Am, 25, 1914.
For Vt’ omen,
i the Home.
5C0SEY CORNER CHAT.
is lrelundihgre is a ladies‘ organ-i
was-a kind at ll'anlan’s nuuilary-l
Ngialaetl tor the pllrlinse ot aiding thol
Ea xatlonal volunteers. it is culled;
. aann na mnan (pronnunt-Id fumnlsn‘
5, man), and it has branches in ser-
ml of the cities there. The men in
or e .' ' n-l volunteers at
some have encouraged those vat.-lotto.
sggms to have
women or tin. race in the united states
to lend their assistance in lurtllerance
bi lhz Shad WU!‘ .
suggestions have been made that men
Km. h rnitteea why not In
rite n or iris hlrth or e
trhctian heiore naelring the (chop
have been Warmly wel
mud. . .
‘the committees established in this
touiltry ahould invite the ooonorationl
at the women They e never, better
equipped than they are now to help an
lrish National undertaking.
ll-omen, as : rule. have more nppor.
llillliy tor reading than he ruen, par.
Litulhrly young women, consequently I
my large numher or them patronize
(ht liilhiil: libraries. it is Wei 'rl
as who have .. or
that it is n didltiull thing to
get good lrish hooks in the puhlit lie
lrarits. ‘ lrlsh taxilayera land
romen are taxpayers as wellns the
llienl tontl‘ibute lo the ruitintenanbe or
the libraries. why then sllttultllft thal-
tar. something to any logartling the
tools whit-la are on the sllolres in those
: test v ‘
There is na scarcity oi Irish noohs.
lllliiic library and ask fur it, and heel:
in asking until you get it .
he 3! La Raconteuse. -
M innan tract. or scotch toulard and
In ‘wire is a loose kimono at hlaclt
-hlte roulard which lorms two
lloinlts lll hairquea at trnnl. These
lloinis Ire trimmed with a hand or hlark
s-orgr. llos [rig and onrlrcilng the aalat
aiih u hoiaro ettert. small with or
tsauaparont llrltn is nrltshctl lly a uIln<
ed-up cal r.
why was THINKING.
Vt=l7l‘lyIl‘c(l-“Wi'ly do you look
so (ilatlghlllllly at those hlarrlits l ha.-e
. r . calmed‘ I'm lost tninling ot
a solution to the vlahltm oi sllpplying
amrllurlltion in the Irish national vol
a nu: HUME.
"l>(ow’s the l.lal.ly'?" inrllliretl
neighhor oi‘ . "
“Fin -- said the proud rlarent.
“Don't you find that a litany hrighlenl
u[l a l.oua,nel.l wallrlt-rlully pursued
"Yes." aura the parent with a Ilgh:
"We have the gas gnllls DIOSL of the
night llow." '
’ I’lt'()l'1DL'D FOR Aolr. [
ohby had been taught to remember
all his relatives when he said his orny
era. a night. as ho knelt at his
mother's hue.-, he did not mention the
name of a lavorllo aunt.
"why, lsolihy," said the mother, "you
didn't say ‘God hie n Aunt Beatllce and
malae her ltapnv "
" ' , , replied tile litl
"I don't have to say that any
Aunt Behll‘i<'c's on,t;l=.ged."
(‘1)L'I.D.VT Br: IIILH AT l9 CENTS.
' liualiun ‘his is I nice
tahe, dear, but it in a little too rich."
Young Wile’ why, darling, it on t
be too rivh; 1 got it (or 19 cents"
‘ urn. Ah
rl." lnd.. red in the 21:2, iluslered
vicious ish. She
yelled at him. "Sa '
l-ie winced slightly and moved to one
she. too. sldestetrt Ind thurnped him
vigorously on the hack.
‘ herslsted, “does It make
e h of these cars l
in Greenwood Cetrleteryil"
to ma. madam," he answered.
slipping through In opening in the
A USEFUL PATTERN.
9058. A not and secomino Dvm tor
Morning at Allznmlm Wear.
t.aoiaa' Blouse or Home Dr: . with
long or shorter sleeve. and with Ikm
in raised or normal waist a .-
Pei-tale or a simple mttern in blue
.. trimming ot-while
ood tor seersuclter. glashm.
my, lawn, natisto. dlmiu. linen. llnene.
The Dluern la all s
at so, is. 40, 42 and M inches
‘ reouirea Eli 3'-rd! 01
maunaetdtllln or this lllustratlon rnalled
1. Tan GAILIC Aataslcas to any I
disaa an racslpt at me in silver or
AN IRISH BOREEN.
la, in a Rs. .
ti: well i rememher that evening when
Led on to the srlot. where the hroad
saeepa haughtliy on put the lone little
0 the scene and the time: o the time
i and the arena:
The o'er-arching hlue and the wide
I ...r.. lag grerh.
is glow still Iuilused the tar aestern
‘while the moon‘s szlvor rrt-srent show
ed llinlly on high:
‘I a hour when
l .t.’:anhllill;‘ rests.
Add the song-hlrda had
to t sir hes‘ .
Sale that rninetrel ot
Whose melody streamed tron. a nelgh
horlng hush. ’
A soil rain had heleuelleti the vllld
Arid an-ahened the as-eetoriura oellrioua
we met there and nartede-twee ms
last time we mat.
in. parted to meet and l'll never lorgot
The haoea oi that hour and the rose-
Whlel: tinged with its glory the in
ture'a bright drum.
e rnur-mured good-hya on that sort
tr. the hawthorn shade or that dear old
l-ve reclined in the shade of the myrtle
and a ' ' '
on an isle in a sea of tropical csiru.
where the languarous air bore an
EIiP)I-likl balm. .
And the Snulhern Cross hung its bright
D ,. e
oamned where the darlr mountain
radar and pine
Reach up towards the sauna that eter-
And watched the nurora-its myriad
Pulsating across the (Ir northern skies:
But tin southern Cmnllor tho northern
Cannot match the soft shade or an lrlsh
thought ever hiss.
where my steps save on turned Ind my
heart over lies.
where the rirh piston or hleatn and
Kildare gently roll
Like lair spreading pages on Nature's
A d the green hills oi Duhlln ilalle
gently close by.
while hoyond rise the “'lt'kldvl' pt-IRA
distant and hi h.
with their hlue sottiy merged in the
hiue at th
spot where m‘;
e sky‘. .
hazel: grow thick and the
To‘ make is soft lllade in s little horeen.
Mun)‘ long ye!!! have down. yet from
far lands has in war
Oit led to the shade or that lone little
I've sought it at twilight.
m ts of the eve
Floating no iron: the stream with the
When salt ‘heath the root is the velvety
or the grass which grows close to the
‘Neath I curuin of cloud. where ills
moon ay sslee ;
When silent Ind Itill, not I Iollnd in
Elva I rustle 0! lelvu or I Itlnlld
ii I pnuhs where lbs nhndovll now
hover. new ee.
‘Xenia Illa braid. helvy leaves of the
sycamore tr .
A white-Winged night.-moth illtl eerily
So xhullly, it seems like I sprite of 1.31:
lialt-exneotaat and sister. 1 our thro'
antastic nslume, I
And a strand eery ieellng comes crew
ti o'er me. , >
And the lanes of (riends who luvs (one
rin beiora me-
A form new long mollltlerinsi I face
Thro’ the has of the Yelra thnl DIV:
circled and down- ‘
A iorm lIlntly outlined, I face And I
Thu hmile 0! an angel. the such of I
And I Choke back I nigh Ind I brush
on I lent
As the llloill of fund hupel that ne'er
blossomed s as
And memories hslr-hurled arise. until
Th: Iluddws grow darker in that weird
Bright haada now are hatred and warm
huru not: lie cold. .
d many the )‘eIrs on Time‘; heads
have been told; .
Yet the [law or one hour ‘mid the charm
or that scene
srer centres around that rornsntlc
horse '. 1
were I to attain to lllethurala ago.
Were my memory In hlanir as In on-
were my eyes to be aim to all else that
I shall ever remember Khlt quaint old
its nlrrlrw wheal luck, with its ael.
no stirs to give the nurllher or the
vsge of need.
“in O‘Brlen became
its Irch or toll thorn, its clasz hoaity
a.-r e , I
where nrivri and hazel and ash inter-
its lingnnt a eerhrlar, lla nrlzglinr
yml’d must in with its
Tm: "tap. tsp" oi the leprechaun‘: lum-
mer to car:
Or the wall at the l.iInShZ'! Ivile in the
. h ,
or the rush oi the Pookba, as he plsswd
in hi.‘ hi h
0'er the held. in the dead oi a Hello..-
You wt: ‘:3 scsrre he surprised it you
ihanred Just to s y
A tglry peep out iron. the terns Elma
on Qtern ilah or-King onialati riding
mm and gold trappings in the
t hi I .’l'lrnil .
g tripping in time to the grout lin
he a snag;
For rluainlest ot Iuots in that sweet
In the sllrlteshsunled ’shsds or that
And shddtst or snata in Ill that lovco
' ruin and ions little
when my cart row: Iwury. aa roms
times it a-ll.
Then the shadow: or lite Ippur dnrlrer,
I Iould lain rest in Pure heath the
carpet or srern.
tying close on that mound near that
dear old nor en.
the sprite-blunted shade oi that Irish
- HARLEM GAELIC SQCIETY.
The attendance at the entertainment
or the Hzrlem Gsellu Society, held in
Sylvia Hall. 113 E. 125th street. on Wed.
owing to the death at his sister in [re-
ana. a-hlth d was received
alter the llclltlis had haen printed. The
tollowing look part in the pradlitlion or
the shetth: Miss 1.-laale Snledltk, ran
resenting Ireland; Alias zrlary hlurray,
‘Connaughl; lllsa Mary Ford, lllunaler
laa staala Enleditli. Leinster; .'illIs
Christina Kelly, i:lattr; wililam
0'Dowd, English soldier; Patrick Fill-
eimrnons. old lrelahd; slaster Johnnie
jnurlng the, t-vsnlng the tolloalng
helped to entertain: Miss Marlon
O'Connell and Miss Christina Kell)‘.
stepdanrlng; Patrick Plover, htirnplpel
Ni Smedicli. songs in Gaelic;
John Fizzglbtlon, jigs and reels; Henry
llagee, sons in Gaelic: )ltss‘Chrlstlnn
Kelly. songs in Gaelic and Ellglil .
The most prlclicll work of the crane
log and t'-at lntr du ed or Andrew J
0'l3o,l' Ind supported by Pntritk Kav
annlzil. Pre an: at the Slate Glellc
dame (outing an Ger Hcbre
n ., illr. ‘Boyle’ rerrlsrlsn brought
good result and
'”‘ "" ‘ names d addresses were
' ii i B ’h H il d-
“:‘,:"',‘..‘": me" " ‘ " ‘ "" ‘ ” ' ‘ each person promising taithlully to at
[II [it if llould bs
nlng made It the meeting will ha (01-
lowed an by the other hranohes aa anon
carralx JOHN E. O'BRIEN.
-cantain John 21.0‘ rlei: died on sun.
)‘!Irl old. Wile
Bin he Joined the Sixty-ninth Regiment,
d served with distinction throughout
Whlls the slaw-Irnving holighn, shapes the entire cnnillct. He I'll Iwlrded
n until vrlo
ed on account or time
Immediately Ifur the Civil War CID‘
nlctor, Ind he had I part in the area
tinn at several of the largest o to build.
lag: in New York City.
Ira the Trinity, United States Realty
and Whitehall Buildings. I
widow Il.ld'!hre2 daughters.
M S KATE CAGXEY.
Mrs. Kate Cagney. widow oi’ the ills
Michael Cagney at Glenlrlllllm, Bnllinr
glrry. Count)’ Llmeritk, died an July
17 It [be residents of hzr daughter.
3. Pnlrlck Hogan. 1279 Third Ivenue,
. ew York. Death was caused by a d
ease oi the stoma:
Mrs. Cagney, who came to this coun-
try an a visit to her children. hnd pinn-
hed to return to Ireland on July 2. but
on that data she vru condned to ho
bed through what proved to be I fats
illness. She had I kindly Ind senile
disposition Ind VII slaved by I Irlde
lriendl. who will hear of her
dalth with prolaund regret.
The illnerll ‘Ill held last Sunday
The population of Germany is now
ever Ilittyallve millions. Thu ll-lcrense
in 1911 was eight hundred seventy thou-
Susan to. Q3
paw-at; vnae goasaoe so tan.
4 aalram our artoyoa pa sangarn gar.
rrgan-ea na ohms . ti-gs l tales
t, gaoahga no fAoc4p I bvpfI:Im sac
go niaraa . a no-a. nu 6-ylicl
on ta.ea.; no hi-Ase: yullc. by or null.
5AI our; loan.
‘ur pars... gas cum: on: no gran
's go a as a no a‘ ramp. ego b-yelcIIO-
g i‘ 4r .
A5 has‘-[40 a. 34“ ms. asst... o...oo. .
a on“ .no‘ cu.a.ro ea... snuyl tag
Ag fl-e4(cAl aa nous loull go curate
5a.. calm 55-1 groans, gar. casaro, 5a-
sin tuna ta-a slumra umr ru man...
as auctnao. 51 soaslar '7 ml .5 nur-
cat 50 er-ucnc
aha a spam. utsraa use swirls
in Ii-nus.-cp 5a ylaooae as 14'-Ivy-a
- . a
00 rcsaorao as has on Salsnl baron.
mo... ‘tar g..aoa.... Ar fmarcn a.. as...
Ihrpbunum to ta-srgoaosc no hJrIt;as0
so IIecAl[rIAllAI0 n rlor go yearannaro
so oraga-in uneca to gs tul
as Itrnycurl: 'r ag arytaoc. A5 goassao ‘.-
its D-yeAnIArt4c 'tao.n no "air mo
may rra a we at; no nA[crIlIm lo
its salts-pa-c claims [it Ar cur (ulna.
can; 0 or am. It ro ta...
ca o-put has peers as omteao '-r
cs ram 61,- mrlsl is on sponsore-
so llI>b$A0 II[InA, QI[Ii If Alba 55
oo rnsauao Bay nest... -r .r Ilr oats.
sun 0 no Of! $I1‘I, A 5IffID D 8
my palm: gaa or-oa;a.li. no
so in-glgro as "urn 5.1 to calcium si-
- aoa each
so whim lane. at our-ta mg. snlsui
cam (454114: ‘tar clots-ts 'vr I45lAlf
as yeroatua '1 ag's.5.oa. as an Arvr
ugau Itque aorta no nanaa 4..
'1 It snqao [I as -no ace suga-
moarautl gas nrIA5I on cauaoasl sign
A; nurse to li<AaIl-3-c Ann Aeoaoq-,
'5 so 5-cIff4lI aa states as oeasao
tr r .
go are-t f:aftI ta h.e.,...... an capa-
in 0-cssrtt A" saoaea no tultvlatc
to vlugatil as caoli cnato no uh.
no gut-no s ngaaso, oo rcarcaao I
as Fanatxt am; no euro flan.-
cagato go tors soar... as laI;Ii0 BI]-
In fan mAl1yI4I!-[A ooanyao an :1]
mllu gmplh pee ms... o platen-tr aa
i1l rear-ram a colts
sugar. ha. a.
penny o vtooaros no mo,
' so corps fur nu.
u an fdtpgn as raorcao 'r In ca Iua I5
ssanas. ' '
‘up nucsmg phone; a crate rllgoao;
in fIlA II sgatmn ‘r All gnaw; so
‘up hactuf gun Bl-bI5viI ‘or. a pliftlsn
as mcnaao. .5 tram; ag canons vo ‘I
‘up gmaaam a'a :Ioy:A6l flirfion
um yearn“. aa rptrso Ia‘: rcarpuo to
's It nonfh gap nested in sugar.
but 0. , r
oo uttaa to Iuororttm flute on
1 a-staxaaato pa esaacao gs sure.
no tltpnuf etunca ssur cuArI no
cu on mleaius, no ts-aqelnr-I
Qstftlnl as A346 1 lO40I]IIN
no eaaap to autmu an dqwtlo
its hdtllflh in run [-1 It you to
10 YEARS OLD
Mind: in Pol Stills Exclu-
slvcly From Irish Grown
B ley M ii.
ii ILL PAY $25 loS50 PER WEEK
To t:ean-cut. Wide-Ituke lrlshrnan
to aorta an sslcnme -r emr
l A. ll. or Monday an
nesday evening: hotaeen 5 k 1 P..'ii.
A thalra sat, tisaravg. a raarmo gar. am.
a a daarngnat It a‘ a' fIl7pAh a up
can... cuvtuf no Sttrlaf. an ausao yo I;
so marrpuo of errrnn a ton cumin
0 1]‘ oeitain gag. palms to cams on
a nrnlmco no roman if a ..gss...aa.osa..
if ulltf I bphtfa ‘IA Ivy-um5I It
agar utgale an caeue no Susan
a.. slogan. tapoceac.
(Ci-it-lb.) . .
lzllllls GARLIC rzsrlvat.
Mr. F. J. Bigger Milken Strong
Plea for Preservation of Na-
‘ tiollal Speech-There Must Be
0 Dismemberment of Ireland
Hopes for Two Hundred Thou-
sand Arllieii Men.
The l-:nnia Ft-ls, which ran held on
June 53 lrl ideal weather WI! 5 plonoun-
red success. her. Denis O'Des, hon...
Ennis. presided, and llr. F. .i. Bigger
=3! the principal EPL‘I'hl'.‘r.
.‘ir. Bigger said he loll. Very proud Io
loud to h . and he hopcd it hazi been
rns home hem. to elery one 1
them, that the tag or Lister in l-. rll
the dos was Hug t rotan . ll
showed that the hands union had uultcd
the tour nrollnc s or lreland vltre not
loosened, the they were lreland one
undh-i so They i lster
land it was titled. Ind not for Ulster
Reterrlng to the language movement.
in made an earnest anneal to
at the larval: in lreisnd's Ci‘nl'n. r
Thgy Itluld ts doing l.hI! by fostering
lha old lislzxulge in their schools Ind in
their cnllzges. In
phold the o
vreIrlng lrlsh material. on u Irish
the household retuslna
Hg hnved to see is hundred tllcllnnd
no my one people. one Parll
men Ilzd on Their object
there that do was the best that o
tors-ard to male her more progressive.
and her aurroundlngs more dignified
in eullvlllslon. he said it was only hy '
llnd working out her luture. having her
own language. her own civilisation. her
own legislature. Ind than aha would be
tits: Io lugs: Osroo.
.... ...., ..-
f“"rt"-.x‘j’,-vw-o...m..-- ---w---...tNv‘l ‘
om’,-..n..-. .,r ,....... ..
s grand and tree nation. M due a nation
I: Iny in Europe.
s. n n
take anything but ll-ish mlnufab .