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AL SMITH, Funeral Director Carriages Farnlhee' for All Occasions on Short Notice. 809 W. JEFFERSON STREET J TELEPHONE 810. cgxaeKiftcaMoaMaaga THOMAS KEENAN r Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 363. All calls promptly attended to, day or night. Carriage furnished for all occasions. 1225 WEST MARKET STREET. HOMI PHONE SB CUMBERLAND 123 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Bast Alain Street. mM D. J. DOUGHERTY DOUGHERTY & Funeral Directors and Emhalmers. Both Phones 2908 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL 90CASI0NS All Calls Answer.1 Promptly, Day sr Night. . 1231 WEST MARKET STREET. OJjT FORTUNA BOURBONS THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. iDOOiroiiTmn DISTILLERS -WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS t4 TMU WlaTES. ' AJ. KOLB, 345 West Green Street. 1 umoto. All tbe lata aad saw Stylet and Shapes caa ba found bar at raaaonabla prices. Call and aaa na Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices, go to .'. WM. F. MAYER, 419 W. MARKET ST. 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H.B0SSEQS0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. 01O F1S1IK AVKNUIC Telaoboae 1021. Iva you boys a aaaoattoa tkat will prepare tfeaaa f o Ufa. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEQE 1UW, Broa4war, koalavUla, Xj. Conduct.d br tb. Xavarlan Brother.. ClaaaluaJ, Bcl.otlflo end bualuaaa Coura.a, Pr.paratnry DapartmauL, l.aj Bwluiinlii( Foul. Wall Kqulppad Qyiuna .turn. Tarrue Moderate. Bro, Jatnaa. Dir. MANILA'S V.MVEltSITY. The University of St. Thomas, Manila, founded by the Dominicans in 1611, has eUbty-one professors and over 1,000 atudeuts. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes. Walter Cimlrk takes to the Secre taryship of Division 1 like an old timer. That wns a royal grpptlna; given Lieut. P. T. Mullen by hi Hibernian friends Monday night. Tty Pt. Patrlrk's day next year the Hibernians, of Portland, Ore., hope to db in ineir own nome. Division 4'a degree team ts re hearsing twice a week for their big Inltintlon on February 24. The new division Instituted at Lincoln, Neb., will Initiate another and larger class early this spring. Tho Hibernians of Portland, Ore., will organize two juvenile division one for girls and the other for boys. Vn Marie Fnre.l.r State Preal. dent, will close the charter for the new auxiliary at Loa Angeles with fifty names. In Its young Secretaries. Price and Hessian, Division 3 has two wide awake and capable officers who are destined to go higher. Phnirmnn Tnm Oufnn tina pallorl a meeting of the Hibernian Social Club ror .Monday night, and promises that It will be a real live one. flniint.v Remrriins Secretary Tian O'Keefe Is showing his Interest In the order by frequent visits to the different division meetings. Much rivalry is expected between the divisions for the prizes offered for the largest division attendance at the St. Patrick's day celebration. The division at Milwaukee held an open meeting last week to com- momnrntA tha eiahfipth tilrrhHnv nf Jeremlab Quin, Its oldest member. Serceant Jack Malonev la one of tTia mnut wllllne wnrlrera nf the County Board, In addition to being a regular attendant at the meetings. Rev. Father Shine, State President in Nebraska, is conducting a pro rrpnatvn and aucceRflful camnai&n for the expansion of the Ancient Order. The Hibernian St. Patrlck'a day parade at Indianapolis will be notable for the many beautiful floats exemplyfylng Irish historical events. The T.nitiea' Auxiliary of New Ur inaria nrsanizeri last Mav bv the Rev. Father P. Walsh, is now one of the strongest Catholic organizations in that city. The Ladies' Auxiliaries of Rhode Island celebrated the feast of St. Ri-IjtM their natron, with a grand union class Initiation last Sunday at Providence. Matt n'Rrlen la tpllinz everybody of the fine treatment he received at the hands of the Hibernians while in Ashla-id. He urges all who can to visit that city. Rleht Rev. BiahoD Dowllng Will deliver the principal address at the uihornlnn celehration at Des Moines, Iowa, to be held in the Berchel The ater on March 16. rin tha ali-k list of Division 3 are James Naughton, Sr., Edward Nolan,- Michael Dugan, Matt connouy ana Andrew fnllin. all of whom are progressing toward recovery. The Hibernlana and auxiliary 01 Wnshinetnn. Ind.. will donate the proceeds of their St. Patrick's day celebration to the iuna ior bi. Simon's new parochial school. st Michael'. Hall was Dacked ana the grand old Irish spirit prevailed when Division ol New uneau. gave its vaudeville and dramatic en tertainment for the relief fund. Th uiharninna of Syracuse will abandon the St. Patrick's day par- a H a In fnvnr of a aiecial church service, to be followed by a literary and musical entertalrmeni ana puu- lic meeting. RishoD Chartrand and Judge O'Neill Ryan, of St. Louie, have ac cepted invitations to address the ln dianapolia mass meeting at Tomlin son Hall on Sunday, March 16, fol lowing the great Hibernian paraue. Tho fonat of Rt Brlaid waa fit tingly observed by the Ladles' Aux iliary and Juvenile division of Indianapolis last sunaay, waea 1 nnft wnmnn and 100 little glrla re ceived holy communion in a body at St John'a church. Annnwlnttnc their services for the past six years, the Ladies' Auxiliary of Nashua, N. H., presented its re tiring President, Miss Mary Rowan, a luriv'a anwi watch ana cnain. ana Miss Mary Sweeny, Vice President, a gold and amethyst rosary and an mblm gold ring. The Hibernians of South Bend, Ind., will hold their St. ratrica s day celebration on Sunday, March 16, with an initiation in the after nnnn anil a hnnmipt In the evening. at which Timothy E. Hogan, former State Prealdent and now Attorney General of Ohio, will be the principal speaker. SICK AND OFF DITV. Lieut. George Schupp and Patrol man Tnhn Penderaast. wiiuaui O'ConneP, John Keeley and District Detective jonn uanagner, mtmireri f tha local DolicB force who went off duty because of illness, are all reported improving and hopeful of aoon being able to return 10 meir porta. DANGER POINT FABSKD. TrLnHa nf Tlnviit Tt Garvey will rejoice tn learn that he has passed the danger point ana is resting cuiu fnrtahiv at Kt Jfiapiih'. Infirmary. where he underwent a moat delicate , . 1 ..1. uiwiu surgical operation iai e?. wuno his recovery may be somewhat slow, Dave sends word that be will surely be able tt be out to ceieoraie ei. Patrick', day with the Ancient Order of Hibernlana. NEAIILY THKKB MILLION'. According to recent returns the State of New York contain more Catholics than any other State in the Union. The number is i,778,00, of which more than one half live la New York City. ANOTIlllt VACANCY. Another vacancy e!ts In the Sacred College of Cardinals. Car dinal Fran X. Nasi, Arcbblbhop of Vienna, died there Tuesday. He was created Cardinal at the consistory of November 27, 1811, and received his red hat from the Pope In December, 1912. HRY. JOHY A. CRKAny. The Rev, John A. Creary, for many years a beloved priest of thia diocese, Is today celebrating at Fond du Lac, Wis., his seventieth bilthdsy J nd the forty-fifth anniversary of his ordination. Father Creary is now chaplain ol the John Boyle Catholic Home for the 'Aged, at Fond du Lac. He will bo the recipient of many con gratulatory remembrances from Ken tucky. FKDRRATIOX. The regular monthly meeting of the Federation of Catholic Societies will be held Thursday night at the Catholic Woman's Club, 615 West Walnut street. Additional names will be added to the Executive Com mittee and final action will be taken upon the per capita tax question. President Clans and Secretary Dolan expect a large attendance. RF.nYICRH AT ST. BOXIFAl'R. At St. Boniface'a church, Jackson and Fehr avenue, Lenten devotions will be held at 7:30 o'clock on Sun day. Wednesday and Friday even ings. German sermons will be preached by the pantor, the Rev. Leonard Nurre, on Wednesdays. The Rev. Ignatius Wllkens will deliver the English sermons on Sundays and on Fridays, which will be followed by the Stations of the Cross. DRATH A SHOCK. News of the death of thirteen- year-old Loula Ferry last Saturday afternoon at St. Anthony's Hospital, the result of a street car accident earlier in the day, was a severe shock to his parents and relatives. He was the son of Louis and Teresa Ferry, 825 East Market street, for whom is felt the most neanieu svmnathy. The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St. Boniface church, where the unfortunate youth was a regular attendant. UXIOXTOWN. Last Monday a wedding of inter est was solemnized In . St. Agnes church at Uniontown, the contract ing parties being Miss Mary Lillian Mills and William T. Girten, wen known youne people of that section. The bride a many friends gave her a miscellaneous shower preceding the wedding. LOSS BY KIKE. John Murphy, the East Broadway candy dealer, suffered a loss of 1,500 f'om fire Tueaday. About n an in the morning a pasaerby noticed a biazo in the stable and warehouse and sounded the alarm. The greaf.est loss was on the build ing, to which the names were con fined. How the. blaze originated la mystery, as there had been no lire the building. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS. The year 1912 has been a success ful one for the Catholic Knights of America, who have Uad a marked net lncreaae in membership, in fact much greater than for the year 1911. Supreme President Gaudin points to th's as proof that the order la going forward and growing. "TJTbXXEL'S DESCENDANT. Right Rev. James Davis, Bishop of Davenport, Iowa, last Saturday ordatned Rev. Martin O'Conneil to the priesthood at St. Ambrose Col lege. Father O'Conneil pursued his classical studies in Dublin and con tinued his theological studies at St. Viateur's College, Bourbonnais, 111. The newly ordained priest, who la a descendant of the great Catholic emancipator, Daniel O'Conneil, cele brated his first mass Sunday morn ing in Chicago. CIIVKCH OWNS sgi'AKR. 8t. William's pariah has the largest tract of land of any Catholic church in Cincinnati. That parish has more than an entire square, hav ing one piece 347x300 feet for church and school and another lKUx 150 feet, on which stands the parochial residence. COMMEND THE KNIGHTS. Nearly 1.000 people were In at tendance at the military ball, review and inspection of Knights of St. I.hn l:wf wack at Dunkirk. N. Y It I - .. - n. ) Y, Krillti... anntul waa uuf imv uiup v . -' " events of the season and a credit to this Catholic organization. The military tactics and spectacular drill ing wou commendation. The Mayor, Councilmen and city officials hon ored the occasion by their presence and were guest of the toinmundery. IRELAND. Record ol the Moat Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. 1 The Athlone Town Council have planted the promenade and park with ornamental trees, Mrs. Mary Fehlly has Just passed away in her 104th year, at her daughter's residence, Midleton. A severe rainstorm swept across mid-RoHcommon on January 7 and 8, causing considerable damage. By seven votes to three the Athy Guardians decided not to prosecute vaccination defaulters In the I'nlon. It was agreed at a recent meeting In Cork to undertake the organiza tion of a Gaelic college In that city. The death has taken place at Limerick of T. Brlnn, who for a long number of years had been connected with the Limerick Steamship Com pany. Judge Johnston was presented with white gloves at the opening of Monaghan Quarter Sessions, there being no criminal business for trans action. The Coole District Council at a re cent meeting co-opted Charles Fagan, of Llsmacaffey, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the lute John Connell. At the Claremorrls District Coun cil their meeting was adjourned as a tribute of respect to Martin Mc Loughlln. the late Chairman of the Board of Guardians. The Mohill District Council at a recent meeting unanimously co opted John O'Neill, of Cullagh, as representative for Fenagh in room of the late Thomas Klernan. At the Navan fair the sudden death occurred of an elderly farmer named Patrick Austin, who fell to the ground while he and his son were engaged in purchasing cattle. As an Instance of the mildness of the weather In Ireland at this sea son, it is said that Mrs. Killian, of Clorreudan, has gathered a bunch of primroses which grew in the open on her farm. The County Down Committee of Agriculture has unanimously ap pointed Miss Ruby O'Brien, of Ros- cren, as dairy and poultry in structress for the southern side of tho county. The Ennis Guardians have unani mously elected Dr. Fitzgerald, of Kildysart, to the medical offlcership of Newmarket-on-Fergus in room of Dr. Edward Frost, who has resigned after forty years' service. The dead body of Donald Fee, old age pensioner, was found lying in a stream in a field at Twenty Acres, some five miles from Ballycastle. It is presumed the old man lost his way In making for home during the storm. The news of the death of H. Haughton. who retired from business some years afo, was heard with deep regief in Athlone. He had attained his eightieth year, and was a well known authority on Athlone an tiquities. Consequent on the recent destruc tive fire In Clonmel, by which S50.000 damage waa done, the Clon mel Corporation has decided on purchasing a new fire escape and a new supply of hOBe. Steps were also taken for the establishment of a new fire brigade. Carrick-on-Sulr Urban Council unanimously adjourned the January monthly meeting without transacting any business as a mark cf respect to the late R. Fitzgerald, 01 v;arnca bee. who ud to the time of his death was a member of the council, and to the late J. Hurley, of Westgate, whose eon. John Hurley, is at present a member of the council. AGED MOTHEIl DEAD. rharioa if Hnffertv. district pas senger agent of the Pennsylvania Unco ui.i nallad in Columbus. Ohio. Tuesday afternoon by the death of his venerable mother. Mrs. itageriy was in her eighty-eighth year, and her death resulted from paralysis. CATHOLICS 1XCKEASE. A church census of Liverpool, c.ktIuiiH taken by one of the daily papers, shows that during the past ten years the Anglican cnurcn naa lost 9,9 00 and the Non-uoniormisis 14.200. while the Catholics had gained 2,900. FOR WOMAN'S EYE. v..ri all tha fashionable gowns have thin draperies narrowed toward the feet. Printed silk eponge will be consid erably used for collars and cuffs of one piece dresses. One of the new spring laonca looks like a silk and wool tolienne with a moire pattern. Plain brown, blue and black and tan messallnes with hairline stripes never go out of favpr. Printed brocade figures on soft fabrics and nrlnted voiles are arriv ing in large assortments. Never waa there such a season, or buttons in such colors and striking designs. Combinations of white button bright serge ulHrta with enlnred cloth coats promise to be In favor this spring. Skirts in two or three tiers are claiming some attention, though It is doubtful if they are wiueiy adopted. Small bats ars certainly having thinas their own way for the first of the spring season. A great many are of black or blue satin. We ahall not have to Dart with the lovely brocades, even in sum mertime some of the newest fabrics are of cottons, brocaded in the same designs as velvets. Some of the most striking novelty cottons are closely patterned in East Indian colors dull reds and blues and the borders to these cottons are broad, very decided stripes. Half season bats are being made with crowns end upper brims of flowered tafteta, covered with chif fun, and this again covered with shadow luce all to get some evasive desired tone. FRANK FEHR INvOBATtO vfSlll la. 1 7! , . r W Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. KY, SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every one who has tried it. Telephone 432, SENN & ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY. INCORPORATED. LOUISVILLE. KTe Cumb. Phone West 191 -TH WIEDEMANN XffcoaroBATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flayee GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville. Ky. FALLS CITY (incorporated) Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Are Brewing and Bottling Beer a Case for Your nome. TELEPHONES: Horns 7671-7672, Cumb. Wait 69. SALVATOR (Dark) JOHN E. WALTERS' aOl ClaaA Yb SLJ will CCl MJfl T-iSrj 508, 510 and 512 TELEPHONE 209 JOHNF.OERTELCO. INCORPORATED. BUTCnERTOWN BREWERY. CELEBRATED 1400 to 1408 BOTH PHONES 691. Glias. fl. Roocrs ...BOOK GO... PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every tasta. Give na a call and Inspect our Una ol foods. They are tha fiaest of tir kind in the city. Beaks, Magazine, and Religious Articles OF BIT BUST DBKIirnOS. 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS, Geraniums, Roses, lieleotrope, Etc. (Cemetary Work a specialty) REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S. FOURTH AVE. Both Pluses 223. JOHN B. STRUBEL JEWELER Watches, Diamonds 346 E. Market St. HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED. IMPOLITE. "Rrlilirat rillii'fr T haa, vnn ri n n r- relliiK vtltu the milkman this uioru iuV "Sure nott One of his girls is slok, an' I was Inquiring after her. Hut tin's awfully impolite." "How's that?" 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All erdais rec.iv. prompt at ten tW aad aatisfactioa guaranteed. I A Delicious Smoke PHONE CITY J110 POK CLliOI'ATUA 10a GONDOLA 5 A. L. DOMKCK. 225 S. fl y Street.