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TWIN CITY LEAGUE POPULARITY CONTEST
Help send Your Favorites in the Twin City League to this season's
WORLD'S BASEBALL. SERIES
10 Votes for Each Old and 20 for Each New Subscription. $1.00 Per Year.
The KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN .will send the Two most popular members
of the Twin City Baseball League to the World's Series with til expenses paid. Any
player, officer, umpire or scorer eligible. Votes by ballot or paid subscription. -
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We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons.
Following Is the roster of the
Twin,, City Baseball League, each
ot whom. Is entitled to enter the
Kentucky Irish American's World's
series contest, the first coupon for
which appears In this Issue:
Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger,
Hosier, Aulbach, Murphy, Haag,
Eschman,' It. Pontrlch, E. Harrlgan,
Elpers, Ohlle, Renn, Weber, Con
nere, F. Stelr, Voor, Kraemer, Ed
elen, Chenowelh, McDermott.
Orioles Kuebert, Sieger, G.
Weber, E. Pfafflnger, C. Weber, E.
Pfafflnger, Soeder, Kdehler, Loefller,
Wiedmeir, McCabe, Baumgarten,
Schmoetzer, Relter. Wllllnghurst,
Schott, J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches
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Men s Real $3 Straw Hats For
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Wall Coping, Drain Tile, TltrlEed Brick,
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Crate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire Clay, Chimney Tops.
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FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING.
1101.03 BAST BROAD WAT. .
World's Series Popularity Contest
TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE
This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for
whom I consider the most popular member ot the
Twin City League.
Knights of Columbus B. Schulte,
Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan
i.on, Ccresl, Madden, Curley, Bos
meyer, Kenealy, Hamilton, Ham
mond, Joe Murphy, F Weber, Cllnes.
Mackin Council C. -fillers, Thorn
ton, Schleman, U. McGrath, Morris,
Warren, Lally, h. Melsne'r, Davis,
Hafner, Conley, Schene, Scheckler,
Cronan, Atwell, Larkln, McDonough.
Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara
gon, Finn, Westerman, Hlgglns,
Burke, J.. Murphy, Clifford, Polin,
HInes, Russ, House, Meagher, Car
ney, Fitzgerald, Bloomer, C. Flynn.
Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett, Dal
ton, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken,
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LAWRENCE I. VEEHEMAN,
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' 425 W. Jefferson Street
Chester, "Mclntyre, J. Scully, E.
Flynn, Henry, O'Laughlln, Flnne
gan, T. Scully, W. Murphy, J. Mur
phy, C. Voss, O. KHer.
Trinity Council Shadburn,
Kaiser, Moore, Bosler, Bluel,
Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D.
Cummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner,
Branagan, Killorn, J. Carraro, W.
Stammerman, Schwlnd, Neumeyer.
Champs Hack, Trager, GUI
Brownfleld, Ott, Lleber, N. Murphy,
Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan,
Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapalllo,
Officers Capt. Frank Relchert,
Edward J. Wolfe, E. Stelnbock,
Thomas D. Clincs.
What They Have Been Doing
. the Past Week General
Division 4 will meet next Mon
Many divisions throughout the
country are subscribing to the Irish
Division 3 of Rome, N. Y., con
ferred the three degrees on a class
of 100 op June 4.
The Hibernian Social Club of
Division 3 will give a euchre Juno
29 on their lawn.
The Milwaukee Hibernians are
getting ready for another big class
initiation on June 21.
Milwaukee division, the largest
In the country, will send seven
delegates to the State convention.
San Francisco Hibernians will
celebrate the Fourth of July with a
monster field day at Schuetzen Park.
The Wisconsin State convention
will bo held at Oshkosh, opening
August 21 and lasting three days.
Mrs. Rlchey, of New Albany, was
one of the speakers at the Ladles'
Auxiliary county initiation at In
dianapolis. The younger members of Division
4 are preparing to give an Invita
tion dance confined to members of
Mrs. John Arthur, State Presi
dent of the Ladles' Auxiliary, will
be Indiana's candidate for. the
At the next meeting of Division
4 Thomas Lynch will announce the
entertainment feature for the last
meeting of the month.
Attorney W. P. McDonogh will
lecture on the workmen's cqmpensa
tlon law to the members of Division
3 at the meeting of Juno 19.
Tuesday morning at Mission
Dolores church, San .Francisco, the
Ladies' Auxiliary had mass cele
brated for tho heroes ot the Now
Tho Building Committee of Di
vision -2 of Syracuse has been meot
ing with splendid success and much
Interest Is being manifested in the
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Mil
waukee will celebrate its twenty
first anniversary tomorrow, "when
a class of fifty will be initiated,
after which u banquet will bo
The Ladies" Auxiliary county In
itiation at Indianapolis, when Mrs.
James O'Dounell was hostess,
proved most successful, 'seventy
five new members" being received
into tho order.
A barbercue, tug-of-war, a Ver
dun contest and a Bubmarino com
petition are a few of the features
announced for tho annual reunion
of Division 2 of'San Francisco, tho
banner division of the coast.
A new division has been insti
tuted In the Annunciation parish,
Buffalo, Mouslgnor Biden, tho pas
tor, made an eloquent plea, saying
he hoped every Jive Irishman of
his flock would become a member
and make this tho banner division
of the city.
OOOD FERRY IULTj.
Thomas F. Swift and company
will headline the bill in tho theater
at FontaJno Ferry 1'arK commencing
with the matinee Sunday afternoon.
He will present a musical . skit
called "Me and Mary," and his
supporting company includes Hazel
Kelley and Frou Erou Jacques.
A combination of melody, dancing
and jollity Is promised in tho act of
Ray Dboley, until recently a feat
ured member of the Metropolitan
Minstrels. In Emma Francis, who
returns after quit an absence, one
of vaudeville's most graceful and
accomplished dancers will bo seen.
Reputed to bo tho greatest, card
and coin manipulator in tho vorld.
Lelpslg will occupy a prominent
position on tha bill. Archie Onvi
rounds out the' programme with his
juggling novelty. Bathera are ad
mitted to the park free at all times,
Slg. Natiello Is delighting patrons
with the excellence of his pro
kTumiqet A new attraction, com
mencing Sunday, will be a pony
MONSTER MONUMENT OF VON
This gigantic .figure of Von
is forty-thre feet high. Two
driven Into It. The nail driver
track placed there for tho enjoy
ment of children and grown-ups
alike. The coupons given with all
gate tickets sold t6 the park after
6 o'clock each evening are good for
adjnlsslon in either, the theater or
The funeral of James P. Smith,
1427 South Sixth street, wa3 held
Tuesday morning from St. Louis
Bertrand's church. Deceased had
lived here for .fifty years and was
long engaged in the printing busi
'ness and was a member of the
Typographical Union. Surviving
him are a wife and .a son, Kelly
John Herberger. thirty-eight
years old and son of the late Peter
and Reglna Herberger, died Sunday
afternoon at his home, 716 'South
Shelby street, being ill only a few
days. His funeral was held Wednes
day morning from St. Martin's
church, of which ho had been a life
long member. Surviving him are
Peter Herberger and two other
Funeral services for William P.
Lenlhan, one of the best known
railroad clerks In the city, wore
held from Holy Name church Mon
day morning, attended by a large
number of mourning friends. He
resided at 4G10 Haldeman avenue
and fell victim to dread tuberculosis.
Besides his wife he leaves a child,
his mother, two sjsters and three
The funeral of Henry Ahmann
took place Friday morning from tho
family residence, 1018 Dumesnll
street, at 8:30 o'clock, and from
St. Louis Bertrand's church at 9
o'clock. He Is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Louise Ahmann (nee
Boeschle), seven children, Mrs.
William S. Jenkins, Mrs. John J.
HInes, Fred, William, Frank, John
and Benjamin Ahmann.
Mrs. Nora McFarland, beloved
wife of Thomas McFarland, the
well known grocer, lled Tuesday
morning at her home, 2923 Alford
avenue, and the 'news caused wide
spread sorrow among her friends.
Besides her husband she leaves six
children, to whom is tendered the
sympathy of a wide circle of ac
quaintances. The funeral was held
Thursday morning from St.
Michael's church, of which tho de
ceased had long been a member.
After a long Illness and pre
pared for the summons Patrick J.
Hourlgan, fifty years old and a
well known machinist, passed away
Wednesday evening at his home,
1215 Hull street. Surviving him are
a sister, the wife of Lieut. John J.
Maloney, of the police department,
and three daughters, Miss Sarah
Hourlgan, Mrs. P. A. Duddy and
Sister Mary Clotus. Tho deceased
was held in high esteem and his
death Is mourned by a wide circle
of friends and acquaintances.
LIFE AN EXAMPLE.
Patrick Finegan, a well known
resident of the Dominican parish,
died Tuesday looming after a lin
gering illness at the home of his
nlecps, Mrs. Harry T. Fischer and
Misses .Mary and Nelllo Finegan,
1039 South Sixth, street. Mr, Fine
gan was sixty years of ago and
during his early career took a prom
inent part in the affairs of the Re
publican party, being a member of
the Old Guard, and served as Super
intendent of the Stamp Department
of the Postoffice under the admin
istration of Postmaster John Bar
rett and was tho first purchaser of
stamps in the new Postoffice. Later
on ho served as Deputy Jailer under
tho late Dick Watts, and after that
returned to work at his trade of
machinist in the L. and N. shops.
Mr. Finegan led a clean, whole
some life, and during his long
career never earned the enmity or
anyone, being fair and just in all
of his dealings, political and other
wise-. He Is, survived, uy ono
brother, Jc-Hn Finegan, of tho
Louisville' Water -Cotnpany; one
nephew, Thomas Finegan; four
nieces, Mrs Peter Jennings, Mrs.
Harry T. Fischer, Misses Mary and
Nellie Finegan. The funeral took
placo Trom ISt. Louis Bertrand's-
church Thursday morning with a
solemn high requiem mass at 9
o'clock. Verylltev. Father Crpwley,
celebrant; Rev." Father Clark, dea
con; Rev. Father Lyons, sub
deacon. ACADEMY AWARDS.
The following awards were made
'at Holy Rosary Academy: Mrs.
Ruth Campbell, of Indianapolis, em
broidered, lunch set; Mr. M. C,
Elder, 616 Park avenue, oil palut
Ing,' Mrs. JoMphine Hoertz, 932
East Madlaon street, 'hand painted
HINDENBURG FOR CHARITY.
Hlndenburg, built of alder wood,
million nails are expected to be
purchases either Iron, gold or silver
EHTS OF COLUMBUS.
Late News That Will Interest
Members Here and Else-
'Cincinnati Council vofed J20Q' to
tho Archdlocesan Seminary fund.
Omaha Knights will march in
the Fig day parade next Wednes
day. Five hundred Knights assisted at
tho Initiation of forty-five new mem
bers at Dunlap, Iowa.
Following the Initiation on Sun
day at New Lexington, Ohio, 500
were served at a oanquet.
The Knights of Galveston, Texas,
now occupy their new $30,000
building on Postofilce street.
Missouri Knights have pledged
110,000 for the erection of a Cath
olic student home ut Columbia.
Tho New York State convention
was held In Buffalo, opened with
mass In St. Joseph's Cathedral.
With the Initiation of fifty-four
candidates ' the membership at
Greeley, Neb., has been raised to
One thousand visitors witnessed
the conferring of the third degree
on a class of over 100 at Blng
hamton. Iowa has now 15,000 members.
When the first State convention was
held in 1902 the membership was
There were lip initiates Into
the fourth degree, the most suc
cessful exemplification Indianapolis
Last Sunday there was an in
itiation at Washington, Iud., and
another will take place tomorrow
Monday night last week tho 21G
newly elected members of tho fourth
degree were given a banquet at the
club house In Milwaukee.
Central Kansas has been doing
vigorous work. Initltlons af Salina,
Manhattan, Abilene and St. Paul
havo added much strength to the
Tho Iowa State Council appro
priated ?3,000 tor educational pur
poses In that State and a like sum
for the entertainment of the su
preme convention at Davenport.
The most successful event In tho
annals of the Knights of Colum
bus, Ohio, was tho exemplification
of the fourth for a class of 121
representative men. Tho ceremon
ies were Inspiring, Instructive and
"The will of tho late Edward J.
Burke, night chief of the Western
Union Telegraph Company, whose
death occurred two weeks ago, pro
vides for the payment of $1,000
for masses for tho repose of the
souls of tho testator, his wife and
The above appeared as Louisville
news In ' last week's Catholic Tele
graph, and is so mixed as to be
without excuse. Tho late Edward
J. Burke, who long ago was Night
Chief of Police here, died over a
year ago In Rochester, whore he
had made his home for some timo.
Tho Night Chief of tho Western
Union, who died hero May 19, was
Patrice F. McCarthy, whose wife
oon and daughter survive him.
ON LONG TRIP.
k The Louisville ball club begins
tho first of its away from home
series at St. Paul today, from there
going in turn to the three other
Western cities Minneapolis, Mil
waukee and Kansas City.. The club
should more than break even, as St.
Paul and Milwaukee should prove
easy picking, while an even break
ought to be gotten at the other two
towns. The hardest feature of the
trip is that live games are In a row
at Minneapolis and Cantillon's pitch
ers are going great guns at pres
ent. The Colonels are in great
shape and it Is believed that Man
ager Clymer wljl stand pat on his
present lineup. Platto in the field
is an Improvement over Farmer and
no other change Is necessary. Fans
aro Indignant at the suggestion of
removing Red Corridon front third.
as his fielding Is the best In tho
league- and his batting, if' not extra
great just' at present, is sure to
TN'I FOR NEW HOME.
Sisters of St. Martin last Satur
day purchased forty-six acres of
land near Melburn from Mrs. Belle
Aiyler&os.for $18,500. The Sisters'
quarters are at present 'in Newport.
They purchased the property with
the expectation of building a new
Garden Hose; a 50-foot, 5-ply,
guaranteed Garden Hose; com
plete, on hardwood bent hose
reel and combination bra'ss.
spray nozzle; price $l.8U
Tennis Rackets; Spauldlng Ten
nis Rackets; former values up
'to $5.00; your cholco at,
Perfection Oil Cook Stoves
Two-burner size $7.00
Three-burner size $10.30
Motor Washing Machines; oper
ated by water pressure by at
taching a small hose to kitchen
faucet; regular price $15; on
sale at '. $12.50
Screen Doors; three-panel walnut
stained doors; size 3x7 feet;
price, each.jL $1.00
Polishing Brushes; for polishing
wax floors; weight 25 pounds;
price, each $2.00
Lawn Swings; made of hard
wood; In 4-passenger size;
price, each $3.80
Toilet l'nper; made of a good
quality tissue; price, 10 rolls
Now For the
fZZ MADE WITH s
CLEANING AND DYEING CO.
426 S. Fifth St.
Our workmanship Is positively tlio best in the city, and backed
up by a house of long standing and financially responsible.
Our" service not equaled.
AUTOS AND TAXIS FOR HIRE
Give us a trial for first-class service. We are as
close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and
night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable
chauffeur our specialty. Give us a call.
Chawk & Smith Auto Co.
SEVENTH, NEAR BROADWAY.
Botk Phones 2300.
WE'LL FIX THAT FAN FOR YOU
AND DO THE WORK QUICKLY AND RIGHT
Belter look over your fans NOW and let um repair (he
ones which need it BEFORE IT GETS REALLY HOT.
GUILDERS ELECTRIC CO.
Where the QuicR
Where tho home
Where tho work
Where tho meal
Where tho range stands
That's where the
"Quick Meal" comes
Quick Meal Gaa Hansen Sold, Installed and Highly Recommended
GEHER & SON,
Th? Best Straight Whisky On Earth
JNO. T. BARBEE & CO.
"-' ,'. --....- INCORPORATED
Sole Owners Registered Diat. No. 32
Main Office and Salesroom, 726-730 West Main Street
Lawn Moui'is; these are higli
grado, ball-bearing mowers;
sizes 16 and .18 inches; reg
ular price to $5.39; special
price, each $4.80
Ten Kettles; made of pure alumi
num In No. 8 size; on sale at,
42.n!eco Dinner Sets; made of
American porcelain and deco
rated with two" gold lines;
price, per set $2.08
Motor Bykes; sell regularly for
$35,00; on sale Monday at,
the special price $32.50
Kitchen Sets; with white enamel
finish; the set comprises a
bread box, cake box, flour can,
sugar canister, coffee canister
and tea canister; price for
tho outfit. $i.4o
Berry Bowls; In imitation cut
glass; an 8-Inch size; at
each i 03,,
Electric Irons; in which the
heating coll Is positively guar
anteed against any defects or
imperfections; each $2.08
t IWfrl-frH-frKM .
ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account
with this safe, conservative, Sixty-one-year-old
Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more
at any time. We add absolute safety and 3
per cent. No cost to you whatever.
The same courteous attention given the
depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000.
German Insurance BanK
Under the Big Clock Second and Market
Slate Government Sapervision.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
Butterfly Candy Shop
Hjs nwtd from 520 to 524 south Fourth An.
when Its FRESH HIGH GRADE PURE FOOD CANDIES
cib bs had as ot htntofen.
WATCH FOR DATE OF OPENING
Hmoi Pheiu City 8684 Cumb. rfioni Main 3Uf
Palm Beach Suits
333 WEST MAIN STREET
Meal Comes In
Whcro work is quickly
Whcro cooking seems
Where baking gives de
light; Where drudge- is out of
That's where the
"Quick Meal" comes
W. MARKET ST.