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ttMttt4 For Your Furniture Wants Men's, Women's, f Emir ralk For Toytowm Children's Holiday I WANT YOUR TIRADE. My stocks are the largest, any prices the lowest, and my terms the best 1 SLIPPERS! EVERYTHING JAMES GREENE In Attractive Holiday Boxes. Shopping made easy by use of our certificate. Write or call for one. 425, 427 and 429 East Market Street THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS TO BE FOUND. COMFY' SLIPPERS AL.I CONORS Men' $1 00 to $1.75. Ladies' $1.00 to $1.50. Children' $ 1 .00 and $ 1 .25. Men's and Women's Slippers .50c to $3.50. Boys' Slippers 50c to $1.50. In felt and leather. n SHOE CO. INCORPORATED , 417-419 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky. TRY A GALLON OF OUR FAMOUS ' AMILY CREAM Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate, Orange, Pineapple and Other Flavors. EVERYTHING SANITARY. $1.00 PER GALLON HOME PHONE SHAWNEE 2198 THE LOUISVILLE DAINTY COMPANY EIGHTEENTH AND BROADWAY. "FOR GOODNESS SAKE" EAT MOTHERS' BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South. 1 An ADD?0Driate Xmas Gift For AH . IN Religious Goods Statues, Prayer Books. Gold Chain Rosaries, Crucifixes, Pictures, Books, Sick Call Outfits GEO. P OSTERHOLT & CO. 1707 West Market Street , Picture Frames Made to Order. - Home Phone City 8548 V ..... A GANDl(E)D REQUEST We respectfnlly request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as pos sible and avoid he rush of the last few days. RUDOLPW& BAUERr! 230 West Market. V V CANDY MAKERS . 219 West Jefferson. NOW IS BETTER THANJ WHEN GAS STOVES Sold now can beconnected now, but when bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we can get to your particular order. LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY. TO PLEASE EVERYBODY. TOYS BY THE THOUSANDS After months of preparation, we announce ready with every thing new and novel in the world of Toys. NEW DOLLS, NEW GAMES, NEW BOOKS, NEW MECHANICAL TOYS-in fact, everything to please. Make your selection while stocks are new. HERMAN STRAUS SONS (J row AveNue MARKET STRICT HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Pt Week General News Notes. DO YOU NEED MONEY? SEEPOOIjEY CONFIDENTIAL LOANS YOUR NOTE OR FURNITURE p POOLEY oom Courier Journal Bid;. 415 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE. Division 4'a election was certainly a hummer. Monday night Division 3 will meet and bid farewell to 1913. Division 1 will hold lta last meet ing ot the year Tuesday night. Division 4 again electa their old atandbys Hennessy and Lynch. Masses for .Divisions 1 and 3 were celebrated last week at Nashua, N. H. New Hampshire divlsons thus far heard from favor the insurance plan. Tim Lyons' story of early "Hiber nian struggles proves mighty Inter esting at gatherings. The Ladies' Auxiliary meets Wednesday night and a large at tendance Is looked for. Hustling John Price and Smiling Johnny Hession will again be Secre taries for Division 3 In 1914. (New York State favors the new Insurance plan. The National Board will soon announce the result. Divison 1 of Concord, N. H., is ar ranging a big reception for Rev. Father Tlmon on December 29. The Emerald Hibernian Social Clob will give the next of their series of dances on January 7. ' Louisville divisons should soon vote on the Insurance proposition submitted by the National Board. A new division with over 100 members was Instituted last Sunday in St. Mary's pariah, Niagara Falls. LaBt Sunday at Niagara Falls the Hibernian Fife and Drum Corps ot twenty-eight piece's was mustere-u in. , y For the. entertainment of. 'mem' bers Division 7 of Manchester1, N. H., is conducting a winter r-ol and crib tournament. Judging frtvur the division elec tions ttaaViJbunty Board for next vonr-irtll be a strong and renre- saimtatlve body. The Hibernian military companies ot Ohio will hold their annual mili tary encampment at Toledo during the month of August. The appointment of Rev. Edward Flanagan as division chaplain is a source of general satisfaction to the Hibernians of Omaha. The Hibernian Rifles of Columbus have grown In numbers and military efficiency ana now rank as one of the foremost independent military companies In Ohio. (Planning an energetic campaign to increase their membership, the Syracuse divisions will bold open meetings with attractive programmes and good speakers. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Indian apolis Initiated 100 members last Sunday week. Bishop Cbartrand was present and spoke to the mem bers, and In closing expressed the desire to address them again. Hibernians of M uncle, Ind.. gave Prof. M. J. Rohan, Chairman of the National Irish History Committee, a most enthusiastic greeting when he lectured for them at the .Star Thea ter, which was crowded. His pic tures ot Ireland greatly pleased bis audience. The Hibernian Rifles ot Baltimore escorted a distinguished party of visitors from Washington to the Baltimore Academy Of -Music, where a rousing meeting of the A. O. H. and auxiliary was held. Among the speakers were Congressman William L. Igoe, of Missouri; Congressman Edward Keating, of Colorado: Na tional Director P. T. Moran and V. Hulttgan, editor of the National lilbernlun. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A.. O. II. DIVISION 1. Meets at Falls' City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays. President Thomas W. Taxpy. Vice President Daniel McCarthy. Recording Secretary Walter Cu bic. Financial Secretary Joseph Far rell. Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Bergeant-at-Arns Henry ' McDer inott. 8entlnel John Esans. 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'Keefe. Financial Secretary John T. Keaney. , , .Treasurer James Welsh. flergeant-at-Arms J. Cunning ham. Sentinel Thomas Hannon. DIVISION 8. Meeta First and Third Mondays. Nineteenth and Portland. President Hugh Hourigan. Vice President John Mi.' Malonsy, Recording Secrebur John P. Price. Financial Secretary John 3. Hea- Blon, Jr. ,S Treasurefr Dan J. Dougherty. Sergeaaft-at-Arms John J. East. Sentinel Thomas Noon. IRELAND. Record of the Moat Important of the Recent Event Culled Prom Exchanges. entice . DEMOCRAT REWARDED. James J. Barry, brother of John J. Barry and County Assessor Edward Barry, was this week recommended by Collector of Internal Revenue T. Scott Mayes for appointment as Dep uty Collector in the Fifth district to succeed Herman Becker, who re signed to accept a business offer. The recommendation of Mr. Barry Is very pleasing to Louisville Democrats, as he ha beeu an active worker for the nnnsmv a. YJetti 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. J. McDermott y. a, i. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. ' Meeta Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. President Frank O. Adams. First Vice President Geo. Thorn ton. Second vice president Jonn j Lynn. Financial Secretary A. C. Link. Recording Secretary John - R, Barry. Corresponding Secretary Harry C. Kibbey. Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch. Marshal Fred Schnler. Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp. Outside Sentinel Frank E. O rat- party and Is well fitted for the duties of Deputy Collector. NEXT NATIONAL BILL. "The Clrls and the Jockey," a tabloid musical comedy, will head 4 tho new vaudeville programme at the National Theater which will be Introduced at Monday's matinee. The presenting cast Is made up ot twelve reputedly clever musical comedy artists, led by Corey and Ernie, a pair of English comedians, and aside from providing a great deal of comedy, the offering Is said to serve as the medium for Introduction of a number of interesting and tuneful tongs and fascinating dances. Urace Cameron, who has been seen here in stellar roles in various comlo opera productions, is also announced as a neadllner," five other meritorious number completing the bill. CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT. The children of St. Philip Nerl' school will give their annual Christ mas entertainment at Wlndthorst Hall on Tuesday evening, December 23, the performance beginning at 7:45 o'clock. The programme will consist of recitations, songs and a one-act play. ' The death has occurred of Jere miah Ryan, Pallasgreen, brother of the Rev. Matt. Ryan, of Knockavllla. The news of the death of M. Mc Cann, builder and contractor, of Lur gan, has been received with deep regret by a wide circle ot friends. There was a very large attendance at the funeral of the late Rev. Bernard Brady, of Castlepollard. He was a native ot the town and retired some years ago from the English mission. ' Right Rev. Dean Kavanagh, D. D., of New Rons, was made the recipient of beautiful addresses and valuable presentations from the pupils of the Convent of Mercy schools on the oc casion of the golden jubilee of his priesthood. . - - - . A verdict of dearth from heart fall ore -was returned at an Inquest held In Dundalk oift the body of Thomas Hayes, who'dled suddenly. He was walking lth a comrade, when he complafl'ned of weakness, and died In aaout live minutes. The Most Rev. Dr. O'Donnell has appointed the Rev. P. J. Brennan, ot B ruck lees, to Raphoe; his brother, the Rev. James Brennan, of Ardag- .hey, to succeed him In the curacy, the Rev. Alphonsus Ward taking the place of the latter. Sister Veronica (Devltt), a ven erable and much beloved member of the Ursullne Convent, Thurles, which Institution she entered half a cen tury ago, has passed away, to the deep regret of the community. She was a native of Templederry, near Nenagh. Swlnford Guardians elected Dr. J, E. O'Sullivan medical officer of the Charlestown Dispensary district In succession to Dr. Murray, recently appointed tuberculosis officer for the County Dublin. Dr. O'Sullivan signed a scale ot small fees for attendance on people of poor means. There Is considerable sensation In the Inagh district, midway between Ennls and Mtltown Malbay, over the burning of the Inagh National school. , There are many theoriea as to the origin ot the fire, but there seems no good grounds to consider that the act was deliberate. Hymen Graffe, a member ot the Hebrew community, has been sworn ss a Magistrate for the city ot Lim erick before P. J. Kelly, R. M. The appointment of Graffe to the Magis terial bench is the first occasion. It Is understood, on which a member of his community has been appointed to Commission of the Peace for the city. The Moat Rev. Dr. Fogarty has made the following' changes in bis diocese: Rev. P. Hayes, Coolmeen, to Labashbeeda; Rev. C. Culligan, Labasheeda, to Carrigaholt; Rev. J. Houlihan, Carrigaholt, to Terry glass; Rev. P. O'Halloran, Corofln, to Inagh; Rev. T. Mccban, Inagh, to Coronn; Rev. D. McNamara to Cool meen. At a meeting of the Finance Com mittee of Sllgo Corporation a resolu tion was passed to the effect that the corporation should take Into consid eration at once the question ot pro viding laborers cottages In Sllgo, and that a strong memorial be sent for ward to the proper authorities asking the same privileges for Sllgo in this respect as are given to the rural districts. 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