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J nOSIEPIIOMBSS J. J. BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 ISfist AIcilix Street. iiTHOMAS Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365. 1221 West market street. S Gran W. Smith's Son;! I AL SMITH, Funeral Director i Carrlag t Furnished for All orf 11 irrrrnrnM c T r c? r? T I TELEPHONE 810. tMttMtvMee i! DOUGHERTY 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors t BOTH riiorij. I Cumb. Main 299S-a 4. 4H i OLD FORTUNA 'XBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. IMCMKrOSATBD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS FINK WINES A. I.. KOLB, 323 West Green Street. LIQUORS CIGARS BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. Hi McKenna, Distiller. Fairfield, liy. All th. lata tad saw Style, and Shapes ca. be found bar. at reasonable prices. HERRMANN BROS. mroTl FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era ta finest Breads of K.a tacky YVblsalas, especially Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLBD IN BOND. Tsleekeie 1141. t3 114 linN STRUT. CUMBERLAND 123 KrENAN Proprietor. and Embalmer i Occasion on Short Notlca. ' & McELLIOTTi and Embalmersf Home City 2908 I I I CHAMPAGNES innMiintwninmw DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Tsltphssu-Csal.. I 289a. Hwm. City 2391 JOHN B. STRUBEL JEWELER Watches. Diamonds 346 E. Market St. HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED. CENTRAL FimiTUEE CO. Incorporated N. W. Cor. Tblrd sad Qr.ca Sts. W. (uraUb tb. bom. cm plate oa M.y p.ym.nt. WM. CALUOMAN. Mgr. Sales Beet. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doinf the Past Week Oeneral Newt Note. St. Paul Hibernians are arranRlng for a great field day for th. middle oi August. With about fifty member, enrolled another division bas been organized In New York City. The Hibernians of Pueblo, Col., are keenly alive and getting all tb. candidates available. One hundred and fifty-three wer. taken into tb. order In St. Paul and Minneapolis during the past fix months. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Providence Increased from three to five the prizes for Irish history In St. Teresa's Arademy. Division 1 meets Tuesday night, and It la expected that many who have not been attending will present themselves. Mrs. John Arthur, State President, visited the auxiliaries tn Northern Indiana and found them In flourish ing condition. Buffalo Hibernians will nave Irish day nt Crystal Beach on July 19. The field contests have entered the coun try's test athlete. The recently organized Ladles' Aux iliary at alley Falls, R. I., held Its first class Initiation last week ana. admitted sixty-five members. Oregon Hibernians plan great re- union at Portland next August, thef proceeds to De usea in mo erecuuu of the new ball on Russell street. Those members who would help the grand old Ancient Order should attend at least one meeting each month. They will benefit themselves by so doing. Mrs. Mary McWhorter, of Chicago, was given a delightful reception byl I I the Minneapolis auxiliaries. National, Slate and county officers were present to do her honor. A beautiful life size rtatue of St. Patrick has been presented the Church of the Immaculate Conception of Trenton, N. J., by (Division 6 and Ladles' Auxiliary 2. The Ladles' Auxiliary holds Its first July meeting Wednesday night at. Falls City Hall. They have had a splendid year thus far, and will do everything to make the next six, months still better. .i. Di'Vision 2 will hold Its - meeting, next Thursday night at Thirteenth and Oak streets. It Is expected that a number of applica tions will be filed and several candi dates balloted for. President Ford urges all the members to be present. They will hear much of Interest and be well entertained. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Paw- tucket have arranged for a fitting commemoration of the part taken by men of the Irish race in the battle of Gettysburg, the flfltieth anni versary of which falls on July 2. The observance calls for a solemn high mass of requiem -to be attended by th. members of Tower Post, O. A. R., and an escort of the National Guard and such of the local organizations In which membership Is held by men of Irish birth or extraction. RECOVERING. Mrs. Mary Canty, who has been confined to her home on West Madi son street, suffering from shock and Injury received from the attack of a big dog, has been pronounced out of danger and on the road to recov ery, to the great relief of her family. HANDSOME ADDITION. Work hs commenced for the build ing of a handsome addition to St. Jo- eph's school on East Washington street. It will consist of four large rooms and will be ready for the open ing of the school term next Septem ber. AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE. Dr. J. T. Chawk and Harry L. Smith have established a garage at 713 Seventh street for the purpose oi hiring out automobiles at a reason able rental and can accommodate parties on short notice. POSTAL CLERKS. The Louisville postal clerk, held an enthusiastic meeting Sunday after noon, when William J. Hollla and Herbert M. Jessel wer. elected dele gates to the National Federation of PoBtofflce Clerks, who will hold a three days' convention at Indianapolis th. first week In September. George C. Burton end Ivy Shlpp wer. chosen alternates, and Clarence Coleman will represent the clerks In the local Trades and Labor Assembly. CHURCH PIONIO. Members of St. Joseph's congrega tion are working faithfully for their annual picnic, to be given at Phoenix Hill Park on July 9. The school children will be taken to the park In the morning, euchre and lotto wlU be played in the afternoon, and at night there will be a varied enter tainment. From present indications this picnic will eclipse the one here tofore riven. The officers in charge are William Pers, Sr., Aug. Georgcl and V. K. Ecker. They are being ably assisted by John F. Oertel, Charles Stauoble, Jacob Steuerer, George J. Ecker, Joseph Helm, John Schinuckle, Georse Georgel, Fred Bouchard, Louis Staeuble and Carl Schmuckle and the ladles of the pariah. THE EPISCOPALIAN ROW. The Episcopalian row over th. propo.ed chungo of nam. for that church still goee merrily on, but th. warring factions seem as far as ever from arriving at decision. Some continue to bold fast tenaciously to the old pugnacious term "Protestant," end they advise those "who prefer to be known as Catholics to go over to Rome." This advice, as a contemporary puts it, Is based on the assumption that the copying of the Catholic ritual makes Catholics of Protestants. As well might on. say tht tb. putting on of a new suit of clothe. Invests a per son with a new Intellectual chare- ester. New (World. OKCHXKCKX)C030C8XOOCKXDOO -FOR: A LITTLE DIFFERENT AND A LITTLE BETTER Furniture For Lest Money go to WM. F. MAYER, 413 W. MARKET ST. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A.. . H. DIVISION 1. Meets at Falls' City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays. President Thomas W. Tarpy. Vice President Daniel McCarthy, Recording Secretary Walter Cu lck. Financial Secretary Joseph Far- rell. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. I Bergeant-at-Arns Henry McDer- mott. Sentinel John K.ans. DIVISION 2. Meets First Thursday at St. Will iam's Hall, Thirteenth and Oak. President C. J. Ford. Vice President J. J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary Daniel O Keele. Financial Keanev. Secretary Jphn Treasurer James Welsh. ' 8ergeant-at-Arm. J. Cunning ham, Sentinel Thomas Hannon. DIVISION S. Meets First and Third ' Mondays, Nineteenth and Portland. President Hugh Hourlgan. Vice President John M. Maloney. Recording Secretary John P. Price. Financial secretary Jonn j. Hes- 'ilon, Jr. I r ...... 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. Bergeant-at-Arms Thomas ell. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Far- "V. Ad. I. MACKIN COUNCIL, 20S. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. President Frank O. Adams. First Vice President Geo. Thorn ton. Second Vice President John J. Lynn. Financial Secretary A. C. Link. Recording Secretary John R. Barry. Corresponding Secretary Harry T. Klbbey. Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch. Marshal Fred Schuler. Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp. Outside Sentln.l Frank E. Grat- TWIN CITY LEAGUE. The followers of the Catholic Base ball League were given quite a sur prise last Sunday when the two leaders, the Champions and the Spring Banks, were beaten decisively by the Hepburns and the Bruins and the Shamrocks received a forfeited game from the Cadets, making the race very close for leading honors. Capt. Frank Reichert, President of the league, das Injected himself as a pinch hitter for the Progressive line up in the August primary, toeing a candidate tor Mayor. The schedule for tomorrow Is as follows: Bruins vs. Kentucky Oaks, Champions vs. Cadets, Shamrocks vs. Hepburns, Spring Bank vs. Athletics, ing to date: W. Champions 6 Spring Banks 5 Shamrocks 5 Kentucky Oaks 5 Hepburn. , 3 Athletic. 3 Cadets 3 bruins 3 The atand- L. 6 Pet. .667 .625 .625 .556 .429 j .375 .375 .333 PLAY HOOSIERS TODAY. Our Colonels play Mike Kelly's In dianapolis team this afternoon again, spd close the series with a double header tomorrow. If our pitchers are In condition Louisville should have no trouble In making the series three cut of four, as Kelly Is experimenting at present with practically a new line up. Monday they begin a three-game ..rles with the rejuvenated Toledo, team end return home Thursday to meet Indianapolis for three games, which includes two games for July 4. It Is believed that the Colonels have entirely recovered from tbelr recent slump and when Ingerton re turns to th. lineup should again strike tbelr best gait, his absence be ing the worst felt of the year. Be ginning with their next stay at bdm. Prextdenit Wathen should take steps to eradicate the shoestring bettors from the neighborhood of third base, ho In a great measure are depriving many patron, of plea.ure at the park, their constant flaunting of their tid bit wagers being a nuisance, and If allowed will mar tbe pleasure of th. gam. for many. HOLY LAND. The Holy Land has a population of 110 females to .very 177 males. IRELAND. Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. The Rosrrea Guardians have elected Mr. Mullally relieving officer, Damage to the extent of $5,000 was done by a fire, which originated In the flax mill of John Eakln, Bally gillen, near Magherafelt. At a me' Ing of the Louth County Council Patrick Donegan, of Mon terbolpe, was elected rate collector for the Ardee Rural District. Balllnacarrlga Castle, between Balllneen ad iDunmanway, has been teken over by the Cork County Coun cil, who will keep U In repair. At a meeting of the Kerry County Council Michael Qulnlan was elected 'County Secretary In place of his father, P. M. Qulnlan, who resigned. Very Rev. T. Canon Langan. of Abbeylara, has been appointed to the pastorship of Cloghan and Banagher parish, In room of the late Father McNamara. At Creggane the house of P. J. Green was recently fired lnt. Green was seated by the fireside reading when the charge struck the wall close tc his head. To the regret of a wide circle of friends In Clare and Limerick the death In his seventy-first year Is an nounced of Thomas Frost, late of Sixmllebrldge. The police barrack at Crossdoney, County Cavan, has been done away with and all the policemen sent to ether stations. The barrack was es tablished In 1867. The death occurred In Kilkenny of the Very Rev. Father O lynn, 6. P. He was a native of Tralee, and was a well known and distinguished mem ber of the Dominican order In Ireland. M. J. Melvln was for the fourteenth time elected Chairman of the Balllna Diatlrct Council. M. Davis was re elected Vice Chairman and was also re-elected Chairman of the Board of Guardians. A commodious and well-equipped parochial hall la about to be erected by the Rev. Father Gallery In Rathfrl land. It will "be available as a club and for the purposes of social re unions, lectures, concerts, etc. There are upward of fifty police on protection duty on the now famous Ballywowlart grazing farm. They are minding the grazier's cattle. They are living In huts, and a section of them are sheltered In the (herd's house. At a United Irish League conven tion In Maryborough Patrick J. Mee han, solicitor, was elected as the can didate for ithe representation of the Lelx division of Queen's county, In place of his father, the late P. A. Meehan. The oldest rural postman In tae Newry district, Owen MoAteer, has Just retired, after a service of over thirty-eight years perforrr.ed between Newry and BesSbrook. As his official route averaged ten miles per day, h. has walked, he calculates, 138.700 miles during his career. An eviction recalling the harrow ing scenes of the past was carried out recently at Clara. Forty-five po licemen attended and ejected three orphans, aged thirteen, eleven and ten, from their thatched cottage. The youngsters, who cried bitterly, were evidently terrorized by the police, and the people, who were present in ltrge numbers, were visibly affected. An Indignation meeting was subse quently held. ORDAINED FOR LOUISVILLE. Last week Cardinal Gibbons or dained thirty-eight young men to the priesthood, among the number being Rev. John B. Tennelly, for the Louis ville diocese. AGENTS WANTED. Agents wanted everywhere to sell our beautiful line of Sacred Pic tures (Catholic), Fruit end Flower Oleographs, for framing and post cards. Ton can earn $5 dally. Im port Distributing Company, 25 West Forty-second street, New York City. ENCYCLICAL TO WORKINGMEN. The Catholic Press Association cables that Pope Plus Is at present writing an important encyclical let ter upon the labor question, insisting upon the necessity of Catholics prac ticing the principles inculcated in the great encyclical of Pope Leo XIII. entitled "Rerum Novarum", Issued May 18, 1891, in opposition to the Socialist propaganda. PICNIC FOR NEW SCHOOL. Members of St. Agnes congregation. that takes In th. Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road, Ibav. arranged for a grand picnic ajt Phoenix Hill Park on Saturday, July 12. The Pas slonlst fathers, who have charge of this parish, propose building a school where tbe children can be educated, and tbe proceeds of this picnic will go to the fund for that purpose. UEGIN AT HOME. Men and women who have plans for the betterment of the condition of their fellows In every case should first try their schemes on them selves. If they can better their own condition and show that from being poor creatures tbey have become prosperous and happy, then the world will believe In them and go In for their patent plan; otherwise not. A sick doctor, a poverty-stricken reformer with a scheme to make ell mankind rich, a person preaching peace who Is bad-tempered and quar relsome, will never make converts. Every real reform, let us ever re oibmber, begius at home. PLEASES ITS FRIENDS. Th. thirty-first annual report of th. Society of tbe Holy Spirit of New Orleans is highly pleasing to its friends and supporters. Tbe object of this society is the distribution, free of cost, of Cat hollo books, pa pers, tracts and leaflet, through all tbe United States. During the tw.lv. months 167,011 piece, were dis tributed, as against 819,166 for the year preceding. FRANK FEliR INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. ICY. SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every one who has tried it. Telephone 452, SENN & ACKERM AN BREWING COMPANY. INOOBPOKATEDi LOTJISVILI.K. EY Cumb. Phone West 191 -TH WIEDEMANN otcoaroaATsn BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent Saw ORUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. FALLS CITY BREWING CO. (incorporated) Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Are Brewing and Bottling Beer a Case for Your Home. TELEPHONES: Hems 76717672, Cumb. W.tt 69. SALVATOR (Dark) JOHN E. WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 20f NOW SOLD IN BOTTLES. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. ..JUNE.. Sacred Heart Statues, all sizes and prices; Sacred Heart Manuels. New and Improved; Sacred Heart Rosaries and the new Sacred Heart LI tan t: Home Votive Lamps, to born before your Statue of the Sacred Heart. Have you a pair of Sacred Heart Plo turee in your home. We have a com plete stock of special devotion Books, Ilosariee and Leaflets. ROGERS Church Goods Company 4I8.W. JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home oi Church Good. T. F. DOLAN JOHN J. DVAN i NOME PHONE CITY 2201 BUY A SAMPLE FROM DOLAN & CO. RETAIL DEALERS IN Leaf Tobacco Small quaatitlea sold to eom.nni era. far pound 20c Shipped lo all parte oi the Uaited Statea. 1135 W. Market St.. Louisville, Ky. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson H. BOSSES SON Fur.trcl Directors !! 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