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FRANK FEHR BREWING CO. HOMI PHONI CUMBtAlANO 118 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. MSleS ltirt IVIfilix Street. HERMAN STRAUS SONS I0K "OIATtr MARNPT ST.rrT if Advance Sale of Wash Goods I fib Jiltf&'&rfi l4 'i.W THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY J6S. All calls promptly attended to, day or night. Carriages furnished for all occasions. 1225 WEST MARKET STREET. - j Gran W. Smith's SoilI AL SMITH, Proprietor. V. Funeral Director and Embalmer :: Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notlco. 809 W. JEFFERSON STREET, i! TELEPHONE 810. a .ft . D. J. DOUGHERTY DOUGHERTY & Funeral Directors 1 Both Phones 2908 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL 30CASIONS All Calls Answers Promptly, Day or Nlgbt. 1231 WEST MARKET STREET. 4ftttft OLD FORTUNA rBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. 1KOOKPOIATBD DISTILLERS- WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS riXB WIVES. 345 West Green Street I utmost. MAsAfcS -Tf s 0 TtfcaheMS - All tba 1st. and saw Sty It and SbapM caa ba found bar at reasonable prlcM. Call and im na CKK8CW :FOR: A LITTLE DIFFERENT AND A LITTLE BETTER Furniture For Less Money WH. f. MAYER, 413 W. MARKET ST. CENTRAL FURNITURE CO. lacotpofat4 N. W. Car. Tblr aa4 Oreea Su. Wt loraUh tba bom. cam ptote oa .y payments. HL CALUOHAN. M.r. laiM Peel. -4 8. J. McELLIOTT McELLIOTT, and Embalmers. ' CH1HH40IU DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Caai., S. 219a. Khm, City 2391 1 H.BOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. BIO PKIIK AVENUB Telephone 1022. EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. Voicing, Action Reg-latlng. Prof. Walter Klaussner 403 SOUTH SECOND. Horn PhoB. City 71 MS. JOHN B. STRUBEL JEWELER Watches, Diamonds 346 E. Market St. HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED. HERRMANN BROS. -ntroaTsas- FINB WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dial ara la Placet Breads of Kea tacky Whiskies, espwHally. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. TefkM 1141. 114 SIXTH I Til IT If Come In and Know New White and Colored Wash Materials For Early ' Spring Wear IMPORTED WHITE RA TINE 40 inches wide, with new fancy borders; this sea son's most popular styles; regu lar $1.00 quality; special, O C a per yard 0JI FANCY NUB AND CREPE EFFECTS Also Crepe Ratines and Crepe Voiles with ratine borders: values up to 98c $1.39 ; special, per yard WHITE VOILE With neat ratine stripe; 38 inches wide; Splendid weight and quality; usually'sells at 98c; spe cial, per yard I Jl IMPORTED ENGLISH VOILES In all the new stripes and checks, designs and colorings; regular 35c quali ties; special per tyff yard -CeJl COLORED NUB RATINES In all the plain colorings; also white with colored and drawn borders: values up to '85c $1.19; special, per yard 3IACKIN COUNCIL Makes Liberal Donation to St. Lawence Home for Boys. Mackln Council's meeting Monday night was well attended and In the enthusiasm that prevailed a generous donation was made to the St. Law rence Institute for working boys. President Adams occupied the chair and announced that but four mem bers were on the sick list, W. A. Link being one of the number. Four applications were received and four candidates presented themselves for obligation. Attorney Robert T. Burke In a telling speech urged all members who had proposed candi dates for membership in the Young Men's Institute to see that they were present at the joint Initiation to be held on Sunday, April 20. Tnis win be a big event for Unity, Trinity and Mackln Councils, and should bring into the order many Catholic young men. That morning the members of the three councils will attend a special mass at 7:45 o'clock In the Cathedral and receive holy com munion in a body. The initiation will take place at Mackln Club House In the afternoon, and at night a grand banquet will be served In the audi torium of the Seelbach Hotel. Offi cers of Mackln hope to have a class of fifty for this occasion. An invita tion was extended all to attend the dance to be given In the club house Thursday night. SKLECT SOCIAL. Tha American Social Club, com- nnneri nf vniins ladies and eentlemen of the central part of the city, will entertain Monday nlgbt with a select dance and reception at Schreiber's Hall, Twenty-ixlh and Bank. This la a new organization. whose members Intend to give a number of delightful aoclal affairs. COMMVXION OF CHILDREN. Tha aurlv communion of children haa hrnuirht tha naaiora into a closer contact with the little flowers of their flocks, the result being that there is a tremendous revival of faith anil 'niatv imoni Cathollca wherever tbe Pope'a commands ara carerully carriea out. rrequeni communion of the little ones pro motes lunocence and purity, and by reflection spreads piety and devotion among thi older people, mere is little doubt from present indications that tbe twentieth century will be known aa tha "Century of tha Blessed Sacrament." Rev. T. J. Finn, 8. J. v EFFECT IS VEILS. Tha vail with tha fins mesh Is a godsend to tbe woman who baa for- vitan hap htrthriava It has a de lightful softening affect, which suc ceeds in suntraciing soma oi me dreaded years of blurring tha tell tale lines of time. A veil. If wisely nhnaan will act aa a iroorf friend, re vealing' only that which tha world may know and concealing wucn inat tha wearer desires to hide. CARE FOR TUB POOR. Refuting the calumny that ene mies of the church circulate, charg Ing that sha la indifferent to tha neda of tba poor, tha Rev. Bernard Vaughan, 8. J., asks: "What mora glorious chapter la tbera In the history of tbe last 1,000 years than tha record of Christian charity? Turn back to tba earliest ages of tha church and you will find her Bishops and priests and laymen erecting In stitutions for widows and orphans, captives and debtors, slaves aud poor. You will find the church struggling to abollnh slavery, giving and Linens. See Thesev New the Prices Are Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTII Chamois finish; 3C inches wide; 12 yards to the piece; $1.25 value; special, piece 98c EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGCLOTII 36 inches wide; 12 yards in the piece; regular $l.oo grade; special, per piece . 81.40 SOFT - FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOK Beautiful quality and finish; 36 inches wide; 12 yards to the piece; $1.98 quality; special, pe J 40 - INCH SEA ISLAND SOFT-FINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at $2.39; for 2 yard length, special Hri per piece V-l'' FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK Full 40 inches wide; for fine under garments and infants' wear; usually sells at $2.75 Art t)P special, piece Vaw.aWJ dignity to labor, Improving the con dition of workers, protecting the weak and feeble, taking the lead lu religious and secular education and in all social reform." OPEN MEET With Smoker and a Gem eral Good Time Tor Hibernians. Division 3, A. O. H., held an inter esting meeting Monday night, though the business was lprgely routine. Hugh Hourlgan presided and obli gated one new member. Messrs. Tim McCarthy, Michael Sheehan and Mat Connelly, who are on the sick list, were reported Improving, and John Morris has returned to his post In the police department. Under the head of good and welfare It was de cided to hold an open meeting and smoker on Monday night, April 21, to which all the divisions of the Falls Cities will be Invited, and It Is cer tain that a general good time will be provided for all who accept the Invi tation. The programme will be en tertaining and will Include a short address by a representative from each division. This gathering should arouse Interest In the Ancient Order and will likely be followed by others similar in character. GIBBONS ONLY KVRVIVOR. Tha itontfi nf ninhnn Hoian leavea Cardinal Gibbons the only survivor in the American hierarchy of the convocation held in tha Vatican in 1869. LATEST IV STYLES. A ribbed woodlike Ottoman silk is a favorite for the spring one-piece dresses. Scarfs of lace Incrusted tulle will be worn with lingerie and crepon dresses. The Russian blouse and amock are traceable In a great many of the new costumes. Vests In colored silks are richly embroidered in Roumanian and Oriental coloring. Bright Bulgarian colorings are very prominent In the decorations of the new parasols. A band colored tagal hat decor ated with large chiffon roses In dull smoky blue Is delightful. Fop th debutante's evening dresses moussellno and lace ara favored for veiling satin or flowered silks. The trlcorne hat returns this spring, mora chic and Jaunty than ever. Usually it has a vivid brim facing. Solid brass toilet sets sre snother new wrinkle. These are absolutely plain or combined with Circassian walnut. For day wear the sleeve of the moment Is long and rather tight, and It may be loose at both elbow and shoulder. coats or Drocaae, velvet, panne and tha new figured ratine are worn wiid anv aiteruoon gown with ex cellent affect. EXPECTS COMETS. Five notable periodic comets are expected to visit the earth again thla year. COOKING SCHOOL METHODS. Mra. Brown Mary, what a kit chen. Every pot, pan and dish is soiled; the table look like the day after a cyclone) What have you been doing? Mary wail, ma am, tba young ladles haa Just been showing ma bow they bile a pert at er at their cooking school. XX Materials. Well Low. 46 Ready-made Sheets and Pillowcases HEMMED BLEACHED PIL LOWCASES Size 42x36; made from splendid grade it bleached muslin; always sell at llV'ii special, each 81c HEMSTITCHED AND PLAIN HEMMED PILLOW OASES Size 42x36: heavv ' O linen-finish muslin; values upon to 17c; special, ff, each... Hi ;;;; BEST UTICA PILLOW CASES Plain hemmed; size 42x36 ; always sell 20c; special at.... -:i4c tt IIEMMED BLEAC3IED BED SHEETS Large double bed size; made from heavy grade linen-finish muslin; good value at 63c; special, 48c each HEMSTITCHED BLEACHED SHEETS -Size 81x90; of a good grade sheet ing; always sell at 79c ;i 64c special, each tS4aaatat IMPRESSIVE. Blessing of Organ and Sta tions of Cross Last Sunday. The fine new organ for the Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament at St. Anthony's Hospital, the generous do nation of the noble - benefactress. Miss Lillian M. Pearson, of Philadel phia, was appropriately blessed and dedicated to the service of Cod last Sunday afternoon by the Right Rev. Denis O Donaghue, Bishop of Louis ville, assisted by Rev. J. P. Cronin, V. Q., Rev. Patrick Monaghan and Rev. Ignatius Wllkens, O. F. M. Rev. Leonard Nurre, of St. Boniface church, blessed the stations and re cited the Way of the Cross. The Rev. Father Wllkens delivered the sermon, taking for his subject the organ and its meaning. Mrs. Anthony Molengraft presided at the organ and the choir of St. Boniface church, un der the direction of Prof. Molengraft, rendered a fine musical programme composed of numbers written by Father Wllkens. The Rev. Charles P. Raffo, of St. Charles Borromeo, imparted the blessing. Among the clergy In the sanctuary were Fathers Schuhmann, Westerraann, White, Jansen, Bohlsen, Reverman, Acker- man, Alelander, Berresheim, uause pohl, IBachmann, Fitzgerald, Koth- eut, Schmltt and Cletus Brady, C. P. The chapel was crowded to its fullest capacity, and after the "Te Ileum" the visiting clergy were given an elaborate banquet by the Sisters. IUSHOP' DIAMOND JIBILEE. The Right Rev. Henry Joseph Rlchter, Bishop of Grand Rapids, Mich., last Tuesday passed the dia mond jubilee of his birth. From all sections of the country he received congratulatory messages expressing hopes for continued good health and many more years of usefulness. Bishop Rlchter was ordained on June 10, 1865, and was consecrated Bishop of Grand Rapids on April 22, 1883. BOOK OF KKLLM. The Book of Kells, produced by Irish monks In the seventh century, is the glory of Trinity College, Dub lin. Tbe taste and delicacy, the originality and tbe elaboration of coloring place It among tbe wonders of the world. The book is so per fect that one can examine It most closely under the strongest magnify ing glass without finding lack of alignment or an irregularity in In terlacement. PLEA FOR THE IIOYH. There is nothing In the world so well worth looking after as tha boy, and there is no being In the world so neglected aa tbe boy. There Is scant room for him. We chaperon our girls and not too carefully but we leave Jhe boy to choose his associates and hla environments with much advice and very little guidance. Girls are naturally gentle and companionable, most of them at least, and they win their way to and fie welcome in all homes, but we do not know of many homes where boys are Invited. About tbe only door that swings with, sure welcome for him, about the only chair that Is placed near the fire for him. about tbe only spot where ha Is sure of a cordial greeting, is where you do not desire him to go. It Is one of tha hardest things In the world to get hold of a boy to get a sure grip on him. You think you know some thing about him, but perhaps that something Is very little, and very likely he knows more about you than you do about him. Christian Year. Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLK. KY. sOUR SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. A pproved by every- one who has tried it. Telephone 452, SENN 6c ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY. INCORPORATED, LOUISVILLE. KTe Cumb. Phone West 191 WIEDEMANN EtcoaroaATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent Save ORUBER & DEUSER. FALLS CITY BREWING CO. (incorporated) Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use. Order a Case for Your Home. TELEPHONES: Horns 7S7I-7672, Cumb. Wast 69. SALVATOR (Dark) LIFE SAVER (Light) JOHN K. FRANK WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512. CLAY. STREET. TELEPHONE 20 , LOUISVILLE. KY. JOHNF.OERTELCO. INCORPORATED. BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY. CELEBRATED CREAM BEER. 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue. BOTH PHONES 891. UXASVUXA ft Ghas. fl. Rogers the 2 favorites Rnilk C( of Laoliyllle'a Particular Smokers .UUUI UU... TARPY SPECIAL PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES ioc cig.r To suit every tasta. Giva us a v--v r A call and inspect our Una of LIIIL.C.M.vl. goods. They ara tha finest ot ihiit kind In tha city. 9C tigar 8N.S. UaglZlneS I0d RellglOIIS AjllClll The cigars wltnont an aqualloquallt, and flavor. Home-made Union-mule or BT..T s-wsirnos. Md tn ,,.,,,.4. for tb, m0My, Fof 434 West Jefferson Street ' npeoers 0f smokers. BEDDING PLANTS, T- W- TARPY a CO. Geraniums, Roses, seventh st.. near market c. " !lw!, ,c" MONUMENTS REASONABLE MICEI lAfOR PHllI V w hve just received five car JALUD OlIIULX loads of Monuments ranint li yjjr FLORIST Pr,ce 'ro1" 75. 00 to $200.00 and 550 S. FOURTH AVE. tv. .t . b..in. Before purchasing please give us Both PbJnea 223. t r a call at our warerooms, 318.520 MUSIC We,t areen st- Furn.ahad for all occasion, by K&W Mul(l00!l MOIMlUent Cfl. Western Union Brass and , m JSXJSL. C. B. THOMPSON 1121 Ciiar Strut Nmm rkw im 1131 Prof. Oeu. W. Itovla. FIORIST arONLY ONE STORE AAl H ll Rosebuds a Specialty. IVi 11 IL Jiv Floral D"ln, 1 M 633 FOURTH A VENDS. MILK AND CREAM rri 11FDrn IM a" r-Wa prompt attcatW DELIVERED IN aad satisfaction roaraatd. STERILIZED BOTTLES. Home Phone City 1097. A Dellfjlltful SH-OlIe Cumb, East 581-A. rHowa city jsio for CLEOPATHA 10. C. HEDDEN AGiTT,nir 1 at n j d j A. Ij. DOMECK. 1 107 Dardstown Read. 22s s. ci. turt. Home Phone 1913 Managers, Louisville. Ky.