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HIBERNIANS. IRELAND. Record of tha Most Important of tha Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. ! What the Club Plan Is HERMAN STRAUS SONS (J il ouarw avtwuf anwwMfrg xaewtT TgfT ' What They Hava Been Doing the Pat Week Oeneral News Notes. And What It Means to You The Club Plan U an extended payment plan Instituted purely and Imply for the convenience of our patron, who wish to buy House hold Goods, euch ai Furniture, Carpet, Rugs, etc. When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay S per ceut of the amount of your purchase for joining for ln.tance The membership fee oa a $ 23.00 purchase would be 75c. The membership fee on $50.00 purchase would be $1.00. The membership fee on greater purchase would of conrse be in proportion. Ton are then asked to pay1 10 per cent, of your total purchase .. the first payment. For instance, on a S25.00 purchase you pay S2 60 down in addition to the membership fee, making a total of 13 25. The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to ray the balance In email weekly or monthly payments. When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased at our cash price whether special or regular you will more clearly see that our membership fee la nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments. FUKX1TURE, CARPETS, RCG9, HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB PLAN. Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheer-, fully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor. jj J pCQN a SQK INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. fatiassssMSsitstssMSSSttsssssMStMMttsst LADIES- GET READY FOR SEASON. Rrinir us vonr straw. hemD and oanama haU. Have them cleaned, dyed and reshaped In the latest styles. Work done In your own home town and by borne people. Our prices, 75c and $1.00 for first class work. Thirty new stylts to select from. Established forty years. Ostrich feathers cleaned and curled. FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West Jefferson WHAT OUR. MEANS You can buy OUR QUALILY CASH PRICES. You can arrange to pay for Carpets, Rues, Lin oleums and Draperies in the MOST CONVENIENT MANNER. We charge you a club fee of 3 per cent, on your purchase. This insignificant sum is all the extras the club proposition involves. Many people avail themselves of our club plan to get the best for the least money. Why not you? Hubbuch Bros. INCORPORATED. 522-524 WET MARKET STREET. I The Last Dollar n That you spent for something; you viin5 ArrrtTTNT toin, hi h.nw Mn.fr ha iiunt tnr anmthlar vam dollars you are wasting might keep Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. IC3 ) J of any other make, in new ideas for saving the operators time. MAKE US PROVE IT. HOME PHONE CITY 367 CUMB. MAIN 1093-Y WELLMAN BROS. CO. 431 WEST JEFFERSON STREET. 4 M. L IANN0I, 1 Pras. I Mgr. P. SANSON, ll Vlcs Pru. 4 Trsss, P. BANN0N Sewer a4 Calvert Tift, Baaaaa's Fateat Lidded Flsa for Steasa Ceadmits. Wall Cepta. Drala TUe, TitrlSed Brick, rire FreeHa. Flae Lining Fire Brtck Grate aad Boiler Tile, Creaad Fir Clay, Ckianaey Tees. OFFICE B28 WEST JEFFERSON ' hOMI PHONES CITY 873-17BO, CUMB. MAIN 607, t?C"X9-l3tb aad Breck. aad Megaolta Ave- Bet. 9tfe and lOtfc. Street, North Side. CLUB PLAN TO YOU. MERCHANDISE at LOWEST & Wellendorff ii n 4, did not NEED would have started - tn hup int.r..t mMpniivnirn that "bard time" frem ever coming. 11 i TYPEWRITERS. The Royal Mo. 10 i. the latest most up-to-date of ell machines it is 5 years ahead UWIUCI L KENEIUN, $crstar. PIPE CO. (Another division of the Ladles' Auxiliary bee teen organised in unicagv. Pennsylvania has over 10,000 member, affiliated with the Ladies' Auxiliary. The Philadelphia Ladles' AUX- in... t, .. ...ni.a,l thslr aaoond lllarr has organised tneir aecona Juvenlle division. tv. m.ini. Rnard tii relied to The County Boara was cauea to treet last night. That body will have much work this summer. , , . , . . ..1.. 101 j-nnaaeipui auiiu.iiu. uw lead Pittsburgh with 1.888 mem bers, the latter having 8,817 , ', ,v. ,,r, . Hibernians of the west End ap- predate the generoelty of Manager WtenUeli; of the Norman Tneater. Member of Division 4 continue the work of securing candidates for the next initiation, which will be a large one. President Thomas larpy. oi ui- vision 1, was called Tuesday to the bedside of a dying relative in in dlana. Calls for the national convention have been issued by the Presidents of the Ancient Order and Ladles Auxiliary. Hlbernlanlsm Is on the increase In Louisiana. Division 2 ha nearly doubled Hs membership during the past year, Division 4 meets again Monday night, when a big attendance is looked for by President Hennery and the officers. The Hibernians of Pueblo, Col., opened a gay week after Lent with their ball for the society set and brides-to-be. , Sergeant Maloney, President of Division 3. makes an excellent pre siding officer, dispatching the work with celerity. Members of Division 1 were much pleased to see Tim J. Sullivan out Tuesday, after his long Illness of rheumatism. Last Sunday the Chicago Hiberni ans escorted Archbishop Qulgley to the dedication of the new St. Philip Nerl church. , Norfolk Hibernians' are preparing for a magnificent assemblage during the week of the national convention, July 21 to 25. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Louis ville is making splendid progress and now takes rank with the strong est in the country. The talk of Councilman Thomas Dolan was much appreciated by those attending the meeting of Di vision 1 last Tuesday night. Schenectady Hibernians ' say the day is not far distant when their Juvenile division and fife and drum corps will appear In uniform. Division 5 of Columbus, Ohio, will visit St. Dominic's church tomorrow morning, when the members will re ceive holy communion In a body. National President Regan, who has been traveling in the interest of the order, expresses himself pleased with the conditions found every where. Throuehout the Western cities there is a strong sentiment favoring I the consolidation of divisions. Where tried the results have been very , gratifying. i ' The annual ball of the Minneapolis ' Hibernians, held in the National Guard Armory, was one of the most successful ever given In that city. The proceeds will be used for enter taining the State convention. The Baltimore County Board will give a benefit for the students of St. Charles College at Catonsville, who want to erect a 'building for their use during bad weather. The liberal contributions of Thom as Keenan, Sr., and others to the building fund of Division 3 have given the members encouragement. Is Is to be hoped that when all who should asBlst this laudable enter- prise are heard from the Hibernian t will be practically wiped home debt out. TWIX CITY OPEXIXG. The Twin City, otherwise known a the Catholic Baseball League, will inaugurate their season tomor-'.glve row afternoon on the Shawnee Park diamonds, whera all lh .ma will play every Sunday fternoon at 3 nvwv Th. nnnin. -.. ..in featured tomorrow by the presence of Lieut. Gov. Edward J. McDermott. Mayor John H. iBuschemeyer, Park Commissioner Ben Brumleve end tha League President. Capt. Frank A. , Reichert, all of Whom will make short addresses on the four different diamonds and in addition pitch tha first ball. During its two seasons of existence th Twin City League ha obtained a wide reputation, many queries being received from other cltle a to it management. etc., ana tne crowd attending Mia games, which heretofore have been I held In the mornin. have teen the largest In the three Fall Citle. and naturally this will he Increased with th advent of afternoon games. Th greet Tim J. Sullivan, who had re- ine Louisville ball club is away secret of the league' success can .be covered from a long Illness of rheu- 00 flrt trP. Sn at Indian attributed in a measure to their matlsm. Only routine business was P0'1 on Thursday being the first slogan of "clean ball." This motto transacted, after which an hour was ot nineteen game scheduled for has been forcibly Impressed uoon the player by the league official and rigidly upheld by th umpires. The schedule for tomorrow 1 a follow: . Mackln vs. Olympics. Shamrocks vs. Bruins. Champlona vs. Imperials . and Kentucky Oaks vs. the Ath- 1 letlts. Th four umpires tomorrow are Messrs. Ryan, Hanrahan. Wells ' and Mulligan, this quartette being sure to give satisfaction to all, their experience oa local diamonds ln th past giving the ma splendid reputa- 1 tlon. POSTPONED. Th Forty Hour' devotions that were to have opened tomorrow morn ing in St. AugUBtlne' church. Thir teenth and Broadway, have been poetponed because of the accident to Rev. Father Francis Felten, the pas- tor. While at St. Mary and Elisa beth Hospital on Friday of last week father Felten, attempting to ascend In th elevator, thought h was pull Ing th bell rope, but Instead started the elevator, which descended and Injured hlni quite severely. For tunately he was rescued from his perilous position and is again able Made New Wemsn. s tea Antonio, Tea- Sept. 111. t wee troubled wtts narvouanaaa for the ifftct of an eparatmn; wnnM alaan a. law tiniira only, boln a. - rake four to Bve hours every nisM; M apwjHUw fJ"t a.rtar taking one bottle of Paator Koanle'e Narva Tonla, my aaap Improved and I I mnen oatter, ana inn inraa wmim, t - k ...in. .n waitiin end tronln-, end faltllka a ntr woman Binae. I Improved ao much that my doo- h gmw m M to ook uajB ta make out who I wa. The Tonio don ma a world of rood and 1 am . W1LBUUI ,V W M . . V. lev. J. Raaee wrltae from Pane Blanc. N. Max., that tha bottle of Paator Koa laa Narva Tonla waa for a, lady, who ears that It kapt her allra. rriCC voue Dlseaeee aadaSwia Plala hotla la aar ?dn--J00'l? I lllalsi Paa alM f tba miMdf traa. fnom kv Bv. PTa aoBHio, a( Fart Waraa, Ua, lUa U7&, aa4 aaw wf caa KOENIG MED. CO, Chleagev 1H. SS W. Lake Stmt, aarDoatfcara MkrDnnbl,,lt,nMh. largo . Si.TSi Bawiaa m S9. to be about, though " AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. Timely Record of Soma Memorable Event ta tha Catholic His tory of America. By James A. Rooney. April 19, 1885 The Right Rev, Alnhonsua Joseph Olorieux con- secrated at Baltimore titular iBIshon of Aooolonia and Vicar Apostolic of Idaho; appointed first Bishop of .Boise when diocese was erected by Leo XIII., August 25. 1893. April 20. 1906 San Francisco earthquake and if Ire, In which twelve Catholic churches were de stroyed with all their institutions, schools, hospitals, asylums and the great Jesuit Church and College of St. Ignatius and Sacred Heart College of the Christian Brothers. April 21. 1833 St. Patrick's church, Camp street, New Orleans, dedicated; first English-speaking congregation In that city; the Rev. Adam Klndelon. the pastor, sue sumbed to his teal in yellow fever epidemic and was succeeded by Father James Ignatius Mullen. inrll 9.2 18KK The Rlcht Rev. ruviii William Racon conse- crated first Bishop of Portland, Maine: born In New York Septem- ber 15, 1813; ordained at Balti more December 13, 1838; founded parish of the Assumption, Brook lvm. fAii n A afv nila.ta a n il aI oh t churches in diocese and left fifty - two priests and sixty-three churches at his death, November 6, 1874. April 23. 1847 Diocese of Cleve - land established, by division of diocese of Cincinnati, with the Right (Rev. Louis Amadeus Rappe, consecrated October 10, 1847. a first Bishop; Cathedral was St. Mary', only church in the city; resigned tn 1870 to do missionary work in Burlington, Vt., where he died September 8, 1877. April 24, 1900 International Cath- ollc Truth Society incorporated in New York by its founder, the Rev. Dr. William F. McGlnnls. April 25, 1900 The Right Rev. Denla 4TTVinnehuA consemrated titular Bishop of Pomario and .Auxiliary Rlahon of Indlananolla: transferred to the diocese of Louisville February 7, 1910, to Mclxughlin. an extensive flock ma succeed Bishop William George te" ' Crulckanlm, who was found McOloskev. who died September dead, seated In a chair on licensed 17. 1909. Copyrighted. KXIGHTS OF ST. JOHN. The annual public Inspection and drm of the Falls Cities command- uiiu ui i u c i' alio lyinrs viiuuiauu- 1 eries of the Knights of St. John will take place at (Phoenix IU Park on .,i vf a vA direction of Col. P. J. Breen and the regimental staff. Much Interest at- taches to this year'. Inspection he- cause of the national convention and encampment at Cincinnati, a it will a line on the proficiency of the 1 Louisville commanderie that will nartlelnata In h national contest. Oapt. Brlnkman and the men of 8t. M..in. rnn,m.nrfa h.va drilling steadily and expect to make 1 a howing that will .urprtse their follower. Col. Henry Felhoelter and Col. Henry Vonderhelde will be two of the Inspecting officer, and following their declalon there will be a grand military ball. An invita- tlon is extended the public to Join with the iKnlghts in bl celebration. HAPPY TALKS. In the absence of .President Tarpy anl Vb.. P.M..t Mormnll tha meeting of Division I, A. O. H.. on Monday night wa directed by Coun - cilman Thoma Dolan and Daniel McCarthy. All present were alad to riven ta hannv talks and remlnla- cence of th past. Ex-Preeldent Thoma Dolan and Jame P. Barry had word of commendation tor the enterprise of Division S. which had i.i.n th. in uonrln a Hlhr. plan home, and announcement of the generous donation thereto of Thoma Keenan, Sr.. and others ot Division 1 was loudly applauded. Daniel McCarthy and other speaker pledged their support to Division 3, and. seevral advocated that the four local divisions be united and the number reduced to two. For this change many good reasons were ad- vanced. There were no lck claim reported. PADCCAH. Miss Pauline Coyle and J. E. Gleaves, a well known young couple of Ptducah. were united in mar- rlage Tuesday by the Rev. Fa.th.er 11. A. Connolly ln the rectory of St. Frauds de Sales church. Following the ceremony the happy pair left on a bridal trip to New Orleans. The groom is a clerk tn th office of the mailer mechanic of the Illinois Central railroad. The death ha taken place of Mr. ; Mary Oeraghty, Ballymore, County Longford, at the age of 102. i There was no criminal business for disposal at the Donegal Crown , sessions, and Judge Cook was pre sented with a pair of white glove. An epidemic of measles ha broken out In the Navan and other district In tha County Me&th, and the Navan schools have had to be closed. I Th activity nf tha mnnrinran ' corps of the Irish National Volun- teer Is very gratiiying. Practically every virile young man In the dis trict has Joined the movement. The profession ha taken place at fit. John of God's Convent, Kilkenny, of Miss Annie O'Connor, in religion Sister Mary Borgia, daughter of Mr. and Mr. A. O'Connor, of Limerick. J. C. Casey, for nearly twenty five years manager of the Ennla branch of the National Bank, Is about to retire after over forty years' service. He was formerly ac countant at Ennis. The skeleton of a man, apparently ten feet in height, has been found at Dysart. It is supposed to be pre historic. The skull of the giant is said to measure eighteen Inches from the crown to the chin. "The Waterford City Battalion, Irish National Volunteers, holds drills twice a week in the butter market. The drills are largely at tended and at every meeting a large number of recruit are enrolled. Much regret has been occasioned In Mulllngar and district at the news of the death at St. Joseph' of Mother M. Xavier Cantwell, who passed peacefully away In the etgn tleth year of her useful ind xealou life At the Castlerea Quarter Sessions the Irish Land Commission sued over thirty tenants for not having paid their annuities due November 1, 1913. Land Commission de crees were granted In nearly all the case. The Balllnrobe Guardians have elected 'Dr. P. D. Daly medical of' fleer of the Workhouse by eighteen vote to nine for Dr. Semple, of Conr. The local band and Dr. Daly' supporters paraded the streets after the election. The death has taken place at the Athy Convent of Mercy, In the fifty third year of her religious profes- lon, of Sister Mary Joseph Magulre whose devoted and successful labor oa "enaii vl religion ana euucaxiou won for her general esteem. Considerable damage has been caused by chemicals to letter In Rplfaat. nllTflF tlATM. Tn AmA In 1 stances the chemical matter burst . Into flames when the boxes were . opened. The outrage are supposed to be the work of suffragette. i Mrs. Williams, or Carrlck. near , Edenderry, was severely gored by t young cow. Her daughter made i , heroic effort to beat back the mad dened' animal. Little hope is enter- tainea ror Mrs. Williams' recovery, and her daughter Is also severely injured. The Castlcbar Board of Ouardlans adjourned a recent meeting without transacting any business as a mark of respect to the memory of the late Thomas Walsh, of Balla, who was a tormer Chairman of the board, and wn0 toolt prominent part In the Fenian movement. Death from heart failure was the verdict of a Coroner's Jury at Cam near Dungiven, In the case ot Joha premises. It waa at first thought iuui l u o in an waa BBltroy. EL NOMO MIXSTRELS. A programme of old fashioned T-. a . . , ... ?n f ?ut I?1""1!'6-8. W'U ,be g'verJ fl HBhlan ParJt In St. Leo s school tomorrow and Monday evenlnea by 'ha E1 omo Minstrels, which Is mPea of many of our leading lal talent among them being John - ''nn, Bua J-"". "car weiss. xvo"""u' "uu, JUUU ,n- ?an' .w.n, wl" be .Ben ,n mny fun,nr and inimitable sketches. The entire Programme ha been arranged and W.JU b.e Pdud under the personal direction of Theodore J. Schlpper, nf l unusually talented In this line d also act as interlocutor In minstrels. Many of the latest onf- funny sayings and Jokea will "ca,u u"b i ui iu, nlng, and those who enjoy a per- Iormnc; 01 ina wonia ao wen J tte.n,d' ""I'1. V. .me they will be aiding a worthy charity i as the entire proceeds will be given to St. Leo's church, which waa I damaged by fire during tha past I winter. Second street cars, labeled ' " , "T1 nijuuuu V "J .""nuiefc ' . . I PLY HOOSIER8 TODAY, . " T"T . . . war rrom home. With the player '? ln' 0881 oonamon of tn league, they should be able to c,om "orae In first or second posi- "uu ""'ruJr I"""! oa sian on tne season. At present the JUouls- Pitcher and catcher outclass anything else In the association, aad th only present defect Is the trouble of 'ormer years lack of hitting, "oage, Weinberg and Beumlller not "tln at all, while Ingerton has not 7" "truck his gait. Although e1-1 to Predict, tha pennant r,a appear to D between Louis- : Milwaukee and Indianapolis, ln latter two teams not naving re- markable lineups, but are full of ginger, and that 1 what goes a long way ln winning pennant. HAPPILY WEDDED. Aionio Hayaen, or wis cuy. ana J veeuy u'i, a popular juuu lady residing near Klliabethtown. were united In marriage Tuesday morning at 8t. James church In that c"y. The ceremony wa performed by the Rev. diugh Ualy, who also cwlebrated the nuptial mass They will make Ixulsvllle their home. EMBROIDERY FOR ii CONFIRMATION DRESSES i i Beautiful High-class 27-inch Embroidery Flouncing! and 22 Allorer. About half of this lot is hand-loom foods, dainty bsby flouncing, plaaen lace and batiste, slso fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish, English and floral deiigns. All direct from St. Gaul, Switzerland, and Germany. Every lot fresh and new. They include the following styles, suitable for chil dren'! confirmation dresses, waists and costumes: i Values From $1.00 to 59c Dainty Baby FlouncingAll hand-loom goods the finest made, on the new sheer cloth; hemstitched and scalloped Z edges; 27 inches wide. Worth $1 to $1.50, for 59c per yard. Batiste and Plauen Lace I Worth $1 to $1.25, for 59c per Handsome Snowy Swiss t Worth $1 to $1.98, for 59c per 22-Inch Swiss Allover designs. Handsome goods. ; : We Give and Redeem IIIHItOtMMvKtHTtMMtmtHMHMIIIII CONFIRMATION SHOES All the Latest Styles to Select From. Duchess Shoes In All the New Things, Such as the "Gaby" Colonials, "Baby Doll" and "Mary Jane" Pumps. SHOE FITTERS TO THE FAMILY Vni 7 JC With New JOHN Haaaa Pfcaaa ij. am a 1 s For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE. My stocks are the largest, my prices x the lowest, and my terms the best. JAMES ; r 425, 427 and 429 : : GERMAN BANK Wa Ara Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS : 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET ! Pendtnr erection of our naw building: at Fifth and Market. ,,,,,,, M, ATTENTION! NATURAL GAS CONSUMERS Tha Brennan Natural Gas Appliance Ce., 245 East Market St., are experienced Natural Gas Fitters and are capable of taking your work, no job so big and none too small. We guarantee satisfaction and if you want proper combustion call BRENNAN Natural Gas Appliance Co., Home Phone City 2372. 245 $1.98, Choice Per Yard Flouncing ?7 inches wide. yard. Flouncing In floral oatterns. yard. 1 Em broidery t nea. aB(j 8hOWT I Worth $1 to $1.98, for 59c yard. . . Profit - Sharing Certificates ; ; 'EMERSON'S' Distinctive Styles For Discriminating Men. Ex treme and Semi-English Effects and Conservative Styles. MirHADI 336 West Market St. FREE! FREE! ALL, THIS WEEK Two-Quart Aluminum Saucepan Oo Pound of Our Blend Tea 65 M. MULLOY, w. jiA.icicsenr aTHBBT GREENE East Market Street i t EU Market. Open evenings. 9 8