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if vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv home rnoisE ss J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. ISnnt JVXtilix Street. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv 44 n r Gran W. Smith's Son; AL SMITH, Proprietor. t Funeral Director and Embalmer i; Carriage Furnished for All Occasions oa Short Notice. 809 W. JEFFERSON STREET. !i TELEPHONE 810. r Hum I DOUGHERTY & McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, ii , 'it ii Funeral Directors and Embalmersii i BOTH P1IONQ8. ! Cumb. Main 299S-. Ilom. City 2098 ! ! Ill It H OLD FORTUNA rBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO. IHOOXPOR1TID DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS, IMPORTERS I I I II 1 1 1 1 1 FINK WINES AL. KOLB, , 323 West Green Street. LIQUORS )44eaeSSaSae6.;K" DR. J. At V BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY. IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ifaj. All the late aad aew Stylet and Shape eaa be found her. at reasonable prices. Call aad tee oi HERRMANN BROS. mroBTaaa - FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Peel ers In Placet Biaada of Kea tacky Whtakle, especially Pearl of Nelson, ROTTLBD IN BONO. TMese 1141. t!4 IIXIK ITUfT. VWVWW ; ND123 CUMBERLAND THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer. TELEPHONE CITY 365. 1221 WEST MARKET ST. IMMtli CHAMPAGNES I CIOARS nm i rM ii i T. CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary. 713-715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TilepAoau-CMfl.. J. 21)1. Heal, City 2399. BEDDING PLANTS, Geraniums, Roses, Heleotrope, Etc. (Cemetery Work a specialty) REASONABLE PRICE! JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S. FOURTH AVE. Both PbJnee 223. Ive yea here aa eeloa taa will pa. taua to Mie. ST. XAVIER'5 COLLEGE 111 W. Br4wa, MoalertUe, Ky. Coa4.U4 kr tb. Xavartea Brethwa, ClaMll, aotaaiiAe ud ViiI.ih C'uutMS, rrprtrr PawliMtL Lu ( Bwlmtluf ft'eol. WU auulp.4 Orii4 aa Teraae atvaarabe, Sue. J. i.e. Int. HIBERNIANS. What They Hava Been Doing the Pat Week Oeneral Newt Notea. Members of Ladles' Auilllary 8 of Syracuse are conducting- a member ship contest for a prize of $5 In rold. Tim New Hampshire State Boaxl met Saturday a Msncheer. Reports from over the State were very satls foctory. New Hampshire was the final State to pay the third Installment of the ,er capita assessment to National Sec retary Sullivan. Division 4 has now a promising social club. Give the young ron hearty support and the results will be most 'gratifying. Member of the order will regret to learn that Thomas Lawler, of Division 1, Is still on the sick list and confined to hi home. The Hibernians and Ladies' Aux iliary f lows are analn offering; two teluable scholarships for proficiency In the knowledge of Irish history. Many divisions throughout the country are arranging for open meet Ings, through which It 1 expected to greatly Increase their membership, The Minnesota Ladles' Auxiliary Insurance order ha nearly $100,000 In the death fund. Over 1,000 mem- ber were added during the past year. ' Ladles' Auxiliary 1 of Indlanapolli held an Interesting open meeting Wednesday night. Many not mem bers were present and enjoyed the programme. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Duluth, Minn., has Inaugurated a spirited membership contest, the winning side to be given a banquet at the close ot the year. Division 4 meet Monday night and will be visited by County Presi dent Connelly. All members are urged to be present, a. the session will be an Interesting one. At Ktlmanock, Scotland, last week the Hibernians held a great Catholic reunion, attended by delegates froti all part of the country. Many brought new banner with them and also pipers. , Kentucky must not be behind when its report Is made at the close of this year. Every member should secure at least one candidate, and thus put the State in the front rank at the Norfolk convention. With visitors present from all the unrounding towns, Ladles' Auxiliary 11 of Utlca, N. Y., had a delightful celebration of Its tenth, anniversary in St. Patrick's Hall last week. Among the guests were many county officers. The Hibernian of Manchester, N. H., will assist the Knights of Colum bus in the observance of Columbus day. They will have a great parade, and the memory of the great discov erer will be honored as never before In New Hampshire. Everywhere the membership la Increasing, and it behoove Louis ville and Kentucky to get busy. The season has arrived when, active work can be done, and with a united effort the number In the Ancient Order can "be doubled be fore next St. Patrick's day. INVENTED MUSIC NOTATION. How few of those who In this age are devoted to music and regard It as largely a modern accomplish ment, ever give a thought to the fact that to a monk of-the Benedic tine order they owe the syetem of notation which obtain to this day. Guido Aritino, a native of Arezzo, was born in the tenth century, and In early manhood entered a' Benedic tine monastery, where his remark able genius for musical composition was cultivated and developed. The old system of learning music was extremely crude and tedious and re quired years of patient study. Guido, w. are told, undertook to simplify the problem, and evolved from his own brain the system which, after a lapse ot 900 yean, still holds sway. HI piety la manifested in his selec tion of the first syllable of a Latin hymn to St. John a name for the note, viz., do, re, me, etc. It should aUo be recalled that to the patron age of a Pope, John XVIII., the world owe it that Guido' system came into general ubo, and thla dur ing it author' lifetime. Guido waa Invited to Rome, and every facility and encouragement given him in perfecting it. "The gamut," says a modern writer, "was Guldo's inven tion, and from the Vatican resound ed the first chant ot classic melody. reduced to a popular atudy by the genlous of the humble Benedictine." HELPS THE STATE. Eleven new parochial schools were opened- in Greater New York this term. The attendance of pupil show an increase of 12,000 over last year. Then 140,000 were reg istered. This year the registration ha already reached 152,000. REUNION AND JUBILEE. The alumni ot St. Mary' Semi nary, near Cincinnati, will hold a reunion banquet and celebrate .the golden jubilee of Mgr. J. B. Murray on Thanksgiving day, November 27. Five Bishops will deliver addressee. NOT SO BAD. A news item In a Protestant con temporary reads: "The Catholic are rapidly adding high schools to their Iarouhlal school systems, New York being the latest. Its Catholic High School will coat $500,00.0." Not so bad for a church that is supposed to bo an enemy of education eh? Sacred Heart Review. BOSTON CATHOLIC CENTER. A hundred year ago the "Hub" ot the universe had but on. priest, on church and a little handful ot Cath olic who cam from distance that are now covered by on. archdiocese a Cardlnalat aeat and seven suffragan ee. In the diocese ot Boston alone ther. ar. til priest. It is the most Catholic city In these United State. Sixty-five per eent. of th. inhabitant of thla great cen ter, with It 100,000 population, ar member ot tb Catholic church. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A.. O. It. DIVISION 1. Meet at Fall' City Hall on First and Third Tuesday. Pre.Id.nt Thomas W. Tarpy. Vic. President' Daniel McCarthy. Recording Secretary Walter Cu Ick. Financial Secretary Joseph Far- rell. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Sergeant-at-Arn Henry McDer- mott. Sentinel John Keao. . DIVISION 2. Meet First Thursday at St. Will lam' Hall, Thirteenth and Oak. President C. J. Ford. Vic. President J. J. Sullivan. Recording Secretary Daniel O'Keefe. Financial Secretary John T, Keaney. Treasurer Jame Welsh. Sergeant-at-Arm J. Cunning ham. Sentinel Thomas Hannon. DIVISION 8. ' Meets First and Third Monday, Nineteenth and Portland, President Hugh Honrigan. Vice President John M. Maloney. Recording Secretary John ' P. Price. Financial Secretary John J. He- Ion, Jr. Treasurer Dan J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-Arm a John J. East. Sentinel Thomas Noon. - DIVISION 4. Meet Second and Fourth Monday, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. -Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomaa J. jangan. Recording Secretary John J. arry. Treasurer Patrick Conley. Sergeant-at-Arm Thomas U. Sentinel If. J. McDermotU Far- "V. 21. I. MACK1N COUNCIL, 205. Meet Monday Evening at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. President Frank O. Adam. Flrt Vic President Geo. Thorn ton. Second Vice President John. J. Lynn. Financial Secretary A. C. Link. Recording Secretary John R, Barry. Corresponding Secretary Harry JT. Klbbey. Treasurer Sebastian Huonucn. Marshal Fred Schnler. Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp. Outside 8entlnel Frank E. Grat er M. REICH ERT FOR CLOTH, GLASS OR ANY K'ND CF ..SIGNS.. Artistic Decorations, ' Etc. Call Home Phone, City 2905 tan CENTRAL FURNITURE CO. Incorporated . N. W. Cor. Third and Oreee ?. W furnish tb home com plete oa easy payments WM. CALLA0HAN, Mir. Sue Deal. 50,000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN am now reading the Child Ados tie. It I a monthly magazine ot twenty four page of stories, pictures, etc., Just for tb. children. It cost, only twenty-five cents a year. Isn't your boy or girl worth having a little magazine all their own 7 Sena twenty-five cent in coin or stamp for a year subscription, or ask for a sample copy. Address: THE CHILD APOSTLE, 1188 McCormick Bldg., Chicago, 111. Catholic hold positions of promin ence In the State, in educational circles and in business activities. It is hardly necessary to mention the name of it loyal Catholic Mayor, the Hon. John F. Fitzgerald. TOR WOMAN'S EYE. Much wool embroidery 1 used en the new fall costume. There are many scarf trimmed hat among the new model. Printed allk are a favorite ma terial for afternoon costume. The newest draped skirt are raised short in front and widen In folds toward tb hip. Lace used as Inside rever is a feminine touch which has been given to some waistcoat. The plainest of wash frock is given an air of dressiness by a frill around th. neck or outlining the opening of the blouse from throat to belt. Blouse with drop shoulder are cut out from a single breadth of wide material and form th upper part ot some ot the smart one-piece gown. Fashion seem to have swung around again to the separate Jacket and separate skirts, and the selection ot contrasting color must be harmonious. For the young girl there are smart little frocks of serge, chiffon, broadcloth, charmeuie and wool brocade. Some of them have quaint little Eton Jacket, opening over vest of softly gathered net or chiffon. DONT DI VOUCH THEM. Education and religion should never be divorced. Take awsy re ligion and education can not be complete. ' IRELAND. Record of the Most Important of th. Recent Events Culled From Exchange. The death Is much regretted of Thoma Doogan, a prosperous mer chant of Portadown. The New Rons Oaellc League has made a valuable presentation to Treasurer J. Hearne on the occasion of his marriage. Cardinal Logue blessed and laid the foundation stone of the new Catholic church to be erected at Pomeroy, County Tyrdne. The Naas Sub-Committee of Tech nical Instruction has recommended the appointment of Miss Agnes M. A ffanly, of Dublin, as teacher of French In Naas Technical School. P. O'Toole, who has been store keeper of Galway Workhouse for twelve years, was elected Master by thirty-ones votes to twenty-nine given fcr L. Lardlner In the final poll. FatrlcK Brett, or Charleston, was bathing at Ennlserone, and while resting on the pier after leaving the water he fell dead. He 'had been spending his holidays at the seaside. While cleaning the spout at the Croom mill. County Limerick, P. O'Leary, of Meelln, was ' caught In the machinery and was almost In stantly killed, his body being fear fully mangled. The Meath County Council has unanimously elected Michael Dunne, Carlanstown, as rate collector in Kells district. Patrick Rellly, who had resigned, was granted superan nuation allowance. The Duke of Abercorn ha In timated to the StVabane Urban Coun cil his willingness to purchase Strabane Glen from hi own trus tees and hand it over to the Council to be used as a people' park. Glengariff 1 threatened with a water .famine, and the Rev. W. O'Connor attended a meeting of the Bantry Rural District Council to point out the danger to health by want of a proper water supply. The Most Rev. Dr. Naughton, Bishop of Killala, has transferred Ftev. P. J. Giblin, Clerical Examiner, from Kilmore-Errls to Aughoos. Deep regTet Is felt at Father GIblln's de parture, as he was extremely popular with bis parishioners. Workmen engaged in erecting a new store at the bakery premises of Arthur McCann, in Newry, while. ex cavating for foundations, unearthed a great number of human bones. On the site there formerly stood a Cistercian Abbey founded In 1157. A meeting attended by three bands and delegates from Nenagh, Sllvermlnes, Borrisokane, Clougn (oradn and Toomevara was held rt Kilruane to, protest against the eviction of a widow named Behan and her son from a house the fam ily had occupied x for close on a century. On the motion of Councillor Byrne, a resolution was adopted at a meet ing of the Dublin Corporation re questing the Town Clerk to cdm cunlcate to the governing body of N'ount Jerome cemetery the willing ness of the Council to provide a suitable site (indoor) . for tha Thomas Davis statue, now practically hidden from the view of the genera' publVi in the mortuary chapel of Mount Jerome, and that the commit tee be requested to band the statue over to the Municipal Council to be erected in the Rotunda of the City Kail or some other suitable site open to the public. WRITE HOME. When the son or daughter leaves home one thing they should never neglect, -one thing there is with which no duty or pleasure should Interfere. Jt Is the letter to mother. It Is not enough that they send a postal card: "Very busy. Will write soon." Mother's letter should be a budget of dally, even hourly hap penings. It should be as far as possible a reflection of every thought and action in the new surroundings. Mother's box of letters! t What a treasure house of love! How she guards It! How she dream over It and cries over It! It is hard for a mother to let her child leave the home nest, so critical a moment It is In the latter' life. They should strive to make the wrench leas cruel. There are hours at home after they are gone that are happy or dismal according to whether they have been faithful or careless in mother thought. Never delay writing the letter home. It 1 the call supreme. Do all that you can to please your beloved and devoted mother. .None will ever be so appreciative, so sympathetic, so forgiving, so under standing. No heart will ever beat more true. WIDE OPEN SECRECY. Every Catholic church 1i wide open utarly twenty hours out of the twenty-four, there 1 not a priest any where who will not gladly explain Catholic dogma and doctrine at al most any time, and still tb Bom bastes Furlosoa of bigotry condemn the church for her "secrecy and dark a ays." Union and Times. i PEACH PUDDING. Mix' together two cupfuls of flour, two and one-half teaspoonful of baking powder, half a teaapoonful ot salt and one-third cupful of sugar. Rub through a sieve and add two third cupful of milk, on well beaten egg and three tablespoonfuls of soft lard. Spread this in a shal low greased cake tin. Cover the top of the dough with canned peaches, sprinkle with sugar aad bake in a moderate over for half n hour. Serve with cream, and sugar, or egg sauce. SWEET SANDWICIIEH. Bake banana la their skins until tender. Strip skin off and sprinkle with a few drops of lemon and orange Juice. Add also a sprinkling of sugar, mash and spread on thinly cut bread and butter. Before put ting together as sandwichtts, cover the mauhed banana with grated pineapple. FRANK FEiiR INCORPORATED mm Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. KY. SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure. Approved by every one who has tried it. Telephone 452, SENN 6c ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY. INCORPORATED. . LOITISVILLE. KTJ Cumb. Phone West 191 WIEDEMANN BfcoaroaATKD BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent flaret GRUBER & DEUSER, FALLS CITY (incorporatid) Broadway and Thirty-First Street. Are Brewing: and Bottling- Beer a Case for Your Home. TELEPHONES: Hem 7671-7672, Cumb. West 69. SALVATOR (Dark) JOHN E. WALTERS' ri o. a 'uu 508, 510 and 512 TELEPHONE 209 IN BOTTLES OERTEL BREW SATISFIES THAT LONGING. JOHN F. OERTEL CO. IXCORPOBATED - PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY. :FOR: A LITTLE DIFFERENT AND A LITTLE BETTER Furniture For Less Money go to WM. f. MAYER, 413 W. MARKET ST. Special Notice to Altar Societies Ws hare on hand a larce and ex oluslve line of Altar. Alb and Bur plico Lace. We have determined to place a special discount on the good this month. It you ar think ing ot purchasing th abore Don, It will pay you to look over our stock at once. Judging from the past sales of these laces w know yon will be more than aatlafled with our nice display. We also carry a full line ot material and finding for making and repairing vestments. Writ for Sample.. ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO. 418 W. JEEFERSON ST. Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods FRED ERHART ARCHITECT, NORTON BUILDING N.W. Corner Fourth and Jefferson HeBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Teleehee BREWING CO. Home Phone IU Managers, Louisville, K. BREWING CO. Especially for Family Use. Ortfef LIFE SAVER (Light) FRANK . t " srma'uarua CLAY STREET. LOUISVILLE. ET. FOR HOME USE CREAM BEER THE 2 FAVORITES ot Loolsvllle's Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cigar' LITTLE A. J. 5c Cigar The cigar without an equal rn quality and flavor. Home-made Unloa-mad and the best-made for th money. For lal at all dispensers of smokers. T. W. TARPY CO. MAKERS SEVENTH ST.. NEAR MARKET MONUMENTS We bave just received five car loads of Monuments ranging price from $75.00 to S 200. 00 mmd which we can give at a bargala. Before purchasing please give as a call at our warerooms, 318-42 West dreen St. New Muldoon Monument Ct. C.B.THOMPSON WONLY ONE STOKE Rosebuds a Specialty. Floral Designs. 632 FOURTH AVENDK. atb Teleefceeee lose. AU erdeis receive prompt atUatWa sad tatUfactloa guaranteed. A Delightful SmoUs PHONB CITY 1)10 FOR CLEOPATRA lOa GONDOLA JV A Ii. DOMEOir. X33 . Clay NItm.