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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.
We Qive and Redeem Surety Coupons.
For Women, Misses and Girls
World's Series Popularity Contest
TWIN CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE
This coupon, good for one vote, to be counted for
Club or Position ,
whom I consider the most popular member or the
Following is the roster of tho ter, Kllloran. Cheater, Mclntyre, J. Scully, E.
Twin Citv Baseball League, each Knights of Columbus B. Schulte, Flynn. Henry, O'Laughlln, Finne-
of whom Is entitled to enter the Melcher, Frantz, Mattlngly, Bohan- gan, T. Scully, W; .Murphy, -J. Mur-
Kentucky Irish American's World's ion, Ceresi, Madden, Curley, Bos- phy, C. Vpss, G. Klier.
series contest the first coupon for meyer, Kenealy, Hamilton, Ham- Trinity Council Shadburn,
which appears in this issue: mond, Joo Murphy, F. Weber, Clines. Kaiser, Moore, Bosler, Bluel,
Imperials Fussenegger, Traeger, Mackin Council C. Eilers, Thorn- Sprunk, Donnelly, Sandman, D.
Bosler Aulbach, Murphy, Haag, ton, Schleman, It. McGrath, Morris, Cummlngs, B. Cummlngs, Hagner,
Eschm'an, R. Pontrlch, E. Harrlgan, Warren, Lally, L. Meisner, Davis, Branagan, J. Carraro, W. Stammet-
Elpers Ohlle, Renn, Weber, Con- Hafner, Conley, Schene, Scheckler, man, Schwind, Neumeyer.
hers F Stelr Voor, Kraemer, Ed- Cronan, Atwell, Larkin, McDonough. Champs Hack, Trager, Gill
elen ' Clienoweth, McDermott. Bertrands R. Haragon, L. Hara- Brownflold, Ott, Liebcr, N. Murphy,
Orioles Kuebert, Sieger, G. gon, Finn, Westerinan, Higgins, Clegg, O'Brien, Curran, M. Hogan,
Weber E Pfaffinger, C. Weber, E. Burke, J. Murphy, Clifford, Polin, Delehanty, Jack Sheehan, Lapallle,
Pfafflnger,' Sooder, Koehler, Loefller, Hlnes, Rus3, House, Meagher, Car- Coleman.
Wiedmelr. McCabe, Baumgarten, ney, Fitzgerald, Bloomer, C. Flynn. Officers Capt. Frank Reichert,
Schmoetzer, Reiter. Willinghurst, Olympics J. Murphy, Lovett, Dal- Edward J. Wolfe, E. Steinbock,
Schott, J. Hogan, Temberley, Ches- ton, Fries, M. Logan, J. Deeken, Thomas D. Clines.
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"Titles of the Blessed Virgin"
Short Meditations on tho Litany of Loretto.
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Tomorrow morning at o'clock
there will be a Levitlcal high mass
at St. Philip Nerl church with sol
emn 'communion and blessing of the
children of the eighth grade, to
)o followed by benediction. Tho
Irst mass on thin Sunday will bo at
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Division 1 will meet next Thurs
Frank Byrne, of Division 4, la
still laid up with a fractured limb.
The County Board will meet next
Wednesday evening at . Bertrand
Sixteen new members have just
been received Into the Ladles' Aux
iliary at Crawfordsvlllo Ind,
Over 1,500 delegates are expected
to attend tho national convention
of the Ladles' Auxiliary In Boston.
Don't forget the lawn euchre and
lotto of the Hibernian Social Club
on June 29 at the home of Division
William Clines was obligated at
the meeting of Division 4 and the
application of D. J. Hlnes wris re
ceived. Division 4 will have two memorial
masses said for the deceased Irish
revolutionists at the Dominican
Division 2 of San Francisco will
celebrate its forty-sixth anni
versary tomorrow with a great re
union at Glen Park.
Mike McDermott observes that as
often as Mike Welsh has taken tho
wrong hat In n gathering the hat
is invariably a good one.
Attorney William P. McDonogh
wiir lecture to tho members of
Division 3 Monday evening on tho
new workmen's compensation law.
All tho State officers of tho
Ladles' Auxiliary attended the mon
ster memorial meeting of the
Friends of Irish Freedom in Syra
cuse. Stato President McBrecn and
State Secretary Broderlck will bo
hero tomorrow to discuss plans for
the coming State convention with
tho local officers.
In celebration of their twenty
first anniversary tho Ladles' Aux
iliary of Milwaukee Initiated fifty
candidates last Sunday, after which
a banquet was served.
National President McLaughlin
has been nominated for Congress-man-at-largo
on the Republican
ticket In Philadelphia. The nom
ination is equivalent to an election
Boston is now ready for tho
national convention. During the
week's stay of the delegates there
will be harbor excursions, trips to
the north and south shores, trips
to the historic spots which make
Boston and its vicinity interesting
and banquets with oratory and
A letter from Mrs. Ellen Ryan
Jolly, the National President of the
Auxiliary, to Miss T. B. Tlerney,
National Director, of New Orleans,
states that Senator Broussard, of
Louisiana, has promised to present
the bill for the memorial to tho
nuns of the battlefield in the Senate
The Ladies' Auxiliary of New Or
leans Is grateful to Rev. Father
Larkin, of the Church of the Holy
Name of Mary, and the Holy Cross
Bisters for tho courtesy and hos
pitality extended on the occasion
of the visit of tho order to Algiers
to attend the requiem mass offered
up by Father Larkin for the reposo
of the souls of the Irish patriots.
MAP OF SEA BATTLE.
Scene of great naval battle In tho North Sea between the German and
BrltlBh ileets. Tho map shows the line taken by the Kaiser's warships
when they issued from the Kiel headquarters up to the point of
TWIN CITV LEAGUE.
KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS
Late News That Will Interest
Members Here and Elsewhere.
The largest crowd that ever wit
nessed an amateur ball game in
this city since the days of the old
Gays-Cherry games on tho Point
was present at tho game between
the Champs and K. of C. in tho
Twin City League last Sunday, and
n11 ..,n-n ....nil .n..l.l fn. .tint. nt.
J, .,,!.,.. mu -. !,.. ii,r,J Paikston, S. D has
went by' without a score, then the Hj"gh n nne cIaSS f
Knights, with the assistance of a ,. ; ...
couple of errors by O'Brien and1, Union Council of Syracuse now
Hogan mixed with a few hits, leads, tlle Empire State' with 1,345
brought In three runs. Another,! me'nUers-
error made by Newman Murphy, Some 500 Knights marched in
coupled with a hit by Hamilton, the, "Preparedness" parade at
gave the K. of C. what looked like Springfield, Ohio.
a sare leau or rour runs. Tiie iiuuui eigmy candidates received
Champs came to life in the fifth the degrees at the sixth Initiation
with a homo run by "Bud" O'Brien,
over which there was some dispute
on account of the crowd in right
field, this giving them three runs.
as two were on base at the time. I
Bossmeyer's error, coupled with hits
by Delehanty and Hack, gave the
Champs two more In tho next.
O'Brien's double and Madden's
error gave them another In the
seventh. The K. of C. got another
pcore In the ninth, due to
Kenealey's double, and forced "Old
Reliable" Brownfield to use every
thing he had in reserve, securing
three strikeouts In this Inning.
Harrlgan and Cerlsi both pitched
cood ball, but wore given poor
support at critical stages. In the
other names Mackin beat Bertrand
0 to 7, Orioles beat Imperials 13
to 7 and Olympics trimmed Trin
ity fl to 1. The standing to date:
Clubs W. L. Pet.
K of C 8
Champs ...a........ 8
Rerf rands 4
Friends of the Twin City League
boys are busy in behalf of their
respective favorites In the world's
baseball series popularity contest
and many nice things are being
said about tho enterprise of tho
Kentucky Irish American In giving
the opportunity for two members
of this strictly amateur organiza
tion to witness tho year's baseball
classic. Tho two receiving the
highest number of votes will be
sent to the world's series with all
expenses paid. Twenty votes for
each new subscription,, ten votes
for each renewal subscription, and
one vote by ballot printed in pa
per. Tho following Is tho standing
to June 14, in Subscription votes,
exclusive of clipped ballots:
Haragan, R Bertrands 50
Steinbock, Scorer 30
Kenealey, K. of C 30
Hogan, Champs 20
Morris, Mackin 20
Burns, Scorer 20
Thornton, Mackin .-. 20
Pontrlch; R Imperials 20
Scully, J Olympics 10
Kllloran, Orioles 10
Schulte. B., K. of C .'. 10
Harrlgan, Imperials 10
Lally, Mackin : 10
Burke, Bertrands 10
Coleman, Champs 10
CiresI, K. of C 10
O'Brien, Champs 10
HIgglns, Bertrands 10
Murphy. W., Olympics ... 10
Voor, Imperials 10
Stammerman, Trinity 10
Cronen, Mackin 10
Chester, Orioles 10
Eschman, Imperials 10
Donnelly, Trinity. 10
Dalton, Olympics 10
at New Lexington, Ohio.
There were 420 delegates In the
New York Stato convention, repre
senting 210 councils.
Last Sunday between forty and
fifty new members came into the
order at Longmont, Col.
During tho Now York State con
vention at Buffalo 200 members
received tho third degree.
Sunday was a big day for the
Knights or Qulncy, 111., when they
had a big initiation and banquet.
The Knights of Alliance, Neb.,
aro elated over the addition of
twenty-four new members to their
The Knights or Jerseyvillc, III.,
had a glorious celebration when
they initiated sixty candidates Into
'Bishop Gunn addressed the
Knights at Jackson, Miss., on the
occasion of the initiation of over
There was a large gathering to
witness tho initiation last Sunday
at York, Neb. There were forty
Four now councils were insti
tuted in New York Stato the past
year. Tho net Increase in member
ship was 3,119.
Red Wing, Minn., will bo tho
scene of a big initiation June 25.
The third was given a largo class
at Shakopeo on Sunday, and there
will be another at Morris on the
State Deputy James J. O'Brien,
of Lexington, and Hon. M. J.
Hennessy, of Maysville, were honor
guests of Carrel, Newport and
Kehoe Councils at the Joint Initia
tion at , Covington on Wednesday
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X of voile and organdie; trimmed
T with lace, insertion, medallions,
fancy edges, buttons and em
broidered effects with sashes and
t girdles of colors and all white;
p all made In the latest designs;
the skirts are shirred, plaited,
some with the new tunic and
White Wash Skirts; women's
and misses' skirts; made of
white gaberdine and finished
with belt, yoke and pockets,
and trimmed with pearl but
tons; worth $1.95; on salo
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made of piques, plain and
fancy weave gaberdines and
many other new wash skirt
fabrics; they are fashioned In
the newest models with fancy
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$2.95 to $9 99
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piain colors ana all white; some
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skirt and striped coat or strlDed
skirt and plain color coat; also 4
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Girls' Wash Dresses; made of
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showing these sweaters In all $
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sashes to tie or in middy
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sizes; specially priced from
$1.11 down to $2.88
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The same courteous attention given the
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Butterfly Candy Shop
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whers Its FRESH HIGH GRADE PURE FOOD CANDIES
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The closing exercises of the
Ursuline Academy, East Chestnut
street, will take place Monday
evening, when an artistic pro
gramme will be rendered. Follow
ing the coronation of graduates and
conferring of diplomas Very Rev.
George W. Schuhmann will deliver
UPHOLDING ITS STANDARD.
. Philip Nerl school, will be given
" , b, the ohlldren at night in Wlnd-
"11 .. TT.H 1 .!..!. l IT. JC
moral nan, ueaiuuiug si 1 ,i,
Those of the higher grades will
nrwent "Heroines of tho Revolu
tion." and there will be songs
drills, minuets and patriotic recita
tions and a grand finale by the
A bill giving promise of uphold
ing the standard of vaudeville that
has been presented each week in
tho theater at Fontaine Ferry Park
is that announced for the week
beginning with tho matinee to
morrow. Programmes of unusual
excellence have been offered this
season and it is the firm intention
of tho management to continue
presenting this class of entertain
ment. The pony track is fast be
coming the children's headquarters,
as the wee tots are always around
the track and take tho keenest
delight in watching the little pontes
trotting around the enclosure. Tho
automatic electric baseball game
continues to Increase its popularity
with lovers of the national game.
Coupons given with all gate tickets'
are good for admission to either
About 200 members were present
at the meeting on Monday night,
after which a smoker was held In
honor of tho newly-elected mem
bers. Much business was trans
acted during the course of tho meet
ing. B. J. Osterholt reported every-
tning in reatliness for the moon
light ride on the steamer Homer
Smith on Wednesday evening, June
21, and extended an invitation to
all the members and their friends
urging them to make the trip. As
previously announced, the picnic
planned for July 13 at Fern Grove
has been cancelled owing to the
fact that the steamer Pilgrim, now
under construction, will not be com
pleted by that time. Trinity will,
however, arrange for some other
outing during the summer months
for the entertainment of Its mem
bers, their families and friends. Ar
rangements are being perfected for
the annual excursion to Mammoth
Cave on Sunday, .September 3, by
tho following committee: P. J.
Sandman, D. J. Hennessy, Dr. J. B.
Voor, A. G. Schneider. P. E.
Bowling, BenMlnsterketter and Ed
Zehnder. During the course of the
evening James B. Kelly, who was
Chairman of tho Voluntary Mem
bership Campaign recently con
ducted, made the presentation
speech in awarding the prize of
fered by Attorney Merit O'Neal to
the booster team who secured forty
new members during the campaign.
The prize is a beautiful white satin
banner, with the Inscription thereon
in red and green carrying out the
council's colors. Besides showing
thereon the nature of the contest,
etc., the names of the five members
composing the team are found. Capt.
Ed Zehnder acknowledged tho gift
on behalf of the booster team and
pledged himself and the other mem
bers to enter another contest when
ever arranged. One round of ap
plause after another was given tho
team on the excellent work dono by
them. Tho other members of the
team are Louis Clephas, Tom Mur
phy, George Hoffman, B. Gratzer.
Our workmanship is positively tho best in the city, nnd backed
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automobile Sunday evening, suffer
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