty-three
in all, or two-thirds of tho country.
Commissions to study the subject
were created In Alabama and Utah.
Alaska and Arizona established old
age pensions, and California ap
pointed a commission to report on
the whole subject of social insur
Thn Rfrnss nf iinimnlnvmcnt tlnr.
Ing the past winter led to provision
for investigation of the subject in
ten States, while California and
Nevada declared that tho problem
transcended state lines and they
called for a Fpflprnl Jnnnlrv Rvo
terns of public employment ex-
cuanges wero created in ten States,
and regulations for private bureaus
wero made more strict. Idaho fol
lowed Washington to abolish private
employment offices operated for
Pat came to tho dentist's, but
when ho saw tho gleaming pair of
forceps approaching his face he
positively refused to open his
mouth. Tho dentist quietly told his
page boy to prick his patient with
a pin, and when Pat opened his
mouth to yell the dentist seized the
tooth, and out it came. "It didn't
hurt as much as you expected, did
It?" tho dentist asked, smiling.
"Well, no," replied Pat. hesitatingly.
"But," ho added, placing his hand
on the spot where the boy pricked
him vIth the pin, "begorra, little
did I think the roots would reach
down like that."
Easter Sunday will be the latest
this year for the past ten years, being-
on April 23. Ash Wednesday
Will be on March 8.
HEART OF WOMAN.
A woman' heart weighs from
eight to tea ounces.
SATISFIES THAT LONGING.
JOHN F. OERTEL CO.
PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY.
Cumb. Phone West 191
Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers..
Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent
QRUBER & DEUSER.
Clay Street Brewery
508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET.
TELEPHONE 209 LODISVUiliH. KY.
A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case f
FALL CITY BEER
Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common
Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON,
and if you have tried the rest get the BEST.
PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69.
7 r.'.' 7V
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Fifth andMarket Sts.
iv year toy aa 4nctfoa ttuti will
yrtpurt them for life
ST, JAVIER'S COLLEGE
112 (r. Mroaawar, roalsvUl. Xy.
ConJi.ted by the Xaverlan Brother
Claaeltal Seleatiflo aad Bualaese
CeurHp, Preparatory Department, Larg-a
wlmiilnr PooL Well Squlppea Orsaoa-
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1 , 7r HoAerate. Bto. Jaaea, dr.
Home Phone I9i3
Managers, Louisville, Ky.
Schneider's Meat Market
440 SOUTH FIFTH ST.
Oppotlte the Cathedral.
Choice Beef. Vaal. Lamb. Mk1(m.
Ham, llaeen, Perk, Lar d. Saajt.
Telephone City 2241
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