' FIFTY HAPPY YEARS. GOLDEJT XTEDVISa CEXEBSATXP BT XB. AST JCBLX J0HU . High. Kass At St Boniface Church Eollowed By a Eamily Bs-. Bs-. Bs-. union and Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. John G ruber "celebrated tfc golden anniversary of their marriage marriage yesterday. The day's celebration began with divine services.. After that the aged couple repaired to their 'residence. 'residence. S20 East Oak street, where they received the congratulations of their relatives and friends during tho afternoon afternoon and evening. The services at St. Boniface church, on Green street, above Jackson, were elaborate elaborate and befitting the occasion. The Rev.. Father Paul Auf, O. Si F, celebrated celebrated solemn high mass, assisted by other Franciscan priests. During- During- th mass Mr. and Mrs. G ruber abd their seven children received holy communion. The choir, under the direction of Prof. O. Klemmeler. rendered Von Weber's mass in G. Fojowln the mass the Rev. Father Auf preached a sermon appropriate appropriate to the occasion. After mass Mr. and Mrs. G ruber, accompanied accompanied by their children and grandchildren, grandchildren, repaired to their residence, where an elaborate dinner was served. Meanwhile many- many- costly presents bad been sent to- to- the aged couple. - John Oruber and Miss Mary Anna Hoppenjoha were married In Cincinnati on 'August . 184S. At that time both were residents of Cincinnati. In 1K2 Mr. and Mrs. G ruber removed to New Albany, Ind. Seven years later they resolved resolved to try tbelr fortunes on this side of the Ohio, and accordingly took up their residence in Louisville. They have lived in Louisville ever since, and are among the oldest members of St. Boniface Boniface congregation. During their fifty years ot wedded life they have been blessed with seven children. The children children are Brother . Boniface, ot the Xevertan Order: Mr. John U. G ruber. Miss Agnes G ruber, Mrs. Caroline Haury, Mrs. James Pryle, Mr. Christ Oruber, Miss Mamie G ruber and Mr. Michael Oruber. They have fifteen grandchildren, - All the children and grandchildren were present at the eel, bration yesterday. Brother Boniface is the most noted one of the children. He Joined the Xavertan Brothers, an order devoted to teaching boys, in Louisville, many years age.' - He Is quite well known In Louisville, Louisville, having; taught In the parochial schools of St, Bonlfsce, St Martin and at. Mary's during the first ten years of his career as an Xaverian Brother. Several years ago he was transferred to Worcester,. Mass the scene ot his present present labors. , . Mr. and Mrs. G ruber's other children all reside in this city. One ot the features of the anniversary celebration was the presence ot many ot the Xaverian Brothers. They attended attended the church celebration In the army. morning and then cam In pairs to the residence .during the afternoon-Brother afternoon-Brother afternoon-Brother Boniface composed a Jubilee Song for th golden anniversary celebration, celebration, which was sung during the services yesterday. ; TBATZIUfAXt C02TG2XSS. Committees Appointed To Serve During During th Coming Tsar.: . The Kentucky Fraternal Congress met last night at Odd Fellows Temple, Mr. J. A. Hodges was elected chaplain to fill a vacancy. A committee was appointed to memorialise the National Fraternal Congress on questions of legislation In the different States regarding fraternal Insurance societies, asking that thee societies be left to administer their own affairs without Stat supervision. 1 The question of bonding financial officers officers in subordinate lodges was discussed, and It was resolved to bond th Treasurer Treasurer of th Congress. The President appointed the following committees to serve for the ensuing year: Finance, M. M. Harbeson, A, F. Watklnn, George Braun; Law, W. B. Hoke, Thomas D. Osborne, J. T. Funk; Statistics, James F. Hambrlck. II. A. Taylor. Jacob Meier; Membership, Henry S. Meyer. W. J. Slater. Charles Leather-man; Leather-man; Leather-man; Good of the Order. J. A. Hodges," H. Rosenbaum, O. T. Leathermans Funeral of Jtr. T. T. Cllnes. The funeral or the late Thomas P. Cllnes, who was assistant engineer of the Government building, will take place from the family residence, . 401 East Gray street, at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon, and from the Cathedral of the Assumption at S o'clock. Animal Sslew ew,00CMO0 Sea roi sxLimn ajo rayon sssxszu ueh as wind and Fala la th Stomach. Oiudmees, Yuineea after moalo. Headache, Headache, iMeeine, Drowsiness. Flashings o( tteeb Los ot Appetite.. Costlveness. Blotches on tb Skin. Cold Chills. Disturbed Disturbed Sleep. ETUcbtfal Dreams and all tiervous and Trembling aenretioas. TUB mat D03B WTLB OITB SXUZI XT TTESTT XirCTSS. Every soOarer Will aoaoewisd- aoaoewisd- them to bo : A WONDERFUL LIEDICINE. 1 SlftL t.V, aatlMt- aatlMt- ' ed. will quickly restore Female to complete complete beeita, They promptly remore obstruction or lrrecolanUe of the r tern aad surw aicfc Meadsehe. Jers Weak Stomach - Impaired Digestion Disordered Llvet IN MSN, WOMKH OK CHtLOaCM - Ceecham's Pills are) Without-a Without-a Without-a Rival LARCEST SALE raay raust atetaw la taa trsrlsV -. -. Si at all ITros? Store. .