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mounted constabulary is being
gathered at Enniskillen today,
for trouble is almost certain to
follow the meeting. Troops will
be on hand if needed.
The demonstrations "are not
just to be mere mobs of leaderless
men. Such men as the Dukes of
Devonshire and Abercorn, the
Harquises of- Londonderry and j
Salisbury, Admiral Lord Charles
Beresford, Lord Hugh Cecil and
ex-Solicitor General Sir Edward
Carson will take part in them.
The government .lias threat
ened to prosecute these leaders if
they don't quit stirring, things
up. They have laughed and in
vited the government to start
something and see what happens.
Industry in this city is badly
tied up by the constant fighting
between Catholics and Protes
tants. Dozens have, been serious
ly hurt; two hive heen killed.
Trouble is worst in the ship
yards, where the police are pow
erless, and troops had to be sent
to prevent a real battle.
ONE ORDER OF NUTS
NewvYork, Sept. 17. Mr. .
Brinkerhoff vSanford, San Fran
cisco widow, wanted a romantic
l wedding to Addison C. Angus.
So she dragged Addison to
Fishkill Landing, which is the
railway station for Mattewan
asylum, and got Justice Frank S.
Colwell out of bed. .
Then Colwell,-standing on thel
running board of their auto, in
pouring rain and an electrical
storm, performed the ceremony.
Eggs of different species of
birds greatly differ in shape, but
the yolkS are invariably spherical