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What the Club Plan Is And What It The Club Plan Is n extended payment plan iiutltutftd purely an.l aimply for the convenience of our patron who wiiita to buy House hold Goods, such ss Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, etc. When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay S per cent of the amount of your purchases The ititiihn.lil ff on be 73c. The monilHTuhlp fr on be l.54. The nieinlMTMhlp fee on of course be In proportion. fou are then asked to pay 10 per cent, of your total purchase as the first payment. For Instance, on a $25.00 purchase you pay $2.60 down In addition to the membership fee, making a total of $3.25. The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments. When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are pur chased at our cash prices whether special or regular you wIL more clearly see that our membership fee is nothing In comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments. FURN1TIRK, CARPETS, Rl'UM, OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE ROl-D OX THE C1XB 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. INCORPORATED WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. The Last Dollar That you spent for something yon did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; - There MAY COME a time whea yoar "LAST DOLLAR" most be spent for something yon DO NEED. The SAVING now ef the , dollars yon are wasting might keep Ky. Title Savings Bank and Trust Co. Fifth and Court Place. Open Daily ntJJ m' mnmgij. Sals W. MAHtCICT aTRRBT MIMHIIIlIH4Mt4444444444tMMIM4 play Rooms to tltttM)ittMitHH4milMHHIIIIIHIHI mih TVDFWDITFDS .i'r I of any other make, in newidsas for saving the operators time. MAKE US PROVE IT. HOME PHONE CITY 367 CUMB. MAIN 1093-Y WELLMAN BROS. CO. 431 WEST JKFFKKSON STKEKT. mt4Hit4MMIMMMiMMmMmHW M. I IANN0N, I. rrss.lMtt. t. IANM0N. Vies frss. I P. BANNON f Sewer aad Culvert ftpe, Baaaea't Pateat Lidded ripe for Steasa CeaaaiU. Wall Capiat Drala Tile, Vttrkfiea Brick, X fir Preeiiag, Flue Halng", Fire ricK Crate and Boiler Tile, Creaai fir Clay, laiaaaey Teas. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOMi PHONES CITY 873-1786. CUMB. MAIN 507. w WOltS".3th aad Brack, aad Megaolle Ava, Bat. Vta ea lOtb. :ttmtftHHimHHMMHIlMiWtMWMH Means to You ror joimm; lor mammo a 25.00 pnrrliiute vronlil a 5I.OO purchase would nrerr piitrliatwa would HOISK FLRXISHINU8 AND X that "hard time" from ever coming. Saturdays Until 7 p. m. FECIAL STAMP OFFER (SO Snrety Coupons with 1 lb. of New Blend (Mixed) Tea at. 60a 30 Surety Coupon with 3 1.2 Iba. of Now Itlond Coffee at 70e JIO Surety Coupon with 1 lb. of Baking Pow. der at 40o JOHN M. MULLOY, Lighting Fixtures! Probably add more to the appearance and comfort 2 of the home tban any other item of furnishing. We T aavise tne purcnase or at least a preliminary selec tion before having yourhouse wired, so that switches and outlets may be properly placed. Yoa will be amply repaid for a visit to our Dis see tba various types of lighting and I BURDORF-BRECHER CO. I INCORPORATED. ILLUMINATINQ SPECIALISTS Jefferson Street, Bet. Fourth and Fifth II l-ff IVII-LIW- The Royal No. 10 is the Utest most up-to-date of all machines it is 5 years ahead Jl.. Tress. LAWRENCE 1 VEEN C MAN, Stent- PIPE CO. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing ; the Pa-t Week Oeneral News Note. Division t will soon install shower baths In the new home. Division 1 added largely to its treasury Monday night. The national convention Will con vene at Norfolk, July SI. I Division 4 will meet next Monday evening at flertrand Han. The County Board will meet week r rrom now on unx.ii me picnic. Don't forget the date of the County Board picnic-Tuesday. July II. ni.i.i-n 9'm ... hnmn la a aourre Division s s new nome is a source or prion to ever nieiuucr iu iu city. Division S will meet every Monday night from now on instead of semi monthly. The Ladles' Auxiliary had root weather for their hot initiation Wednesday night. President Con Ford, of Division 2, says his division has taken on a new lease of life. The St. Patrick s day entertain- ment at inaianapons neuea xne County Board over SiOO. Monday night Division 3 received five applications and favorable re- ports tor eight candidates. There Is a demand for tickets for the Hibernian Social Club moon- light excursion on July 14. Members of Division 1 missed Daniel McCarthy and Councilman Tom Dolan from their meeting. Every member in the city should pledge himself to sell at least five tickets for the County Board picnic. The County Board met at Divis ion 3's hall last night and heard reports from the picnic committee. Since the last meeting Division 3 received $254 in donations for the new home. That Is surely going some. Bishop Burke will be the cele brant of the maBs at the formal opening of the New York State con vention In Troy. The Hibernian Social Club is ar ranging a number of pleasing feat ures for the moonlight excursion to be given July 14. The A. P. A.'s in Denver charged that the A. O. H. was behind the kidnapping of Spurgeon, their foul mouthed lecturer. State President Callan presided at the distribution of 225 awards for work done In Irish history in the Milwaukee parochial schools. The two $200 Irish history schol arships provided by the Milwaukee Hibernians were awarded to Miss Ellen Conway and Clinton Mlstele. I Rabbi Alfred C. Moses, of Mobile, has offered to address the local Hibernians at some convenient date in the future on Ireland and home rule. Division 4 meets Monday night at Bertrand Hall, when It is hoped there will be another large attend-. ance. The proceedings will be full of Interest. Daniel J. McLaughlin, of Port land, was awarded the scholarship offered by the Oregon State Board of the Ladies' Auxiliary, for which there were twenty-four contestants. The beautiful granite monument erected by the Hibernians to the memory of the late Rev. Bernard A. Brady In St. Joseph a cemetery at Yonkers, N. Y., waa dedicated in the presence of hundreds of members of the order and many friends who as-' juno 27, 1861 Death of Com sembled to pay tribute to him. I mander James Harman Ward. U. I'LKASAXT SURPRISE. Frank Dugan, our genial efficient City Wharfmaster. given the surpriue of his life and was last Tuesday. , On that day tbe Wharf master celebrated his forty-sixth birthday, and as an appreciation a number of his friends assembled at his office, and while extending con gratulations Attorney James P. Reedy stepped forward and in a short but happy speech presented Mr. Dugan with a handsome and costly gold watch and chain. Frank was at a loss for words to express a score of 9 to 8, the Bruins defeat his feelings, and it was some time , Ing the Shamrocks by 7 to 6, while , before 7 icwioivu iiuiii urn but-line prise. FAVORITES AT RIVEKV1EW. The management of Rlvervlew , rara announces that KiBle Tuell 13, tbe fielders working overtime Smith, Louisville's favorite singer, chasing long distance swats. The will be one of the attractions fori only disagreeable feature of the next week, beginning with the after- Sunday contests was the peevish noon performance of the free out- action of the Bruin team's manage door musicals. Mrs. Smith, while ment in refusing to place their on the stage, was known as "The! regular team in the field as a pro Kentucky Girl," and received many test to Umpire Fontana, who had flattering press notices from EaBt- been upheld by President Ileichert, em critics. Besides Elsie Tuell and in all likelihood Manager Wag Smith there will be three other ner. of the Bruins, will resign and song birds on the programme next week. Miss Madge Francis, the lyric soprano; Senorl, tbe rag-time sing ing boy, and Miss Ruth LeBter. the Mezzo contralto, have been engaged for another week. CLONING EXERCISES. The pupils of St. Ann's school will hold their closing exercises in tbe school hall. Seventh and Davles avenue, next Monday evening, begin ning at 8 o clock. In addition to a program ma of recitations aod ma- slcal numbers there will be three little playlets by the pupils, entitled "Advertising For Help." "Old Glory" and "The Reverse of the Medal." Tickets of admission twenty-five cents. HOME INITIATION'. Passersby In tbe neighborhood of Seventh and Oak streets Monday night stopped to rub their eyes and look again before they could believe their sight. Sitting on tbe curb stone was a figure dressed In Mardl Graa costume with a short pole and Hue Industriously fishing in a big bucket, utterly oblivious to the gaping crowd around and watching faithfully for a nibble on his line. After quite a while the fisherman, seemingly satisfied, wended his way In Seventh street, followed by a large crowd, where at tbe next cor ner he met another figure in the same outlandish costume, kneellug on the sidewalk laboriously trylug to roll a peanut with a toothpick. Cplltptle Pit. 4 Sjoloonda, Nsv., April. 1111. took Paatnr KomlC Nanr Taala f h ka4 na mora nllsntla flta alnoa taa prln of 1111. and In June I baimn to work acaln. Bafor that time every eAy waa afraid to give me work, be. ansa I had fits nearly every day In a few yaara, bet now (hay all want me to , BOW fajn DOw. worx ror mem, oacauaa vnvj rimiw mm how I am bow. The l onio a Orwl.anfl for m and tnerarnre eaaaet praise tt enonah. Walter Heard. Wenderfull b . w..t. itn I bad amiepile flti ewy two or three MttT tor Koanlf Nenr Tonla I had no at- taeka In two year and feet well ao long m f u- ToBl0i Thw m1Iwet won. darfUL Mra. j. a. unmn. FREE! A Valuable) Book on Not voue Dlaeasea tad a Sala bottle to any ddrata. Poor ae- nest alas Jet tbe nfflrine B-aa. Pramraa b Ray. FaTaea Koajno. at Pert WerM, ImU timet 1876, aad bow by the KOENIG MED. CO, Chicago, IjL Sl W. Lake Sera, ae aid by DraSflatiat SI aer bottle. 6 fee So. Lara fttaa. SI. 71a Battlaa la 89. After several spectators had aug -egtel having the two arrested on a I iunacv charge it developed that they were onlv comDlying with part of the Initiation of the Young Men's i Social Club, and that the fisherman , was Andy Westerman, the crack catcher, while the peanut roller was I George Oibney. the fleet outfielder, both of the Twin City BaseDau . league. AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. timely Record of Some Memorable Events In the Catholic His tory of America. By James A. Rooney, June 21, 1888 Catholic University of Santiago, Chile, established by Archbishop Mariano Casanova; opened March. 1889; first rector Bishop Jonquin Larrain Guada rillas. who devoted to It his large private fortune. June 22, 1552 The Right Rev. Pedro Fernandes Sardlnha. first Bishop of Bahla, Brazil, arrived at his see, which was established by Pope Julius III., February 25, 1551: Bishop murdered by In dians. June 16. 1556 jUne 23. 1845 The Right Rev. Juan Augustln Boneo. first and present Bishop of Santa Fe, Argentine Republic, born at Buenos Aires; see established January 27, 1898. June 24. 1829 The Rev. John Bap tist Hogan, S. S., better known as Abbe Hogan, born near Ennls, County Clare, .Ireland; finft President of Boston Theological Seminary; professor of theology In Catholic University; died at St. Sulpice, Paris, September 29, . 1901. une 25, 185 ine Kigni itev. Anthony O'Regan appointed titular Bishop of Dora on his res ignation as third .Bishop of Chi cago, having been consecrated July 25, 1854, to succeed Bishop Van de Velde, who was trans ferred to diocese of Natchez; died In London. November 13, 1866 June 26. 1876 Arrival of six Sis ters of Mercy from Ennis, Ireland, to take charge of St. Rose of Lima's School, Merlden, Conn., built by Father Thomas Walsh in 1874. 8. N., convert, killed In action at Matthias Point, Va.; first naval officer to give his life for his country in civil war; born In Hartford. Conn., September 25, 1806, where he was burled from St. Patrick's church, Bishop Mc Farland officiating. Copyright. TWIN CITY LEAGUE. The games In the Catholic Base ball League last 8unday were all of the hair raiulng order, four contests being won by one score, the Trinity team defeating the K. of C. team bv . uaiuujuun won me Dremesi , contest of the season over -the Im perials in a 1 to 0 game. The slug-1 fflnv ffnmA fkt ilia Anv wna IiaIvmh . Io o I the Macktn and Olympic teams, the , latter winning by a score of 14 to the management be given to Jack Sheehan, who borrowed five players from the other teams in order not to disrupt the reguluar schedule. There can and should be no defense of Wagner's action, he not seeming to realize that the first principle of good baseball and clean sportman ship is discipline and support of the officials in all of their actions. The schedule for tomorrow is aa follows: Trinity vs. Bruins, Olympics vs. Shamrocks, K. of C. vs. Imperials and Champlona vs. Mackln. Tbe standing to date: Club Woo Lost 6 7 Pet. .875 .875 .70 ..00 "375 .250 .250 .125 Olympics 7 Champions 7 Brains. .. 6 Shamrocks 4 Trinity 3 Mackla 2 Imperials 2 Knights Columbus. 1 PR WEE VALLEY PICNIC. At tbe picnic to be gtven for the benefit of the new St. Aloyslus church, Pewee Valley, on Thursday. July 16, a f400 aolitaire diamond ring will be awarded. The ring will be on exhibition at Victor Lorch's jewelry store, 144 East Market, from June 2S to June SO, and at John Strubel's Jewelry store, 340 ICast Market, from July 3 to July 9. Ticket will be twenty-five cents, and can be had at the following places: Rogers Church Goods Com pany, 418 Weit Jefferson; tbe Mtases ticbnelderbahn, 538 Vehr ave nue, and the Lorch and tttrubel Jewelry stores. IRELAND. Record of the Moat Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. Most Rev. Dr. Harty has been pre sented with a beautiful motor car riage by the priests of the Archdio cese of Cashei. Pat Breadln, locally known as "Pet of Columcllle's Prophecy," has died at Mohlll, County Leitrlm, at the great age of 114 years. In the election for County Coun cillor for the Dunlavtn division of Wlcklow. J. Dunne was returned by 242 to 178 Totes for E. J. Lawlor The Thomond Fels, held at Llm erica, attracted people from every part of Munster. At the closing ex erclses there waa an enormous crowd present. ' After a service of forty-one years Llsmore Guardians have accepted the resignation of Dr. Gabriel O'Connell Redmond, of Cappoqutn dispensary district. The people of Garvagh are heart and soul In the Volunteer movement There are over1 400 disciplined men in the district, and the majority are fully armed. Deep regret is felt in Carlow at the death of Miss Kitty Breen, Oak park. As a member of the Postofftce staff she was well known in Dublin Ferna and Carlow. Owen Boland, Monasterevan, has on the motion of J. Sunderland, sec onded by C. Bergin, been unan Imously elected a rate collector by tne Klldare County Council. The death has occurred at Lough rea of Patrick Mitchell at an ad vanced age. He was father of the Itev. F. Mitchell, and was one of the oldest residents of the town. The death of Miss Birdie O'Brien cf Curraghroiiche, the result of burn Ing injuries sustained while boiling wax and turpentine, has caused gen' eral regret In the Dungarvan district Deep regret is felt in County Cork at the death of Timothy Hennessy who was a member of the Cork Town Council for a considerable period and also a leading member of the Board of Guardians. After twenty-one years In religion. Sister Mary Magdalen Maher, of the Presentation Convent, Carlow, has passed to her reward. She was one of the most efficient teachers of the excellent convent staff. At a meeting in the Mansion House, Dublin, it was decided to hold a public celebration of the Battle of Clontarf. It was suggested to invite the Irish Natioanl Volunteers and the Ulster Volunteers to take part in me celebration. The late J. Cunningham, of Kil keel. County Down, and formerly of jagersrontein, South Africa, left $2,600 for a bell for the Catholic church of Massforth, Kilkeel, and 12,600 for repairs to the Catholic church at Atticall, Kilkeel. . The death has taken place at the parochial house, Skreen, County sngo, or the Very Rev. Patrick Canon McNulty. The deceased clergyman, who had reached an ad vanced age, was a respected mem ber of the chapter of tbe diocese of Klllala. The Bantry District Council unanimously passed a resolution congratulating ' Very Rev. Canon Cohalan on the appointment or his brother as assistant Bishop of Cork, and offer their reverence and respect to very Kev. Dr. Cohalan on such appointment. A large grazing ranch situated be tween Granard and Balliualee. known as the Clondn ranch, on the Thompson estate, has been acquired ty tne Uutatea Commissioners, and has now been divided into fifteen allotments. The new tenants have signed agreements. GOOD FERRY BILL. Heading next week's programme at Fontaine Ferry Is Fred J. Ardath and Company, preesntlng "Hiram," a rural comedy. "Hiram" has to do with the presence of a "show troupe1 at the village near the farm of Uncle Josh. The Russian pianist, Eugene Bernstein, will be heard in a minla ture musical recital. The musical comedy exponent. Joe Whitehead offers what he terms "a bunch of squirrel rood." Another comedy act Is Sam Barton, billed as the King of Bike Comedians. The Two Sal- vaggis, whirlwind dancers, complete the bookings. TACKLE BREWERS. The Louisville ball club fluish their series at Kansas City this afternoon and then Jump to Mil waukee for four games, beginning tomorrow, when in all probability a double-header will be played. Mil waukee has been figlitlug desperately to retain first position, and with Ixitilsvllle their strongest contender these games are sure to be hotly contested and especially pitchers' battles, Hayden pitting Loudermilk, Toney and Northrop against Hovlik. Dougherty and Slapnlcka, which is pretty near an even break from that stnadpoint, but the Colonels lead them seven points in fleldllng and nlue points In batting, this giving them a slight edge In case of close games. Tbe strike-out record of Loudermilk this year Is remarkable, having struck out 116 men In the 118 innings pitched thus far. Walter JohnBon, of the Washington team, In the same number of Innings only fanning sixty-four men, this being the highest In the American League, while Cheney, the former Louisville twlrler, now with Chicago, has a record of sixty-three for 141 Innings pitched, being the highest in tbe Na tional League. Owner Wathen Is endeavoring to have the Indianapolis game of next Sunday transferred here, and this would be a good move, as the fans bave gotten a little hun gry for baseball, especially because of the good road showing. HUNG JUBY. The Jury In the case of Robert Owens, one of the ten defendants at Denver, Colo, charged with abduct ing Otis L. 8purgeon, the traduver of priests, nuns and tbe Catholic re ligion, reported disagreement and was discharged. Owens was the first defendant to be tried. Tbe Jury wsa composed entirely of non-Catholic. ' f";3J I HERMAN STRAUS SONS J i ; fouerw avfwin meavmoAreo makt rrsrrr . , EMBROIDERY FOR I CONFIRMATION DRESSES Beautiful High-class 27-inch Embroidery Flouncing and 22 Alloyer. About half of this lot Is hand-loom foods, dainty baby flouncing, ilauen lace and batiste, also fine Swiss with showy designs of Irish, English and floral designs. All direct from St. Gaul, Switzerland, and Germany. Every lot fresh and new. They include the following styles, suitable for chil dren's confirmatioa dresses, waists and costumes: ! Values From $1.00 to 59c Dainty Baby PiouncingAll hand-loom goods the finest T made, on the new sheer cloth; hemstitched and scalloped I edges; 27 inches wide. Worth $1 to $1.50, for 59c per yard. Batiste and Plauen Lace Flouncing27 inches wide. I Worth $1 to $1.25, for 59c per Handsome Snowy Swiss T Worth $1 to $1.98, for 59c per 22-Inch 5wiss Allover designs. Handsome goods. t We Give and Redeem t4tMTtttiitmiii For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE. My stock are the largest, my prices the lowest, and my terms the best. JAMES 425, 427 and 429 INCORPORATED WHOLKHALK AXiiy WBTAIL. PHONE SOUTH 2Sw. CITY 1866. avaaaaAavvvaav,a, youetried CAMP'S KentucRyDair Lunch "IT SERVES YOU RIGHT" Famous for Good Things to Eat. We also serve lunches and banquets for lodges and clubs. 322 WEST JEFFERSON 542 S. FOURTH AVENUE 209 5. FIFTH 913 WEST BROADWAY aaaatjataaaaayaaaaaavaaa GERMAN BANKi We Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET i BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market. I FRANK A. I GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square i Cum. Mmm Mill Ill s lM PtoM City HOME PHONE 6771-L S. L. HYMSON Wines and Liquor for Family Use. t Cor. Eighth and Oak St., . AWNINGSandTENTS A large stock of tents on hand, for sale or rent. We do more and better work than any one here. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Estimate cheerfully furniahed. Kentucky Tent and Awning Co. BOTH PHONES2427. $1.98. Choice Per Yard f yard. Flouncing I n floral patterns. yard. Embroidery ln nat an(j showy Worth $1 to $1.98, for 59c yard, Profit-Sharing Certificates GREENE East Market Street r OHLMANN I Meal of Our Round Steak 9232 900 Franklin Street Louisville, Ky. ' 120 N. THIRD ST.