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pANK FEHR BREWING CO. HOMI PHONI'll CUMBERLAND 118 J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. HERjfilAK STRAUS 6 SONS INtc'-eOMAftD 1 rouem vpmip Mttrr st.kt i Advance Sale of Wash Goods N8 Eant Main Street. E sm 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. and Linens. ? Gran W. Smith's Son; AL SMITH, Proprietor. Funeral Director and Embalmer: Carriage PurnUhed tor All Occasions on Short Not lea. 809 W. JEFFERSON STREET. M telephone: 8io. & I D. J. DOUGHERTY & J. McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT, f Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answer. Promptly, Day rr Night. 1231 WEST MARKET STREET. OLD FORTUNA BOURBONS THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. DISTILLERS- JMOORPORATBD WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS -rm wives CHAHI'OIU AL. KOLB, 345 West Green Street. ZJQUOKa. tj titu v J'OAIla t' .m ssr m w a w k a a m w m i Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TaltphoMS Cumb., S. 299a. Homi, City 2399. 2 i BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY. I ri IT IS ALWAYS PURE. fjH. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, fty All tb. lata and uw Style and Shape caa be found here at raatonabl. prlcei. Call and ie us HERRA1ANN BROS. inroanas FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wbo!.ele Deal re In Finest braeda of Keg lucky Wbl.kln, especially Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. Tie,iM mi. ii4 linn imrr. JOHN B. STRUBEL JEWELER Watches, Diamonds 346 E. Market St. HOMG PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED. I CENTRAL FURNITURE CO. Incorporated M W. Cor, Tblrd tod Orcca St. We furnish the home cam pl.t. on easy payments. WM. CALLAOMAN, Mr. laiea Deal. Come In and See These New Materials. Know the Prices Are Low. X :85t New White and Colored Wash Materials For Early Spring Wear IMPORTED WHITE RA TINE 40 inches wide, with new fancy ' borders ; this sea sons most DODular styles: resin XI lar $1.00 quality; special, If per yard 11 FANCY NUB AND CREPE XX EFFECTS Also Crepe Ratines it and Crepe Voiles with ratine If borders; values up t(.Qf tf $1.39; special, per yard. . 0 1 WHITE VOILE With neat XX ratine stripe; 33 inches wide; if Splendid weight and quality; i usually sells at 98c; spe- 7pf eial, per yard I Jl (IMPORTED ENGLISH VOILES In all the new stripes and checks, designs and Tf colorings; regular ojo quail fi ties; special .per f X yard ! I ; COLORED NUB RATINES jn In all the plain colorings; also iit white with colored and drawn borders ; values up ! ft 25c $1.19; special, per yard S!85t Longcloths and Soft Nainsooks !)8c 1.40 51.49 $1.75 2.25 We and Ready-made Sheets Pillowcases HEMMED BLEACHED PIL LOWCASES Size 42x36; made from splendid grade bleached muslin; always sell at HY2 special, each HEMSTITCHED AND PLAIN HEMMED PILLOW- CASES Size 42x36: heavy ENGLISH LONGCLOTH Chamois finish; 36 inches wide; 12 yards to the piece; $1.25 value; special, piece EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH LONGCLOTH 36 inches wide; 12 yards in the piece; regular $1.85 grade; special, per piece SOFT FINISH ENGLISH NAINSOOK Beautiful quality and finish; 36 inches wide; 12 yards to the piece; $1.98 quality; special, po piece 40 . INCH SEA ISLAND SOFT-FINISH NAINSOOK Usually sails at $2.39; for 2 yard length, special per piece FINE EGYPTIAN SOFT- FINISH NAINSOOK Full 40 inches wide; for fine under garments ana infants wear; usually sells at $2.75 ft special, piece. . . 4 aa))a)tewe M0mw Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. KY, Sic if o rLu AL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. A pproved b v e verv- one who has tried it. Telephone 452, linen-finish muslin; values uoXJMHrWrV X A I LC aW 1 1 ArVT to 17c; special, 1 1 1 Jir X 1 X 1 VinVlJL(llTmiN AAl TIT? T.TTTTTVrr nmrnA-NTtr INCORPORATED. LOUISVILLE. KTi 42x36; always sell 20c; special at...., each BEST UTICA PILLOW CASES Plain hemmed : size :i4c! HEMMED BLEACTIEP BED SILEETS Large double bed size; made from heavy grade linen-finish muslin; good value at b3c; special, each :48c ! HEMSTITCHED BLEACHED SHEETS Size 81x90; of a good grade sheet ing; always sell at 79c , i i special, each U4trl X Cumb. Phone West 191 -THE Home Phone 191 J WIEDEMANN tSCOKFOaATED BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flat ORUBER & DEUSER. Managers. Louisville, Ky. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past Week deneral News Notes. The Hibernians of Leroy, N. Y., organized a Ladles' Auxiliary this week. The Hibernian Choral Club of St Paul is preparing for a great public concert. j Interesting reports from the (jni'nty Board will be read at all the meetings next week. National President James Regan has aroused enthusiasm among a number of divisions in Iowa. Notning tends more to build up and keep going a good division than a regular attendance at meetings. Division 9 and Auxiliary 2 of St. Faul had a Hibernian night last week attended by over 600 people Dates should be so arranged that the County Board and each division might have celebrations this sum mer. Democrats of Syracuse, N. Y., are urging ex-National President James Dolan to become their candidate for Mayor. Division 1 of Portlnd, Ore., has arranged for a party Mondav night, the proceeds to be for tho Hibernian building fund. . Division 3 meets Monday night. nd the- members will hear some' thing interesting from the Hiber nian Social Club. Every member owes It to his dlvls Ion to attend at elast one meeting month. Otherwise they fail to fulfill their obligation. The Juvenile movement meets with much favor in Minnesota. Minneapolis and St. Paul have flour ishing diviaiors of boys and girls. The divisions and auxiliaries of New Hampshire responded gener ously to the appeal for the relief of the flood stricken States of the West nd South. The Westoaiaa Theater, Twenty- Ixth and St. Cecilia, has been se cured by the Ladies' Auxiliary, who will give a moving picture entertain ment there June 11. The Ladies' Auxiliary will . have much business to transact at their meeting Wednesday nlvbt, and therefore the officers request a full attendance of members. The meeting of Division 1 next Wednesday night will be both In teresting and important. President Tarpey calls upon every member to be present, and it la to be hoped there will be a large attendance. MIXXEAPOM9 TODAY. Hayden's Colonels will begin a three-game series at Minneapolis bin afternoon and hard contests are expected, as Joe Cantillon has al- eady realized that the Louisville team of today Is not the same as last ear and that his team will be lucky to secure an even break, this being quite a radical difference from last season, when Louisville was only ble to capture six out of twenty- four games played, while Indian- polls won even less, these two teunis practically donating the pen- ant, to Minneapolis. If Owner Wathen and Managed Hayden suc ceed In their endeavors to secure notber hard hitting outfielder and right-handed pitcher the fans may expect to see th? Colonels bold onto first division berth on this hard rip, which will continue until June VISITIN G OU Kill EMM. John Davern, for the past thirty years a resident of Denver, has been lmtlng friends of his younger das In New Albany, bis former home. romlnent In political and social dr ies and very successful, he Is now TILT $1.50 HAT STORE Our assortment of Straw Hats is the largest in town Come in and be convinced. PAYING MORE IS OVERPAYING 236 W. Market jSt. $1.50 BILL ST0ECKLEIN, PROP SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. II. DIVISION 1. Meets at Falls' City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays. President Thomas W. Tarpy. Vice President Daniel McCarthy. Recording Secretary Walter Cu Ick. Financial Secretary Joseph Far- rell. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arns Henry McDer- Biott. Sentinel Jehn Keans. DIVISION 2. Meets First Thursday at St. Will lam' Hall, Thirteenth and Oak. President C. J. Ford. Vice President J. J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary Daniel O'Keefe. Financial Secretary John T. Keaney. Treasurer James Welsh. Sergeant-at-Arms J. Cunning- bam. Sentinel Thomas Hannon. DIVISION 3. Meets First and Third Mondays, Nineteenth and Portland. President Hugh Hourlgan. Vice President John M. Maloney. Recording Secretary John P. Price. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- ilon, Jr. Treasurer Dan J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arms John J. East. Sentinel Thomas Noon. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. .angan. Recording Secretary John J. arry. Treasurer Patrick Conley. Sergeant-at-Arms Thomas Far ell Sentinel M. 3. McDermott. "V. JVI. I. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. President Frank O. Adams. First Vice President Qeo. Thorn ton. Second Vice President John J. Lynn. Flaanclal Secretary A. C. Link. Recording Secretary John R. Barry. Corresponding Secretary Harry Klbbey. Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch. Marshal Fred Schuler. Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp. Outside 8entlnel Frank E. Orat- Pr.bldfut of the ltnvtr lluard of Park and Highway Commissioners. KMGIITS OF COLUMBUS. FALLS CITY BREWING CO. (incorporated) Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Late News That Will Interest Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Members Here and Else- Cas 'or Your Home. where. TELEPHONES: Home 7671.7672. Cumh. ' fifl - - i - Order Syracuse Knights will Incorporate and build a home. Twenty-seven received the first degree last week at Omaha. Last Sunday there was a large accession to the membership in New Orleans. A council with ninety-six members has Just been instituted at White water, Wis. Last Sunday -about 100 candi dates took the second and third at Toledo, Ohio. State Deputy Fox will Institute a new council early next month at Whiting, Ind. Thirty-tour candidates were re ceived Into LeMoyne Council last week at Syracuse. A handsome four-story building will soon be erected by the Knights at Somerville, Mass. Thirteen councils were repre sented In the Oregon State conven tion held at Portland. Bishop Duffy, of Kearney, preached the sermon when fifty candidates were initiated at Grand Island, Neb. The Louisiana State convention, held at New Orleans, was honored by Archbishop Blenk and Bishop Van de Ven. Gov. Eberhart and Mayor Keller led the grand march at the opening of the new ball in St. Paul,. Minn., just completed at a cost of $160,000. Finnegan Council of Providence, R. I., held what might be called 'Irish night last week, when Irish music, Irish reading and Irish sub jects wore features uuder direction of the lecture bureau. SALVATOR (Dark) LIFE SAVER (Light) JOHN E. FRANK WALTERS' sfl Ca J. 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE. KY. JOHNF.OERTELCO- . INCORPORATED. BUTCnERTOWN BREWERY, CELEBRATED CREAM BEER, 1400 to 1403 Story Avenue. BOTH PHONES 891. LOOISV1UL& B SODALITY KLKCTIOX. cnas. fl. Kooers ...BOOH GO... PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste. Give ns a call and Inspect our line ol goods. Tbey are the finest ol tit'i kind In tbe city. Ssoks. Magazines tod Religious Article) Or 1TSIT OHOBIRIOII, 434 West Jefferson Street The anniversary of the Immac ulate Conception Sodality of St. Mary s church. Eighth street, will De fittingly celebrated by the' young ladles tomorrow. Following the vespers in the afternoon there will be a special meeting, at which the tlectton of officers will be held. All members are requested to attend. COXFIKMATION. Right Rev. Bishop O'Douaghue will make a visitation to Holy Croat cborch. Thirty-second and Broad way, next Monday morning, aud at 8:30 o clock will administer the sacrament of confirmation to a class of seventy-five. Tbe pastor and Sisters at Holy Cross have been busy for some timo preparing for this event, which will be marked with beautiful but solemn splendor. BEDDING PLANTS, Geraniums, Roses, lieleotrope, Etc. (Cemetery Work a specialty) REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S. FOURTH AVE. Both PbJnea 223. Kl'CHHK, LOTTO, KITPKK. There will be a euchre and lotto party and an excellent supper for the benefit of St. Augustine's church in the school hall, 1308 West Broadway, on Wednesday afternoon and evening. May 2S. Friends of the Ilev. rather Kelteu are taking much Interest In this affair, while he ladies of the parish are prepari ng a menu for the supper that will please all tastes. Tickets will be only twenty-five cents and VIII be good for the supper. Albert F Tillman ...TAILOll... Classy Suits to order, $25.00 and up. Satisfaction guaran teed. Over five hundred styles to select from. Room9Whayne Building 414 W. Jefferson St. COHPl'S CIIICISTI OKLKIUIATIOX. Next Thursday will be the feast of Corpus Chiistl and the celebration n honor of the feast at 8t. Louis Bertrand's church will be deferred to the following Sunday, when the Holy Name Society and other church soclelies will take part In be profession at the 10:30 o'clock mass, when triple benediction will be offered at tbe close. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Cormr Fourth and Jefferson THE 2 FAVORITES of Leolsvllle's Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cigar LITTLE A. J. 5c Cigar Tbe cigars without an equal In quality and flavor. Home-made Union-made and the beit-made for tbe money. For sale at all diipenetri of smokers. T. We TARPY a CO. MAKERS 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 SJ. New Muldoon Monument Co. C.B.THOMPSON WONLY ONE STOKE Rosebuds a Specialty. Floral Designs. 532 FOURTH AVKNCK, Bat k T.t.pb.a. IOSO. All erdeis receive prompt atteatiea ad atisfactios guaranteed. A Delightful SmoKe PHOMB CITY 2)10 FOKJ CLliOl'ATHA lOa GONDOLA o A. Jj. DOMEOIC 223 S. Clay Stri.