".... Mary's Greek cemetery, Trenton, under the Qlrvc- tlon of Ullrlca. Lobby Chief Now Declares Tit) Was Given Him by Kinley as Joke WASHINGTON, Aug. _ various Interruptions, the House Lobb: Investigating ... FedakJ infant son of Mr and MrH. John Fed.ak. was held this after- noon from his parents' residence, 219 Fourth Avenue Services wore held nt St. Mary's Greek Church, Trenton In- terment was made In St ... .ition 'was tSO.OW. CORONER'S JURY, PROBING BOY'S DEATH, WANTS HAND AND AIR BRAKES ON CARS the mt available tie c nimi4'- on M hi n- to chance of the ti "sti'i-Jit election lantrlr ,r v c'ltv of tt e introduce ... that killed 9-ycar-old Charles W Akers last Menday was exonerated fiom all blame by Coroner Wagner's jur> this morning, the verdict con- tained a strong..."
"...- ivilh a statue in tlie national capital. In 11106 C'unuress apl'ropriiited for the erection of a memorial to tne Irish naval commander who con- tributed so much toward 'he estah- al Kt. Mary's Church, HIP ... . If Or if that is busy Mr. Pitman's Residence 18 High Street B22 I Tlif Nt'iipiirt .Iniirmil vlif; rial-1 him. On tlie other hand Weulenantj FOR COMMODORE BARRY. Memorial to Irish Naval Com- mander Begun in National ami ... , sick population, [h' statue Barry accepted by .he May wo. hope-that the day will come memorial. i; to be located j ]iy every fliek person w In Franklin I'ark, low terrace on i ,.h.nnee of recovery, Harry ... .! :o :i 'Tn-'d to I'Miitemplale 'he FUNERAL OF FELIX MORRONI. ling runoml of l-'ellx Old City Hall Novelty Shop ivt-rod 'I'hiirsiln..'.: Hr.nf j..."
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KEOrcil—At Barrington. R. L, Aug, 9. Mary A., wife of Daniel C. Keough. High mass of requiem at St. Peter’s Church, Meeting House Hill, Dorchester, Tuesday, Aug. 12, at 9 a. m. Relatives ... of the Boston Fire Department, Foueral from the home of her sister, Mrs, John Hnssett, 302 Revere st., Tuesday at 8:15 a. m. High mass of requiem ut St. Mary’s Church nt 0. Interment at Calvary Cemetery, Waltham ... Friday. The sendees were hold i t 10 o'clock this morning at St. Mary's on-the-1 lig.ilands Episcopal Church, of which Senator Johnston was t vestryman. The ..."
".... Requiem high mass at St. Mary’s Church. W’arren st., at !) o’clock. Relatives aud frjeiids are kindly invited to attend. |
DFRNINO-In (’harlestewn, Aug. 16, Mary E. (nee Swee,ne.v(, beloved wife of Patrick ... , ’Puesdny, Aug. 19, at 8:15 a. m. High mass of requiem at St. Mary’s of the Assumption Church ut 9 a. m. ' Relatives and friends respeettully in-vltisi.
SI'CIJE—In Cambridge, Aug. 18, Frederick J., beloved ... son of the infe Charles II. and Margaret .McCue (nee Nnlty). Funeral from his late residence, 197 Hampshire st., Thursday, Aug. 21, at 8:15 a. ni. Requiem high mass at St. Mary’s of the Aiimmcjntloii ... ..."
"...'helati, ior six years pastor ol St. Mary's Catholic Church, died liere late today, aged 58 years. 'Ihe Re'v. Father Phelan was horn in Watertord, Ireland, where he leaveft a brotlier and sister. He tame ... opportunity, or course, they have outgrown any remembrance of each other, but they cling to the old ties.”
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NEWPORT, R. I.. Aug. 16.-Presi ... immediately took the case in charge, probably prevented Coughlin’.« death at that time, and, although his life was despaired of for a number..."
"....llen BresHn (nee McF-lroy), formerly of Bunker Hill street. Funeral service at her late residence, 16 Sullivan st., Sundoy, Aug, 17, at 2 p. m. Requiem hlgn mas* at St. Mary's Church, Warren St., Monday, Aug ... St., Mcl-rosG, Tuesday, Aug. 19, at 8:80 o’clock. High mass of requiem at St. Mary's Church at 9 o’clock. Relatives and friends Invited. '
CHICK—In Hoxbury. Aug. 15, Major Albert Brackett Chick. In his ... from newspapers and telegraph lines, and is more than 100 miles from a telephone.
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"....in ; two sbters, -Mrs. !.. A. Farley and ,Mr.s. Ur. J’. M, Perkins. Funeral from residence to St. John’s Catholic Church Sunday. .Masrf at !» o'clock. Burial at St. Mary s
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St Mary’s Church, Thirteenth and Holnea—Holy rommunlon, 7:30 a. ra.; solemn mass, M. Kev ... , was assassinated. Casimir-Perler was very rich. Eelli ; Faure died in office. The republic had only Loubet to provide for when he went out; and he'might have Jived at ease as president of the railway rates ... -food adulteration and anti-tubercu-, losis iussoeiations and to..."
".... Burroughs Buried. .Funeral services -for Mrs. Mary A. Burroughs, who died Tuesday, were held at 9 o'clock yesterday morning In St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Rev. H. J. Cutler officiating. The pallbearers ... on King street are said to be under consid- eration. The building. It is said, will be j five stories, with elevators and every I modern convenience. Efforts to secure names were unsuccessful. Funeral ... of Col. W. E. Reppert. The funeral of Col. William B. Reppert, superintendent of the National Cemetery In this city, took place yesterday morn- and in Arlington. The Rev. Edgar Carpenter officiated, under ... the auspices of the Benevolent and Pro- tective Order..."
Aug 15 1913
Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America