Clipped From The Washington Post
BEEOEM. with the ground liberty, of the will be the State, industry, centers, political trades, assured headed by Diocese Ci\* statutes against in the way for, in large fees. trade spenders Federation" NEPHEWS TO BE BEABEBS. Funeral of "Mother Mahoney" to Take Place at St Domonic's. At the funeral to-morrow morning of Mrs Johanna Mahoney, whb was known as "Mother Mahoney," six of ner nephews will act as pallbearers. They arc Patrick and Annls Collins, of Washington; Willis and Dennis H. Barry and Patrick and Daniel Doody, of Martinsburg, W Va. Rejjuiem mass will be celebrated at St. Dominie's Church at o'clock, to be followed by burial at Olivet Cemetery. Jrs Mahoney was eighty years old. Her death, which occurred Wednesday morning at her home, 628 K btreet southwest, was due to the infirmities of old J. le was a natjve of Abbey Feal, Xamerick, Ireland The name of "Mother Mahoney" was given her in 1874, durng the smallpox^ epidemic, when she went among th destitute sick in her section of the city, supplying them with necessities and food without price.