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HOMI PHONI CUMBERLAND IIS J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. tH&& East AXriln Street, THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365. All calls promptly attended to, day or night. Carriages furnished for all occasions. 1225 WEST MARKET STREET. t "Gran W. Smith's Son; AL SMITH, Funeral Director and Embalmer;! Carries tt Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. 809 W. JEFFERSON STREET.! Ck tit ILs- TELEPHONE 810. t DOUGHERTY & Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNI8HED FOR ALt All Calls tniwiril Promptly, Day ar Night. 1231 WEST MARKET STREET. OLD FORTUNA BOURBONS THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. DISTILLERS- 4 ' rtn wives I 345 West Green Street. SS0SSSO All tbe lata and uw Stylet and Shapes caa ba found bar at raasonabla pricaa. Call and in ua :FOR: A LITTLE DIFFERENT AND A LITTLE BETTER Furniture For Less Money go to 1 F. MAYER, 413 W. MARKET ST. OOKS CENTRAL FUHKITURE CO. IacorpormU4 K W. Car, Thlr ni Ones Sta. We ruralih tba noma cam plete on easy payment. L CALUOHAN. Mr. Seies Ifept I OCKK83KKCK700 Proprietor. t McELLIOTT, f nraoiroiiTiD WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS CHAM. DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH. SEVENTH STREET Maieem-Cias., J. 211a. Mnn, City 2111. H.B0SSEfcS0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. BIO IT 15 II K AVBNUIJ TaUDboa 1022. EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. Voicing, Actios IUgalatLng. Prof. Walter Klaussner 403 50UTH SECOND. Bom PhoaeCity 71&5. JOHN B. STRUBEL JEWELER Watches, Diamonds 346 E. Market St. HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED. HERRMANN BROS. mroaTBBf FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ara In Klnaal Brand of Kan tacky Wblaklee, especially Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. TslitleM IMS. 114 SIXTH ITUfT. POUftTH 1 Advance ffcome In and Know New White find Colored Wash Materials For Early Spring Wear IMPORTED "WHITE RA TINE 40 inches wide, with new fancy borders; this sea sons most popular styles; regu lar $1.00 quality; special, Q e per yard OeJl FANCY NUB AND CREPE EFFECTS Also Crepe Ratines and Crepe Voiles with ratine borders; values up t0QQf $1.39; special, per yard. . JOl WHITE VOILE With neat ratine stripe; 33 inches wide; Splendid weight and quality; usually sells at 98c; spe- "7K. ff cial, per yard I Ul EXPORTED ENGLISH tf VOILES In all the new f 9 stripes and checks, designs and colorings; regular 35o quali- ( n ties ; special per 4Jr ;;;; yard e)l i i; J COLORED NUB RATINES ! In all the plain colorings; also iiii white with colored and drawn i'li borders; values up toOKj, J ; J $1.19; special, per yard.OaJl HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week denernl News Notes. It Is essential that every member of Division 1 attends the next meet ing. The State officers of New York held a two days' session last week at Utlca. Each division would ba benefited by a general meeting like that of last Monday night. Division 4 meets next Monday night. All who, can should be pres ent to hear the reports. Mobile Hibernians collected and forwarded quite a nice sum for the relief of the flood sufferers. Bishop MoFaul was the honor guest at the banquet of the Ancient Order last Tuesday night at Trenton, N. J. Fifteen hundred people witnessed the postponed St. Brigld's day cele bration of the Indianapolis Ladles' Auxiliary. . Every Hibernian In the city was grieved when Informed of the criti cal condition of Michael Sheehan, of Division 3. The two divisions at Nashua, N. H., held a joint meeting the first part of the month and received over fifty into membership. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Colum bus, Ohio, was among the first who undertook the work of gathering clothing for the flood sufferers. Division 1 of Mobile, one of the most energetic and prosperous In the South, la arranging for the in itiation of a class of 100 In May. At n largely attended meeting of Division 4 of Brooklyn resolutions endorsing John E. Redmond and the Irish party were unanimously adopted. Mrs. McWhorter, 8tate President of the Illinois auxiliary, haa been making official vlslta and awakening interest In the divisions throughout the State. Unusual Interest Is being ev idenced in Iowa and many pupila will compete for the Irish history schol arships -offered by the Hibernians of that State. Twenty-three ladies were recently made members of the auxiliary at Quincy, 111. Mrs. McWhorter, State President, honored the occasion with ber presence. The Nebraska Ladies' Auxiliary State Board has lnatructed the State Prealdent, Mrs. Mary Rafferty. to atart through tha State to organize amnions or the auxiliary. After attending solemn vespers me HiDerniana or Norwich. N. Y.. enjoyed an elaborate banquet, at wQicn they presented Rev. Father Prendergaat a substantial check. Fifty new members were Initiated Into tha order at Chippewa Falls, Wla., In tha presence of National President Regan and delegations from Milwaukee, Minneapolis and Ceylon. A feature of the big fair and fes tival to ba held by tha Chicago Hibernian next month will ba tba ladies' police force In a contest for a diamond ring to be awarded tha moat beautiful Irish girl. Our Ladles' Auxiliary haa Issued Invitations for a select calico hop to be given at Schrelbar'a Hall, Twen-ty-ixth and Bank atreets. on Mon day evening. May 13. Tbia will be a moat enjoyable affair and will doubtlesa attract a large attendance. The Hibernians and Ladles' Aux iliary presented an Imposing spec tacle last Sunday week at Pueblo, Col. With the Irish flag and the Stars and Stripes floating over them tbey visited St. Francis Xavier church and received holy communion In a body. Herman Straus sons J AVPNIIf MAaurr Sale of Wash Goods and Linens. a See These New me mces Are Longcloths and-Soft Nainsooks ENGLISH LONGCLOTII Chamois finish; 36 inches wide; 12 yards to the piece; $1.25 value; special, - iiQ piece Ol EXTRA FINE . QUALITY ENGLISH LONGCLOTII 36 inches wide; 12 yards in the piece; regular $1.85 grade; special, per Z ,31.40 piece SOFT - FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOK Beautiful quality and finish; 36 inches wide; 12 yards to the piece; $1.98 quality; special, po . 40 - INCH SEA ISLAND SOFT-FINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at $2.39; for 2 yard length, special per piece ty-Ie I ) FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT FINISH NAINSOOK Full 40 inches wide; for fine under garments and infants' wear; usually sells at $2.75 ft C special, piece Vu.utJ AMERICAN IRISH WAKE UP! It is the practice of some ignor ant . and malignant eopIe to ridicule and disparage the Irish race, and a great ntany .Americana disavow Irish descent, or if they do acknowledge it, speak of it in a whisper. Why ia this? It's be cause the American , mind baa been filled with the idea of "Anglo-Saxon superiority;" Amer icans believe most of the settlera and those that secured the inde. pendnce of this country were almost wholly English; and the Irish are looked upon as newcom ers, driven here by potato famines. The fault Ues with Irish. Americana themselves; The Eng lish, never miss an opportunity to boost their race; the newspapers prate about Anglo-Saxon bravery, fidelity, courtesy and enterprise, while a great many Irish are more apt to apologize for their existence In America. The remedy Ilea with you. We have Just published a book on "The Irish Contributions to Amer. lea's Independence,' which proves the achievements of the Irish race in the founding of America and the establishment of her inde pendence and material progreaa were unparalleled by any other. It containa practical information of the kind that men of the race should poaaeaa to enable them to refute the scurrilous attacks made upon them by the ignorant, aud the strongest point in its favor is that It was written by a Plot estant, who doe full justice to the ancient Irish people. Only O.OOO copies of the book have been printed, so if you want a copy, order it today, biniply send a dollar bill with your uaiue and address. If you do not' con sider it the best book in the inter ests of the Irish in America you ever read, return it and your dollar will be refunded. 1MJ1KK PUHUSHI VU CO., 12.1 South Fifth street, Philadelphia. Doire Publishing Co. 125 South Fifth St Philadelphia. MOXUMKXT TO FOI WDKK. A bronxe monument will be un veiled next October In St. Louis In memory of Laclede, the Catholic founder of that city. Descendants of Laclede will present a replica of the bronxe figure to the city of Deodus, France, where Laclede waa born and where a descendant now la Mayor. MILLION DO IX A It ACADEMY. A beautiful academy for girls la being built iu the picturesque Ches ter valley, between Philadelphia and Harrlsburg, by the Sistera of the Immuculate Heart of Mary. Tha new Institution will cost about 11,000,000 when completed and furnlsbad. , STartr Materials. We If low. Ready-made Sheets and Pillowcases HEMMED BLEACHED PIL LOWCASES Size 42x36; made from splendid grade bleached muslin; always sell if at 12y2; special, Q'r each 03l HEMSTITCHED AND PLAIN HEMMED PILLOW CASES Size 42x36; heavy linen-finish muslin; values up to 17c; special, 1 1 r f f each Ill it BEST UTICA PILLOW- CASES Plain hemmed; size f 42x36; always sell at 1 t J J 20c; special at 141 11 HEMMED BLEAOIED BED SHEETS Large double- X bed size; made from heavy grade linen-finish muslin; good value at 63c ; special, Jo. on each 40l iiu 'hemstitched jlii BLEACHED SHEETS Size 81x90; of a good grade sheet ing; always sell at 79c ;? A if special, each U4tt it TWIN CITY Baseball League Playa Its rirat Game Sunday Morning. The Twin City Athletic Associa tion, formerly known as the Catholic Eaaeball League, will inaugurate Its season tomorrow and large crowds are expected to be present at the different grounds, as the splendid amateur ball furnished by this ag gregation last summer has whetted the appetite of lovers of the game, who patronized this league chiefly en account ot Its slogan of clean ball, which President Frank Relchert has promised will be their motto this year. The schedule for tomorrow is n fnllnwa- Rruln vs. Chamnlons at Shawnee Park No. 1. Spring Bank vs. Hepburns at Shawnee rarg no. 2, Kentucky Oaks vs. Shamrocks at Shawnee Park No. 3 and Athletics vs. Cadets at Fairmont Park, New Albany. CONSECRATED. The Spanish Church of Our Lady of Hope, In West One Hundred and Flfty-aixth atreet, near Riveraide drive. New York City, the costliest and most beautiful church of Its alxe in thia country, was solemnly con secrated on last Sunday by Cardinal Farley. The edifice, which waa dedi cated on July 21. 1912. la a gem of architectural beauty. In a setting of unusually magnificent surroundings, Including majestic buildings and beautiful terraces. Archer M. Hunt ington, a aon of the late Collia P. Huntington, who la not a Catholic, not only gave the ground for the new church, but also contributed $30,000 toward Its erection. Miss Maria de Barril raised 145,000 tor the purpose of decorating the edifice, Many of the furnishings were do nated by non-Catholics. WALNUT THEATER. "The Shepherd of the Hills," next week's offering at the Walnut Thea ter, la the dramatic story of rough times In the Ozark daya before the coming ot the railroads, the period ot husklngs, house raisings, rough and ready settlement of disputes with the fist, laborious farming, highway robberies and so on. it is said to be a "red blood" virile play, yet one that has a deep message. The fact that the novel from which the play waa made has been a "beat seller" is ample proof that It ia what the public wanta. The engagement calls for the usual midweek mat inees, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. MADE FRIENDS HERB. M. J. Fogarty and wife and chil dren, of Elwood, Ind., enjoyed a pleasant visit to Louisville, and while here were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hueber at their home on Washington atreet. Mr. Fogarty la one of the leading manu facturers In Elwood, and during his visit made many friends in Louis ville. KNIGHTS AT MOBILE. The Knights of Columbus of Mo bile, Ala., will bold an initiation on Sunday, May 4, conferring three de grees on a large class of candidates. There will be In attendance ou this occasion Knights from New Haven, Conn., Chicago, Birmingham, Ala., New Orleans and other cltle. The candldatea and Knights will attend mass at St. Joseph's church, and after marching back to tha Knights ot Columbus hall on St. Joseph's street the ceremonies will begin. The celebrated Chicago degree teum will have charge ot exemplification ot the degrees. FRANK FEHR Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVIL.L.TS. KY. SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every one who has tried it. Telephone 452, SENN & ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY. . INCORPORATED. LOUISVILLE. KTe Cumb. Phone West 191 WIEDEMANN racoaroxATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flare GRUBER & DEUSER, FALLS CITY BREWING CO. (incorporated) Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Are Brewing and Bottling Beer a Case for Your Home. TELEPHONES: Home 7671-7672, Cumb. Wait 69. SALVATOR (Dark) JOHN K. WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and .512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 2M JOHNF.OERTEL CO- INCORPORATED. BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY. CELEBRATED 1400 to 1408 BOTH PHONES 691. Glias. fl. Mrs ...BOOK GO... PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To salt every taste. Give ns a call and Inspect our Una oi goods. They are tha finest ol kind In the city. Books. Magazines tol Ritlgloos Artlcltt or avait pasoaimoa. 434 West Jefferson Street BEDDING PLANTS, Geraniums, Roses, Heleotrope, Etc. (Cemetery Work specialty) REASONABLE MICEI JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S. FOURTH AVE. Both PbJnea 223. MILK MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED IN STERILIZED BOTTLES. Home Phone City 1097, Cumb, East 581 -A. C. HEDDEN 1107 Bardatown Read. JOHN BAUNACH BURNETT AND TEXAS. Moving and Packing HOMB PHONE CITY 5630 Frout Atleaitioa. Frioea Ilea aoitable. BREWING CO. Home Phone 1913 Managers, Louisville, Ky. Especially for Family Use. Order LIFE SAVER (Light) FRANK LOUISVILLE. KT. CREAM BEER, Story Avenue. LOCISY1LL& Sat THE 2 FAVORITES of Lealivillc'a Particular Staeaert TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cigar LITTLE A. J. 5c Cigar Tbe cigars without an equal la quality and flavor. Home-made Union-made and tbe beat-made for tbe money. For sale at all diapemers of imokera. T. W. TARPY CO. MAKBKS SEVENTH ST.. NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging In price from $75.00 to $200.00 and which we can give at a bargain. Before purchasing please give us a call at our warerooms, 318-320 West Oreen St. New Muldoon Monument Co. C.B.THOMPSON FLORIST WONLY ONE STORE Rosabuds a Specialty. Floral Designs. 632 FOURTH AVENUE. Bte TeUpbaua lose. All erders receive prompt attentive aad satisfaction guaranteed. A Delightful Srnolle PHONB CITY 2110 POR CLKOPATKA 10 GONDOLA .0 A. Ij. DOMEOK, 225 8. Clay Street.