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vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv noMcrnoNBSs J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.. 822 Bnst IVItiin Street. i and Embalmer. -t I Y f Z Gran W. Smith's Son; I AL SMITH, i Funeral Director Carriage Furnished for All 809 W. JEFFERSON STREET, i DOUGHERTY 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Funeral Directors BOTH IIIQIVI. Climb. Main 299S- OLD FORTUNA rvBOURBGN THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. IHOOarORATID -WINE MERCHANTS- DISTILLERS- FIND WINKS AL. KOLB, 323 West Green Street. i t LIQUOHS DR. J. T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Ttkskssss-Ciss., S. 299a. issm, City 2398. 0 '' r. bmJsVNbMi BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY. ( IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield. IIv. if- 11 th. lata aad a.w 8tvle and Shapes eaa be fouad b.r. at reasonable prices. Call and oa HERRAUNN BROS. mroaraai FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers aad Wholesale IHal n la Finest Biaads of K.a -tacky Whiskies, especially Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. TtitakMs si4 iiitm i nun. CUMBERLAND THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director TELEPHONE CITY 365. 1221 WEST MARKET ST. t Proprietor. and Embalmer i Occasion on Short Notice. TELEPHONE 810. f & McELLIOTT and Embalmers I Dome City 2908 X IMPORTERS CHAMPAGNES A CIGARS BEDDING PLANTS, Geraniums, Roses, Heleotrope, Etc. (Cemetery Work a specialty) REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S. FOURTH AVE. Both Pbinea 323. Wv. yea k7i aa Mmn ana will piVa Uua fa lit. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEQfc lis W. Btm4w7, WkUvUU, E. CeaaueUd kr th. Xavertaa Bratk.ra ClaMtoaL BalaoliSa &iid UmIhw CouraM, Preparatory DprtiBatL Urn wlniulnf hvoL W.U Sq ui Oruu- Si Twaui aiar' aw. Jum Int. (JIIK1T r;tK8T oomkh.' While, the cobbler mused . there paseed his pane a bp gar drenched by (he driving ntln; he called htm In f-om the stormy street and iravs him shoes for hJi bruised feot. The beg gar went, and there came a crone, her face with wrinkle, of sorrow own, a bundle of fa(t not. bowed hr I back, and she was apent wit the wrencn ana rack. He (rare ner nis loaf and steadied her load ai the took nis ooor came nine cnnu, umi mua afraid In tbe world to wild. Catch Inn It tip, he gave the milk In the waiting cnp, and led It home to Its notiher's arms, out of the reach of the world's alarms. Tbe day wen flown In the crimson west, and with It tbe ope of the blessed Guest; and Conrad sighed as the world turned gray: "Why la It, Lord, that your feet delay? Did you forget that this was tbe day!" Then soft, In the silence a Tolce was heard: "Uft up your Jieart, for I kept my word. Three times I came to your friendly door: three times my shadow was on your floor; I was the beggar with bruised fret; I was the woman you gave to eat; I was the child on the homeless street." Edwin Markham. AFTER THE SPEEDERS. The police have been doing e cellent work this week In capturing the reckless speeders who Ignore the law and endanger Ufa. And It Is gratifying to sea Judge Boldrlck Im pose the limit on all who are caught BECOMES CONVENT. Contractors have been busy re pairing and putting In shape the former Courf Mouse of the city of Pembina, N. D., which will be opened as a convent school this month by the missionary Oblate Nuns. The place will be Incorpor ated under the name of "The Acad emy of Mary Immaculate." The property has been purchased by the citizens and Commercial Club of Pembina and donated to the Oblate Sisters. OPENED BY BISHOP. Right Rev. Bishop Schrembs pro- ounced tbe Invocation at the open ing of the Central States Printers' Exposition and convention held this week at Toledo. The first session was held Tuesday morning, when the Bishop faced the largest gather ing of printers and publishers and representatives of other branches of the graphic arts ever assembled In this country. UNDERGOES OPERATION. The Right Rev. J. A. Duffy, Bishop of Kearney, Neb., suffered an attack of appendicitis and last week underwent an operation at St. Jo seph's Hospital In Denver. The operation was successful and every thing seems favorable for an early recovery of the Bishop, a fac"t which his many friends were pleased to learn. EVANSVILLE. The cornerstone of the new Church of St. Benedict at Evansvtlle was laid Sunday, with - Impressive ceremonies. The sermon was deliv ered by the Rev. Father Basil, of Jasper, Ind. The Knights of Colum bus took part In the exercises. The new church will cost more than 140,000. THEIR SAFETY VALVE. Father McDonald, who la a Chap lain In the navy, said the navy is now 85 to 90 per cent, temperate, "we have," he said, "by actual enumera tion 12 per cent, total abstainers and 85 per cent, temperate men. The old days are passing and men do not return to the ship drunk. There are men In the navy who go ashore, take a glass of beer and then go their way. . They will take e pledge against whisky, but want their beer aa a safety valve." COUNTS FOR WOMEN. Sweetness, daintiness and cleanli ness are qualities which every woman should possess, and they are qualities that gather to us all the best things of life friendship, af fection, self-respect, ambition and happiness. Without them one Is scarcely a woman certainly not a live One, but just a human Indi vidual who chances to be passing through tbe vale of smiles and who la not taking any notes on the way. FIGURES THAT STARTLE. During the last three months the total damage - done to property In England by the militant, suffrage has exceeded 15,000,000. It Is estimated the suffrage campaign la now costing England 125,000,000 a year. MIRACLES AT LOURDES. Italian pilgrims who have re turned from Lourdes tell of nineteen miraculous eures wrought at the famous Shrine. Several of them were certified to by Italian doctors at the Bureau dea Conatatatloni. KILLARNEY HOUSE DESTROYED. The Earl of Ken mare's fine seat, Klllarney House, Klllarney, County Kerry, was destroyed by fire Sunday. It was built thirty years ago at a coat of 11,000.000, and was one of tbe most noted In Ireland. CARDINAL ON VACATION. Accocpanled by Bishop O'Connell, of Richmond, Cardinal Gibbons has been spending a two weeks' vacation at Spring Lake, N. J. MENACE BARRED. The officials of the Wisconsin Veterans' Home have removed the Menace from the flies of the Home library. SPICE CAKE. One cup granulated sugar, one-half run butter, one-balf run milk, two runs flour, two and one-foalf eggs, one bcanlna teaspoon baking pow der, one-half teaspoon each of eta- SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A.. O. It. DIVISION 1. Meets at Falls' City Hall on First . and Third Tuesdays. President Thomas W. Tarpy. Vice President Daniel McCarthy. Recording Secretary Walter Cn- Ick. Financial Secretary Joseph Far Mi!. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Bergeant-at-Aros Henry McDer- inott. Sentinel John Ksane. DIVISION 2. 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. Flmnclal Secretary John T. Keaney. Treasurer James Welsh. 8ergeant-t-Arms J. Cunning ham. Sentinel Thomas Hannon. DIVISION 8. 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 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 elL Sentinel M. J. McDermott. Far- Y. M. I. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Meets Monday Evenings ' at Chib 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 Klbbey. Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch. Marshal Fred Schuler. Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp. Outside Sentinel Frank E. Grat- CENTRAL FURNITURE GO. Incorporated N. W. Cor. Third and Oreeo Sta. ' We furnish the home com plate oa easy payment!. WM. CALLAOHAN. Mgr. Sales Beat. namon and cloves and a little nut meg. Break eggs In batter after flour has been put In. ' HINTS ON STYLE. Hats will remain small and medium for fall. , The attempt to launch high oolors In millinery has not met with any great success. The French variation of the lingerie dress lace tunic and black satin skirt is seen dally. A current red serge, trimmed with dark bine satin at the cuffa and revers, Is chic and becoming. The all tulle hat of black Is quite the thing, the transparent crown leaving the coiffure plainly to be seen. The dividing line between tunlo and skirt drapery Is so dim that one can scarce distinguish the one from tbe other. The vest effect must be a feature of the new neckwear. It baa been accepted by fashion as a touoh worth while. Very popular Is tlhe normal waist line, with the broad sash, which sug gests the upper line of a high attach ment. Mallne is more used than ever, and there Is scarcely a gown without the plaited frills of ruffle of this soft material. To outline the natural lines of tbe head, special attention Is paid to bandeaux. They are Jeweled and barbaric DUTCH STORY. A Dutchman was going to erosi a bridge. He was riding In a little cart drawn by a goat. The toll man came out and said: "Here, you've got to pay toll before you can pass this bridge." "What, to pay toll?" "Yes, five cents to cross this bridge." ' Alter an argument tbe Dutchman paid the five cents and went on. In the afternoon he came back again, only this time be had the goat sitting on the seat, and he was dragging the cart himself. Out came tbe toll man and said: Here, you know you've got to pay flv. cents." Th. Dutchman shook his head, and pointing to th. goat, aald: 'Don't talk to me ask the driver." BERWICK SPONGE CAKE. Three eggs, one and a half cups sugar, half cup water, two cups flour, one teaspon cream of tartar, half teaspoon soda, lemon extract. Beat eggs separately, add sugar. water, leoion extract, yolks of eggs, tnen flour sifted with soda and cream of tartar and whipped whites. Make In a loaf. CROAGH PATRICK. Where the Atlantic laves the Irish coast at one of Its westernmost points nestles Clew Bay with Us myriad lutes. Thereabouts the renowned Graoe O Malley (Gralnne Nl Mhallle, noe name is so orten vilely ror rupted to Granualle), once made his tory, and In one of those Isles over ahlrh, In reality If not In name, she once ruled aa Queen, all that was mortal of her now reposes. But long before Gralnne appeared on the world s stage and began ber romantic If somewhat stormy career, there were thoae who made hlatory on the margin of Clew Bay. One there was In particular. Near at hand there towers above the bay a bare, solitary, lofty mountain. It rlnes eheer from the plain. It Is Iso lated an dls more or less conical In shape. Hence Its name. In far dis tant days It bore another name, but for many ages pant It has been known as Croagh Patrick; locally It Is often referred to as "the Crnach." Since the fifth reittury history and legend have associated Croagh Pat r'.ck with Ireland's apostle. On Its bare and lofty summit did he per form his celebrated fast of forty days and forty nights. There did he en cage in long and earnest prayer, There did he struggle with the powers of darkness. There did the angel appear to him. There, as Immemorial tradition has It, did he ask and per sits In asking until his prayer was granted, that the faith of the race whom he had won for Christ should never fail. For ages after Patrick had passed from earth to heaven, there to make ceaseless Intercession for tbe race of hla predilection, the crest of Croagh Patrick continued to be a place of pilgrimage. So Indeed It remained almost to our own day. Fallen Into abeyance for some time, the annual pilgrimage was resumed ten years ago. Since then it has year ty year grown In popularity and dimensions. This year's pilgrimage, which took place Sunday, July 27, seems to have eclipsed all Its predecessors. The summit of Croagh Patrick Is now crowned by an oratory .wnicn serves for the religious exercises of the annual pilgrimage. In this tiny oratory on the day of the recent pll grlmage the Adorable Sacrifice was Incessantly offered almost from dawn to midday. The celebrants of these masses came not only from all parts of Ireland, but from places as far apart aa Canada, Texas, Ohio, Ma eachusettg and Africa. The crowd of pilgrims that ascended the mountain during the forenoon was enormous. In the language In which Patrick r-reached Father Augustine, of the Capuchins, delivered a powerful ser mon to tohse assembled. Later Dr. McCarthy, professor of ecclesiastical Mstory in Maynooth College, deliv ered an eloquent sermon In English. Verily Is Croagh Patrick a holy mountain. It symbolizes some of the rarest and most cherished traditions of the Irish church. The resumption In these our days of the great annal pilgrimage to the site of Patrick's fasting and of his wrestling for the perpetuity of the faith of the Gael, mi Its continued and ever increasing success, bear eloquent testimony to the vitality and fervor of Irish faith; and are a happy augury for its future. No small tning tnis in an age wnen in so many lands religious lndiffen entlsm Is so markedly on the Increase and tbe faith once delivered to the saints lias grown so cold. May toe pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick and the faith of which It is so eloquent an ex pression endure unto tbe consumma tion of thingsr LABOR DAY MEANING. The first Monday In September, generally known cfe Labor day, marked another milestone In tbe roadway of what has become one of tbe most important phases of our national life. To countless numbers the day has no other meaning than one of rest, recreation and pleasure; but to those to whom the credit must be given of having this day In tbe year dedicated to the cause of labor, a greater BlKnlfloanoe Is attached to It. To the tollers It means more than tbe marching of mdghty hosts of workers and the plaudits of admiring friends. To them It is a commemora tion of deeds executed both in the past and present In the Interest of humanity; to them It Is a Just and proper recognition of the dignity end honor of labor by a greatful na tion, a tribute to those who ' have made this the greatest nation under tbe sun. But greater far than the exhibition of tbe nation's ack nowledgement of labor's worth la the benefits that the day was Intended to bring to those to whom the day was dedicated, tor no person can wit ness' tbe celebration of such a day without having a more exalted Idea of American citizenship and more In tense feeling of patriotism and love of country such as ours with such a heterogeneous population the Instill ing of these sentiments means the very life oi tbe nation Itself. JUST CHOICE LIAR. "The great menace, to country is the Influence of this the Roman Catholic church In the direc tion of wiping out civil liberty." Thus saith a distinguished Guardian of Liberty. Will the gentleman name Just one Instance where the church has Interfered with civil liberty in this country. Here the church Is free. She has no en tangling alliances with the State. She desires so to remain. The great Guardian can not prove what he says. Necessarily It follows that be Is none else than a choice liar that's all. QUICK HOT SAUCE. One peck of ripe tomatoes, chopped fine and well drained, . two cups chopped celery, two cups chopped onions, one-half cup white mustard SMd, two cops granulated sugar, 'jur each of small red and green peppers, using the seeds from one of each; one-half cup salt, and six cups vinegar. Mix together cold and pack in Jars. It will be ready to eat In two days. This Is easily made because it requires no cooking. WILL BK LEFT. Ths man who expects to get to heaven simply because ha calls slmself a Christian should begin to practice shoveling coal. FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED mji cwci 5 ami mmiers LOUISVILLE. ICY, SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every one who has tried it. Telephone 452, SENN & ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY. INCORPORATED, rOUISVILI.K. Cumb. Phone West 191 WIEDEMANN CfCOarOKATBD BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flavef jK.jLbrt a ucuscK, tmiDCn nntlpn FALLS CITY (incorporated) . Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Are Brewing and Bottling Beer a Case for TELEPHONES: Horns SALVATOR (Dark) JOHN K. WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery 508, 510 and 512 TELEPHONE 209 IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING. - JOHN F. OERTEL CO. INCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859. :FOR: A LITTLE DIFFERENT AND A LITTLE BETTER Furnitruc For Leas Money go to WM. F. MAYER, 413 W. MARKET ST. Special Notice to Altar Societies Ws have on band a largs and ex clusive lint of Altar, Alb and Bur sites Laces. Ws have determined to place a special discount on tbess goods this month. If you are think ing of purchasing ths above soon, it will pay you to look over our stock at ones. Judging from the past salea of thtse laces ws know you will be mors than satisfied with our nice display. Ws also carry a full Una of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments. Writs for Samples. ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO. 418 W. JEEFERSONST. Oidett Kentucky Home of Church Goods FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson HsDOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. AVUNUB TeUpaese ml. BREWING CO. -i n . ,i Home Phone 19IJ managers, uuuisviuc, ivy. m ... BREWING CO. Especially for Family Use. Ords Your Home. 7671 - 7672, Cumb. West 69. LIFE SAVER (Light) FRANK CLAY STREET. L,OUISVIL,L,K. ST. FOR HOME USE LOUISVILLE. KY. THE 2 FAVORITES of Leolsvllle's Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Clear LITTLE A. J. .5c Cigar The cigars without an equal hi qnaBt and flavor. Home-mads Unloa-saxW and the best-made for tbo money. Far sals at all dispensers of smokers. T. W. TARPY CO. MAKIKB SEVENTH ST.. NEAR MARKET WONUJENTS Wc have Just received five car loads of Monuments ranging: price from $75.00 to $200.00 aad which we can give at a hargalau Before purchasing please give as a call at our warcrooms, 3I8-J39 West Oreen St. New Muldoon Monument Ca. C. B. THOMPSON F1VORIST qTONLjY one stohb Rosebuds a Specialty. Floral Designs. 633 FOURTH AVENDB, Bb T.UfkHM ISM. AH orders receive prompt aMaotiaa .d satl.fsctloa ffaarastMri. A Delightful Smollc phonb city taio rem. CLEOPATRA 10 GONDOLA S I W K 1 111 825 8. Clay Htnmt.