y can and’ Arthur 1. Alexander, Corpora-
2 Che Vaeilc Clmemcan.
boniii iu the sullivan case submitted gate him to and out Ihetncr there was outside their own country. when this heyond her and shove her. Her feat him to his ieiiow-countrymen through-
dist-ipiine in the ills departnlent!" are in Ireland. her head in Clinring out Anaericn’
its ilndinss to the Comrnisainntn.
The board suggests that the Commis-
tcllall." iloru that given by them before
Loilllnissioner slddohs at the secret in-
Deiiihlz with Battalion Cniet Charles
B. Proctor. the board declare: that his
that '-ho did not exercise that physical
and mental activity which the duties
or his position can for" at the Ten
cent sroro lira.
‘in thin connection the hoard diretta
attention to the nlressity (or having
In adcduate pension runrl tor Lne F
rolloulng is the report in rail: -
ion r the District
“To the (‘anion er of
many ol,Ihe witnesses before this board
illnered materially [rain 2
the nsvcsslly oi card and lLClll'iC)' in
mailing reports to a superior, and is
"TlllrLl7l"Il’Enlen were permitted to
‘ remain hurietl in the ruins oi the are at
a chief engineer to ascer-
strongly impressed with the necessity
of having provision (or an ndequnta
L-ension iunii for the Fire Department.
' r the present allte ni the law,
[tar years at iaithfui
eatimony oi Battalion
cniei Charles B. Proctor developed the
not that he has endeavored to secure
the violent or legislation recommended
ny his superiors, the commissioners of
the District of colurnhis. in their esti-
mates or appropriations to congress.
His general hearing and testimony h
me this hoard indicate aeriulis insub-
“Fifth-Record oi hearings is lub-
mltted herewith." ,
commissioner Newman said each
member at the hoard would so over the
testimony in the Sullivan use care-
on on the
report or tho tria hoard.
Tho trial board’: reference to Battal-
ion Chief Proctor concerns his alleged
one to have denied I bill provid-
ing ror the promotion oi the superin-
tendent oi machinery to second deputy
The verdict of the trial board com-
-rho Sullivan trial hcgan Feb. 1: and
listed six days. The trial hoard, con-
siating or cnpt. Mark Brooke. Assistant
Engineer comm asionor; tries .
Neshit, Superintendent oi insurance.
and Joseph (2 Sheehy. riinlrrnan at tho
exrlse bani . .
The trial followed a puhlic hearlns
more the Commissioners at which ra-
w. Darr that the deputy chlar be givun
In opportunity in clear hlmselt at tha
charges prerarred against him in the
secret lnvestlgstlon, and keep perfect
..r nnhleinlahed record or thirty-dve
years in tho fire department.
uty cnler sullivan was rel7l!sent-
. ed ilredghter listened without the slight-
: until the edlilce is crowded to-nveriiow
asked Attorney nnrr.
“i say. no. Among all the witnesses,
nurnnerlng iiity-ilve or sixty, who turn
teatllied you have heard but one swear
that the position occupied xo. 6
was dangerous. and that one was Proc-
tor. who knew nothing or conditions
inside tho huildlng, but who was among
. The removal of Proctor
have been rhr tha heat interests or
the department years a o!‘
Attacking the intimation or had Judg-
ment in sending men lo this h n
buiidi lir, Dnrr dwlartd Lhat this
permitted oirlo srgum t 1 era
mine in the District.
Darr ravlcvved chier, Sullivan’:
conduct on the lira grounds and char-
nctsrlzsd him as tho “ever-mindful pub-
c servant." who looked always to the
internists 0 mole Whom he had pro-
tzcied tor thirty-llvo year-a
--l you in the name or the peo-
pin or this District," Mr. Dhrr shouted.
"ii that showed inemciancy?"
rnrongn the whale inquiry the grizzl-
eat trace oi earn an. ar
porntlon Counsel Conrad 11. Syme. can-
an 8 E
ny were in the nrst iionr of the
guilty of inefficiency in all of hi] thirty-
: rney Darr
likewise deiended the deputy and ‘roe
pilot‘! to the Corporation Counsel sly-
rue llndlngs oi the trial hoard have
been submitted X0 the DlStViCI CON-
FATHER ‘S LECTURE.
Noted Ordtor Will Speak in Car-
in All Saints’ Cililrcit-In an
the Gaelic Ravi lil
Father M. J. Plielan‘a sermons are at-
tracung huge audiences at All 5
Church, and hundreds oi
nightly turned away from the doors.
There is no longer any restrictions as
to admission and everybody il admitted
Dr, Phelnn will deliver his nrst pub-
iir lecture, “the spiritual Destiny of the ‘
e." on Saturday evening,
keen interest hy iris
there is little doubt that the large hall
will be mied to the doors. in his mid-
sionary lahors in ire
scollund and An tru s. n
has always nttrnt-Led people or various
races and roll ions.
he distinguished Jesuit kindly cun-
aentedlto give too iallowlng very inter-
esting interview on the Gaelic revival
to a representative oi the press.
u wan my views on the present
position at affairs in Ireland.”
“Well to hegln with the Jesuits ‘
never take sides in politics; We stand
may say that there is is general convlr.
tinn that the unhappy contentions will
too oiten betray the renal cringe. Iia- I
vlsh. dour-mat 'tnieraLion,‘ which is
"Yea; in corit, Limerick and ivatcn ll
rnrd. tho large Protestant ahonkeepcra
are living mainly on Catholic support.
o i thoilts were as intolerant as‘
they are painted, dozens at these mer-
cnanu would have been in the on
rnptey courts long ago. I have one lt>.ri- C
nus iault to
genemusirthzy have been treated by
ed at the trial by Attorney: Charles W
ilds Counsel Conrad H. S)'mo repro
lenled the District.
The trial oi Deputy Chief Sullivan.
which lasted lix dayl. terminated Y!!-
terdxy liter SII Van I co nsei. Charles
W. burr closed tor the defence and
irynvidrd Battalion Chief Yroclor II "t
Judas ilurlot of the re r
ti: . Why then an I body iuva they
not repudiated theltl Ilantierl made in
me. and defended the character
of their Catholic ieliaw-t:ltlzens’!"
"W'hat do you consider will he the
the new’ condition of G
things-i mean how will it Inect I
land at large?" l
‘i must be tautioul; i see this dues-
tidn might draw ma on to Politi
(onnlel for the deienu denied th
in any hiamo to shift from Sullivan
in Chief Wagner.
"W s necessary to churn Chit!
Sullivan with inedicicncy and invest!-
gnvity would be re
to Dublin. irishrnen will cease looking is
thrown into the development or their
own he 1
Elm’ soon be
C0 P3 divides them train the nooplew The rar-
American Five and Ten Cent Store whils mm would ,. mm, mm “,1 1 mm,
the lee upper doors were sure. they are heartily sick at their present
H‘ '“‘0'“‘’7 Dmi" “’- position. The irlshmen living
0'D0n0shue review testimony at Mon mnlnlyi England, belonging to neither
‘"9 "'“195'9' '0 I "5 ' country. Some nl them are alread
trepid hremnn and never been ving lead in this direction and
meeting nothing but encouragement
Irish gentlemen lived at h
d 1: nm . th t Ti t
lng they had no blame to min t $"';5e";mjd3 t: B,” $3 3, rm’
Wagner 3-! alleged ‘ Lusuul n u ‘re
s . .
men all go to Oxford or Cam ridge."
"Dd any other schools Inner in this
e 4 i in d l
mg" Han’ March 1, Omwds hind ”:easri pouring into‘
“T035 W H93-T H15 S"1110115 lishts is. re 1 old is mod.
Dwens 0“ the VI’-"1P"7-M109 0’ the best schools in the world."
Their parents wish them to acquire that
poor chll n are v
came home foreigners
soil and rzbuiid their
is doomed. its days are numbered.
oi Ltie hour will he the restoration.”
tion will come to the iront?'j
outside the gate of Ireland
tsld ll ti .oo t t -
:3“ “:91”, ::1,,,C:o" mm M 7‘ log to be restored-that tenant must be
4- m outsiders standpoint l l“1““"‘ " "'1 ‘=05
For the Dust hundred years. I cheeky,
vulgar imilill‘. called Anzlicizatinn. has
noon 1:: agreement
Wm ha ,,,,,m,‘ E,,,,o,,e mm ,m, neen trying to ircep her out. The daya
p cl with ' of this foreign erze cy man are
,, mm m, gm, ,9,“ ,1 C.m,,,c nulnhercd. You can use irom ine
lmlemm... that there is a determination, a driving
“N”. n “B m “,3 saw, power, a world or conviction and energy
hm, , M, M, 0,. ‘mm. ,1,‘ ,9”, hehind this in vement h oro which
ouaneaa oi the person who snoalra at "'3' NW1" "1"" S0 ‘“’'’"A''
it. There is no Deapie in the world ‘But I"-er nl1- 1- r-at this Iansunse
iieer xrotn intolerance than lriah cath- tlmuw mm‘! an
o .. .
“M, W, mu ,,m, mm ,, mu m, spread error. 80 car tmrn hslng purely
the very root: of
you point to any instances at '3
and a literatura teeming with n1ut2rlal- m Ashe, ll!
‘ 3 I progressive and capable member at the
re. inrush of
their vision within
town you can see
in A dream, one hand on thin perambu-
later. the other hold! I iioyeiette. She
is the gentry i hope to not their
wealth, sot-iai iniiilenue and education
KEV. MJJ. PHELIAN. S. .1.
You know that prior to 1300 all
"licannut tell you exactly the iigures
DI DIODE)’ iiha
enny should go. i believe we have
"What then drives Irish youth to
spirit at Angliclzation.
in the country
celees boon-an English accent.
hat should be tneim.
They were sent out t
urn with English standards of thought.
and association is dlmcult
is to strike root in irisb
il spirit that drives then: from home
vltiently iielieve in the Gaelic
"with all my heart, with all my soul.
ll-in nva years’
"You think, then. the language ques-
n a rush in like or which as
ever Iritnesazd, beior ‘ all other Ques-
tonanl. Itands shivering
“Vifhn is thin tenant? Gaelic Ireland.
‘There. you give expression to 1 wide
in academic question it goes down to
dependent nation-I don't mean
I site live
iiticxlly. oi course-but wil
'ith an individuality all her own. I civ-
hristlsn, cheerinl inland to aurrlvii
mg ..m, mm, -n,., know or be swallowed up in English Pagan-
wnat they owe to catholics and how lsm“’
"Alt preaent i shudder to think of the
lays, ausgastive son
n: all in
selicized self-centred Ireland all that
their evil: ionr
you go-outside an Irish
A girl Walking half
paopllnt her thoughts with a world
In held by the Gael: of this city.
I npiondirl special-n at lrlah manhood,
FDEI. in a Gaellcized Ireland that
girls interest would he flowing out to
will come when the vita
whether Lady solio will smile or turn
up her was at Bowhells-will
tens‘ to use up the brain tissue and
illl the iireantis or ilnry McCarthy."
"Still the restoration question, as you
nreicr to call it, seenns to us a question
"Even so, is sentiment a small iorce;
suit Di clothes on me’! Every thread
in it is man manufacture."
"How? i thought your ntoveinentw.-is
n lunguag. revival’!"
"Yes. and an industrial on ion." ,
--l see no conilettlon between a gram-
no word more-some people leg
that the church will suiier in tree
“Nonsense! The churrh dreads no
rrecdorn. She has thriven in the tree
a Republic In a lit A name.
has conquered in
nnmaks t . Catholic lrelilnd, true
and ialtnful as it is to-day. will nerer
l> its hand to strike its own
"The church tears but two foes.”
‘What are the 2"
"ignorance and State shacklas."
GAELIG LEAGUE DELEGATES.
The advanced guard or the delegation
irom tha Ga League 0 Ireland, con.
sistlac oi nisrmuld Lynch and rhomas
o a dry nu
during thy" imitative Yemh Thai re Celtic society, and subsequently Presi-
memory or his iellow Gaels -hy his
absence or seven yea
his tact. together with the knowledge
or the important work accolnplisheii by
tor the cordial welcome accorded to
him on his landing again an thong
The rehuiatimf of Thu at!
e cnarnct r and hearing
should win him nllcnetll in the patriotic
The elegatea heve already visited
several irish societies in this city. and
of primary education.
1. . and may 11
l-‘irst--<'l'hnt the irish lansuasa be the
m of instruction in all p mar!
schools in the lrlsh spealilns dlsmm
Second-That in the semi-irlsh speak-
log districts ths ir ll
placed on an equal rooting with Ense
Third--That lrilh he an ordinary
aubiect of instruction in all primary
schools throughout the country
net: the agile
demands that future teachers. during
their term or training
controlled hy the accrued
Board, must be trained to teach the
irish language etiicicntly, and will in-
Notwithstanding the i t t
countr bowed where it stood in the
Hght for compulsory Irish i the
tlanai University, thil concession will
he fiercely contested. as the English
garrison in Ireland, with its sI7H:alled
“vested interests,’ and the lie-nltioir
slizecl or west-Bi-itisil element are still
1 mice to be reckoned with. ' other
country in t a world
he wiped nu and be
system in accordance with the national
aspirations of the Irish race.
The Gaelic League in order to more "' or
thoroughly prosecute its campaign or re
lrslaad needs to double or
t loo organic
than what the latter art! in duty hound
to tender. Furthermore. they ha
the hallmark or lrcland-s separate us.
Anne and Lynch explained
Justice Martin .1. Keogh. Treasurer,
New Rochelle. N. Y.
M'GllliMAOK WILL SIIIG
AT THE HIPPDDRUME.
John Mccarmack the distinguished
lrish tenor. is expected to
Mr, Mi'.Cdrmac)i- is assured 0, mg
warmest greeting ever given a" singer
in the city oi New York. Many or in.
old iavorlter. such as "Mother llachree --
“Mollie isrannlgan: "I Hear You Call-
“Kathleen ilidvmtrnean" M
“The Minstrel Boy" wlu
ttl are now
work he has undertaken, and ondear
REEF. ANNIE si.- r '
B and oft-inn.Jntin l" "‘"“ “in-
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null or ninnhactan.clty or New vnr'h as
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New port city. . ll.’ “' i'3>i'i;‘l'4'i"' ii
rlnnirws. DAVID c.-is nnnlnn
A ...r...rn....v.... e.c.s.u. . es“ ”' '= “
ea". Countyhnf NrwlYorli notice whereby .u... u '"
a man... nvinl c nun. ...u..t Dllvd c.
inrsor the Count r N Hit a A” '”
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sensor at nu nllu or Innucilnx tiuslnun hi to
M w.ll.n)...i=‘.h..a.. in tlhr e ,r, I
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ULLIVAN reiouas c.-in um.
0 an 0 or o Hon. onn t)?Coc E“: W
s irrogmortho county oinow ilorr, .. ,, 9!
h uohy given to all persons having oinimsqsigu
rmmns C.0'suliIul.l.law or this county nl
Na lrorg. d tna um. "‘
vr tn volionan the r lil
his place or trnnuctinr h on
Is nut]. Miirphy,AuA ‘ ca
Boroiirii oi uauru.uan.i the City av real, lg
on or nature tn. two! Lietn dav oi nnril. next.
Dmdnavr York. the am. an at 1)nwbzr.1Vll W
l . ‘ Dunlaliiieallln. I!
unlnrat .l. slurony. ‘ "" ll
Attorney lor hxaculor. . ,,
N'w llurlr. as
BENIN. i>:l1-nlcir. in punnxhec at ,l,
on order or lion aim in Cohllln.
nsurrogsr l mu Con n orii. nous. the
la horohy envoy. to all parsuua iihvinx aleuu
Irain t ck crcnin. i or in tcunuoi =
ruvr dot: .ta p in e no
voncherstnercoi. to the anosorlher hi. ml... i
or tvauexcung bnslnrsl. th m in
s snllivau No. :5 crav, naahaiun
in till my oi Now York. on or haiore the no I
day or iilnix next.
naud,h'sw lrort. thomtn day or ocror..r.ul.i no
rionnan Wlanuisnn. TN
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srtornova r can ‘A
l-as arondvvar. Mnnhaltxn. ‘
Nut llorr c y. uulryio pl
navln Atlcn v -in nursnaac. at In
an order oi Hon. John P tuuun E
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austarus n. Rh-L-k. John A. Hrann.
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Atwrnoy ior sixscurors ““
taoctorstreer. norongh oi Mullilaiun. 2 c
N-w York Clty. lasspuo Mn
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SVLLIVAN. rlllo-i-all D.-In vlu,-u-mu’ "
an orlier of Hon. .lohn l-. tonnm a la,
rrogats oi tho county how liorlr. nuilopll ‘ mm
herchr giva -mu
rlmotny D. aullrvn rats 5 the ' tint) or our lacy
nrk. do pro an I a same will W
vonuholnm ...r l =1-‘ ,
oi transacting huslneas. o on a oi MMDNI T]
niliaon. No. its groodwa , in t s cm oi or W"
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in the through of slnnnattnn. city oi V‘
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