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HOME FIIONB 88 CUMBERLAND 123 I1V OXJI J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 822 East Main Street. SWEEPING OUT SALE INCORPORATED OUR aim is M I THOMAS KEENAN1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365. 1221 WEST MARKET STREET. J WONDERFUL VALUE GIVING " ;; "Gran W. Smith's Son;! AL SMITH, Proprietor. i: ' V, Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. 809 W. JEFFERSON STREET,:: :: TELEPHONE 810. & DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT i 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors and Embalmersl BOTH PIIONBS. :: , , Cumb. Main 299S- Ilome City 2998 : 4 OLD FORTUNA BOURBONS THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. imoobpokat mo DISTILLERS- WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS t m 1 1 1 1 1 1 FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL. KOLB, 323 West Oreeu Street. t J upuona oioars J t t DR. J. T.CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH SKYKNTII STREET TilspksMS-Csas., S. 299a. am, Cit239l ft BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNA WHISKY. ' .. 1 . ' I : . . .1 ' ; . 1 - - IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Uyf. . , . AU tb. late tad .w Styles and Shape mb be found bar. t reasonable prices, Ca.ll od a HERRMANN BROS. IMFOT FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Di.Ull.r and Wholesale thal er la Klneat Bunds ol k..a tacky Whiskies, especially Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. Tsle 1141. 114 vx it: in. BEDDING PLANTS, Geraniums, Roses, . Heleotrope, Etc. (Camatary Work specialty) , REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S. FOURTH AVE. Both Pbnea 223. It. yea koja aa eaaoatloa taat wUi (iqan fw Ufa. 5T. XAVIER'5 COLLEGfc 11 W. jsreaawey, iealarUle, Ky. CoaSuW4 br tb. Illirlu Brotara. Cluaiuti, .ulautiAo ant Vuitm Cur., Pr.pr.tirf l).iNhi-tiBnt, Lrt. SwivupMna J'O'ti, W.U a. 14 Oyw ttm, )wu a.eew'., . J tax. For weeks we have been preparing for this, our Forty-first Semi-annual Sweeping-out Sale. It is the greatest value event in the history of our business. Not alone are all our Sweeping-out Sales big events, but as this is the first one to be held in our New Store we are "going ourselves one better" by giving values that are truly wonderful. These exceptional values have kept our store crowded ever since the sale started. While we are unable to give every reduction made in this ad we are giving a few. Other reductions are as great. t CHi ff Vr WOMEN'S OXFOHDS AND PUMPS. All t t I J J sizes; about 2,500 pairs in odd lots. Values up to i AO.UU. None will be tried on, sent on approval or charged. MISSES' AXD CIULDREX'S FOOTWEAR Karefoot Sandals; $1.00 values; Sweep- Ing-out price 48c Oxfords, Pumps and Strap Slippers and Shoes; all kinds and all leathers; f 2.00 values; SweepIng;out price 8c Cx fords and Pumps; $2.00 values; Sweeping-out price $1.48 ' BOYS' FOOTWEAR Odds and ends of Boys' Oxfords; values up to $3.50; Sweeplng-oul price ...08c Roys', Youths' and Little Gents' Oxfords end Shoes; all sizes and all leathers; values $2.50; Sweeping-out price .$1.48 MEN'S FOOTWEAR . $3.50 odds and ends of $4.00 Oxfords taken from our main floor; Sweeping- out price 93.48 '$5 Oxfords, all leathers; Sweeplng-out price ,. . . . .$3.98 Women's White Canvas Oxfords $1.48 These Oxfords come in all sizes, with full round toes and 1 Cuban heels. Values $2.50. . , Special Purchase Pingree-Made White; n I . I i r- p i T onoes, uxToras ana rumps, uiviaea Into Two Big Lots $2.48 $2.98 Values From $3.00 to S5".00 1 This is the first time these goods have been on sale or shown. They are all strictly new, up to date in button, blucher lace and pump effects; low. medium or Cuban heels. They come in white new nubuck, white canvas and white linen. I Full and com I plete line bath tin RrtSTONSHOF fO n shoes, w w w " INCORPORATED 25CtO$I.50 417-419 Fourth Ave , LoulsviUe, Ky. 25CtO$l.50 Full and com i plete line bath- i ing shoes, HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Pat Week Oeneral News Note. -Division 3 held a largely attended meeting Monday night, and all pres ent appreciated it he presence of State President Patrick J. Welsh. Division 1 meets next Tuesday night and not again till August f. There will be business ef InterssA to all members to be transacted, und therefore a large attendance Is looked for. The Ladies' Auxiliary meets Wednesday night at Falls "City Hall. There has been no relaxation la tibe work of ithese good women, who will hold a pleasant and interesting ses sion and review their success of the next six months. From present Indications there will be a record breaking crowd at Ihe moonlight excursion of the Hi bernian Social Club. The committees have done excellent work and noth ing that would add to the enjoyment of the occasion has been omitted. State President Welsh is an en thusiastic advocate of the study of Irish history In our schools. Monday night he made a strong appeal for encouragement In thia direction at the meeting of Division 3, and urged that body to offer prizes and lead in this laudable movement. The address of State President Welsh at the meeting of Division S Monday night created much en thusiasm. There la no more earnest member of the order In Kentucky than our State President. Every Hibernian Should heed his advice and aid him fn doubling their present strength. , RF.CEXT DEATHS. Most genuine sorrow hat been felt throughout Holy Cross parish for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thoben, 3605 West Broadway, caused by the death of their bright little daughter, Mary Jullanna, whose Innocent soul Joined the angelic hosts July 4. The funeral was held 8unday afternoon, Rev. father Brey conducting the sad obsequies, which were attended 'by many mourning friends. The passing away of Miss Norma Kline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kline, 221$ West Broad wy, takes from her home and from her circle of friends one beloved be yond the ordinary. She was twenty years old and succumbed to a compli cation of diseases, bearing her suffer ings with Christian fortitude and resignation. Her funeral waa held Tuesday morning from the Sacred Heart church, the Rr. Father Walsh being the celebrant of ithe mass of requiem and preaching a feeling ser mon In wnlch there was consolation for the bereaved parents and rela tive. Miss Kline la survived by three sUters and five brothers. mi:daf.s her reward. . Miss Reellne Delaney, a well known and popular young girl of this city, graduated from the Acad emy Notre Dame d Slon, at Mar shall, Me., at the close of the school year with high honors, and rereivot In reward for httr diligent study two fold medals. Her parents went to Marshall to witness the commence ment exerctdPi, and with them Miss Delanoy paid a visit to some friends residing in Kaunas City. They re turned to Louisvillo for the ijuth SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A.. O. 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. Sergeant-at-Arns Henry McDer mott, Sentinel John Keane. DIVISION a. , Meets First Thursday at St. Will lam's 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 ham. 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 slon, Jr. Treasurer Dan J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arms John J. East. Sentinel Thomas Noon. DIVISION 4. Meets 8econd and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Henneesy. 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. J. MeDermott. y. ax. i. MACKIN COUNCIL, SOS. Meets Monday Evenings at Club House, 844 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 IT. Klbbey. ' Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch. Marshal Fred Scholar. Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp. Outside Sentinel Frank E. Qrat- DALTONHORNE. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dulton, of 823 Wet eJfferson street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Rosa C. Dalton, to Edward 8. Home, of Cincinnati. The marriage will be soleuinlzt-d at 3 o'clock ou the afternoon of July 24 at St. Mary's church, Klghih street and Cedar avenue. The couple will take a trip In the Kant. Mlu Dulton la the daughter of Statlonkeeper John I'Hlton. of Central police station. The groom la an eWtrU'ul engineer and was (oruieily locatoil In Louisville. KMI.II1 S OF COLUMBUS. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere. Before long the membership will exceed 300,000. The total fund In charge of the Supreme officers is $4,500,000. The only colleger council In this country is that at Notre .Dame, Ind. Great preparations are being made for an initiation ai Marsh field, Ore., on July 20. District Deputy Larkln and a de gree team from Rome Initiated 106 candidates at Oswego, N. T. New Albany council entertained its friends with a most enjoyable dance Tuesday night at Glenwood Park. For having the largest family on the grounds at the Frankfort Fourth of July celebration H. F. Lutkemeler received the prize. The Fourth of July was a red let ter day for the Knights of Frank fcr.t, wiho entertained 'between 2,00f and 3,000) people at Glenwood Park. June 29 was a big day for the council at Fort Smith, Ark., when the sixth annual initiation brought into the order fifty-nine new mem bers. Among those who came here to attend the celebration at Central Park on (the Fourth were Dr. J. IW. O Connor, Miss Mary O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Peak, Messrs, Alex. Mattingjy, C. J. Richereon, D. M. Cooper and G rover Hagan, all of Elizabethtown. - ' Brewers and Bottlers LiOUISVILLrE. ICY. MONTH FOB REEDV. Attorney James Reedy la now act ing Prosecuting Attorney of the City Court, performing the duties of Harry Robinson, who -left' Wednes day to spend his month's vacation at Dawson Springs. PARISH PICNIC. Next Wednesday, at Phoenix Hill Park, St. Vincent de Paul's parist will give ita annual all-day picnic for the benefit of the new parochial school. Dinner and supper will be served, and In addition muslo, re freshments and various amusements have been amply provided for. Euchre and lotto will be played In the afternoon and at night, and an enjoyable time Is assured all friends of the parish who attend. COVINGTON. The Fourth of July will now mark an event of Interest In the history of St. Patrick's congregation. With quiet but impressive ceremony the cornertone of the new parochial school was laid on Friday of last week. Work will be pushed as rap Idly as possible to have the school ready for the opening of the school year next September. When com pleted It will be second to none of our Kentucky schools. ' OWENSBORO. A marriage of much Interest was solemnized with a nuptial mass Monday morning In St. Paul's rhurrh at Owensboro, when Mlsa Sadie May Brown became the bride of Joseph R. Oberat. A large gathering of friends witnessed the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Father Bonaventure. Both are prominent In Owensboro society cir cles and are widely known end respected. SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every one who has tried it. Telephone 452, SENN & ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY. INCORPORATED. WMJISVT1XR. JCti Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone I9IJ WIEDEMANN DfCOarOBATBD BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent ftatraf ORUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. FALLS CITY BREWING CO. (WCORPOaATBD) Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use. Ordev a Case for Your Home. TELEPHONES': Horns 7671-7672, Cumb. West 69. SALVATOR (Dark) LIFE SAVER (Light) JOHN E. FRANK WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVTLTC. TXT. NOW SOLD IN BOTTLES. OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY. Special Notice to Altar Societies We have on hand a large and ex clusive line of Altar. Alb and Sur r lice Laces. We have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month. If you are think ing of purchasing the above soon, It will par you to look over our stock at once. Judging from the past sales of these laces we know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display. We also carry a full line of materials and findings for making and repairing .vestments. Write for Samples. , ROGERS Church Goods Company 418 W. JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods T. F. DOLAN JOHN J. DWAN HOME PHONE CITY 2201 ' BUY A SAMPLE FROM DOLAN & CO. RETAIL DEALERS IN Leaf Tobacco Small qaaatitlea aold to eonaum re. ter poaad 20e. Shipped to all parte ol the Uaitod Statea. 1135 W. Market St.; Louisville, Ky. FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N. W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson H.B0SSEaS0N Funeral Directors and Embalmers. rilO lJSUK AVIVU1 TeUpbeae 1072. THE 2 FAVORITES ol LsnlsTllle's Particular Sootm TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cigar LITTLE A. J. ' 5c Cigar The cigars withont an equal la quaRty and flavor. Home-made Unloa-soad and the best-made for the money. For sale at all dispensers of smokers. T. W. TARPY CO. MAKERS SEVENTH ST.. NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging price from $73.00 to $200.00 ml which we can give at a bargaia. Before purchasing please give raa a call at our warerooms, JI8-J3S West Oreen St. . f New Muldoon Monwt Cs. C. B. THOMPSON PIORIST BTONI.Y ONE3 8TOIIK a Specialty. Designs. FOURTH AVBNUK Both Tlaba Rosebuds Floral 632 - AU erdeis receive irnnipt erf Ilea aad tatUfactloa mieraatMd. A Delightful Sxncllc PHONB CITY 3110 POSt CLKOPATltA GOMUOlJa W A. Im DOMECI 225 S. Clay Stroot.