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6 THE INTERHOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC AUGUST 29 1903
LIo Of DfNVm I I I
CITY OF DENVER
News Gleaned nA11 Over the
State
Special Correspondence
I There can scarcely be imagined a
ii re impressive sigHt than that wit
11 sed Sunday after Sunday at the little
xvJ under a broad
u xvn of Manitou w ere
sacrifice of the mass
i pen tent the holy
i offered In the presence of hundreds
vf devout worshipers Xor is the con
relation limited by any means to
Catholics Tourists of every denom
ination find the spot irresistible and
I aftera hard week of sightseeing antI I
mountain climbing a little religion of
the simple sort is quite welcome The I
tent is in the shade of a lofty moun
tain and not so very far from the foot
of Pikes Peak on the lawn surrounding I
what was once the pretty little ChurcH
of Our Lady of Perpetual Help It
will be remembered that a few weeks
asro fire completely destroyed the pretty j
I structure and left the congregation
without a place of worship Kindly
tlisposed ministers of other denomina
tions immediately tendered their tem
ples but the pastor Hex Andrew B
i asey had a more unique plan on foot i
i It was impossible to leave the congre
gation without the ministrations of
I their holy religion while the church
was in process of rebuilding and so a
jlionster tent was rented and inside
uere arranged the pews which ha1
been rescued from the old building A
1 pretty little altar was erected and to
this the Blessed Sacrament is brought
on Sundays During the week it is kept I
at Montcalme sanitarium just back of
the church A choir of unusual quality I
has been proided and at high mass
on Sunday the music is an especial
ftature It isah inspiring sight to
watch the tourists crowded in kneeling
posture out on the rocks in frant of
the tent heartily joining in ail the
prayers Last week a fair was held
for the building fund for the new
thurch and the tourists lent heart
cooperation The raffles were a splen
did source of money and went off satisfactorily
I
isfactorily
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It is expected that in two weeks the
IIPW marble altar for St Marys ca
thedral at Colorado Springs will arrive
and will be immediately set up The
altar was ordered some weeks ago and
the congregation has since been eager
Jx l anticipating its arrival It will be
a handsome affair and will be fully
equipped
Opening of St Marys School
The parochial school of St Marys at
Colorado Springs which was opened a
far ago is attracting an amount oC
attention from the thousands of tour
Jsts J who summering in that city
The school is large and commodious
and is the only parochial school in the
Springs Although it is but a year old
f has already attained a reputation
I fof the thoroughness of its methods
and is one of the educational prides of
the diocese of Denver The building
was crowded last year and so it has
I brn deemed advisable to have th
children who wish to enter register
early in order that they may gain ad
mittance Announcement has been
made that nonCatholic children of
reputable character will be admitted
4 upon the payment of a small monthly
sum but that in case the school is I
crowded at its opening and unable to
> < ommodate all who send in applica
l 1 > ns the preference will be given to
HIP children of parents who are prac
liral Catholics and members of SL
Marys cathedral parish Tlie school
will open on Sept S and will as usual
be in charge of the Sisters of Loretto I
News and Personal
News comes from Georgetown that
Rev Michael W Donovan who was
pntly appointed to the pastorate of
that city is doing splendid work among
his congregation I is a source of
easure to the young priests many
iJrnxer friends who have manifested
an interest in his labors The church
iz flourishing in the little mountain
tIn Father Donovan passed the most I
successful examination of any priest
exer ordained for the Denver diocese
The members of the minatores or
< nandorum of the diocese are enthu
fa tlc in their praise of him and Rt
Ke Bishop Matz has also expressed
hi = pleasure
The confirmation class for the chi
dn of St Marys cathedral parish at t
> lorado Springs will be formed im
mediately after the opening of the fall I
rm of school Confirmation will be
uei by Bishop Math to the children L
< I Oct 25 Adults of the parish will L
I receive the sacrament on the same day
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The choirs of the city are busily en
Kigfd at present in getting ready for
V celebration of high mass Few
Ijdnges will be made in the personnel I
I inx of the choirs and they will be i
w to the usual high + standard
Tin Catholic schools of the city will
PI their fail term on Sept 8 with the
s lll large attendance The buildings
Mvr been renovated
c ben and made ready
1 I Jt new term Sister Mary Carlos
1 1 i ontlnue as superioress of the Im
T < uate Conception 4 school
Ti v AViflrew B Case of Manitou
1 iq in Denver for three days last
flfJc J looking after the plans for the
f r < t ion of his church
4
fl4 v Hugh L MrMenamin of Colo
a1 < I Springs was in Denver 0 week
1 Mf Tame r Brown with her moth
er AirK Tobin and her daughter Miss
HrII r Brown will leave in a few days
f IJpuwood < Springs where they will
sf for a week Mrs Tobins health
healh
< = lightly
ht improved Mrs Brown en
+ r < d mcd at luncheon at her summer
1 m during the week for Mrs Wheel
of Fort Logan and on Friday Miss
Prov n had the younger society set out
f A ora Lodge
f
Mrs Ullliam Delleker is summering
s havnee Loge and is entertaining
a number of Denver people there
4
Mis Caldxvell Teaman entertained at
s r d
elegantly appointed
anty luncheon on
T1 irpday < j i
A I
Mr Thomas H A McGill city editor
or thp Denver Times is spending two
1 rrjB in Salt Lake i City
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MJVS Lillian HUrd of the cathedral
an = h is
visiting at Shawnee Lodge
> th Mrs Delleker With her is her
f etoj Mrs L A Davis
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j ms OFarrell the Ister of Father
C rm lius OFarrell arrived last xveek
frmii Ireland to make Denver liei home
J w Farrell is at present the guest
Ms Harrington at 1251 Clarkson
rt She is a bright and attractive I
jung woman and will undoubtedly
I wi undoubted
r JIP a number of friends while in
whie
Dr nxfi
4
Miss Mary ORourke spent last week
f < orado > Springs
I 0ado where she was a
gIt of Mrs John Scanlon
Miss Mamie Qwlnan 4 who is rusticat
ing in CImarronColois expected to
turn to her home about Sept 1 With
I1 I 1 r rtill come Miss Mamie Conl yof
ripple Creek who xvill visit in Den
i rr for some weeks
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The new St Vincents orphanage
tx h1li was opened with such ceremony
a week ago is noxvTilled almost to its
rapacity as nexr arrivals are being re
t ived daily Funds are badly needed
for the current expenses of the Insti
j tution and j Is hoped that charitably
L
t
> k
inclined friends will offer assistance
soon
I
The first high mass at Logan avenue
chapel l xvill be on the first Sunday In
September if the weather is not too
I arm Rehears sYl as usual take
place on Friday evenings Persons who
do not expect to attend rehearsals regu
larly might as xvell remain out of the
choir
YOUNG DENVER AUTHORESS
Annes Reward by Catherine H
Brady aged 12
This is what appears on the title page
Q a new book which has just come out
n Denver The yottng authoress is a
Denver girl who is very ambitious to
succeed and she Is receiving many en
comiums from her friends for her work I
The book is a neat little brochure oC
twenty pages printed on heavy cream
Impel and oound In green and was is
sued from the press of the Reed Pub
lishing company of Denver r
I is a simple little tale of some inei
dentsjn the lives of txvo musical girls
The scene Is laid near Paris and the
story is told in clear terse and
xxiViout the many ornaments of style
which amateur work is so apt to dis
play
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FLORENCE COL
Simon P Smith Jr and Miss JenniV
McShane both of Williamsburg were
married Friday morning of last week
the Rex Father Edmunds of Florence
officiating Immediately after the cere I
mony which xxas witnessed by a larg
circle of friends and acquaintances the
newly married pair took the noon trn n I
on the Denver Rio Grande for a six
weeks honeymoon in California Tlu
bride is the daughter of Thomas MC
Ehane an old resident of Williams
burg The groom is the son of Simon
P Smith member of the firm of Simon
P Smith Sons the large coal oper
ators at Williamsburg
I
OURAY COL
The members of the local Irish Xa
tional Brotherhood club fittingly hon I
ored the centennial of the martyrdom
of Robert Emmet at their meeting last
week The first and most sacred ob
ject of the organization with which the
local club is affiliated is the absolu
independence of Ireland and the estab
lishment of an Irish iepubHc I
LEAVLE COL <
At St Marys school the term begins
Monday next the Mat
The school has
been thoroughly remodeled and th >
pupils will b delighted with the cheer
ful appearance of
everything around
the school
I i1lteIrnoufl1aifl t neWS 1
BUTTE MONT
Captain John Brannigan one of thp
earliest settlers in Butte and who
is well and favorably known to tb
I oldtimers met with an accident in the
ColusaParrot mine which nearly cost
him the sight of his eyes and that he
was not fatally injured is due to his
sense of smell
Captain Brannigan was at one time
in partnership with A W McCune of
Salt Lake and John Caplice of this city
when they secured a contract from the
Anaconda company in 1884 to furnish
the company with 350000 cords of wood I
at 5 per cord I was Captain Branni
gan also who had an option on the j I
famous Anaconda mine when Marcus I I
Daly was about to leave Butte He I j I
asked Mr Daly to take a look at the I
mine and the latter thought so well of I
it that he gave Captain Brannigan
3000 for his option of BIannigi I I
mine and the famous property passed I j i
into the ownership of Daly Haggin and
Hearst I I
T
The party given ot Columbia Gar
dens by William Soallon and Miss Seal
Ion was a pretty a function as could
be imagined About 200 of the guests
bidden attended The spacious dancing
pavilion was elaborately decorated in
the national colors with here and
mere cozy lounging Joges while vari
colored lights lent a beautiful aspect i
to the entire surroundings Th aspec hos
pitable hosts left nothing undone to
add to the complete enjoyment of their
I guests Miss Scallon was assisted in i
receiving the guests bj Ler sister also I
Miss Brown and Mrs Templeman
Some elegant costumes were worn by
the ladies
T
Miss Stella ODonnell captain of the
Parochial basket ball team Butte left
the city to visit her father in Dawson
City Alaska Miss ODonnell will Ie
fss ODonnel iJ re
main in Alaska during the remainder
of the summer and will not returft to
Butte as she will attend school in
Seattle the coming I
Seatle winter
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The home of Michael J Grady was
visited Sunday by a sad accident II
which resulted in the death of Maggie
the 3yearold daughter in a most
frightful manner Little is known be I
yond the finding of Uu little one when
the paients returned from church in a I r
badly burned condition from which she
I died later in the afternoon I
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Special invitations have been issued
by Butte council Xo GGC Knights of
Columbus to attend memorial services
in honor of their dead brother knights e
Services were held Thursday morn
ing Aug 27 at St Patricks church
i At this service a requiem
1 sCriee mass for the
repose of the soul of John W Cotter
was celebrated
Sunday evening Aig 30 memorial
services xviil he held Jn Elks hal In i
Xorlh Main trt I
Arrangements have been completed
by which a number of fine musiralse
0 fne se
lections l xriil be included Following is
the programme in full
Chorus
By Members
Lead Kindly Light Quartette I
J W Thomas R Hobbs Quartete Coup
C F Sully I
I Address
Grand Knight
Murmuring Zephyre
Remarks JenenXiemann Louise McPherson I
John H Curtis
The Vacant Chair Quartette
Oration QU3Ttete
COM F Kelley
Chorus Nearer My God to Thee Quartette Members
Prayer
I
In the roll of dead of the knights are
William Horgan W F Clarkson M
D and John W Cotter
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II I I MISSOULA MONT
Misses Louise and Bertha Ehrdt and
Miss Xellle Sheehan of Anaconda
passed through the city en route to
Hamilton where they will spend a
week at the Ravalli and then return to
Missoula for a two weeks visit with
mends before returning to their home
in the smelter city
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Mrs T A FHzgeraVJ was called to
Chicago by a telegram announcing that
her husband Dr T A Fitzgerald who
left this city a few weeks ago for the
lake shore city was 4 dangerousl ill
Edward H McCarthy and Miss Beat
rice Brown two o Missoulas popular
young persons were united in mar
riage at the Catholic church by Rev
dead Father Palidino After the wed
ding ceremony the couple went to the
home of the brides parents J M
Brown and wife on West Phillips
Kreet where an informal reception was
pton wa
held for a few invited guest
Mr and Mrs McCarthy deported on
kane the afternoon train for a trip to Spa
and from there
acros the Coeur
dAlene lake to Coeur dAlene
Coeul
City and
other
northern Idaho towns
After
a
Afer
wedding trip oJtwoweeks they will
returnto this city tCwetks > i
ia
EMi of the con trailing parties hqve
scores of I
friends
in this city who join
in wishing them all of the happiness
to be crowded into a married life
ANAtlONDA MONT
Thomas Devinc and entire family loft
for an extended trip to Ireland and will
I be gone for some time Mr Devine will
see his family comfortably located
I among friends there and will return to
Anaconda in a short time
4
A marriage license was issued i to
Patrick Brogan and Mies Delia Horan
both of this city
mL +
Sister Mary Zita of Saint Anns hos
pital in this city left for Leavenxvorth
Kan here she xvill remain for some
time While here she had charge of the
I drug department of the hospital
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Varden Frank Conlpy of the Montana
state penitentiary at Deer Lodge is se
liously ill xvith pleurisy He was
stricken three days ago and has been
confined to his home ever since I
I
MILES CITY MONT
Parties returning from the north side
say that the cattle arc being driven
toward town from the Missouri brakes i
by the troublesome horned fly a the I
rangers term it xvhicn attacks the cat
tie early in the morning and stays with
teen an day causing jnem t drill over
the lange and alloving them little time
to graze This is given as one reason
that cattle are not fat as the universal
verdict of the leading cuttlemeii in this
section out is and the market reports beat
PHILIPSBURG MONT
Philipsburg Aug 19Re C l
Aken left for South Butte whither he
has been transferred to Bishop Bron
del Father Van Aken leaves a host
of friends in Philipsburg and Granite
who regret to learn of his departure
The parish here will be temporarily in
charge of Father Phelan of Deer Lodge
until another priest is appointed
BIG TIMBER MONT
Reports from the upper Stillxxater
country say that numerous horses and
cattlle are suffering from poison from
eating the loco weed Horses are ren
dered useless by this poison and have
effect to be killed while cattle die from its I j
IDAHO FALLS IDA I
Special Conespondence
The increase of the congregation was
very apparent last Suiuluy all the seats I
being occupied To stir them up a lit
tle and moie especial for the luke
warm Catholics who are now falling
into line a discourse on eternal punish j I
meat was given xvhich is rather a hot
I subject to tackle at this season of the
I yer
4
II After mass the Ladies Altar society
held a meeting in refcien e to their so
cial whIch xvill take place on Sept U
All expect it wi be veIl pationized
and with the proceeds the pastor ex
I pects to build a handsome belfry
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As an offertory solo during mass
Miss Mabel Collman sang in ner very
pleasng manner Face to Face
4
Rex E Veibrugge of Shoshone will
I be in Idaho Falls during the week He
i xvill be the guest of Mr and Mrs M
Higgins
4
A deplorable accident took place last
week at the sugar factory Overcomo I I
by the heat John Walser fell from the
scaffold some fortyeight feet and
expired shortly afterwards Funeral
services were h lid at the Catholic
church last Saturday and an appro
prlato discourse on the necessity of be
ing prepared was delivered All tht
factory hands attended services The
horal part xvas under the direction of I
Miss 1 Coltman +
The St Patricks congregation at
Rexburg had its first outing last
Wednesday I headed for the Butte
Crater some twelve miles out of town J
where d xery pleasant time was en 1 1
joyed A premium was put upfor thj I
j married ladies race but was vetoed
I by the husbands who had i them
i selves so B J Lavery carried off thi
i honors
I The mission at Rexburg f closed last
Thursday and was very well attended
The nonCatholics were pleased to hear
the teachings of the Catholic church so
clearly explained by the Rex William
Kiess who lef + last Saturday for
home
There will be an early mass next
I Sunday at Idaho Falls The late mass
will be at Blackfoot xvhere the services
xvill be given for the benefit of the
I Germans
4
Mass at St Patricks church Rex
burg will be given by Rex Joseph i
Dryer and on the first Sunday in Sep
tember at Market Lake
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OvvHg to the increase of patronage
Messrs Armstrong and Xeal of tlv
Brooks hotel had to rent nine extri
luoms in the Wright building This
well known house still keeps up i
reputation for courtesy towards tda I
traveling public and your correspond I
ent from peisonal expelielct can tes i
tify to the many sterling qualities of
the pioprietors who ate his personal
friends and are always willing to as
sist him in church maters Catholic
travelers on the days of abstinence
will K sure to find on the luxurious
tables the
lles inhabitants of the briny
deep I C Armstrong for the time
being supervises the Bannock hotel at
Pocatello
Mr George Wicdman our industrious
carpenter returned this xveek from
Goshen where he had completed the
1
finest residence in die valley Scarcely
had he returned when he was engaged
to embellish the interior of the Golden
Rule store
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The rainfall of last week was a great
boon to the farmers In the valley and
all feel happy over i
BOISE IDA
Bishop Glorieux has gone to Portland
to take part in the consecration of Rev
Charles J OReilly as bishop of Baker
Cfty which takes place tomorrow
Archbishop Christie and Bishops Bron
del of Montana and ODes of Washing
ton vi also be attendance Bishop
OReilly xxill have charge of al east
ern Oregon and xvill reside in Baker
City He is 41 years of aere and has
I been a resident of Portland since 1S84
and is greatly beloved by the people
I He is a strong advocate of total ab
stenence and his efforts in Portland
have been regarded by a large follow
ing in that city During his pastorate
til St Marys he has enlisted over 1000
little soldiers to fight under the banner
of God against intemperance Capital
News Aug 23
POCATELLO IDA
I Miss Martha Keenan county superin
tendent of Custer county was in the
city on the way to Boise
Peter Kommisky + fowner resident
of this city and abrother of Mrs Dr
Castle is down from Lima for a day or
two visiting
+
Frank Doughty of thE engineering de
partment of the Short Line returned to
the Gate City from Salt Lake where
he spent Sunday
Misses Margaret McConkay and Mar
the Evans returp2d from Lincoln Neb
today where they have been spending
spending
the summer and will resume their du I
ties as teachers In the High school at
the opening of the term
v L RAMIE WYO
The Albany county and Intermo n
tain Fair association will hold Its
3 oclaton wi is first
annual meeting at Laramie on Sept
22 23 and 24
i
The fair grounds are located one I
mile cast of the Union Pacific railroad
road depot the route to them passing
I through Laramies big business heart
and beautiful residence scenes
i Laramie long known to fame as
The Gem City has had with her
evergroxving beautiful buildings and
ornamental ground bestowed upon
her the later and xxelldeserved sur
f name of Lovely Laramie
I The city is the second in size in the
state while its possession of the mag
nificent state university makes it the
center of Wyoming learning literature
i and < 11
1 Connected with the university arC the
agricultural and state experiment sta
agncultural college and state experi
ment station the energetic and suc
cessful xvork of these institutions aii
nually adding alike to the harvest pro
I ducts and values of the state By the
recent absorption of the grounds and I
buildings of the former government
penitentiary the experiment farm now
numbers 440 acres and furnished with
commodious and effective official and
working quarters In addition to the
addiion
superb irrigation results attained by
the
farm successful experiments are
being chronicled in the introduction of
a long list of dry forage growths
Field peas are displaying a yield of
I two tons of vine growth and heavy re
turn of the pea itself
I
The mangel xvurtzel beet glows 20
tons per acre and is developing ex
i ceplionally valuable properties both I
j I as a beef pioducer and hardener
Laramie has railroad rolling mills
with a capacity of seventyfive tons of
I rails per day and a present monthly
payroll of 15000 a Union Pacific tie
pickling plant xvith seventy employes
a 5000 monthly payroll and this years
turning out of 800000 ties a big stucco
or native plaster mill which is annu
ally heavily adding to its market scope
and locnl wage distribution a largts
and excellent brexvery and is now oip
ganizing a pressed brick syndicate to i
I work clay deposits unexcelled anywhere
The limestone quarries of Messrs
I Angel George in the city suburb
are now sending 100 tons per day of
I this clarifying rock to Colorado beet
sugar plants A railroad spur is noxv
being put in to these quarries and I
I upop its early completion the quarries
will ship seven or eight cars per day
the market of the Laramie rock be
ing lately largely expanded by demands
from Colorado smelters
The Laramie stockyards have just
been moved farther from the city and
are now being increased to a capacity
of 400 cars of stock with twelve load
hug chutes These yards are the larg
est and busiest in the state if not in
the entire west lately handling 63000
sheep In one day a fact which can be
appreciated when it is remembered
that 30000 sheep per day is the high
water mark of the Omaha yards them
selvea The Laramie yards have wide
and wellgrassed pastures attached
and are lOW pulling down a super
series of artesian Wells for stockyard
and pasture watering purposes
The city is negotiating for a mam
rpolh gas light and full plant
Laramie building now in process of
construction or actually arranged for
include the 100000 Abbotsford hotel
being erected by the Van HornMiller I
syndicate the 25000 Laramie Grocery I
company block the 100000 federal
building a 10000 Methodist church
the 25000 Carnegie public library and
a 15000 gymnasium building for uni
versity service and a commodious and
exhaustively equipped county hospital
New residences are springing up
constantly all over the city at costs
ranging from 1500 fo 7000
The Laramie Hahn Peak Pa
cific railroad is rapidly pushing its
construction and has already disbursed
lio60 in Laramie depot and yard
buildings As an earnest of the pro
gress and prosperity > of Laramie is the
fact that the Van HornMiller syndi I
cate alone has in the nest few years
expended millions of dollars with the
I city as the cash
distributing point I
The Laramie railroad shops are busy I
I and are to be largely increased in ca
I pacity it being in significant connec
tion therewith that the Laramie shop
officials and general employes are pur I
chasing and improving Laramie homes
i
SHERIDAN VlO I
The Moncrieffe horse ranch near this
place boasts probably the only Irriga
ton system in the country which is
kept in repair by beavers The reser
voir is formed by a beaver dam and
no one is allowed to molest or harm
the apimals Theyrkeep the dam in
perfect1 repair When the tribe be
comes too numeroun for the reservoir
the beavers themselves compel a cer
1 tain number of their colony to emi
grate and seek a living place else
where The unique reservoir draws
the curiosity of visitors to the ranch
and so accustomed have the animals
become to being watched that they
rarely refuse to appear
CHEYENNE WYO
Mike r Sullivan a Colorado South
ern conductor was killed at Horse
creek The eight train of which he
xvtis in charge was backing down the
HOIe creek divide whEn the caboose
trucl a cow Sullivan and a brake
man were staudfng on a flat car near
the caboose when the jar came and
both l jumped Sullivan fell back un
der the wheels and was badly man
gled The brakeman sustained a badly
sprained ankle but was not otherwise
injured Sullixans body was brought
to Cheyenne His only relative here
is his aged father
c c
Would Lose His Identity
Detroit Free Press
Great were the influences brought to
bear on Eugene Field after he had made
his successes on the Chicago papers The
east wanted him Personal visits from
prominent publishers accompanied by
financial inducements failed to move the I
popular poet Along came Mr Dana of
the New York Sun with such a tempting I i
proposition that Field begged for time to
consider it He refused the offer Julian I
Ralph a very cop frIend of the popt
was astonished that such an unusual of
fer shoul have been Ignored He ques
tioned Mr Field on the subject and
learned the reason
I Are you aware said Eugene Field
candidly that spots on tne sun are in
visible to the naked eye Removed from
the sun those spots would attract more
attention
Old Old Story
Chicago News
Once upon a time there was a lovesick
frog who would awooing go so he dusted
off his irecn coat and proceeded to call
upon a giddy young frogcss who dwelt
in Puddlevillc After swapping some
I small talk and exchanging weather vIews j
exchangIng
he finally got down to business and asked I
I her to double up with him as his leading
lady for the purpose of doing a life stunt
j on the continuous cIrcuit
And what if T should refuse queried
the 1 tantaizing female after the manner
peculiar to her sex
Then darling replied his frogship
there Is nothing left for me to do but
croak
Moral And so they were married and I
lived unhappily ever after
American Seminary in Luzon
Early in October Right Rex D J I
Dougherty the newly appointed Cath
ollc bishop of NeoSegovia province of
Vigan island of Luzon in the Philip
pines will leave for Manila accompa
nied by five priest selected from Phil
adelpllla for duty in the Philippines I
Bishop Dougherty was at the war de
partment last week and had confer
ences with some of the officials there In
regard to his new work
Acting under recent instructions from
the Vatican Bishop Dougherty and Fa
there J J Carroll J B McGinfey J i
McCloskey E Cook and J Farren will
establish I Calhollc college in the
northern part of Luzop for the educa
tion of native Driest for duty in the
Philippines BIshon l Dougherty has
also been instructed by the Vatican to
select certain number of young Fil
ipinos anxious to enter the priesthood
and send them to the United States for I
education at the Catholic university
uJiersi
and at other Catholic schools I
LAIr IRIS WSI i
Dublin Freeman Aug 15 I
J The Third Annual Show of the Carlow
Agrlcullural Society was held on Mon
day in line weather and attracted a
x erj large audience
Drogheda Corporation have passed a
resolution of regret at the death of tlu I
late Father Anderson
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Sir William Marriot is dead He xxas
a brother of Mrs Cross Dripsey COIk j
for whose murder her husband Dr
Cross was hanged sixteen years ago 1
The annual Show under the auspices
of the Co Roscomtnon Agricultural So
ciety was held on Monday at Castlerca
and was very successful
From the general + Idea of the military I
tary maneuvers it appears that Dublin
and Cork have been seined by a host j I
force whose advance inland has to be i
checked by the cavalry brigade on the
Currash
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Captain J De Courcey Hamilton the
new chief of the London fire brigade
is a member of the same family as
Lord Hclmpatrick now a minor xvhose
father the first Baron and formerly
Mr Ion Trant Hamilton repiesented
County Dublin for some years in the
House of Commons Captain Hamilton I
is also a relative of Lord Kinsale
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The sixtyeighth annual report of the I
Waterford District Lunatic asylum for
the year ending December 31 last has
been published The total number of
patients under treatment during the
year xxap 603 The admissions during
the year shoed an increase of 19 Of
the 04 patients admitted 54 were males
and 40 females Of these 44 were clas
sea as incurable on admission Of8
patients discharged 35 were recovered
and 18 improved
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I is stated that the admiralty hap
decided to lay down moorings in
Monksloxxn County Cork Bay for five
warships and for that
purpose are
about to start dredging operations
there I may be remembered that
some time back an admiralty notice
appeared in the Dublin Gazette in
pursuance of which they have acquired
control of the water from Rushbrook to
Monkstoxvn and from Queenstown to
SpIke
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A few days ago a man named Martin
Hickey of Doordss County Galway
proceeded to domineer on the Tipperary
side 01 Iou h Der2 with a hnnt inmi
I 1 of turf He anchored the boat safely I I
about seventy yards from the shore
and was last seen ale by James Col
lins of Urrah Next day his dead
body was found in the water nearthe
boat Mr n X M Gleeson solicitor
coronor held an inquest on the remains
The evidence was to the effect that the
deceased had drink taken and that he
must have fallen from the boat into I
the water A verdict of death from
accidental drowning + was returned
The report of the directors of the
Dublin Wlcklou and Wexford railway
company for the half year ending ir
June last which has just been issued
states that after providing for interest
on Debertura stocks and all other fixed
charges and setting aside
seting a sum of
o501 for expenditure on renewals of
engines and rolling stock and adding
1500 to the general reserve fund a
balance remains of 6537 Is 7d which
the directors recommend should be ap
plied In payment of a dividend on the
six per cent Preference stock under the
companys act of 1S57 leaving a balan
of C37 Is 7d to be carried to next ac
count I
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On Wednesday at Navan Petty Ses I
sions Mr James Vaughy of Wood
Iew Gibstoxxn described as a gentle
man farmer and his coachman Pat
rick Togher were prosecuted for ci
ely illtreating a mare at Navan on
the 1st of July
On Tednesday t the Whitxxorth I
Hal Drogheda an inquest xxas held
by Dr Byrne coronor on the bOdy of
a lad aged five yeas named Peter
Collins whose body was discovered in
the river Boyne that morning by a
man named Patrick Campbell
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Mr Carnegie offers 28000 toward
the establishment of a central free pub
lip library in Dublin pub I
As compared with last l year there is
an increase of 121 in the entries for
the Hone Show this year
In opening the commission for the
county and city of Dublin Mr Jus
tice Wright said he was glad to say
that the county of Dublin continues
to be in a very quiet and contnues state
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At the Commission court on Tues
day the trial was concluded of Francis
E Du Bedat and Eustace Johnson on
the charge of having obtained money
from different persons by falsely rep
resenting that p Portugese concession
at Lourenco Marques in East Africa
xxvut valid Both prisoners were found
guilty and Mr Justice Wright sen i
tenced Du Bedat to four years penal I
servitude and Johnston to twelve j
months
imprisonment
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The Press Association says A cler
ical student named Daniel Bennett a o
native of Groom County Limerick was
drowned oh Saturday evening at Bal
lybunion County Kerry
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On Sunday the new Church of St
Patrick Donabate was solemnly dedi
I cated by his Grace the Archbishop The
Rev John Verdon S J pretichecVat
I tile High Mass and his Grace subst
I quently presided at a public meeting
held to raise funds to clear off a con
siderable debt which still remains on
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the building I
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The torpedo craft maneuvers in the I
Irish sea having concluded the destroy
ers Starfish Syren Porcupine Light I i
xning and Star of the Kingtoxvn fio j
tilla returned to Kingstown on Sat I
urday some proceeding to coal The I j
Fervent which did not go out to sea I
on Friday night owing to a slight mls
luLl toiler machine was also in har
bor All the vessels lieu flags at half
inapt on account of the death of Cap
hula Dodgson +
Tn the Cork police court William B
Farrell trading as the Cork Interna
tional Mineral Water company was
prosecuted at the suit of Messrs A
R Thwaites Co Ltd and Tay
lor Son Dublin for filling their em
bossed trade mark boltles with min
eral water of his own manufacture
Mr T J Smith B I instructed by I
Mr Gerald Byrne solicitor Dublin
appeared on behalf of the complain
ant TIt defendant who was not
represented pleaded guilty and was
fined ns with lOs costs on etch o four
summons
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The excavations which have taken
place at the uninscribed grave In St
Michans churchyard vindicate the re
liability of local tradition which has
persisted in regarding this tomb as the i
last resting place of the bestbeloved
of Irish patriots Robert Emmet The
evidence of Emmets burial was vague
and intangible and historical conjec
ture was conflicting The persevering
investigation of Dr Madden has made
i tolerably certain that the remains
of the young patriot had been privately
removed from Kilmainham and in
terred in Bullys Acre The evidence
also pointed also conclusive i to the
subsequent removal of the body from
Bullys Acre and its interment else
where but there anything like cer
tainty ceased
CIRCUS QUEENS SAD DEATH I
Elizabeth Howard Once as Famous as
Dan Rice Died a Newswoman
Chicago Tribune
There recently died in New Orleans the
onetime queen of the circus Elizabeth
Howard who forty years ago divided
honors with Dan Rice Jn the old days
Miss Howard was easily the most popular I
female performer in the sawdust ring
r but the test twenty years r
spent selling newajiapers 1 r r
l newspaper In 1 it
the soutBern city Timt W t 0
beth Howard received 41i i > 1 z
ute work eacH l1t
1or eact night AI ni 1
of the entire perforaiaiu d t I
her whim as much as th I
grand opera does upon p I I
l I
prima donna During her ij
leans Old Mjss 1 Iowa I I W 1
known to the newsboys
n 1
Pf i
earned about 0 1 t
aUlut cents a J 1
this she was forced t < > n 1
M
in the morning sunmt
bp at Newspaper row at r d
the I
morning
papers wnt
It 1
edition I
H is said that Miss H
New Orleans about two 0
One colI winters mortin d
xxhitphaiml old woiywn x I
Ht the o
papers inlI tl 1
House and Royal streets s I
little table with uunrt nri
was lime to close hr h 1 T
permission of
plrmi1Sion a nearln vt r <
km her table to reshnn 1
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his establishment Th
home to a bare ter < < i
somewhere downtown r
ia fi i
tr After a while sfv
AfEr whie ri
the corner on hpr a
1 wa7 r I
walk She was followvi iu I r
friends and compani < n f a
history of each of th u I > h I
old womans life She a
other 1
corner and she wa
from h > r little stand sh n
for her walk accompany 1 i t
1 r
dogs Sometimes a i huri i
in the personnel of 1J11
o her > fl1 I
of thfm j s
strnp thfm failing xirtin I
cirtent or the doe catcher I s
always six of them r v
There are times when tr
and willing of souls will n i 1
of going out Into the dakn < r
morning and
standing HI t
stiff icy wind that hlnv < 11 I p
the guilt but Miss I K
tle gulf Ilow ri
patient and gentle Vtlp
V11
smiled she bravely fa pl Ilf r
changes it hart for Ill
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work was done she fold > l h r
went away Miss Hmvii 1 w n1
many to have been the
ranr hlve bn mi i 1
most circus g
darirg g wom i t
I i t
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knew She was the flrxn r > r
woman to tumblo thr > uiii 11 r r11n
while her hor e was going it c
lop She could rt Bl
perform
lerforn on u r 1 i
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bars too and
as a dan < P s
Carmeiicfta She hart a r
and power Miss Hrvwif d j r ° e
Id rp
circus for a sinple aeis v < I
starred in a comedy th r > 10
Lotla was successful She a h M w
umph Ivr singing of Lonir t r I
being still fresh in th mmr i t >
an old man But thp Mae > tt
g r
her liking and she soon rt r < i tn r
old love thp night on whl1 v ltl
peared under the big tent h i 1r
to amusement seekers f n m n f
burg and admirers from 1
admlrfrs in 1 1lf 7
Detroit made pilgrimages tn T > P p
vania city to give hcs a w < I n rn
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prop Conceit him may up puff a maX w > h r
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